Transfer: Latest EPL transfer gossip between Arsenal, ManU, Man City and Chelsea

The transfer between clubs is gearing up and various reports are flying, as top clubs are in search for quality addition to give them that spark come 2020/2021 season.

Which club will make that quality signing or which will be considered the King of 2020/2021 signing. We would be considering various teams and their transfer gossip.


Arsenal will be needing additions as they need to build on their FA Cup win. Willian has been linked to Arsenal and according to reports, Arsenal must let go of Mkhitaryan who spent last season on loan at Roma and currently earns £180,000 a week. Willian earns £130,000 at Chelsea and Arsenal will be ready to match that in order to complete the transfer.

Manchester United:

Manchester United are being linked with Porto fullback Alex Tellas. Tellas has been linked with various top clubs (Barcelona, Juventus, and Chelsea). Even with the presence of Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams, the United boss still wants to strengthen the fullback position. Moreover, no one signs a player to sit on the bench, it’s now left for Shaw and Williams to prove their worth.

Manchester City:

After selling Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich, Manchester still needs to strengthen as they make Atletico Madrid attacker, Joao Felix their top transfer target. City were keen on Felix when he was with Benfica before he eventually signed for Atletico. Felix still has a contract until 2026 and is unlikely to be allowed to leave Madrid.


Even with the current form of David De Gea, it will be difficult for Dean Henderson to replace him as first choice for Manchester United. Chelsea are ready to double Henderson’s wages as Chelsea wish to bring him to the bridge. Henderson has enjoyed a successful loan season at Sheffield United, and at the age of 23, this is his time to showcase his worth.

Stay glued as more latest transfer gossip unfolds in the next hour.

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