Ivan Perisic to Arsenal, 1 in, 2 out at Manchester United: 9 major PL transfers that could happen before Thursday’s deadline

6) Steven Bergwijn to Manchester United or Liverpool

Linked with both Manchester United and Liverpool by the Daily Mirror, PSV winger Steven Bergwijn is a player attracting plenty of interest recently.

It would no doubt be exciting to see the young Dutchman in the Premier League, and the Mirror state he’d only cost £25million.

Surely someone can come up with that in the next few days for this quality signing?

7) Andreas Pereira to West Ham or Everton

Linked with these two, as well as Arsenal recently by UOL, it would make sense for Andreas Pereira to leave Manchester United soon after a lack of opportunities.

The Brazilian starlet looks a big talent but has still been unable to get a look-in in the MUFC first-team even under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

With Arsenal seemingly focusing on so many other midfield targets now, could a late move to West Ham or Everton still be possible?


Andreas Pereira to leave Manchester United?

8) Antonio Valencia to Newcastle or Fulham

Another potential Man Utd outcast, Antonio Valencia has played less often and less well this season, which is a pretty bad combination, let’s be honest.

As a result, an exit makes sense for him too as the Sun link him with possible moves to stay in the Premier League with either Fulham or Newcastle.

That seems about his level now, while United fans will be satisfied enough with Ashley Young at right-back, plus the exciting youngster Diogo Dalot coming through.

9) Gary Cahill to Arsenal

Room for one more uninspiring Arsenal rumour – the Daily Mirror claim the club are ready to move for Chelsea veteran Gary Cahill to solve their injury crisis in defence.

The former England international could be a decent short-term option for the club, but fans will surely want more than a 33-year-old who’s not getting any action at one of their rivals.

Still, one imagines this would be a bit of an emergency option for the Gunners, so it remains to be seen if they will go ahead with it.

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