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Alan 12:26 Fri Feb 4
Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Tottenham Hotspur will make a move to sign Napoli striker Victor Osimhen in the summer after having an approach for the 23-year-old Nigerian knocked back by the Italian club during the January window. (Football Insider)

Arsenal are planning to spend up to £180m this summer to sign Wolves' Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves and Everton's England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, both 24, plus Real Sociedad's Sweden forward Alexander Isak, 22. (Sun)

Newcastle United will revive their interest in Lille's Sven Botman, 22, if the club avoid relegation from the Premier League after failing t

However, Botman is attracting interest from Tottenham, who are also monitoring 22-year-old Inter Milan and Italy defender Alessandro Bastoni, 22, and Croatia's Josko Gvardiol, 20, from RB Leipzig. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Leeds United are confident of tying Brazil winger Raphinha down to a new contract that would make the 25-year-old the highest-paid player at Elland Road. (Football Insider)

Roma are willing to listen to offers of 40m euros (£33.6m) for Italy forward Nicolo Zaniolo, with Juventus and Tottenham among the clubs interested in the 22-year-old. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

England and West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice, 23, continues to be linked with a return to Chelsea as he reveals his idol growing up in the Blues' academy was former captain John Terry. (football.london)

Former Arsenal and Brazil midfielder Willian, 33, walked away from the club and £20m in wages when he returned to Corinthians last summer. (Four Four Two)

France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has said his Tottenham career is "not over" after the 25-year-old returned to Lyon on loan on deadline day. (RMC Sport via Mirror)

Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, will wait until Manchester United announce the identity of their new manager before deciding if he will stay at Old Trafford. (ESPN)

West Ham will target Arsenal's France Under-21 centre-back William Saliba, 20, who is on loan with Marseille, in the summer. Saliba has also been linked with Inter Milan, AC Milan and Real Madrid. (Jeunes Footeux via Sport Witness)

Liverpool could pursue their interest in Fabio Carvalho again in the summer after almost signing the Fulham midfielder last month. However foreign clubs would have to pay much less compensation for the England youth international, 19, which has alerted Real Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, ​​Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan. (AS - in Spanish)

Brazil winger Douglas Costa, 31, has turned down an approach from Flamengo in his homeland and agreed to join MLS side LA Galaxy on a six-month loan from Juventus, followed by a permanent two-year deal. (Fabrizio Romano)

Ex-Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, 49, is yet to agree to become Mauricio Pochettino's successor as Paris St-Germain boss as he is waiting to see if Didier Deschamps will leave his role as France coach. (RMC Sport - in French)

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West Ham have made Arsenal player a ‘priority’ – Willing to pay ‘up to €30m’ to sign him

Sent to Marseille to get the minutes Mikel Arteta wasn’t ready to give him, William Saliba has been one of the shining stars under Jorge Sampaoli.

The odd bad game aside, the player has been a rock for the Ligue 1 side at the back, which has got Arsenal fans excited about him returning.

Whether Arteta is willing to use him going forward remains to be seen, but there are a number of clubs interested in signing him, including West Ham United.

That information comes from Jeunes Footeux in France, who explain that the Hammers, who certainly could do with another centre-back in their squad, have made Saliba a ‘priority’.

In fact, West Ham are so desperate to sign the Arsenal man that they could even put ‘up to €30m’ on the table for him.

We’ll have to see if they actually do, but with Marseille a bit strapped for cash right now and other clubs circling, it’s likely to cost a bit more than that.

David Moyes, though, will want to be backed after the club’s January transfer window failures, so perhaps a bit of money could be spent in the summer by the West Ham board.

However, if Arsenal want to keep him, then they will be fighting an uphill battle.

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Texas Iron 3:10 Fri Feb 4
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With Kind Regards 2:53 Fri Feb 4
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The Stoat 1:27 Fri Feb 4

The Stoat 1:27 Fri Feb 4
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ted fenton 1:13 Fri Feb 4

ted fenton 1:13 Fri Feb 4
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan.

nich the d 12:56 Fri Feb 4
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)

I assume "Marseille being crash-strapped" means that if Arsenal don't want him, Marseille can't afford to make his loan permanent.

Crassus 12:38 Fri Feb 4
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Thanks Alan

This Saliba report is bollox, aside of the fact that after his starring role in 'that' dressing room video having to question his character, what the merry fuck does Marseilles being cash strapped or otherwise got to do with it? He is on loan, from Arsenal

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