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Levy to greenlight three Tottenham January signings


Antonio Conte has made it abundantly clear that he wants to bring more players to the club in January.

Football Insider are claiming that the hierarchy at Tottenham will allow him the chance to make three signings as they look to keep pace with Arsenal and Manchester City at the top of the table.

Zakharyan discusses Chelsea interest


Arsen Zakharyan was heavily linked with a move to Chelsea during the summer transfer window as Todd Boehly continues to invest in the future of the club.

The 19-year-old confirmed that there was interest from the Blues. He told Comment Show: “My agents were informed about Chelsea’s interest. I immediately said, ‘Yes, I want to go and see what happens. I didn’t rule out a loan option. At least I would try myself. Maybe I could play right away,” He finished with, expressing his desire to see a deal completed.”

Nedved expresses full trust in Allegri as Conte rumours intensify


West Ham to sell Lanzini in January


West Ham are prepared to sell Manuel Lanzini in January, Football Insider reports.

The Premier League side are willing to let him go for as little as £10 million.

Inter to sign Asllani for €10m


Inter will pay Empoli €10 million to sign Kristjan Asllani on a permanent basis.

The 20-year-old is on loan at the Nerazzurri this season and will join them outright at the end of the season, according to Calciomercato.

Januzaj wants Sociedad return


Adnan Januzaj wants to return to Real Sociedad, Fichajes reports.

The Belgian has not fared well at Sevilla and his agent has reached out to Sociedad to discuss a move back.

Roma agree Solbakken deal


Roma have reached a personal agreement with Bodo/Glimt star Ola Solbakken, Calciomercato reports.

The Serie A side will sign him in a free transfer in January after his contract runs out.

Everton monitoring Monaco's Caio Henrique


Everton are keeping an eye on AS Monaco left-back Caio Henrique and could make a move for him in January according to IG Esporte.

The Brazilian full-back joined the Ligue 1 outfit in 2020 but he could be on his way out already as several other European clubs are showing interest in him.

Barcelona eye Kante as Busquets' replacement


Barcelona have shown interest in signing N'Golo Kante next season after Sergio Busquets leaves the club according to RMC Sport.

Kante's contract with Chelsea will expire next season and the Frenchman is yet to sign a new deal which means he will be available for free next summer.

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Real Madrid show interest in Gabriel Jesus


Real Madrid are keen on signing Arsenal's star striker Gabriel Jesus according to Fichajes.

While Los Blancos may consider going for the Brazilian but it will not happen until the end of this season as Carlo Ancelotti earlier clarified that the club will not make any signings in the January window. Jesus joined Arsenal from Manchester City this summer for £45m.

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West Ham's Craig Dawson wants to leave in January


West Ham's Craig Dawson is all set to leave the club in January according to Caughtoffside.

The out-of-favour defender was close to joining Wolves in the summer but the move did not materialise eventually. But now he is willing to leave the club in the upcoming six months before his contract expires with the Hammers.

Real Madrid not considering making January signings


Valencia want Van de Beek


Valencia are keen on signing out of favour Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek according to Todo Fichajes.

The Dutch international rarely got game time ever since he joined Manchester United back in 2020 and was also sent on loan to Everton in January this year.

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Messi won't leave PSG in January


Man Utd enter race to sign Ajax's Alvarez


Manchester United are all set to rival Chelsea in the race to sign Ajax midfielder Edson Alvarez according to Calcio Mercato.

While Chelsea are looking to replace N'Golo Kante and Jorginho who are likely to leave the club next summer for free, Manchester United are eyeing a long-term solution in their central midfield.

Barcelona were close to signing Cavani in January


Barcelona were close to signing former Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani in the January window earlier this year according to Mundo Deportivo.

But the Spanish club ended up signing Ferran Torres from Manchester City and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal during the window.

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Barcelona want Messi in January


FC Barcelona are planning to re-sign Lionel Messi as early as in the upcoming January transfer window reports SPORT.

Messi's contract with PSG expires at the end of the ongoing season but Barcelona are not ready to wait until next summer as they plan to bolster their squad soon.

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Arsenal in race to sign Gustav Isaksen


Arsenal are all set to compete with Premier League rivals Newcastle and West Ham to sign FC Midtjylland winger Gustav Isaksen according to Calcio Mercato.

AC Milan are also in the race to sign the 21-year-old for whom Midtjylland are likely to demand a fee of €20m.

West Ham interested in Hugo Guillamon


West Ham United have shown interest in signing Valencia's Hugo Guillamon according to 90min.

Reportedly, Guillamon's current contract with Valencia has a release clause of €50m.

Arsenal's interest in Mudryk confirmed


Shakhtar Donetsk sporting director Carlo Nicolini has confirmed that Arsenal are interested in signing their star player Mykhaylo Mudryk according to Calciomercato.

The Gunners were close to signing the player in the summer but failed to land him eventually. If they want to sign Mudryk in January they will have to pay a massive transfer fee to the Ukrainian club.

Spezia set their asking price for highly-rated Kiwior


Jakub Kiwior is another young player impressing in Europe and his performances in Serie A have not gone unnoticed. The 22-year-old has attracted interest from the likes of AC Milan, Juventus and West Ham.

Amid the ongoing rumours regarding his future, Tuttomercatoweb are reporting that Spezia want a fee in the region of €30m for their young centre-back.

Gakpo could be available for just €30m in January


Cody Gakpo is one of the hottest prospects in European football at the moment. He looked as though he may have made a move to the Premier League on deadline day but ultimately decided to stay at PSV where he is continuing to flourish.

The interest in his signature certainly isn't going anywhere and there will be plenty of potential suitors when the transfer window reopens. According to the Telegraaf, the Dutch club's financial situation may force them into selling their best player for as little as €30m.

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Premier League trio keen on Gustav Isaksen


Gustav Isaksen is really catching the eye around Europe with his performances for Midtjylland. He has seven goals and an assist already this season and AC Milan continue to be linked with a move for him.

However, they look set to face competition from the Premier League as Calciomercato are reporting that Arsenal, Newcastle and West Ham are also interested in the 21-year-old.

Barcelona owe Bayern €1.25m when Lewandowski nets 25 goals


Barcelona's finances continued to be placed under the microscope and the latest finding concerns their signing of Robert Lewandowski in the summer.

BILD (via SPORT) have claimed that the German champions will receive an extra €1.25m every time their former striker scores 25 goals in a season for the Blaugrana. He's already netted 17 goals in all competitions in just 16 games.

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Chelsea preparing big-money move for Lautaro Martinez (Inter Live)


Lautaro Martinez continues to impress for Inter and there is no surprise to see the sharks circling around Europe.

According to Inter Live, Chelsea are the latest club to signal an interest in the Argentine as they attempt to break up his partnership with Romelu Lukaku for the second time. A fee of €90m is mentioned as the asking price that the Serie A giants have set for him.