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Paper Talk: £22m Bundesliga bid for Everton star

An Arsenal and Chelsea assaulting target has penned another five-year bargain in Germany, while a Bundesliga club has offered £22million for an Everton star, as per Monday's papers. 


Armory, CHELSEA ATTACKING TARGET PENS NEW LEVERKUSEN DEAL 


Armory and Chelsea have endured an exchange blow after target Leon Bailey marked another five-year contract at Bayer Leverkusen.

The 21-year-old has been vigorously connected with a large group of clubs, including the Premier League twosome, with a charge of £40m being mooted.

Italian side Roma were the most recent club to be connected with a move for the pacy winger a week ago, however Bailey has moved to end hypothesis over his future by selecting to expand his stay at Leverkusen until 2023.

The assailant uncovered before this late spring there was a considerable measure of "solid enthusiasm" in him.

He told Kicker: "There's a great deal of intrigue. What I can state is that my full spotlight is on creating myself as a youthful player, and that is the thing that I center around.

"On the off chance that a club needs me, my administration and Bayer 04 will deal with it."

In any case, it would now create the impression that Bailey will remain at Leverkusen for a long time to come – while there is likewise no specify of a proviso being built into the new contract.

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What's more, THE REST

Loris Karius is in converses with move to Besiktas, with Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp prepared to give him a chance to leave (Daily Mirror)

RB Leipzig have made an enhanced £22m offer for Everton's Ademola Lookman (Daily Mirror)

Borussia Dortmund have put a £68m sticker price on Julian Weigl to stop Manchester City and PSG (Daily Mirror)

Energy Guardiola is considering a £60m offered for Wolves' Ruben Neves in January, after Manchester City missed out to Chelsea for Jorginho (The Sun)

Manchester City are prepared to take a seat with John Stones over expanding his £120k seven days bargain (The Sun)

Armory have still not gained any ground with Aaron Ramsey's new contract, starting feelings of dread over his future (The Sun)

Ruben Loftus-Cheek will hold standoff talks this week over his Chelsea future (The Sun)

Scotland full-back Andrew Robertson is in no hurry to sign another agreement at Liverpool, and there are probably not going to be exchanges this season about another arrangement for the 24-year-old (Liverpool Echo)

Liverpool and Belgium striker Divock Origi is an objective for Borussia Dortmund, yet the Bundesliga side are yet to make an offer for the 23-year-old (Liverpool Echo)

Alvaro Morata is inflexible he is at Chelsea for the whole deal after a late spring of tremendous vulnerability over his future (Daily Mail)

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham need to go to Manchester United and demonstrate they can be victors (Daily Mail)

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