Check out the latest transfer news including Chelsea, Arsenal, Manncity, Rb Leipzig and Liverpool in this transfer window.
Lan Wright claimed that Van de Beek would have been a better signing for his former club.
Former Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek has been one of this summer’s biggest movers, completing a £35m move to Manchester United.
The Dutch international has already got off to a fast start, scoring on his league debut for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, but ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright has claimed Van de Beek would have been a better signing for his former club.
“Donny van de Beek, he’s someone that I wish someone more like Arsenal could have taken, “the former England international said on The Kelly & Wrighty Show.
Manchester City are pushing in to sign Dias
Manchester City are pushing in to sign Dias as their second Central defender in this transfer window after successfully signed Nathan Ake from Bournemouth in August.
It is understood Benfica value Dias at more than £50m, but the clubs are also in discussions about Nicolas Otamendi moving in the other direction.
The 23-year-old has impressed during three seasons at Benfica and was in Portugal’s 2018 World Cup squad.
Fulham are closing in on the signing of Ademola Lookman
Fulham are close to signing Ademola Lookman on loan from RB Leipzig – according to Bild .
The 22-year-old will move to Craven Cottage in a deal worth €2 million subject to a medical.
Lookman, who took in a spell at Everton earlier in his career, was restricted to just 10
Bundesliga appearances for Leipzig last season.
Arsenal may consider to sign Jorginho from Chelsea
Chelsea football rivals the Emirates Champions could look to Jorginho as their attempts to sign another midfielder before the transfer window closes.
According to Sky Sports reports, Arsenal may be priced out of moves for Thomas Partey and Houssem Aouar, but an agreement could be struck with Chelsea for the Italian international following their considerable expenditure on incomings this summer.
Jorginho was signed under Maurizio Sarri and was a trusted lieutenant of the Italian coach, but has divided opinion with his performances under Lampard
Liverpool are not selling Xherdan Shaqiri
Liverpool’s forgotten man Xherdan Shaqiri provided a timely reminder of his qualities during the midweek Carabao Cup win over Lincoln.
Shaqiri made the most of his first start since December, curling in the Reds’ opener during Thursday’s 7-2 victory which set up a fourth-round clash against Arsenal.
The Swiss international had looked to be on his way out of Anfield this summer after making just three starts last season.
But despite their wealth of attacking options, the Reds have no plans to sell Shaqiri, according to reports.