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: Manchester United want Choupo-Moting to replace Ronaldo

Manchester United want to sign Bayern striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting replace Cristiano Ronaldo in January, according to Sky Germany Florian Plettenberg.

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As difficult as it is to imagine that this proposal was written sometime in the past, the Red Devils are seriously considering the Cameroonian footballer and have even made inquiries.

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The 33-year-old former Stoke City striker is in top form for Bayern this season, scoring 10 goals and providing three assists in 14 appearances across all competitions. He has also scored nine goals in his last seven matches.

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Meanwhile, Ronaldo’s struggles at Old Trafford are well-documented, with the Portugal star scoring three goals and two assists in 16 appearances across all competitions, with only one of those goals coming in the Premier League.

Manchester United bosses are apparently expecting Choupo-Moting to leave Bayern in the January window, with his contract expiring in the summer of 2023. place after the World Cup.

The striker is looking to repeat his club form and turn the tide for his country in Qatar, where he will face Switzerland, Serbia and then Brazil in the group stage.

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15:17 GMT: Rennes forward Martin Terrier is on Chelsea’s radar, according to Young football players in France.

Terrier, 25, scored 21 goals last season and already has 11 goals and four assists in 19 games this campaign.

Chelsea boss Graham Potter is reportedly interested in Terrier as well as Brighton. Leandro Trossarbut Rennes is not ready to let him go for less than 50 million euros as he has a contract until 2026.

14:46 GMT: Tottenham Hotspur looking for new goalkeeper this summer TEAMtalk.

Hugo Lloris currently No. 1 but is 35 years old and in his 11th season with the club. Captain to be moved ahead of next season, with Everton Jordan PickfordBrighton Robert Sanchez and Leeds United Evening Mellier as options for replacing it.

14:06 GMT: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola confirmed that the club would not sign new contracts in January.

Guardiola told a press conference: “We are not going to sign anyone in January. We have a squad.”

13:55 GMT: Barcelona want to sign Athletic defender Inigo Martinezbut their plan B belongs to Man City. Aymeric LaporteHe speaks Sport.

Martinez, 31, is available for free this summer, but Gerard Piqué’s departure from the Camp Nou has increased Barca’s need for more defense.

Barça won’t be paying a large sum for Martinez’s transfer in January, and it’s ironic that the report sees the 28-year-old Laporte as a reserve option given his quality and potential fee.

13:06 GMT: Winger FC Midtjylland Gustav Isaksen is on Liverpool’s radar, says Additional magazine.

Isaksen, 21, has seven goals and three assists in all competitions this season. On his account, clubs such as Arsenal, Newcastle United and West Ham United, as well as Ajax, Atalanta, Benfica and Bayer Leverkusen. his.

The Denmark under-21s will be worth over 20 million euros (a Super League record) to any interested clubs in January.

12:30 GMT: Liverpool may soon have new owners.

11:42 GMT: Winger “Sporting” Issahak Fatawa According to him, there are many Premier League clubs on his way. The game.

Fatavu, 18, has only played six times this season and hasn’t scored a goal, and his contract expires in 2026. But the report claims that Everton, Liverpool and Manchester United are monitoring his progress ahead of the Ghana international’s possible move in January.

10:35 GMT: Gareth Southgate told Sportzshala he believes Christian Pulisic has struggled to adapt in the Premier League but is still wary of the threat he poses when England face the United States at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on 25 November.

Pulisic has experienced mixed fortunes at Chelsea since signing from Borussia Dortmund for £58m in 2019, scoring 26 goals in 131 games.

The 24-year-old won the Champions League in 2021 under then head coach Thomas Tuchel, but more than half of his Chelsea appearances have come off the bench due to persistent injury problems.

In an exclusive interview with Sportzshala, Southgate said: “I was clearly watching him. [Pulisic] A little bit in Dortmund, since we had Jadon Sancho at the time and then moved to Chelsea, I think adapting from the Bundesliga to the Premier League is not easy to start with.

