Wilshere ignoring foreign interest
Jack Wilshere is not interested in a move abroad, reports the Daily Mail.
Despite not having a new contract with Arsenal just yet, the midfielder doesn't want to leave Arsenal and is prepared to turn his back on a number of potential moves.
The Gunners are said to be on the verge of offering him a heavily incentivised deal — with the promise of another new contract in the future if he can find his best form — to stay in London.
Chelsea in talks for £15m Barkley move
Chelsea are close to landing Everton midfielder Ross Barkley, Goal understands.
The Blues are confident they can secure a £15 million move for the Everton midfielder during the winter transfer window.
Barkley chose to remain in Merseyside to continue his recovery from a serious hamstring injury, despite advanced talks on transfer deadline day in August.
PSV denies De Jong to America reports
PSV forward Luuk de Jong has been rumoured to be on the verge of a move to Liga MX to join up with Club America, but his current side says no deal is done yet.
PSV sporting director Marcel Brands says the interest is real, but that the talks are not as far along as some would have you believe.
PSG join chase for Fulham's Sessegnon
PSG have joined in the chase for Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon, according to the Mirror.
The 17-year-old is rated as one of the top prospects in England, and with a number of Premier League clubs already in pursuit, his price is thought to be more than £30m already.
Tottenham reportedly tried to bring the youngster in last summer, but he opted to stay at Craven Cottage.
Sunderland set to seal Woodburn loan
Sunderland are set to seal a loan deal for Liverpool teenager Ben Woodburn, according to the Daily Mail.
Black Cats boss Chris Coleman is ready for a youth movement, claiming he would rather have young players than those who have lost their heart for the game.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has agreed to let the young striker leave on loan, and it is thought that he will link up with Coleman and Sunderland as they fight the drop in the Championship.
Galatasaray make contact with Evra
Turkish side Galatasaray have made contact with Patrice Evra over a potential move, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Despite his suspension from European matches, the former Manchester United defender would be clear to play in league matches.
Chelsea chasing Carroll
Chelsea are chasing Andy Carroll as cover for Alvaro Morata, reports the Daily Mail.
With the club's other winter targets at forward proving difficult to buy, the Blues have turned to the West Ham striker as a potential signing to add depth to their forward line.
Newcastle want Jonathan Viera
Newcastle want Spanish midfielder Jonathan Viera, The Telegraphreports.
The 28-year-old is currently at Las Palmas, and with the club bottom of La Liga the midfielder is thought to be available for around €20 million.
While Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez is desperate to add depth to his midfield, Burnley have also shown an interest in the Spaniard.
Barca want Mina this winter
Barcelona want to sign Colombia centre-back Yerry Mina in January, according to Palmeiras sporting director Alexandre Mattos.
Mina, 23, has been linked to the La Liga giants, who have an option to buy the defender until after the World Cup.
Inter rule out Mkhitaryan move
Luciano Spalletti insists he will not look to remedy Inter's current slump in form with big-money January signings such as out-of-favour Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
"To keep saying we need to have a big transfer campaign, after the club has made it clear there are certain parameters to be respected, seems to me the best way to get hurt," he told a news conference.
"You can say names — Mkhitaryan, Pastore, Verdi. But they'd cost €30 million and we don't have that."
Arsenal to move for young Spanish star
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has set his sights on a move for Dinamo Zagreb's Spanish attacker Dani Olmo, according to 24 sata.
Olmo, 19, has represented Spanish youth national teams, but recently gained Croatian citizenship. Spain will reportedly call him up to their U-21 side in the near future to avoid the teenager pledging his international future to Croatia.
Wenger will face competition for Olmo, with three other English sides reportedly interested.
Coutinho close to record Barcelona deal
Philippe Coutinho is close to completing a club record €150 million move to Barcelona from Liverpool, Goal understands.
The Brazilian is set to become the third most expensive player in history, surpassed only by Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, who signed for Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona and Monaco respectively.
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