Friday's Transfer Gossip: Wan-Bissaka, Origi, Kane, Raphinha, Lukaku, Chiellini, Bissouma, Cavani

  • Manchester United have offered English defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 24, to at least one club and are also willing to sell England Under-21 defender Brandon Williams, 21. (Manchester Evening News)


  • AC Milan are getting ready to announce the signing of Belgium forward Divock Origi, 27, who has said his farewells at Liverpool. (Fabrizio Romano, Twitter)


  • Tottenham forward and England captain Harry Kane, 28, could now sign a new deal to stay at the club. (GiveMeSport)


  • Italian side Salernitana are interested in signing Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani, 35, who is looking for a new club after being released by Manchester United. (Mail)


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  • Bournemouth must pay Liverpool £15m if they want to turn Nathaniel Phillips‘ loan move into a permanent deal. The 25-year-old English defender played 17 games for the Cherries last season, helping them win promotion to the Premier League. (Liverpool Echo)


  • Relegated Burnley’s Netherlands striker Wout Weghorst, 29, is wanted by Turkish side Besiktas, with the two clubs in advanced talks about a transfer. (Maurice Fereira, Twitter)


  • Blackburn Rovers are considering appointing Everton first-team coach Duncan Ferguson and former Toffees defender David Unsworth as their new management team. (CaughtOffside, Twitter)


  • Leeds United will not accept a bid of under £60m for Brazil winger Raphinha, 25, who has been strongly linked with a move to Barcelona.(The Athletic – subscription required)


  • Liverpool’s Senegal forward Sadio Mane, 30, says he will do what the people want in response to an online poll in Senegal which found 60-70% of people want him to leave the Reds. (Sky Sports)


  • Tottenham and Chelsea are competing to sign RB Leipzig and Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol, 20. (Mail)


  • Bayern Munich’s France midfielder Corentin Tolisso, 27, could move to the Premier League when his contract expires at the end of June. (ESPN)


  • Experienced Juventus and Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini, 37, is set to move to the United States to sign with Los Angeles FC.(Sky Sports Italia)


  • Monaco will try to sign Brighton’s Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma, 25, as a replacement when France midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni, 22, leaves. Tchouameni has attracted attention from Real Madrid, Paris St-Germain and Liverpool. (Talksport)


  • Brentford are preparing to make relegated Watford an offer for £20m-rated Nigeria forward Emmanuel Dennis, 24. (Sun)


  • Chelsea’s Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, 29, is willing to take a wage cut to return to Inter Milan, who he left 10 months ago to join the Blues for a club record £97.5m. (Telegraph – subscription required)


  • Tottenham’s Netherlands winger Steven Bergwijn, 24, is wanted by Ajax who are ready to offer the former PSV Eindhoven player a contract until 2027. (De Telegraaf – in Dutch, subscription required)


  • Spurs will demand £21.4m for Bergwijn, while Manchester United could also be interested as new manager Erik ten Hag was at Ajax when their interest in Bergwijn began. (ESPN)

Wednesday's Transfer Gossip: Hazard, Sarr, Saliba, Osimhen, Jesus, Suarez, Bale, Cavani, Kounde

  • Belgium forward Eden Hazard, 31, has ruled out a summer departure from Real Madrid, insisting he is desperate to “show everyone what I can do” after an injury-plagued three years with Real. (Goal)


  • Everton and Crystal Palace both want to sign Watford and Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr, but Newcastle have ended their interest in the 24-year-old. (Football Insider)


  • Arsenal and France defender William Saliba, 21, will be part of the Gunners squad for next season after impressing during a loan spell at Marseille. (Evening Standard)


  • English full-back Ryan Fredericks, 29, is leaving West Ham after the club missed their deadline to offer him a new deal. (Football Insider)


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  • West Ham are lining up a move for Nottingham Forest’s English defender Joe Worrall, 25, should the Championship side fail to win promotion in Saturday’s play-off final at Wembley. (Evening Standard)


  • Manchester United should sign Norwich City’s 22-year-old English right-back Max Aarons, says ex-United defender Rio Ferdinand. (Independent)


  • West Ham are continuing to hold talks with Rennes over a deal for Morocco central defender Nayef Aguerd, 26, and are close to agreeing a fee. (90 min)


  • Atletico Madrid and Brazil left-back Renan Lodi, 24, is on Newcastle United’s radar with the player’s camp believing the Magpies have a ‘great project’. (Chronicle)


  • Arsenall have held talks over a move for Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 23, and are also continuing their attempts to land Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus, 25, from Manchester City. (Goal)


  • Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel is set to have £200m to spend this summer as Todd Boehly’s takeover is on the brink of completion after the Premier League formally announced he had passed its ownership checks. (Telegraph, subscription required)


  • Brazil winger Raphinha, 25, has told Leeds United’s directors he wants to play for Barcelona, who had a £30m bid for him rejected earlier this year. (Sport)


