Friday’s Premier League Whispers: Cardiff target Brighton’s Glenn Murray and Dani Alves to Manchester City

Glenn Murray is wanted by Neil Warnock (getty)
Glenn Murray is wanted by Neil Warnock (getty)

Cardiff City are said to be weighing up a move for Brighton striker Glenn Murray.

Neil Warnock is huge admirer of the 35-year-old striker and believes he could be the man to fire Cardiff back into the Premier at the first attempt. (reports WalesOnline).

Murray, who has one-year remaining on his contract, previously worked with Warnock, 70, at Crystal Palace.

Both Manchester clubs continue to target Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes. A transfer came a step closer as Sporting Lisbon seem close to signing his replacement - Palermo’s Macedonian Aleksandar Trajkovski.

Inter Milan must pay £75m to land Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku (according to The Sun). Inter’s sporting director Piero Ausilio has been in the UK this week to try and conclude a deal.

Leicester have joined the race to bring Samdoria’s Dennis Praet to the Premier League. Arsenal previously had a bid rejected for the 25-year-old, who Samdoria value at around £15m

Newcastle have told Manchester United they must pay a huge £50m to land English midfielder Sean Longstaff. The Telegraph report that the Old Trafford club value the 21-year-old at around £20m.

And Manchester City are set to bring Brazilian right back Dani Alves to the club. The 36-year-old is the most decorated footballer in history and is available on a free transfer, reports the Daily Mail.