Burnley 'submit' £12m bid for ex-Derby County ace, Tottenham Hotspur 'table' shock loan offer

Burnley have until Monday evening to strengthen their squad with overseas signings before the transfer window slams shut.

Friday, 2nd October 2020, 8:36 am
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In the meantime however, Sean Dyche is preparing for a trip to Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday evening.

As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the top-flight – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip from around the web:

Brighton, Southampton and Crystal Palace are all interested in a possible loan deal for Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson. (Football.London)

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Sheffield United have held talks with Huddersfield Town over a £17.5m bid for defender Terence Kongolo. (The Athletic)
Manchester United are working on a deal to sign Atalanta winger Amad Traore before Monday’s transfer deadline day. (Manchester Evening News)
Leeds United have been in contact with Hamburg over a possible move for defender Stephan Ambrosius. (Jonas Giaever)
The Whites have shortlisted Manchester United’s Daniel James and Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell following Michael Cuisance’s collapsed transfer. (Daily Express)
Cuisance’s entourage still hopes a deal can be revived. A medical was passed but Leeds and Bayern Munich disagreed on several points of the contract. (Telefoot)
Rennes have agreed a £1.3m season-long loan deal for Newcastle target Daniele Rugani. (Gianluca Di Marzio)
Newcastle are advancing in talks with Juventus over Rugani, while Rodrigo Vilca’s £250k arrival is expected to be confirmed by the end of the week. (Football Insider)
The Bellagraph Nova says it is pushing ahead with its bid for Newcastle United after meeting with Mike Ashley’s representatives in Paris last week. (BBC)
Tottenham Hotspur have made an official bid to take Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger on loan with an option to buy at the end of the season. (Nicolo Schira)
Burnley’s opening £12m bid for Harry Wilson falls way short of Liverpool’s initial asking price. (Goal)