Palace to make Zaha demand to Man Utd over Wan-Bissaka transfer
Manchester United are closing in on a deal for right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka but Crystal Palace want the Old Trafford outfit to remove the sell-on clause on the Wilfried Zaha deal, according to Daily Express.
Both clubs have been in talks in the last couple of days after the Eagles turned down United's £40million bid for the DR Congolese descent player, who has been identified as Ole Gunnar Solskjær's primary target.
As part of the deal in releasing Wan-Bissaka, Crystal Palace will demand the removal of the sell-on clause that the Red Devils still have on Zaha which will give them the opportunity to cash in on the Ivorian star when he leaves Selhurst Park.
Arsenal to offer Aubameyang new contract
Arsenal are planning to offer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang an improved contract in an attempt to ward off interest from China.
The Mirror reported that the Gunners will offer the Gabon international and his strike partner Alexandre Lacazette new deals worth over £200k-a-week to keep them at the Emirates Stadium.
Ziyech wants Arsenal move
Ziyech is expected to leave the Johan Cryuff Arena this summer and the Mirror has claimed that the Dutch giants are demanding just over £30m for the winger.
Ndidi responds to Manchester United links
Wilfred Ndidi has admitted he is “flattered” to be linked with a big-money move away from the King Power Stadium.
Premier League heavyweights including Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all credited with an interest in the 22-year-old.
Sheffield Wednesday close in on Odubajo
Odubajo spent the entire 2018-19 campaign at Griffin Park where he played 35 games across all competitions.
The move is expected to reunite the Nigerian defender with his former Hull City boss, Steve Bruce at the Hillsborough Stadium.
Al Ahly want to extend Sobhi's stay
Egyptian Premier League giants Al Ahly have started negotiations with Huddersfield Town over the extension of Ramadan Sobhi’s loan at the club.
Al Ahly director of football Sayed Abdel-Hafiz disclosed that the Red Devils have submitted an official bid for the 22-year-old as they aim to keep him in Egypt.
“We have submitted an offer to sign Ramadan Sobhi from Huddersfield Town, but the English side is asking for too much to let him go,” Abdel-Hafiz was quoted as saying by KingFut.
“Of course we want Ramadan to stay and the player shares the same desire as well.”