The summer transfer window is closed for Europe’s top leagues. However, with an eye on January, there is a lot of gossip about who is moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest news about rumors, comings, goings and of course deals!

MAIN STORY: Ronaldo could return to Real Madrid without Benzema

As the rain continues Cristiano Ronaldointerviewed about his second stint at Manchester United, Real Madrid have emerged as favorites to help the striker ease his exit from Old Trafford. according to Sport.

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Ronaldo’s criticism of Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag and the club in general opened up the potential for a move in January as the situation between the club and the player is seemingly irreconcilable.

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Ronaldo’s problem is that few clubs can afford his salary. United, in an attempt to cut ties with the striker, are in talks with the player’s agent Jorge Mendez to try to find a settlement that ensures he leaves without United paying most of his remaining salary.

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This is where Real Madrid can help. Striker Karim Benzema was injured while training in Qatar ahead of the World Cup. White looking for someone who will increase the attack in the second half of the season.

Benzema is not expected to be out for the long term, but he has been dealing with lingering injury problems since early October even before he was expelled from the World Cup. So a short stay in Madrid seems to suit both sides, as the 37-year-old is still respected at the Bernabéu.

However, Marca insiders doubt that Madrid will make an offer for the Portuguese star and instead believe that Chelsea, Atlético Madrid and Napoli are more likely destinations.

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21:59 GMT: Atlético Madrid have not yet received any offers for the wanted striker. Joao Felixreports AS. The 23-year-old Portugal international has already said he wants to leave due to frustration with Diego Simeone and his role in the team, but is now focused on the World Cup and between any interested club and Atlético with a loan is seen as an opportunity.

21:26 GMT: Roma eyeing Sampdoria right-back Bartosz Berezinskyaccording to transfer market. Transfer talks have not yet begun but could take place after the 30-year-old’s World Cup campaign with Poland.

20:53 GMT: Inter want to extend contract with playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu contract until 2026 Ekrem Konir. The contract with the 28-year-old Turkish international expires in 2024.

20:20 GMT: Newcastle United interested in Watford striker Joao Pedro Ahead of the January transfer window, according to Football insider. The Magpies have been eyeing the 21-year-old Brazilian since seeing a rejected offer in the summer that included a £30million transfer fee and are still keen to finalize the deal.

19:47 GMT: Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs hoping to sign the Atalanta attacking midfielder. Ruslan Malinovsky in January reports transfer market. The 29-year-old Ukraine international has made 14 Serie A appearances this season, although only five have been played since the start and he has directly contributed to three goals.

19:14 GMT: Nice are looking to strengthen their left-back position and have achieved Fabiano Parisi Empoli is a priority, according to pedestrian market. Ligue 1 sides are also looking to bring in players who can improve their side in the long run by focusing on the Lorient midfield duo. Julien Ponceau as well as Enzo Plata. The latter is expected to have a lot of Bundesliga competition, with Bayer Leverkusen among those eyeing the 22-year-old France international.

18:41 GMT: Roma are interested in signing striker Bodo/Glimt Ola Solbakken about free translation, reports Fabricius Roman, which adds that the deal will be completed after a verbal agreement was reached a few months ago. The 24-year-old Norwegian international will soon arrive in Rome to undergo a medical examination and sign a contract.

18:41 GMT: Roma are interested in signing striker Bodo/Glimt Ola Solbakken about free translation, reports Fabricius Roman, which adds that the deal will be completed after a verbal agreement was reached a few months ago. The 24-year-old Norwegian international will soon arrive in Rome to undergo a medical examination and sign a contract.

18:08 GMT: FROM Andrey LunevWith the contract expiring in the summer, Bayer Leverkusen are looking for a replacement goalkeeper who can compete with Lukasz Hradecki, reports kicker. Among other things, Bundesliga equipment considers Philip Cohn FC Salzburg and the Polish club Rakov Vladan Kovacevic.

17:35 GMT: Real Sociedad interested in signing striker Alexander Sorlotthe loan is transferred from RB Leipzig on a permanent basis, according to Ekrem Konir. The 26-year-old Norway international has scored eight goals and provided two more assists in 16 games for the Spanish team this season.

17:02 GMT: Liverpool ready to let go of midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leave as a free agent in the summer, Daily Mirror reports.

