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Sir Alex Ferguson is driving Manchester United's push to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. The Scot has taken the opportunity to sweet talk the Madrid star on several occassions recently as he tries to persuade the Portuguese to shun PSG for Old Trafford.
PSG will offer Cristiano Ronaldo £250,000-a-week AFTER tax in an effort to lure him to the French capital. Manchester United are also keen on the Portuguese star, but that offer would be the equivalent of £500,000-a-week in England pre-tax.
Luis Enrique is keen on a move for Miralem Pjanic but the Roma midfielder's €50 million valuation is too high for Barcelona. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are also keen on the 25-year-old.
Liverpool have been told to make their submissions ahead of an expected tribunal to set Danny Ings's transfer fee. The Reds have been unable to agree a figure with Burnley, who are entitled to a compensation package after he left this summer.
Arsenal are weighing up a January move for Inter striker Mauro Icardi. The Argentine has failed to live up to last season's high standards, and has fallen out with boss Roberto Mancini, and the Gunners hope to lure him to north London.
Manchester City and Chelsea's hopes of landing Pep Guardiola could be dashed, with Bayern Munich confident the Spanish coach will sign a new £17m-a-season deal before Christmas. His current deal expires this summer.
Manchester United's hopes of signing Thomas Muller received a boost as the latest round of talks between the striker and Bayern Munich hit a roadblock. The German is hesistating over a new deal, but his current contract runs until 2019.
Tottenham are in pole position to sign Axel Witsel in January. Spurs are long-time admirers of the Belgian, who is keen to leave the Russian Premier League. AC Milan are also interested, but Witself rejected a loan move to San Siro previously.
Ligue 1 sides Monaco & Marseille are ready to do battle over Everton winger Kevin Mirallas in the January window. The Belgian winger looks set to leave Goodison Park, having fallen down the pecking order, and would be open to moving to France.
Jose Mourinho has made the Gabon striker his top target and is willing to pay big money to lure the Dortmund ace to Chelsea.