With just two weeks remaining until the transfer window closes in what has been a historic summer of spending, Premier League clubs are still looking to do business. Between them, clubs have spent more than £1 billion (about $1.29 billion) in the league over the past two months as many continue to break their own records. But still they keep going. After the opening weekend of the Premier League managers discovered the changes they needed to address, so here Newsweek guides you through all the news and whispers around the transfer market: Chelsea is preparing a £50 million ($64m) offer for Tottenham left-back Danny Rose, according to The Sun. The Englishman, who was outspoken on a recent interview
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that it is a distinct possibility that Alexis Sanchez will leave the club for free next summer. The Gunners boss says there has been no progress made in reaching a renewal for the 28-year-old attacker, whose deal is up next June, though that will not stop Wenger playing the Chilean. Alexis has been linked with PSG and Manchester City still consider him a top target, and Wenger has now accepted that his star man is all set to leave for nothing.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is set to make a summer swoop for Manchester City defender Elaquim Mangala. The Croat is keen to bolster his sides backline following their opening day drubbing to Manchester United and sees Mangala as the perfect man to fill the void. ESPN have reported that the France International is being targeted by the Hammers, who are set to be rivalled by Inter to complete a loan deal. The 26-year-old joined City in 2014 after an impressive spell at Porto for a fee of £31m but struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League making a number of high profile errors. Despite featuring 64 times in all competitions, Mangala found himself out of new manager Pep Guardiola's plans at