  • Uruguay striker Luis Suarez, 35, could move to David Beckham’s Major League Soccer side Inter Miami after being released by Atletico Madrid. (Independent)


  • Italian Serie A side Salernitana “would love to sign” outgoing Manchester United and Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 35, according to Salernitana club president Danilo Iervolino. (Manchester Evening News)


  • Wales forward Gareth Bale, 32, was offered to Atletico Madrid on a free transfer, but they turned him down. Bale is set to leave Atletico’s rivals Real Madrid in the summer. (Marca)


  • Slovakia goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, 33, wants to stay at Newcastle, despite the club being linked with moves for Manchester United and England goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 25, and Chelsea and Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 27. (Chronicle)


  • Sevilla and France defender Jules Kounde, 23, and Croatia and RB Leipzig centre-half Josko Gvardiol, 20, are on Chelsea’s eight-player shortlist of potential summer signings. (Telegraph, subscription needed)


  • Newcastle United are keen to sign Leeds United’s English winger Jack Harrison, 25, and could also bid again for Lille’s Dutch centre back Sven Botman, 22. (Telegraph, subscription needed)


  • Aston Villa have joined Everton in wanting to sign Burnley’s 29-year-old English centre-half James Tarkowski, with the defender available on a free transfer. (Times, subscription needed)

Who Could Be Snatched On Bargain

The 2022 summer transfer window is gearing up to be one of the most memorable of all time.

There are heaps of top players out of contract and with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic still being felt by many top clubs, transfer fees are out of fashion.

There’s bound to be lots of moving and shaking.

If you are struggling to keep track of all the players who might be on the move, we don’t blame you.

Here are some of the top stars who could be snatched on bargain deals next season.


1. Kylian Mbappe

All the noise coming out of Paris Saint-Germain suggests that Kylian Mbappe will not be extending his deal.

Barring a dramatic last-minute twist, Real Madrid will be the ones securing Mbappe’s signature.


2. Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba must be sick to death of people discussing his future.

The bad news is things are only getting started.

Real and PSG are long time admirers, as are former club Juventus.

Could he even be tempted to stay at Old Trafford?


3. Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala has been linked with a move away from Juventus for an eternity.

This summer, the prophecy will finally be realised with Juve confirming his departure in March.

United have been perennially mentioned as a possible destination but they will not be the only club interested.


Read Also: Wednesday’s Transfer Gossip: Hazard, Salah, Dybala, Kessie, Jovic


4. Ousmane Dembele

Now 24, Ousmane Dembele needs to start consistently producing to avoid being pigeonholed as a player who came nowhere close to fulfilling their potential.

Barcelona were keen to tie him down to a new deal in January but talks broke down. Despite this, don’t be surprised if they make a last-ditch attempt to keep him.


5. Franck Kessie

Franck Kessie appeared in the Champions League for the first time ever after he helped Milan secure an impressive second-placed Serie A finish last season.

This put him in the shop window ahead of a potential move, with Barcelona very close to confirming his arrival.


6. Andrea Belotti

Andrea Belotti has shown remarkable loyalty to Torino over the years,

but as he approaches his 30s he will be acutely aware that time is running out for him to secure a high-profile move.

There would be no shortage of suitors, with Belotti notching double figures goals in each of his past six Serie A seasons.

7. Andreas Christensen

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel seems to be a fan of Andreas Christensen – but as of yet he has not got around to extending his contract.

Barcelona are prowling and the Blues are pretty resigned to losing the Dane at this point.


8. Antonio Rudiger

Christensen is not the only Chelsea defender with an uncertain future.

Antonio Rudiger’s deal is also expiring.

Like Christensen, Tuchel seems to be a fan of his fellow German but for now he seems set to be snapped up on a free at the end of the season.


9. Alexandre Lacazette

Alexandre Lacazette’s recent upturn in form could convince Arsenal to stop him from walking away for free in the summer.

If not, former club Lyon and Newcastle could be interested.


10. Jesse Lingard

Prior to his loan move to West Ham last January, the idea of Jesse Lingard getting a new Manchester United contract was farcical.

After seriously impressing in east London, though, Lingard might just have a future at Old Trafford

– depending on their managerial situation. Even if he doesn’t sign a new deal, there will be a long queue of clubs trying to secure his signature next summer.


11. Gareth Bale

Who knows what Gareth Bale will get up to when his Real deal expires.

Join the PGA Tour – 10/1. Have a very relaxing time at Cardiff City – 8/1. Retire from club football and focus on Wales – Evens.


12. Isco

Isco has been a bit-part player for some time at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Real’s break from spending did not even help him get more minutes this term and he is expected to leave at the end of the season.


13. Sergi Roberto

Sergi Roberto is among a long list of players on the chopping block at Barcelona and seems likely to depart at the end of his contract.


