Saturday's Transfer Gossip: Lukaku, Almiron, Gravenberch, De Jong, Iwobi, Kane, Haaland, Mitoma, Rice, Kante,


  • Chelsea’s striker Romelu Lukaku is on loan at Inter Milan but has failed to come close to the heights of his previous season, and is failing to maintain his fitness or his goalscoring record.


  • Newcastle United forward Miguel Almiron is set to be out for the next six weeks after suffering a thigh injury in training.
  • Bayern Munich‘s Netherlands midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, 20, has sealed a move to Liverpool, according to former Reds player Jose Enrique, who made the disclosure on a live web stream.


  • Barcelona’s Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong, a long-time target of Manchester United and Chelsea, said in an interview on Spanish television: “Barca has always been the club of my dreams… I hope to be able to continue there for many more years”.
  • Premier League clubs have told the Football Association that they are producing the highest quality players in Europe, even if the volume of game-time for England-qualified players [EQPs] has consistently fallen as the league has become more successful.


  • Real Madrid are monitoring developments with Tottenham’s England striker Harry Kane, 29, whose contract runs out in 2024 and has been linked with a possible move to Manchester United or Bayern Munich.


  • Barcelona would be willing to sell midfielders Ousmane Dembele, 25, of France, and Ferran Torres, 23, of Spain, to raise the money to fund the signing of Juventus’s Italian forward Federico Chiesa, 25.


  • Former Spain midfielder Sergio Busquets, 34, has been offered a one-year contract extension by Barcelona, with the option of a further year.
  • Manchester United are set to appoint Adidas executive Matt Hargreaves, who has a legal background and is a United fan, to lead their football transfer negotiations.


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  • Manchester United star Alejandro Garnacho has officially snubbed Spain to play for Argentina.
  • Gareth Southgate will stand by Kyle Walker for the forthcoming European Championship qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine after the England defender was involved in an alleged incident in a Cheshire bar.


  • Brighton are prepared to offer in-form Japanese winger Kaoru Mitoma, 25, a record deal as Real Madrid, Manchester City and Arsenal register their interest.


  • Napoli’s Georgia winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, 22, who has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester City, could be tempted to join Newcastle if they qualify for next season’s Champions League.


  • Chelsea are “highly interested” in signing West Ham’s Declan Rice, 24, in the summer – the English defensive midfielder is contracted at the London Stadium until 2024.


  • Nigeria midfielder Alex Iwobi, 26, whose current deal at Everton runs until the summer of 2024, has been offered a new contract but is waiting to see how the season pans out before signing it.


  • Liverpool will allow former England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 29, and Guinea’s Naby Keita, 28, to leave as free agents in the summer, while Brazil’s Arthur Melo, 26, will return to Juventus at the end of his loan deal as Jurgen Klopp bids to rebuild his midfield.
  • Paris Saint-Germain ultras have announced they are planning a protest against Lionel Messi.

Saturday's Transfer  Gossip: Busquets, Diaby, Endrick,  Traore, Repay, Mount, Winks, Iwobi, Diaby, Arnautovic


  • Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez has asked the club to extend the contract of 34-year-old Spain midfielder Sergio Busquets for one more season.


  • Manchester United are considering a move for Bayer Leverkusen‘s 23-year-old France striker Moussa Diaby.


  • Chelsea and Real Madrid remain in the race for Palmeiras’ 16-year-old Brazilian striker Endrick despite Paris St-Germain making a bid.


  • The Premier League will not follow Fifa’s ultra-strict approach to stoppage time, which has meant some matches last more than 100 minutes, when the league resumes after the World Cup.


  • England midfielder Mason Mount, 23, rejected a new Chelsea contract worth more than £200,000 a week before the World Cup gland.
  • Real Betis are considering a move for 26-year-old Spain winger Adama Traore, whose contract at Wolves expires at the end of the season.


  • Napoli are interested in signing Wolves’ Traore on a free transfer next summer.


