Tuesday transfer rumours

Jesse Lingard’s agents are investigating credit choices for the Manchester United and England midfielder in January, with Real Sociedad one of the clubs they have held starting talks with in regards to the 27-year-old.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he is under no strain to sell £71m Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 26.

Manchester United could go to Real Madrid’s Spain wing-back Lucas Vazquez, 29, as they look for rivalry for Englishman Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 23.

Stockpile’s undesirable Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 32, is “90%” sure to join Fenerbahce one month from now, as per one of the Turkish side’s congress individuals.

West Brom manager Slaven Bilic’s future at the club is in uncertainty after six focuses from the initial 11 rounds of the Premier League crusade.

 

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Manchester United are quick to permit Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero to leave one month from now and will sell him if their £2m asking cost is met, albeit an advance move for the 33-year-old could likewise unfold.

Chelsea and Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, 19, says he doesn’t know “what’s on the horizon” for him at the club following his get back from injury and the new signings the Blues have made.

Brazil striker Hulk, 34, has left Shanghai SIPG and has been connected with a transition to the Premier League on a free exchange.

Tottenham and Arsenal are being connected with AC Milan’s Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 23, who is esteemed at around £45m and whose current agreement is expected to terminate in June 2022.

Liverpool want to begin arrangements with Brazil protective midfielder Fabinho, 27, over another agreement soon.

Dutchman Jetro Willems has dismissed the proposal of another agreement at Eintracht Frankfurt, giving Newcastle the opportunity to sign the 26-year-old left wing-back, who had an advance spell with the Magpies last term.

Moroccan left-back Achraf Lazaar, 28, could leave Newcastle in the January move window, with the player’s agreement running out in the mid year.

Newcastle are planning to re-visitation of their Benton base on Tuesday as they hope to continue preparing after a week ago’s Covid-19 emergency that caused the delay of their match with Aston Villa. The Magpies trust their apparatus with West Brom will happen as booked this end of the week.

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