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Transfer news, rumors and gossip about today's football January 18, 2019
Standard Sport understands that Liverpool is in no hurry to give the young talent Ki-Jana Hoever a first professional contract.
Chelsea are also winning a £ 31 million contract for midfielder Zenit Leandro Paredes, according to The Express.
Manchester United will offer Marcus Rashford a new double-money deal that will increase his weekly salary to £ 150,000, according to The Sun.
The West Ham received two bids for the Genoa striker Krzysztof Piatek dismissed, reports The Mail.
Liverpool are keeping a close eye on Schalke midfielder Weston McKennie, 20, and they are considering a £ 20 million roll, according to The Sun.
Leeds has refused an offer from Crystal Palace for 18-year-old Jack Clarke, reports the Yorkshire Evening Post.
We will bring you today's football gossip and the latest from Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, West Ham, Man City and more during the window …
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Sancho remaining put
Borussia Dortmund boss Michael Zorc has warned that Premier League claimants Jadon Sancho will not leave the club this summer.
Sancho joined Dortmund for £ 8 million in 2017 and has impressed since he gained a normal starting point at the Westfalenstadion.
His appearance forced Christian Pulisic to Chelsea to leave the group and led to his international debut in the friendly English against the USA in November 2018.
"It's an exceptional talent and a big part of our future," Zorc told ESPN.
"We believe we are the best option for him to continue developing, he has not finished yet, not for a long time.
"And he will definitely play with us next year, what happens."
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"It's fair to say that Robbo did not hesitate for a second when we talked about extending our club's stay for longer.
"He could have been from Glasgow, but everything about him screams Liverpool, it was great to see him grow, develop and improve".
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Everton is ready to be sold in January
Everton manager Marco Silva admits that there will be more departures than the arrivals this month, as he was told by the club council that finances are not available for new purchases.
The attacker out of compliments Oumar Niasse is approaching a loan move to Cardiff, which would leave the boss of Toffees with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Cenk Tosun and Richarlison, forward wing, as his options in attack.
The trio has only 17 goals between them – of which Richarlison has scored nine – but in January there will be no reinforcements.
"It's not my job to change my mind," said Silva.
"When you asked me in the last few weeks about possible players coming or not in the market, I told you that you can not just sign someone if someone leaves the club or if we sell someone.
"We do not have the financial conditions to go on the market, (that) is the feedback I have at the moment, I have to find different solutions".
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Thursday 17 January transfer news and rumors
Chelsea have agreed an agreement with Juventus to sign Gonzalo Higuain to the end of the season, according to Sky in Italy.
Manchester United and Chelsea depart for the summer trip on Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka, reports The Mirror.
The goal of Arsenal Denis Suarez has been nominated in the Barcelona team for the clash of Thursday with the Copa del Rey with Levante.
Manchester City has opened talks with Hadjuk Split for a £ 7m contract for the 18-year-old Ante Palaversa midfielder, The Mail reports.
According to Sky Sports, Atletico Madrid is in advanced talks to sign Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, which is worth £ 45 million.
Meanwhile, Divock Origi is among a number of players that Tottenham is considering signing to replace the injured Harry Kane in the coming weeks, reports The Telegraph.
Wednesday 16 January transfer news and rumors
Arsenal is encouraged to make a move for the Colombian international James Rodriguez, the Standard Sport understands it.
The 27-year-old is in the final six months of a two-year Real Madrid loan with Bayern Monaco who hopes to get the point guard down if he can find a club willing to pay a £ 3 million commission to free him from the existing deal.
Any potential loan could depend on whether the Gunners can download Mesut Ozil in the January transfer window.
Meanwhile, Tottenham may be forced to enter the transfer market after the news that Harry Kane is out until the beginning of March after suffering an ankle ligament injury.
And the BBC they suggested that Marko Arnautovic of West Ham could be an option for the Spurs who support their lines of attack.
West Ham, meanwhile, has rejected Fiorentina's 10-million-euro offer for midfielder Pedro Obiang, second Sky Sports.
The Daily mirror they say that Arsenal is resigned to the fact that it will have to subsidize Mesut Ozil's salaries for £ 350,000 a week to download it to Inter.
Elsewhere, Man Utd will consider offers for midfielder Marouane Fellaini this month, according to Daily Mail.
