PSG are considering a move for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah in the summer transfer window.
Mohamed Salah is a player that PSG are considering moving for. He has been with Liverpool since 2014, but the club may be willing to sell him this summer.
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TOP STORY: PSG join Salah’s pursuit.
Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah is negotiating a new deal with the club, but writer Fabrizio Romano claims Paris Saint-Germain were interested in him last summer and may do so again if Kylian Mbappe leaves.
Romano gave an update on the 29-year-present old’s predicament on the Rio Ferdinand Presents Five Youtube channel, saying: “Salah’s contract with Liverpool is still up in the air. He loves Liverpool, the supporters, the city, everything, according to what I’ve heard. However, there is yet to be an agreement on a new deal. If stars like Kylian Mbappé leave certain teams this summer, we should keep an eye on them. However, Liverpool’s first focus until next summer will be to extend Salah’s contract.”
The Egypt international’s contract expires in 2023, and the Reds are eager to extend their best players’ contracts in order to prevent a scenario like to that of Georginio Wijnaldum, who left Anfield for Parc de Princes on a free transfer this summer.
The Parisians are in the midst of their own contract issue, as striker Kylian Mbappe’s contract expires in 2022. Real Madrid made a late offer for the France international on transfer deadline day, the latest of which was for €200 million, and with no contract in place, he may be on his way out of the club.
Salah has been considered as a possible replacement by PSG due to late interest from the LaLiga club, according to Romano: “If Mbappe was sold to Real Madrid, PSG were reportedly considering signing Salah early in the summer, perhaps in June. They were planning something major and wanted to test it out on Salah.”
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21.42 BST: According to Nicolo Schira, Phil Foden is getting closer to signing a new contract that would keep him at Manchester City until 2027. Pep Guardiola has been in talks with the 21-year-old for the last month, and it seems that an announcement will be made soon.
Niklas Sule’s contract is scheduled to expire at the conclusion of the season, and he may be contacted by two Serie A teams next summer. According to Calciomercato, both Juventus and Internazionale are interested in signing the 26-year-old defender, who would bring quality to their backline. With 11 games so far this season, the Germany international has established himself as a vital member of Bayern Munich’s first squad.
Manchester City are poised to push Leeds United for Mateo Joseph’s signing, according to the Daily Mail at 20.36 BST.
On Wednesday, the Espanyol striker was connected with Leeds, but sources now indicate that the Premier League champions are interested in signing the 19-year-old, who has already drawn the attention of Barcelona, Liverpool, and Arsenal. The in-demand actress is believed to have a £1.2 million release clause.
Sergio Romero, a former Manchester United goalie, is poised to join Venezia FC, says Fabrizio Romano at 20.03 BST. According to reports, the Italian club had competition from rival Serie A side Spezia, but with talks nearing completion, it seems like the 34-year-old former Argentina international will complete his transfer to Venice.
According to the Sun, Manchester City are optimistic that Raheem Sterling will sign a new deal in January. The England international has been linked with a transfer away from the Etihad Stadium, with Barcelona being named most recently as a possible destination, but it is claimed that the Premier League club would veto any deal that would see the 26-year-old depart.
18.57 BST: According to Mundo Deportivo, AC Milan is pursuing Alex Collado. The 22-year-old Barcelona midfielder is allegedly eager to settle his future before January, and after a deal to Sheffield United fell through lately, the Blaugrana academy product may now be headed to the San Siro.
According to Sky Sports, Steve Bruce will be fired by Newcastle United after the club’s acquisition was finalized on Thursday. As one of the first changes at St. James’ Park, the new ownership group is expected to “very definitely” replace the manager.
Watford have confirmed the acquisition of Nicolas Nkoulou, a former Cameroon international. Since becoming a free agent in the summer, the centre-back has been connected with a number of teams throughout Europe, and he is Claudio Ranieri’s first signing as the Hornets boss. During his four seasons with Torino, the 31-year-old was a vital player, making 122 league games.
According to Football Insider, Aston Villa are interested in signing Harry Souttar. The 22-year-old Stoke City defender’s play has caught the attention of Premier League clubs, with the Villans hoping to complete a move in the new year. With Michael O’Neill’s team only one point from the automatic promotion spots, the Australia international has been a crucial role in the Potters’ progress this season.
According to ABC, Liverpool is interested in Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio.
After scoring a hat trick against Mallorca only six days before, Asensio, 25, is disgruntled at the Bernabeu after being an unused replacement in Madrid’s stunning Champions League loss to FC Sheriff Tiraspol.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti considers the Spain striker surplus to requirements and allows him to go in January.
16.03 BST: Calciomercato reports that Juventus is interested in signing Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic for €60 million, but that they will have to trade players to make it happen.
Tottenham has now been granted permission to sign Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski.
Tottenham boss Fabio Paratici is familiar with the Sweden international from his time at the club, and the player himself is eager to leave Turin after losing confidence in manager Max Allegri.
As a consequence, Kulusevski may become available in the January transfer window.
According to the Record, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in signing Benfica forward Darwin Nunez.
