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Euro Paper Talk: Chelsea yet to submit offer for Inter Milan star; Everton interested in Russian World Cup star

Inter Milan have not received an offer from Chelsea for a key midfielder, and Everton are set to bid for a star performer from Russia’s World Cup campaign, according to Tuesday’s European papers.


Inter Milan have not received an official offer from Chelsea for midfielder Matias Vecino.

The Uruguayan midfielder has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, having worked with Maurizio Sarri at Empoli, but SportItalia‘s Alfredo Pedulla claims that the Blues are yet to submit a formal offer.

Sarri has already signed his former Napoli midfielder Jorginho, but many anticipate further activity at Chelsea before the transfer window shuts, and they could still make an offer for Vecino.

Vecino made 31 appearances in all competitions for Inter last year, after arriving from Fiorentina. He played in all five of Uruguay’s World Cup games this summer.

Inter have been linked with Arturo Vidal, meaning there could be a lot of competition for places in midfield at San Siro next season.


Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is reportedly calling on Lazio to be more accommodating in their negotiations with Chelsea.

The Serbia star enjoyed a sensational 2017-18, scoring 12 Serie A goals and attracting plenty of interest from the likes of Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG in the process.

The 23-year-old missed a return to the club’s training camp after missing his flight back in Belgrade due to a major traffic accident, although Calciomercato have indicated that the playmaker may have been making a stance with his club over their negotiations with the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Lazio are asking for €150million for the player, while Chelsea are said to have offered €115m, plus playmaker Charly Musonda.

The report goes on to state that Lazio president Claudio Lotito is hoping that the likes of Real Madrid and United push up their offers for the player to forced a bidding war.

Milinkovic-Savic was welcomed at the club’s medical facility for his delayed medical on Tuesday morning and happily responded to a fan who asked him to stay at the club, responding: “Of course, I’m here as you can see.”

Everton are interested in Villarreal’s Russian winger Denis Cheryshev (Marca)

Roma will offer Diego Perotti to AC Milan as part of a bid to land Suso (Corriere Dello Sport)

Sevilla president Jose Castro has warned Arsenal and Roma that he expects Steven N’Zonzi to stay at the club next season (Calciomercato)

Borussia Dortmund are close to signing Belgian midfielder Axel Witsel for €20m (Marca)

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Lazio president Claudio Lotito has said that he has never put Sergej Milinkovic-Savic up for sale, and would only consider “indecent offers” for the Serbian (RMC Sport)

Barcelona have received a tempting offer from Sevilla for striker Munir, who spent last season on loan at Alaves (Sport)

Gonzalo Higuain has agreed to join AC Milan on a season-long loan from Serie A rivals Juventus (Sky Italy)

Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel has ruled out the possibility of striker Edinson Cavani leaving the club this summer (Football Espana)

Barcelona forward Paco Alcacer is on the radars of Leicester and Everton, with Barca setting a £27million price tag (Sport)

Lazio have been told by Arsenal they must pay £7m if they want to sign 29-year-old Spanish forward Lucas Perez (Corriere di Roma)

Tottenham are reportedly looking to re-sign Torino star Iago Falque this summer (Tuttosport)

Rafinha Alcantara has called on Barcelona to re-sign his brother Thiago from Bayern Munich but admits he does not know his own future (El Mundo Deportivo)

Sevilla are interested in signing Valencia striker Simone Zaza this summer after giving up hope on other attacking options (Super Deporte)

However, it is reported that Michy Batshuayi’s likely move from Chelsea to Valencia could pave the way for Simone Zaza to join Torino (Football Italia)

Mino Raiola has reportedly offered his client, Juventus starlet, Moise Kean, to Serie A giants Napoli (Il Mattino)

Fulham and Besiktas are rumoured to be interested in a €15m move for Genoa forward Gianluca Lapadula (TMW Web)

Members of the board at Serie A giants Roma are currently divided over whether to make a move for Arsenal target Steven N’zonzi or not (Calciomercato)

Barcelona-target Adrien Rabiot is close to signing a contract extension at Paris Saint-Germain (ESPN FC)

Inter Milan’s Joao Mario has been linked with a return to former club Sporting CP (A Bola)

Real Madrid striker and Paraguay international Sergio Diaz has joined Brazilian club Corinthians on a season-long loan deal (Football Espana)

Sevilla have informed FC Porto they wish to sign Cameroonian international striker Vincent Aboubakar (A Bola)

Real Betis are interested in signing full-back Adriano Correia from Besiktas (Diario Sport)

Striker Loren Moron has extended his contract at Real Betis until 2022 in a deal which will ‘significantly’ raise his release clause (Football Espana)


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