14. Corentin Tolisso

At a club as dominant as Bayern there are always bound to be one or two players lost in the shuffle.

This has often been the case for Corentin Tolisso and he will likely fancy moving somewhere where he can be top dog.


15. Federico Bernardeschi

Federico Bernardeschi’s days at Juventus could be numbered.


16. Mats Hummels

Cracks are starting to show in the once rock-solid Mats Hummels.

He is not finished though and could make a tidy addition should Dortmund choose to start their inevitable post-Erling Haaland rebuild without him.


17. Luka Modric

Luka Modric will be closing in on 37 when his Real contract expires, but the Ballon d’Or winner definitely has a few more years left in the tank at the top level.

Real would like to keep him around too.

18. Matthias Ginter

Matthias Ginter has established himself as one of the Bundesliga’s most reliable centre-backs over the past few years.

With his contract up in the summer, several European clubs will be sniffing around but they may as well not bother.

We all know he’s ending up at Bayern Munich.


19. James Tarkowski

James Tarkowski has been keen on a fresh challenge for some time and with his Burnley contract expiring soon, he might finally get his wish.

Long-term suitors Leicester City might be tempted, but they have signed Jannik Vestergaard recently.


20. Andre Onana

Inter seem to have won the race for Andre Onana as they search for Samir Handanovic’s long-term successor.


21. Boubacar Kamara

He may have missed out on a Premier League move in summer 2021,

but Boubacar Kamara will have no shortage of interested clubs when his contract expires in 2022.

A dynamic and relentless ball-winner whose passing is impressive too, the 22-year-old has all the skills to excel at the top level.


22. Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez proved he still has plenty to give during the 2020/21 season as his goals fired Atletico Madrid to an unlikely La Liga title.

However, his scoring has tailed off badly this term. Will he still have enough in the tank for the 2022/23 season? Time will tell.


23. Angel Di Maria

Angel Di Maria is part of a stacked forward line at Paris Saint-Germain and his chances of securing regular minutes during the 2022/23 season are remote.

He is not getting any younger either and may favour a move in the summer.


24. Noussair Mazraoui

Barcelona will be hoping it’s second time lucky for them and Ajax right-backs.

With Sergino Dest failing to impress, Noussair Mazraoui is seemingly on his way to Camp Nou.


25. Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen only signed a short-term deal until the end of the season at Brentford.

Should he keep on impressing, the Bees will face stiff competition to keep hold of the midfielder.


26. Edinson Cavani

Edinson Cavani was on a roll at the end of the 2020/21 season but injuries and increased competition for places have limited his influence this campaign.

He may be 35 now, but he can still contribute at the top level.


27. Marcelo

The days of Marcelo being the best left-back on the planet have sadly come and gone.

A return to his homeland with Fluminense looks most likely.


28. Luiz Felipe

Called up to the Italian national team in March, Brazil-born Luiz Felipe could be on his way out of Lazio at the end of the season.

There are several top clubs on the lookout for a new defender this summer and he could fit the bill.


29. Juan Cuadrado

Juan Cuadrado has rarely let Juventus down over the past few seasons.

But as he is getting on a bit, the Turin giants may wish to bring in a younger face.


30. Ivan Perisic

Ivan Perisic has played some of the best football of his career at wing-back for Inter this season.

Any clubs looking for someone to fill that role would definitely be interested in a move for the Croatia international.

Sunday's Transfer Gossip: Azpilicueta, Ten Hag, Tolisso, Haaland, Cavani, Firmino

  • Chelsea’s Cesar Azpilicueta, 32, has an agreement in principle to join Barcelona on a free transfer when the Spain defender’s contract expires this summer. (Sport)


  • New Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold is backing Ralf Rangnick’s pursuit of Ajax coach Erik ten Hag as their next permanent boss, despite many of their players wanting Paris St-Germain’s Mauricio Pochettino. (Sun)


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  • Bayern Munich are keen to keep Newcastle target Corentin Tolisso and plan to offer the France midfielder, 27, a new contract. (Chronicle)


  • Manchester City are in pole position to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Haaland – thanks to his father and former City player Alf Inge Haaland – when the Norway striker, 21, becomes available for £68m in the summer. (Football Insider)


  • Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has heightened speculation that his ideal next job will be in the Manchester area after finding a new home in Cheshire’s ‘football belt’. (Sun)


  • West Ham are delaying making their donation to the RSPCA until the probe into Kurt Zouma’s shameful cat-kicking video is concluded.(Mail)


  • Real Madrid want to exercise the buy-back clause they put into the deal when Tottenham signed wing-back Sergio Reguilon in 2020.(Mirror)


  • Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp appears to have dropped a huge clue over the future of forward Sadio Mane after conceding “clubs think differently” about a player’s age nowadays.(Mirror)


  • Jose Mourinho is determined to add Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka to his AS Roma squad in the summer after multiple previous failed bids.(Mirror)


