Transfer Update On Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo, Marcelo Bielsa, Franck Kessie, Malo Gusto, Anthony Gordon, And Others

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Transfer Update On Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo, Marcelo Bielsa, Franck Kessie, Malo Gusto, Anthony Gordon, And Others
Transfer Update On Enzo Fernandez.

Despite having bids rejected at the beginning of the month, Chelsea has not given up on trying to recruit 22-year-old midfielder Enzo Fernandez from Benfica and Argentina during the January transfer window. (Record – in Portuguese)

With the Seagulls searching for prospective replacements, Graham Potter’s team might also come back with an improved offer for Moises Caicedo, a 21-year-old midfielder from Ecuador who plays for Brighton. (Guardian)

In order to replace Frank Lampard as manager, Everton has had discussions with former Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa. (Athletic)

Along with West Ham manager David Moyes, who oversaw the Toffees from 2002 to 2013, former Everton players Wayne Rooney, now the manager of DC United, and Duncan Ferguson are also included on the list. (Sun)

Everton’s overture to Brentford regarding manager Thomas Frank was rebuffed. (Football Insider)

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The 26-year-old Franck Kessie, a midfielder for Barcelona and the Ivory Coast, is expected to finish the season in Spain despite rumors of a transfer to Stamford Bridge. (Football.London)

Malo Gusto of the France U21s and Lyon, both 19 years old, could possibly be a target for Chelsea as their spending under Todd Boehly approaches £500 million. (Telegraph)

Thiago Silva will soon receive a contract extension from Chelsea, keeping the Brazilian defender at Stamford Bridge past the age of 39. (Times)

Anthony Gordon, a 21-year-old winger for Everton and the England U21 team, could be a potential replacement for Chris Wood, who last week joined Nottingham Forest. (Talksport)

Mykola Matviyenko, a 26-year-old center-back for Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk who is valued at £20 million, is drawing further attention from Brighton. (Telegraph)

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Transfer Update On Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo, Marcelo Bielsa, Franck Kessie, Malo Gusto, Anthony Gordon, And Others

The Financial Fair Play rules have a loophole that Chelsea has exploited to sign players to long-term contracts, notably the signing of 22-year-old Ukrainian forward Mykhailo Mudryk to an eight-and-a-half-year contract. Uefa is set to tighten this loophole. (Times)

Nicolas Jackson, a 21-year-old attacker who plays for Villarreal and is from Senegal, is being chased by Bournemouth and Southampton. (Athletic)

Tottenham and West Ham are considering Maurizio Sarri, the 64-year-old manager of Lazio, if they decide to break ways with David Moyes or Antonio Conte. (Ilmessaggero)

Before Antoine Griezmann, 31, earned a long-term return to Diego Simeone’s squad last summer, Manchester United spoke with the Atletico Madrid and France forward. (Sky Sports)

David Blitzer and Joshua Harris, co-owners of Crystal Palace, are considering selling their shares and investing in Manchester United, which would allow the Glazer family to maintain control of the Old Trafford club. (Mirror)

Naouirou Ahamada, a 20-year-old French midfielder, is the subject of negotiations between Palace and Stuttgart. (Athletic)

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Spain and Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio, 27, is wanted by Barcelona this summer but is still negotiating a new contract at the Bernabeu. (Sport)

Steven Gerrard, the 42-year-old former manager of Aston Villa, is expected to lose the Poland managerial position to Fernando Santos, the 68-year-old former manager of Portugal. (Fabrizio Romano)

All of these players need new jobs and a new salary very soon. These are all the news and Transfer Update brought to you by FUTBALLNEWS.

All these players are now looking for a job and we should expect them to change clubs and make top salary very soon at their various.

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