The transfer window for Europe's largest clubs is closed, but they are still working tirelessly behind the scenes to arrange the arrival of their next star. Transfer Talk has searched the media worldwide to find out who could go to your club on January 1st.
Solskjaer receives £ 50 million for transfers from January
Manchester United interim chief Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is paid out a pound According to the Mirror in January 50m transfer war chest. Ed Woodward, the deputy chairman of the United States, is ready to approve the taking of a high-ranking center-back and will also look after an attacking player.
Tottenham Center-Back Toby Alderweireld Kalidou Koulibaly and Eder Militao of Porto are the three defenders mentioned in the report.
The club also weighs a step aside for Juventus winger Douglas Costa He has fallen out of favor with the Italian champions. Speaking of money bubbling, the Telegraph United wants to Mauricio Pochettino as the next manager "at all costs", even if this means that Tottenham costs an incredible £ 42 million compensation fee.
The United States considers Pochettino the ideal candidate to replace Jose Mourinho full-time, but knowing that Argentina will be kept away from the Spurs poses a major challenge. The 46-year-old has a new five-year contract at the end of last season completed, which does not contain a release clause.
Chelsea and Spurs lead the hunt by Hummels
Chelsea and Tottenham are the frontrunners in the race for signing Mats Hummels who wants Bayern Munich.
According to the picture, 30-year-old Marc Kosicke's agent recently traveled to London to work on a possible move to the Premier League.
Hummels has won two Bundesliga titles since moving from two rivals to Borussia Dortmund in 2016. Although a January action was announced, Bayern boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed on Wednesday night that the German international would be at least until the end of the season Club will stay.
Pep wants the Lyon starlet Fernandinho's successor
Pep Guardiola considers the midfielder of Lyon Houssem Aouar as an ideal substitute for Fernandinho, as described in the Sun.
The Manchester City boss is said to be having two performances against his team in the Champions League this season by the 20-year-old Olds.
Aouar, which is contracted to Lyon until 2023, has an estimated value of around £ 50 million.
Atleti denies the story of Hernandez-to-Bayern …
Atletico Madrid has ruble reports linking Lucas Hernandez to Bayern Munich with a £ 76.6m switch.
Marca claims that the French World Cup winner who signed a new contract with Atleti in the summer will sign a four-year contract. The Bundesliga champion has been the club's record transfer, breaking the £ 38m she received in 2017 for Corentin Tolisso in Lyon.
Atleti quickly denied Marca's report and issued a statement Wednesday evening in which she wished Hernandez to remain in the club.
… while De Jong was attacked by Germans
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says that Bayern will face Manchester City's Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong which is valued at 70 million pounds is appreciated by the Dutch side. The 21-year-old, a star student from the prestigious Eredivisie Club talent factory, has also found interest in Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.
The transfer algorithm of Football Whispers reveals the probability of rumors of five
Gabigol to West Ham: 3.3
The Hammers are interested in the Brazilian currently loaned to Santos by Interos. Manuel Pellegrini is expected to step up his striking options in January and sign the 22-year-old. Gabigol impressed in Brazil after leaving an impression at San Siro. The Nerazzurri are open for sale, but will claim nearly £ 25 million.
Isco to Chelsea: 2.9
Related to a move to Manchester City this week, Isco is also Chelsea's interest is arousing interest as they race for the signature of the 26-year-old in front of their rivals. The Blues are ready to pay 70 million pounds for the Real Madrid playmaker and offer him a contract worth 250,000 pounds per week. Maurizio Sarri believes that Isco would fit into his system at Stamford Bridge, and has the potential to forge a fruitful partnership with Eden Hazard.
Tammy Abraham at Newcastle: 1.3
The informed striker was joined by a transfer to St. James Park. Abraham, loaned to Chelsea's Aston Villa, scored 12 goals in 16 league titles this season and can count Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez as a long-time admirer. Crystal Palace is also interested in the English U21 national player.
Lorenzo Insigne to Liverpool: 1.4
The Premier League leaders are weighing a big cash move for the Napoli striker as Jurgen Klopp aims to strengthen his squad and win the first league title of the To deliver club for 29 years. The 27-year-old, a product of the Italian Youth Academy, has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season, winning the Champions League victory in Napoli against the Reds in October.
Matthijs de Ligt Juventus: 1.7
Juventus seem to have stolen a march from the top European clubs in the De Ligt race. Juve's chairman, Andrea Agnelli, has opened talks with Edwin van der Sar, the head of Ajax, for the 19-year-old Golden Boy winner, who, after a series of impressive appearances for Ajax and the team, is one of Europe's most sought-after prospects Football is Netherlands.