Man Utd enter race for Felix
Portuguese forward Joao Felix is reportedly extremely keen to leave Atletico Madrid and Manchester United have joined the race for the 22-year-olds signature according to Deportes Cuatro.
Felix may have had a falling out with coach Diego Simeone and is now trying to leave the Metropolitano Stadium with PSG and Bayern Munich also potential suitors.
Sevilla sent scouts to watch Broja vs Brentford
Sevilla reportedly sent scouts to watch Armando Broja in action against Brentford for Chelsea on Wednesday night according to Ekrem Konur. The Albanian recently signed a contract extension with the Blues until 2028 so it may take a large fee to pry him away from Stamford Bridge.
Marseille president rules out signing Ronaldo
The president of Marseille Pablo Longoria has shut down any potential of the French outfit signing the Portuguese striker.
Longoria told RMC Sport: "Marseille need a balanced economic situation and we are a long way from being able to count on players like that, with great stars. We prefer team players, who put the individual at the service of the collective. We have a project where all the players work for the team."
Spurs interested in McKennie
Tottenham are interested in USMNT midfielder Weston McKennie according to Calciomercato.com. The 24-year-old currently plays for Juventus but has struggled to find consistent game time in Turin and Spurs may be able to offer more minutes to the American.
Barcelona want to break ties with Pique
Barcelona are exploring ways to break ties with veteran defender Gerard Pique. The Spanish defender was the subject of whistles in Barcelona's game against Villarreal and the club are going to try and convince him to leave the club prior to his contract ending in 2024 according to Sport.
Gabriel signs new Arsenal contract
Brazilian centre-back Gabriel has signed a new contract with Arsenal valid until 2027. The 24-year-old has played 10 games in the Premier League this season, helping the Gunners to 27 points out of a possible 30.
On the new contract Gabriel said: "I’m very happy to sign this new contract with Arsenal, because it's such a big club. It’s my dream and today is the best day of my life. I’m so happy to extend my contract here. Every game the supporters are pushing the team in the stadium. It’s why I’m so happy to stay here. Arsenal is my home. In the future, I want to win games for Arsenal, I want to win trophies with Arsenal and stay here for a long time because it’s my home."
Zaha to shun Palace contract talks
Wilfried Zaha could shun talks with Crystal Palace in order to force a move away from Selhurst Park. The Daily Mail believe he may be looking to make a move to a top six club, with north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham interested in his signature.
Neves suggests he would be open to Barca move
Ruben Neves has suggested that he would be open to a move to Spanish giants Barcelona if the opportunity presented itself. According to Fabrizio Romano the Portuguese midfielder said: "If you ask in general, all players want to play for Barca! It’s one of the best clubs in the world. It's a privilege for me to be linked to this team.”
Liverpool want De Jong in January
Liverpool have got in touch with Frenkie de Jong's agents over a potential January signing, according to ESPN.
Manchester United and Chelsea are also in the hunt for the midfielder.
United could release Ronaldo for free in January
Manchester United could let go of Cristiano Ronaldo on a free transfer in January if they cannot strike a deal, according to i News.
The Portuguese superstar found himself back on the bench for a Premier League meeting with Spurs and headed off down the tunnel before a 2-0 victory for the Red Devils had been confirmed. United have since stated that Ronaldo will play no part in their trip to Chelsea on Saturday, as he is forced to train with the club’s Under-21 side, with Ten Hag eager to get his message across to a player that also left Old Trafford early back in July after being replaced during a friendly with Rayo Vallecano.
Milan interested in Chelsea's Broja
AC Milan are keen to get Chelsea's Armando Broja, according to Calciomercato.
The club have had several contacts with Broja's camp and they know that Chelsea value the striker at €35m. He is struggling to get minutes at Stamford Bridge and could be open to a move to Serie A.
Villa in talks with Sporting CP's Amorim
Aston Villa are in talks with Sporting CP manager Ruben Amorim to fill the vacant manager's chair at Villa Park, according to The Athletic's David Ornstein.
