There are so many lies about my Juventus future, says Di Maria
Angel Di Maria hasn't had the start to life at Juventus that he might have been expecting and rumours have been circulating that he wants to leave in January. Although, in a message posted to his Instagram account, he has claimed that those reports are nothing but lies.
He wrote: "I don't know who invented the rumours that I am leaving in January, my statements that you have read and heard where I say that I am going to retire at Rosario Central (the club I left from) are recent, but they are statements I have been making since the day I first arrived to play here in Europe in 2007. This does not mean that I want to leave TODAY, nor will I leave in January, please stop making up news, I am very happy at this great club."
Read more of what the Juventus winger had to say on GOAL.
Lazio reiterate strong Milinkovic-Savic stance
Lazio president Claudio Lotito continues to claim that Lazio have no intention of losing Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in the January transfer window or next summer.
“I will not sell Milinkovic-Savic, I will offer him a renewal," he told Il Messaggero (via Football Italia). "I reiterate, he is now worth €120m, and every month that passes, the price goes up.”
Kvaratskhelia is 'non-transferable', says Napoli president Giuntoli
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia has set Serie A and the Champions League alight so far this season and is, unsurprisingly, attracting plenty of interest from Europe's top clubs.
Although, there are no plans to sell the Georgian, according to Napoli president Cristiano Giuntoli. He told DAZN: "He is doing very well, many are doing well. We are very far from the January market and there is nothing in the pipeline. We are very happy, many guys are doing well but the difference will make him continue to do well. Kvara is absolutely non-transferable."
Read more on GOAL.
Shakhtar director confirms Arsenal interest in Mudryk
Shakhtar Donetsk's Carlo Nicolini director has admitted that there had been interest from Arsenal for Mykhaylo Mudryk but has warned that he will not come cheap.
The Ukrainian outfit value him at €100m and any club that wants to get his services must match that amount.
Read the full quotes here.
Milan's target is to sign a striker in January
AC Milan are looking to add a striker in their ranks in the winter transfer window, according to Calciomercato.
They have shortlisted Chelsea's Armando Broja and RB Salzburg's Noah Okafor. Broja would cost them around €35M while Okafor might come a bit cheaper as his contract runs out in 2024.
Leeds interested in Pulisic
Christian Pulisic is being sought after by Leeds United according to a report from Fichajes.
The 24-year-old winger is being used as a wing-back by Graham Potter and the USMNT player wants a move elsewhere to re-ignite his career.
Chelsea get Shields as co-director of recruitment and talent
Chelsea have confirmed the appointment of Joe Shields as their new co-director of recruitment and talent. Shields will join once his obligations with Southampton are complete.
Read more here.
Chelsea FC have appointed Joe Shields as Co-Director of Recruitment and Talent.— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) October 27, 2022
Newcastle to hand extension to Almiron
Newcastle United are willing to offer Miguel Almiron a contract extension, according to The Telegraph.
His current deal expires in the summer of 2024 and they are likely to hand him a two-year extension which will keep him at St. James Park until 2026.
Arsenal shortlist three players for January transfer window
Arsenal have shortlisted Palmeiras' Danilo, Shakhtar Donetsk's Mykhaylo Mudryk and Villarreal's Yeremy Pino as their potential targets for the January transfer window, according to The Sun via Sky Sports.
Arsenal believes that each of them is worth around £25m.
Man City complete Lawrence signing from Everton
Manchester City have signed teenage midfielder Emilio Lawrence from Everton, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Manchester City have finally signed top talent Emilio Lawrence after long negotiations. It’s done — as deal has been signed, medical completed. 🔵🏴 #MCFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 26, 2022
Lawrence joins City from #EFC, he was also part of the U23 team last season. Big statement by City to sign more top talents. pic.twitter.com/62ZxH7Rcv6
Chelsea set sight on Dumfries
Chelsea are plotting a deal to sign Inter defender Denzel Dumfries, according to 90 Min.
Reece James remains injured with no potential return date and the Blues want to sign the Dutch international as a cover for him.
Tottenham to offer Hojbjerg an improved contract
Tottenham Hotspur are ready to offer Denmark midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojberg, an improved contract, according to Times.
The Danish midfielder has been pretty impressive with his performances in midfield and has also scored thrice in the Premier League.
Man Utd keeping tabs on Simon & Costa as De Gea replacement
Manchester United are monitoring goalkeepers Unai Simon and Diogo Costa as David De Gea's extension continues to be up in the air, according to The Athletic.
Erik ten hag is considering other options as the Red Devil's shot-stopper is nearing the end of his deal in the summer of 2023. However, they have a clause to extend his stay by a year.
Villa to hand Emery 'huge' war chest in January
Aston Vila re set to offer Unai Emery a 'huge' transfer budget in January, according to Football Insider.
Owners Naseef Sawiris and Wes Edens have made it clear to Emery that he will be backed in January to improve the squad significantly.
Man Utd might go for Leeds' Adams
Man United are interested to get Leeds United midfielder Tyler Adams, according to Football Insider.
He joined the Premier League side in the summer after signing a five-year deal at Eland Road from RB Leipzig.
Everton interested in Podence
Everton are interested to sign Wolves' Daniel Podence, according to Football Insider.
Jorge Mendes is already looking for a new club for the player whose current deal runs until the summer of 2024 at the Molineux.
Reis to take over as Schalke boss
Thomas Reis has agreed to take over as Schalke coach, Sky in Germany reports.
The 49-year-old will replace Frank Kramer after his recent departure and will look to pull the Gelsenkirchen side off the bottom of the Bundesliga.
Sporting Kansas City sign ex-Levante star Radoja
Sporting Kansas City have completed the signing of defensive midfielder Nemanja Radoja, it has been confirmed.
The ex-Levante star has signed a three-year contract with an option for a fourth.
Arsenal prioritise Danilo, Mudryk & Pino signings (The Sun)
Arsenal are lining up bids for Palmeiras star Danilo, Shakhtar's Mykhaylo Mudryk and Villarreal winger Yeremy Pino.
The Sun reports the Gunners are ready to spend big in the January transfer window to ensure they stay in the fight for the Premier League title and believe the trio could help boost the team.
Bayern plot bid for Gladbach star Thuram
Bayern Munich are considering a move for Borussia Monchengladbach striker Marcus Thuram, L'Equipe says.
The German giants are looking for a striker to succeed Robert Lewandowski and believe the 25-year-old French forward, who has scored 11 goals in 13 games this season, is the man to fill the role.
Liverpool & Real Madrid join Chelsea in Guimaraes chase (TNT Sports)
Liverpool and Real Madrid are prepared to challenge Chelsea to the signing of Bruno Guimaraes from Newcastle, according to TNT Sports.
GOAL reported this week that the Blues hope to sign the Brazilian midfielder, although Newcastle are prepared to make him their highest-paid player with a lengthy contract extension.
But Liverpool and Madrid have expressed concrete interest in him and will try to lure him away from St James' Park.