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Arsenal could be persuaded to sell Alexis Sanchez for £70 million, but Arsene Wenger remains determined to keep the Chilean, according to the Daily Mirror.
Alexis has just one year remaining on his contract and is wanted by Manchester City, with an offer of £70m potentially being the figure which could persuade the Arsenal board to have a conversation about selling before the transfer window closes.
Chelsea are considering a surprise move for Leicester striker Jamie Vardy as a replacement for Diego Costa, claims the Daily Mirror.
Though Chelsea have already signed Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid, the Premier League champions remain in the market for another forward and are weighing up an approach for Vardy.
Kylian Mbappe wants to stay at Monaco this season and is not pushing for a move to Ligue 1 rivals Paris Saint-Germain, claims Yahoo Sports.
Monaco are reportedly keen to accept the €180 million being offered by PSG, while Manchester City have also been linked with a bid.
However, Mbappe is not the one angling for a transfer and he would prefer to stay at Monaco in the season leading up to the 2018 World Cup.
Philippe Coutinho is ready to hold talks with Liverpool after conceding defeat in his efforts to join Barcelona this summer, reports The Independent .
The Brazilian saw a transfer request rejected by Liverpool, who have turned down three bids from Barcelona for the playmaker.
With Liverpool adamant that he is not for sale, Coutinho and his representatives are now planning clear-the-air talks with the club’s key figures, with Barcelona being blamed for putting pressure on the player.
Chelsea are preparing a £91 million move for Torino forward Andrea Belotti as their search for a striker continues, according to a report from TransferMarketWeb .
Antonio Conte is determined to add another forward to his squad before the end of the window, despite having already signed Real Madrid star Alvaro Morata for £70m.
Diego Costa looks certain to leave Stamford Bridge in the coming weeks, which could see Chelsea hold only 13 senior players at the end of the window.