Transfer news LIVE: Dele Alli in PSG talks, Mbappe LATEST with Liverpool and Real Madrid interest, Luis Suarez updates – The Sun

THE transfer window rolls on in spectacular fashion.

Dele Alli has 'opened talks' over a stunning loan move to PSG, while we have the latest on Luis Suarez's switch away from the Nou Camp.

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    Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly set for crunch talks with Frank Lampard over his future at the club.

    The 19-year-old has featured in just ten minutes of Premier League football this season in the opening two games.

    Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech’s arrival in West London have only pushed the player – who has started just once since June – further down the pecking order.

    And according to The Athletic, Hudson-Odoi has grown frustrated by his lack of first team opportunities.

    They state that his representatives will speak to the Blues, where they will ask what role he will have under Lampard this campaign.

    With the European Championship to take place next summer, Hudson-Odoi is seeking regular football as he looks to be named in Gareth Southgate‘s squad.


    Manchester United target Nicolas Tagliafico has reportedly been offered a new contract to stay at Ajax.

    De Telegraaf claims the left-back has received a lucrative fresh deal from director of football Marc Overmars.

    Ajax are keen to keep Tagliafico after SunSport exclusively revealed the 28-year-old has emerged as a target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    United had been weighing up a move for Porto star Alex Telles, who has entered the final year of his deal.

    But negotiations are progressing slowly and Tagliafico is now in Solskjaer’s sights, with a deal worth £23million mooted.

    However, Ajax are ready to scupper United’s plans by tying Tagliafico down to a new long-term contract.

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