Chelsea join race to sign Victor Boniface as Man United in for Braithwaite

Chelsea join race to sign Victor Boniface as Man United in for Braithwaite

 Manchester United and Arsenal have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Espanyol star Martin Braithwaite late in this winter window, as per the transfer journalist Graeme Bailey. Several names have been linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks, but writing on HITC, Bailey has reported that Man Utd have been handed the opportunity to sign Braithwaite in this transfer window. He has a release clause of around £5m, so, the Red Devils can manage to secure his signature for a bargain deal if they formalise their interest over the coming days.

Chelsea join race to sign Boniface

Reports suggest that Chelsea has entered the competition to secure the services of Bayer Leverkusen striker Victor Boniface. Football Insider indicates that Chelsea is the most recent club to express interest in the striker, although a January acquisition is not in the plans. Leverkusen is reportedly uninterested in parting ways with Boniface in January, but they might consider a summer transfer if an appropriate offer is made. Chelsea, with ongoing speculation regarding the future of Armando Broja, has been rumored to be in the market for a new center-forward.

Martinez looking for a fresh challenge away from Serie A


Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martínez is reportedly open to a move to LaLiga, as reported by Mundo Deportivo. While the Nerazzurri are actively working on extending the 26-year-old's contract, talks have hit a standstill with negotiations described as "far apart" from reaching an agreement. Previously linked with Atletico Madrid, Martínez is set to enter the final two years of his contract at the San Siro this summer. Despite his commitment to Inter, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of leaving if an enticing opportunity arises from a top club.

Phillips completes medical

Sky Sports have reported that Kalvin Phillips has completed his medical ahead of a loan move to West Ham. The Man City star has spent the majority of his Etihad career sat on the bench and he wants more minutes to bolster his chances of making England's Euro 2024 squad this summer.

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