Transfer news round-up: Arsenal and Tottenham target Alen Halilovic expresses love for Premier League; Paul Pogba won't return to England anytime soon, despite Manchester City interest; Eddy Onazi likes Liverpool more than Everton

A look at some of the more eye opening recent rumours from around the web

Alen Halilovic, who is reportedly a target for Arsenal and Tottenham, has been expressing his love of English football to Gazzetta dell Sport. The Croatia international, who broke into the national team at just 17, has also been linked with moves to Germany or Italy, but he's being coy over where his future lies (or he simply doesn't know); “I don't want to say which is my favourite team, in case I'll join another one,” said the attacking midfielder.

Manchester City, Arsenal and his former club Manchester United, are all reportedly interested in bringing Paul Pogba back to the Premier League. However, according to the Daily Mail, Juventus aren't interested in letting the France international leave for at least another 18 months.

It would appear two goals against Romania are enough to secure you a transfer to Liverpool nowadays (or at least find yourself linked with a move). Greece international Kostas Mitroglou scored a brace in the recent World Cup play-off, and now he finds himself closing in on a £7m move to Anfield by The Mirror.

Eddy Onazi had been linked with a move to Everton, but TalkSPORT have quoted the Nigeria international as saying he would "jump at the chance" of a move to Liverpool. That won't go down well in the blue half of Merseyside.

Manchester United winger Luis Nani Manchester United winger Luis Nani Despite signing a new contract with Manchester United earlier this season, rumours about the future of Luis Nani continue to circulate. He's off to Serie A now apparently. with champions Juventus keen to bring the Portugal international in.

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