Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest transfer news in La Liga on Monday, October 5.
Monday morning's La Liga transfer talk news roundup:
Chelsea have reportedly identified Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey as a possible alternative to Declan Rice.
The Blues are understood to be willing to do one more deal in their big-spending summer and regard West Ham United's Rice as their top target.
However, the Hammers are demanding more than £80m for the England international, forcing Chelsea to consider other options.
The Guardian reports that Thomas is one of the names on their shortlist, despite heavy speculation linking him with a move to Arsenal.
The Gunners are keen to sign either Thomas or Houssem Aouar before Monday's deadline, but have so far been unable to agree a fee for either midfielder.
Thomas is available for £45m due to a release clause in his contract, making him a cheaper option for Chelsea than Rice.
Manchester United have reportedly been given the chance to sign Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele for £60m.
The Premier League giants are assessing their options in the transfer market having so far refused to pay Borussia Dortmund's £108m valuation of Jadon Sancho.
While United would be open to signing Dembele on a season-long loan deal, Barcelona would prefer to cash in on the France international.
According to The Mirror, the Catalan giants would be willing to sell Dembele for £60m before Monday's transfer deadline.
The 23-year-old's development at Camp Nou has been hindered due to injuries, a factor which is likely to leave United against meeting Barcelona's demands.
Alex Telles and Edinson Cavani are also being heavily linked with a transfer to Old Trafford.
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Juan Foyth signs new Spurs deal, moves to Villarreal on loan
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