Arsenal, Chelsea, and Everton are in the center of the mayhem on deadline day, according to Taylor’s Tuesday Transfers.


Arsenal, Chelsea, and Everton are in the center of the mayhem on deadline day, according to Taylor’s Tuesday Transfers.

On deadline day, Ryan Taylor of Express Sport brings you the final installment of Taylor’s Tuesday Transfers for the summer…

The deadline has arrived… So buckle up because the craziest transfer window of all time is about to come to a close. On the basis of yesterday’s mayhem, we’re in for a long day. First and foremost, I’d like to express my gratitude to everyone who has read and supported my column this summer. It’s only right that the tenth and final edition arrives on the day before the deadline. Make sure to follow Ryan Taylor on Twitter @RyanTaylorSport for all the latest from Express Sport throughout the day…

Arsenal would want to recruit a new right-back before the deadline, but Hector Bellerin must first leave the club.

According to radio sources in Catalonia, Barcelona were interested in signing the Gunners defender, but Arsenal are now said to have reached an agreement with Real Betis for the 26-year-old.

Although nothing is set in stone at this time, Lille’s Zeki Celik has been considered by the Arsenal hierarchy in recent months.

The Turkish international, who represented his country at Euro 2020 and helped Lille win the Ligue 1 title last season, is being shown around by his entourage.

Celik was on the verge of joining Atletico Madrid in recent days, but the deal fell through, and he’s again back in the shop window.

Bellerin is one of the names that will be considered if Arsenal can complete Bellerin’s exit, although there has been no contact between the two clubs at this time.

Despite conversations with Borussia Dortmund about a loan, Chelsea are poised to hold Callum Hudson-Odoi beyond tonight’s transfer deadline.

The Bundesliga team is interested in signing the winger for the rest of the season without the requirement to buy him.

Leicester is also said to have made an unexpected inquiry about a long-term contract.

Thomas Tuchel, on the other hand, isn’t giving up on the Blues academy graduate just yet, and he’s still in his plans.

Hudson-Odoi recently turned down an England Under-21 call-up in order to concentrate on his club form.

Despite beginning the Super Cup, he has yet to play a single minute for the European champions in the Premier League this season. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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