Edinson Cavani is likely to finish with Manchester United this season.
Alexandre Lacazette may be on his way away from Arsenal this winter and has been linked, among other things, with Milan. According to The Mirror, the London club are hoping to replace Lacazette with Dominique Calvert-Lewin. The Everton striker, who has a contract until the summer of 2025, scored in the first three Premier League games of the season before missing out on injury.
The Times writes that Edinson Cavani has a desire to play for Barcelona before he puts his boots on the shelf and is looking forward to the opportunity next season. The 34-year-old’s contract with Manchester United expires this summer, and the Uruguayan is likely to leave the club after nearly two years at Old Trafford.
There is a lot of excitement over who Newcastle will be able to contact when the January transfer window opens. According to The Telegraph, there are four English players on the wish list. Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Harry Winks (Tottenham), Ross Barkley (Chelsea) and Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid) should all be relevant.
After Fiorentina’s consistent performances in the past two seasons, Dusan Vlahovic has shown that he is not a cheat. New clubs are constantly associated with Serbia, which is the top scorer in the Italian league with 12 goals in 15 matches so far. According to Tuttosport, Arsenal will challenge Juventus to sign the 21-year-old.
Nathan Ake is facing a tough battle for a place in Manchester City’s central defense and often pulls the shortest straw in the competition with Robin Dias, Aymeric Laporte and John Stones. Now 90 minutes claims that West Ham are looking into the possibilities of bringing the Dutchman to London.
Another player who could be on his way away from Manchester City is Ferran Torres. According to Mundo Deportivo, the striker has already agreed with Barcelona on a five-year contract and is urging City to leave the club.
Middlesbrough is one of several league clubs hoping to sign Vollarin Balogun on loan from Arsenal in January, writes the London Evening Standard. The striker started his first league game of the season against Brentford, but since then it’s only been a short stint in the Premier League.
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