Wednesday’s Transfer Gossip: Mourinho, Phillips, Guirassy, Konate, Boey

Transfer Gossip


Jose Mourinho is heavily engaged in discussions with AS Roma regarding extending his contract as manager. However, according to reports in Italy, Newcastle United still holds a strong interest in the 60-year-old coach.


Liverpool is considering whether to bring Nat Phillips back from his loan at Celtic following Joel Matip‘s severe knee injury, pondering the decision carefully.


Borussia Dortmund has entered the competition with Newcastle to secure the signing of Serhou Guirassy, the 27-year-old Guinea forward from Stuttgart. Guirassy has already netted 16 Bundesliga goals this season.


Despite discussions about a potential transfer to Paris St-Germain, Liverpool’s 24-year-old French defender, Ibrahima Konate, has initiated negotiations for a contract extension with the Reds.


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Arsenal might secure Galatasaray defender Sacha Boey by potentially arranging a swap deal involving Thomas Partey with the Turkish side.


There’s a chance Manchester United might make another attempt to sign Adrien Rabiot, as reports suggest the Juventus midfielder hasn’t reached an agreement on a new contract with his current club.


Juventus and Monaco are among the latest clubs to express interest in signing Celtic’s Rocco Vata, who is set to become a free agent in the summer.


Aston Villa is prepared to fend off any potential suitors for midfielder Douglas Luiz in the upcoming month, valuing the Brazil international at over £100m and determined to retain him.


Getafe aims to secure the purchase of 22-year-old England forward Mason Greenwood from Manchester United.


Barcelona is considering a January loan deal for Tottenham’s Argentinian midfielder, Giovani Lo Celso.

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