  • Chelsea are mulling over a summer move for in-form Brighton star Adam Webster as they prepare themselves for a defensive shake-up.(Mirror)


  • Borussia Dortmund are closing on a deal to sign Red Bull Salzburg striker Karim Adeyemi in another sign that they are preparing for life without Erling Haaland. (Express)


  • Edinson Cavani is expected to leave Manchester United when his contract expires this summer and the Uruguay striker, 34, favours a move to Spain over returning to South America. (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Real Madrid’s bid to sign Haaland could be boosted by Adidas, who are looking to represent the striker following the conclusion of his contract with Nike in January. (Bild, via Marca)


  • Liverpool are set to offer Brazil forward Roberto Firmino, 30, a new contract. (Football Insider)


  • Lyon are still waiting to hear whether Jason Denayer, 26, will accept their offer of a new deal, while Barcelona, ​​Newcastle, Juventus and Napoli have made inquiries about the Belgium defender, who is out of contract this summer. (Het Nieuwsblad – in Dutch)


  • Paris St-Germain are eager for Dutch midfielder Xavi Simons, 18, to sign a new deal before his contract expires in the summer. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • Manchester United are set to offer 31-year-old Spain goalkeeper David de Gea a new contract. (Sun)


  • Chelsea are considering a move for Brighton defender Adam Webster, 27. (Mirror)


  • Paul Scholes says Manchester United’s current squad want no part of the “ugly side of the game” in a furious rant at their performance against Southampton. (Sun)


  • Bournemouth are keen on Huddersfield midfielder Lewis O’Brien and mulling over a possible £10m bid.(Sun)


  • Roma boss Jose Mourinho threatened to walk away from his pre-match press conference as he snapped at reporters.(Sun)


  • Barcelona could be prepared to pay 60m euros (£50.2m) to sign France forward Nabil Fekir, although the 28-year-old’s club Real Betis want 80m euros (£66.2m). (Sport)


  • Borussia Dortmund are confident of reaching an agreement to sign Germany forward Karim Adeyemi, 20, on a five-year deal from Red Bull Salzburg. (Fabrizio Romano)

Friday's Transfer Gossip: Ziyech, Camavinga, Dembele, Dest, Cavani

  • AC Milan hope to sign Chelsea and Morocco winger Hakim Ziyech, 28. (Calciomercato – in Italian)


  • Liverpool are eyeing a move for Real Madrid and France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, 19. (El Nacional – in French)


  • Newcastle United have made contact with the representatives of Barcelona and France forward Ousmane Dembele, 24, even though the Spanish side are still trying to extend his contract. (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Tottenham are considering a move for Juventus and Netherlands centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, 22. (4-4-2 via Sun)


  • Sevilla have joined Barcelona in the race to sign Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 34, from Manchester United. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • Arsenal’s England Under-21 international Eddie Nketiah, 22, wants to leave for regular first-team football despite the Gunners keen to extend his contract which ends next summer. (Mail)


  • Feyenoord are attempting to sign Heerenveen midfielder Joey Veerman, who has been a long-time target for Rangers.(The scottish sun)


  • Rangers striker Kemar Roofe is facing five driving charges and will stand trial next summer.(The scottish sun)


  • Stoke City are in pole position to sign Hearts defender John Souttar. (The Scottish sun)


  • Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has decided Dutch winger Steven Bergwijn, 24, still has a future at the club despite interest from clubs overseas. (Sky Sports)


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  • Chelsea are interested in a move for Barcelona and USA defender Sergino Dest, 21. (El Nacional – via Metro)


  • Ralf Rangnick could be set to contact former club RB Leipzig for Malian midfielder Amadou Haidara, 23, as he seeks a replacement for Serbian 33-year-old Nemanja Matic at Manchester United. (Mirror)


  • Mohamed Salah is reported to have demanded Liverpool sign another attacking option during long-standing talks over a new contract.(Daily mail)


  • Edinson Cavani could be on his way to Brazil with Corinthians interested in the unsettled Manchester United striker.(Daily mail)


  • Ajax and Barcelona are talking about a possible swap deal which would see Sergino Dest return to Amsterdam and Noussair Mazraoui move to Catalonia.(The sun)


  • Brentford target Vanderson is reported to have written an apologetic email to the Premier League club after snubbing them at the 11th hour to join Monaco in January.(Daily star)


  • Romeo Beckham has broken with family tradition and signed a clothing deal with Adidas’ competitors Puma.(Daily star)


  • Chris Armas‘ arrival at Manchester United could give the club a boost in their pursuit of RB Leipzig star Tyler Adams after they worked together for three years at New York Red Bulls. (Daily mail)


  • England supporters could end up at “glamping” sites in Saudi Arabia as World Cup 2022 organisers continue to explore options for hosting many more people than Qatar could ever hope to accommodate.(Daily mail)


