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Premier League transfer news: David Villa, Paulinho, Erik Lamela

Written on:February 15, 2024
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David Villa might be available for transfer during the summer for £17 million

Premier League transfer news hints at some major changes during the summer at the top clubs. In Arsenal transfer news, if the Gunners want Barcelona FC striker, David Villa, to wear the Emirates colours then they would have to shell out £17 million during the summer transfer window.

The Spaniard was heavily linked to Arsenal FC during the winter transfer window, but Camp Nou refused to let him go. A Spanish newspaper has reported that Barcelona FC might be willing to trade the striker during the summer if the price requirements are fulfilled. With Villa managing only eight appearances this season, the transfer rumours are bound to grow.

In Chelsea transfer news, the Blues received a major boost as their target, Paulinho, stated that he could be ready to move during the summer. The Brazilian’s agent expressed that a summer move could be a possibility for the 20-year-old later this year. The Corinthians midfielder has been on the radar of many European football clubs, with Chelsea FC and Inter Milan leading the race.

Talking about the possibility of a transfer later this year, Paulinho said, “I do not know what will happen in June. Nor can I say with certainty that I will stay or go away, we will see. For the time being I am fully concentrated on Corinthians - what happens in the market, in summer or winter, we will see.”

In Manchester City transfer news, Roberto Mancini is monitoring Roma winger, Erik Lamela. The Sky Blues have been observing the player frequently alongside Roma centre back, Marquinhos, who is also on the radar of Barcelona FC.

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