Transfer Centre latest: Arsenal 'rebuild', Willian's Chelsea future, Jadon Sancho


04 Aug

With the transfer window officially open, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Rafa Honigstein and Terry Gibson to chat about Manchester City's recruitment drive as they close in on Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres

Chelsea are also on the agenda, with the panel discussing the form of Kepa, their early business and the possible arrival of Kai Havertz

Manchester United's pursuit of Jadon Sancho is also explored by the panel, while Rafa reveals all on a host of Bundesliga players.

Plus, there's news from Arsenal, Tottenham, Leicester, West Ham, Celtic and Rangers

Conte spoke with the club’s president Steven Zhang via video conference on Monday, a call that has been described as “cordial” by Sky in Italy.

The former Chelsea manager’s future had come into question on Saturday when he was critical of the club’s leadership following their 2-0 Serie A win over Atalanta.

Conte said his team had not been recognised for their positive performances, which culminated in them finishing second behind Juventus.

Inter face Spanish side Getafe in a one-off game in Gelsenkirchen on Wednesday for a place in the Europa League quarter-finals.

The 20-year-old England youth international is highly rated by the Sky Bet League One club but has spent the last two seasons on loan with FC United of Manchester and Chorley.

“As soon as I found out Bolton Wanderers were interested, I couldn’t turn down a club of this magnitude,” Crellin told club’s website. “I want to come here, play and impress, and help this club get back to where it belongs.”

The 26-year-old and the Sky Bet League One outfit mutually agreed to cancel the centre-back's contract so he can make the move.

He follows in the footsteps of Manchester City loanee Luke Bolton in moving north of the border to become the club's third signing of the summer.

"As soon as I spoke to the gaffer, I knew I wanted to come up to the Scottish Premiership and I'm finally glad to part of Dundee United's rebuild in the Premiership," Edwards told the Dundee United's official website.

"I don't like to say I'm this or that, the fans will hopefully make that call themselves. I like everything and as footballer's we need to do all sides of the game." บอลวันนี้888

Manager Micky Mellon added: "I'm delighted to finally get Ryan in the door. We need a strong squad and I believe we need that type of player that Ryan is. He will come in and add to what we already have so pleased to have him on board."

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