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Martinelli sends Arsenal contract request


The Brazilian winger will see his current contract run out in the summer of 2024, although the club do have the option to extend it by two more years.

It sounds as if both player and Arsenal are keen to put pen to paper on a new deal though and Martinelli has even asked for that pen!

Arsenal correspondent Charles Watts has full details on the story and you can read all about it here on Goal.

Gabriel Martinelli Arsenal 2022-23

Inter are interested in Tanguy Nianzou


In a perfect world, it seems, the Serie A giants would be able to go and sign Sevilla defender but it's not that simple.

Indeed, Italian news outlet FCInterNews claim that Inter would like to sign the French defender but he will cost too much.

Sevilla paid Bayern Munich €16m (£13.7m) to land Nianzou during the summer transfer window and won't allow him to move on for cheap any time soon.

Jorginho’s agent wants new Chelsea contract


Host of Premier League clubs watching Terrier


As per 90min, 'nearly half' the teams in Premier League have scouted Terrier this season with the forward impressing at Rennes.

Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle, Leeds, Leicester, Wolves and Aston Villa are all named as interested parties.

Rennes are expected to demand a fee in the excess of £30m if they are to allow Terrier to leave this winter.

Leicester want Lyon midfield star


According to Italian outlet Roma Giallorossa, Leicester City are now in the race to sign Houssem Aouar.

The Lyon midfielder has strongly been linked with Arsenal in the past, and could finally end up in the Premier League if the Foxes' interest is genuine.

However, Jose Mourinho could prevent any deal as his Roma team are also said to be in the mix.

Houssem Aouar Lyon

Arsenal consider Douglas Luiz alternative


The Gunners tried to land Aston Villa's Brazilian midfielder on transfer deadline day, but couldn't pull off a deal.

Luiz has since signed a new contract with the Villans, so Arsenal will consider making a move for Palmeiras midfielder Danilo instead.

The Express report as much, stating that he will potentially be targeted in the upcoming January transfer window.

Wolves 'confident' in manager hunt


Inter confident in Skriniar extension


Inter sporting director Beppe Marotta thinks the club can tie their top defender to a long-term contract amid persistent links to Paris Saint-Germain.

Marotta told Sky Italy: "Milan Skriniar’s value is superlative, on and off the field, so I am very optimistic we can reach a conclusion of those negotiations by the World Cup break, so circa November 13. We have some very positive signs."

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Motherwell end Aarons loan


Motherwell have prematurely ended Rolando Aarons' loan from Huddersfield Town, they announced on Wednesday.

Aarons suffered a long-term injury and will now recover with his parent club.

Brighton sign Rosario's Facundo Buonanotte


Graham Potter might be gone, but Brighton's pull for young, up and coming talent certainly isn't.

Argentine outfit Rosario Central have confirmed their 17-year-old starlet Facundo Buonanotte has joined the Seagulls in a deal worth around €12m plus bonuses.

Arsenal have Torres in sight


Arsenal are amongst the clubs who are interested to sign Facundo Torres, as claimed by his agent.

"I think that with a good World Cup, as we think it will have, his departure is imminent," Lasalvia told ESPN.

At the same time, he has confirmed that there is interest from Arsenal although "there is still nothing advanced".

Atletico Madrid keeping tabs on Saliba


Reports from Fichajes state that Atletico Madrid are keeping a close eye on William Saliba, who is yet to sign a new deal at Arsenal.

The Frenchman has finally established himself in north London following a handful of loan spells and quickly emerged as one of the most in-form defenders in the Premier League this season.

But with his contract entering its final year and a new deal yet to be signed, Atleti are keeping tabs on his situation. Diego Simeone is a huge admirer of the 21-year-old and wishes to replenish his back line.

Chelsea might sign Rabiot in January


Chelsea are willing to sign Adrien Rabiot in January, according to Fichajes.

He was previously linked to Manchester United in the summer but the move fell through. Now, the Blues want to bring him to London and Juventus will not oppose given the Premier League club matches their asking price.

De Gea ready to take pay cut to continue at United


David De Gea is willing to reduce his £375,000-a-week wages at Manchester United to continue at Old Trafford, according to The Atheltic.

