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: Juventus contacted over Pulisic transfer

After months of requests, transfer market reports Juventus have made initial contact over the transfer of Chelsea and striker USA Christian Pulisic.

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Juventus have been eyeing the 24-year-old for a while, but their interest has increased in recent months. The report says Juventus are interested in Pulisic’s versatility as he has played multiple positions – from winger to fake number 9 – at Chelsea.

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With that in mind, the Italian club contacted Pulisic’s agent for the first time to assess whether the American would be interested in a new challenge.

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Pulisic has only made one hour-long start in Chelsea’s eight appearances this season, and has played no more than 26 minutes in each of his substitution appearances. Despite the lack of playing time, the Blues have no intention of letting go of the former Borussia Dortmund star for a small transfer fee. Chelsea may demand 35 million euros for the transfer of Pulisic, which Juventus have drawn attention to.

Pulisic missed last week’s 2-0 win against Japan due to a light kick, but is expected to start his last World Cup warm-up match against Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.

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21.08 Moscow time: Newcastle United will return to try to sign James Maddison in January if Leicester City lowers its demands, reports time. The Foxes attacking midfielder’s contract ends in 2024, which the Magpies could take advantage of after offers including £40m and £45m transfer fees were turned down over the summer.

20:35 Moscow time: Paris Saint-Germain is working on an extension Prenel Kimpembeagreement, according to Le10 Sport, which adds that this could be agreed upon in the coming weeks or months. In addition to Chelsea, Manchester United and Juventus have shown interest in the centre-back over the summer, but the French international is ready to stay at PSG as he seeks a return from injury.

20.02 Moscow time: Chelsea centre-back Trevo Chalobah as well as Chaglar Soyuncu Leicester City are among the players Inter are considering if Milan Skriniar leaves in January. Gazetta dello Sport. Inter have so far held back Paris Saint-Germain’s interest in the Slovakian international, but they may be forced to let the 27-year-old go free this winter to avoid losing him for free when his contract expires at the end of the season.

19:29 Moscow time: Stade Brestois 29 is in preliminary talks with Yousef Belaly about the termination of the winger’s contract, reports pedestrian market. The Algerian has two assists in six Ligue 1 matches this season but has not appeared in the last two as he is set to leave, only joining the team in January this year.

18:56 Moscow time: Sport announces that Valencia will sign the goalkeeper Iago Erreri as a replacement for the injured Jaume Domenech, who is expected to miss at least six months with an ACL tear. Herrerin last played for Al Raed in Saudi Arabia, but has been a free agent since July, allowing Valencia to make a move outside the transfer window.

18:23 Moscow time: Chelsea striker Armando Broja is a player of interest to AC Milan as they look to step up their attack next summer. transfer market. The Blues would be willing to let the 21-year-old Albanian international leave the club if they were given a €30m transfer fee and Milan believe Broja has the technical and physical qualities to thrive at the San Siro.

17:50 Moscow time: Newcastle United are close to finalizing a deal to sign the Central Coast Mariners striker. Garang Kuolaccording to Keith Downey of Sky Sports News, who adds that Borussia Dortmund have also shown interest in the 18-year-old. The Magpies are working to resolve any work permit issues, including a loan to a European club.

17:17 Moscow time: Former Nigerian international Mikel John Obi announced his retirement from professional football his instagram page. The 35-year-old spent more than a decade at Chelsea before leaving Stamford Bridge in 2017 and most recently played for Kuwait.

16:44 Moscow time: Fabrizio Romano reports that while Newcastle United have been keeping an eye on midfielder Vasco da Gama for a long time Andrew Santos, the Tyneside club has not yet reached an agreement with the team from Rio de Janeiro. The 18-year-old Brazilian youth international is also attracting the attention of “many clubs”, leaving the Magpies with plenty of competition for his signature.

16.11 Moscow time: Roma forward Tammy Abraham Moved to the Italian club from Chelsea for just €40m in 2021 but could soon return to the Premier League.

Corriere dello Sport claims the England striker, who has scored 29 goals in 61 games for Roma, is keen to return to England and that Manchester United are interested.

Chelsea have a clause to re-sign Abraham for €80m in 2023, but it is unlikely to go ahead and United could take advantage of it.

