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Juranovic wants to swap Scotland for Serie A


RecordSport claims that much-wanted Celtic defender Josip Juranovic is keen on a move to Serie A.

The right-back has been tipped with a move away from Scotland after impressing during Croatia's run to the World Cup semi-finals.

Now his representative Hussein Algaaod has reportedly been told to consider the interest coming from Italy ahead of the window opening in January.

Arsenal legend urges deal for World Cup stars


Former player Ray Parlour has urged Arsenal to go out and sign Morocco heroes Sofyan Amrabat and Azzedine Ounahi in the January transfer market.

As quoted by MailOnline, he said: "Ounahi, the No.8, he is different class. Would I take him at Arsenal? Definitely!"He then added: "Amrabat, he's a player, too. If I was Arsenal I'd be looking at him. Central midfield, he can get his foot in. A very good player."

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Venezia chasing Tymoteusz Puchacz


Fulham change mind on defender


According to reports in Italian media, Fulham are set to pull out of a move for Rick Karsdorp who currently plays for Roma.

They are said to prefer Arsenal right-back Cedric Soares – who will supposedly cost much less money.

However, French clubs such as Marseille and Lyon could yet make a move for the Serie A defender.

Newcastle want Bellingham's brother


As per TEAMtalk, Birmingham City youngster Jobe Bellingham – the 17-year-old younger brother of England star Jude – could be on the move soon.

Indeed, Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are amongst the teams said to be interested. The teenage midfielder is expected to stay in England.

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Leon King signs new deal with Rangers


Lecce in talks to sign Bove from Roma


Lecce have already held talks with Roma about signing Edoardo Bove.

Calciomercato reports the Serie A side want to complete a loan deal with an option to sign him on a permanent basis.

Galatasaray want Memphis


Galatasaray are willing to meet Barcelona's asking price for Memphis Depay, says Sport.

The Netherlands attacker is reluctant to move to Turkey but Galatasaray are the only team to have made an offer for him so far.

Scalvini tops Inter list of priorities


Inter have made Giorgio Scalvini their top priority signing, according to Calciomercato.

The Nerazzurri are set to lose Milan Skriniar for free at the end of the season and want Scalvini to take his place.

Atalanta are demanding €40 million for him, however, and that price may be too high for Inter.

Bayern want Bounou as Neuer replacement


Yassine Bounou might be rewarded for his heroics in the World Cup as Bayern Munich are interested in signing the Sevilla keeper, according to Sky Sports.

Manuel Neuer is out of action after breaking his leg while skiing and the Moroccan keeper is being considered as a replacement.

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Real Madrid announce Endrick deal


Real Madrid have managed to sign Endrick from Palmeiras in Brazil beating the likes of PSG, Chelsea and Barcelona.

The will be able to join Real Madrid when he comes of age in July 2024. The contract is valid until 2027 and there is an option to extend it until 2030.

Felix wants Arsenal move in January


Joao Felix is keen to move to Arsenal in January, according to the Mirror.

Aston Villa are vying for his services as well but the Atletico Madrid forward prefers to join Mikel Arteta's side rather than Unai Emery's.

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Juventus consider to sell Rabiot in January


Juventus are yet to agree to extension terms with Adrien Rabiot whose contract expires in the summer and are hence eager to sell him in January, according to Calcio Mercato.

Manchester United were keen to get the player in the summer but the deal fell through as they could not agree to personal terms with the French midfielder.

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Arsenal contact Milinkovic-Savic's representatives


Arsenal have already got in touch with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic's agent and is preparing to make a move for the Lazio midfielder in the summer, according to Relevo.

The Serbian has a contract with the Serie A outfit until 2024 and is not keen to sign an extension. Currently, the club is asking £86m (€100m) for the player but it would significantly come down in the summer.

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Lampard in contention for England job


Frank Lampard is a contender for the England national team job if Gareth Southgate decides to quit, according to Football Insider.

The Everton manager is admired by FA chief executive Mark Bullingham and technical director John McDermott and they think that Lampard has the perfect profile for the post, should Southgate decide to leave.

Both officials will hold talks with the current manager before deciding the next course of action.

Chelsea set to sign Ivorian striker Fofana


Chelsea join race for Moukoko


Chelsea have reportedly submitted an offer for Youssoufa Moukoko to Borussia Dortmund, according to Sky Sports.

Barcelona along with Manchester United and Liverpool are keen to get the 18-year-old as well. However, the starlet is not willing to settle for a bench role and this factor would determine his next destination.

Bournemouth set to reinforce heavily in January


Bournemouth owner Bill Foley is ready to break the bank to strengthen his squad in the upcoming January transfer window.

"We’ll spend money in the January transfer window. We’ve already identified several candidates who we’re interested in and I wouldn’t be surprised to see us bring in four or five new players with the skillsets in the areas where we need help. We’re supportive of that.

"So the money is in the bank for us to spend on players and if the fans look at my history with the Golden Knights, there is no budget. Simply that," he said to Sky Sports News.

Foley's takeover of Bournemouth was made official on Tuesday earlier this week.

Chelsea might U-turn on Ronaldo stance


Cristiano Ronaldo could return to the Premier League with Chelsea as the Blues might change their stance on the Portuguese forward, according to Football.London.

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly remains an admirer of Ronaldo and wanted to sign him in the summer. However, it is reported that former manager Thomas Tuchel blocked the move and that did not go down well with Boehly. With striker Armando Broja set for a lengthy layoff, Ronaldo might head to Stamford Bridge in January.

The Portuguese forward is currently a free agent after cutting ties with Manchester United and it is expected that he needs to take a pay-cut to continue his journey in Europe.

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Leverkusen interested in Coufal


Bayer Leverkusen are keen to sign West Ham defender Vladimir Coufal, according to Sky Sports.

Two Premier League clubs are also monitoring his progress. He has a contract until 2024 with the option of a further year. The player is open to a move as he is frustrated due to a lack of minutes.

West Ham have already signed Sao Paolo defender Luizao as a backup and he will join in January on a three-and-a-half-year deal.

Chelsea 'frontrunners' in race for Rafael Leao


Dean Jones has told GIVEMESPORT that Chelsea have emerged as the leaders in the race to sign Rafael Leao from AC Milan, and are hopeful of bringing him to London.

Should the Rossoneri sanction a transfer, Jones states that the Blues are confident they can secure his services.

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Hakimi would take pay cut for Real Madrid return


Relevo report that Achraf Hakimi would be willing to take a pay cut in order to seal a return to Real Madrid.

The Moroccan has enjoyed a stellar World Cup campaign with his nation and developed into one of the best right-backs in the world at Inter and Paris Saint-Germain.

He left Real in 2020, but was born in Madrid and would be 'delighted' to head back to the club.

Man Utd eyeing forward and right-back in January - Sky Sports


Manchester United are considering a handful of potential forward signings in January and would move for a right-back if Aaron Wan-Bissaka is sold, according to Sky Sports.

They also report, however, that United are conscious of complying with Financial Fair Play (FFP) laws, and are also keeping tabs the loan market as a result. There is a chance they could go through January without making a signing.

PSV's Cody Gakpo is one of 'a few' forwards United have an eye on, but the Red Devils are wary of inflated prices.