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DATE: 26.11.2017 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2017-18
Mezut Ozil is on
the brink of leaving Arsenal. A move to Barcelona can happen in
January with his current deal to expire after the season
Martin O'Neill are among a group of candidates considered for the
vacant manager position at Everton. He is among three to be
considered for the job that Ronald Koeman was sacked from earlier
Christian Benteke is wanted by a number of Chinese Super League
clubs, but he looks more likely to stay at Crystal Palace and help
them fight relegation and not ending up in the Championship next
Andy Robertson, who joined Liverpool from Hull in the summer, will
be a loan target for several clubs in January. The Scottish
international has not yet been favoured much by Jurgen Klopp.
Swansea, Burnley and Stoke could be among clubs eager to get him in.
Luke Shaw could get out of the shadows and into the sun, when a move
to Newcastle could be happening in January. The England internatioal
is a target for Rafael Benitez who is desperate to get in new faces
to secure Magpies Premier League status.
Liverpool and Arsenal are front runners in the race for Julian
Draxler. Draxler is currently struggling to get into the first
eleven at Paris and the only option looks like a move away.
Anthony Marcial could be a target for Real Madrid. Manchester United
could be ready to sell with Zlatan Ibrahimovic back in contention.
Marcial will of course look at a fresh start in Spain as a great
Manchester City is among the clubs chasing young Hamburg
super-talent Jann-Fiete Arp. But it will be a tight race and recent
rumour is that Chelsea are just in front and will get the players
Alan Pardew is favourite to land the vacant manager position at West
Bromwich, with Slaven Bilic one of the candidates together with Sam
Allardyce, but the two former West Ham managers have ruled
themselves out of the running.
Arsenal are according to
Mail on Sunday, ready to make a new attempt to finally get the
signature of Thomas Lemar. A fee of £ 90 million is mentioned as a
possible price to pay.
Gareth Bale is a player still in demand at Real Madrid and a move
back to England is not likely to happen, not just yet. Zinedine
Zidane insits that the Welsh international still has a very
important role to play in his team.
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