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Paper Talk: Decisions made on Oxlade-Chamberlain, Brewster as Liverpool sell eight; Lingard linked with Russia move

Liverpool will look to sell eight players before the transfer window shuts with decisions made on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Rhian Brewster, while Jesse Lingard is being linked with a shock move, according to Monday’s newspaper gossip.



Liverpool have no intention of selling Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, amid growing interest from Wolves.

The midfielder has been strongly linked with the Old Gold. That’s after the arrival of Thiago Alcantara further increased competition for places in their midfield.

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The former Arsenal man has suffered his fair share of injuries at Anfield. As such, a report claimed he could be sold back to claw back some of Liverpool’s recent transfer outlays.

However, the Daily Mirror are adamant Jurgen Klopp wants to keep the player and will rebuff all offers for the star.

Oxlade-Chamberlain made 30 Premier League appearances in all competitions last season but rarely completed 90 minutes. Indeed, he was often a substitute or brought on to make an impact with his energy.

Despite that, he still finished the season as Liverpool’s top scoring midfielder with eight goals.

Oxlade-Chamberlain is working his way back to fitness after suffering a knee injury in pre-season.

There could, however, still be a number of exits at Anfield.

The arrivals of Diogo Jota and Thiago for deals that could reach a combined £66m means the books must be balanced.

The biggest name to go will be Rhian Brewster.

According to the Daily Mail, Crystal Palace have now emerged as favourites to sign him. Sheffield United have long held talks, while West Brom are also keen.

But it is Palace who look most likely to do a deal worth £20m. Liverpool, however, are demanding a buy-back clause be inserted in any sale.

As per the Mail, Divock Origi, Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson, Loris Karius, Nat Phillips, Yasser Larouci and Taiwo Awoniyi will also be shown the door.

Borussia Monchengladbach are chasing midfielder Grujic. Cult hero striker Origi could stay in the Premier League, amid interest from Brighton.



Jesse Lingard is reportedly attracting interest from Zenit St Petersburg and they will rival Tottenham for his signature. (Daily Star)

Chelsea are set to confirm the transfer of Edouard Mendy after Kepa made another mistake in goal for Chelsea. (Daily Star)

Manchester City have reportedly agreed personal terms with Sevilla defender Jules Kounde. (The Sun)

Chelsea do not have the option to buy back youngster Tariq Lamptey – and Blues fans have been left devastated. (The Sun)

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi is reportedly a transfer target for Serie A sides Lazio and Napoli. (The Sun)

John McGinn has slammed the cynics who claim Aston Villa survived last season only because of the biggest high-tech mess-up in Premier League history. (The Sun)



Former striker Tony Cascarino thinks Manchester United should replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and appoint Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa. (The Sun)

Paris Saint-Germain are in talks to sign Dele Alli, who is upset and confused after being omitted from the Spurs squad for a successive second game. (Daily Telegraph)

Leicester have made an enquiry over Jonathan Tah being available on a loan from Bayer Leverkusen. (Daily Telegraph)

Leeds United are monitoring Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi as they attempt to add to Marcelo Bielsa’s squad. (Daily Telegraph)

Arsenal centre-back Calum Chambers is a loan option for West Ham as David Moyes looks to add defenders to his squad. (Daily Telegraph)



Arsenal have been asked to include Lucas Torreira in a deal to sign Thomas Partey as Atletico Madrid try to take the Uruguayan to the Spanish capital. (Daily Express)

Luke Shaw has called on the Manchester United board to spend and wants further invest in the squad. (Daily Express)

Antonio Rudiger’s future at Chelsea is in doubt after he was left of Sunday’s squad and despite being fully fit. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea have applied for planning permission and want to install seven pole-mounted CCTV cameras at their Cobham training base. (Daily Mail)

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