His current deal expires in 2023 and United have the option to extend it till the summer of 2024.

Barcelona consider Arsenal boss Arteta as Xavi's replacement


Barcelona might offer Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to become the head coach of the club as reported by The Sun via Sky Sports.

Three PL clubs are on the hunt for Salernitana's Dia


Leeds United, Nottingham Forest and West Ham are keen to sign Salernitana's on-loan striker Boulaye Dia, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport.

However, the Italian outfit might trigger his £10.3million (€12million) loan-to-buy clause to keep him in Serie A.

Zaha might not extend at Palace


Wilfred Zaha might not extend his stay at Crystal Palace after his contract ends in the summer of 2023, according to the Daily Mail.

Both parties are discussing a new deal but they are yet to shake hands. Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham are interested in the 29-year-old.

Fleming signs extension with Chelsea


Jessie Fleming has signed a contract extension with Chelsea that will keep her at the club until the summer of 2025.

Her former deal was about to expire in June 2023 and has now been handed a two-year extension.

"I am so excited to be staying at Chelsea for the next few years! In Chelsea, I have found a home away from home with an incredible group of staff and players. I will continue to give my very best to the club each and every day I am a blue," she said to the official club website after signing the new deal.

Zakharyan wants Chelsea by all means


Dynamo Moscow midfielder Arsen Zakharyan wants to join Chelsea and has revealed that in the summer he was stressed because of the failed move.

"Right now I have Chelsea & I want to go to Chelsea. I know other clubs are interested in me. I am proud of that but I want to go to Chelsea," he told Common Show.

However, FIFA and UEFA sanctions against Russia is making it difficult for Chelsea to complete the signing.

Newcastle & Everton keen to take Chelsea's Broja on loan


Newcastle United and Everton are keen to bring Chelsea's Armando Broja on loan in January.

Wolves continue their pursuit of Lopetegui


Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to hold talks with Julen Lopetegui with the hope of pursuing him to take up the vacant manager's post, according to The Telegraph.

The Spanish tactician turned them down last month due to personal reasons but the officials at the Molineux are persistent in their efforts.

Moukoko on Man City radar


Borussia Dortmund's Youssoufa Moukoko is being monitored by Manchester City, according to Football Insider.

He is also being pursued by Liverpool.

Jackson pursued by three Premier League clubs


Villarreal forward Nicolas Jackson is being pursued by Newcastle United, Aston Villa, and Everton, according to the Daily Mail.

La Liga giants Barcelona are also tracking the 21-year-old's progress whose contract ends in the summer of 2023.

Bayern keen to discuss new Choupo-Moting contract (Romano)


Bayern Munich are eager to extend Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's contract, which is currently set to expire at the end of the season.

The former Stoke City forward scored a tremendous goal in his side's 2-0 victory over Inter on Tuesday night and has proved to be a valuable player in recent seasons. According to Fabrizio Romano, Die Roten want to reward this service with fresh terms.

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Juventus prospect eyed by many in England


As per The Athletic, Samuel Iling-Junior's recent impressive displays for Juventus have not gone unnoticed by Premier League clubs.

He left Chelsea as recently as 2020, making the switch to the Italian outfit and has broken into the senior set-up this season. However, the Serie A club hope to fend off any interest by offering the 19-year-old a new contract and are now talking to Iling-Junior’s representatives about a new deal.

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Iling-Junior Lecce Juventus

Arsenal ace wants new contract


It was a great weekend for Reiss Nelson as he reminded everyone of his quality, netting twice and providing an assist against Nottingham Forest.

It's a display that might have come at a timely moment too. Indeed, the young winger will see his deal expire at the end of the season but he wants to stay.

He recently told The Mirror: "I only have some months left on my contract but at this moment of time, getting a new deal, of course, that would be amazing and I would love to commit to the club."


Spurs hoping for new striker this January


Tottenham could well make a move for Ruslan Malinovskyi this winter. That is according to Il Giorno who report that the 29-year-old Atalanta attacker is one option who may be available to help bolster the squad.

Spurs have just qualified for the next stage of the Champions League and so they may have a little more cash to splash in January.