Wolves, West Ham interested in Luyindama

Birmingham Live claim Premier League rivals Wolves and West Ham are monitoring Christian Luyindama.
The defender – who attracted interest last summer from Aston Villa – currently plays for Galatasaray and both Wolves and West Ham sent scouts to watch Luyindama in the recent Champions League games against Paris Saint-Germain and Club Brugge.

Man Utd makes Dembele contact

Manchester United have spoken to Lyon about the potential transfer of Moussa Dembele, according to journalist Duncan Castles.
“There has been contact between Manchester United and individuals close to Moussa Dembele to assess the player’s interest in the move and to work out what the cost would be in terms of salary,” Castles told the Transfer Window Podcast.

Spurs to block Aurier’s transfer

Tottenham will not allow full-back, Serge Aurier, to leave the club in January, according to Tuttosport.
The Italian outlet report that AC Milan want to sign the Ivorian defender, but the lack of options at Spurs means he is unlikely to be made available for transfer in the upcoming window.

Solskjaer backs Wilson move

Manchester United could attempt to sign Bournemouth striker, Callum Wilson, in January.
The Red Devils have been linked with a host of strikers – such as Moussa Dembele, Mario Mandzukic and Krzysztof Piatek – but the Manchester Evening News report Wilson would fit Solskjaer’s transfer policy of ‘young. British and hungry’ striker.
The only drawback may be the player’s price, which is estimated at £70 million ($89m).

Tottenham to return for Fernandes

Portuguese outlet A BOLA claim Tottenham will attempt to sign Sporting midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, in January.
The 25-year-old was heavily linked with a move to the London side last summer, but any potential deal broke down.
However, should Christian Eriksen leave Spurs in the mid-season window, Fernandes could be signed to fill the void created by the outgoing Dane.

Bristol City want Arsenal loanee in January

On-loan Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah is wanted by Bristol City in January as he struggles to secure game time at Leeds.
The 20-year-old has been used mainly as substitute by Marcelo Bielsa but still managed to score four goals across eight appearances for the club.
Bristol City attempted to sign Nketiah over the summer and are eager to try again when the transfer window re-opens according to The Sun.

Van der Sar expresses interest in Man Utd role

Edwin Van der Sar has admitted that he would be open to a front office role at Manchester United at some point in the future.
Var der Sar, who is currently the CEO at Ajax, has been mentioned as a candidate for the director of football position at Old Trafford, which is still unoccupied.

Newcastle eye QPR youngster Manning

Newcastle are ready to make a move for QPR’s Ryan Manning in the January transfer window, according to Football Insider.
The 23-year-old was originally a midfielder but has impressed since being moved to left-back for QPR this season.
That has attracted the attention of Newcastle boss Steve Bruce as he assesses his plans for the January transfer window.

Arsenal open Aubameyang talks

Arsenal are in talks with striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over a new deal at Emirates Stadium, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 30-year-old’s current deal still has two years to run but the Gunners are ready to offer fresh terms through to 2023.
Aubameyang has scored 49 goals in 75 appearances for the club since joining from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018.

Fernandinho to be offered new City deal
Manchester City are ready to open talks with veteran midfielder Fernandinho over a new deal at Etihad Stadium, reports The Sun.
The 34-year-old is out of contract in the summer and is free to discuss terms with rival clubs from January.
However, City are keen to keep him at the club for another 12 months after being impressed with the way he has helped lead the side following the departure of club captain Vincent Kompany.

Barca open to Rakitic sale in January

Barcelona are ready to sell Ivan Rakitic in January after the Croatia midfielder slipped out of favour at Camp Nou, reports AS.
The 31-year-old has grown frustrated with life in Catalonia after making just one start for the club so far this season.
Barca rejected an approach from Juventus over the summer but are now willing to consider offers when the transfer window reopens.

Dortmund chief admits Sancho could move soon

Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc has admitted he does not foresee Jadon Sancho remaining at the Bundesliga club on a long-term basis.
Asked by German magazine Kicker whether the England international would leave the Signal Iduna Park this summer, he said: “No decision has been made on that.
“But you do not have to be a prophet to say that Jadon will certainly not be here for another five years.”

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