Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Transfer Talk

Marko Grujic will become the first new arrival at Anfield under the German manager when he completes his £5.1m move from Red Star Belgrade.

Bayer Leverkusen Sporting Director Rudi Völler said Javier Hernandez will not be leaving the club in January.

Chelsea are closing in on Shakhtar Donetsk playmaker Alex Teixeira; all thanks to Willian & Oscar.

Manchester United are set to launch a £45m bid for Lazio star Felipe Anderson.

Mohamed Elneny will undergo a medical in Paris ahead of signing his Arsenal contract. The FC Basel midfielder will join in a deal worth £7.4m.

Daily Mirror
Jose Mourinho is facing a massive dilemma after being offered an instant return to Real Madrid.
Wayne Rooney claimed Manchester United’s spirited display against Chelsea proved the players still believe in boss Louis van Gaal.
Watford striker Odion Ighalo is a £12m target for Spanish giants Atletico Madrid.
Aston Villa want Chelsea reject Loic Remy as Remi Garde seeks to bolster his strike force for the relegation fight.
West Brom and Watford have made opening enquiries about Tottenham winger Andros Townsend. Albion boss Tony Pulis is not blessed with transfer funds this window and will likely need to sell first.
Jamie Redknapp says Wayne Rooney faces the biggest challenge of his career… the Manchester United captain must fight for his place in the England squad.
Monaco are monitoring developments with Everton forward Kevin Mirallas.
Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce will revive talks with Bayern Munich this week over a move for Jan Kirchhoff.
Leicester and Sunderland are ready to rival Aston Villa for Croatia goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic.
Bournemouth have made enquiries over Fulham striker Ross McCormack. The Scotland international cost £11m from Leeds United in 2014 and Fulham want to recoup their money on a player who has scored 14 goals this season.
Eddie Howe is looking to add four or five new faces to ensure his squad can withstand any more injuries and stay in the Premier League. They have agreed a deal to sign Juan Iturbe from Roma and have discussed offers for Jonathan de Guzman and Carlo Zuniga from Napoli plus Leeds right back Sam Byram.
Fulham expect bids for young French striker Moussa Dembele with PSG, Manchester United, Everton, Tottenham, Napoli and Bayern Munich among those interested.
Daily Telegraph 
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea appears set to make his dream move back to Spain after Real Madrid said they would sign the 25-year-old in the summer.
Patrick Bamford is set to terminate his Crystal Palace loan early after growing frustrated at lack of first-team opportunities.
The Sun
Adnan Januzaj could be coming home to Old Trafford early to salvage under-fire boss Louis Van Gaal’s season and job at Manchester United.
Arsenal are ready to battle it out with Barcelona for Celta Vigo winger Nolito – and could offer Joel Campbell in part exchange to lure him to the Emirates.
Watford are winning the race for 19-year-old Peterborough striker Jonathan Edwards.
Daily Express
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants his board to offer a bumper new deal to Harry Kane to offset interest from Manchester United.
Bacary Sagna has urged Manchester City fans to be patient with his fellow French international Eliaquim Mangala, insisting he can still be a ‘great’ given time.
West Brom have made contact with Tottenham over the availability of winger Andros Townsend.
Liverpool are closing in on a deal for AC Milan keeper Diego Lopez, according to reports in Italy.
Ashley Cole will meet this week with LA Galaxy bosses in an attempt to seal a move to the MLS side.
Daily Star
Manchester United are set to launch a £45m bid for Lazio star Felipe Anderson.
Mohamed Elneny will undergo a medical on Tuesday in Paris ahead of signing his Arsenal contract on Wednesday. The FC Basel midfielder will join in a deal worth £7.4m.
Daily Record
Celtic are facing an injury crisis ahead of Wednesday’s Premiership game at Dundee with Kris Commons, Dedryk Boyata and Stuart Armstrong almost certainly out.
Caretaker David Hopkin will be in pole position to become Livingston manager – if he can secure three points against Falkirk tonight.
The Guardian
The Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan is due to end his 19-month injury torment on Tuesday with a comeback appearance against Fleetwood Town.
David Sullivan has revealed that Rafael Benitez had agreed a deal to become West Ham United’s manager in the summer before Real Madrid stepped in at the 11th hour.

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