Sunday's Transfer Gossip: Dalot, Locatelli, Abraham, Ronaldo, Rice, Conte, Schmeichel, Rabiot, Gakpo

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

  • Barcelona’s search for a right-back has led them to Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot, with the 23-year-old Portugal international’s contract at Old Trafford due to expire at the end of the season.

 

  • Arsenal have suffered a major blow in their pursuit for Juventus star Manuel Locatelli, 24, after the Italian midfielder decided to stay in Turin.
  • Roma’s English striker Tammy Abraham, 25, says “you never know the future” when asked about his former club Chelsea’s reported buy-back clause.

 

  • Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, is being offered an escape route out of Manchester United in the shape of a potential move to Inter Miami, the club co-owned by his former team-mate David Beckham. 

 

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  • Liverpool have a strong interest in 23-year-old West Ham midfielder Declan Rice and could look to try to sign the England international next year.

 

  • Liverpool were in the race to sign Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma, 26, in the summer before he eventually joined Tottenham from Brighton.

 

  • Paris St-Germain are working on a return to the club for Adrien Rabiot, 27, with the French midfielder due to end his contract with Juventus next summer.

 

  • Nice’s Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, 35, could be on the move again in the January transfer window, only six months after leaving Leicester.

 

  • Leeds have agreed personal terms with Cody Gakpo and are now working on a fee with PSV Eindhoven for the 23-year-old Dutch winger who had also interested Manchester United.
  • Tottenham are offering manager Antonio Conte a new deal worth more than £20m a year and want something formalised with the Italian before the January transfer window opens.

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