Preston show interest in USMNT's Morris
Preston have showed an interest in U.S. men's national team winger Jordan Morris, reports MLSSoccer.com.
The English club reached out via intermediaries before realising that Morris would be far out of the club's price range.
As a result, the Seattle Sounders star, who turned down interest from the Bundesliga earlier in his career, is unlikely to move to England any time soon.
Fofana has Leicester medical
Wesley Fofana has had his medical with Leicester, reports RMC Sport.
The 19-year-old Saint-Etienne defender is set to join the Foxes on a five-year deal.
Fofana made 24 appearances for the French club last season and has already made three this campaign.
Everton make Godfrey bid
Everton have made a bid for Norwich's Ben Godfrey as the club looks to add a defender.
The Toffees had previously been linked to Fikayo Tomori but have now turned attention towards the Norwich star.
Spurs closing in on Benfica star
Tottenham are trying to seal a deal for Benfica striker Carlos Vinicius, according to Football.London.
The 25-year-old forward has been Jose Mourinho's No. 1 target after scoring 24 goals and providing 13 assists last season.
Following Benfica's Champions League exit, Spurs are hoping to seal a loan with an option to buy for £36.3m ($47m).
Aulas: Three big clubs are after Aouar
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has said that "three big clubs" are chasing midfielder Houssem Aouar.
The Frenchman has been heavily linked to Arsenal in recent weeks, with Mikel Arteta said to be an admirer of the 22-year-old star.
But it appears the Gunners have competition for Aouar, who has also been linked to Juventus.
Bayern keen on Kramaric
Bayern Munich are looking to sign Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric, reports Bild.
The 29-year-old scored a pair of goals against Bayern at the weekend as Hoffenheim defeated the defending champions 4-1.
Now Bayern are hoping to bring the Croatian on board to help back up star forward Robert Lewandowski.
Dest to be presented at Barcelona on Friday
Celtic eye move for Sessegnon
Celtic are interested in a move for Tottenham full-back Ryan Sessegnon, according to Sky Sports.
The 20-year-old has failed to find regular minutes with Spurs since joining from Fulham last summer.
With other Premier League clubs interested, it's unclear if Celtic will have the financial muscle to land Sessegnon.
Lyon accept €27m Hertha bid for Reine-Adelaide
Hertha Berlin have seen a €27 million (£25m/$32m) bid for Lyon attacker Jeff Reine-Adelaide accepted by the Ligue 1 side, Bild reports.
The 22-year-old has recently voiced his frustration with his playing time in Lyon after recovering from a serious knee injury.
The former Arsenal player still must agree personal terms with the Bundesliga outfit.
Lyon sign €20m Paqueta from AC MIlan
Dynamo near deal for Argentinian winger
The Houston Dynamo are set to sign a replacement for Alberth Elis, who was recently sold to Portuguese side Boavista.
According to Mundo D in Argentina, Mateo Bajamich is set to join the Dynamo second-division side Instituto Atletico Central Cordoba.
Bojamich is set to sign a four-year contract, having previously drawn interest from Sunderland after scoring nine goals in 29 matches.
Coady signs new Wolves deal
Conor Coady has signed a new contract with Wolves, the Premier League club announced on Wednesday.
The defender will remain with the club through 2025, having joined in 2015.
Coady, who came up through Liverpool's academy, has made 239 appearances for Wolves while earning his first England cap in September.
Naldo named to Schalke staff
Former Schalke defender Naldo has been named to Manuel Baum's coaching staff, the club confirmed.
Naldo played for the club from 2016-19, making 80 appearances for the club.
The former defender, who also played for Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga, most recently played for Monaco before having his contract terminated in January.
Monchi backs Reguilon to shine at Spurs
Sergio Reguilon is a "great player" that will shine now that he is at Tottenham, according to Sevilla sporting director Monchi.
The Spanish defender spent last season on loan with Sevilla, and, having seen his development over that season, Monchi believes Reguilon will be a hit in London.