  • John Barnes feels Frenkie de Jong’s blend of defensive awareness and attacking impetus would make him an ideal signing for Manchester United. (Daily mail)


  • Juventus are keen on signing Manchester United’s French forward Anthony Martial, 26, and Arsenal’s Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 32. (Gazzetta dello Sport, subscription required)


  • The Italian club are also interested in a surprise move for Fulham’s 27-year-old Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic. (90min)


  • Tottenham are currently leading the race to sign AC Milan and Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie. The north London side will have to fight off interest from Paris St-Germain, who are also keen on the 25-year-old. (Calciomercato – in Italian)


  • Brentford are in talks with Nottingham Forest over a January deal for 20-year-old Wales winger Brennan Johnson. (90min)

Sunday's Transfer Gossip: Cavani, Aubameyang, Mata, Mbappe, Alli, Raphinha

  • Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is Barcelona’s top target for the January transfer window but Barca want assurances that the 34-year-old Uruguayan is fully recovered from injury before committing to a deal. (Sport – in Spanish)


  • Juventus are interested in Arsenal and Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 32, with his future at the Emirates Stadium in doubt after being stripped of the captaincy. (Tuttosport – in Italian)


  • Leeds are looking at signing Juventus’ American midfielder Weston McKennie but it will cost about £20m to sign the 23-year-old. (Sun)


  • Winger Juan Mata remains a transfer target for Barcelona, with the 33-year-old Spaniard struggling for playing time at Manchester United. (Star)


  • Manchester City are set to hand full-back Joao Cancelo a bumper new contract extension.(Daily star)


  • Newcastle United have reportedly tabled a nine-figure bid for Arsenal target and Serie A top scorer Dusan Vlahovic. (Daily star)


  • Brazilian football legend Ronaldo has become the new majority owner of former club Cruzeiro, beating out a bid from Liverpool chiefs Fenway Sports Group.(Daily star)


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  • This season’s Carabao Cup is set to be disrupted by coronavirus, with the possibility of staging the semi-finals over one leg instead of two now being considered, according to reports.(mail on sunday)


  • West Brom forward Rayhaan Tulloch could be allowed out on loan next month amid increasing interest from League One clubs.(mail on sunday)


  • EFL chairman Rick Parry has ruled out a ‘circuit-breaker’ to momentarily suspend the season because of a surge in COVID-19 cases.(mail on Sunday)


  • Manchester United aprepared to rival Chelsea in the race to sign France defender Jules Kounde, 23, from Sevilla. (AS – in Spanish)


  • Newcastle are keen on a loan move for Manchester United’s French striker Anthony Martial, 26, in January, while Inter Milan’s Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko, 35, is another target. (Sun)


  • Paris St-Germain sporting director Leonardo is not giving up on France star Kylian Mbappe, 22, signing a new contract despite links to Real Madrid. Mbappe can discuss a pre-contract with clubs outside France in January. (AS, via Sky Sports)


  • Paris St-Germain are preparing to test Barcelona’s resolve to keep Spain midfielder Gavi, 17. (El Nacional – in Catalan)


  • Newcastle have been tipped to sign Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli, 25, when he is made available for loan in January. (Football Insider)


  • Another Newcastle target, Lille and Holland defender Sven Botman, 21, is unsure about leaving the French champions in January. (90min)


  • Tottenham boss Antonio Conte has spoken to Inter Milan and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal, 34, about joining the London club. The pair won Serie A titles during their time together at Juventus and Inter. (La Tercera – in Spanish)


  • Napoli have identified a list of potential January targets, including Tottenham and Colombia defender Davinson Sanchez, 25. (Corriere dello Sport – in Italian)


  • Bayern Munich will join the race to sign Leeds and Brazil forward Raphinha, 24, next summer. (TodoFichajes – in Spanish)


  • Arsenal are interested in a deal to sign Juventus and Sweden winger Dejan Kulusevski, 21. (CalcioMercato – in Italian)


  • Roma boss Jose Mourinho wants Tammy Abraham, 24, to help convince his former Chelsea and England team-mate Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 25, to move to the Stadio Olimpico. (Star)


  • Sporting Lisbon manager Ruben Amorim has emerged as a surprise candidate to become the next permanent Manchester United manager, according to reports. (Sunday express)


  • Barcelona want to sign Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford as a replacement for Sergio Aguero. (Sunday express)


  • Manchester United are in advanced talks to sign Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara. (Sunday express)


  • West Ham are ready to make a move for Liverpool’s deputy striker Divock Origi in January.(Sunday express)


  • Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 29, “dreams” of playing football again after his Inter Milan exit, his agent has said. (Mail)


  • Watford are keeping tabs on Sampdoria and Gambia defender Omar Colley, 29, with Hornets boss Claudio Ranieri keen to strengthen his backline in January. (Tuttomercatoweb – in Italian)


