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Manchester City are lining up a bid for ex-Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian failed to make the cut at the Blues and was sold to Wolfsburg but the Premier League champions are readying a £20m bid.
Gareth Bale has reportedly given his approval on a move to Manchester United. The Welshman would command a fee of £80 million should he leave Madrid in the summer.
Arsenal will test the waters by offering Bayer Leverkusen £20 million for World Cup winner Christoph Kramer. The German midfielder, on loan at Gladbach, is believed to be available but for no less than £25m.
Napoli will launch a loan bid for Mario Balotelli in January. The Liverpool forward has struggled since moving back to England in the summer and is expected to be moved on sooner rather than later.
Liverpool are strongly considering a move for Fernando Torres in January. The Spaniard is currently struggling on loan at Milan and reports suggest he may be sent back to Chelsea, opening up an opportunity for the Reds.
Liverpool are looking to offload midfielder Lucas Leiva when the transfer window reopens in January. Several South American sides, as well as Napoli, have enquired about the Brazilian but it is Inter who lead the race for his signature.
Premier League sides Liverpool and Tottenham are monitoring Gonzalo Higuain's situation at Napoli. The Argentina international is reportedly unhappy in Naples and could be on the move after being usurped by Duvan Zapata.
Manchester United are preparing a €65 million offer for Benfica duo Enzo Perez and Nicolas Gaitan. Louis van Gaal sent scouts to watch the Argentine pair face Braga in midweek and hopes to lure them to the Premier League.
According to French sources, Divock Origi will return to Liverpool in January and could play his last game with Lille against Marseille on Sunday.
Tottenham are concerned their potential deal for Morgan Schneiderlin will be gazumped by Arsenal. The Gunners are keen to sign a central midfielder while Spurs had a £10m bid rejected in the summer.