Nunez, who has a €150 million release clause in his contract, had six goals in eight appearances this season.
Benfica, on the other hand, is determined to retain the Uruguayan international.
14.53 BST: According to Sport, Liverpool forward Divock Origi wants to leave the club and is willing to join Barcelona.
Origi, 26, has only appeared four times for the club this season, scoring once, and is eager to move up to the first squad.
Barcelona has struggled in front of goal, but when completely healthy, Sergio Aguero, Martin Braithwaite, Luuk de Jong, Memphis Depay, Ansu Fati, and Ousmane Dembele will be available.
Newcastle United’s acquisition may ruffle a few Premier League feathers at 14.25 BST. This is why.
11.42 BST: According to ESPN’s James Olley, a Saudi Arabia-led purchase of Newcastle United is likely to be finalized within the next 48 hours.
The Premier League is likely to announce that Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) would buy out owner Mike Ashley in a transaction for little over £300 million, breaking an 18-month stalemate that began in April 2020.
However, at the time, PIF, the world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund, failed to pass the Premier League’s owners’ and directors’ criteria, resulting in an impasse that was overcome after intense negotiations in recent weeks.
Officially, the Premier League has said confidentially that the consortium has given evidence that the Saudi state will not have ownership of Newcastle.
When asked how they did it, the Premier League refused to answer when contacted by ESPN.
10.58 BST: A Brazilian footballer was detained and fired by his club after kicking a referee in the head and knocking him unconscious during a second-division game, officials said.
William Ribeiro of Sport Club Sao Paulo assaulted referee Rodrigo Crivellaro after he gave him a foul during their road encounter against Guarani on Monday. Ribeiro kicked the official two times, the second time when he was on the ground.
The game was called off, and Crivellaro was transported to a nearby hospital, while Ribeiro was detained and subsequently freed on bail.
Crivellaro was discharged from the hospital on Tuesday morning and informed reporters that he had yet to view the event video.
According to the Daily Mail, Juventus are willing to listen to proposals for midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
Ramsey, 30, signed a free move from Arsenal to Juventus in the summer of 2019 and earns approximately €200,000 per week.
However, according to the source, the Wales international has “played fewer minutes for his club since the start of March than he has for Wales in the same time,” and Juve are eager to offload him.
10.12 BST: Arsenal has confirmed that Jack Wilshere is a member of their training squad. Bournemouth released the 29-year-old former Arsenal midfielder this summer, and he is searching for a new team.
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09.41 BST: Yaya Toure, a former Manchester City and Ivory Coast player, has been making the rounds lately.
Toure, 38, recently contacted former club Barcelona to offer assistance, and now writer Emanuel Roşu reports that he “offered his management skills to Sepsi Sf. Gheorghe in the Romanian top flight.”
Sepsi, on the other hand, is said to “want someone with a proven record in the Romanian top flight,” so he may have to wait.
09.15 BST: Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly told his teammates that he want to extend his contract.
Pogba’s contract with Juventus runs out in 2022, and he has been linked with Juventus, PSG, and Real Madrid.
Despite agent Mino Raiola’s efforts to move his client out of Old Trafford, L’Equipe reports that the France international will now remain.
08.52 BST: Fayza Lamari, Kylian Mbappe’s mother, has confirmed that her son is in negotiations to sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, after strong interest from Real Madrid this summer.
Mbappe, who will be a free agency next summer, may join with a new club on January 1, and Madrid president Florentino Perez stated on Tuesday that he is hopeful about obtaining the forward’s signature on a pre-contract next year.
However, in an interview with Le Parisien, Lamari said that her son is in the process of negotiating a new contract.
When questioned about her son’s future, Lamari replied, “We are discussing right now with PSG and everything is OK.” “I talked with [PSG sporting director] Leonardo last night. Will we be able to find a solution? One thing is undeniable. To win the Champions League, he would give all he has to the very end.”
08.00 BST: Sources tell ESPN’s Rob Dawson that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be hesitant to allow Donny van de Beek leave Manchester United in January, even if the midfielder’s chances at Old Trafford do not improve.
Van de Beek has only played five minutes in the Premier League this season, having started two of United’s ten games. The 24-year-position old’s in Louis van Gaal’s current Netherlands team has been lost due to a lack of playing time, sparking rumours that the former Ajax player may seek to leave in the January transfer window after a planned deal to Everton fell through on deadline day.
According to ESPN, Solskjaer expects Van de Beek to want to leave in January if he isn’t given a chance this season, but the Norwegian wants to keep his team together for the full season before making choices on peripheral players next summer.
Solskjaer has privately acknowledged that towards the conclusion of last season, he “overplayed” important players and wants to prevent a repeat this season. Van van Beek and the rest of the team have been promised that there would be enough games this season, but the early departure from the Carabao Cup has made things more difficult.
Van de Beek started 15 games last season, his first in England after joining from Ajax for £40 million in 2020, with seven of them either in the Carabao Cup or FA Cup. Since his arrived almost 14 months ago, he has only started four leagues.
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