Latest Premier League Transfer News: Higuain to Chelsea?, Arnautovic to China? & More

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  • Gonzalo Higuain
  • Linked with a move to Chelsea

According to Sky Sports and Marca, the 31-year-old striker could be heading to London this winter. Chelsea's strikers, Morata and Giroud are struggling to find good form this season. Giroud only scored once this season while Morata scored only 5 so far. Chelsea has been linked with strikers lately such as Calum Wilson and now Higuain is the latest target. It is most likely that the Argentine will join the London based club on loan. The striker is currently on loan at AC Milan from Juventus.

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  • Yannick Carrasco
  • Linked with a move to Arsenal

The 25-year-old midfielder looks desperately to leave the Chinese Super League and wants to play in the EPL. It is reported that Carrasco is willingly to take a pay cut to force a move to Arsenal. The former Atletico Madrid player earns £9m per year with his contract with  Dalian Yifang. Carrasco made 25 appearances scoring 25 goals so far. However, Man United are also interested in the Belgian and could look to make a late move.

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  • Nikola Milenkovic
  • Man United showing interest 

Manchester United search for buying a centre back continues with Nikola Milenkovic being their next target. The Red Devils are opening talks to sign the 21-year-old defender for £45m. However, various reports are saying that Andreas Pereira could be apart of the deal. The Serbian made 18 appearances and scored 2 goals so far this season. Other defenders linked with Man United include Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) and Toby Alderweireld (Spurs)

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  • Ander Herrera
  • In talks with Man United over a new contract

The 29-year-old midfielder looks to stay at Old Trafford, despite strong interest from his former club Athletic Bilbao. Herrera has been a fan favorite at United and most fans would be glad if he stays. The Spaniard has been instrumental under interim manager Solskjaer. However, the question still remains if he will be apart of the coming permanent manager's plan. United triggered one-year extension clause in his contract last season. There is no word yet on the details of on the contract offer from United.

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