Transfer News Live! Ronaldo Exit Update; chelsea blow, arsenal latest

Cristiano Ronaldo is once again in the limelight in an increasingly busy January market.

The Manchester United star is said to be contemplating his future after a difficult period for the Red Devils, and Ronaldo’s next steps are in talks with his agent Jorge Mendes.

There has also been a setback for United, plus Chelsea and Manchester City, with AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez close to a new contract at the San Siro.

Chelsea faced a tough few days into the transfer window, with Romelu Lukaku tipped to replace Kylian Mbappe at Paris Saint-Germain, with the striker leaving France as a free agent and potentially moving to Real Madrid. were ready to join. Los Blancos are also among the clubs monitoring Erling Haaland.

In north London, Arsenal are planning their next move after a disappointing FA Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest. Reinforcement is on the way, while rivals Tottenham are considering a number of sales for the likes of Tangi Ndombele.

Philippe Coutinho’s move to Aston Villa can also be seen this Monday, and Steven Gerrard’s side has also been linked with a move to Everton’s Lucas Digne.

Also there are updates on the futures of Edinson Cavani, Bruno Fernandes, Luca Modric, Divock Origi, Adam Diallo and Sergio Oliveira.

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Rangnik assures Kawani’s future

Edinson Cavani will not leave Manchester United this month, Ralph Rangnick has confirmed.

“Eddie said I can count on him until the end of the season and he will continue to do his best to be a role model for the young players,” said the German.

“If he must play from the start he is always happy to do so and give his all but even if he is not playing he will try to be the best possible role model for other players.

“Eddie is one of those players who has a very strong mindset. He has a lot of experience and a good work ethic which can set a good example for the rest of the players as well.”

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seagull set bisouma fee

Brighton will ask for £50m for midfielder Yves Bisouma.

Arsenal and Liverpool have been linked with the midfielder, who has been an influential part of the Gauls’ squad in recent years.

But The Athletic said signing him would require a huge fee, amid rumored rival interest from Newcastle and Aston Villa.

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Barcelona Look Elsewhere

Barcelona have no interest in signing Anthony Martial this month.

According to Spanish outlet Sport, the Catalan is focusing his intentions elsewhere and has previously been linked with Edinson Cavani.

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Milan’s interest in AK

Sky Sport Italia named Nathan Acke as AC Milan’s target.

The Serie A team is looking for a new central defender after a serious injury to Simon Kjaer.

Amid Newcastle’s interest, Lille’s Sven Boutman is a major target the Italians are reportedly missing out on.

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Conte demanded more for Ndombele

Antonio Conte has urged Tottenham to get his thoughts or face out to Tangi Nombele.

After a boon for the player in yesterday’s game against Morecambe, Conte said: “You have to be good to change opinion. I was a player and it sometimes happened to me that someone was unhappy with my performance.

“This is our life. All right. We have to keep working and try to be better next time. We need to know very well that if we do well the fans are happy. If you don’t perform well If you do then the fans are not happy.”

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Kelleher tipped for loan move

Liverpool goalkeeper Kaomhin Kelleher has been urged to leave the club and build on his experience elsewhere.

Former Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Givens told Premier Sports: “If it was me, I would have knocked on Klopp’s door, I really would.

“I kept saying I needed to go out on debt, go and play. January is the time to do that, I’ll go to my agent and manager to ask me to play the game.

“I think going on loan would be the best thing for all concerned. I think he’s good enough to play in the first team, he’s a really good goalkeeper. I think he’s going to show that to people.” want.”

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According to, Theo Hernandez will not sign for Chelsea or Manchester United this month.

The left-back has been linked with a strengthening of the Premier League side, with Manchester City also showing interest this month.

But now he will sign a new contract until 2027 at the San Siro after talks with the club.

Hernandez is set to earn £65,000 a week and said last night: “We’re at a very good point. I’ve been happy from day one here. We’re talking.”


The city is in shock, Modric swoops in?

Manchester City are considering a surprise move for Luka Modric.

El Nacional reports on the Croatian running out of patience in negotiating a new contract, with his willingness to sign a two-year deal.

Modric is said to intend to retire in Madrid and is also ready to take a pay cut to ensure his future through 2024.

Should the 36-year-old fail to agree to the terms, the city is waiting in the wings…

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Arteta gives Arsenal update

Mikel Arteta refused to see the transfer market as a treatment for his Arsenal team’s horrific performance against Nottingham Forest last night.

“I want to get the best out of the players that we have,” he said.

“I think it is clear where we need to strengthen. But at the moment we have what we have and we have to play with what we have.”

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Fernandes is not going anywhere

Bruno Fernandes has hit back at suggestions that he would leave Manchester United for Barcelona.

Reports in Portugal linked the midfielder to a move this month but he criticized the notion in a comment on Instagram.

“And I thought the new year started a few days ago, yet we are already on April 1st,” he wrote.

“Or is this just shoddy journalism once again?”

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