Tuesday’s Transfer Gossip: Partey, Silva, Murphy, Camarda, Jota, Araujo

Transfer Gossip


Arsenal plans to part ways with Thomas Partey in January as they set their sights on signing Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz, following three unsuccessful bids for him previously.


Chelsea might extend Thiago Silva’s stay for an additional year, yet considering the 39-year-old’s age, the club might opt to recruit a new central defender instead.


Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest are both showing interest in Newcastle’s English winger, Jacob Murphy, ahead of the upcoming January transfer window.


Chelsea is devising a one-for-one transfer strategy that might entail several players departing to accommodate incoming signings.


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Reports suggest that Chelsea have reached out to the family of Francesco Camarda, a record-breaking 15-year-old, regarding a potential move to Stamford Bridge in the future.


Tottenham Hotspur‘s interest in Jota has intensified, potentially reuniting the left winger with his former manager at Celtic, Ange Postecoglou.


Billy Sharp, the former Sheffield United striker, is open to the possibility of joining Wrexham, despite past disagreements with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney last season.


Bayern Munich has shown interest in Barcelona’s 24-year-old Ronald Araujo, yet the Spanish club is determined to retain the Uruguayan defender.


Manchester United has initiated discussions regarding RB Leipzig‘s German striker Timo Werner and might pursue the 27-year-old during the upcoming January transfer window.


Amid increasing speculation about his future, Arsenal turned down an offer from a Premier League club for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.

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