15:15 Moscow time: transfer market claims Leeds United want to sign Chelsea striker Christian Pulisic.

As above, Pulisic could be allowed to leave the club this summer and Leeds American manager Jesse Marsh is keen to build a relationship with the 24-year-old USMNT star.

Marsh said earlier this year: “Christian is a big, big talent, the best in our country. Expectations are high for him, and he lived up to many of those expectations. But with his talent, people demand more. Every time I trained against him, he scored. I don’t have any negative criticisms. I would like to work with him, whether in the national team in the distant future. He created a lot of new things for American players.”

14:30 Moscow time: Cristiano Ronaldo says he’s not going anywhere – at least not yet – but here Rob Dawson is looking over a list of options for his future.

The 37-year-old Manchester United striker will play for Portugal in Qatar at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November, but he has also set his sights on the next European Championship, due to take place in Germany in the summer of 2022. 2024.

He was keen to leave Manchester United in the summer out of a desire to stay at the very top for as long as possible and find regular Champions League football elsewhere. The move fell through and he remains at Old Trafford for now, but there are questions about his next move and what his future in football looks like.

Option 1: He will leave Manchester United in January.
Option 2: He will leave Manchester United next summer
Option 3: He is renewing his contract at Old Trafford.

13:57 Moscow time: Forbes claims Manchester United still want to sign PSV winger Cody Gakpo.

23-year-old Gakpo has been on United’s radar with Ajax. Anthony. In the end, United decided to spend €95m on signing Anthony, but could return to Gakpo in the coming months.

13:40 Moscow time: Everton confirm midfielder Allan It has joined Abu Dhabi Al Wahda Club.

13:00 Moscow time: Luis Figo still got it at 49.

11:50 am BST: Enzo Fernandez will not leave Benfica in the January transfer window amid interest from several clubs. The game.

The Argentina international, who joined Benfica this summer from Boca Juniors for the first €10m, has scored three goals in 13 appearances for the club.

Fernandez’s performances drew the attention of several European clubs, including Liverpool, who were talking about a €60 million offer. However, Benfica want the 21-year-old to stay at least until the end of the season and the player is happy to do so.

10:41 Moscow time: Midfielder Juventus Leandro Paredes says he made the right decision to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer in search of playing time.

The Argentina international has left PSG to join Juventus on loan this summer, with the Italian club being given the opportunity to sign him permanently.

“It was a difficult decision to change clubs before the World Cup, but I made the right decision,” he said. “I needed minutes to get to the World Cup in the best possible way. Both things were important: to have minutes and to get into a big team like Juventus that I dreamed of. [Argentina teammate Lionel] Messi at PSG was one of the things I balance, being close to Leo to enjoy him. But I decided to look for minutes.

Paredes, 28, also spoke about his desire to return to Boca Juniors someday.

“I just changed clubs and I have a long-term contract,” he added. “You don’t know what might happen in the future. When I left the club, I said that my biggest wish and wish would be to retire at Boca.

10.11 Moscow time: Barcelona targeting Real Sociedad Martin Subimendi as a possible replacement Sergio Busquetsaccording to AS.

Busquets’ contract with Barça expires next summer and the 34-year-old midfielder’s future at the Camp Nou is unclear. The Catalan giants have reportedly begun looking for his successor and Zubimendi is said to be at the top of the list.

Subimendi trained at Real Sociedad’s academy and has made 106 appearances since his senior debut in 2019. Ruben Neves and Chelsea Jorginho two other candidates are reportedly identified by Barça to take Busquets’ place if he leaves.

Busquets is one of the last links in Barcelona’s golden age under Pep Guardiola. The midfielder has won eight La Liga titles, three Champions League trophies and seven Copa del Rey since making his debut for the club in 2008. He made 685 appearances for Barça and also won the World Cup and the European Championship with Spain.

09:35 Moscow time: Brazilian prodigy agent Endrik hit back at the Spanish press after some media speculated that Real Madrid and Barcelona were poised to battle over the signing of the Palmeiras star.

16-year-old Endrik has a high rating despite being so young and cannot leave Brazil until he is 18 – as happened with Vinicius Jr’s €45 million.