Reports say that Chelsea are still interested in strengthening their defence. The Blues are said to be on the heels of Hoffeinheim’s Niklas Sule. The reports also say the club have made enquiries for the 21-year-old Olympic Silver-medallist.
Italian club, Internazionale, will try to sign Barcelona right-back Aleix Vidal. The player has fallen short at the Campp Nou as he has seen his place taken by Sergi Roberto in Luis Enrique’s side.
Arsenal seem to be interested in building something this time around. Arsene Wenger, apart from strengthening from time to time has also made it an important move to keep hold of his stars. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are said to be in talks to extend their deals. Although it is believed both may seek better wages from the North London club, it is believed the club is willing to do just anything to keep hold of its stars.
Manchester United’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan has complained that he is being played out of position by manager Jose Mourinho. The Armenian has said that he prefers his number 10 role. But surprisingly, Miki was played in this wide role last season at Dortmund and he was voted the best player in the Bundesliga with 11goals and 15 assists.
Staying with United, it is believed the Red Devils will make a fresh approach for Sporting midfielder William Carvalho in January. The 24-year-old has sparked interested from a number of Premier League clubs.
Tony Pulis, West Brom’s coach is reported to have fallen out of favour with his bosses and may be fired soon. The side is looking at bringing ex-England manager Roy Hodgson to continue the job.
Hate him or love him, Liverpool want to keep Lallana. The England international is enjoying good form with the Reds and is set to enter talks on an extension with the Jurgen Klopp-led side.
Staying with the Reds, they are in a battle with Tottenham to sign Lucas Alario. Alario is a striker with River Plate and Inter, Benfica and Joe Hart’s new side, Torino, are said to be interested.
Real Madrid will enter talks with Pepe to tie the defender to a new deal at the Santiago Bernabeu. The talks are said to have been triggered by interests from Manchester United and Chelsea. Who wouldn’t want to keep a double European champion.
By Adebayo Williams