Published: Fri, August 09, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Arsenal fans call for Nelson to replace Everton target Iwobi

Arsenal fans call for Nelson to replace Everton target Iwobi

The transfer window shut for Premier League clubs on Thursday August 8.

Do you think Zaha is worth £80 million?

Should Everton improve their offer, Zaha could become the most expensive African player of all time, breaking the £72 million (R1.3 billion) record recently set by new Arsenal signing Nicolas Pepe.

Tottenham's north London rivals Arsenal were also active before the window shut, spending a reported £25 million (NZ$46 million) on Celtic's highly-rated Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney. Despite winning the domestic treble last season, City fell short in the Champions League getting knocked out in the quarter-final stage in a titanic tussle with Spurs.

And Spurs' long-running interest in England under-21 worldwide Sessegnon will be realised in a reported £25 million (S$42 million) deal that could rise to £30 million including add-ons.

The Gunners are reportedly interested in Juventus's Daniele Rugani but the Serie A giants are reluctant to let the defender leave. The attacker made 51 appearances last season, scoring 6 and making 9 assists for the club in the season.

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Tierney travelled to London on Wednesday after the payment structure of a £25million move from Celtic was finally agreed between the clubs.

Lampard can still call upon plenty of top-quality internationals such as France midfield anchor N'Golo Kante, Willian and David Luiz but Chelsea appear short on attacking star quality now that Eden Hazard has departed for Real Madrid.

Only former West Ham goalkeeper Adrián has joined the club's first-team this summer, although Liverpool have also bolstered their youth ranks by signing Fulham's Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg from PEC Zwolle.

This summer we've seen some absolutely massive deals go through over in England already, which is pretty common, given that it's the biggest and best league in the world (although some will view that as a debatable point when compared with the likes of La Liga).

But Everton may still be able to get their number one target in Zaha if Crystal Palace accepts his transfer request and also lower his value.

Manchester United are stocked with the number of centre-backs available in the squad after the signing of Harry Maguire, and the Red Devils, do need to offload one or two to find the balance.

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