All the Latest Transfer Rumors from Deadline Day, Monday, 5th October from Europe’s Top 5 leagues.
Man Utd receive offers for Williams
Manchester United have received offers for Brandon Williams, reports the Manchester Evening News.
Southampton are among those said to have asked about taking the promising full-back on loan.
Sessegnon leaves Spurs on loan
Ryan Sessegnon has joined Bundesliga side Hoffenheim on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 season.
Saints want Walcott back
Southampton have, according to BBC Sport, asked about taking Theo Walcott on loan from Everton.
The England international winger began his career with the Saints and is currently struggling for game time at Goodison Park.
Fulham hoping for Loftus-Cheek loan
Fulham are hoping to push through a loan deal for Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
The Daily Mail reports that the Cottagers are looking into a season-long agreement that would see them do business with a west London neighbour.
Spurs, PSG and AC Milan all keen on Rudiger
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is wanted by Tottenham, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan, claims Sky Sports.
The Blues are reluctant to part with the Germany international, but accept that he may push for a move in order to find a regular starting berth.
No incomings at Arsenal
Arsenal have accepted defeat in their efforts to land Houssem Aouar and Thomas Partey.
As a result, talkSPORT claims that there will be no incomings at Emirates Stadium on deadline day.
Chelsea’s Emerson sees talks with Juventus on loan collapse
Chelsea’s talks with Juventus for Emerson Palmieri have collapsed after the parties in Italy attempted to complete a loan proposal that included an option to buy.
Juventus went ahead of Inter to sign Emerson, who had long targeted the Italy international and Antonio Conte’s side could look to his fellow Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses as an alternative.
Tottenham eyeing loan move for Stones
Tottenham are eyeing a loan deal for Manchester City defender John Stones – according to The Athletic.
Spurs have made contact with the Blues over the England international’s availability, but his steep salary demands could prove to be a stumbling block.