The transfer window is still heating up across Europe and the Premier League clubs have agreed to keep the window active for extra two weeks. This means that the transfer window will be opened in England until October 19, 2020. The clubs decided to take this decision in order to be able to do business with English Football League (EFL) clubs when their transfer window opens.
Below are other updates from the transfer market
Emiliano Martinez is not for sale
Arsenal football club said they are not planning to sell their back up goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez this summer as the keeper has impressed the manager of the club, Mikel Arteta. The 27-year-old Argentine goalkeeper had his chance when Bernd Leno, Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper, got injured in June. Since then, he has made 5 appearances in the Premier League, conceding 3 goals and has kept 3 clean sheets.
Kai Havertz Transfer update
Just when it has begun to look like German youngster Kai Havertz was heading straight to Chelsea football club, there are reports that the 21-year-old German and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder could head to Real Madrid instead. The youngster wants to move to the Premier League but he is being influenced to choose Madrid over Chelsea.
Malang Sarr transfer saga
Malang Sarr has allowed his contract with French Ligue 1 club, Nice, to expire, opening the door for Arsenal to try to acquire the signature of the 21-year-old French centre-back who is now without a club. He played for Nice 19 times in French Ligue 1 in the cancelled season and scored one goal for the club.
Marcos Rojo transfer saga
Agents of Marcos Rojo at Stellar Football Ltd. want their player to leave Manchester United this summer since he has not been enjoying game time under Ole Gunnar Solkjaer. Since this season, the 30-year-old Argentine centre-back has managed to play 10 times in all competitions.
Harvey Elliott transfer saga
Liverpool football club offered 17-year-old English right-winger Harvey Elliott his first professional contract a few days ago and compensated Fulham, the former club of the teenager with £750,000. Yet, Fulham are not pleased with the compensation. They are demanding £7 million from Liverpool. Hence, the transfer saga has been taken to the Professional Footballers’ Compensation Committee to be resolved.
Mark McKenzie’s Transfer
Celtic are interested in the signature of 21-year-old United States of America’s centre-back Mark McKenzie. The youngster’s contract with MLS’ Philadelphia Union will expire in 2022. So far this season, the youngster has played 2 times in the regular MLS season and once in the MLS is Back Tournament.
Sam Cosgrove Transfer
Sam Cosgrove is not ready to leave Aberdeen football club for Guingamp football club for just £2 million. The 23-year-old England centre-forward has reportedly frustrated the move. This season, the striker has played 37 times for Aberdeen, scoring 23 goals and has made 2 assists.
David Alaba’s Transfer
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is interested in bringing 28-year-old Austria left-back David Alaba to the Premier League. The Bayern Munich star has reportedly said he would want to have a taste of English football soon.
Eric Dier asking price
Eric Dier has reportedly told Tottenham Hotspur that he would not sign a new contract with the club if they are not ready to at least double his weekly wages of £60,000. The current contract of the 26-year-old England defender will expire in June 2021.