Daily Headlines; Saliba blames Arteta for lack of minutes, Manchester United decide against Caicedo, Mourinho open talks for Perisic, Arsenal in for German duos

William Saliba has accused Mikel Arteta of not giving him a chance to prove himself at Arsenal before shipping him out on loan.

Roma hope to use goalkeeper Robin Olsen in negotiations with Everton over a deal for Bernard, according to Corriere Dello Sport.

Fiorentina remain in talks with Lazio over a deal for Felipe Caicedo but are struggling to reach an agreement, according to Calciomercato.

Manchester United have decided against pursuing a deal for Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Montpellier striker Gaetan Laborde has said he is not in a hurry to leave the club, despite interest from West Ham and Marseille.

West Ham are considering a move for Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah as they seek a replacement for Sebastien Haller, reports the Standard.

Manchester United defender Ethan Laird has joined League One side MK Dons on loan until the end of the season.

The Athletic reports that Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is willing to take Christian Eriksen back

Brandon Williams wants to leave Manchester United for a loan spell at another Premier League club, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Tottenham have, according to FootMercato, opened talks with Inter regarding a deal for Ivan Perisic

Atletico Madrid have submitted an offer to take Lyon forward Moussa Dembele on loan, L’Equipe reports.

PSG midfielder Julian Draxler is a possible target for Arsenal, Bild reporter Christian Falk has claimed.

Carlo Ancelotti has told Paris Saint-Germain that Everton are open to a deal for Moise Kean, Mirror claims.

According to Mirror, Borussia Dortmund are reportedly willing to sell Julian Brandt this month, amid speculation linking the Germany international with a move to Arsenal.

Newcastle United say Allan Saint-Maximin did not break Covid-19 quarantine rules after he was pictured with a fan in a supermarket. Per Mail.

According to Guardian, Jose Mourinho has bought a ticket in a raffle organised by Marine in which the top prize is to manage them in a pre-season friendly. The Tottenham manager, who visits the non-league club in the FA Cup third round on Sunday, knows that he would most likely be unable to claim the prize even if he won.

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