Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea ‘LAUNCH’ £88m bid from Enzo Fernandez, Tottenham HIJACK Everton’s Danjuma move, Bellingham LATEST

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Everton appear to have suffered another humiliation after Villarreal star Arnaut Danjuma was snatched from Tottenham’s grip, writes SunSport’s Tom Barclay.

The Toffees, who sacked Frank Lampard on Monday after eight defeats in nine games, thought they had clinched the loan deal from Danjuma.

The 25-year-old had already had a medical check-up with the Merseysiders at the weekend.

But with paperwork still to be signed, Spurs snuck in in the 11th hour to steal the winger on a straight loan.

The Netherlands international traveled to Tottenham on Tuesday for medical treatment and the deal is expected to be finalized by the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Tottenham superstar Harry Kane is “open” to signing a new contract.

Kane is about to enter the final year of his north London contract, which has raised concerns about his long-term future at his boyhood club.

Spurs’ worrying form, with them currently in serious danger of missing out on the top four, is unlikely to help their case of the forward staying.

But The Athletic report that the 29-year-old will consider a contract extension if the “circumstances are right”.

The report adds that the fate of the north Londoners for the remainder of the season could prove crucial in the England captain’s decision.

And Chelsea are set to offer Thiago Silva a new contract after a string of impressive performances.

According to The Times, the deal offered would result in 38-year-old Silva staying at Stamford Bridge beyond his 39th birthday.

The centre-back and his wife Belle are said to have settled well in London and are happy to stay.

The veteran, who represented Brazil at the 2022 World Cup, is as fit as ever – he has made 30 appearances for club and country so far this season.

The ex-Paris Saint-Germain star wants to continue playing at the highest level after his 40th birthday.

Finally, Marcelo Bielsa has chimed in on Everton’s ‘slow’ squad as he laid out his transfer demands to replace sacked manager Frank Lampard.

As SunSport recently reported, Bielsa is at the forefront and has held talks with club bosses about the job.

The Argentine tactician, who was dropped from Leeds 11 months ago after ending the club’s 16-year exile from the Premier League, is open to the idea of ​​a return to England.

However, as the Daily Mail reports, the former Argentina boss has told the club’s board that this squad is “too slow to play the way he wants”.

And if they want Bielsa to take over, they need to “priority pace before the transfer window closes” this month.

The report adds that “if no guarantees are given of a plan to address his concerns, sources say there is a chance Bielsa will exit talks with the Toffees.”

It has also been claimed that “key figures within the Everton hierarchy remain admirers of their former manager Sam Allardyce” and added that he has had “initial talks” about the job. Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea ‘LAUNCH’ £88m bid from Enzo Fernandez, Tottenham HIJACK Everton’s Danjuma move, Bellingham LATEST


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