Chelsea’s £120m decision, Arsenal battle Spurs for Lemar – Latest Premier League rumours

The January window is now officially open, with clubs planning their winter spending spree.

It’s a notoriously difficult time to get things done, with clubs reluctant to sell players, but it can also prove a vital period.

Here we round up the latest transfer rumours from around the Premier League.

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Man Utd target Can and Longstaff

Manchester United want to sign Sean Longstaff and Emre Can to ease their midfield problems in January.

Paul Pogba is set to undergo surgery once again on an ankle issue, whilst Scott McTominay has been sidelined for two months with a knee ligament injury.

As a result, Juventus outcast Can and Longstaff are both being targeted in this transfer window, according to ESPN .

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Jack Grealish and James Maddison have also been reported as targets.

Emre Can of Juventus and Oliver Skipp of Tottenham Hotspur compete for the ball (Photo by Yong Teck Lim/International Champions Cup/Getty Images)

Arsenal and Tottenham eyeing Thomas Lemar deal

Arsenal are keeping tabs on long-term target Thomas Lemar with Atletico Madrid open to selling the winger.

The French World Cup winner has struggled for game time this season, making only 15 La Liga appearances.

However, according to Foot Mercato , the Gunners will face competition from north London rivals Tottenham, who also fancy the 24-year-old.

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Spanish outlet Marca also claim Atletico had called on Jorge Mendes, their “most trusted agent” to work on an exit strategy, with Arsenal named as their best hope.

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Chelsea make Sancho decision

Chelsea have cooled their interest in signing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund in January.

Manchester United are also monitoring the Englishman’s future, although the Blues’ interest has…