Transfer Clock: United want £50m duo, Arsenal signing decided? Everton want Barca winger

Alexis Sanchez Chile

Arsenal, Manchester United, and Everton feature.

Transfer Clock: 20 days to go under the Transfer Window opens, here are the key stories you need to know...

Shaw and Sanchez priorities for United?

Two players appear top of Manchester United's wishlist, Luke Shaw and Alexis Sanchez. report that United have agreed personal terms with Shaw at £160,000 per week, however there is the rather large matter of Southampton blocking the deal. The Saints say they will not discuss sell until they appoint a new manager.

The Guardian write that Alexis Sanchez has emerged as a priority for Louis van Gaal. The 25-year-old Barcelona attacker is also interesting Juventus, while the paper claim United could offer £20 million. Van Gaal's Holland will come up against Sanchez's Chile at the World Cup.

Carlos Vela to Arsenal decided?

Arsenal are nearing a move to sign Carlos Vela, with Real Sociedad seemingly giving up on the forward. Sociedad's president Jokin Aperribay is quoted by The Mail: "Arsenal have informed us that Vela would be with them next season." 

The Gunners possess a £3.2 million buy-back clause in the contract of the player they sold two seasons ago, which can be activated this summer. Vela has scored 34 times for Sociedad since joining permanently.

Cazorla wanted by Atletico

Arsenal's FA Cup free-kick hero Santi Cazorla is wanted back in Spain by Atletico Madrid. Marca report the La Liga champions could be willing to offer 22 million for the international. It's unlikely Arsenal would agree to sell a player who is integral to their attack however, not as he is reported to be part of the reason Arsene Wenger is reluctant to bring back Cesc Fabregas.

Everton want Barcelona winger

Alexis Sanchez is not the only Barcelona wide man linked with an exit. The Mail write that Everton are keen to sign Cristian Tello for £8 million. Tello has previously bee linked with Liverpool and Arsenal, and has one senior Spanish international cap. The Toffees are hoping to build on a positive dialogue with the La Liga giants after loaning Gerard Deulofeu from them last season.


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