Valencia making push to sign centre-back
Valencia are pushing to add a centre-back before the end of the transfer window with Lyon star Joachim Andersen among their targets, according to AS.
Lyon would be willing to send Andersen away on loan as the club would like to see the defender get consistent playing time this season.
In addition, Valencia are eyeing Juventus' Daniele Rugani and Diogo Leite of Porto.
Paperwork signed for Pereira's move to Lazio
Paperwork has been completed for Andreas Pereira's move to Lazio, reports Fabrizio Romano.
The midfielder will join the Italian side on loan with an option to buy for €27m (£24.5m/$31.7m)
Pereira made 40 appearances in all competitions for Manchester United last season.
Red Bulls make formal approach to hire Barnsley boss
The New York Red Bulls have made a formal approach to hire Barnsley boss Gerhard Struber, reports BBC Sheffield.
Following the dismissal of Chris Armas, the Red Bulls are searching for a new coach as the club remains in the MLS playoff picture.
Discussions are ongoing, with prior reports saying that the manager has already agreed to a three-year deal to join the club.
Schalke hire Baum as new coach
Schalke have appointed Manuel Baum as the club's new head coach, the German side announced on Wednesday.
Baum comes to Schalke having most recently managed Germany's U18s and U20s after a stint with Augsburg.
He replaced David Wagner, who was dismissed after failing to win either of the club's first two games as Schalke lost by a combined 10 goals.
Monchi can't understand why Man Utd don't have sporting director
Sevilla sporting director Monchi says he does not understand why Manchester United, or any club, operate without a sporting director in charge of transfers.
Man Utd's transfer dealings, among other things, are handled by Ed Woodward, and Monchi says that he believes modern clubs need someone specifically in charge of signings.
Lookman to join Fulham on loan
Ademola Lookman will spend the season on loan with Fulham, RB Leipzig announced on Wednesday.
Lookman joined RB Leipzig in 2018, initially on loan from Everton before making the move permanent a year later.
He made 13 appearances in all competitions for the German club, but failed to score after firing five goals in 11 matches the season prior.
Schalke and Frankfurt swap goalkeepers
Schalke and Eintracht Frankfurt have swapped goalkeepers, the two clubs announced.
Frederik Ronnow will join Schalke until the end of the season while Markus Schubert will head the other way on loan.
Schubert's contract with Schalke runs until June 2023.
Arsenal dismiss Maitland-Niles links amid Man Utd rumours
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi is keen to put his summer transfer stand-off with the club behind him, while assuring fans he never meant to cause the Blaugrana any harm.
Last month the Argentine told Barcelona of his intention to activate a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave on a free transfer.
Barcelona, though, hit back, saying that the window to activate the clause had closed because the request needed to be made in June, not in August, when the coronavirus-extended season eventually ended.
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'Appalling!' - Neville tells Man Utd to urgently sign three players
Gary Neville has voiced his frustration at Manchester United over a lack of transfers and told them to urgently sign three players.
United have been among the lowest spenders in the Premier League this summer, with Donny van de Beek's £35 million ($45m) move to Old Trafford from Ajax the only piece of business the club have been able to get over the line to date.
Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has long been mooted as the Red Devils' primary transfer target, but Goal has reported that they have yet to submit a formal bid for the winger , with the German outfit thought to be holding out for a €120m (£108m/$142m) fee.
PSG set sights on Atletico's Diego Costa
Paris Saint-Germain have set their sights on Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa - according to AS.
The 31-year-old could be available on a free transfer after admitting that he would be open to a move away from Wanda Metropolitano last weekend.
PSG are now weighing up a swoop for Costa, but will first have to sell one of their current first-team stars to free up funds for the deal.
Villarreal looking to seal Foyth deal
Villarreal are looking to seal a deal for Tottenham defender Juan Foyth - according to El Periodico Mediterraneo.
The Spanish giants want to sign the 22-year-old on loan until the end of the season, and are open to including a buy-option in any final agreement.
Spurs are eager to send Foyth out on loan so he can take in regular minutes, with Valencia also interested in his services.
