Sport Arsenal told to pay Hirving Lozano's £30m release clause

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Liverpool target set for new release clause

  Liverpool target set for new release clause Liverpool target Faouzi Ghoulam could be set for a new contract at Napoli, with a release clause. According to Calcio Mercato, if Ghoulam signs a new deal with the Serie A club then he would have a release clause of up to €40m. Ghoulam’s current contract with Napoli expires at the end of the season, which is a concern for the Italian team. They are working hard to tie him down for the future, with Liverpool having the chance to sign him on a free next summer if they fail in doing so. The report claims that Juventus, Liverpool and Atletico Madrid are all eyeing up the left-back and are watching his contract situation very closely. Ghoulam has been impressing for Napoli in the Serie A this season, catching the eye of the three European giants. Liverpool signed Andrew Robertson from Hull in the summer, but are clearly still looking to strengthen their fullback position.

Arsenal will have to pay a premium if they want to prise rumoured target Hirving 'Chucky' Lozano away from PSV Eindhoven, it has been reported by ESPN. That would involve doubling their opening offer to around £ 30 m .

Arsenal willing to pay Real Madrid star Marco Asensio' s £72 m release clause - report. Asensio starred for Real Madrid last night, scoring a stunner from 30 yards as Los Blancos beat fierce rivals Barcelona 2-0 to win the Spanish Super Cup.

Dutch side PSV have told Arsenal they must pay Hirving Lozano’s full £30 million release clause to sign him in January.

ESPN reports that the player has been linked with the Gunners, possibly as a replacement for Alexis Sanchez, but PSV do not want to sell on the cheap.

Lozano is currently in a fantastic run of form, scoring five times in his last six games in the Eredivisie, resulting in rumours about his future at the club, despite only joining in the summer from Mexican side Pachuca.

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Arsenal scout Steve Rowley is said to have watched the player as the Gunners weigh up their options.

Former sporting director confirms United's interest in Mertens

  Former sporting director confirms United's interest in Mertens Napoli’s former sporting director Pierpaolo Marino has confirmed Manchester United are tracking Belgian forward, Dries Mertens. Marino told Italian newspaper Tuttosport, as cited by, that the United are keeping tabs on the versatile attacker who has scored nine goals already this season. “The €28m clause is likely to be a low price even if he is 30. It turns out that United are following him very closely.” Mertens has a relatively low release clause in today’s market of €28 million, which converts to roughly £25 million. The Belgian impressed last season playing as a makeshift central striker due to injuries in the Napoli squad but has since made the position his own. He, alongside the likes of Lorenzo Insigne, have formed one of the most exciting attacks in European football at the moment. Mertens was linked with a move to Premier League champions Chelsea over the summer, with the player’s agent holding talks with the club, but no move materialised.

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Sanchez is looking increasingly likely to leave the club, possibly in January, meaning Arsene Wenger may be forced into the market as they look for a replacement for the Chilean.

Wenger has admitted that both Sanchez and Mesut Ozil could leave during the January transfer window.

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Williams set for new deal with Bilbao .
Liverpool target Inaki Williams is set for a new deal with his current club Athletic Bilbao. According to Calcio Mercato, Bilbao are set to increase his wage and up his release clause if he is to sign an extended contract. His current release clause is set at €50m, with Bilbao now ready to increase that, potentially in light of recent big money moves in Europe. This summer saw three deals more expensive than the world-record transfer fee coming into the window. Ousmane Dembele, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe all completed moves that will cost over £100m. The report does not, however, mention how much Bilbao will set his new release clause at. Liverpool and Juventus are both said to be keen admirers of the Spanish forward, who has impressed in La Liga. Williams has scored two goals and registered four assists so far this season, with Liverpool monitoring his progress ahead of January.

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