Arsenal are reportedly set to fight Barcelona for the services of Renato Sanchez this month after the former Swansea City flop completed an impressive career turnaround at French champions Lille.
Manchester United, meanwhile, continue to have their problems with many players reportedly ‘sick to death’ over dwindling standards at Old Trafford, as Ralph Rangnick struggles to catch up with the size of the task at hand.
In-demand Erling Haaland could cost Paris Saint-Germain up to £250m in the summer, while Real Madrid are said to have offered a cut-price to signing Kylian Mbappe this month as he moves to the French capital. comes to the end of his contract. ,
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Liverpool denies contact with Luis Diaz
Liverpool have denied any suggestion they could make a move for Porto forward Luis Diaz, according to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano.
The Colombian player was reportedly scouted five times by the club last year, but a move is highly unlikely this month.
Manchester United crisis
Maine claim that many Manchester United players are “death from illness” because of the club’s dwindling standards.
There are reports of widespread discontent within the dressing room, which is certainly not a good look, as they have recently committed to a major change of direction.
Haland cost PSG £250m. Might be possible
It’s hard to miss a more sought-after prospect than Erling Haaland.
All major clubs in Europe have been linked with Borussia Dortmund as a forward and, according to L’Equipe, PSG have been asked to fend off £250m in transfer fees and wages.
Arsenal ready to fight Barcelona for Renato Sanchez
Portuguese outlet ELEVEN claims Arsenal are set to fight Barcelona this summer for Renato Sanch.
The Portugal international has rebuilt his career with Lille and could be available for a cut-price fee, although it will not be easy for Arsenal.
Newcastle turn for Anthony Martial
While the focus on Newcastle United at the moment appears to be with regard to defensive goals, The Daily Mail suggests that Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has emerged as an alternative.
Following an injury to Callum Wilson, the Frenchman – reportedly unhappy at Old Trafford – could be targeted in a bid to bring more goals to the team.
Steven Gerrard will not be built on Philippe Coutinho
Speaking to Sky Sports, Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard refused to draw on the speculation of linking the club with Philippe Coutinho.
While the Liverpool icon, who played with Brazil at Anfield, admitted the midfielder was a “magician”, he refused to discuss a player at another club before anything “concrete” emerged.
New deal for Antonio
The Sun reports on Michael Antonio on West Ham’s extension of his contract.
The hammers are said to have taken a 12-month option, which is their deal, which previously ran until the summer of 2023.
youth protector hit united
German outlet FussballTransfers has said Manchester United are preparing to sign Dan-Axel Zagadou from Borussia Dortmund.
The 22-year-old central defender is out of contract over the summer and the Red Devils have been named as one of several teams approaching his agent to work out a deal.
United interim boss Ralf Rangnick tried to sign Zagadou while at RB Leipzig, and faced competition from Newcastle and this time an extension offer from Dortmund.
Tottenham considering new Traore approach
Tottenham Wolves winger Adama Traore is back on track.
According to The Athletic, Spurs are taking a fresh look at the Spain winger in January as Antonio Conte looks to kickstart his rebuilding in the N17.
It is said that Matt Doherty may return to Wolves as part of the deal, with Conte converting Traore to a similar role as Victor Moses in a terrific performance for his title-winning Chelsea team. did.
It is also claimed that Wolves are expecting Traere’s exit this month, with no sign of an extension to the contract that expires in the summer of 2023.
Watford puts roses for sale
Sky Sports News reported Watford was told by Danny Rose that he would not play for the club again.
The former England and Tottenham man has only appeared nine times since arriving as a free agent over the summer.
Not included in Claudio Ranieri’s recent match squad, it is said Watford are looking for a January buyer for Rose.