Transfer Live Updates – United to bid for Maguire, Chelsea target Martial & more

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Transfer Live Updates – United to bid for Maguire, Chelsea target Martial & more

Chelsea are interested in signing Manchester United forward Anthony Martial, after the Frenchman’s agent reveals that he wants to leave Old Trafford. (Source: Talksport)

Simon Mignolet has emerged as a shock target for Barcelona to replace Jasper Cillissen as the Blaugrana’s number two. (Source: The Kop Times)

Simon Mignolet

Liverpool are set to hold talks with Turkish club Besiktas, for a possible deal of Croatian centre-back Domagoj Vida. (Source: Star)

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is a target for Spanish club Atletico Madrid for a loan deal. (Source: A Stamford Bridge Too Far)

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish set to inform new owners that he wants to leave the club and play for Tottenham Hotspur from the upcoming season. (Source: Telegraph)

Jack Grealish

Manchester United are looking to activate the contract extension for Frenchman Anthony Martial, which could keep him at the club till 2020. Spurs were reportedly targeting the player after his agent stated that he wanted to play elsewhere. (Source: To The Lane and Back)

Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez is unlikely to resume contract talks with the club until after the transfer window shuts. (Source: Chronicle)

Manchester United are reportedly looking to bid £65m for England and Leicester City centre-back Harry Maguire. (Source: We All Follow United)

Harry Maguire

Sheffield United have placed a bid of £5m for Ipswich striker Martyn Waghorn. (Source: Sheffield Star)

Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko has no idea what the future holds for him in Manchester, amidst links with Wolves. (Source: Manchester Evening News)

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