Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea ‘thrilled’ by Frankfurt boss Glasner, Malo Gusto FINISHES medicine, Messi next club at the latest

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Tottenham could let striker Lucas Moura go NOW rather than wait until his contract expires this summer.

A handful of Premier League clubs are interested in the Brazilian.

But they could be put off by Moura, who is hoping for a £150,000-a-week deal from a last lucrative move.

Moura, 30, was stuck in Spurs U21s on Friday and is in the shop window.

The likes of Southampton, Crystal Palace and even Everton are looking to him.

But while Tottenham will open the exit door, Moura will only use it if he gets the right deal.

West Ham are reportedly interested in signing Matteo Guendouzi from Marseille.

The former Arsenal man has blossomed into a top midfielder since returning to France in 2021.

The 23-year-old’s performances have caught the attention of the Hammers, who have joined Aston Villa in the race for his signing, according to L’Équipe, Mathieu Grégoire.

He was called up to the France national team and took part in the team’s recent World Cup race.

Guendouzi is seen as Aston Villa’s ‘priority signing’ as Unai Emery seeks to make his mark.

However, West Ham’s interest comes after the recent poor form of Tomas Soucek and Lucas Paqueta.

Chelsea are reportedly keen on hiring Eintracht Frankfurt boss Oliver Glasner if they sack Graham Potter.

The Bundesliga boss has impressed since taking charge of Frankfurt in 2021 and guiding them to last year’s Europa League title.

Glasner’s most recent triumph came in an admirable 1-1 draw against eternal German champions Bayern Munich.

Bild claims the Austrian tactician has a big fan in Chelsea owner Todd Boehly.

The Blues are said to have reached out to Glasner last summer as Thomas Tuchel’s future began to take center stage.

And he’s still on Boehly’s shortlist if he ever decides to pull the trigger on Potter. Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea ‘thrilled’ by Frankfurt boss Glasner, Malo Gusto FINISHES medicine, Messi next club at the latest


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