Transfer roundup: Man United resurrect deal for Brazil winger, Gunners star off to Real Madrid?

Lucas Moura

Saturday’s transfer gossip sees potential for a number of big-money deals, with the likes of Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal and Real Madrid all involved.

United are thought to be readying a bid for a Brazilian attacker they have coveted in the past, while Arsenal’s main man could well be set for a Spanish return.

Meanwhile, Leicester have seemingly put a significant price tag on Jamie Vardy’s head to ward off interest from fellow Premier League sides.

Jamie Vardy will cost £30 million

The Telegraph has today stated that Leicester City have slapped a £30 million price tag on hotshot striker Jamie Vardy’s head.

Jamie VardyThe England international has been in sparkling form for the Foxes of late, scoring in ten consecutive Premier League games and firing Claudio Ranieri’s men to the top of the division.

With Manchester United and Chelsea reportedly scoping out moves for the centre forward, the report suggests that Leicester have made their asking price clear.

Real Madrid consider Alexis Sanchez raid

Spanish media source Fichajes has stated that Real Madrid are in the market for a new Galactico to revitalise their ailing form and have Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez in mind.

Alexis-SanchezThe Chile international has become the Gunners’ attacking talisman since moving to the Emirates Stadium from Barcelona last summer.

The report suggests that Madrid will sound out Sanchez’s asking price, with potential for a summer raid for the South American star.

Man United revisit Moura interest

With Manchester United’s wingers providing little or no inspiration currently, Metro claim that the Old Trafford side are ready to rekindle their interest in Lucas Moura.

Lucas-MouraThe Brazil international was on the verge of moving to the Red Devils two years ago, even passing a medical with the club, but Paris Saint-Germain interjected at the eleventh hour.

The latest report suggests that United have identified Moura as a potential signing to reinvigorate their tired attack, with the South American full of speed and trickery.

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