Dele Alli Valencia loan, Chelsea ‘pay £50m Raphinha’, deals with Bentancur and Kulusevski Spurs

Good morning sincere fans

It’s Deadline Day and there are bound to be a lot of great transfers today.

Chelsea could lose two players, they have no signings this month.

The Telegraph claims Kennedy is wanted by Leeds on a permanent deal.

And the Mail adds that Tino Anjoin will join Huddersfield Town on loan.

Chelsea are also interested in signing Leeds winger Raphinha.

But Sport Italia claim the deal won’t happen on the deadline day, with the Blues instead looking to sign a deal in the summer.

Brazil international Raphinha is also attracting interest from West Ham and could be tempted to leave relegation-threatened Leeds.

Meanwhile, Ousmane Dembele is said to have agreed personal terms with PSG.

The Barcelona winger has been pursued by Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle.

And Liverpool have also been contacted prior to the search for Porto’s Luis Diaz.

But Foot Mercato insists Dembele will go to PSG instead.

The French giants will try to sign him tomorrow on the deadline day, but are also set to wait until the summer when Dembele becomes a free agent.

Finally, former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey turned down THREE Premier League offers.

Nicolo Schira claims he will continue to rot on the Juventus bench after beating Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Burnley.

Ramsey believes he can attract a more popular club on the last day.

But the Welshman is also happy to stay at Juve, albeit outside of Max Allegri’s plans. Dele Alli Valencia loan, Chelsea ‘pay £50m Raphinha’, deals with Bentancur and Kulusevski Spurs

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