LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 02: Merchandise is sold outside thr ground during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Everton FC at Anfield on December 2, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Manchester United target West Ham United star; Liverpool board to overrule Klopp over transfer demand; Inter Milan want Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil

Arsenal Legend Nigel Winterburn feels Manchester United need to target Marko Arnautovic – but that the West Ham United star will come at a price, according to Daily Star via Bristol Post.

He said: “Arnautovic has that bit of arrogance about him, and has switched to the center-forward role.

“He’s got undoubted talent, but it’s always difficult when as a player you’re linked to a big club.

“The only way he’ll go is if the money offered for him is substantial money, which West Ham could reject.

“The player could throw his toys out the pram, and refuse to play, which can be frustrating for the supporters.

“He’s playing at a high level at this time for the club, and as a player he’s at a smaller club than Manchester United.”

Reports suggest Jurgen Klopp could be overruled in his attempts to keep Fabinho at Liverpool.

The former Monaco star has struggled to adapt to life at Liverpool, with a move to PSG being mooted.

Whilst Klopp rubbished that rumour and wants to keep the player,  the Reds board could well overrule him and send Fabinho out on loan.

The Sun reports that Mesut Ozil will be offered the chance to leave Arsenal for Inter Milan.

Ozil has found himself on the bench for some matches this season and has recently drawn criticism from fans for his performances.

The Gunners are now willing to let Ozil leave, despite signing a new contract earlier this year.