Sport Arena With Dotun: Monday 20/07/2015 Football Transfer Updates


Arsenal are considering a move for 29-year-old Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko. (Daily Star) 
Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria, 27, wants to join Paris St-Germain, but the Red Devils want £52m for the Argentine. (L'Equipe in French) 
United have lined up Barcelona's Spain international forward Pedro, also 27, as a possible replacement for British record signing Di Maria. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has ruled out a move for 22-year-old Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba and compared the France international to the Eiffel Tower. (Daily Telegraph) 
Mourinho is prepared to end 27-year-old winger Juan Cuadrado's unimpressive spell at Chelsea but will not take anything less than the £26.1m they paid for him in January. (London Evening Standard)
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola wants to keep 23-year-old midfielder Mario Gotze, who interests Juventus, Liverpool and Manchester United. (Daily Express) 
Turkish side Fenerbahce, who have already signed Robin van Persie and Nani from Manchester United, want Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon, 28, to be their latest buy from the Premier League. (Sun)
Arsenal have been linked with a move for £30m-rated Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but the German club have insisted the 26-year-old is not for sale. (Daily Mirror)
Aston Villa are in talks with Tottenham about signing striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 31, to replace Liverpool-bound 24-year-old Christian Benteke. (Daily Mail) 
West Brom boss Tony Pulis wants to agree a new contract with Saido Berahino once the season is under way amid speculation Tottenham are interested in the 21-year-old striker. (Birmingham Mail) 
Thiago Motta refused to partake in training yesterday as tensions continue to rise between the player and PSG. He spent Saturday evening not with squad members in Toronto, but in a nightclub in New York called Provocateur with Zlatan and others.(Le Parisien)
Benjamin Stambouli is now a PSG player after passing his medical with success and signing a five year deal. Laurent Blanc confirmed the transfer.(Le Parisien)
Pirlo, Tevez and Vidal won't be part of Juventus next year, so 'Bianconeri' decided to keep Paul Pogba also if someone (City and PSG) comes with 100 millions. The summer 2016 is another story, Barcelona is already in pole.(La Stampa)
Theo Walcott signed a £90,000-a-week contract in 2013 but feels he deserves to be on par with Arsenal's top earners, with discussions well under way.(The Guardian)
Everton have moved to make their position on John Stones clear with a written response to Chelsea's rejected £20 million bid, detailing their refusal to sell.(Daily Express)
Jose Mourinho is open to selling Juan Cuadrado, with the player struggling to settle with Chelsea, but will only entertain offers that match the €33 million spent on the winger during the January transfer window.(The Guardian)
Sergio Romero, a free agent after leaving Sampdoria, is on Manchester United’s shortlist of potential replacements for David De Gea, along with Ajax’s Jasper Cillessen, should the goalkeeper end up leaving for Real Madrid this summer.(Daily Mirror)
Edinson Cavani is 'ignoring' Manchester United speculation after PSG promised the Uruguay forward a central striking spot.(Daily Mirror)
Robin van Persie wanted to stay at Manchester United but claims the first-team fight wasn't an "honest battle".(Daily Mirror)
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed he will look to strengthen his squad with one further addition this summer, but the Portuguese ruled the reigning Premier League champions out of the race to sign Barcelona's Pedro.(Daily Mail)
Barcelona board member Jordi Mestre has revealed the club will continue their pursuit of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba if Luis Enrique gives the move the green light.(Daily Mail)
Liverpool are ready to offer Mario Gotze a reprieve from a season on the Bayern Munich bench.(The Daily Paragraph)
Jose Mourinho has ruled out signing Paul Pogba, saying having the midfielder at Chelsea would be like having the Eiffel Tower in your back garden.(The Daily Paragraph)

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