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European Gossip for Transfer: Arsenal Plans for a Roma Ass, Bale Can Make Spurs Return

The transfer window in the country is open, but those who hope to arrive from the continent will have to wait a few more weeks.

There will probably be plenty of money, and some big names may be on their way to the Premier League where many clubs want to strengthen their ranks before 2019-20.

And many are looking abroad for new talents.

Since rumors continue to come around, here are some of the newest countries associated with the Premier League.

Arsenal is ready to make a move for a Roma star

Arsenal is ready to surrender Chelsea a major strike by trying to activate the release clause of Roma defender Costas Manollas, reports Il Messaggero.

The movement for the 27-year-old will cost the gunmen a fairly large sum of £ 31.5m but they could be just what they are looking for to heal what had been a defensive line in recent seasons.

Chelsea CEO Juventus Eye

Chelsea manager Mauricio Sarri is being discussed by Juventus, and reports say discussions between the two sides may have begun – fans may be pleased.

Although it translates Chelsea in fourth place and the Europa League final, the former Napoli chief is an unpopular figure in Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea may also face the fight to preserve the services of Marcos Alonso, as the Spanish team AS claims that Atletico Madrid is on course for the well-established defender.

Given that Chelsea's ban on transferring FIFA, such a move would leave a huge gap in the Blues team that they will struggle to complete.

Spurs can look to bring Bale back

Tottenham Hotspur may have been given a way to return Gareth Bale back to northern London, according to reports quoted by Sport Witness as the Welsh wants to leave Real Madrid.

After being frozen by the team for the last two matches from Laliga, he returns to the Premiership.

Tottenham also contemplates a move for the star of Celta Vigo Oke Jokuzlu, Turkish football states, although they face the competition on the market by London's West Ham rivals.

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