AC Milan eyeing Arias

AC Milan are chasing Atletico Madrid and Colombia full-back Santiago
Arias, AS reports.
The 27-year-old has fallen behind summer signing Kieran Trippier as
Diego Simeone’s first-choice right-back, and therefore any approach
from Milan may be successful as they look to strengthen their defence.

Giroud wanted by Lyon

Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud is wanted by Ligue 1side Lyon, who will make
a move for the France striker if their current forward Moussa Dembele
chooses to leave the club.
According to Soccer Link, Dembele is still a transfer target for
Manchester United, and therefore the French side will turn to Giroud
should they lose their star man.
Dembele has seven league goals this season, while Giroud has found
game time hard to come by under Frank Lampard.

Khacef arrives in Paris ahead of Rennes move

Goal can confirm that Naoufel Khacef has arrived in Paris this
weekend, with his agent set to meet with representatives from Rennes
ahead of a potential move for the defender.
The left-back is currently with Algerian ouftit NA Hussein Dey, but
could seal a move to the Ligue 1 side in the coming days.

Newcastle eyeing James loan move

Newcastle will make a loan move for Chelsea youngster Reece James in
January, claims the Mail Online.
The 19-year-old has five appearances for the Blues this season, and
Steve Bruce hopes to persuade him to move to St James’ Park on a
temporary basis by offering him the incentive of regular first team

Rodwell Roma move uncertain

Jack Rodwell’s surprise switch to Roma may be off the cards, with the
club’s sporting director Gianluca Petrachi unsure as to whether or not
the midfielder can improve their performances.
The former Blackburn man may also have to battle it out with ex-Empoli
midfielder Marcel Buchel for a place within the squad, and
Calciomercato reports that Roma will only be able to make a move for
one of them.

Man United interested in Martinez

Manchester United are interested in the signature of Inter Milan
striker Lautaro Martinez, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The 22-year-old Argentinian has four league goals this season, and is
also reportedly wanted by Barcelona.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are among the lowest scorers in the
Premier League this season, and have struggled in the final third
after selling Romelu Lukaku to Inter in the summer.
They could turn to his strike partner Martinez as early as January in
a bid to climb the league table and search for a top four spot.

Juventus join race for Porto youngster

Juventus have joined Atletico Madrid in the race to sign highly-rated
Porto forward Fabio Silva.
The 17-year-old has been breaking records for the Portuguese outfit
this season, becoming the club’s youngest player in the league and
later in Europe after playing against Gil Vicente and Young Boys
And according to Calciomercato, he is now wanted by some of Europe’s
top clubs, with Juventus now leading the chase.

Aarons to make Spurs switch?

Norwich youngster Max Aarons could be the answer to Tottenham’s
right-back struggles, with Daniel Farke reportedly ready to allow his
defender the chance to play for a bigger club.
The England Under-21 international has been on the radar of Mauricio
Pochettino ever since Spurs sold Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid.
And according to the Telegraph, 19-year-old Aarons is the club’s
number one priority in January.

Ozil has MLS offers

Mesut Ozil has been offered the chance to rebuild his career by three MLS teams.
DC United, LA Galaxy and David Beckham’s Inter Miami are all ready to
take on the German, claims the Express.
The midfielder has been frozen out by manager Unai Emery this season,
and could finally make an exit from the club in the January transfer

Liverpool to set high price tag to keep Gomez

Liverpool will set a high price tag on defender Joe Gomez amid
interest from both Arsenal and Spurs, reports the Mirror.
The 22-year-old has seen playing time hard to come by, with Trent
Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip keeping him out of right-back and
centre-back respectively.
But Liverpool want to keep the young defender, and will raise his
price tag in order to fend off any interest from their Premier League

Man City set £100m Sane price to scare off Bayern

Manchester City hope to warn Bayern Munich off of Leroy Sane by
setting a £100 million asking price, according to The Sun.
The German champions were linked with the winger in the close season
before he suffered a cruciate ligament injury that will keep him out
of action until February.
But City fear Bayern will return for him again next summer and believe
putting a big price tag on him will stop them from luring him away.

Man Utd to move for Leeds star Phillips

Manchester United are keeping a close eye on Leeds midfielder Kalvin
Phillips and could be lining up a move for him.
The Sun reports Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sent Mike Phelan and Kieran
McKenna to watch the 23-year-old against Birmingham and Preston.
Tottenham tried to sign Phillips in the summer but Leeds rejected
their offer and now United are looking to find out how much it will
take to convince them to let him go.

City to put £100m price tag on Jesus as Bayern circle

The Brazilian won’t be allowed to leave the Etihad cheaply
Manchester City will put a price tag of £100 million on Gabriel Jesus
in order to fend off interest from Bayern Munich, as reported bythe
Bayern are eager to sign Jesus, despite the fact that his City
contract runs until the summer of 2023.
Throughout his time at City, Jesus has had to battle for a place in
the side due to the presence of Sergio Aguero, which could help turn
his head towards Bayern.

Woodward approves Bundesliga swoop

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has given the go ahead for a £125
million swoop for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz and striker
Thomas Muller, as reported by the Mirror.
United sent scouts to Germany on Saturday to watch 20-year-old German
international Havertz play against Werder Bremen as well as watching
Muller in Bayern Munich’s game against Union Berlin.

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