The January transfer window is just a day old, and already there is an abundance of rumours doing the rounds. Plenty of clubs are expected to bolster their options for the second part of the campaign, especially given the hectic festive schedule. 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 chasing Meri Demiral
Arsenal is among a number of clubs chasing Juventus defender Merih Demiral. According to Fotomac (via Sport Witness ), Arsenal, AC Milan, Atletico Madrid and Schalke are all trying to sign the 21-year-old, with the most serious interest coming from Mikel Arteta’s side.
Villa eye Sturridge
Aston Villa is set to battle Marseille for ex-Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge, according to MailOnline.
Sturridge left the Reds in the summer and joined Turkish club Trabzonspor, where he has scored four goals in six starts so far this season. The £22million summer signing Wesley Moraes was taken off with a suspected twisted ankle in yesterday’s win over Burnley meaning manager Dean Smith is short of options at the top end of the pitch.
Inter join race for Eriksen
Inter Milan are the latest club to express an interest in signing Christian Eriksen – with the Tottenham playmaker now free to negotiate a deal with clubs overseas.
The 27-year-old is expected to leave Spurs when his contract expires in the summer, with Manchester United continually linked with the Dane.
But in the last few days, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus have also emerged as options for Eriksen, while the Daily Mail is now reporting that Inter is hoping to capture the midfielder either now or in the summer.
Wolves set to sign new forward
Wolves are in talks to sign striker Leonardo Campana from Ecuadorian side Barcelona SC.
The 19-year old starred at last year’s South America U20 Championship where he top-scored with six goals and is likely to initially join Wolves’ U23 side if the signing goes through.
According to Sky Sports News, Campana will not need a work permit as he holds a Spanish passport.
Everton see Branthwaite bid rejected
Everton has had a £500,000 bid for 17-year-old Carlisle United defender Jarrad Branthwaite rejected.
According to MailOnline, the offer was understood to have substantial add-ons.
However, the League Two side knows they can push for a bigger fee Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea all thought to be interested.
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