Elsewhere, Yaya Toure is close to joining a London club after his successful medical.

Panic takes over Europe, as just two days are left for the clubs to survive at least till January. Managers of clubs all over the continent are rushing to bolster their squads for the season.

The tension is growing

As per Daily Mail, Alexandre Lacazette is seriously considering his future at Arsenal and is ready to push for a move should an offer come in for him this week, according to Le 10 Sport.

The French striker became the club’s most expensive signing after joining from Lyon in a deal worth £53m last summer and scored 18 goals in his debut campaign at the Emirates Stadium.

However, Arsenal’s decision to spend £60m on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the January window pushed Lacazette out of the first XI – he has started all three of this season’s Premier League games on the bench.


Plying his trade in high castles yet again

Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 35, was close to signing for a club after the former Ivory Coast international passed a medical in London, his agent says.

“Toure has passed a medical in London. Yaya is close to signing a new contract,” Seluk, his agent, said on Tuesday evening.

According to Mirror, Toure is set to earn £2million a year after tax when the deal is completed, rejoining Olympiacos after being released by Manchester City this summer.

So he is finally staying?

Danny Rose is expected to stay at Tottenham until January and reject the chance of a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain or Marseille.

European clubs have until Friday to sign Premier League players and the Spurs left-back has emerged as a target for the two French clubs because of his lack of game time.

But it is understood Rose has impressed Pochettino with his response in training over the past week and the defender made his first appearance of the season in Spurs’ 3-0 win at Manchester United on Monday.


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Tottenham midfielder staying put

Turkish club Fenerbahce have insisted they are not trying to sign Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko.

Can he really play for the Blues again?

Kurt Zouma says his confidence hasn’t been affected by last season’s loan move to Stoke. 

The Frenchman missed just four Premier League games for the Potters but couldn’t save them from relegation to the Championship under two separate managers.

He was on fire in Russia

Nacer Chadli is sweating on his West Bromwich Albion future, with the Belgian international determined to quit the club before Friday’s deadline, reports the Telegraph.