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Transfer news and gossip: Chelsea ‘agree deal in principle’ for Barella and Paredes, Pochettino to Man United latest


With Chelsea losing Cesc Fabregas and still in search of a striker, the Blues feature prominently in Saturday’s gossip column…

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will not let Mauricio Pochettino join Manchester United, even if Spurs are offered £50m. (Sun)

Chelsea want to negotiate a buy-back clause if they sell Callum Hudson-Odoi to Bayern Munich. (Times)

Daniel Levy, right, does not want to lose Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham’s manager

Arjen Robben, who is leaving Bayern at the end of the season, has encouraged Hudson-Odoi to take a chance in Germany. (Mirror)

Chelsea have agreed deals in principle for Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella and Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Leandro Paredes. (Telegraph)

However, this transfer window, the priority for the Blues is signing Gonzalo Higuain on loan until the end of the season. (Sun)

Barcelona are considering making a second bid for Willian even though Maurizio Sarri ruled out a move. (Standard)


Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez says he has stayed put, despite offers to leave, as he seeks more backing from owner Mike Ashley. (Mail)

Everton manager Marco Silva would like “two or three” new signings, but will not complain if his side do not add to their squad. (Liverpool Echo)

West Ham are exploring a possible move for Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey. (Mail)

Aston Villa and Congo midfielder Aaron Tshibola is wanted by several Serie A clubs. The 26-year-old has been on loan at Kilmarnock this season. (Birmingham Mail)


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