The transfer window for Premier League is just around the corner, players have begun to get linked to various clubs within Europe. Not just the Premier League is involved here, Bundesliga and Seria A players are too. Most of the players are under the management of Mino Raiola. Paul Pogba and Haaland are the most linked players in the January transfer window with their contacts already at the tail end.
Barcelona and Manchester City are leading the race for Haaland. The 21 years old top Norwegian professional striker seems to be the most talked-about player in entire Europe, he’s been in great form since he came to the limelight, and with his move to Borussia Dortmund, his been glazing with every match that comes by. Speaking about him, Raiola was quoted as saying: “I mentioned Barça as a potential example of a new club for Haaland. It doesn’t mean he’ll go to one of the clubs I mentioned yesterday”, he told Gerard Romero. “I can mention many other clubs for Haaland: Real, Barça, Atlético, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool…”.
Mino Raiola also said to Sport1 on Paul Pogba’s future: “We have many offers for Pogba, including a contract extension proposal [from Man United] We’ll see what’s best for him”.
Bayern Munchen have long been in the race to sign Paul Pogba too. Paul Pogba is the kind of midfielder that every club admires, he has a great and outstanding ability to command the midfield and create goals. His huge earning is just the major barrier as they’re just a few clubs that would be willing to part ways with such a lump sum for a player like him. Juventus are interested to let him be back and be part of Allegri’s reformation plans.
Rangnick has felt disenchanted by Paul’s contract situation. He feels that Manchester United is a big club and have attained a standard where they ought not to convince a player for a very long time to commit pen to paper. while talking about Pogba’s contract situation, he said: “I wouldn’t say he’s not worth keeping but, of course, players have to want to play and stay for a club and a big club like Man Utd”. “I don’t think anyone in the club should try to convince a player to stay. But on the other hand, let’s wait and see”
- F.C Barcelona transfer updates: the club reportedly earmarks as many as six players to sign as part of a major squad rebuild at the end of this season.
- Rudiger’s contract situation at Chelsea- Situation, offers and reports as Real Madrid considers him as a top priority
Dušan Vlahović is another hitman of the year. He’s been scoring again and again. With a brace in the previous week in Fiorentina-Salernitana, he has 32 goals in 41 Serie A games in 2021. Talking about his future, Fiorentina president Commisso said: “Clubs should open talks with us – not with his agents”. Price tag since January: not less than €70m. the 21-year-old Serbian professional footballer is one of the brightest and most promising strikers in Europe. It’s to be known that Juventus and Inter Milan are great admirers of the player, while Premier League outfit, Arsenal considers him as a perfect striker for Mikel Arteta.
There’s no plan for Ivan Perisic to re-join FC Bayern despite rumours. He’s not planning for Bayern comeback – nothing is decided yet for his future. He’s out of contract in June 2022, performing at the top level – Inter will make a decision on a potential new deal soon.
Anthony Martial wants to leave Man United in January. Martial has been steadily looking frustrated at Manchester United. He has been a shadow of his old self and has joined Jesse Lingard and other players in forming a list of players that wishes to leave Manchester United. He has informed his agent, Philippe Lamboley that he desires to leave Manchester United in January and wishes to play in a different club. At the moment nothing is official as to where he would be playing from next year. With the new manager, there could be great possibilities that he could change his mind.
Arthur Melo is expected to leave Italian giant, Juventus. The player is not favoured by the return of Juventus manager, Allegri and is expected to leave the club soon. The star player only arrived from Barcelona a few months ago only to be falling in the pecking order. Melo’s agent Pastorello was quoted as saying: “Keeping a player of this level on the bench is a shame. For January we can’t exclude anything: there’s interest from La Liga clubs, but also from Premier League and Serie A”, Melo’s representatives would find a club for him in the coming weeks or he would be forced to wait until the end of the season.