May 28, 2023


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Transfer News: Latest Football Transfer News from around the World

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  • Liverpool have reportedly offered Bayern Munich star David Alaba a £9m-a-year contract to beat Real Madrid to his transfer.
  • Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward reportedly earned over £3m last season making him the highest-earning director in the Premier League, according to recent figures.
  • Tottenham are hoping to tie down Heung-Min Son to a new long-term contract to fend off any potential suitors ahead of the summer transfer window.
daily mail
  • Tottenham are confident Heung-Min Son will sign a new bumper £200,000-per-week deal once contract talks resume, according to reports.
  • The FA are braced for rebate demands from broadcasters that could cost them millions if FA Cup third-round ties are called off due to positive Covid tests.
  • Manchester United and Liverpool target Patson Daka wants to emulate fellow African stars Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane by becoming a hit in the Premier League.
  • Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater was in talks on Wednesday night over a move to Kasimpasa in Turkey.
  • Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is said to be keen on signing Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Yves Bissouma in the January window.
  • Footballers risk missing out on lucrative sponsorship deals amid apprehension from brands to associate with players following a string of damaging Covid breaches.
  • Aston Villa plan to dismiss any approaches for Jack Grealish during the January transfer window despite renewed interest from leading clubs.
  • Everton are reluctant to agree the sale of Moise Kean to Paris Saint-Germain this window but may allow Bernard to join Roma.
  • The draws for both the FA Cup fourth and fifth rounds will take place on Monday, to aid fixture scheduling.
  • Arsenal are set to confirm the £900,000 signing of Hertha Berlin defender Omar Rekik this week.
  • Wolves are pondering a shock recall for forgotten striker Patrick Cutrone as they struggle to find a short-term replacement for Raul Jimenez.
  • Rugby league could continue without scrums next season despite concerns that their removal may increase the risk of players suffering from concussion.
the sun
  • Manchester City left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko has reportedly attracted interest from four Premier League clubs including West Ham.
  • Arsenal fear they will be stuck with Mesut Ozil until the very last day of his contract despite him being linked with a January move.
  • Fikayo Tomori’s hopes of a loan move away from Chelsea look to have been scuppered by a knee injury suffered by Andreas Christensen.
  • Arsenal target Marcel Sabitzer could be available for ‘£30m or less’ in the summer, according to reports.
  • Arsenal have snapped up Hertha Berlin midfielder Omar Rekik in their first bit of January transfer window business.
  • Lucas Piazon is finally set to leave Chelsea, eight years after his last appearance for the Blues.
daily star
  • Liverpool outcast Marko Grujic admits he was left confused by Jurgen Klopp’s refusal to give him gametime at Anfield.
scottish sun
  • Odsonne Edouard has signalled his intent to leave Celtic at the first opportunity by dramatically changing agents.
  • Millwall have made a move for Motherwell’s Scotland U21 international Allan Campbell.
daily record
  • Celtic and Rangers have been warned they must take the ‘gamble’ on Airdrie wonderkid Thomas Robert before English clubs price them out of a deal.
daily telegraph
  • Paris St-Germain have put together a new move to try to sign Dele Alli on loan from Tottenham Hotspur with Mauricio Pochettino keen to reunite with the attacking midfielder.
  • Players have been urged by the Professional Footballers’ Association to follow Covid-19 rules and “set the right example for millions of fans” amid the rising number of coronavirus cases.
  • Players are to be banned from celebrating tries in the Premiership as part of a new crackdown on Covid-19 protocols after the match between Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers became the fifth game of the season to be called off because of a surge of positive cases.
the guardian
  • The Football Association will not take action against three Arsenal Women players who, without the club’s blessing, flew to Dubai over the Christmas period while London was under tier 4 lockdown rules.
the times
  • Pep Guardiola’s former Spain team-mates have left him out of a WhatsApp group because of his role in Catalonia’s push for independence.
  • The number of penalties awarded for handball since the start of last month has returned to pre-VAR levels in the Premier League as a result of referees being permitted to use their discretion.
  • The tennis grounds at Wimbledon could become a vaccination centre in the coming months after the All England Club offered the use of its facilities to the National Health Service.

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