- Date of Birth: 26 November 1990
- Birthplace: Longsight, Longsight, Manchester, England
- Position: Forward
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Former Manchester United and Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck has returned to the Premier League with Brighton & Hove Albion.
Championship side Watford have confirmed that Danny Welbeck has parted ways with the club through a mutual agreement.
The summer transfer window in 2019 closed for Premier League clubs at 5pm on 8th August. While some managers will be happy with their squads, others will be wishing they had a bit more time – and even looking forward to the window re-opening in January.
Former Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck is struggling to find a new club owing to his current £100,000-a-week wage demands, a report from The Sun claims.
Newcastle United have wrapped up a deal to sign Hoffenheim striker Joelinton today for a fee of 35 million euros. The German club have decided to cash in on the Brazilian striker and Premier League side Newcastle have agreed a fee and will now discuss personal terms with the striker.
Arsenal have reportedly agreed personal terms with Lorient's Alexis Claude-Maurice, and they are now aiming to finalise a transfer fee for his services.
Belgium international Yannick Ferreira Carrasco has hinted that he could a return to European football this summer amid interest from the likes of Arsenal.
Liverpool and Arsenal have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race to sign French forward Moussa Dembele from Lyon.
Out of contract attacker, Danny Welbeck looks set to make a move to another Premier League side once his contract with Arsenal expires on June 1st, and it is understood that Everton is the new favourites to secure the England international's signature. Welbeck has admitted that he is interested in a transfer to Goodison Park in the past.
Everton have reportedly emerged as the front-runners to secure the signature of Danny Welbeck when his Arsenal contract expires this summer.