Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd want Cody Gakpo in next 12 months

GOAL takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from around the world.

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    Newcastle to sign Kuol from Australia

    Newcastle are set to bring in forward Garang Kuol from Central Coast Mariners, reports Sky Sports.

    Kuol, 18, is considered one of Australia's brightest young prospects.

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    Derby confirm Rosenior exit

    Derby have confirmed that Liam Rosenior has left the club after briefly serving as an interim head coach.

    He wants to manage full-time elsewhere.

    "I will never forget the joy, honour and pride in building and leading this team out to start this exciting new era and now is the right time for me to continue the next stage of my career development as a manager in my own right," he said in a statement.

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    Colwill says Potter has influenced Chelsea plans

    Chelsea youngster Levi Colwill, on loan at Brighton, says the appointment of Graham Potter makes him more eager than ever to pursue a long-term future with the Blues.

    “You could tell straight away from day one that everyone respects him for what he does… so I can understand why Chelsea have gone for him,” he said.

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    Endozie signs with Wolves

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    Obi Mikel ends playing career

    John Obi Mikel announced his retirement on Tuesday - and his strong Chelsea legacy will always include the saga that brought him to Stamford Bridge.

    Read more about that here!

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    Delph announces retirement

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    Fabian Delph, once the subject of one of the strangest transfer sagas of all time, has surprisingly retired from football aged 32.

    Read GOAL's full story here.

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    Roma discussing new Zalewski contract

    Roma are eager to tie down 20-year-old talent Nicola Zalewski to a long-term deal, Nicolo Schira reports.

    I Giallorossi are said to be offering terms until 2027, with the Poland international in line for a significant pay rise.

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    Bellingham keeping his options open

    Jude Bellingham is aware that he is wanted by a host of top European clubs and he is yet to decide on his next decision after leaving Borussia Dortmund, according to Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports.

    Real Madrid believe that they can get him for under £100m but Liverpool and Manchester City are also interested which could push the fee higher.

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    Newcastle continue to monitor Brazilian wonderkid Santos

    Newcastle United continue to keep tabs on Brazilian talent Andrey Santos of Vasco da Gama but are yet to reach an agreement with the club, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    Several other Premier League clubs are also in the race to get the 2004-born player.

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    Allan joins Al-Wadha on permanent transfer

    Everton's Allan has joined United Arab Emirates club Al Wahda on a permanent transfer after making 57 appearances for the Blues after arriving from Napoli in September 2020, as announced by the official club website.

    Al Wahda are managed by former Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal.

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    Forest in pole positoin to land Malinovskyi

    Nottingham Forest are set to beat Tottenham Hotspur to land Atalanta's Ruslan Malinovskyi, according to Paolo Bargiggia, as reported by y Area Napoli.

    "60% he will go to Nottingham Forest, 30% to West Ham, another club interested in the player. 10% for other possible destinations," he said.

    The Ukraine international has a £20m price tag set by Atalanta.

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    Pulisic wanted by Leeds United

    Leeds United are keen to move for Christian Pulisic according to local paper Leeds Live.

    The winger is not able o get regular minutes at Chelsea and could potentially seal a move away from London.

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    Skriniar might join PSG in January

    Inter defender Milan Skriniar can join PSG in January 2023 as he is yet to agree to extension terms offered by the Serie A outfit, according to the print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.

    The Nerazzurri are not willing to offer €6 million net plus add-ons per season while the player demands €7.5 million net. He has a contract until the summer of 2023 and if not extended, he can leave for free in July.

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    United join race to sign Abraham

    Manchester United are keen to sign Tammy Abraham from AS Roma, according to Corriere dello Sport (via Sport Witness).

    The report also mentions that the forward himself wants to return to the Premier League once again with Arsenal interested in his signature.

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    Bilic gets work permit before joining Watford

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    Madrid on course to get Bellingham

    Real Madrid view Borussia Dortmund's Jude Bellingham as a priority transfer in 2023, according to Marca.

    They were in touch with the player in 2022 and have asked the player to decline a renewal with Dortmund. He has a release clause of 150 million euros and it would not be surprising if Los Blancos decide to activate the option.

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    Madrid ahead in Endrick race

    Real Madrid find themselves in pole position to sign Brazilian teenager Endrick, according to Marca.

    The player shares the same agency as Vinicius and Los Blancos believe that this gives them the edge over other clubs. Barcelona have also enquired Palmeiras about the player and are keen to get him on board.

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    Three PL clubs including Utd want Inter's Bastoni

    Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Manchester City are in the race for Inter Milan’s Alessandro Bastoni, according to the Italian outlet Gazetta dello Sport.

    Bastoni's contract ends in 2024 and with no extension in sight, the defender could leave the Italian giants for a Premier League move in 2023.

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    Belgian centre-back Denayer set to join Shabab Al Ahli

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    Chris Wilder favourite for Bournemouth job

    Middlesbrough boss Chris Wilder has emerged as one of the favourites to become the next Bournemouth manager, according to the Daily Mail.

    The Cherries are still without a manager after sacking Scott Parker in the wake of the team's 9-0 hammering by Liverpool.

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    Man Utd have Dalot option

    Manchester United have the option to extend Diogo Dalot's contract until June 2024, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    The Portugal international has been in fine form for the Red Devils this season under Erik ten Hag and could be handed a new long-term deal at Old Trafford.

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    Chelsea offered Kante for De Ligt

    Chelsea offered to swap N'Golo Kante for Matthijs de Ligt during the summer transfer window but were turned down by Juventus, according to the Daily Express.

    Thomas Tuchel was keen to strengthen his defence but missed out on the Dutchman who decided to head to Bayern Munich instead.

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    Barcelona thinking about selling Dembele

    Barcelona are "seriously considering" selling Ousmane Dembele either in January or next summer, as reported by Diari Ara.

    Dembele signed a new contract in the summer that runs until 2024 but only has a €100 million buyout clause in his new contract at the Camp Nou.

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    Man Utd still want Cody Gakpo (Forbes)

    Manchester United are still hoping to land PSV winger Cody Gakpo in the next 12 months, according to Forbes.

    Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to leave next year which would free up space on the wage bill and mean the Red Devils would need to bring in a new attacker to replace the Portugal international.