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Sanchez to Inter making quick progress

Alexis Sanchez has reportedly agreed personal terms with Inter Milan, according to Italian insider Gianluca Dimarzio

The Guardian previously claimed on Thursday that that Inter were confident of agreeing a season long loan deal for the Manchester United forward. 

The situation appears to have escalated rather quickly, with the Chilean now understood to be hopeful of completing a move to the San Siro in the next few days — where he will reunite with ex-Red Devils teammate Romelu Lukaku.

In his 18-month spell at Old Trafford, Sanchez has scored just three league goals — a mark dwarfed by his impressive feat of 60 league goals in 115 Premier League appearances for Arsenal.

Patient Madrid prepare Eriksen bid

Real Madrid are expected to make a £60 million bid for Christian Eriksen before the European transfer window closes on September 2, according to The Sun

It’s thought that the Spanish giants will tactically wait until closer to the end of the window before making a bid in an effort to force Tottenham Hotspur’s hand.

Last season, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy gave the go-ahead for Moussa Dembele to leave the club rather than run down his contract and depart on a free transfer. With Eriksen only having 10 months remaining on his Tottenham deal, the North London club may be forced to take that approach again.

A week ago, Mauricio Pochettino admitted that Eriksen’s whereabouts beyond the summer transfer window remains uncertain.

Lozano’s Napoli arrival around the corner

After rumours all summer long, Calciomercato is reporting that PSV Eindhoven and Mexico winger Hirving Lozano will finalise a more than $45 million move to Napoli. Lozano, 24, is expected to undergo a medical at Napoli on Wednesday and if all goes well will sign with Carlo Ancelotti ‘s side.

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The Pachuca product known as “Chucky” has set the Eredivisie ablaze since arriving in 2017, amassing 40 goals and 23 assists in 79 games with the Dutch outfit.

At $45m, Lozano would become PSV’s record sale and also the most expensive Mexican transfer ever, surpassing Raul Jimenez‘s recent permanent move to Wolves. Lozano has scored nine goals in 35 games for El Tri and has been tipped for a move to a bigger club, with Barcelona and Chelsea previously linked.

Tap-ins

– Everton winger Yannick Bolasie has got Turkish clubs Besiktas and Trabzonspor asking after his services, The Sun reports. Toffees boss Marco Silva does not include Bolasie as part of his plans at Goodison Park, but his £10 million release clause has proved somewhat problematic, putting both Southampton and Crystal Palace off making the investment earlier this summer.

– With Philippe Coutinho on his way to Bayern Munich from Barcelona for a season-long loan, the Brazilian star’s ex-club Liverpool are set for a £18 million windfall. The German club have agreed to pay Coutinho’s £11m wages as well as the loan fee, but the Daily Mail reports that the latter amount will go to the Merseysiders.


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