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  • Former Arsenal and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure, 41, has agreed a three-and-a-half-year deal to become manager of Championship side Wigan.
  • Manchester United have held talks about re-signing 28-year-old Netherlands forward Memphis Depay from Barcelona, who may cancel his contract to get him off their books.


  • Portugal forward Joao Felix, 23, wants to leave Atletico Madrid and has asked his agent to find him a new club.
  • John Terry is backing Harry Kane to eventually swap Tottenham for Real Madrid to win some trophies, although he admitted he would take “any chance to have a pop” at his former rivals.


  • Nigeria midfielder Alex Iwobi, 26, is set to sign a new three-and-a-half-year deal at Everton worth £100,000 per week.




  • Everton would be willing to allow Colombia centre-back Yerry Mina, 28, and Mali midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure, 29, in January.


  • Bologna chief executive Claudio Fenucci insists Austria forward Marko Arnautovic, who was linked with a move to Manchester United last summer, is not for sale.


  • West Ham are willing to sell 30-year-old Czech Republic full-back Vladimir Coufal in January and will accept offers of £6m.


  • Amancio Ortega, the owner of the Inditex empire that owns the fashion chain Zara, has no interest in buying Manchester United despite reports suggesting the 86-year-old was ready to make a bid.


  • Paris Saint-Germain have made a £34.3m bid to take ownership of their Parc des Princes home but the city’s urban department are understood to value the site at £300m which could mean owners Qatar Sports Investments seeking a new stadium site.


  • Sampdoria could cancel Harry Winks‘ season-long loan from Tottenham early. The 26-year-old England midfielder has not played because of an ankle injury.

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

  • Liverpool have no intention of triggering the option-to-buy clause in Arthur Melo’s season-long loan deal from Juventus. The Brazil midfielder, 26, needs surgery on an injury sustained in training.
  • Leicester City are keeping tabs on Manchester United and Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 25.


  • Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho, 30, could move to the Nou Camp on a free transfer next summer after his agent was seen in Barcelona.


  • Newcastle remain interested in Leicester and England playmaker James Maddison, 25, and Bayer Leverkusen’s France forward Moussa Diaby, 23.


  • Middlesbrough are in advanced talks with Michael Carrick about becoming the club’s manager.


  • Chelsea have made fresh contact with ex-Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards about filling that position at Stamford Bridge.


  • Atletico Madrid are interested in signing Liverpool and Brazil 31-year-old forward Roberto Firmino.


  • Brazil forward Gabriel Martinelli, 21, says he wants to sign a new long-term contract with Arsenal and is in talks about doubling his current wage of about £50,000 a week.


  • Martinelli wants parity with the Gunners’ top earners – around £200,000 a week – before he commits to a new deal.
  • Next month’s World Cup could face disruption as Qatar’s main airport is not ready to cope with the mass influx of passengers travelling to attend the tournament.


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  • Chelsea’s 18-year-old American goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina, who has been on loan at Chicago Fire, will train in London for two weeks while they decide whether he will link up with the squad permanently in January or return to MLS for a second loan spell.


  • PSV Eindhoven winger Cody Gakpo is no longer interested in a move to Leeds despite agreeing personal terms over the summer. Manchester United, Arsenal and Real Madrid have also shown an interest in the 23-year-old Netherlands international.


  • Tottenham are in talks with Google over naming rights for their stadium.


  • Romeo Beckham, son of former England captain David, is set to make his debut in English football when Brentford’s B team take on Crewe in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Saturday.


  • Former Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan is an early frontrunner to become West Bromwich Albion manager after the club sacked Steve Bruce.


  • Brentford are set to hand striker Ivan Toney, 26, a new contract to fight off interest from Manchester United, Leeds, Newcastle and West Ham.


  • Everton have opened preliminary talks with Nigeria midfielder Alex Iwobi, 26, over a new contract.


  • France midfielder N’Golo Kante, 31, wants to stay at Chelsea despite being linked with Paris St-Germain.