Transfer news LIVE updates: Hector Bellerin to Man Utd; Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal latest

Transfer news LIVE updates: gossip and rumours from Europe’s top clubs

Monday 19, March

Bellerin to Man Utd claims

Arsenal could sensationally lose Hector Bellerin to Manchester United after the Red Devils took a first step towards signing the player, reports say.

Manchester United raided Arsenal in January for Alexis Sanchez, years after Arsene Wenger had expressed a desire to never sell to the Red Devils again.

And Bellerin, who has endured a problematic season with fans turning on the Spaniard, could be about to do the same.

The Manchester Evening News report United are monitoring Bellerin’s situation and could make a move for him at the end of the season.

And they claim United are in regular contact with Bellerin’s representatives in a giant first step towards a deal.

Isco wants Chelsea

Real Madrid star Isco is reportedly hot on a move to Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Juventus are all reportedly lining up offers with a move to the Premier League believed to be his preferred option.

But the Manchester clubs could lose out to Chelsea, according to Don Balon, who often make sensational transfer claims.

It is claimed that both Real Madrid and Isco like the idea of a transfer to Chelsea.

The Spanish giants reportedly hope the 25-year-old can be used to lure Eden Hazard to the Bernabeu.

Salah would cost £150m

Liverpool would demand at least £150million for Mohamed Salah, according to Sky Sports pundit Tony Cottee.

“Philippe Coutinho went for £146m and I think Liverpool would want a similar amount to even consider it,” Cottee said.

“Even then, he has only just arrived at Liverpool, has had a fantastic season, so would he want to leave at the moment?

“Liverpool are looking to build and move things and if they can beat Man City, they will fancy themselves in the Champions League.

“There’s a lot going on at the football club and I don’t think Mo Salah will want to leave but, if he did, I think they would want at least £150m for him.”

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