Mauricio Pochetino and Thomas Tuchel were considered for the position but both managers are not interested to take up the job.
Villarreal striker Danjuma drawing Newcastle & Chelsea interest
Newcastle United and Chelsea are interested in Villarreal striker Arnaut Danjuma, according to CalcioMercatoWeb.
The striker has been thriving under Unai Emery in Spain and has scored three goals in eight appearances. It is believed that AC Milan are also trying to get his services next summer, who has a contract at La Ceramica until 2026.
Liverpool & City fight to get Kvaratskhelia
Liverpool and Manchester City are closely monitoring the progress of Napoli winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, according to Calcio Mercato.
The Georgia international has been a revelation this season at Naples and has already scored seven goals and provided eight assists in 14 appearances across all competitions.
Asslani might join Newcastle in January
Inter Milan midfielder Kristjan Asllani is keen to move out on loan in January, according to TuttoMercatoWeb.
He ahs failed to find his feet in Serie A and wants to try the Premier League for more minutes with Newcastle United interested to get him.
Gerrard's backroom team also moves out of Villa
Aston Villa have confirmed that Steven Gerrard's backroom team of Gary McAllister, Neil Critchley, Tom Culshaw, and Jordan Milsom have left the club after the departure of the head coach.
First-team coach Aaron Danks will be in charge of Vila during Sunday's Premier League match against Brentford at home.
Sevilla set to beat three Premier League sides to sign Rovers' star
Sevilla are the front-runners to sign Blackburn Rovers star Ben Brereton Diaz in January, according to Football Insider.
Everton, Leeds and Fulham are also vying for his signature but it is the Andalusian side who find themselves in pole position to get Diaz.
Chelsea ready to extend Lukaku loan deal at Inter
Chelsea and Inter are set to agree on an additional year on loan at Chelsea before a permanent transfer deal in the summer of 2024, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Italian outlet also reports that the announcement will not come until New year and all three parties including the Belgian have agreed to this arrangement.
Leeds want to sign McKennie
Leeds United are keen to sign Weston McKennie, according to blogger Simon Phillips.
Juventus is looking to offload the midfielder in January and a number of Premier League outfits are willing to bid for him including heavyweights like Manchester United, Tottenham, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid.
The USMNT player is contracted to the Bianconeri until the summer of 2025.
Villa to start talks with Emery
Aston Villa are set to start managerial discussions with Unai Emery, as revealed by Football Insider.
The Midlands club have parted ways with Steven Gerrard following the defeat to Fulham and are now in hunt of a new maanger.
Ilkay Gundogan wanted by Galatasaray
Ilkay Gundogan could be set to leave Manchester City and head to Turkey, according to The Sun.
The midfielder has just one year left on his current deal and has emerged as a shock target for Galatasaray.
Inter Miami could move for Ronaldo
Inter Miami could move for Cristiano Ronaldo after he was dropped by Man Utd for leaving the win over Spurs early.
The Mirror report the MLS side may be tempted to go for the Portugal international as they look for a replacement for Gonzalo Higuain.
Lukaku to stay at Inter
Chelsea will allow Romelu Lukaku to stay on loan at Inter next season, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Blues are then willing to sell the striker but face losing millions on a player who cost them £97 million.
Conte avoiding Spurs contract talks
Antonio Conte is refusing to discuss a new contract at Tottenham as he likely wants to leave the club, says Alvise Cagnazzo with the Daily Mail.
The report looks at Conte's history of running down contracts and notes he would welcome a return to Juventus.
His current deal with Spurs expires at the end of the season.
Napoli close to Anguissa extension
Talks over a contract extension for Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Napoli are advancing, according to Nicolo Schira.
The midfielder has proven crucial to Luciano Spalletti's side and is close to signing a deal until 2027, with an increase in salary to €2,7M/year + bonuses.