Bale And Modric Of To MLS. Will Everton Get Their Man

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Transfer window is open!!! new year new team. it’s January again the winter transfer is upon us and alot of teams are looking to strengthen while other teams will unfortunately be weakened

2018 Ballon d’or winner Luka Modric is in talks with DC United about a potential MLS transfer, according to reports Modric, 34, is thought to be very interested in the move with talks initially beginning as early as October 2019

Everton, Man Utd and West Ham are in pursuit of Benfica’s Gedson Fernandes, with Anceloti’s side said to be in the lead to secure the signing according to The Athletic stating that Carlo Ancelotti held a meeting with director of football Marcel Brands today to discuss transfer targets and further vowed to address the issues within his squad in the January transfer market.

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Brighton defender Ben White, according to sky sports, is being monitored by the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham The centre-back has been a regular during his loan spell at Leeds and all three clubs have scouted him frequently over the past few weeks.

Emre Can and Adrien Rabiot will not be allowed to leave Juventus this month. That is according to the club’s director Fabio Paratici, who is in charge of transfer dealings for the Italian giants. He told Sport Italia: “I can exclude Emre Can leaving, as he will certainly remain with us.

US based club Inter Miami are said to be leading the race for Real Madrid’s wantaway Welshman Gareth Bale.According to reports in Spain, the MLS club are said to have leapfrogged the likes of Manchester United and a return to Spurs as Bale’s possible destination.

Inter boss Conte is leading the chase for a £10million reunion with Olivier Giroud at Inter Milan. West Ham, Aston Villa and Newcastle are also tracking Chelsea’s unsettled striker with France boss Didier Deschamp tasking the striker to seek regular playing time elsewhere.

The presence of ancelotti has already improved the image of the club. Everton have taken the lead in the race to sign Juventus star Adrien Rabiot, according to Corriere dello Sport which also stated that the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham are also interested in the former PSG midfielder and have taken concrete steps to bring him in on loan. However Everton are willing to include a compulsory purchase clause, which means they will pay a £4.25m to loan the Frenchman before signing him in the summer.

Mino Raiola has reportedly offered Jesse Lingard to AC Milan. According to Sport Italia journalist Alessandro Jacobone, Milan have been offered the playmaker by his new agent Raiola with Lingards contract set to expire in 2021. Lingard had no goal involvement in 2019 calander years and u ited are set to want €40m for the attacker.

Mario Gotze ‘to leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season after failing to agree a new deal as he was unwilling to take a 30% pay cut to extend his stay at the Bundesliga side, according to German outlet Bild. The arrival of striker Erling Haaland from Red Bull Salzburg is likely to restrict his playing time further in the second half of the season

Arsenal Man Utd and Chelsea are reportedly in competition with for Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare. With Sky Sports claiming that the 20-year-old is likely to be sold this month. Real Madrid and Valencia also understood to be keen and with two and a half years remaining on his contract a mega Money deal as expected.

Arsenal target Thomas Lemar seem to be heading to Tottenham. The former Monaco man cost the Spaniards club £53million and The Independent report of a possible loan switch to Spurs with an initial £5m fee which would bring Lemar over to Tottenham Stadium before a £51m purchase clause.

Arturo Vidal is set to move to inter Milan instead of Manchester United. United have been a long admirer of the diminutive midfielder and have watched him several times but according to report Vidal’s agent is speaking with the Italian club.


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