The Coronavirus pandemic made the summer transfer market unprecedented, but there was still a lot of work to be done and the most important can be seen here. The window may be closed in the major European competitions, but here are the best rumours from around the world.
TOP OF PAGE: Arsenal joining clubs interested in Isco
Both Real and Isco are open for midfield from January. So it looks like the Spaniard will find a new home by the end of winter.
The sport now claims that Arsenal has joined the list of clubs that want to sign him in January.
Juventus, AC Milan, Sevilla FC and Everton have already shown interest in the 28-year-old.
The midfielder hasn’t played much this season, but that doesn’t seem to have deterred Mikel Arteta, who desperately needs new players to improve his struggling team.
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Wolves want Origi
Another man who hasn’t played much football this season is Divock Origi, which could lead to further discussions about the future of the Belgian.
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Athletic reports that Wolverhampton Wanderers wants to bring him in when the January window opens.
Now that the striker has only played seven minutes this season, Liverpool is ready to listen to the offers.
The wolves tried to draw the 25-year-old in the summer of 2018 and saw him as an option to fill the void left by the absence of Raul Jimenez, who suffered a head injury against Arsenal.
United Negotiations Man for Bicycle
Manchester United are interested in the 16-year-old Stefan Baiketic of Celta Vigo, according to La Voz de Galicia.
Reportedly, the Red Devils are currently in talks with Celta about an agreement, and initial indications are that they may be able to reach an agreement.
The player’s agent insists that the agreement will not be concluded unless the Spanish club receives a transfer fee.
Bajcetic hasn’t made the Celta Vigo the first team yet, but it’s clear he’s still attracting attention.
– Ajax Amsterdam prepares for the departure of Edson Alvarez in January, announces Football. The 23-year-old joined Club America 18 months ago and has since struggled to settle in Amsterdam. There would be no club connected to the Mexican international, but he could leave the club looking for extra minutes.
– TalkSport reports that Fikayo Tomori is expected to be given on loan for the rest of the season by Leeds United, which joins Stade de Rennes. The center-back rejected a loan move to West Ham United at the end of the summer and has hardly played since then.
– Brighton & Hove Albion have informed Matt Ryan that he can leave at the January transfer, reports Football Insider. The Australian international recently lost its place in the team to Robert Sanchez, and it seems that the change could be permanent. The seagulls expect a transfer fee of between £7 and £10 million for the goalkeeper.