Newcastle United continue to dominate the transfer news cycle and have now been linked with a move for a former Real Madrid goalkeeper and have also reportedly had a loan bid for a Manchester United midfielder rejected by the player.
Leeds United are understood to be the only interested club who can afford to stump up the £20.8 million asking price for a Serie A midfielder while Burnley could miss out on a former Liverpool striker with the player’s current club confident of keeping him until at least the end of the current season.
Brighton and Tottenham Hotspur have joined Southampton, Watford and Norwich City to sign a highly rated teenage star while Arsenal are being linked with a move for a key Leicester City player with the foxes apparently “preparing” for the midfielder’s departure.
Chelsea have not opened talks with PSG but are thought to be interested in a bid to land a French international defender while a Serie A side are the latest club being linked with Manchester United’s Anthony Martial.
Finally, Aston Villa are reportedly closing in on the January signing of a current Sheffield United player who is on loan from Serie A side AS Roma.
1. United in for Olmo but face competition
Manchester United are looking into signing Spanish midfielder Dani Olmo from RB Leipzig. However, the German club have valued the 23-year old at €60million and Barcelona, Juventus and Bayern Munich are all also monitoring the situation (The Mail).
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2. Aouar wants to stay with Lyon despite Arsenal interest
Arsenal summer signing target Houssem Aouar wants to stay at Lyon despite interest from the Gunners. Mikel Arteta reportedly looked a bringing in the 23-year old and could reignite their interest in January (Metro)
3. Isak wanted by multiple Premier League clubs
Sweden' Alexander Isak is wanted by multiple Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, despite only recently having singed a contract extension with Spanish side Real Sociedad (Teamtalk)
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4. McNeil fully focused on Burnley
Dwight McNeil has said he is fully focused on playing for Burnley despite interest from other Premier League clubs. Aston Villa and Everton were both reportedly interest in signing the winger who will make his 100th Premier League appearance tonight against the Toffees (Lancashire Live)
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