Wednesday’s Transfer Gossip: Haaland, Martial, Rashford, Wijnaldum, Coman, Ndombele, Nketiah

Wednesday's Transfer Gossip: Haaland, Martial, Rashford, Wijnaldum, Coman, Ndombele, Nketiah

  • Borussia Dortmund are set to meet Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland’s representatives next week as they try to find out what the 21-year-old’s plans are regarding his future. (Marca)


  • Sevilla have cooled their interest in France striker Anthony Martial as they cannot afford to meet Manchester United’s demands to sign the 26-year-old on loan. (Marca)


  • Paris St-Germain midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has been linked with Newcastle United but the 31-year-old Dutch international is not interested in a return to his former club. (Football Insider)


  • Former Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has contacted Spurs midfielder Tanguy Ndombele in an effort to convince the 25-year-old France midfielder to join him at Roma, with the Italian club wanting a loan deal with an option to buy. (Telefoot, via Mail)


  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been seen in an Arsenal shirt for the first time since being axed by Mikel Arteta. (Daily mail)


  • Ex-Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is eyeing an international job ahead of the 2026 World Cup before quitting management.(Daily mail)


  • Tottenham are willing to sell Steven Bergwijn for the right price in order to help fund a swoop for Wolves winger Adama Traore. (Daily mail)


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  • England striker Marcus Rashford, 24, is expected to hold talks with Manchester United over a new contract, with negotiations set to start before the end of the season. (Mail)


  • Bordeaux have exiled Laurent Koscielny from the first-team squad and stripped him of the captain’s armband as their crisis intensifies, according to reports in France.(Daily mirror)


  • Crystal Palace are in talks to sign English striker Eddie Nketiah from Arsenal, with the 22-year-old’s contract running out in the summer. (Times – subscription required)


  • Arsenal‘s England youth international forward Folarin Balogun, 20, is set to join Championship side Middlesbrough on loan for the rest of the season. (Sky Sports)


  • Brighton and Newcastle United are planning on trying to sign Argentine defender Marcos Senesi, 24, from Dutch club Feyenoord. (Football Insider)


  • Aberdeen will have to match the £350,000 cash offer Hibs made for Jamie McGrath if they want to lure the St Mirren star away from Paisley this month.(Daily record)


  • Middlesbrough are eyeing out-of-favour Rangers star John Lundstram. (Daily record)


  • Brentford and Brighton have made bids for 19-year-old Reims striker Hugo Ekitike but Newcastle United remain favourites to sign the Frenchman. (90 Min)


  • Bournemouth plan to price any potential suitors out of a move for English defender Lloyd Kelly, with Everton and West Ham interested in the 23-year-old. (Football League World)


  • Tottenham want to sign a right-back, midfielder and attacker during the January transfer window after a meeting between manager Antonio Conte, chairman Daniel Levy and managing director of football Fabio Paratici. (Telegraph – subscription required)


  • France winger Kingsley Coman, 25, is close to signing a contract extension with German champions Bayern Munich. (Goal)


  • Chelsea are considering recalling English right-back Dujon Sterling, 22, from his season-long loan stint at Blackpool but only have until 14 January to do so. (Football League World)


  • Ousmane Dembele’s agent has cited Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez’s poor management style as the reason for Dembele‘s contract negotiations reaching a stalemate.(Daily mail)


  • Toronto adopted a bizarre method when signing Italy superstar Lorenzo Insigne this month, after the club turned to football website Transfermarket. (Daily mail)


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