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Chelsea forward Armando Broja could be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge this month on loan, as West Ham seek to add attacking reinforcements to their squad. The January transfer window tends to throw up a few surprises, and despite Broja's recent appearances in the Premier League for Chelsea, the Hammers could swoop to sign the talented forward.
West Ham United have opened talks with Arsenal to sign midfielder Emile Smith Rowe on an initial loan deal, according to The Telegraph.
Manchester City have confirmed the signing of Jeremy Doku from Rennes on a five-year contract.
Chelsea are set to miss out on signing Rennes winger Jeremy Doku, according to Foot Mercato.
Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino has said that the Blues need to be more clinical in front of goal following the defeat at West Ham United.
Man City's proposed transfer move to sign Brazil and West Ham midfielder Lucas Paqueta has collapsed at the last minute, as the player now insists that he wants to stay with the Hammers. The talented playmaker has decided that now is the time to stay put and now City will need to go back to the transfer market to find alternative transfers.
West Ham United are in talks to sign Ajax attacker Mohammed Kudus, who has also been linked with Arsenal and Chelsea.
West Ham star Lucas Paqueta has been identified by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola as a potential replacement for Bernardo Silva, who has been linked with a transfer to Saudi Arabia, Paris St Germain or Barcelona. Paqueta helped the Hammers to Europe Conference League success last season and started to show flashes of brilliance that persuaded the Irons to spend close to £42 million for the midfielder.
Lucas Paqueta has wrapped up a move to West Ham, signing a long-term contract at the club yesterday, and smashing the club's previous transfer record. The player arrives at the London Stadium from Ligue 1 side Lyon, and the Hammers had reportedly beaten Arsenal and Chelsea in securing a deal for the Brazilian international.
Manchester United have no plans of losing Scott McTominay on a temporary basis this summer, The Mail report.