Premier League transfer round-up – Man United and Arsenal already eyeing moves

Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United are already believed to be working on their January transfers, with the latter already having a mountain to climb to reach the Champions League places.

The international break has given the odd exciteable moment, but all-in-all it pretty much gives Premier League fans to boredom, and nobody would blame you for using bonus code bethard 2019 to try and lift your spirits.

With the English top flights ready to return to action this weekend, we will be eagerly looking forward to some big clashes including this season’s best and worst big sides taking on each other at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils are in DESPERATE need of a big boost after their torrid season so far, and it is no surprise that not only the manager is being talked up for replacing, while personnel could also find themselves moving down the pecking order for new recruits also.

One source claims that Max Allegri has held talks over a potential move to replace Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, with the Italian having left his role at Juventus are five consecutive scudettos last summer.

An alternative news source claims that the current manager will be heavily backed to turn things around this winter, with some big names being linked. A striker is claimed to be the number one priority, with some claiming that a deal has already been put in place for Mario Mandzukic to arrive come the New Year. Other names such as Ousmane Dembele of Barcelona and Jadon Sancho have also been linked.

Arsenal are also said to be eyeing moves in the coming window, despite sitting pretty in third spot currently, and it is Real Madrid’s Lucas Vasquez who is supposedly targeted. The winger is supposedly not in Zinedine Zidane’s long-term plans, and could well be available for a move. Could this mean the Gunners are accepting that Pepe is not going to find the form he held in France previously?

The winger is just about accepted as deserving of hi first-team place in the current Arsenal side, and youngsters Saka and Martinelli are also pushing for a place in the starting line-up. When Lacazette returns Pepe may well find himself benched for long spells and will most certainly be called a flop, but do Arsenal need another winger with Saka and Martinelli as options?

I know it is a little early for such speculation, but this is what happens when the international break comes around. Even so, you never know…

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