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Manchester United is worried about Paul Pogba, Arsenal wants Ryan Fraser, Newcastle started Rafael Benitez in May, and Chelsea aims to keep Callum Hudson-Odoi.

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Arsenal give up Zaha

Arsenal has decided to focus its attention elsewhere because they can't afford the 80 million pounds that Crystal Palace wants for Wilfried Zaha, according to the Mirror. Unai Emery has only £ 45 million to spend in total so she aims instead to sign Ryan Fraser of Bournemouth. The 25-year-old Scottish national has only a year's leave for his current agreement and would cost around £ 20m.

View of Paper Round: The Arsenal would do well to a wing capable of playing in direct attack, and with Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, they have enough power to stay close to the goal. The success of their season is perhaps based on the fact that Mesut Ozil can return to its peak, with a limited transfer budget that hinders much for purchases.

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Departure of Benitez in May

The Daily Mail states that the former Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez knew he would leave the club in May, although the start was announced in late June. A meeting in May indicated that Benitez wanted to increase his salary, but the critical point was that Mike Ashley would give up little control over hiring since Benitez was willing to sign for just another year.

Footballer Rafa Benitez attends a press conference after signing a contract with Dalian Yifang Football Club on July 2, 2019 in Dalian, in the Chinese province of Liaoning.

Footballer Rafa Benitez attends a press conference after signing a contract with Dalian Yifang Football Club on July 2, 2019 in Dalian, in the Chinese province of Liaoning.Getty Images

View of Paper Round: At first glance, Ashley maintains control of transfers in front of this short term from Benitez is justifiable. It stops being justifiable in the context of Ashley's Newcastle story, where he has consistently failed to run the club competently. Benitez is not a great footballing charlatan to go around the clubs he runs, and treat him as such is an accusation of Ashley alone.

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Lampard aims to bind Hudson-Odoi

Frank Lampard wants Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at Chelsea and sign a new deal, despite wanting to join Bayern Munich in the winter. The Telegraph quotes Lampard saying, "I'm going to say I want to work with him, I want to move him forward. I want to improve him as a player and he can show right here at Chelsea, the club he came to the academy, which will be an absolute player world-class – because I really believe in it. "

View of Paper Round: Lampard is a smart man, and someone who can relate to a player what it means to play for Chelsea. Although there is something synthetic in their leap from the half table to European strength, it is worth remembering that Roman Abramovich treats players enough when they want to leave, as long as they engage in Chelsea first. Petr Cech, Thibaut Courtois, Nemanja Matic and Eden Hazard are all examples of this.

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