In less than 72 hours to the closure of the January transfer window, there is no doubt that many clubs will juggle up their decisions as regards who should tarry and who should depart. FutballNews keeps you in the loop on the activities of the transfer window.
Inter Milan-Roma agreement on Dzeko-Sanchez loan talks
Italian giants, Inter Milan and AS Roma are in talks over a loan exchange of Edin Dzeko and Alexis Sanchez between the two clubs.
Roma proposed initially as former Manchester City hitman, Dzeko is on the pecking order with the club manager Paulo Fonseca– he’s having a solitary training due to an injury problem
Following Roma’s initial bid, Inter Milan tender it’s own bid with Roma but both clubs look at the feasibility of the transfer based on loans and wages
Haaland and Alaba are Chelsea’s interest
Chelsea are looking to get Borussia Dortmund striker, Erling Haaland and Bayern Munich defender, David in the next transfer windows
The only challenge for the Blues is the Spanish giants, Real Madrid are potential buyers of the 20-year-old forward.
Haaland has created global attention, scoring 37 goals in 37 appearances for Dortmund, but he’s still on contract with the German side till 2024.
Dortmund will be forced to sell the striker if they receive an offer high than his release clause.
Also, the West London side is looking to get Austria International, David Alaba, as he as turned new contract from his owner Bayern which gives Chelsea a green light to sign the versatile defender.
Leverkusen optimistic on Gray transfer deal
Bayer Leverkusen are optimistic about signing Leicester City forward Demarai Gray in the next day
The Englishman has six months left on his contract but Brendan Rodgers has no plan for the striker. The German club has the belief that he can impact the club in someway
Hammers sign Lingard on loan
English-side, West Ham have secured the loan deal of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United for the remaining days of the 2020/21 campaign.
Lingard struggles with playing time at Old Trafford as he hopes to get to the first squad of his former boss David Moyes.
The hope of West Brom and Newcastle United to get the 28-year-old forward was dashed as his representative opted for the London side.
West Ham seal Lingard’s deal around 3 million euros
Fulham boss not ‘uncertain’ to sign a striker
Fulham manager, Scott Parker has said that he not confident that the club will sign a forward to keep their head above the Premier League waters
“We all understand where we may need help with the squad, but whether that happens I’m not confident,” Parker said.
“I think we need that in that area because we’re light in numbers.
“We have one recognized striker at our football club in Aleks and he’s been fantastic for us. (Ivan) Cavaleiro has been playing as a nine for us as well and has done remarkably well.
Galatasaray set to sign Yedlin
Newcastle defender DeAndre Yedlin has been admired by Turkish giants, Galatasaray
The American’s contract will be expired in the summer, but his current owners has not negotiated any talks with him, despite there’s no speculation between Turkish club and Newcastle.
He poured out his mind on decision of the club on whether to stay or leave the St James’s Park
“At this moment [I want] just some clarity over whether Newcastle want me to stay or whether I can go,” Yedlin said
“There’s been no clarity. My agent has reached out to people at Newcastle and they’ve responded saying ‘yes, we’ll call you’ and there are no calls back. That has been quite frustrating.”
Arsenal may loan out Nelson Willock
According to Sky Sports, Mikel Arteta has planned to talk to players who are not getting ‘regular first-team football’ at Emirates as they will make decisions on their departure or staying back.
The Spaniard emphasis on Reiss Nelson and Joe possible loan move to Championship clubs to get first squad play like Emile Rowe Smith was loaned out to Huddersfield
The arrival of Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard cast doubt on the future of Willock.
Diagne completes medical at West Brom
Senegal International, Mbaye Diagne has done his medical for West Brom, awaiting a work permit for the switch to England
QPR signs Walsh
Queen Park Ranger has secured Joe Walsh for an undisclosed fee.
The 18-year-old goalkeeper has been admired by Everton and Celtic, but QPR got the teenager’s signature.