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  • French midfielder could sign new contract
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    Pogba leaning towards Man Utd stay (The Athletic)

    Paul Pogba is leaning towards agreeing an extended stay at Manchester United, reports The Athletic.

    The World Cup-winning France international midfielder is into the final year of his contract at Old Trafford, leading to reports of interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, but he could commit to fresh terms following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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    Bayern Munich can't afford Haaland 'auction'

    Former Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says the Bundesliga heavyweights will not be able to afford Erling Haaland, with an "auction" set to be sparked for one of the most sought-after talents on the planet.

    Rummenigge has told AS: "We will see a real auction in which, taking into account that the amount for the transfer is already set in the contract, he will be taken by the club that offers the highest salary. I don't think it's possible for any Bundesliga club, not even Bayern."

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    Everton to win race for £10m Patterson

    Everton are, according to The Sun, set to win the race for Rangers right-back Nathan Patterson.

    Liverpool have also been linked with the 19-year-old defender, but they will not be bidding and the path is clear for the Toffees to wrap up a £10 million ($14m) deal.

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    Lingard could cost as little as £12m

    Jesse Lingard could leave Manchester United for as little as £12 million ($17m), claims TEAMtalk, with the offer of a new contract snubbed at Old Trafford.

    The England international is still wanted back at West Ham, following a productive loan spell there last season, and a bidding war is expected to be sparked at some stage.

  • Chelsea striker could make winter move
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    Werner to Bayern in January is possible (Football Insider)

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    Bayern Munich are already working on a deal for Chelsea striker Timo Werner, reports Football Insider.

    The Germany international could move to the Allianz Arena in 2022, with a January switch still on the cards at this stage.

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    Mendy made a top target for Juventus

    Real Madrid defender Ferland Mendy has emerged as a top target for Juventus, claims Fichajes.

    The Serie A giants are said to want the French left-back as a successor to Alex Sandro in Turin.

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    Can PSG get Mbappe to sign new contract?

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    Porto's Corona facing uncertain future

    Jesus Corona will have to lower his wage demands if he is to sign with a major European club, says Todo Fichajes.

    The Mexico winger was believed to want a major rise on his current pay in order to sign a new deal with Porto.

    But they have balked at his demands and he now looks set to move on to new pastures. 

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    Madrid eye up Cherki

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    Real Madrid have picked out Rayan Cherki as the target to replace Karim Benzema in the long term, claims Fichajes.

    The Lyon teenager is yet to establish himself on the world stage like his countryman but could have a future at Los Blancos.

    If a move was to come together, it could form part of a double Ligue 1 swoop when the Blancos move for PSG's Kylian Mbappe again.

  • Guardiola wants England star
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    Phillips on Man City radar (Fichajes)

    Kalvin Phillips could be the last piece of Pep Guardiola's midfield puzzle, with Manchester City plotting a bid for the Leeds United man, per Fichajes.

    The Whites defensive midfielder has enjoyed a breakout year following promotion to the Premier League, establishing himself as an England mainstay.

    His club have struggled with their start to the season, but that has not deterred Guardiola, who is a great admirer of the man coached by old master Marcelo Bielsa.

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    Juve eye up Mendy

    Juventus are mulling over a move for Ferland Mendy, with the Real Madrid left-back seen as a logical replacement for Alex Sandro, per Calciomercato.

    The Bianconeri have endured a horror start to the new season, with their aging defence partly to blame despite its Euro 2020-winning pedigree.

    Now, they could look to refresh their backline in Turin - starting with left-back, with Mendy on their target list.

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    Atletico set for Gosens battle

    Atletico Madrid will have to fight off Juventus and Borussia Dortmund if they are to successfully capture Robin Gosens, says Todo Fichajes.

    La Liga's reigning champions are eying up a move for the Germany international, who currently plays for Atalanta.

    Gosens came close to an exit this summer but no final deal was agreed, leaving him on the books in Serie A.