Oxlade-Chamberlain signed for Arsenal for £40m in 2017 and initially had a big impact on Jurgen Klopp before his first season ended early with a knee injury that saw him miss the Champions League and World Cup 2018. Since then, England’s career at Anfield has been marked by injuries.

Due to the five-year contract he signed when he joined Liverpool in its final year, the Mirror reports that no new deal is being negotiated. The 29-year-old will be able to sign a preliminary contract with a foreign club from January 1 if the situation does not change.

Liverpool have long been linked with the Borussia Dortmund midfielder. Jude Bellinghamwho played a major role in England’s 6-2 win over Iran at the World Cup on Monday.

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16:09 GMT: Barcelona open for transfers Hector Bellerin to Roma in the winter transfer window. Daily sports.

The Spanish right-back joined Barça as a free agent in September on a one-year contract. Bellerin has made just five appearances since joining Barcelona and will not be offered a contract extension. He has made five appearances in all competitions since joining Barça this season.

Roma expressed interest in a paid contract with Bellerin in January, a move Barça would have welcomed.

Bellerin prefers to return to Real Betis next summer. The 27-year-old successfully loaned Betis from Arsenal last season and is keen to return to the Seville club.

15:16 GMT: Cristiano Ronaldo defended the timing of his high-profile interview with Piers Morgan and told reporters to stop asking their Portugal teammates about him.

Speaking publicly for the first time since the interview, Ronaldo said he does not regret the time, despite the fallout over Portugal’s preparations for the World Cup in Qatar.

Sources have told Sportzshala that Manchester United are seeking to terminate the 37-year-old’s contract following his criticism of the club and manager Erik ten Hag.

“Time is always on time,” Ronaldo said at a press conference at the Al Shahaniya Sports Club. “It’s easy of you to understand how we can choose the time. Sometimes you write the truth, sometimes you write lies. I don’t have to worry about what others think. I speak when I want. Everyone knows who I am, what I am I believe.”

14:23 GMT: West Ham are again interested in the Sevilla forward. Youssef En-Nesiriaccording to Stadium.

The Premier League club had previously shown interest in En Nesiri in January 2021, making a €40 million offer for the striker, which was rejected by Sevilla.

En-Nesiri, 25, struggled to show the form in which he scored 24 goals in all competitions for Sevilla last season. This season he has scored two goals but failed to score in 10 league matches.

West Ham are closely following the Moroccan national team during the World Cup in Qatar. En-Nesiri joined Sevilla from Leganes in January 2020 and has a contract with the Andalusian club until June 2025.

13:31 GMT: Rick KarsdorpThe Dutchman’s future at Roma has become more uncertain as the Dutch defender does not show up for training.

Roma resumed training on Sunday, while Karsdorp, accused of “betrayal” by Roma manager José Mourinho after a poor draw against Sassuolo earlier this month, did not show up.

Karsdorp, 27, was ruled out for Roma’s next game against Torino as punishment for his negative attitude.

Roma will travel to Japan on Tuesday as part of the 2022 Euro-Japan Cup. It is not yet known if Karsdorp, who has a contract with Roma until June 2025, is part of the traveling group.

12:44 GMT: Gareth Southgate said Mauricio Pochettino as well as Thomas Tuchel are eyeing a job in England because he “made the impossible possible”.

Former Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain boss Pochettino said last week he was ‘open’ to the idea of ​​taking charge of England should the role become available, while Tuchel privately spoke of his interest after leaving from Chelsea.

Southgate’s contract runs until 2024, but there are rumors that he could end his six-year tenure after the Qatar tournament, especially if England loses.

Taking charge, England were mired in frustration and controversy: Roy Hodgson was sacked after a humiliating trip to Iceland from the round of 16 at Euro 2016, and his successor Sam Allardyce was sacked over off-field controversy related to allegations of advising third parties on circumvention of transfer rules.

Southgate has since led England to the 2018 World Cup semi-finals and the postponed Euro 2020 final last summer, losing to Italy on penalties as the 52-year-old has made huge progress in what has been described as “an impossible job”. “

Southgate said: “Maybe we made the impossible just possible. Yeah, look, maybe we’ve made it possible, and it’s interesting for other people, and I can…