Transfer Talk, Tottenham, West Ham, Manchester United, Arsenal and more …

New Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho is said to be eager to get Marouane Fellaini in and reunite with the Belgian international currently playing in China. The 32 year old Belgian midfielder is currently with Chinese club Shandong Luneng.

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Patrick Vieira has emerged as the hottest candidate to take over the vacant manager position at Arsenal. Unai Emery could be in line for a new chance at Everton, who are also linked with Napoli exit Carlo Ancelotti.

James Maddison and Ben Chilwell will not be sold from Leicester City, in the January transfer window, to clubs far behind in the league title race. Midland clubs Wolves and Leicester are flying high at the moment and “pundits” might have not seen that yet.

Manchester United will, according to reports, struggle a lot to find suitable signings in the January transfer window, and OGS might just work further on his “youth policy” plan and just add talents as they clearly looks eager to get into his team.

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Wolves forward Raul Jimenez says he is ready to move to bigger club in the future and return to La Liga for a chance to play there. Jimenez (28) has a past at Atletico Madrid and Benfica before joining Wolves last season, first on loan and then permanent.

Newly appointed Watford manager Nigel Pearson has installed Craig Shakespeare as first team coach and the pair is back together. They are said to be looking at a number of alternative signings in January which could involve some of his former recruits at Leicester City.

Young Leicester City forward George Hirst has taken the U.23’s with storm after he returned to England from Oud-Heverlee Leuven this summer. A loan move could be on in January and the most likely is to seek more experience in the Championship.

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Liverpool are linked with PSG duo Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. If those two mega stars are set to join The Reds, they need to sell players, with Adam Lallana, James Milner and maybe Saido Manè as liklely exits.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be on his way back to English football with the 38 year old being lined up as a possible signing for Everton. Zlatan has earlier been linked with a return to Serie A, with clubs such as AC Milan, Lazio and Napoli among those mentioned as the next step.

Everton forward Moise Kean might be on his way out of Goodison Park. A loan back to Italy looks as the most likely option but also clubs in France and Germany could be eager to see if the young talent could suit them as his style might be more adaptable for those European leagues than playing in PL.

Jurgen Klopp will try to “fix” his defensive challenges by entering the transfer market in January. Everton defender Micheal Keane, Burnley’s James Tarkowski and Bournemouth’s Dutch international Nathan Ake are all players seen as possible options for a move to Anfield.

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Cenk Tosun could be another Everton player on his way out. Turkish club Besiktas could be eager to bring the player back and kick start his career again. Tosun (28) left Besiktas for Everton in 2018 and has since scored 9 goals in 40 league appearances for The Toffees.

Chelsea could be on the brink of a massive take over as Roman Abramovich ownership is heavily tested. American business mogul Todd Boehly is eager to invest in English football, and are today co-owner of American Baseball team Los Angeles Dodgers.

Jadon Sancho could be one player on his way back to Premier League. The Borussia Dortmund and England player is wanted at both Manchester United and his former club Manchester City.

Jannik Vestergaard could be on his way out of Southampton. A loan move back to Bundesliga could be an option but also a surprise call from another unnamed Premier League club could also be on.

Chris Smalling, currently impressing in Serie A, could become a wanted man in the summer. Everton, Arsenal and West Ham are all “in search” and a move back to London could be interesting news for the former Fulham player.



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