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U.S. youth international bound for Norway


U.S. youth international Kobe Hernandez-Foster is set to sign with Norwegian side Hamarkameratene, according to HA.

The fullback, who originally came up through the LA Galaxy academy, recently left Wolfsburg after just one year with the Bundesliga club.

Inter make Alexis available on a free


InterLive reports that Alexis Sanchez is set to be made available as a free agent once again.

Manchester United cut their losses on the Chilean after seeing him flop at Old Trafford, and Inter are ready to take the same approach with an injury-ravaged forward.

Juve not planning Pogba approach


Juventus are not planning a bid to bring Paul Pogba back onto their books, claims TuttoMercatoWeb.

The France international midfielder is into the final year of his contract at Manchester United, but a return to Italy is not on the cards.

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Chelsea & Barca part of battle for De Ligt


Chelsea and Barcelona are set to form part of the battle for Juventus defender Mattijs de Ligt in 2022, reports Fichajes.

Real Madrid are also keen on the Dutch centre-half, who has struggled to make the desired impact in Turin.

Leeds set their sights on Lang


Football Insider reports that Leeds still have their sights set on Club Brugge sensation Noa Lang.

The Whites were keen on the 22-year-old forward over the summer and remain interested despite bringing in Daniel James from Manchester United.

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Marseille interested in Roma outcast Nzonzi


Roma outcast Steven Nzonzi is the subject of interest from Marseille - according to Calcio Mercato.

The 32-year-old has just entered the final year of his contract at Stadio Olimpico and is not in the plans of head coach Jose Mourinho.

Nzonzi spent the 2020-21 campaign on loan at Rennes and has yet to feature for Roma this term, with Marseille ready to offer him a way out in January.

Man Utd target Kessie (Mundo Deportivo)


Milan star touted for Old Trafford switch

Manchester United have identified Milan midfielder Franck Kessie as a transfer target - according to Mundo Deportivo.

The Red Devils are looking at the 24-year-old as an option just in case Paul Pogba decides against signing a contract extension at Old Trafford.

Kessie is also due to become a free agent in 2022, but Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham are thought to be keeping a close eye on his situation too.

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Liverpool hand Miles pro terms


De Ligt has €150m release clause in Juve contract


Arsenal plotting swoop for Club Brugge star Lang


Arsenal are plotting a swoop for Club Brugge star Noa Lang - according to Fichajes.

The Gunners could launch a £20 million ($27m) bid for the 22-year-old winger when the transfer market reopens.

Lang has made an impressive start to the season at Brugges, producing a man of the match display in their 1-1 draw with Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League last week.

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Juve keeping tabs on Saka (Calcio Mercato)


Arsenal star emerges on Bianconeri radar

Juventus are keeping tabs on Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka - as Calcio Mercato reports.

Atletico Madrid are also being linked with the 20-year-old, who is currently valued at around €50 million (£43m/$59m).

Saka is under contract at Arsenal until 2024, and has appeared in all five of their Premier League games at the start of the new season.

Real Madrid keen on Marquinhos


Marquinhos has been linked with Real Madrid for some time, and Fichajes claims that the Blancos remain keen on the Brazilian defender.

Efforts to prise him away from Paris Saint-Germain could be made in 2022, with those at Santiago Bernabeu ready to start spending big again.

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Man Utd monitoring Ndombele (Calciomercato)


Spurs star on Red Devils' radar

Amid the confusion surrounding Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United, Calciomercato reports that the Red Devils are monitoring possible replacements.

Tottenham star Tanguy Ndombele is said to be one of those registering on the recruitment radar at Old Trafford.

Barca to battle Bayern for Dias


Barcelona are ready to battle Bayern Munich for Porto forward Luis Diaz, claims Fichajes.

The highly-rated Colombian is attracting interest from afar after registering five goals and an assist through seven appearances this season.

James in talks over move to Middle East


Everton outcast James Rodriguez is, according to Pipe Sierra, in talks over a move to the Middle East.

The Colombia international playmaker is said to have jetted off to the UAE for discussions with interested parties.

Milan give Kessie contract update


Man Utd prepared to make Pogba highest-paid PL player (the Express)


Frenchman to be offered bumper new deal

Manchester United are prepared to make Paul Pogba the highest-paid player in the Premier League - according to The Express.

The 28-year-old's current deal is due to expire next summer, but the Red Devils are set to present him with a lucrative extension offer.

Pogba's weekly earnings will be brought up to £400,000 if agrees to the fresh terms, which would break the all-time Premier League record.

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Roma interested in Gladbach star Zakaria


Borussia Monchengladbach star Denis Zakaria is the subject of interest from Roma - according to Tuttomercatoweb.

The Italian giants could swoop for the 24-year-old when the transfer window reopens in January.

Roma will then focus on new contracts for Lorenzo Pellegrini and Jordan Veretout as Jose Mourinho seeks to keep the core of his squad intact.

Skriniar in line for new Inter contract


Milan Skriniar is in line for a new contract at Inter - according to Calcio Mercato.

The 26-year-old's current deal expires in 2023, but the Italian champions are making it a priority to tie him down to fresh terms.

Skriniar has played every minute of Inter's opening four games of the new Serie A campaign, helping them rise back to the top of the table.

Sterling's Man City future still in doubt


Despite an excellent performance at Euro 2020, Raheem Sterling is still being eyed around the football industry as someone who could leave Manchester City once his current deal expires, writes The Telegraph.

His contract runs until 2023, and as time goes on without a renewal, teams could become more aggressive in their pursuits of him. 

Dybala close to new Juve deal


Paulo Dybala is close to signing a new deal at Juventus, reports TyC Sports.

Dybala's new deal will run through 2026 once finalised, with his current deal set to expire in 2022.

Solskjaer pushing for new Lingard deal


Bayern chasing USMNT star Pepi


Bayern Munich are one of several teams in for U.S. men's national team striker RIcardo Pepi, according to Jaime Ojeda.

Pepi has previously been linked with clubs in Serie A, while his FC Dallas team-mate Justin Che has also been linked with a permanent move to Bayern after previously joining the club on loan.

The young striker shined for the U.S. in World Cup qualifiers, scoring on his debut.

Liverpool and Chelsea keeping an eye on Coman (Mirror)


The Bayern forward's status at the club has become uncertain

Liverpool and Chelsea are among the clubs keeping a close eye on Kinglsey Coman, reports the Mirror.

Coman has a contract with Bayern until 2023, but has been tipped to leave the club at some point soon in search of a club where he can play a bigger role.

The winger is currently out as he battles a minor cardiac arrhythmia, which has caused him to struggle with a shortness of breath.

Man Utd to make Pogba highest-paid Premier League player ever


Manchester United are prepared to offer Paul Pogba a contract that will make him the highest-paid player in Premier League history.

According to the Express, Man Utd are set to offer Pogba a four-year deal which would see him earn around £400,000 a week. 

The club is desperate to keep Pogba and is willing to sell several players in January to finance a new contract.