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Andreas Christensen is said to have been approached by other Premier League clubs but will turn them down out of respect for Chelsea.
The 25-year-old defender is out of contract in June and looks increasingly likely to leave, despite the Blues’ best efforts.
A variety of clubs are interested in the Denmark international, but Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has given updates on his future via Twitter. He says a number of Premier League clubs have approached Christensen regarding a move in the summer.
However, the centre-back wants to respect Chelsea and will not consider offers from any English club as Bayern Munich and Barcelona lead the race for his signature.
Meanwhile, Newcastle is said to have had an offer to buy defender Diego Carlos for the second time, which was rejected by Sevilla.
Sevilla initially rejected The Magpies’ first offer and were not swayed by Toon’s improved follow-up bid – believed to be £25m.
And according to Goal, only a “big” offer can tempt LaLiga to consider doing business with Eddie Howe’s team.
However, Sunderland are having more luck than neighbors Tyneside in the transfer market as they have signed experienced Stoke City defender Danny Batth.
The signing of Batth comes just days after Black Cats manager Lee Johnson revealed he is considering an ambitious move to bring Jermain Defoe back to the club.
And finally, Aston Villa signed Robin Olsen on loan until the end of the season.
The Sweden international has completed a loan deal from Roma 53 times and revealed that it was unquestionable when a club with Villa’s ambitions called.
When he signed the agreement, he beamed: “It was an easy choice from the first call I received from my agent. I decided to do whatever I could to sign Villa.
“When I woke up this morning and knew I had signed for the club, I was really happy.”
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