Bayern consider Lemar move
Bavarians may make loan offer
Bayern Munich are weighing up a move for Atletico Madrid winger Thomas Lemar, according to Sport Bild.
Should the transfer go through, Lemar would join on a season-long loan deal as he looks to resurrect his career following a disappointing spell at Atleti.
Boca target ex-Newcastle striker Rondon
Boca Juniors have identified ex-Newcastle striker Salomon Rondon - according to ESPN.
The Argentine club could make a move for the 31-year-old, who currently plies his trade in the Chinese Super League with Dalian Yifang, before the transfer window closes.
Rondon spent one season on loan at Newcastle while he was on West Brom's books, and recently admitted he'd be open to rejoining the Magpies.
Villa sign Barkley on loan from Chelsea
Burgstaller joins St. Pauli
Burgstaller spent three season with Schalke, including featuring for the side who finished as Bundesliga runners-up in 2018, and made 95 league appearances, scoring 24 goals.
“Guido Burgstaller gave 100 per cent every time he played for Schalke. In terms of commitment and willingness, Guido remains a real role model,” said Jochen Schneider, Schalke's head of sport and communication.
“He likely would have seen limited playing time this season, which is why we arrived at a mutual decision, together with Guido, that will see him join St. Pauli. We thank him for his efforts at Schalke and wish him all the best for the future, both on and off the pitch.”
Douglas Costa 'turns down Wolves'
Juventus forward Douglas Costa has refused a transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Serie A champions are aiming to finance a move for Fiorentina winger Federico Chiesa, but need to get Costa off their books first and are actively offering him to clubs around Europe.
Reports in Italy claim a deal was agreed with the Premier League club, but Costa has turned down Wolves and for now remains in Turin.
Why Aouar is the answer to Arsenal's midfield problems
Mikel Arteta is ready to give the Frenchman the keys to his side's engine room
Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar, whose contract is up in 2023, looks set to be granted the exit he craves, with Arsenal still looking the likeliest destination.
Mikel Arteta plans to use him in a 4-3-3 formation as the foremost central player, where Arsenal are crying out for a player capable of operating comfortably in between the lines of midfield and attack.
It would also offer Aouar the opportunity to play in a system and position tailor-made to his game.
Goal's Robin Bairner has taken a took at the one-cap France international, and why he could prove a crucial signing for the Gunners.
Manchester United 'want Maitland-Niles'
The Red Devils are reportedly keen on a remarkable swoop for the Arsenal midfielder
Manchester United are ready to raid Premier League rivals Arsenal for England international midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles, according to German outlet Sport1.
They report the transfer is "80% done", and that the fee will be £20 million (€22m/$26m) plus add-ons.
Maitland-Niles, who made his international debut against Denmark in the UEFA Nations League earlier this month, has been linked with several clubs this summer, including Wolves.
Nainggolan 'close to Cagliari return'
The Belgian midfielder is reportedly set for a €12 million switch from Inter
Inter midfielder Radja Nainggolan is set for a €12 million switch to Cagliari (£11m/$14m), according to Sky Sport in Italy.
The Belgium international spent last season on loan at the Sardinia club and will reportedly make the move permanent this summer after being left out of Inter's Serie A meeting with Benevento.
Sky Sport also report that two Cagliari players could move the other way as part of the deal.
West Ham submit €25m offer for Milenkovic
West Ham have submitted a €25 million (£23m/$29m) opening bid for Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic - according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
La Viola are considering the offer, but will likely hold out for a higher fee before sanctioning the departure of a prized asset.
Milenkovic has appeared in both of Fiorentina's games at the start of the new Serie A season, including a thrilling 4-3 defeat to Inter on Saturday.
Milan interested in Bologna star Tomiyasu
Bologna full-back Takehiro Tomiyasu is the subject of interest from Milan - according to Calcio Mercato.
Stefano Pioli is hoping to bolster his defensive ranks before the transfer window closes, and the 21-year-old could be available for around €25 million (£23m/$29m).
