Transfer talk, Pogba and Özil can leave Man Utd and Arsenal, all the possible moves still in motion

We all know that transfer window in England is shut, but all around in Europe players can still be signed and of course other places in the World. This makes it possible for English clubs to sell and also of course sign players that are so called free agents.

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Mezut Ozil is a target for DC United as they are eager to seal a deal for the Arsenal star not yet to decide on his future. The former German international is still a great player, but also in his 30’s so the next step must be the right one. Ozil is also set to miss the opening fixture of the season v. Newcastle.

Juventus are said to be wiling to make an attempt to resign Paul Pogba from Manchester United. A fresh bid of £150million is said to be prepared for the French international said not to be as happy as you would have liked him to be at Old Trafford.

No secret that Neymar could leave PSG if the right offer comes along. Barcelona looks uninterested but it could be that Real Madrid will try to bring the Brazilian to The Bernabeu with a bid of £180million.

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Sami Khedira turned down moves to several clubs this summer. News are that Juventus were eager to get the German international out and probably get him off the wage bill, but no club could tempt Khedira’s interest. Not yet any decision on the players future as moves to other continents could be discussed.

Paulo Dybala is still at Juventus, but both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United could be eager to tempt the player with a possible new interest in January trying to bring the highly rated Argentinian to Premier League.

David Beckham club Inter Miami will consider a possible return to management for former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes. Inter winger Ivar Perisic looks close to a Bayern Munich loan. Jan Vertonghen was left out of the Spurs squad for the season opener against Aston Villa.

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Roma could be next for Alexis Sanchez, with a possible loan deal suggested. With the rise of young wonder Mason Greenwood and preferred trio up front Lingard, Rashford and Martial, it would look sensible to ship out the Chilean and keep him fresh and alert with a move to Italy and Serie A action.

Nathan Ake and Ben Chilwell are the two players top of the Chelsea shopping list when their ban of transfers are over. The Dutch international is said to be out singled for a return to Stamford Bridge, with Frank Lampard willing to meet the asking price of £75million. A bid “over the moon” is said to be “in the mail” as soon as the transfer ban at Stamford Bridge is lifted.

Shkodran Mustafi could be close to the exit door at The Emirates. Arsenal manager Unai Emery has said that he believe that players will leave to other clubs in Europe, with Mustafi tipped to be close to a move with Serie A and La Liga most likely.

Leicester City does have a number of players that Brendan Rodgers is eager to get out, with them all far from a secure first team starter. Fousseni Diabate and Islam Slimani could both be sealing moves away, with possible loan deals approaching.

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Wilfred Zaha is said to be “allowed” to move in January, this depends on a bid getting to a level that is acceptable for Crystal Palace who could see their “best player” moving to a London rival with Chelsea and Tottenham both eager to sign the player that might be more wise by waiting for a real giant to come in for him.

Marcos Rojo (29) is certain to leave Manchester United with clubs in Spain and Italy eager to get the player, most likely in on loan. Rojo joined Man Utd from Sporting in Portugal back in 2014 and so far played 73 league games while at Old Trafford.

The next adventure in the career of Mario Balotelli is said to be close. A move to Brazilian club Flamengo is soon to be confirmed.

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