Read Up “After rejecting Luton, Ashley Young may join Everton.” Young is currently a free agent after spending the initial part of his professional career playing for Luton’s fierce rivals Watford. Aston Villa released Young from his contract, therefore he is now available to play for any team.

The seasoned player, who is now 38 years old and has played for Manchester United, Aston Villa, and Inter Milan in the past, has made 39 appearances for England. In addition to those, the player has also played for England.

After Rejecting Luton, Ashley Young May Join Everton
After Rejecting Luton, Ashley Young May Join Everton

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Defenseman Luiz Felipe of Real Betis is a potential target for West Ham.

Betis, who play in the LaLiga, have placed a valuation of £17 million on Felipe, who represents Italy at the international level.

Ituano is a club in Brazil, the country in where Felipe was born and nurtured. It was in Brazil that he first began his career in the profession. After signing with the Serie A team Lazio when he was 19 years old, he moved to Betis in the summer of 2017 to play for their first team.

This summer, the Hammers have only been able to successfully accomplish one acquisition so far: the purchase of Sean Moore from the club Cliftonville in Northern Ireland. However, once the agreement for Declan Rice to join Arsenal has been confirmed, the club may go on a buying spree in order to find a player to replace Rice.

West Ham consider Luiz Felipe 'ideal' transfer as big bid tabled


Elye Wahi, a striker for Montpellier, is attracting interest from Chelsea.

The greatest player on the France Under-21 team was promoted to the first squad for Montpellier in 2020 and has scored 35 goals in 102 appearances for them since then. He is currently the captain of the France Under-21 team.

The player, who is only 20 years old, featured in three of France’s four matches in the Under-21 European Championship, which ultimately was won by England. France finished in second place.

Elye Wahi to Chelsea transfer talks with Montpellier