Transfer news: Manchester United and Man City battles for Erling Haaland, Milan wants Diaz’s extension

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The meteoric form of Borussia Dortmund striker, Erling Haaland has not gone unknown as top clubs continues to express interest in him.

The Norwegian has proven to be a deadly goal poacher and a team player at the BVB where he has bagged 17 goals so far in 14 games across all competitions this season.

Haaland is a top target for top European clubs

It is a known fact it is not only the two English clubs that are monitoring the teenage striking sensation. According to Daily Mail, Chelsea, Real Madrid have also been linked with the forward.

Other transfer news

Milan wants to extend Diaz loan extension

AC Milan wants to extend the loan deal of Real Madrid’s Brahim Diaz for another season.

CalcioMercato reports that the Rossoneri wants the youngster to continue his development under them. They are therefore eager to take him on for another year.

Koeman wants more signing

Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman wants new faces at the club in order to remain competitive.

Due to the debt incurred by the club and the financial situations of clubs affected by the pandemic, Koeman is prepared to be patient.

Ronald Koeman during Barcelona training

The Dutchman will have to wait till a new president is elected in January before deals are done.

Sassuolo expects renewed bid for Boga

Serie A side, Sassuolo is expectant of renewed interest in winger Jeremy Boga this January.

According to CalcioMercato, Roma, Milan, Juventus and Napoli were all interested in him during the summer. But now, it is belived that Juve leads the way.

Boga on the brink of exit at Sassuolo

The winger could be sold at fee of at least €25m (£22m/$30m).

Southampton wants to tie Ings to a new deal

Southampton is hoping to tie Danny Ings to a long-term deal at the club after the striker continued his meteoric goalscoring form.

The manager Ralph Hasenhuttl while speaking to Hampshire Live said the English striker has been given a fantastic offer.

Ings celebrates a goal

“I think the offer we made him is a fantastic one and, in my opinion, we showed him how much we want him to stay here and the rest is on him.

“If not, as I said, he has to take the responsibility for this and we will have to live with it too.

“We are not addicted to one player only and we must always have a squad that can replace anybody.”

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