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Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea and Man Utd midfielder exits latest, Newcastle splurge, Villa chase Digne

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Monday 10 January 2022 16:07
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<p>Lucas Digne has signalled his intentions to leave Everton </p>

Lucas Digne has signalled his intentions to leave Everton

The transfer window is in full swing and you can follow all the latest news, rumours and done deals right here throughout the day. Chelsea and Manchester United both feature in this morning’s papers, with Blues midfielder Ross Barkley weighing up whether to depart Stamford Bridge on loan this January in order to find some more playing time. Barkley has featured only 12 times this season and was only a second-half substitute in Saturday’s FA Cup win over Chesterfield. “It depends what Ross wants and what possibilities there are and what makes sense,” said Tuchel. “We’ll see.”

Meanwhile Manchester United have not received any offers for Paul Pogba ahead of his contract ending this summer, according to the Mail, while Bruno Fernandes has rubbished reports he is heading to Barcelona. Aston Villa are closing in on the transfer of Lucas Digne from Everton after the Frenchman’s falling out with Rafael Benitez, while Newcastle have been linked to just about anyone and everyone: Monaco’s Benoit Badiashile, PSV’s Ibrahim Sangare, Leipzig’s Noah Okafor and Burnley’s Chris Wood are just some of the names linked with Eddie Howe’s rebuild.

Follow all the latest transfer news, rumours and done deals below.

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Mourinho to continue Roma reboot

Fabrizio Romano believes that Portuguese midfielder Sergio Oliveira is on his way to join Jose Mourinho in Rome.

Following the loan signing of Arsenal’s versatile Englishman, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Roma are looking to reinforce their squad with another midfielder on loan and Oliviera looks set to be the chosen one.

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 14:58
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Mbappe could be staying put...

Le Parisien have reported that Kylian Mbappe might be staying at PSG this summer after all.

The supremely talented forward is yet to agree on a new deal with the French giants, and it has been heavily speculated that Mbappe will be moving to Real Madrid on a free transfer this summer.

However, Le Parisien believe that there is still a chance the 23-year-old will sign a new deal and continue to ply his trade in Ligue Une alongside teammates Lionel Messi and Neymar.

Will we continue to see this deadly trio for years to come? (Julien Poupart/PA)

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 14:47
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Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal return?

Aaron Ramsey could be moving back to North London this winter with Arsenal interested in the Welshman, according to the Sun on Sunday.

Arsenal currently have a severe lack of depth in midfield with Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny on international duty at the African Cup of Nations.

The 31-year-old has been made available for sale by his current club Juventus and would ease the burden on the likes of Albert Sambi Lokonga and Charlie Patino.

The young pair may have to play a more important role than they would have planned for, if Arsenal don’t recruit in midfield this window, and Ramsey’s experience could prove vital.

Will Aaron Ramsey be waving goodbye to the Old Lady this winter?

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 14:28
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Sanches on the move?

Portuguese international Renato Sanches looks like he could be on the move this winter, according to El Nacional.

The former Bayern Munich man, who once had an interesting loan spell at Swansea City, has had a successful time in France for his current club Lille.

He was part of the Lille side that bettered PSG last season to win the league, but the French club are set to capitalise on his good spell and cash in on the 24-year-old.

Could Renato Sanches return to the Premier League this window?

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 14:05
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Newcastle looking to fill Callum Wilson shaped hole

Per Sky Sports, Newcastle are looking to sign a striker before their relegation clash with Watford this weekend.

There are a variety of strikers the Magpies are said to be after including: Dom Solanke, Patrik Schick, Chris Wood, Divock Origi and Sardar Azmoun.

Eddie Howe will be hoping for an instant impact from a new striker with Newcastle having struggled for goals so far this season.

Callum Wilson is out injured (Owen Humphreys/PA)

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 13:31
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Cavani to stay at Old Trafford

It looks like Edinson Cavani will be staying at Manchester United for the rest of the season.

Courtesy of Simon Stone, @sistoney67 on Twitter, when speaking to the BBC, Rangnick said:

“He told me he will definitely stay. Not only because I told him that he should stay or has to stay, he did it on his own behalf and told me that I can rely on him to stay until the end of the season.”

Edinson Cavani has told Ralf Rangnick he wants to stay at United (Martin Rickett/PA)

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 13:10
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Exodus on the cards under Conte?

Antonio Conte has only been in charge of Spurs for a short period of time, but the Italian is already looking to reshape the squad.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Dutch winger Steven Bergwijn is among those who will be leaving the North London club this window, with Ajax being touted as a potential suitor. Could we see the 24-year-old head back to the Netherlands?

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 12:57
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Newcastle to sign talented French defender?

Newcastle have been linked to yet another player this window. This time it is the turn of French defender Benoit Badiashile to be linked with a move to the North-East, this is according to the Daily Mail.

It is said the 20-year-old will cost around £35m and Newcastle fans will be hoping, if a move materialises, that he can improve their shaky back line.

Badiashile in action against Neymar, will he be up against the likes of Salah come the end of the season?

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 12:36
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Ferran Torres finally registered

Barcelona have finally been able to register new signing Ferran Torres in their La Liga squad. Samuel Umtiti has signed a contract extension with a reduced salary, which has allowed the former Man City forward to be registered whilst complying with the league’s salary cap.

Thomas Schlachter10 January 2022 12:04
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Amad heading for loan move

It sounds like talented teenager Amad Diallo could be heading to the Championship on loan this month...

Lawrence Ostlere10 January 2022 11:37

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