Football 2017-08-18 9:42 AM

verton are considering a shock loan move for Diego Costa with Ronald Koeman refusing to rule out a move for the wantaway Chelsea striker.
The Telegraph reveals that Costa has no intention of returning to Stamford Bridge as he pushes for a move to Atletico Madrid.

But with the Spanish club under a transfer embargo, Everton could seek to land the Spain international on a short-term deal, according to The Sun.
“Of course you like to sign players for the future, but if you can get the best one that way, then why not?
“That’s for six months, the season, two years.

“It’s difficult ¬because it needs to be a quality player, or a young player who can develop or improve.
“We have the possibility maybe to sign good players, but we don’t play in the Champions League – and that sometimes makes things very difficult.”
Arsenal could make a bid for Julian Draxler, claims The Sun, after Paris Saint-Germain told the winger he is free to leave.

Apparently, the German international has been pushed quite considerably down the pecking order following the £198 million arrival of Neymar from Barcelona.
And The Times reports that the Gunners could make another move for the 23 year-old, who would be available for around £32 million.

Manchester United have not given up on Inter Milan’s Croatian wingIvan Perisic and are trying to push through a £39 million deal, which is £9 million shy of the Italian club’s valuation.
The Mirror reports how Jose Mourinho identified four players he wanted to sign in the current window, and has already landed three. Perisic is the final piece in the jigsaw.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is reportedly understood to have met Perisic’s agent, Fali Ramadani, in recent days to try to push through a deal.

The Philippe Coutinho-to-Barcelona transfer saga could rumble on until the end of the window with the Catalan club admitting it will be difficult to prise the Brazilian playmaker away from Anfield, The Liverpool Echo reports.
However, this morning’s Daily Telegraph says the La Liga giants are prepared to “fight” all the way to land their man.
Chelsea have had a £63 million bid for Juventus’ 26-year-old Alex Sandro rejected, suggests The Mirror.

Antonio Conte has made wing-back Sandro his top target but Juve club director Beppe Marotta revealed the Italians have rejected the Blues’ latest offer, which included bonuses.
“He said he wants to stay here. So we sent the offers right back where they came from,” Marotta is quoted in The Mirror as saying.

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