Tuesday, January 15 transfer news and rumors
Tottenham could be forced into the transfer market after confirming that Harry Kane is out until the start of March after suffering an ankle ligament injury.
Chelsea will claim more than 100 million pounds if Eden Hazard tells the club that he wants to join Real Madrid, according to the Telegraph.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took pole position to become the next permanent boss of Manchester United, reports The Sun.
David de Gea wants to pledge his long-term future for Manchester United, but is waiting for an adequate supply, according to The Mail.
Jonjo Shelvey has been told that he will be in Newcastle among the interests of West Ham, reports The Mirror.
Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata is in talks with Atletico Madrid before returning to Spain, according to The Sun.
Brand in Spain says that the attacker is willing to take a pay cut to join Athletes.
Monday, January 14 transfer news and rumors
The Standard Sport understands that Chelsea has opened a £ 26.8m bid to Zenit St Petersburg for midfielder Leandro Paredes.
Unai Emery wants Arsenal to drop Mesut Ozil in January to free up the funds before the window closes, according to the Daily Mail.
The wolves rival Chelsea for the signing of the forward Callum Wilson, reports the Birmingham Mail.
Barcelona wants the Tottenham forward Fernando Llorente, second Mundo Deportivo in Spain.
Former Manchester United striker Andy Cole will join Sol Campbell in Macclesfield Town as a coach, according to the Daily Mail.
Meanwhile, Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure has told a French TV group that he wants to leave Vicarage Road in the interests of the PSG.
Sunday, January 13 transfer news and rumors
The British boss Gareth Southgate emerged as a potential candidate for the work of Man Utd, as reported this morning.
The Sunday Telegraph they say that Old Trafford officials are worried that the head of Tottenham Mauricio Pochettino will remain at the Spurs, forcing them to rethink their plans.
Tottenham is the choice n. 1 by Ed Woodward to succeed Jose Mourinho full time.
Meanwhile, AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso made it clear that striker Gonzalo Higuain wants to leave the club with Chelsea's interest.
Staying in Serie A, and Arsenal would sue Juventus with a £ 18 million commission if they wanted to sign Aaron Ramsey this month, according to Sunday Mirror.
Chelsea, according to the Sunday Sunday, is said to be considering a move to re-sign Nathan Ake for Bournemouth.
The Dutch defender moved to Stamford Bridge on the south coast in 2017, following a highly successful loan period, and Chelsea would maintain a £ 40 million buy-back clause from that deal.
Finally, the interest of Real Madrid against Christian Eriksen could see Tottenham rekindle theirs in the Ajax wonderkid Frenkie de Jong, according to the Sunday Mirror.
The spurs are known to be longtime admirers of the twenty-one, but will face tough competition from people like Man City and Barcelona.
Saturday 12 January transfer news and rumors
The Barcelona joined the run for Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, reports The Sun.
Juventus is planning a summer dive for Isco del Real Madrid, according to The Mail.
Manchester United and Arsenal joined the race to sign Porto star Yacine Brahimi, reports The Mirror.
Chelsea has agreed in principle with Leandro Paredes and Nicola Barella, according to The Telegraph.
Monaco manager Thierry Henry will offer Michy Batshuayi a way out of Chelsea, reports The Sun.
Friday 11 January transfer news and rumors
The Fulham has rejected a £ 50m bid for star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic of an unnamed Chinese club, reports The Sun.
Bayern Munich are hoping to beat Barcelona for the signing of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, according to The Sun.
Crystal Palace and Fulham were alerted after Michy Batshuayi's loan spell in Valencia was discontinued, according to The Mirror.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Chelsea has rejected Barcelona's offer to exchange Willian with Malcom for more money.
England's Jadon Sancho wants to stay at Borussia Dortmund despite reports that link it to a Premier League move, reports The Mail.
Tottenham wants to sign midfielder Hoffenheim and Austria Florian Grillitsch, according to Sky Sports.
Thursday 10 January transfer news and rumors
West Ham faces a battle to keep striker Marko Arnautovic at bay after his brother and the agent have declared that he "wants to go" following a lucrative offer from an unknown club in the Chinese Super League.
The agent of Gonzalo Higuain is in London with Chelsea eager to buy the attacker.
The Standard Sport understands that Nicolas Higuain, the brother of the opponent, arrived on Thursday morning and should meet with Chelsea officials to probe their interest.
