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Father of USMNT star McKennie responds to Arsenal transfer tweet


The father of United States men's national team and Juventus star Weston McKennie has responded to a random fan about transfer links to Arsenal.

His comments are quite amusing, and you can read them here.

Wigan send Stones to Ross County


Leeds give Ferguson first pro contract


Chelsea outcast Bakayoko close to permanent exit


Tiemoue Bakayoko looks set to join Adana Demirspor in the Turkish Super Lig on a permanent deal, according to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira.

He reports that Bakayoko's loan with Milan will be terminated and Adana Demirspor will sign the midfielder from Chelsea for free on a contract until 2026.

Chelsea will earn a percentage of any future sale.

Clubs circling as Raya rejects Brentford offer


Spanish outlet Relevo report that David Raya has rejected another new contract proposal from Brentford.

The goalkeeper's current deal expires in 2024, but his current decision not to sign new terms opens the door for a sale in the summer.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham are all interested.

Leicester eyeing Leeds winger Harrison


Leicester City have identified Leeds United's Jack Harrison as a transfer target in a bid to keep the club away from the Premier League relegation zone, according to The Telegraph.

They state that manager Brendan Rodgers is keen to add a winger and a centre-back to his squad before the transfer window slams shut.

The Foxes are ready to test Leeds' resolve over Harrison after they splashed a club-record £36m on Georginio Rutter.

No Gordon, Onana at Everton training


Man Utd midfielder set for Forest Green loan


Charlie Savage looks set to leave Manchester United to join Forest Green Rovers on loan until the end of the season, reports Simon Stone.

He claims the 19-year-old chose the club amongst 'a number of offers' and feels it's a move that comes at the right time for his career.

Newcastle set to beat Chelsea to Gordon signing


Newcastle are confident they can beat Chelsea to the signature of Everton winger Anthony Gordon before the transfer window shuts, according to The Telegraph.

Both clubs had bids rejected for Gordon last summer and have since reignited their interest with Everton struggling. The report states the player is keen on a move to St. James' Park and progress has been made in striking a deal.

Tottenham make shock move for Danjuma


Kessie to continue at Barcelona, confirms Xavi


Danjuma's move to Everton might not take shape


Arnaut Danjuma's move to Everton might break down as the paperwork is yet to be completed and the player himself wants to pull out, according to Jacque Talbot.

He further reveals that the player has got an offer from another Premier League club.

Danjuma Villarreal 2022-23

Leverkusen ready to pay release clause of Garcia, Madrid must act fast


Bayer Leverkusen are ready to sign Fran Garcia from Rayo Vallecano immediately by paying his release clause in full which is set at €10m, according to Relevo.

However, Real Madrid own 50% of his rights and have the right to first refusal. Hence, they can immediately sign him again for just €5m. Los Blancos are looking for options in the left-back position due to inconsistent performances from Ferland Mendy and if they wish to sign Garcia as a cover, they must act quickly.

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Forest set sights on Navas and Gagliardini


Nottingham Forest are keen to sign Kaylor Navas and Roberto Gagliardini, according to Sky Sports.

Injury to goalkeeper Dean Henderson has forced Forest to look for options and PSG's Navas is on their shortlist.

They are also working to bring Inter Milan midfielder Gagliardini who will be a free agent in the summer.

Keylor Navas PSG 2021-22
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Poland appoint Santos as new manager


Gravenberch set to stay at Bayern despite Liverpool interest


Chelsea to push again for Gusto


Milan frontrunners to sign Pulisic


Chelsea manager Graham Potter no longer counts on Christian Pulisic and the forward will be allowed to leave in the next transfer window, according to Calciomercato via Marca.

AC Milan have already begun negotiations for the American and are pushing for a deal. Several Premier League outfits such as Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle have also been interested in the forward.

Christian Pulisic Chelsea injury 2022-23

Chelsea join Gordon race


Chelsea set their sights on Everton forward Anthony Gordon, according to the Daily Mail.

The report mentions that the Blues are willing to allow Gordon to stay for the rest of the season at Everton on loan. It is understood that Newcastle United are also keen on signing Gordon from the Toffees.

Anthony Gordon Everton 2022-23
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Leeds make contact with Juventus for McKennie


Leeds United have got in touch with Juventus to sign Weston McKennie, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

The midfielder is deemed surplus to requirements in Turin and remains open for a move. Aston Villa tried to get him but he turned down the proposal as he wants to join a more ambitious Premier League club.

McKennie Cremonese Juventus

Potter backs Madueke to shine at Chelsea


Noni Madueke has become Chelsea's sixth signing of a busy January transfer window after arriving in west London from PSV in a deal worth £30.5 million.

Potter is excited to get hold of him and offered some insight into what the new signing will bring to the club.

"Noni is a young player, an exciting player, left-footed wide player that can give us balance and competition in that area," he told the club's media. "So he's looking forward to starting his Chelsea career and we're excited to have him. I think the supporters will really enjoy him."

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Chelsea-target Caicedo focused on Brighton


Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo insisted that he remains focused on his current club and is not bothered about the approaches from Chelsea.

"I am focused now on Brighton. I am here, I’m playing every day. What happens outside doesn’t trouble me, nor does it take the focus away because I’m focused only on here," he stated.

Chelsea have made contact with Brighton and have asked if they’d be prepared to sell for £55m. However, the club has informed that they are not willing to part ways with the midfielder.

Moises Caicedo Brighton 2022-23
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Bournemouth edging closer to get Jackson from Villarreal


Inter put up Skriniar on sale, insists agent


It has been reported that Milan Skriniar is set to join PSG in January for €20m. His agent, Roberto Sistici, claims that it was the club who put up the defender on sale last summer before the player rejected the renewal terms.

"The decision to put Skriniar on the market last summer was made by Inter, not by the player. The operation was interrupted and we were informed. Before Christmas, I told Inter that we did not accept their proposal," he was quoted by Marca.

Milan Skriniar Inter

Tottenham continue to pursue Porro


Man Utd join Chelsea in Gusto race


Manchester United have joined Chelsea in the race to sign Lyon defender Malo Gusto, according to RMC Sport journalist Fabrice Hawkins.

The defender has already reached an agreement with the Blues, but Man Utd have told the youngster not to rush and are hoping to beat their Premier League rivals to his signature.

Everton have already held Bielsa talks


Everton have already held talks with Marcelo Bielsa regarding the possibility of the former Leeds boss replacing Frank Lampard at Goodison Park.

The Daily Mail report that Bielsa wants to know about the club's transfer plans before making any decision and is currently the Toffees' top choice to take over.

Five clubs battling for Bellingham


Jude Bellingham is set to reject the offer of a new contract at Borussia Dortmund worth around £180,000-a week.

The England international's decision means five clubs will battle it out for his signature with Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd, Real Madrid, and Liverpool all interested, according to the Daily Star.

Jude Bellingham Dortmund Bundesliga 22012023

Bournemouth to land Villarreal's Nico Jackson


Bournemouth are hoping to win the race to sign Villarreal forward Nicolas Jackson.

Southampton are also keen on the attacker and have seen a bid rejected already, according to The Athletic.

Bournemouth are now working on an offer of €20 million plus add-ons for the Senegal international.

Chelsea offer Thiago Silva new deal


Chelsea are set to offer 38-year-old Brazilian defender Thiago Silva a new contract, according to The Times.

The Blues want Silva to stay past the end of the current campaign when his existing contract expires.

Silva is open to staying at the club and feels he can continue playing until he's 40.

Thiago Silva Chelsea 2022-23