Man City to sign Riyad Mahrez, as Man Utd close £86m Pogba deal

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba

Manchester United are closing in on Juventus’ France midfielder Paul Pogba, 23, and have submitted a bid of £86m. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City will move for Leicester City and Algeria forward Riyad Mahrez, 25, if they fail to sign Schalke’s Germany winger Leroy Sane, 20. (France Football – in French)

Atletico Madrid may turn their attention to Liverpool’s Belgium striker Divock Origi, 21, if they fail to sign Spain international Diego Costa, 27, from Chelsea. (Bleacher Report)

Barcelona are willing to sell £20m-rated Turkey midfielder Arda Turan, 29, with Chelsea and Arsenal are both said to be interested in the Turkey international.(Sport, via Talksport)

Stoke boss Mark Hughes has confirmed the club have submitted bids for West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 22, but they are yet to hear back from their Premier League rivals.(Sky Sports)

The Potters are also keen on striker Jose Angulo, 21. He plays for Independiente del Valle in his native Ecuador.(Guardian)

Manchester City and Manchester United both want 17-year-old West Ham defender Reece Oxford, who is valued at £15m by his club.(Sky Sports)

Crystal Palace are interested in the Hammers’ £15m-rated Senegal striker Diafra Sakho, 26. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are considering a £25m bid for Monaco’s Brazilian full-back Fabinho, 22.(Daily Mail)

Manchester City are close to bringing Argentina goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli, 24, for £4m.(Guardian)

Liverpool have had talks with Newcastle over the signing of 25-year-old Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, with the Magpies wanting £27m for the players. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Newcastle may be interested in signing Liverpool’s Brazil midfielder Lucas Leiva, 29, as part of the deal taking Wijnaldum to Anfield. (Telegraph)

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is willing to let defender Tyler Blackett, 22, and strikers Will Keane, 23, and James Wilson, 20, leave Old Trafford. (Daily Telegraph)

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Source:: PM Newspaper