Sheffield United ‘lead’ race to land Leeds United target

Jesse Marsch’s side will kick of their 2022/23 Premier League season on Saturday at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The summer transfer window closes at the end of August with Premier League clubs, who kick off their new season this weekend, now having just four weeks to finalize their business.

EFL Championship side Sheffield United are understood to be ‘leading’ the race to sign a Manchester City starlet on loan ahead of Premier League sides Leeds United, Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth while Chelsea are said to be ready to meet Brighton & Hove Albion’s £50m valuation of their Spanish full-back.

Meanwhile, there are expected to be multiple exits as well as arrivals at Stamford Bridge in the next few weeks with striker Timo Werner and Michy Batshuayi both linked with moves away.

An Arsenal goalkeeper is set to complete an £8m transfer across London to Fulham and a Manchester United defender has reportedly snubbed a meeting with his former boss in favor of a move to Spain.

Elsewhere, Leicester City have reportedly placed a £60m price tag on their star midfielder after Newcastle United saw a £40m offer rejected and an Austrian club want £45m for a striker who is thought to be of interest to several big clubs across Europe including Manchester United.

Finally, Liverpool are set to ‘reward’ one of their striker’s with a ‘lucrative’ new contract after his impressive form for the Reds.

Here are the Premier League transfer news stories making the headlines on Tuesday morning:

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