Willian & Sancho transfer news plus Newcastle takeover collapse
49 min

The Athletic's David Ornstein details transfer news concerning Jadon Sancho, Willian and Alexis Sanchez.

David is joined by The Athletic's Liverpool writer James Pearce who tells us about his interview with one of the club’s rising stars Harvey Elliot - could his emergence mean Jurgen Klopp trusts in youth rather than big money signings in the current transfer window?

George Caulkin  discusses the collapse of the proposed takeover of Newcastle United. David asks George about his chat in the immediate aftermath with one of the bid’s key players  - Amanda Staveley.

And what next for Bournemouth and Eddie Howe after the two parted company over the weekend? That will be answered by The Athletic's Peter Rutlzer.

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