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Youssoufa Moukoko Dortmund 2022-23
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Leicester to snatch Ounahi if Tielemans goes to Arsenal


According to the Express, the Foxes could go after the Angers midfielder who impressed heavily during Morocco's history-making World Cup campaign.

The move would be sanctioned should Youri Tielemans make his long-speculated switch to the Emirates.

Montpellier forward Elye Wahi linked with Everton


Frank Lampard is in desperate need of a goalscorer and French outlet MediaFoot reports that Wahi could be the answer to the Toffees problems in attack.

The Ligue Un club could be set to accept offers around the £22m mark for the striker.

Jack Grealish could be Milan bound in Rafael Leao swap


Despite only moving to the Etihad for £100m in the Summer of 2021, Calciomercato reports that Grealish could be used in a potential swap deal with AC Milan.

Manchester City are set to join Chelsea and Arsenal in the race for Leao and are seemingly prepared to use the 27-year-old as a bargaining chip.

PSG enter race for Newcastle target Manu Kone


French outfit MediaFoot claim Borussia Monchengladbach hope to recieve a sizeable bid for the 21-year-old in the summer, whether that be from Eddie Howe's side then or PSG this month.

Newcastle have been long-term admirers of the midfielder but are wary of breaching any FFP rules.

Dejan Lovren set for return to former club Lyon


The former Liverpool and Southampton defender will be heading back to France after being released by Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg.

Lovren, now 33, returns to Lyon for a second spell with the first one coming between 2010 and 2013 before making the move to the south coast of England.

Conte demands investment after Spurs loss


Antonio Conte has called on the Spurs board to invest in the squad with the Italian boss believing the current squad isn't good enough to compete at the highest level.

Speaking after the 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa, he said: "You need to have your squad, 13 or 14 players, strong. And then every year to get one or two players, important players, to improve the quality. You need to invest £60m or £70m or £80m, in this way you improve the quality."

Ancelotti sets his sights on Liverpool's Konate


According to French outlet MediaFoot, Real Madrid could well be making a move for the defender in the summer transfer window.

Ancelotti was left impressed by Konate's performances at the World Cup and is more than happy to sanction a move come the end of the season.

Benfica hunting Norwegian wonderkid Schjelderup


Lukaku eyes permanent stay at Inter Milan


The striker is halfway through his loan stint at San Siro and wants to make his second spell in Milan permanent come the end of the season.

Speaking to Sky Italia, the on loan Chelsea striker said: "I want to stay here and do things right. I hope to do well with Inter in the next six months, work hard and then in the end we talk to Chelsea and hope to find a solution.”

Bellingham's family 'split' over 19-year-old's summer destination


Sources at Football Insider claim that Jude Bellingham's father, Mark, is willing his son to join Liverpool in the summer window.

It's almost certain that the midfielder will leave Dortmund come the end of the season, with the same sources saying Bellingham himself has had his head turned by the bright lights of Real Madrid.

Manchester City are also still keeping an eye on the situation.

AC Milan set to sign Devis Vasquez from Guaraní


Mads Bech returns to Brentford from loan spell


Chelsea eyeing move for Juranovic


Chelsea are considering signing Croatian defender Josip Juranovic from Celtic according to journalist Simon Phillips via GiveMeSport.

The journalist said, "The main one is Juranovic from Celtic, which I believe is coming out all over the place now from various reports, so I can see Chelsea pushing for him because he’s one of the cheaper options on there."

Newcastle recall Dubravka from Man Utd


Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka has been recalled by Newcastle United from his season-long loan at Manchester United.

In a statement released by the Red Devils, they confirmed the news. It read, "We would like to thank Martin for his contribution during his time with our club, and wish him all the best for the future."

Leeds close to signing Wöber from RB Salzburg


Chelsea set to confirm Andrey Santos signing


Chelsea finalise £34m Badiashile transfer


Chelsea have reached an agreement to sign AS Monaco defender Benoit Badiashile according to The Athletic.

The Blues will pay a transfer fee of around €37m to 38m for the 21-year-old player.

Man Utd chasing Dortmund's Moukoko (CBS Sports)


Manchester United have shown an interest in signing Borussia Dortmund star Youssoufa Moukoko according to CBS Sports via Give Me Sport.

After missing out on signing Cody Gakpo, the Red Devils are on the lookout for an attacking player and Moukoko fits perfectly in Erik ten Hag's plan. The Dortmund forward is also chased by Barcelona.

Dortmund are willing to let the 18-year-old, who has also been linked with Chelsea, go for £26 million in January.

Alex Sandro set to leave Juventus next season


Spurs set to complete Pedro Porro transfer


Tottenham Hotspur are linked with a move for Sporting defender Pedro Porro in the January transfer window according to Daily Star.

The Premier League side are expected to complete the signing of the player by end of this week and will pay £35 million for the Spaniard.

Man Utd set to offer Garnacho a new deal soon


Raul Jimenez could be allowed to leave Wolves in January


Wolves forward Raul Jimenez could be allowed to leave the club in January if they secure the signing of a new forward according to the Daily Mail.

Jimenez has been at the West Midlands club since 2019 but could be set to leave as new manager Julen Lopetegui looks to bolster their attacking options following the loan signing of Matheus Cunha.

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Marcus Thuram could leave Gladbach for as little as €12 million


Clubs across Europe have been put on alert as Gladbach and France forward Marcus Thuram could be allowed to leave for as little as €12 million according to Bild.

Thuram has been in top form for his club this season, scoring 10 goals in 15 appearances. He has been linked with moves to both Newcastle and Manchester United in January.

Marcus Thuram

Brighton CEO rules out sales of prized assets


Brighton CEO Paul Barber has issued a hands-off warning to various clubs around Europe and revealed the club has no plans to sell any of their prized assets in the January transfer window, as reported in the Express.

Alexis Mac Allister, Moises Caicedo and Robert Sanchez have all been linked with moves away from the high-flying Seagulls but they have no intention of selling.

Responding to rumours that Brighton have ‘offered’ players to other clubs, Barber said: “We have not offered anyone to anyone and have no plans to."

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Manchester City's Perrone deal at final stages


Chelsea aren't the only Premier League club after a young Argentine midfielder, as Manchester City are set to sign Maximo Perrone from Velez for $8 million.

The 19-year-old is likely to join at the end of January.

Enzo Fernandez 'one step away' from joining Chelsea (Relevo)


Benfica's 21-year-old Argentina midfielder is very close to moving to Chelsea according to Portuguese outlet Relevo.

The 2022 World Cup's best young player is reportedly subject to a whopping £120 million offer from the west London club as they look to bolster their midfield.

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