Premier League transfer rumours: Man City tipped to beat Chelsea to striker as Sancho stance set

The ongoing global coronavirus pandemic has seen all football in England brought to a sudden halt, including the Premier League.

That has meant that the backpage headlines are being taken up by transfer rumours.

There’s no shortage of that today, either, with more Premier League transfer gossip from newspapers around Europe.

That includes the latest rumours involving Chelsea, Tottenham and other clubs.

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Here are some of the Premier League transfer rumours for Sunday, April 12.

Harry Kane decision made

Tottenham Hotspur have no intention of selling Harry Kane to Manchester United or any other Premier League rival this summer, understands.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane
(Image: (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images))

Kane has been strongly linked with a move away ahead of the summer transfer window, after Spurs’ top goalscorer recently left the door open to a possible move.

But amid reports that Tottenham could be willing to sell Kane for £200million, it is understood that they would not be willing to sell the England captain to Manchester United, or any other Premier League rival.

Man City favourites to sign Martinez

According to the Sun, Manchester City are set to beat Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona to the signing of Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez.

The report states that the Premier League champions are set to break his buy-out clause of £97.5m once the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end.

Lautaro Martinez (Image: David Ramos/Getty Images)

Chelsea are also big fans of the Argentine striker, with Real Madrid and Barcelona also interested in the 22-year-old.

Martinez has scored 16 goals for Inter this season, and City see the striker as a long-term replacement for Sergio Aguero.

Liverpool tried signing Odegaard last summer

According to Martin Odegaard’s former manager Leonid Slutsky,…


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