Man United will make a late move for Harry Kane and all of today's transfer gossip

Time is running out but there’s still plenty of deals to be done.

MLS All Star Game Soccer Kane started for Tottenham at Old Trafford but was unable to prevent the visitors suffering a 1-0 defeat. Source: David Zalubowski

Van Gaal wants Kane: Man United have renewed their interest in Tottenham striker Harry Kane with manager Louis van Gaal making fresh enquiries about the English international’s availability.

Gunners in for Silva: After yesterday’s defeat to West Ham, Arsene Wenger wants to strengthen his squad and Real Madrid’s Lucas Silva is top of his wishlist. The Brazilian only arrived in Madrid in January but the Spanish club are prepared to sell.

Sickener for Pedro: Man United’s move for Pedro could be scuppered because of a bad bout of the mumps. Brazilian forward Neymar will miss the start of the season through illness and Barcelona may want to keep Pedro for the time being.


Pulis’ personal plea: West Brom manager Tony Pulis has pleaded with Saido Berahino to stay at the Hawthorns amid continued speculation over his future. The England international is wanted by Tottenham.

Everton prepare for Stones exit: Chelsea are preparing a third bid of £30 million for John Stones with Everton searching for replacements. The Toffees have already rejected the champions’ advances but are now resigned to losing the young defender.

De Bruyne to City? It looks increasingly likely that Kevin de Bruyne will return to the Premier League and sign for Manchester City. Reports suggest the Belgian midfielder is on the verge of a £50 million move from Wolfsburg.


Hammers want Chicharito: Slaven Billic is determined to bring Javier Hernandez to Upton Park and will ask the club’s hierarchy to up their bid to £12 million for the Mexican striker.

Loyal to the troops: After suffering defeat on their Premier League debut, Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe insists he will stay loyal to the players that earned the club promotion.

QPR open to Austin sale: In demand striker Charlie Austin will be allowed leave Loftus Road but only if QPR receive the right offer. Newcastle and Tottenham are interested in Austin but the R’s want £15 million up front.


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