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17:57 UTC: According to ESPN’s James Olley, Chelsea’s interest in Lucas Digne might be hindered by Newcastle’s desire to acquire the left-back on a permanent basis.
The Blues are considering January transfer prospects after discovering that Ben Chilwell would miss the remainder of the season due to a decision to have surgery on a knee injury suffered in late November.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has lamented his squad’s depletion in recent weeks, as the Blues have dropped eight points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City and have just Marcos Alonso as a healthy left wing-back. With Chilwell anticipated to return to full fitness this summer, Chelsea is in need of short-term backup and would welcome Digne on loan.
Everton, on the other hand, desire a direct trade due to a deterioration in Digne’s relationship with manager Rafa Benitez, who is also aiming to revamp his team in the summer season. Everton are said to be looking for about £25 million, a sum that would not discourage Newcastle after their Saudi-led purchase. Newcastle, who are 19th in the standings and have the division’s joint-worst defensive record, will want to acquire at least two defenders in January. Inter Milan and Napoli have also shown interest, although it is unclear if either team would be willing to pay Everton’s asking price.
There is clear attraction for Digne in attempting to force a transfer to Chelsea rather than facing relegation with Newcastle, but the clubs must first reach an agreement, with discussions scheduled in the coming days.
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Despite a setback in discussions this week, Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez says he hasn’t given up hope of getting Ousmane Dembele to sign a new deal.
Dembele, 24, is out of contract in June and is free to speak to other teams, with Barcelona and his representatives still unable to agree on fresh terms.
Xavi expressed his dissatisfaction with the scenario by saying, “I am not disappointed.” “It’s a negotiation,” says the narrator. Advisors and agents may be challenging at times. However, Barca’s stance is clear, and the process is still underway.
“I’m hopeful, and I’m hoping Ousmane will make an attempt to prolong his contract. He’s made an incredible offer. There’s usually some kind of back-and-forth.”
Xavi also said that re-signing Dembele would give Barca the financial space to make “one or two acquisitions” in January.
Barca can stretch the remaining amortisation payments on the transfer cost they paid for him in 2017 over the duration of his new terms, allowing them to spend less than their LaLiga-imposed spending cap of €97 million this season.
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16.27 GMT: Daryl Dike, a United States international, has joined West Bromwich Albion on a permanent four-and-a-half year agreement from Orlando City for an unknown price, the Championship club said on Saturday.
Dike scored 11 goals in 19 MLS appearances last season, and the 21-year-old has Championship experience, having spent last season on loan at Barnsley, where he scored nine goals in 19 league outings.
Dike’s goals for West Brom will be crucial in their bid for promotion back to the Premier League. They are fourth in the rankings, although their total of 30 goals scored in 24 league games this season is much less than the clubs ahead of them.
Here are the top-five goals scored by Dike throughout his stint with Orlando.
15.44 GMT: According to ESPN’s Mark Ogden, Real Madrid is seeking to sign Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe next summer in order to take advantage of Barcelona’s financial issues by getting the two most sought-after players in the world.
Real boss Carlo Ancelotti, on the other hand, stated on Saturday that he is not considering his team’s prospects of getting Mbappe next summer.
“Right now, the last thing on my mind is what’s going to happen on June 30,” Ancelotti stated during a press conference before of Madrid’s LaLiga match against Getafe. “We’re back in the league, we’ll play in the cup on Wednesday, and then there’s the Supercopa. It’s a critical juncture.”
Real tried and failed to sign Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe for €200 million during the summer transfer window, but the France international is likely to join Real as a free agent when his PSG contract expires at the end of the season.
Real feel they can craft a deal to bring the 21-year-old Norwegian to Madrid, despite competition from Manchester City, Manchester United, and Paris Saint-Germain for Borussia Dortmund striker Haaland.
Real will have the financial leeway to finance a deal for Haaland while still paying his and Mbappe’s salaries with four key earners — Gareth Bale, Isco, Luka Modric, and Marcelo — likely to be out of contract and off the salary bill at the conclusion of the season.
According to ESPN, Haaland will earn £30 million a year if he leaves Dortmund, where a €75 million release clause would kick in at the conclusion of the season.
According to ESPN, Haaland and his advisors will evaluate offers from a variety of teams, but Real Madrid is the frontrunner to sign the Norwegian international.
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15.09 GMT: While the coronavirus epidemic continues to have an effect on football’s finances, the January window for Europe’s major leagues will be open as usual (find out when each league’s window starts and closes here).
According to Deloitte, clubs in Italy’s Serie A (€550 million), Germany’s Bundesliga (€415 million), France’s Ligue 1 (€375 million), and Spain’s LaLiga (€295 million) spent far less during the summer, but the Premier League went big and spent €1.1 billion on players. January is normally a peaceful month, but will global developments force the top sides to adopt new strategies?
All of the significant trades have been graded, and the results are shown here. The most current articles are at the top, and each day is listed in ascending order of price. Check back later if you don’t see a grade for a move that has been completed. Unless an asterisk is present, all fees are reported.
