Friday’s Transfer Gossip: Guardiola, Haaland, Wylie, Musiala, Ronaldo, Kante

Friday's Transfer Gossip: Guardiola, Haaland, Wylie, Musiala, Ronaldo, Kante

Football Transfer News: Summer transfer closed but, Clubs are still negotiating a possible move ahead of winter window .

  • Pep Guardiola believes the brilliance of Erling Haaland is allowing another attacking “weapon” in Julian Alvarez to settle quietly and effectively at Manchester City.


  • Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly not part of the leadership group that’s been forged at Manchester United.


  • Arsenal are leading the chase for Rangers youngster Jack Wylie, according to a report.
  • Liverpool are weighing up a move for Germany’s Bayern Munich midfielder Jamal Musiala.


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  • Bournemouth expect to announce that the club is to be sold to American investor Bill Foley for around £120 million, with the 77-year-old in Dorset on Thursday to watch the first team train ahead of an agreement with Russian-British businessman Maxim Demin.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo could be offered an exit route from Manchester United by Galatasaray, according to reports.


  • England will go into the World Cup without a win in their past six matches and facing what is officially the toughest group in the tournament.


  • Trevoh Chalobah believes Reece James might just be the world’s best right-back.


  • Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has confirmed that his club held discussions over signing Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer – but opted against a move.


  • N’Golo Kante has reportedly been offered a shock switch to Arsenal or Tottenham.


  • Erling Haaland reportedly earns just shy of an eye-watering £900,000 per week at Manchester City.


  • Matt O’Riley insists Celtic must learn fast to get ruthless and go for the Champions League kill.

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