  • Troy Deeney has revealed he spent four days on a ventilator when he got Covid in spring 2020, but has defended unvaccinated players.(The sun on Sunday)


  • Chelsea are interested in signing AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez, according to reports.(The sun on Sunday)


  • West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady says it is vital the game avoids another Covid-19 enforced shutdown of football as it cost Premier League teams £2bn last time.(The sun on sunday)

Tuesday's Transfer Gossip: Cavani, Rudiger, Alli, Botman, Lingard, Diaz

  • Edinson Cavani’s brother has indicated the striker is nearing an exit from Manchester United, with a move to Brazil potentially on the cards for the 34-year-old Uruguayan. (Manchester Evening News)


  • Real Madrid have emerged as favourites to sign Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger after positive talks with the 28-year-old German about joining on a free next summer. (Guardian)


  • Midfielder Dele Alli’s Tottenham career could be coming to an end as new boss Antonio Conte does not see the 25-year-old in his plans. (The Athletic, via Star)


  • Tottenham have been hit by a new positive coronavirus case among their first-team squad, with the club also suffering a fresh outbreak among their Under-23s.(The daily telegraph)


  • Manchester United reluctantly want their Premier League match with Brentford on Tuesday to be called off after a Covid outbreak forced the club to close their training ground and threw their preparations into disarray.(The daily telegraph)


  • The Aston Villa head coach Steven Gerrard has said that the club may have concerns about signing a player next month who has not been vaccinated against Covid-19.(The times)


  • Ben Stokes’ fitness and Ollie Pope’s fragility give England cause for concern in their middle order.(The times)


  • Brentford have made contact with Braga over Portuguese wonderkid Francisco Moura. (The sun)


  • Dundee captain Charlie Adam has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after his car allegedly hit a tree.(The sun)


  • Wayne Rooney’s £150,000 Land Rover was daubed with graffiti after he parked it in a busy Christmas market.(The sun)


  • Former Manchester City star Nicolas Otamendi had a belt put around his neck during a violent robbery at his home in Portugal on Monday morning.(The sun)


  • Newcastle have made Lille centre-back Sven Botman, 21, a priority signing in the January transfer window with Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard, 28, also on Eddie Howe’s wishlist. (Guardian)


  • Barcelona, Juventus and Brazilian club Corinthians are interested in signing Manchester United’s Cavani. (Marca)


  • Manchester United are prepared to compete with Premier League rivals Liverpool and Manchester City in the chase for Porto winger Luis Diaz, 24. (Fichajes, via Team Talk)


  • Burnley manager Sean Dyche says the club will not be spending large sums in the January transfer window. (Talksport)


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  • Forgotten Aston Villa striker Keinan Davis, 23, has emerged as a January transfer target for resurgent Championship side Nottingham Forest. (Birmingham Live)


  • Brentford have made contact with Braga over a potential January move for Portuguese left-back Francisco Moura, 22. (Sun)


  • Premier League clubs are fearful of mass postponements and the potential need for another lockdown due to the rapid spread of the Omicron Covid-19 variant and the slow progress of vaccinating players.(Daily mail)


  • Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s latest disciplinary breach has compounded long-standing concerns about his suitability as club captain from senior coaching staff.(Daily mail)


  • Phil Jones has reportedly asked to play for Manchester United’s Under-23 side in an attempt to build match sharpness, having impressed interim-manager Ralf Rangnick. (Daily mail)

Thursday's Transfer Gossip: Marcelo, Ramsey, Digne, Cavani, Elneny, Azpilicueta, Wijnaldum

  • Real Madrid left-back Marcelo, 33, is set to end his 15-year stay at the Spanish club when his contract expires next year and rejoin Brazilian side Fluminense.(Mirror)


  • Juventus and Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey could be on his way to Everton in January, with the Serie A side happy to sell the 30-year-old who has featured just five times this season. (Calciomercato – in Italian)


  • That is a blow for Newcastle, who had hoped to make Ramsey one of their first signings under their new owners. (Star)


  • Inter Milan are keen to end Luka Jovic’s torrid time at Real Madrid and could make a move for the striker in January.(Daily record)


  • Several Chelsea players are unhappy the club has not extended Cesar Azpilicueta’s contract, with Atletico Madrid and Barcelona interested in the Spain defender, 32. (Eurosport)


  • Paris St-Germain are willing to consider loan offers for former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum in the January transfer window. The 31-year-old Netherlands international is open to a return to the Premier League and is a potential target for Arsenal. (Sky Sports)


  • Newcastle, another of Wijnaldum’s former clubs, could also pursue a move for the Dutchman in January. (Marca)


  • Newcastle have settled on a five-man target list for the January transfer window, which includes Arsenal and Egypt midfielder Mohamed Elneny, 29. (Mirror)