– Barcelona receives a B+ for Torres’ transfer.
14:40 UTC: According to ABC, Real Madrid is not contemplating signing Antonio Rudiger on a free transfer next summer after being linked with the Chelsea defender in recent weeks.
Madrid believes the Chelsea defender’s agency is “using” the club’s reputation to assist Rudiger secure a better deal and signing bonus elsewhere, according to a Spanish publication published on Saturday.
According to ABC, Madrid is satisfied with David Alaba and Eder Militao as its first-choice center-back combination and will look for a younger, backup alternative in the summer rather than an experienced, top-level player like Rudiger, 28.
Bayern Munich and PSG have both been connected with the Germany international, who is due to depart Chelsea in June after failing to reach an agreement on a new contract at Stamford Bridge.
Mikel Arteta has a shortlist of attackers to replace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Arsenal, according to ESPN’s Julien Laurens, with Alexander Isak, Dusan Vlahovic, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Ollie Watkins among his priorities.
Arsenal’s future with Aubameyang has been cast into question due to disciplinary troubles, and Arteta is open to receiving bids for him in January.
Arteta and Arsenal’s recruiting staff are preparing for life without Aubameyang and are evaluating a variety of possibilities. Watkins, who joined Villa for £27.7 million from Brentford last summer and has 18 league goals in 51 appearances for the club, is one of them. Arteta is a fan of Watkins’ playing style and ability to play a variety of attacking positions, according to sources. There has been no direct communication between Arsenal and Aston Villa over Watkins, and sources say a January transfer is improbable, but the 25-year-old will be watched ahead of a summer move.
In the event that Aubameyang leaves, Real Sociedad’s Isak, Fiorentina’s Vlahovic, and Everton’s Calvert-Lewin are all possible replacements, according to sources, however Arsenal are mindful of how pricey a replacement may be and are considering alternative possibilities.
Meanwhile, Arteta is still looking for a holding midfielder after trying to recruit Jorginho from Chelsea 18 months ago when the Italy international was surplus to needs under Frank Lampard. Douglas Luiz, Watkins’ Villa colleague, is also on his radar, according to reports.
13:16 UTC: “It depends on what the player wants,” Diego Simeone said when asked whether Kieran Trippier may leave Atletico Madrid this month.
Last week, sources informed ESPN’s Alex Kirkland and Rodrigo Faez that Atletico Madrid were expecting a January approach for Trippier from Newcastle United, while the England full-back has also been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. Newcastle has made a proposal for Trippier, according to Sky Sports on Saturday.
In a press conference on Saturday, Simeone added, “We’ve always had to cope with these problems.” “Players who are really excellent and crucial to the team have always had the option to go. After then, it is up to the player to decide.”
He said, ” “In terms of player choices, we coaches can’t do too much. We can only tell them how we feel about Trippier and how essential he is to our team. We’ll seek for solutions depending on what occurs.”
Since joining Simeone’s LaLiga winners in 2019, Trippier, 31, has been an important player, but he is open to a return to the Premier League.
Brentford defender Christian Norgaard has extended his contract until 2025, with the Denmark international committing his future to the Bees.
Norgaard has started all of Brentford’s Premier League games thus far, with the exception of one. On Aug. 13, the 22-year-old scored in a 2-0 victory over Arsenal, their first match since promotion from the Championship last season.
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Vitaliy Mykolenko, a Ukraine international defender, has joined Everton from Dynamo Kiev.
The 22-year-old has agreed to a deal that would keep him at Goodison Park until 2026.
Rafa Benitez of Everton thinks Mykoloenko is just the first of numerous midseason additions. “We are in communication with teams,” he stated before of Sunday’s encounter against Brighton. “But it’s not just me — the board is [also] searching for the proper solutions.”
“We have to be cautious whether we acquire, sell, or loan players since not everyone has a lot of money to spend.”
“I understood what we were searching for in August, and we’re still looking for the proper players for now and the future.”
“We’re trying to ensure that we have opportunities to improve. What can [fans] anticipate? There will be two or three players, as well as guys that want to be here.”
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11.34 GMT: West Ham United boss David Moyes has said that he intends to build his squad around Declan Rice in the future.
Rice, 22, is under contract with the Hammers until 2024, with a one-year extension option, although he has drawn interest from a number of teams, including his childhood club, Chelsea.
“Declan is on a lengthy contract, so we’re not in a panic,” Moyes remarked. “We have no intention of selling him, and as I’ve mentioned many times before, if we ever had to, it would be a long shot.”
“My duty is to maintain the club and the level growing. We need guys that are on the same level as Declan. He’s been a revelation for us this season, and we’re hoping he can keep the squad on track.”
Rice, an England international, is due to make his 150th Premier League appearance when West Ham travels to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
10.41 a.m. GMT: According to ESPN’s Rob Dawson, Napoli has enquired about Axel Tuanzebe’s position for the January transfer window.
