With the winter window opening soon, the rumour mill is beginning to gather pace. Who will be moving where come January? Transfer Talk has the latest.
Milan eyeing up Fabinho
AC Milan are considering an “audacious” approach for Liverpool midfielder Fabinho, according to the Express.
Despite only arriving at Anfield in July, the Rossoneri reckon there’s a possibility they’ll be able to talk the Brazilian midfielder into jumping ship.
The club reportedly point to the fact that the 25-year-old has found first-team action hard to come by having endured a slow start to life at Anfield.
As such, it’s being purported that Milan are willing to offer the player a January escape route.
James surplus to requirements at Bayern
James Rodriguez will soon be free to move to the Premier League after Bayern Munich decided they aren’t interested in converting the Colombian forward’s two-year loan move into a permanent one, says The Sun.
The 27-year-old is expected to return to parent club Real Madrid next summer as the Bavarian outfit stage a mass overhaul of their ageing squad,
Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have all expressed an interest in the recent past, and all three clubs are reportedly still keen to make a move as and when the opportunity presents itself.
– Samir Nasri is currently training for free at West Ham in the hope of securing a short-term deal with the club from January onward, so claims The Sun.
– Juventus rejected the chance to sign goalkeeper Keylor Navas as part of the deal that took Cristiano Ronaldo to Turin, reports The Mirror,
– Barcelona general manager Pep Segura has admitted that Ousmane Dembele is struggling to settle but insists the club will stick by the France forward amid reports they are ready to move on from the 21-year-old.