Jose Mourinho is reportedly plotting a sensational move for Arsenal star Mesut Ozil at Manchester United this summer.
The pair worked together at Real Madrid where the Portuguese was a big admirer of the playmaker.
Now at Arsenal, Ozil’s future is in doubt with no new deal agreed ahead of his contract expiring in 2018, and Mourinho is ready to take advantage.
According to the Mirror, the United boss believes he can get the best out of the 28-year-old at Old Trafford, with Ozil having struggled this term.
An offer could tempt the German with contract negotiations at Arsenal delayed until the end of the season.
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Arsenal have reportedly decided they will offload Alexis Sanchez in the summer
Arsenal have reportedly decided they will offload Alexis Sanchez in the summer.
The Chile international has just over a year remaining on his contract at the club.
Chelsea, United, Juventus and Bayern Munich are among those linked with a move.
And according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, the Gunners have changed their stance are ready to sell since Sanchez was pictured laughing on Arsenal’s bench.
During the 5-1 defeat at home to Bayern Munich, the 28-year-old was caught on camera, and despite Arsene Wenger’s push until March supposedly for him to stay, Arsenal chiefs have made up their minds.
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Chelsea reportedly face a battle to keep N’Golo Kante from Real Madrid with the La Liga giants enquiring.
The France midfielder has been a revelation since signing from Leicester, but his form has attracted Madrid’s interest.
According to Le10 Sport’s magazine, the Bernabeu outfit have made their interest known to Chelsea.
A £51million offer may apparently be enough to convince Antonio Conte and Chelsea into debating Kante’s future.
The Blues are reluctant to let him go with their Italian boss a big fan.