Shocking transfers likely to hit Europe January

Florian Wirtz is leaning towards joining Bayern Munich over moving abroad when he makes a switch from Leverkusen.

Bayern have the 20-year old on top of their transfer list for 2024 or 2025. Musiala’s future could change the situation and Leverkusen would want around €120-130m.

Antonio Conte will be the head coach of Juventus in 2024-2025. There is already an agreement in place.

20-year old Benfica defender António Silva is Manchester United’s absolute top centre-back target for the 2024 summer transfer window.

Manchester United are eyeing a potential move for Timo Werner in January.

No formal offers or negotiations at this stage, but enquiries have been made about the RB Leipzig striker.

Bayern Munich are very interested in Ronald Araujo!

The Uruguayan defender has not shunned the interest from the German club, who have been on his track for two years.

It is very unlikely Bayern will sign the defender and Barça want to extend him.

Barcelona have decided to put Joshua Kimmich as a priority transfer target for next summer! Xavi has already talked to him and he’s open to the move.

Xavi knows that his job will be in danger if Barcelona don’t win against Porto today.

Chelsea are set to make Napoli’s Victor Osimhen their prime target in January, with the 24-year-old open to a move to Stamford Bridge.

Real Madrid wants to agree a new deal with Carlo Ancelotti before Christmas.

The coach gives his PRIORITY to Real Madrid.

Francesco Camarda and AC Milan are in discussions over his first professional contract.

He will be able to sign this contract as soon as he turns 16.

The Italian youngster only wants to play for AC Milan despite interest from some clubs.

Juventus are keen to sign a midfielder in January and have three Premier League players on their shortlist:

Thomas Partey

Kalvin Phillips

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

Real Madrid have turned down the chance to sign Mauro Icardi from Galatasaray in January. A representative of Mauro Icardi indicates that Real Madrid are interested in the Argentine striker:

“Real Madrid has not yet made an official offer. But we are talking with Real Madrid officials. ”

Wolves want to sign Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale on loan in January with an obligation to buy in the summer.

Juventus are hopeful Manchester United will allow Jadon Sancho to join on loan in January despite interest from former club Dortmund.

Newcastle will make loan moves for Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips and PSG’s Hugo Ekitike in January.

Donny van de Beek: “I need to play on regular basis… if not at Manchester United, it will be at another club. It’s a healthy ambition. I’m absolutely crazy about football. I make a good living at United, but money has never been my motivation.”

Brentford have no intention of selling Ivan Toney in January despite strong interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.

Raphael Varane has fallen out of favor with Erik Ten Hag and their relationship has practically broken down.

Varane is unhappy that Jonny Evans has started ahead of him and Lindelof was then selected to play alongside Maguire against Luton when Evans was injured.

Raphaël Varane has shown no indication of wanting to leave Manchester United, although if he stays on the bench it would inevitably force him to look at his options.

Chelsea left-back Ian Maatsen is open to joining Manchester City after the treble winners were linked with the Netherlands u21 international.

Real Madrid are ready to splash the cash next summer after setting their sights on PSG’s Kylian Mbappé and Manchester City’s Erling Haaland.

Joao Félix won’t be a PRIORITY for Barcelona this summer!

The player may only return to Barça on loan or for a price of €20M-€30M.

Newcastle are interested in Serhou Guirassy, who has a release clause of €17.5M in January.

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