TRANSFER GIST: Chinese League Want Rooney, Terry

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The Chinese Super League is rumoured to be interested in Premier League veterans Wayne Rooney and John Terry but hope to attract an England player in his prime, according to the Daily Mail.

It is claimed a young Premier League star is being sought after, with Tottenham duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli and Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge among the names being mentioned.

And mega-rich clubs are even willing to splash a staggering £800,000-a-week to secure the services of top talents from the Premier League.

….. In other news

Manchester City keeping tabs on Arsenal midfielder’s future
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is reportedly keen to keep tabs on the future of Jack Wilshere at Arsenal, with Arsene Wenger set to decide on the 25-year-old Bournemouth loanee’s situation in the coming months.
Source: Daily Mirror

West Brom want midfielder deal done by end of the week
West Brom want assurances over the transfer of Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin by the end of this week as they are keen to avoid the deal dragging on until late on in the transfer window.
Source: Birmingham Mail


Manchester United eager to sign £60m Tottenham pair

Manchester United are reportedly eager to make a double raid on rivals Tottenham with a £60million swoop for full-backs Kyle Walker and Danny Rose, though Spurs are likely to only sell one of the players in the summer.
Source: The Sun


West Ham eyeing shock move for Manchester City ace

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is reportedly keen to sign Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart, whose future at the club looks in doubt after his loan move to Torino this season. The England international is seen as an ideal replacement for Adrian in goal.
Source: The Sun


Chelsea want to exchange Michy Batshuayi for Fernando Llorente

Chelsea are eager to get Fernando Llorente on their books and are willing to do a loan swap for him with Blues striker Michy Batshuayi.
Source: Gianluca Di Marzio

PSG interested in moving for Javier Hernandez
Paris Saint-Germain are considering making a bid for Javier Hernandez in January. The Bayer Leverkusen striker is rated at €25 million by his club.
Source: Le Parisien


China come calling for Wayne Rooney and John Terry

Chinese Super League eye Wayne Rooney and John Terry transfers but make Liverpool and Tottenham stars their priority signings.
Source: Daily Mail

Pep Guardiola to let seven stars’ contracts expire in the summer
Pep Guardiola has told Manchester City there will be no new contracts for seven players who will see their contracts expire in the summer. Yaya Toure and fan favourites Aleksandar Kolarov Pablo Zabaleta are among the names set to leave the club.
Source: AS

Arsenal back in for Atletico Madrid striker
Arsenal are reportedly still keen to sign Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann after a failed approach last summer, with the France international possibly now more open to leaving his current club after their dip in form.
Source: The Sun


Aston Villa considering shock move for Manchester City midfielder

Aston Villa are reportedly considering a surprise move to re-sign their former star Fabian Delph from Manchester City this January, with the 27-year-old barely featuring since his controversial switch to the Etihad Stadium last season.
Source: Daily Telegraph

Alexis Sanchez has PSG offer amid Arsenal contract row
Alexis Sanchez has an offer to make the big-money move to Paris Saint-Germain as Arsenal fail to meet his demands during negotiations for a new contract, with the Gunners only offering him £180,000 per week as he holds out for closer to £250k.
Source: Don Balon

Manchester United veteran to earn new contract
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly keen for the club to hand veteran midfielder Michael Carrick a new one-year contract after his fine recent form.
Source: The Sun

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