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- Manchester United have made a breakthrough in talks with Dean Henderson over a new contract
- United must make a bid to sign Jadon Sancho in the next seven days
- Chelsea are willing to sell N’Golo Kante as they press on with trying to sign Kai Havertz
- Arsenal could land a deal to sign Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho on loan
- Liverpool have completed the signing of highly-rated Polish teenager Mateusz Musialowski
Liverpool done deal
Liverpool have signed Mateusz Musialowski with the 16-year-old Pole an exciting addition to the club’s academy set-up.
Reports have suggested that teenage wonderkid Musialowski has cost Liverpool a six-figure fee from SMS Lodz.
The teenager operates mainy down the right flank and has joined on an Academy scholarship initially, with the view to signing a professional deal when he turns 17 in October.
The Poland under-17 international is highly rated back in his homeland and will hope to feature regularly for Liverpool’s under-18s.
Sancho to Man Utd pressure
Borussia Dortmund are willing to accept a fee for Jadon Sancho in instalments but Manchester United must make a bid within the next week.
Dortmund want a deal done for Sancho by August 10 if the England international is to head to Old Trafford.
And the Bundesliga club are not willing to accept anything less than £108million for the 20-year-old.
Sancho is back in pre-season training with Dortmund but the German giants do not want the saga dragging on and insist United must make a suitable offer by next Monday to get a deal done.
Chelsea could sell Kante
Chelsea are prepared to listen to offers for N’Golo Kante this summer as Frank Lampard looks to streamline his squad and close the gap on Liverpool and Manchester City.
Arsenal could sign Coutinho
Arsenal could sign Philippe Coutinho on loan if Barcelona cannot agree a deal to sell the Brazilian permanently.
The former Liverpool star has been heavily linked with a return to the Premier League.
And according to the Daily Mail, Arsenal could sign Coutinho on loan this summer.
They say the Gunners could agree the deal if Barcelona cannot find a buyer for Coutinho.
The Spanish giants want to sell Coutinho permanently, however, it remains to be seen whether top clubs around Europe are interested.
Barcelona will then look to loan out Coutinho if a permanent buyer isn’t found, which could allow the north London side to snap up the playmaker.