Daily Transfer News – 18 June 2016 Daily Transfer News – 18 June 2016. Wanyama set to join Tottenham, Vardy to rule out Arsenal move, Manchester United target Draxler, Liverpool linked with Kovacic. Posted by:Junaid Effendi Posted date: Saturday, June 18, 2016 /comment : 0 Victor Wanyama set to join Tottenham, Jamie Vardy to rule out Arsenal move, Manchester United target Julian Draxler, Liverpool linked with Mateo Kovacic and much more in today’s news roundup. Embed from Getty Images Victor Wanyama set to join Tottenham Victor Wanyama is set to leave Southampton for a possible move to London side Tottenham Hotspur, as per SkySports. Mauricio Pochettino is keen to reunite with his former player at White Hart Lane. Read Full Story Liverpool in talks with Jonathan Tah Liverpool are in talks with Bayern Leverkusen for their defender Jonathan Tah, as per Daily Star. The center-back was called for the German squad in the ending days as a replacement of Antonio Rudiger who suffered a knee injury. Also Read: Premier League Transfer News! Also Read: Daily Transfer News – 17 June 2016 Jamie Vardy likely to prefer Leicester stay Arsenal target Jamie Vardy is expected to prefer to stay at Leicester City, according to club’s chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha. Arsenal made a £20million offer earlier this month but the reports strongly believe that the Englishman could be staying at the English Champions. Read Full Story Manchester United target Julian Draxler Manchester United are keeping tabs on Wolfsburg forward Julian Draxler, according to latest reports. The German attacker was linked with move to Arsenal last summer prior to his move to Wolfsburg from Schalke 04. Liverpool linked with Mateo Kovacic Liverpool have been linked with Real Madrid player Mateo Kovacic, as per latest reports from Daily Star. The reports claimed that Reds manager Jurgen Klopp could seal the move for £23.5million. Columinst: Junaid Effendi, is the Chief Editor of Football News Guru. He writes Transfer News and all the match related articles. See all his articles. Follow him: Share !