Transfer Talk, Haaland move, Pogba rumours, Ancelotti and Arteta

Alf Inge Haaland is eager to get a move over the line. This looks like a close race between RB Leipzig and Manchester United. A fee of around £60million will be what it takes to get this transfer completed. A possible switch back to RB Salzburg would look as a possible option to help his current club for the rest of this season.

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Mauricio Pochettino is likely to wait for a while to decide on his next step in football. Few would believe that Arsenal and Tottenham would change management this season, and suddenly other clubs will be hunting new managers. A certainty is that Pochettino will be back in football management.

Paul Pogba is said to have played his last game for Manchester United. Pogba is a previous World Cup winner and would probably like to be part of a club that competes at the highest level and not be part of a rebuilding project, not that type of player.

Pierre Emerick-Aubaymeyang is according to Mirror desperate to leave Arsenal. Paris St Germain could be an option, but it will be difficult to see Mikel Arteta agreeing to a move as the former Borussia Dortmund forward is probably his best player.

Burnley are at the moment doing well in the Premier League, but that will not stop their manager Sean Dyche from recruiting new talent. Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher, Bristol City young star Josh Brownhill and Derby County full back Jayden Bogle are three names that could see themselves on he move to Turf Moor in the January transfer window.

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Mezut Ozil looks finished at Arsenal with a minor league move. Turkey could be an option with Fenerbahce being linked. MLS has also been said to trigger the former German international with teams such as New York City, DC United and LA Galaxy all reported to be interested.

Joe Allen is still with Stoke, struggling in the wrong end of the Championship table. His talent is still seen as Premier League quality and don’t be surprised if clubs such as Watford, West Ham or Brighton will be in the chase. Everton, Burnley and Newcastle are also clubs eager to strengthen with an experienced international, and Joe Allen is definitively seen in that category.

Carlo Ancelotti has been appointed manager at Everton. This could trigger Zlatan Ibrahimovic to join. Ancelotti can attract to class players and will probably try to bring in a few names that again could bring joy to the fans of this club.

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Christian Eriksen could be in a difficult situation in January. His contract will expire in the summer and why he is looking for other options is a riddle. Jose Mourinho is eager to hold on to his Danish midfielder and would like to see Eriksen switch and rethink and sign a new and long term conract.

Newcastle looks close to complete a move for Queens Park Rangers midfielder Reagan Thomson. The young Scot has also been linked with Rangers and Celtic, but the move to St. James Park looks as the most likely.

Andras Sporar is a player to look out for. The Slovan Bratislava 25 year old attacker is one who would cost in the region of £7million. Celtic is seen as a possible new destination but the Slovanian international could also easily end up in Serie A.

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Tottenham are closing in on new talent. Nathan Ferguson of West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City right-back Max Aarons are two players that looks as possible prospects on the radar of Jose Mourinho.

Ashley Young could be on his way out of Old Trafford. A move could happen in the January transfer window according to Daily Mail. His former club Watford could be one that needs an experienced player as Nigel Pearson are planning his “great escape”.

Watford and Burnley are two clubs seen as possible chasers of Daniel Opare. The Antwerpen defender and Ghana international has been around a bit but never played in England before. Standard Liege, Porto and Augsburg are three of the 29 year old’s former clubs.

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are competing for the signature of Boubakary Soumare. The 20 year old Lille midfielder is seen as a “special one” with a route to stardom seen a long time ago. He has played in all French international youth teams up to the level of U.21.

The Chelsea buy back clause in Nathan Ake’s contract with Bournemouth is soon to expire. The Dutch international has been linked with a move away from The Cherries in January with a number of clubs interested. Chelsea and Leicester are both seen as new destinations but don’t be surprised if Arsenal and Tottenham are joining the chase, even Manchester City could be in line with a bid.


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.



Transfer Talk, Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich

Manchester United are front runners in the chase for England international Jadon Sancho and are desperate to add quality to their squad. OGS will do what it takes to try to bring the team back in contention for titles.

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Leicester City are again linked with Celtic defender Christopher Ajer. The Norwegian international has drawn attention to clubs in major leagues as he makes good performances in all competitions.

Thomas Muller looks set for a Bayern Munich exit, MLS and China could be options to consider, but also a chance to shine in Serie A or Primera could be tempting. Muller at his best is a player that could go into almost all teams first 11.

Ivan Rakitic looks certain to leave Barcelona sooner rather than later, and the player that previously was linked with Manchester United, is open to offers from other clubs as well, interesting to see were Rakitic will end up.

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Kai Havertz and Thomas Muller are both said to be in the eye of OGS and Manchester United as he is ready to “break the bank” to get the quality needed to secure a top four spot at Old Trafford for future seasons.

Luke Matheson is a player that many has on their radar. The teenage Rochdale wonder is one that easily could end up at either Manchester City or Manchester United as both clubs are prepare to pay a fee of £10million, which would be a dream for the little club and could make it possible to build a team cabable of a League Championship push.

Mezut Ozil is not finished at Arsenal, and the elegant midfielder is ready to dig in and fight for a future, with clubs in MLS looking on as the progress appear, New York City and Los Angeles Galaxy could both be eager to get in to a bidding round.

Wayne Rooney’s son Kai could be offered a chance to join the Manchester City academy when the family returns to UK, interesting to see the progress and follow the young man as he progress in English football.

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Manchester United looks reluctant to a move for Gareth Bale. Bale is not a player to add to a squad at Old Trafford with a injury record that makes most of clubs seeing the Wales ace as a risk for such as huge investment.

Glen Kamara could soon be on his way to Premier League with especially Brighton & Hove Albion looking on his progress at Rangers. The Finland international is a former Arsenal youth academy player.

Tottenham are said to be in pool position to sign Norwich youngster Max Aarons with a potential fee to be used wisely on maybe one or two players to bolster a squad looking a bit thin at the moment.

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Leeds United has, despite not being able to get back up in the PL, nursed forward a lot of talent and a player to be on his way at Elland Road is Kalvin Phillips. Manchester United is said to be following the player closely.

Bayern Munich is said to be watching Gabriel Jesus. A move away from Man City could be on, if the demand of £100million is met and the player is eager and ready to commit to such as switch.

The future of Ralph Hassenhutl looks uncertain after that massive 9-0 defeat at home to Leicester City. The German came in early last season and the folks on the board down south looks to be eager to pull the trigger on the German.

Athletic Bilbao central defender Unai Nunez could be joining Bayern Munich in January, a release clause of £30million is the only thing that could block a move.

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