Tuanzebe is on loan at Aston Villa, but the Italian club has queried about United’s ambitions for the 24-year-old as they evaluate defensive alternatives. According to ESPN, Napoli has yet to contact Tuanzebe’s representation, who are expected to meet with United executives first to discuss the former England under-21 international’s future.
Tuanzebe joined Villa Park on a one-year loan in the summer and has made 11 appearances so far this season, despite not starting a game since November 5. He has a contract until 2023 at Old Trafford and is well regarded by the coaching staff, but the centre-back is looking for more regular playing time and is currently ranked below Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane in the pecking order.
Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, and Phil Jones are all in the United team, as is Teden Mengi, a 19-year-old academy graduate.
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09:49 UTC: Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel expressed his concern that Romelu Lukaku’s contentious interview may destabilize his team’s season, and expressed astonishment at the striker’s declaration that he is unhappy at the club.
Lukaku said he was “not pleased” because “the coach has decided to play with another system” in an interview with Sky Sport Italia that was filmed three weeks ago but just published on Thursday.
Last summer, the 28-year-old joined Chelsea for £97.5 million from Internazionale, and he said that he wanted to return to the Serie A club “not at the end of my career, but at a still strong level to maybe win more.”
Despite the fact that Lukaku has scored three goals in his past four games, the Belgium international’s words put Tuchel in a tough position, since his team’s spotty record has left them eight points behind Manchester City ahead of Sunday’s match against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
“Of course, we don’t like that because it adds noise that we don’t need and it is not good,” Tuchel said of Lukaku’s remarks during a press conference on Friday prior of that game.
“On the other hand, we don’t want to make it much bigger than it is.” You’re perfectly aware of the situation. It is quite simple to remove lines from their context. It’s all too simple to cut lines, create headlines, and then realize afterwards that it’s not that horrible and not what he intended.
“To be honest, I don’t like it since it creates unnecessary noise.” This does not help us concentrate or maintain a tranquil atmosphere. If it’s an interview with someone of that caliber, that significant player. I completely comprehend the procedure.
“That’s why there’s a lot of additional noise, not just a little amount.” But we’re not here to simply read the headlines; maybe we can take the time to attempt to comprehend what’s going on since it doesn’t represent Romelu’s everyday work, attitude, or behavior here at Cobham.
“You must ask him, not me; I am unable to assist you further since I was astonished.”
9:00 a.m. GMT: Tottenham Hotspur are expected to make a hefty offer to AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie in order to persuade him to sign a pre-contract deal with the north London club, according to ESPN’s James Olley.
The 25-year-current old’s contract at the San Siro expires at the end of the season, and he has refused all efforts to extend it so far.
According to ESPN sources, one of the key sticking points has been Kessie’s requested pay, which has been compared to Milan’s current offer of €6.5 million per year. Spurs are poised to imply that they will exceed that price, according to ESPN, with chairman Daniel Levy willing to authorize the sale since there will be no transfer fee involved.
From January 1, Kessie will be allowed to deal directly with foreign teams, and sources tell ESPN that many clubs are keeping a close eye on the issue. Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester United are all anticipated to bolster their midfield options in January or the summer, but there has been no official confirmation that Stamford Bridge has joined the race. Milan has also given up hope that Kessie would sign a new contract with the club.
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– Southampton is said to be leading the hunt for Fleetwood Town’s James Hill. The 19-year-old centre-back has been watched by the likes of Barcelona and Liverpool in recent months, but according to TeamTalk, the Saints have moved into first place in the fight to recruit him.
– According to Rudy Galetti, Galatasaray are interested in signing Krzysztof Piatek. This season, the 26-year-old striker has struggled for form, scoring only one goal in nine Bundesliga games for Hertha Berlin. The Turkish Super Lig team is interested to sign him on a loan deal, and talks between the two clubs are currently underway.
– If AS Roma are unable to negotiate a move for Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles, they have identified Almamy Toure as a possible replacement. According to Calciomercato, the 25-year-old Eintracht Frankfurt defender would be available for less than €8 million, with Jose Mourinho’s team in need of a right-back. Toure has already represented France at the youth level, and being a French citizen, the Serie A club may sign him without having to use a non-EU squad player slot.
– According to Fabrizio Romano, Nicolas Tagliafico might leave Ajax in January, and a number of Premier League teams are already interested in signing him. The 29-year-old left-back has been linked with Aston Villa, Newcastle United, and Chelsea, however it is said that discussions with the Eredivisie club have yet to begin.
– Toronto FC’s transfer activity continues, with the club returning to Serie A in search of reinforcements. Mimmo Criscito’s contract offer has been upgraded by the MLS club, according to Nicolo Schira, after the Genoa captain had turned down the possibility to transfer to the United States. And, when it was revealed earlier this week that Lorenzo Insigne had agreed to join the Reds, the Reds may now have a stronger chance of landing their next Italian acquisition.
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