Transfer news LIVE! Mudryk to Arsenal latest; Man United in Gakpo talks; Chelsea FC double deal; Ronaldo update

The January transfer window will open in a few days and all Arsenal, chelsea and Tottenham are expected to be busy. Mykhailo Mudryk he is a man in demand, with the Gunners chasing the Ukrainian winger as a priority following the injury to Gabriel Jesus. It is now believed that Manchester United have opened talks with PSV Eindhoven over Cody Gakpo.

Elsewhere, Chelsea have almost completed the double signing of David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos when the first new players arrive under Graham Potter. Both youngsters for the future, Chelsea are also expected to be busy at the first-team front, with many names linked as ever, including Enzo Fernández, Youssoufa Moukoko and Joao Félix.

Meanwhile, Spurs are believed to be shadowing Sporting Lisbon’s Pedro Porro and Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot. Elsewhere, free agent Cristiano Ronaldo he is now close to a big-money move to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr side, who will likely sign a huge contract spanning seven years. Follow the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip live below!

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Chelsea are willing to offer Milan Skriniar a pre-contract

The Calciomercato affirm that Chelsea are willing to wait to sign Milan Skriniar.

The defender is nearing the end of his contract with Inter Milan and has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea were interested in him over the summer but could now sit back and watch Skriniar’s contract expire before offering him a lucrative free transfer.

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Claudio Ranieri is back!

The Italian is clearly not a fan of retirement…


Manchester United interested in Cody Gakpo

Cody Gakpo is one of the top names heading into the January transfer window.

The PSV striker scored three goals at the World Cup, further raising his profile. Already one of the most talked about players in Europe, the striker looks set for a big move.

In fact, the Daily Mirror claims that Manchester United are looking to take advantage of PSV’s financial woes and make a move for the 23-year-old for less than £50m.


Chelsea close according to Andrey Santos after David Datro Fofana went medical and both players could be loaned

Chelsea are close to signing Brazilian star Andrey Santos from Vasco da Gama.

The teenage midfielder has yet to complete a medical or sign a contract, but there are now extensive deals on transfer fee (£13m initial plus a further £7m in add-ons) and a five-year deal.

Chelsea are poised to beat Premier League rival Newcastle in the race to sign Santos, one of Brazil’s highest-rated young players.

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Manchester United plot contract negotiations with Marcus Rashford

While Marcus Rashford has seen an option to extend his contract for another 12 months, his long-term future is up for debate.

Back in form, PSG have made it clear they would be interested in signing the England international, who could speak to foreign clubs next January as things stand.

However, according to Fabrizio Romano, United want him to stay.

The transfer informant claims that Erik ten Hag is heading to a meeting with Rashford in an effort to get him to stay.

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Arsenal and Manchester United, interested in Joao Félix

Joao Félix is ​​a man in demand,

Offered to Chelsea, Atlético Madrid could try to sell their striker this month, despite his obvious potential.

According to the Daily Record, Atlético would even be willing to loan him out in January amid interest from Arsenal and Manchester United.

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Antonio Conte confirms Tottenham’s January transfer stance amid links to Pedro Porro

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has confirmed that the club will be active in the January transfer window.

Spurs, who resume their Premier League campaign against Brentford on Monday, entered fourth in the World Cup standings at half-time but Conte said earlier there is still a gap between them and their rivals when it comes to depth. of the team.

Sporting right-back Pedro Porro has been linked with a move to north London, as has Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, who came close to making a switch earlier this year.

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Potter offers Ziyech hope for Chelsea’s future after World Cup heroics

Graham Potter insists Chelsea are “delighted” with Hakim Ziyech and urged patience with the Blues’ expanded senior squad.

Ziyech starred in Morocco’s fourth place finish at the World Cup, showcasing his full creative repertoire on the world stage in Qatar.

The 29-year-old has similarly struggled to assert himself at Stamford Bridge, leaving AC Milan closely monitoring his situation in order to lure the former Ajax midfielder into Serie A.

Ziyech has featured just nine times for Chelsea this term, but boss Potter still sees a crucial role for the talented striker.

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ICYMI: Chelsea ready to complete David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos deals

Chelsea are getting closer to closing deals to sign both David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos.

Ivory Coast hitman Fofana turned 20 on Thursday and is now believed to be set to make the formal move from Molde to Chelsea in the January window.

Meanwhile, Brazilian teenager Santos has been heavily followed by Newcastle United and Manchester City, but is known to have decided on a move to Chelsea.

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Mykhaylo Mudryk to Arsenal last

Athletic’s David Ornstein has shared the latest on Arsenal’s pursuit of Mykhaylo Mudryk.

Sitting at the top of the Premier League table, the club are in talks with Shakhtar Donetsk over a move for the in-form winger, but are hoping to drop his asking price of £85m.

Speaking to Hayters TV, Ornstein said: “Mudryk is the player they want to sign. They followed him for a long time, he was on their list of possible candidates during the summer transfer window. Then they saw Pedro Neto as the priority, but now they have focused on Mudryk”.



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