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Thursday’s transfer rumors – Man United make transfer decision on Sarr

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Manchester United make Sarr decision

After missing out on several top targets, there were rumors the Red Devils could turn to Watford’s Isamila Sarr for an attacker. The transfer window is still open the 16th of October for EFL clubs. However, it appears United have finally made their decision and would not be making a move for the Senegalese youngster. (Goal)

Danny Rose set to miss out on Spurs squad

Danny Rose is no longer in Jose Mourinho’s plans at Tottenham. Since the Portuguese took over Spurs, the 30-year-old became a fringe member of the club and even had to join Newcastle on loan. His exile continues as Mourinho could now leave Rose out of his 25-man Premier League squad to be submitted by October 20. (Mail)

Sergio Romero eyes MLS move

Manchester United goalkeeper has set his sights on a move to the MLS. The Argentine goalkeeper is in search of regular game time and never seems to get that under Ole Solskjaer. On deadline day, Romero came close to joining Everton but saw the deal break-down at the last minute. The 33-year-old will now consider a move to the MLS. (Mail)

Ozil and Sokratis left out of Arsenal’s Europa League squad

Mesut Ozil is yet to play a game for Arsenal since March and his exile from the Gunners’ lineup goes on even further. The latest is that the German won’t play a part of Arsenal’s Europa League campaign after he was left out of the squad. Defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos was also left out as well.  (Talksport)

Dembele never fancied Manchester United

Despite reports of a move almost coming through, it appears Ousmane Dembele was never interested in the idea of moving to Manchester United. The Frenchman will stay put at Barcelona this summer and will push for a move to join Juventus next summer. (Catalunya Radio, via Mirror)