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20-Sep-2020, 06:07 am

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Barca banned from signing Wijnaldum

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Leeds United are considering a fresh attempt to sign Manchester United winger Daniel James, according to theSun.

James, who almost moved to Elland Road at the start of 2019, has dropped down the pecking order at United and could be available on a loan move.

Frank Lampard has revealed signing fellowGermanyinternational Timo Werner helped him in his bid to sign the high-coveted Kai Havertz fromBayer Leverkusenin a £70 million ($89m) deal.

Chelseasought the opinion of Werner, who came in fromRB Leipzigthrough his £47.5m ($61m) release clause over two months earlier, which helped kickstart a summer transfer spend of around £200m ($252m) on five significant signings.

Indeed, having introduced Werner into the squad to train, Lampard had a player he could use to give him feedback on what would be a major deal for the club. After a long round of talks, Chelsea finally got their man and Lampard appreciated the input of his new striker.

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Manchester United are hoping to sell back-up goalkeeper Sergio Romero, claims theSun.

The Argentine reacted badly to being overlooked for the club's Europa League defeat to Sevilla and at 33 is keen to find a new club.

Gary Neville has warnedManchester Unitedthey need a new centre-back more than they need Jadon Sanchoafter a horror show in their opening Premier League game.

The former United captain said the current side stand no chance of winning the Premier League with Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof at the heart of their defence.

His brutal verdict was delivered as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's teamwere beaten 3-1 by Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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La Liga salary rules preclude further transfers

Barcelona's hopes of landing stars like Georginio Wijnaldum and Memphis Depay are set to be quashed by La Liga, claims theMirror.

The club's financial woes mean they must sell before moving for the Netherlands pair or any other talent due to the league's salary restrictions.

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