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Football Headlines: EPL Club Favourites To Sign Nigerian Striker, Arsenal Agree £50m Fee For Defender

EPL Club Favourites To Sign Nigerian Striker

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England Premier League club West Ham United remain the favourites to sign Nigeria forward Paul Onuachu from KRC Genk this summer.

According to a report from Voetbal Primeur, Genk wants to secure a new club record transfer fee for the striker.

West Ham United have opened talks but no agreement has been reached yet. Onuachu has returned to pre-season training with Genk in the meantime.

Arsenal Agree £50m Fee For Defender 

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According to the Sun, Arsenal have agreed to a £50m Ben White transfer after seeing off late interest from Chelsea for Brighton’s England defender.

He is set to sign a five-year deal with the North Londoners. His medical will not take place until he is back from holiday following his exertions at Euro 2020.

It will make the 23-year-old one of the most expensive English defenders of all time. Personal terms have also been agreed upon for Brighton defender.

Juventus Bid For Locatelli 'Rejected'

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Juventus made a €30m loan offer with an obligation to buy for Manuel Locatelli.

Sassuolo rejected the bid and are demanding €40m because they know Arsenal are also interested. The Italian would be the perfect replacement for Granit Xhaka who is close to joining Roma.

The 23-year-old played an important role in his country winning the Euros and his performances caught the eye of Europe’s top clubs including Arsenal.

Man United Have No Intention Of Selling Telles

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Manchester United have no intention to accept any offer for Alex Telles. There’s no agreement with AS Roma on a potential loan deal.

Telles signed for United from Porto last year and was brought in to provide competition for Luke Shaw but failed to secure his place in the starting eleven.

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