Premier League transfer news: Callum Wilson, Anthony Martial, Juan Mata, Declan Rice

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AFC Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is being linked with a transfer to Chelsea

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AFC Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is being linked with a transfer to Chelsea

Chelsea target Bournemouth star Wilson and Juventus are keen on Martial

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Friday, November 9, 2018 – 3:44pm

Premier League transfer news and rumours
Chelsea target Cherries ace Wilson

Callum Wilson was yesterday named in the England squad for the first time and today he is being linked with a £35m move to Chelsea.

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The AFC Bournemouth striker, 26, has impressed in the Premier League with six goals so far this season. After 11 games the Cherries are seventh in the table with 20 points. According to The Sun Wilson is on the radar of Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri after his “stunning start” to the league campaign.

Rice keen to sign new deal

West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice is keen to sign a new contract with the London club. The 19-year-old’s £3,000-a-week Hammers deal expires in 2021 but he is in talks for new improved terms. He said: “I want to sign for West Ham and I think it is going to happen. Playing every week is what is best for me at the moment and hopefully the contract can come soon.” (The Times)

Hammers to move for Nasri?

Former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri is available following the completion of his drugs ban. West Ham have been linked with the 31-year-old Frenchman. (The Guardian)

Martial wanted by Juve

Italian champions Juventus want to sign Anthony Martial from Manchester United. However, if they fail to …read more

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