Friday’s Transfer Gossip: Sterling, Ndidi, Bale, Kulusevski, Van de Beek

Friday's Transfer Gossip: Sterling, Ndidi, Bale, Kulusevski, Van de Beek

  • Manchester City are willing to sell forward Raheem Sterling and value the 26-year-old England international at around £45m. (Metro)


  • Barcelona would be keen to take Sterling on loan in January but are also interested in RB Leipzig’s Spanish midfielder Dani Olmo, 23. (Marca – in Spanish)


  • New Barcelona boss Xavi will have less than €10m (£8.6m) to spend on strengthening his squad in January. (ESPN)


  • Newcastle are targeting three Manchester United players in January – Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 24, England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 28, and English goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 24. (Mirror)


  • Real Madrid want Leicester’s Nigeria international defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, 24, in January. (Leicestershire Live, via Fichajes)


  • Tottenham are not planning a move for Wales and Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale, despite reports linking the 32-year-old with a return to north London. (Football London)


  • Spurs are interested in signing 21-year-old Juventus and Sweden winger Dejan Kulusevski. (Calciomercato – in Italian)


  • Arsenal are also looking at Kulusevski, who has been out of favour at Juventus this season. (Sky Italy – in Italian)


  • Chelsea officials have growing fears that they will lose defender Antonio Rudiger on a free transfer next summer with contract talks at an impasse.(Daily express)


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  • Chelsea have reportedly been told they will need to find £42m to beat Manchester City, Juventus and Real Madrid to the signature of Monaco’s in-demand midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni.(The sun)


  • League Two side Barrow have been unable to get in contact with striker Dimitri Sea after he failed to return to training from a brief spell back at home in France.(The sun)


  • Paris Saint-Germain’s women’s team will train behind closed doors on Friday and they have also cancelled their planned press conference following the arrest of Aminata Diallo in connection to an attack on a team-mate.(The sun)


  • Newcastle United are confident they will be able to agree sponsorship deals with Saudi Arabian companies by the end of November and will soon have all Sports Direct branding removed from St James’ Park.(Daily mail)


  • Everton have placed chief medic Danny Donachie on leave, with boss Rafa Benitez ordering a review of the club’s medical department in the wake of a series of long-term injuries.(Daily mail)


  • West Ham will trigger an extension to defender Angelo Ogbonna’s contract if he is ruled out for the rest of the season with a cruciate ligament injury.(The sun)


  • French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, 22, wants to stay at Marseille when his loan from Arsenal ends. (RMC, via Mirror)


  • German midfielder Mesut Ozil, 33, has been told to focus on football rather than “commercial interests” by Fenerbahce president Ali Koc. (Fenerbache TV, via Goal)


  • Gareth Southgate has been offered a double-your-money £6m contract to remain as England manager but the FA fears there will be Premier League suitors after Qatar 2022 if a deal is not agreed in time.(The sun)


  • Manchester United hope to steal AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie from under the nose of Barcelona on a free transfer next summer.(The sun)


  • Barcelona will not be re-signing 38-year-old Brazilian right-back Dani Alves, who is a free agent and was linked with the club. (Goal)


  • Arsenal are interested in RB Leipzig and USA midfielder Tyler Adams, 22. (Mirror, via Sport Bild)


  • Fenerbahce’s 23-year-old Hungarian central defender Attila Szalai is wanted by both Chelsea and Atletico Madrid. (CNN Turk, in Turkish)

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