“The level of the biggest games is the same whether you play Bayern Munich or [Red Bull] Leipzig, but when you go down the league there is a big difference between buying power in the bottom half of the Premier League where they can basically take players from some of the biggest clubs in Europe and in the bottom half of most other leagues. in Europe, where there is no such depth.

“So I think it requires some adaptation, not only to the physical nature of our league, but also to the intensity of each match.

“Of course he had two or three coaches to deal with, so I think there were moments where he looked like he was on the right track, he flows and he has a coach who believes in him, and then he had to deal with setbacks due to injuries.

“He would probably feel like he hasn’t achieved what he wanted to achieve yet, I suppose, but he is a very good player and a player when you look at the opponent’s sheet, he is someone you need to know and be ready for.”

10:04 GMT: Forward Atlético Madrid Yannick Carrasco could leave in January as the Spanish club look to close a hole in their finances, says Sports world.

Carrasco, 29, has been the focus of Newcastle’s recent transfer windows and Atlético’s failure to qualify for the Champions League play-offs has hit them with a reported 30 million euros, leaving them with a total of 70 million euros after a tough summer. .

A few months ago, the Belgian international was close to moving to Newcastle and Eddie Howe’s team could have returned to try to sign him again.

09:24 GMT: ICYMI – Liverpool owner Boston-based Fenway Sports Group (FSG) is poised to sell its majority stake in the club, sources told Sportzshala, 12 years after buying the six-time Champions League winners for just £300m.

As The Athletic first reported, FSG has brought in investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to help find a potential buyer. Sources familiar with the situation told Sportzshala that an information memorandum was sent to potential investors last month detailing a possible sale.

The sources also added that while the FSG is seeking offers and is ready to sell its entire stake in the club, the Liverpool owner is also open to considering outside investment offers.

Liverpool’s valuation could top £4bn due to the club’s trophy history, global fan base and commercial value, according to sources.

08:48 GMT: midfielder of Everton James Garner spoke about his decision to leave Manchester United this summer after talks with manager Erik ten Hag.

Garner, 21, was trained at United’s academy and made his debut for the first team at 17. However, he never made a streak for the club, instead gaining experience on loan at Watford and Nottingham Forest, whom he helped secure promotion to the Premier League last season.

Speaking with TimeGarner said he met Ten Hag over the summer and the couple decided a permanent move to Old Trafford was the best solution.

“I just think it all made sense,” he said. “I had two good seasons on loan and I returned to United in the summer.

“I know for myself that I would not play if I stayed. I knew now, at 21, was the right time to move on and try to claim my rights somewhere else and hopefully find the home I now have in Everton.

“Where I am right now in my career, I didn’t just want to be an extra body or I didn’t want to just be a bench in training. Last season I was one of the main players in the Forest team and that’s what I want to be.

“I don’t want to be just another player who plays in training for the numbers. I want to be a core part of the team, whether as a starter or off the bench.”

08:00 GMT: Inter hope to speak with agent Milan Skrinjar This week, Giuseppe Marotta, the club’s chief executive, announced the extension of the contract with the defender.

Skrinjar, 27, is out of contract at the end of the season, but Inter are hoping to convince the Slovakian international to commit his future to the club that helped win the eSeri eA title in 2020-21.

Marotta said transfer market: “Maybe this is the right week? Of course, we would like to come to a conclusion.

I don’t know the time, but I think we’ll probably have a meeting with his agent this week. Skriniar is supposed to be very attached to the shirt and I hope that this attachment can lead to the definition of a relationship that is positive for everyone.”

PAPER Gossip (Danny Lewis)

– Chelsea and Arsenal are hoping to sign the Porto winger. Pepewho also played at right-back this season, according to And she was. However, either club will have to pay the Brazilian a €75m release clause if they are to successfully recruit him.

Borna Sosa will leave Stuttgart during the January transfer window, reports Florian Plettenberg, who adds that the Bundesliga team should get rid of him due to their financial situation. The club expects to earn between 15 and 25 million euros for the Croatian left-back, depending on how he performs in the World Cup.

– Against the backdrop of interest from Barcelona, sports picture says Borussia Dortmund is a young shooter