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  • Both stars could be available on a free next summer

    Madrid confident of landing Pogba & Mbappe (Sun)

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    Real Madrid are confident of landing a spectacular double free transfer coup next summer, reports the Sun

    Both Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe are out of contract at the end of the season and have been closely linked with the Spanish giants.

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    Campos considered as Newcastle sporting director

    Newcastle United are considering Luis Campos as their new sporting director, according to Sky Sports

    The Portuguese national enjoys a sterling reputation, having led Monaco and Lille to Ligue 1 triumphs in the last decade to interrupt Paris Saint-Germain's domestic dominance.

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    Hernan Crespo leaves Sao Paulo post

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    Newcastle interested in Rabiot

    Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot has emerged as a transfer target for Newcastle United, reports Calcio Mercato

    The Italian side would be happy to consider a sale in order to fund an approach for Aurelien Tchouameni or Donny van de Beek in the near-future.

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    Rodgers not interested in Newcastle job

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    Milan sign goalkeeper Mirante

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    Bastoni happy at Inter

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    Who should Newcastle's new owners sign in January?

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    Despite the Magpies now boasting more wealth than any other Premier League club, do not expect any huge transfers when they first enter the market. 

    Read more here!

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    Barca still owe Liverpool €42m for Coutinho

    Barcelona still owe Liverpool €42 million (£36m/$49m) for the Philippe Coutinho transfer from January 2018, Cadena Ser reports.

    The Catalans agreed a fee of €160m (£136m/$185m) for the Brazilian midfielder at the time, although are reportedly yet to have paid the full amount owed to the Reds.

    The report also claims that Barca do not now owe any money to Dortmund or Atletico Madrid, for the transfers of Ousmane Dembele and Antoine Griezmann respectively.

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    Embleton signs new Sunderland deal

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    Monaco to demand €60m for Madrid target Tchouameni

    Monaco will set Aurelien Tchouameni's price tag at €60 million (£51m/$69m), according to Marca.

    Real Madrid are reportedly keen on signing the France international, although, with several Premier League clubs also in the running, the Ligue 1 side will not allow him to leave for less than €60m.

  • Teenager to sign new deal until 2026

    Barca reach Pedri contract breakthrough

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    Barcelona are in advanced talks over renewing Pedri's contract, with the Spaniard ready to agree a deal that will run until 2026.

    Goal can confirm talks have accelerated in the last 24 hours and Pedri is happy to continue with the Catalans, providing a huge boost to the club following their disappointing start to the season.

    Barca also plan to include a release clause worth more than €600m (£509m/$694m) as they attempt to ward off potential interest from some of Europe's biggest spenders.

    Check out the full story here!

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    Pirlo's agent addresses Barca rumours

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    Arsenal preparing €30m Lang offer

    Arsenal are preparing to launch a €30 million (£24m/$35m) bid for Club Brugge winger Noa Lang - according to Voetbal 24.

    The 22-year-old has also been linked with a number of other top European clubs, but the Gunners are hoping to steal his signature by swooping in as soon as the January market opens.

    However, Brugge are likely to hold out for a €40m (£34m/$46m) fee for Lang, who has recorded three goals and four assists in 12 games across all competitions so far this season.

  • Dortmund star touted for Etihad Stadium switch

    Haaland-Man City talks to begin in January (The Times)

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    Transfer talks between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland are set to begin in January - according to The Times.

    The 21-year-old's agent Mino Raiola is eager for negotiations to start when the transfer window reopens, with City considered the frontrunners in the race to sign the Norwegian.

    Haaland is expected to leave Dortmund next year, with it reported that he has a €75 million (£64m/$87m) release clause in his current contract.

  • Blancos back on the tail of World Cup winner

    Real Madrid revive Pogba interest (AS)

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    Real Madrid have revived their interest in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba - according to AS.

    The Blancos were linked with the Frenchman earlier in the year, and are now ready to enter the race for his signature again alongside Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.

    It has been suggested that United could cash in on Pogba in January in order to avoid losing him for nothing when his contract expires next summer.

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    Man City optimistic over Foden's new contract

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    Galatasaray in talks to sign Arsenal midfielder Elneny

    Galatasaray are in talks to sign Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny - according to Fanatik.

    The Egyptian will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with the Turkish club in January, with his current deal at Emirates Stadium due to expire next summer.

    Arsenal may even let Elneny leave for nothing in the winter transfer window due to the fact he is no longer in Mikel Arteta's plans.

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    Hummels sends transfer warning to Haaland

    Mats Hummels insists Erling Haaland could stay with Borussia Dortmund - and warned the in-demand striker from his own personal experience at Bayern Munich that big moves do not always work out.

    He told Sport Bild: "I can fully understand him if he wants to stay! Because it's great in Dortmund, because he knows what he's got here. I haven't given up hope that he'll stay for a long time.

    "The grass on the other hand is not always greener. You really should be aware of that in football."

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    Kane: My mind is clear after transfer saga

    Harry Kane has insisted he is focused after his failed transfer to Manchester City, despite his indifferent start to the season.

    Speaking after a quiet display in England's 1-1 draw with Hungary, Kane told ITV: “I’m as clear as anything. Obviously [there is] a lot of noise around me and when you’re a high-level sportsman, sometimes that’s the case. It’s how you deal with that."