Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip

TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Arsenal, Tottenham, Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea updates and more from Express Sport as the summer window rapidly approaches.


Posted Monday, May 13, 2019 by Express.co.uk

Transfer news LIVE: Sunday May 12

· Arsenal and Tottenham have battled it out for a Barcelona misfit - now there's a winner

· Man Utd will be offered the chance to offload one of their struggling stars this summer

· Liverpool have been told by Reds legend Steve Nicol who to target to bolster their squad

· Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri might have no choice about keeping a key player in west London

Mohamed Salah to stay at Liverpool

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has hinted he will stay at the club, despite seeing Manchester City win the Premier League title.

However, Salah has now hinted he will stay at Liverpool by vowing to fight for the title again next season.

"We only lost one game all season," the Egypt international said.

"We gave everything. We got 97 points.

"We will fight next season for the title."

Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip
Transfer news LIVE: Mohamed Salah wants to stay at Liverpool next season

Fekir transfer latest

Liverpool look set to miss out on Nabil Fekir this summer, with Lyon set to retain their star man if they qualify for the Champions League.

Fekir was nearly a Liverpool last summer only to see the move fall through at the 11th hour.

There has been talk that the Reds could go back in for him this summer but with Lyon close to sealing a Champions League spot that is becoming less likely.

"If we qualify for the Champions League this season, we will only sell one player this summer," Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas.

Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip
Transfer news live: Nabil Fekir's move to Liverpool could be off again

Ozil wants to stay

Mesut Ozil wants to stay at Arsenal regardless of his playing situation.

Ozil has struggled for games under Unai Emery and there have been claims the club want him out to save money on wages.

However the Mirror claim he is ready to stay and run down his £350,000 a week wages.

There are few clubs who could afford him on his current deal so he would need to take a cut if he does move.

Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip
Transfer news: Mesut Ozil wants to stay put at Arsenal

Eriksen to Real Madrid update

Tottenham star Christian Eriksen is keen to quit the Premier League for La Liga and join Real Madrid, reports in Spain claim.

Eriksen is on Zinedine Zidane's transfer wish list with Luka Modric potentially on his way out of the Bernabeu.

Tottenham would be extremely reluctant to do business for the playmaker unless they receive a monumental offer.

Spanish newspaper Marca reckon Eriksen, though, has his heart set on quitting north London for Madrid.

Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip
Transfer news LIVE: Tottenham star Christian Eriksen wants to play for Real Madrid one day

Chelsea exit EXCLUSIVE

Chelsea could be forced to wave goodbye to Olivier Giroud with Nice targeting the soon-to-be out-of-contract striker.

Express Sport understands Patrick Vieira is eager to lure his fellow former Arsenal ace to the south of France.

And that will come as a blow to Maurizio Sarri, who has seen Giroud score an impressive 10 Europa League goals this season.

Sarri had expected the 32-year-old to sign a new deal, but the chance to return to his homeland could prove too enticing.

Transfer news LIVE: Salah drops big Liverpool hint, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea gossip
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