Transfer gossip: Sancho, Cahill, Sarri, Malcom, Janssen, Valencia

Football gossip

Manchester United are monitoring Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, who left Manchester City to join the German club, with a view to making a summer move for the 18-year-old England international. (Metro)external-link

Chelsea's English defender Gary Cahill, 33, turned down moves to Juventus, Monaco and Fulham on transfer deadline day. (Sky Sports)external-link

Arsenal pulled out of a deadline-day deal for Barcelona's 21-year-old Brazilian winger Malcom. (Mirror)external-link

Talks between Schalke and Tottenham for Spurs' Netherlands striker Vincent Janssen, 24, fell through on Thursday. (Football.London)external-link

Manchester United and Ecuador defender Antonio Valencia, 33, turned down the chance to join Fulham and Newcastle United. (Sun)external-link

Southampton turned down loan offers from four Premier League clubs for striker Charlie Austin, 29. (Sky Sports)external-link

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri refused to travel on the team bus following his side's 4-0 loss at Bournemouth on Wednesday. (Mail)external-link

Sarri asked the Blues players if he was the cause of their poor recent away form during a lengthy team meeting following the defeat by the Cherries. (Times - subscription required)external-link

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard was singled out for criticism during the meeting, with Sarri accusing the 28-year-old Belgium international of failing to follow instructions. (Telegraph)external-link

Manchester City are set to open talks about a contract extension with England midfielder Fabian Delph, 29. (Sun) external-link

Udinese have ended their interest in Derby's English midfielder Tom Huddlestone, 32. (Derby Telegraph)external-link

Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah will remain at Emirates Stadium after a potential loan move to Augsburg fell through for the 19-year-old England Under-21 forward. (Football.London)external-link

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk said he could sense the nervousness at Anfield during the Premier League leaders' 1-1 draw with Leicester City - but the Netherlands international, 27, added that the anxiety is "not really necessary at the moment". (Guardian)external-link

Tottenham and South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 26, believes his team can beat Liverpool and Manchester City to the title. (Express)external-link

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