Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has remained tight-lipped on the club's rumoured pursuit of out-of-favour Manchester United star Anthony Martial. His United deal expires in June of 2019, and it's been reported that the Frenchman has turned down the contract extension that he was offered.
Many of United's most talented attacking outlets this season have been stifled this season by Jose Mourinho's more conservative tactics, with Pogba, Martial and more recently Alexis Sanchez suffering.
United will nearly certainly be hesitant to sell to Chelsea like that - especially when both of their main rivals are powered by players Mourinho has given up on - although reports suggest that there might be a way for both teams to get what they want.
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Even though Mourinho ruled out the signing of Willian saying "Chelsea won't make it possible", it is believed that he's still a fan of the 30-year-old and could lure him to Old Trafford during the transfer window. Mourinho is a long time admirer of his former player, and he's made no secret of his pursuit.
It is unlikely he will be used in the FA Cup final against Chelsea after Mourinho's damning analysis of his performance in Brighton.
According to the UK Mirror, the deal could be worth around £80million.
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Finally, Both Arsenal and Chelsea have both been alerted to fresh reports that Leonardo Jardim will leave Monaco this summer.
Here's a link to Tribal Football who have more.
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