Tomiyasu featured for Bologna during a 2-0 defeat against Milan on September 21, which they followed up with a 4-1 home win over Parma on Monday.
Hudson-Odoi eager to join Bayern
Chelsea winger hoping for Germany move
Chelsea starlet Callum Hudson-Odoi is eager to join Bayern Munich - according to Sky Germany.
The Bundesliga giants tried to sign the 19-year-old last year, but saw several formal offers turned down by the Blues.
Hudson-Odoi thinks Bayern have more faith in his abilities than Chelsea, and would like to seal a move to Allianz Arena after falling out of favour at Stamford Bridge.
West Brom considering Slimani swoop
West Brom are considering a swoop for Leicester striker Islam Slimani - according to The Telegraph.
The Baggies would like to sign the 32-year-old on a season-long loan to boost their Premier League survival bid.
Slimani spent the 2019-20 campaign on loan at Monaco, scoring nine goals in 18 Ligue 1 appearances.
Zidane refuses to rule out departure of Real Madrid flop Jovic as Man Utd reportedly circle
Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has refused to rule out Luka Jovic's departure from the club amid links to Manchester United and clubs in Serie A.
Man City drop Koulibaly hint
Manchester City have asked supporters to submit questions to "new signing" Kalidou Koulibaly in an article on their official website revealing the squad number of recent acquisition Ruben Dias.
In what could be an indication of how close City were to signing the Senegal international, a hyperlink titled 'CITYZENS: NEW SIGNING - Ask Kalidou Koulibaly a question' was posted at the bottom of a news piece that revealed Dias would be wearing No.3 at the Etihad Stadium this season.
Tottenham still pushing for Skriniar
Tottenham are still in talks with Inter for Skriniar. Complicated deal but still on - Inter want €60m [add ons included]. Final decision will be made soon.— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 30, 2020
Skriniar is the #1 target, Rudiger is one of the "plans B".
Kane backup: Arkadiusz Milik offered to Spurs again. ⚪️ #THFC
Leeds to move for Leicester's Gray
Leicester City winger Demarai Gray is attracting interest from Leeds United, claims the Daily Mail.
The Foxes have told Gray he is free to leave with less than a year left on his current contract and Leeds are keen to sign another winger before the transfer window closes.
Rudiger not leaving Chelsea - Lampard
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has stressed Antonio Rudiger is not on his way out of the club, despite slipping down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.
"No. It's not at that point," Lampard said on Tuesday night when asked if Rudiger was set to leave the Blues.
Kolasinac nearing Leverkusen move
Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac is close to sealing a move to Bayer Leverkusen, according to reports out of Germany.
Kolasinac's salary was once seen as a stumbling block to the transfer but that issue has now been resolved.
Man Utd join race for Real Madrid outcast Jovic
The Red Devils look ready to pounce
Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic is set to leave the club on loan with Manchester United emerging as a possible destination, reports AS.
Serie A clubs AC Milan, Inter and Roma have all also submitted firm proposals to take the Serbian on loan.
The Red Devils are keen to strengthen their attack and view Jovic as a cheaper option than Edinson Cavani, who has also been linked with a move to Old Trafford.
Jovic's destination reportedly depends on which club can guarantee him the most game time this season.
Dembele wants Barca stay
The French attacker isn't keen on a move to Old Trafford
Ousmane Dembele isn't interested in leaving Barcelona amid interest from Manchester United, claims Sky Deutschland via Inside Futbol.
The winger is determined to turn his Camp Nou career around after being held back by injuries in recent seasons.
AC Milan want Nacho on loan
AC Milan have proposed a loan deal for Real Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Serie A side are also trying to secure a loan for Manchester United's Diogo Dalot but the Red Devils are only interested in selling him permanently.
Fulham to battle Spurs for Skriniar
Fulham are hoping to beat Tottenham to the signing of Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar, reports The Sun.
Spurs are in talks for the defender but the Cottagers believe they might be able to sneak in and claim his signature first.