Liverpool are preparing for a January move for Atletico Madrid star over claims that it will be sold out cheaply, Brentford’s top assets have responded to links with Manchester United, while Thursday’s transfer rumors claim Arsenal will officially bid £ 25m onwards.
JOAO FELIX IN THE EYES OF LIVERPOOL
Liverpool are ready to start talks on a deal for Joao Felix because of claims that Atletico Madrid are ready to accept a big loss to the star.
The Portuguese player joined Atletico Benfica in the summer of 2019 for £ 113 million. This fee ranks it among the top five most expensive downloads of all time.
However, reports are transmitted in Spain The sun, claim Atletico are ready to cash in after slipping on Diego Simeone’s lock.
In fact, he found himself on the fringes, thanks to the revival of Thomas Lemar.
The French star has come out of the shadows this season and plays a key role for Simeone.
However, since Felix is missing, they are expected to be cashed in for a heavily reduced fee.
Extended reports claim they are looking for around £ 65 million for the 21-year-old, led by Liverpool.
Felix can play as number 10, central striker or on the wings. They report that Jurgen Klopp can see the role of Felix on his side of Liverpool.
The Reds brought in Ibrahimo Konate for just £ 36 million this summer, so they have the money to spend. With its intervention options that need to be refreshed, Felix could offer that option.
The newspaper reports that Felix would be even more driven by Mohamed Salah, who is already showing why he is one of the best in the world this season.
ARSENAL FOR FORMAL OFFER FOR NOA LANG
Arsenal will officially present their interest in Club Bruges striker Noah Lang and are planning a £ 25million offer in January. (Sun)
Mauro Icardi intends to reject any offer to join Newcastle United as his wife Wanda Nara intends to stay in Paris. (Sun)
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette still wants to leave the Emirates Stadium and intends to reject all new contract offers. (Sun)
Real Madrid is becoming increasingly confident that Paul Pogba will be able to transfer for free next summer. (Sun)
Club bosses have invited the big Premier League champions to resign due to the buyout of Newcastle. (Sun)
Jesse Lingard admits that he was released from the Gareth Southgate team for Euro 2020 due to tears. (The Sun)
THOMAS FRANK ANSWERS TO MAN UTD LINKS
Thomas Frank says the connections with Manchester United and Arsenal managers have been “very nice” but he is “insanely happy” at Brentford.
Phil Foden is ready to sign a new six-year contract with Manchester City, with which he will earn almost 50 million pounds. (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle reportedly in regular contact with Chelsea striker Tim Werner’s agents. (Sun)
FIFA President Gianni Infantino hopes that Israel and Palestine will host a joint World Cup in the future. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona and AC Milan lead race to sign Jesse Lingard if he leaves Manchester United for free transfer. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is set to become Real Madrid’s best transfer target for the January window. (Daily Mail)
Robinho, Eto’o or Johnson? What example will Newcastle follow with its newly acquired wealth?
TAMMY ABRAHAM fitness update
Tammy Abraham expects to be capable of Roma’s next match despite an injury during England’s clash with Hungary. (Daily Mail)
Mats Hummels warns Borussia Dortmund team-mate Erling Haaland that “the grass isn’t getting greener on the other side” after fresh ties to Manchester City. (Daily Mail)
PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino is still determined to keep Kylian Mbappe at the club for a long time. (Daily Mail)
Pep Guardiola is likely to get the green light for a desire for five substitutions in the rest of the Carabao Cup. (Daily Mail)
The Manchester United women are scheduled to hand over Ole Gunnar’s daughter Solskjaer Karna in the Continental Cup match in Durham on Thursday night. (Daily Mail)
England will play most of their next League of Nations match in June, meaning their players are facing another penalty summer. (Daily Mail)
England is facing a fight against Italy and Russia as the war vying to host the 2028 euro warms up. (Daily Star)
AND MORE PORTABLE LORDS
Newcastle United are likely to beat Frank Lampard when they sort the candidates for the takeover if Steve Bruce is told to leave. (Daily Star)
Mark Hughes admits that he invented the legend of Fergie drying with a hair dryer. (Daily Star)
Newcastle reportedly angered Manchester United for turning to Sir Alex Ferguson in 1997 to replace Kevin Keegan. (Daily Express)
Newcastle are expected to fight Manchester United and Chelsea for English midfielders Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham. (Daily Express)
Edinson Cavani is expected to leave Manchester United if he wants to retain his place on the Uruguayan national team. (Daily Express)
Alessandro Bastoni’s representative wants Newcastle United to be contacted due to a possible transfer of Inter defender. (Daily Express)
Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero will face Tottenham in Newcastle on Sunday. Argentina will no longer be on the government’s red list and will no longer need to be quarantined. (Times)