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Aaron Ramsey is negotiating his exit from Juventus after learning he was no longer a part of Max Allegri’s first-team plans, with a return to the Premier League with either Newcastle or Everton on the cards for this month.

Aaron Ramsey negotiates his exit from Juventus


Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici disagree on which Juventus player to target for Tottenham, Conte has reportedly favored Weston McKennie over Paratici man Dejan Kulusevski.

Barcelona are in the process of making a deal to sign striker Alvaro Morata but can only finalize the move by removing Philippe Coutinho from his payroll.

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Newcastle saw an offer for defender Sven Botman rejected by Lille with AC Milan ready to take advantage of it.

Liverpool and AC Milan have spotted Olympiakos midfielder Aguibou Camara who is valued at £ 4million.

Dusan Vlahovic
Dusan Vlahovic still ready to extend Fiorentina contract


Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle target Dusan Vlahovic is not ruling out signing a new deal with Fiorentina despite reports of a strained relationship in previous negotiations.

West Ham have ruled out making moves for Gabriel Barbosa and Adama Traore, but potential January targets include Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly and Everton left-back Lucas Digne.

Arsenal tout Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at major European clubs but fear they will have to sell him for a much lower value and his weekly salary of £ 350,000 could stand in the way of any deal.

The Premier League sides are watching Christian Eriksen, who will be ready to return to group training later in January, around six months after his cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.

Sead Kolasinac is expected to leave Arsenal, with Marseille taking an interest in the defender whose contract expires this summer.

Nottingham Forest is set to beat QPR on signing from Bournemouth defender Steve Cook.

File photo dated 22-08-2021 of Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku, who completed his return to Chelsea with the Belgium international striker sealing a € 97.5million transfer from Inter Milan.  Issue date: Thursday, December 16, 2021.
Romelu Lukaku could play for Chelsea against Tottenham in EFL Cup semi-final


Romelu Lukaku is hoping to return to the Chelsea squad this week after positive talks with Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel and director Marina Granovskaia.


Cristiano Ronaldo followed in the footsteps of Manchester United’s Class 92 by going into business with Valencia owner Peter Lim.

AC Milan are looking to steal a march on Premier League clubs in the race to sign Lille striker Renato Sanches.

Luis Suarez could leave Atletico Madrid at the end of the season and join David Beckham’s MLS franchise, Inter Miami.

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An Argentinian DJ pictured with Lionel Messi at a party before he tested positive for Covid-19 posted his own negative test online after receiving death threats.


West Ham are set to make a new offer for Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard as the Old Trafford club consider taking advantage of him.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is worried about his participation in the Australian Open due to a nagging elbow problem.

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England bowler Stuart Broad set to feature in Sydney


Stuart Broad is set to be recalled to England for the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney after several Australian players – past and present – admitted their surprise at his omission in previous matches.


Celtic youngster Ewan Henderson is getting closer to a reunion with former teammate Shaun Maloney, now Hibs head coach.

Scotland Under-19 international Kerr Smith is set to move to the Premier League, with Crystal Palace keen to sign the Dundee United defender.


Celtic are set to sign Irish teenager Johnny Kenny from Sligo Rovers, beating Hibs to a deal after being invited to Easter Road last month.

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