Arsenal and Julian Draxler in Advanced Talks Over £36 Million Deal: Nightly Soccer Report
Arsenal target Julian Draxler should be recovered from injury in seven days time to resume playing for Schalke. But before that happens, will Arsenal or another club in Europe sign the highly-rated attacking midfielder?
Arsenal are understood to have had discussions with Schalke regarding a deal for Draxler, but details and evidence is few and far between.
In the meantime, the Gunners are interested in signing Cristian Tello on loan from Barcelona now that Aaron Ramsey is back on the injury list.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Arsenal and Julian Draxler in advanced talks over £36 million deal — The Telegraph
- West Ham’s injury woes continue as Joey O’Brien faces three months out — Evening Standard
- Manchester City best team on the planet, says Tim Sherwood — BBC Sport
- Cardiff City set to sell striker Andreas Cornelius back to FC Copenhagen — Wales Online
- Liverpool face fight with Tottenham for £16m Yevhen Konoplyanka — The Telegraph
- Nani is wanted by Inter Milan on loan from Manchester United — The Mail
- Swansea transfer news: Jack Cork bid made but Southampton reject it — The Mirror
- Dani Osvaldo wanted by Juventus as Southampton striker serves a suspension — The Mail
- Fulham agree fee for Olympiakos striker Kostas Mitroglou — Sky Sports
- Cardiff City in talks with Hamburg’s Tomas Rincon as Solskjaer looks to bolster squad — The Mail
- Stoke boss Hughes hits out at ref after Sunderland defeat — Sunderland Echo
- Besiktas sign US international Jermaine Jones — Turkish Football
- U.S. slated to host one of its pre-World Cup friendlies at Red Bull Arena — Sports Illustrated
- Hodgson to treat England squad to ‘Paradise island’ before heading to Brazil for the World Cup — The Mail
- Pressure mounts on Germany coach Joachim Löw to deliver after years of near misses — The Telegraph
- Beckham, Miami hoping to complete MLS negotiations by end of summer — Sports Business Daily
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