There’s no doubt that Manchester City are quickly stamping their name on this year’s English Premier League, and according to recent stats, they also have four of the most lethal forwards in the competition. It’s a scary thought for opposition teams, who are fast running out of answers on how to deal with the sides immense attacking prowess.
Arsenal have emerged as rumoured suitors for Chelsea winger Charly Musonda in the January transfer window.
The 21-year-old, who featured in the Blues first team this season, has previously suggested on Instagram that he has grown frustrated during his time at the Stamford Bridge.
The Belgium international has just over 18 months remaining on his contract at the west London club but according to Foot Mercato, the attacker has no intention of signing a new contract with the defending Premier League champions.
Marcus Rashford started Manchester United’s Premier League match with Liverpool earlier this season on the bench, leading to many fans questioning the decision of Jose Mourinho.
The England international was left out, with Anthony Martial getting the nod in the starting XI, supporting Romelu Lukaku in the attack. Manchester United did not do a great deal of attacking in the game but it was a surprise to see Rashford did not start the match, especially considering his work-rate.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger ramped up his interest in signing Ipswich Town youngster Tristan Nydam in the winter transfer window, according to The Sun.
The French boss is said to be a big admirer of the 17-year-old midfielder, who has featured 12 times for the Championship outfit this season after coming from the academy.
The Blues are lining up a swoop for Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud in January transfer window.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is keen to secure the 31-year-old veteran’s signature to create competition for places in his frontline, according to Spanish outlet Don Balon.
The France international was strongly linked with a move away from the Emirates over the summer with Premier League rivals Everton touted as a likely destination, although a move to Goodison Park failed to materialise.