Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jul 27, 2018
Is Maguire Man Utd’s priority? Plus Chelsea’s striker dilemma and do Villa still need to sell Grealish?
1 hr 2 min
Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to discuss Manchester United's interest in Harry Maguire and what that means for their pursuit of Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld (2:15). The panel also examine Jose Mourinho’s relationship with Anthony Martial (13:50) and have the latest from Chelsea, where the future of Alvaro Morata remains in doubt amid interest from AC Milan (21:18). Rob Dorsett looks at how Wolves have entered the race for a Barcelona star (32:11) and analyses what is happening at Aston Villa, who have kept Steve Bruce but still appear likely to lose Jack Grealish (41:22). Aaron Ramsey's future at Arsenal is also discussed (49:45), plus there is news from Everton, Fulham, Newcastle, Tottenham, Bournemouth, West Ham and Crystal Palace.
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