  • A report in the Netherlands has dropped a heavy hint that Manchester City want Ajax boss Erik ten Hag to take over if Pep Guardiola leaves in 2023…should the Dutchman still be available.(Daily express)


  • AC Milan have entered the race to sign Lille defender Sven Botman, who is also reported to be a target for Liverpool and Newcastle. (Daily express)


  • Chelsea could try and tempt Lucas Digne away from Everton in January although the Frenchman has denied reports that he is unsettled at Goodison Park.(Daily express)


  • Everton boss Rafael Benitez dropped Lucas Digne, 28, for the win over Arsenal after a row and the France left-back could now be sold in January. (The Athletic – subscription required)


  • Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has said he is “looking forward” to working with Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani for the rest of this season. The 34-year-old has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford in January. (Manchester United)


  • West Ham boss David Moyes will prioritise signing a defender in January after injuries to Kurt Zouma and Angelo Ogbonna. (Mail)


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  • Arsenal are hoping to secure a deal for 21-year-old Juventus and Sweden winger Dejan Kulusevski. (La Repubblica, via Sun)


  • Premier League clubs fear they could be banned from using unvaccinated players under the government’s new Covid-19 crackdown.(The sun)


  • Leeds United could be without key midfielder Kalvin Phillips for up to two months with a hamstring injury.(The sun)


  • Tyson Fury is set to fight in the United Kingdom for the first time since 2018, with Old Trafford and the Principality Stadium favourites to host a potential clash with Dillian Whyte.(The sun)


  • Besiktas want to terminate the season-long loan of Miralem Pjanic and send the Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder, 31, back to Barcelona.(Zurnal – in Bosnian)


  • Flamengo want to re-sign Spanish centre-back Pablo Mari, 28, from Arsenal.But Gunners technical director Edu does not want to sell him to a South American side. (Torcedores – in Portuguese)


  • AC Milan have joined the race to sign Lille defender Sven Botman. Liverpool and Newcastle are both keen on the 21-year-old Dutch centre-half but face competition from the Serie A side in January. (Sky Sports Italia)


  • Liverpool defender Nathaniel Phillips has said he wants the chance to play more first-team football. West Ham are considering a move for the 24-year-old Englishman as David Moyes prioritises signing a defender in January. (Evening Standard)


  • Roberto Mancini has ruled out becoming Manchester United’s next manager after reports emerged of a “verbal agreement” he had made with the club.(Daily mail)


  • Newcastle United are keen on signing Tottenham defender Joe Rodon, who could be on his way out of the club as early as January.(Daily mail)


  • Nicky Hammond is in the running to become part of Newcastle United’s transfer team.(Daily mail)

Friday's Transfer Gossip: Ronaldo, Calvert-Lewin, Cavani, Lingard, Telles, Vlahovic, Haaland, Diaz


  • Cristiano Ronaldo could face questioning by investigators looking into Juventus’ transfer dealings amid talk of a secret agreement over wages deferred at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.(The sun)


  • Arsenal want Everton and England forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 24, to replace French striker Alexandre Lacazette, 30. (Mirror)


  • Manchester United and Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani, 34, wants to join Barcelona in the summer. (Times – subscription required)


  • Newcastle are targeting four England players in January, namely Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard, 28, Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks, 25, Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley, 27, and Atletico Madrid full-back Kieran Trippier, 31. (Telegraph – subscription required)


  • Manchester United’s Brazil left-back Alex Telles, 28, is being tracked by both Inter and AC Milan. (Sun)


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  • Arsenal are now challenging Juventus for the signing of Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, 21, from Fiorentina. (Tuttosport – in Italian)


  • Reports in Spain claim Isco, a possible transfer target for Arsenal, has refused to warm up while on the subs’ bench during Real Madrid’s last three games.(The sun)


  • Chelsea are battling with Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Ajax for the signature of FC Copenhagen wonderkid Roony Bardghji. (The sun)


  • Lionel Messi’s four-star MiM Sitges Hotel has reportedly been ordered to be demolished after it was found not to meet city standards, with a court order pending.(The sun)


  • Borussia Dortmund have refused to confirm whether the contract of Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 21, has a release clause of between 75m and 100m euros (£63.7m-£85m). (Sport 1)


  • Plans are in place for Pep Guardiola to manage New York City FC when his Manchester City contract expires in 2023. (90min)


  • Liverpool have been linked with a move for Porto and Colombia winger Luis Diaz, 24. (Marca)


  • New Tottenham manager Antonio Conte wants to take full control of their recruitment process in January, in tandem with managing director Fabio Paratici. (Football Insider)


  • Ousmane Dembele’s agent is advising the France forward against signing a new deal with Barcelona, as Manchester United and Newcastle are interested in the 24-year-old. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • Spain forward Ferran Torres, 21, has asked to leave Manchester City and has an agreement in place over a five-year contract with Barcelona. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • West Ham are interested in signing Manchester City and Netherlands defender Nathan Ake, 26. (90min)


