What the papers say Ajax’s price tag for Frenkie De Jong could prevent the midfielder joining Manchester City, the Mirror reports. Despite suggestions the 21-year-old wants a move to the Etihad, only Paris St Germain look willing to stump up the £66.4million wanted by the Dutch club.
What the papers say Manchester United are considering off-loading midfielder Marouane Fellaini this transfer window, the Mirror says. Having made just two appearances from the bench under Ole Gunnar Solskajer, the 31-year-old could become the first to leave Old Trafford during the interim manager’s tenure – despite only committing to a new two-year deal last summer.
What the papers say David De Gea looks keen to cement his long-term future at Manchester United as talks continue over the terms of a fresh deal, the Mail says. After an outstanding performance against Tottenham, the goalkeeper is looking to make Old Trafford his home for the foreseeable future but will be hoping for a boost to his current £200,000-a-week contract, the paper says.
What the papers say Arsenal might be limited to loan deals this transfer window, but that doesn’t mean the Gunners have stopped their pursuit of Denis Suarez, the Mirror says. The club are still in talks with the Barcelona midfielder over a move this January, it says, with the possibility of a more permanent deal at the Emirates in the summer.
What the papers say Juventus’ Gonzalo Higuain, currently on loan at AC Milan, could be heading to Chelsea as part of a loan deal until the end of the season, the Telegraph says. The Italian giants, however, are said to be looking to sell the striker on a permanent basis, possibly jeopardising any short-term deal.
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What the papers say Aaron Ramsey is heading for Juventus, the Guardian says. It reports that the Arsenal midfielder has agreed a five-year, £36million deal due to start at the end of the season. The 28-year-old has spent 10 years at the Emirates but appears set to join Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa in June once the deal is signed.
What the papers say Chelsea are reportedly close to a deal to bring Gonzalo Higuain to the club for the rest of the season. The Daily Mail says reports in Spain suggest the 31-year-old striker has accepted an offer to join on loan, with AC Milan willing to let him end his temporary stay from Juventus after just eight months.
What the papers say Barcelona are determined not to sell Denis Suarez to Arsenal this month, the Daily Mirror reports. The paper says the Gunners have approached the 25-year-old’s representatives about a £20million deal, but the Spanish giants are making it clear they do not want to lose him just yet.
What the papers say Mesut Ozil will be staying with Arsenal for the time being, according to the the Evening Standard. The paper suggests the Gunners will wait until the end of the season to make a decision on his future. It is thought the 30-year-old’s desire is to remain at the Emirates long term rather than take up potential offers from overseas.
What the papers say Christian Eriksen looks to be making Tottenham sweat over last month’s offer, the Evening Standard says, as time runs down on his current deal. The 26-year-old has just 18 months left before he is out of contract, and Real Madrid and Barcelona could be interested in the Denmark international.
What the papers say Wilfried Zaha could leave Crystal Palace in the summer, the Daily Mirror reports. The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to the Chinese Super League in the January transfer window, the paper adds.
What the papers say Aaron Ramsey’s departure from the Emirates seems highly likely but his destination is still a mystery. The Daily Mirror reports that Paris St Germain are looking to prepare a £9m bid for the Welsh star to see off interest from Juventus and Bayern Munich.
What the papers say Wilfried Zaha could be lured to China by a £44millon offer, the Mail says. As the transfer window approaches, Crystal Palace might need to be prepared to battle Super League club Dalian Yifang, who have reportedly made the Ivory Coast striker their top target for January.
What the papers say Aaron Ramsey looks to have taken a step towards a move to Juventus, the Mirror reports. The Wales midfielder is said to be in talks with the the Italian giants, and is almost certain to leave the Emirates when his contract ends in June after 10 years with the club.
What the papers say The race for Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is hotting up with a decision set to be made on his future soon, the Mirror reports. Manchester City have been in the running to land the £60million-rated player, but could now face competition from Barcelona and Paris St Germain, the paper says, with both clubs said to be prepared to table more wages than City to see the deal over the line.
What the papers say After the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker manager, attentions are now turning to a permanent replacement for Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. According to the Telegraph, Mauricio Pochettino is among the front-runners, with the Red Devils prepared to shell out a world-record compensation fee to lure the Spurs boss away from their Premier League rivals.
What the papers say Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is subject to interest from AC Milan, reports the Sun. The paper said the 26-year-old would return to Italy “in a heartbeat” having played for Juventus 63 times, scoring 15 goals between 2014 and 2016.
What the papers say Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata has been linked with a move to Barcelona, the Daily Mirror reports. The Spanish champions are in need of cover for an injured Luis Suarez and could sign the striker on loan in January, with the possibility of a permanent deal in the summer, the paper says.
What the papers say Fulham are preparing for a January move for Leicester’s Islam Slimani, according to the Daily Telegraph. Claudio Ranieri, the new manager at Fulham, is looking to boost the club’s hopes of Premier League survival, the paper says. Slimani is currently on loan at Fenerbahce but the Turkish club are said to be prepared to cut the deal short next month.