The latest gossip from the Premier League ahead of the January transfer window, including news of Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal We’re now well into December and despite the hectic festive schedule, transfer rumours are as abundant as ever.
The window for Premier League teams opens later this week, with clubs expected to bolster their options for the second part of the campaign. And below we take a look at the latest updates and rumours that have emerged over the past 24 hours. Football fans from all over the world can buy online Premier League tickets to enjoy its stunning performances.
Arsenal battle Spurs for Upamecano
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are prepared to battle it out in the transfer market for the services of RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano, according to the Daily Star.
Arsenal, still winless under Mikel Arteta, is seeking defensive reinforcements in the New Year to save their campaign and Spurs are also on the hunt for players in this area, as Jose Mourinho looks to make his mark.
As a result, the North London duo are both said to be prepared to pay £50m for the services of the 21-year-old but the report also mentions that Manchester City could also be in the mix.
Manchester United eye striker
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eyeing a second-choice striker in the January transfer market, the Manchester Evening News reports.
United suffered a blow with the news that Borussia Dortmund has won the race for Erling Haaland but that hasn’t changed Solskjaer’s approach, with alternative options to the 19-year-old identified.
Solskjaer’s side had a similar contingency plan in the summer during their pursuit of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, although that was eventually not needed, although there is still a ‘high possibility’ no new faces will arrive at Old Trafford.
Newcastle plotting Shelvey deal
Newcastle United is working on a major deal to extend Jonjo Shelvey’s stay on Tyneside, Chronicle Live reports.
The former Liverpool midfielder is entering the final 18 months of his current deals but has informed the club he would like to remain at St. James’ Park for the peak years of his career.
West Ham has long been attributed with an interest in Shelvey but he is not keen on a move to London and both parties are relaxed about the situation, with confidence that a new deal can be agreed.
Wolves are set to lose Italian striker Patrick Cutrone in the January transfer window as Fiorentina prepare a swoop, reports cited by the Daily Mail state.
The 21-year-old was omitted from the squad to face Liverpool on Sunday through illness, having previously been named among the substitutes, but reports surrounding the striker’s future continue to arise.
It’s stated that Fiorentina is preparing an offer to take Cutrone back to Serie A on loan for the remainder of the season, before offering £12.8m to make the deal permanent in the summer.
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