Chelsea join race to sign Napoli star player not Victor Osimhen

 Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for Liverpool and West Ham United. According to Corriere dello Sport , Liverpool and West Ham are among the latest clubs to highlight Zielinski as a possible addition. From the perspective of Liverpool, they have just spent the summer transfer window signing several different midfielders with contrasting qualities. That said, Zielinski would act as another experienced head and also provide backup on the left-hand side of the pitch if required.

Ivan Toney urged to join Chelsea

Troy Deeney has explained why Ivan Toney should snub Arsenal in favour of Chelsea. In a column for The Sun , the former Watford striker said: "My advice to him would be to join a project where you fit like a glove — and that would be Chelsea. "Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino’s biggest problem is still a need for an out-and-out striker. After £1billion of spending, where are his 20 goals coming from consistently? So, what is another £100million to them? That’s the going rate for a top player nowadays, and I reckon Brentford would accept £80m plus add-ons. "Some may argue Chelsea as a club is a circus. Why would any player, especially one who has been out for a lengthy period, want to get involved there as they hover around mid- table with no European football? But elite strikers have this different sort of mindset and arrogance. Ivan will look at that team, that situation, and think: 'Let me show you why I am the Guv’nor."

Real Madrid won't sign anyone in January

Real Madrid are likely to remain calm in January as they do have any plans of making new signing in the upcoming transfer window, according to Fichajes. The report further claims that while Los Blancos won't have new additions, they are planning to let some players leave the club.

Arsenal in talks regarding a new deal with Ben White

Arsenal are set to offer Ben White a lucrative new contract. The £50 million defender has established himself as a key first-team player since joining the club. Tying him down to a new long-term contract should prove to be a wise decision for the London club. A report from Football Insider claims that talks regarding a new deal are progressing well and an agreement could be reached in the next few months. The defender currently has a contract with Arsenal until the summer of 2026 and he earns £120,000-a-week. He is likely to receive a pay rise when he signs the new contract.

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