  • Former Spain midfielder Isco, 29, will leave Real Madrid in January if an offer is received that benefits both parties. (AS – in Spanish)


  • Former Brighton centre-back Connor Goldson, 28, has rejected a contract extension at Rangers as the Englishman hopes to return to the Premier League in January. (Football Insider)


  • Middlesbrough are one of a number of Championship clubs looking to sign England Under-21 striker Folarin Balogun, 20, on loan from Arsenal in January. (Standard)


  • Former West Ham striker Marlon Harewood has revealed he “could have been killed” by triad gangsters during a spell in Chinese football after some dressing room banter was misunderstood.(Daily star)


  • Rangers have become the first Scottish club to partner with the Football Business Academy after being praised for their “ambitious vision”.(The scottish sun)


  • PSG wonderkid Xavi Simon appears unlikely to join Rangers despite reports in Spain linking him with the Ibrox club.(The scottish sun)


  • Robert Lewandowski has, according to reports in Spain, told his agent to prioritise a summer move to Real Madrid. (Daily)


  • Xavi has been given the go-ahead to boost his Barcelona squad in January,(Daily)

Saturday's Transfer Gossip: Pepe, Haaland, Dembele, Phillips, Lingard, Cavani, Mitrovic

  • Mikel Arteta has emphatically denied Arsenal are willing to listen to offers for 26-year-old Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe in January. (Metro)


  • Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland’s preferred destination if he leaves Borussia Dortmund next year is Real Madrid, although the 21-year-old has yet to make a decision on his future. (Goal)


  • Newcastle United are leading the chase to sign France winger Ousmane Dembele, with Manchester United also interested in the 24-year-old whose contract with Barcelona runs out next summer. (Mundo Deportivo)


  • Barcelona are desperate for attacking reinforcements in January and are considering moves for Manchester United’s 28-year-old England attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard and 34-year-old Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani. (Mundo Deportivo, via the Sun)


  • Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, 25, will reject a move to rivals Manchester United next summer to remain at Elland Road. (Star)


  • Manchester United are close to appointing Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of the season and the German will be involved in the process of choosing his permanent successor at Old Trafford. (Star)


  • Manchester City forward Ferran Torres is a target for Barcelona and the Nou Camp club have agreed a deal with the 21-year-old Spain international but have yet to come to an arrangement with the Premier League club. (Marca)


  • Erik ten Hag is the alternative target for Manchester United if their No 1 choice, Mauricio Pochettino, does not become the club’s new manager next summer.(Daily mail)


  • Ed Woodward is set to leave his position as Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman as planned in April with managing director Richard Arnold lined up to succeed him.(Daily mail)


  • The Premier League have risked further tension with Newcastle by extending their ban on related-party sponsorship deals until the middle of next month.(Daily mail)


  • Derby’s administrators Quantuma are resisting the temptation to save money by cutting Wayne Rooney’s salary as they regard the manager as the club’s biggest asset in their attempts to find a buyer.(Daily mail)


  • EFL clubs have been irritated by Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow’s erroneous claim this week that the Premier League have lent the lower divisions £250million to help them through the pandemic.(Daily mail)


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  • Aston Villa will prioritise signing a centre-back and defensive midfielder in January as manager Steven Gerrard looks to strengthen his side. (Football Insider)


  • Tottenham boss Antonio Conte, whose side suffered an embarrassing loss to NS Mura in the Europa Conference League, says he is making “evaluations” about his players before speaking with the club. (Mirror)


  • Fulham’s Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, 27, has been lined up for a dream move to Juventus. (Tuttosport, via the Sun)


  • Ralf Rangnick’s training ground revolution could see a custom-made clock installed at Manchester United’s Carrington complex to drive the significant changes that are anticipated from the new interim manager.(The daily telegraph)


  • Antonio Conte has warned his Tottenham Hotspur players that he is watching their every move and preparing to speak to the club about which members of his squad will be good enough to fulfil his demands.(The daily telegraph)


  • Covid is a more likely cause of surge in footballers collapsing with heart problems than vaccines, scientists believe(The daily telegraph)


  • English midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka, 18, will not sign a new contract at Aston Villa, putting the Premier League’s biggest clubs on alert, including Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool. (Guardian)


  • Ralf Rangnick has not ruled out becoming Manchester United’s permanent boss in the summer.(The sun)


  • Arsenal could sell club-record buy Nicolas Pepe after England youngsters Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka stole his spot.(The sun)


  • Tattooed footballers net 42 per cent more goals than players without inkings, a study found.(The sun)


  • Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky has signed a deal that could open the door to a full takeover of West Ham. (The sun)


  • Tottenham have been sent a bottle of ketchup by a cheeky sauce company after Antonio Conte’s banning of the condiment.(The sun)