Meanwhile, contrary to reports, we understand that Aaron Ramsey has not yet agreed to join Juventus with his agent to talk to other clubs.
The Serie A team is in pole position to secure Arsenal's services protagonist this summer, but Inter Milan, Milan, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are also interested.
Elsewhere, Barcelona could sell Philippe Coutinho to finance the deal to bring Neymar back to the Camp Nou.
Wednesday 9 January transfer news and rumors
Chelsea wants to sign Andre Silva, but every deal depends on Alvaro Morata who replaces the striker in Seville, reports The Sun.
Ander Herrera is ready to sign a new contract with Manchester United after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer persuaded him to stay, according to The Sun.
Arsenal has asked Chelsea goalkeeper Nicolò Barella and could make a late offer to divert the deal, reports The Daily Mail.
The Sun reports that Inter plans a summer dive for Luka Modric and could sell Ivan Perisic to Manchester United to raise funds.
Real Madrid wants Christian Eriksen or Eden Hazard to be their new playmaker as they plan a review of the team this summer, reports The Independent.
Tuesday, January 8 transfer news and rumors
The Standard Sport understands that Chelsea has put the transfer of Cesc Fabregas to Monaco until they are able to replace the Spaniard.
The Blues have identified two possible substitutes in the star of Cagliari, Nicolo Barrera and Leandro Paredes of Zenit St Petersburg, and will not punish the transfer of Fabregas to Ligue 1 until one of these agreements is reached.
Meanwhile, Sevilla is interested in signing Alvaro Morata's Chelsea loan.
According to AS, the agent of Morata, Juanma Lopez, has traveled to the Andalusian city to hold talks with Sevilla football director Joaquin Caparros for the possibility of a loan move.
Meanwhile, Real Betis is interested in hiring West Ham forward Lucas Perez on loan. The Hammers could still hold on to former Arsenal until the end of the season if they are not able to replace them.
Arsenal is exploring the possibility of turning former Edu midfielder into the new club's football director.
The Gunners are keen to add additional skills to their first-team operations in a restructuring that began when Arsene Wenger was in charge and continued this season with the departure of CEO Ivan Gazidis for AC Milan.
Athletic Bilbao sports director Rafa Alkorta has told Cadena Ser that the club is looking forward to re-signing midfielder Ander Herrera and Tottenham forward Fernando Llorente.
Elsewhere, Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele is approaching China.
Monday 7 January transfer news and rumors
Barcelona are reluctant to let Arsenal striker Denis Suarez loan this month before a permanent transfer proposal in the summer, according to the Mirror.
Lazio has received a £ 13m bid for Chelsea full-back David Zappacosta, according to The Sun.
Chelsea wants £ 10 million for Cesc Fabregas while the midfielder flies south for talks after his farewell performance at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, reports the mirror.
Manchester United faces a battle with Liverpool and Real Madrid for right-back Porto Eder Militao, according to The Sun.
Meanwhile, The Sun reports that Fulham goalkeeper Fabri will return to Besiktas only six months after leaving the club to move west of London.
And Frank Lampard has lost the hope of hiring Chelsea teen Ethan Ampadu on loan.
Sunday 6 January transfer news and rumors
Chelsea will make a £ 50m bid to try and sign the PSG forward Edinson Cavani to solve their attacking problems.
The Sunday Express report Maurizio Sarri wants Uruguay international to lead his attack with Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud who fail to play that role under Italian.
Arsenal has meanwhile opened talks with Barcelona for a move for Spanish midfielder Denis Suarez. The Guardian claiming Spanish is available for around 20 million pounds with Unai Emery, eager to bring a player with whom she previously worked in Seville.
Fulham will offer £ 15 million for Liverpool Divock Origi's striker to help their Premier League survival offer, according to the mirror.
But after downloading Dominic Solanke to Bournemouth, Jurgen Klopp might be wary of letting another forward reinforcement leave the club before the title race.
Saturday 5 January transfer news and rumors
It is said that Chelsea is close to sealing a complicated loan agreement that will bring Gonzalo Higuain to Stamford Bridge.
Sky Sports He says Tottenham and Man City are on alert after the young Sunderland striker Josh Maja has rejected a new contract with the Black Cats.
Meanwhile, it is reported that West Ham's Reece Oxford is trying to relocate to Arsenal and will reject an offer to return to Borussia Monchengladbach this month, according to the mirror.