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Argentine subject of tug-of-war between City and Barca
Gunners not willing to part with forward
Arsenal have no intention of sanctioning a loan move for Nicolas Pepe, claims The Times.
The Ivorian forward has struggled for form throughout his spell with the Gunners, and saw red on his most recent outing against Leeds, but those at Emirates Stadium will be keeping faith and not moving the winger out in January.
Manchester Cityhave been warned off a move for Lionel Messi byBarcelonapresidential hopeful Victor Font, with theLa Ligagiants still confident that they can convince a talismanic presence to stay put.
Font told L'Esportiu de Catalunya: "I already told him (City CEO Ferran Soriano) to forget about Messi, to look for alternatives to win theChampions League, because Messi will continue with us and we will win the Champions League."
Leicester are said to have had a bid for the Portugal international midfielder knocked back over the summer, with the Foxes ready to rekindle their interest in January.
The World Cup-winning defender is due to become a free agent in the summer of 2021.
Forget what you may have heard - rumours of Jadon Sancho's decline have been greatly exaggerated.
While it is true that Sancho has not been at his best this season, few players ever even reach the benchmarks he has set in his career so far.
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The Saints want to bring in the 20-year-old on loan when the transfer window reopens.
United may be open to offloading Williams, who has only featured in two cup games for United this season.
Arsenal have reopened contract talks with teenage strikerFolarin Balogun over a new contract - as the Daily Mail reports.
The 19-year-old's current deal expires in June, but the Gunners are eager to tie him down to fresh terms.
Balogun came close to joining Sheffield United over the summer, but the Blades baulked at his £15 million ($20m) price tag.
The Merseyside rivals are prepared to battle in the transfer market for the 21-year-old, who has a £71 million ($95m)release clause in his current contract.
Chukwueze has scored once in 11 outings across all competitions for Villarreal this term.
David Moyes is weighing up a January swoop for the Frenchman, who could be available for around £30 million ($40m).
Dembele has endured a poor start to the 2020-21 campaign at Lyon, drawing a blank in his first 11 Ligue 1 apperances.
Odegaard joined Sociedad on a season-long loan from Madrid in July 2019, which marked his third temporarymove away from Santiago Bernabeu since his arrival in the Spanish capital four years prior.
The Norwegian was a big hit at the Anoeta as he contributed four goals and six assists to helpImanol Alguacil's side finish sixth inLa Liga, and also played a key role in their run to the Copa Del Rey final, which has been postponed until supporters are allowed to return to stadiums.
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Eddie Nketiah has been urged to push for a loan move away fromArsenalthat will allow him to “get kicked”, with Kevin Campbell looking for the 21-year-old to find regular game time.
The former Gunners striker has told Football Insider: "Nketiah has a knack for goals but Ithink he needs to go out on loan for another season, playing back-to-back games to get that confidence in his own body."
The Swiss midfielder has seen a January move to Italy mooted, potentially as part of a swap deal involving Christian Eriksen.
The Spanish club are looking at the 31-year-old as a potential replacement for Denis Cherishev, who is expected to return to Russia next year.
Konoplyanka has fallen down the pecking order at Shakhtar in recent times, and may be open to a new challenge in La Liga.
The Gunners considered a move for the 22-year-old earlier this year, and may reignite their pursuit in 2021.
Berge has scored once in nine Premier League outings for Sheffield United at the start of the new campaign.
The 28-year-old's relationship with the Nerazzurri has been damaged following his criticism of the club's transfer policy.
The 31-year-old's current deal expires next summer, but the Giallorossi are hoping to officially announce a renewal for the midfielder before Christmas.
Mkhitaryan has contributed five goals and four assists in eight Serie A appearances for Roma this season.
The former AC Milan midfielder has signed a deal until next summer.
The 31-year-old is a free agent after being released byFC Cincinnati last month.
The club’s president claims he has contacts in Brazil who say the player is keen to return to Italy, where he has business interests, and could turn out for Sona.
Representatives from the MLS side have made intial contact with Heinze, who is believed to be interest in further discussions.
The 42-year-old is a free agent after quittingVelez Sarsfield earlier this year.
Initial discussions have taken place over a potential deal
Denmark international Eriksen has struggled to recapture his best form since joining Inter from Tottenham in January, with theNerazzurri ready to cut their losses. Spain international Isco meanwhile has expressed his desire leave Los Blancos because of a lack of regular action.
However, there is a long way to go before the two clubs can agree a deal, with Real valuing Isco at around €70 million (£62m/$83m), while Eriksen costInter €30 million (£27m/$35m) when he moved from north London 10 months ago.
West Bromwich Albion have held talks with an American consortium over a possible £150 million ($200m) takeover, according to the Telegraph.
West Brom's controlling shareholder Guochuan Lai turned down an offer earlier this year but is still open to a full takeover bid or selling a minority stake.
However, Lai's £150m asking price is deemed too high while the Baggies' Premier League future is at stake, with the club currently bottom of the table and without a win so far this season.
The Belgium international revealed earlier this month that he has been in discussions over fresh terms, with an agreement now reached on a deal that will keep him at Etihad Stadium until 2025.
The new deal will also see the 29-year-old become the joint-highest paid player in the City squad alongside Raheem Sterling.
The teenager, widely seen as one of Mexico's brightest young talents, will initially linkup with the Galaxy academy underJuan Carlos Ortega.
City will track his progress and have the option trigger a set buy-out fee after he turns 18 and will becomes eligible to leave the United States.
The 21-year-old is enjoying a breakthrough season in west London, with six goals in 13 appearances so far for the Championship club.
The 19-year-old is on a season-long loan at Unai Emery's side buthas grown frustrated at his lack of regular first-team football and does not want his career to stall.