Transfer Update: Ralph Hasenhuttl Southampton Manager Discharges speculation Amid Kyle Walker-Peters link to Chelsea

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Ralph Hasenhuttl has dropped to discuss a Kyle Walker-Peters move in the midst of interest from Southampton’s Premier League rivals Chelsea.

Walker-Peters is perceived to be among the wing-back choices being considered by Chelsea, yet Saints manager Hasenhuttl stays unaffected by any hypothesis.

Hasenhuttl demanded Saints will zero in completely on their Premier League opener at Tottenham on Saturday, with the Austrian supervisor previously absorbing six newcomers on the south coast.

When tested on rivals looking at a move for Walker-Peters, Hasenhuttl answered: ‘Before we go now through each player who perhaps has interest from another person, we ought to perhaps focus on the games ahead.

‘The exchange window is currently still open for quite a while, and this is the kind of thing that will influence your inquiries later on.

‘Yet, for me it’s more essential to carry the players into the shape to contend in the Premier League, and this is the center I have.’

Officers midfielder Joe Aribo, youthful Bordeaux forward Sekou Mara and 18-year-old Manchester City celebrity Romeo Lavia are all among Saints’ newcomers.

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu has likewise shown up from City and could play a major part regardless of his general youthful age of 20 for a plug.

Holy people stayed on the lookout for one more expansion front and center, yet Hasenhuttl ignored ideas of a move for Chelsea’s Timo Werner, his old RB Leipzig player.

At the point when gotten some information about a potential credit bargain for Werner, Hasenhuttl answered: ‘Pleasant attempt!

‘In any case, as I said previously, I’m not here today to talk about different players.

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‘We realize there are a few decent players out there.

‘We have our eyes open, the exchange market is open for an additional 30 days or something like that.

‘That is too lengthy certainly; we have done well up until this point, yet it doesn’t mean we would rather not rehash well in different positions as well.

‘Be that as it may, it’s currently a second to focus on the games and this for me is more significant.

‘In any case, for the time being we are eager to begin the Premier League season. It will be an exceptionally extreme game at Tottenham, however we are extremely energized.

‘The sort of players we have marked, we have found in the past it can require a players an investment to adjust to the Premier League.

‘Some will require longer, yet we additionally realize some will actually want to have an effect straight away.’

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