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08-Nov-2020, 07:03 am

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: West Ham want Man Utd target Dembele


Moussa Dembele Lyon 2019-20

Real Madrid are growing increasingly concerned over the status of loanee Reinier, reportsAS.

The Brazilian, on loan at Borussia Dortmund, was once more left out for Saturday's defeat to Bayern Munich and has played barely 100 minutes since moving to the Bundesliga club.

Mikel Arteta says Arsenal allowed Emiliano Martinez to leave forAston Villabecause it was the right thing to do for a goalkeeper who had spent more than a decade in north London.

Martinez made the switch to the Midlands in the summer after failing to be given assurances by Arteta that he would be number one this season.

The Argentine keeper had stepped in for the injured Bernd Leno during the final months of the 2019-20 campaign and played a key role in Arsenal’sFA Cupsuccess.

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will discuss a new deal for Steven Davis "when the time is right".

"He is a top professional, fantastic to work with and we need to try and keep Steven in this place between now and the end of the season because, if we do, I am sure he will contribute to the team very well," he said of the in-form star, as reported by theHerald.

"It is too early to discuss contracts at the moment, we need to keep focusing on the football and that is something that myself and Ross will discuss privately with certain players, agents and representation at the right time."

Manchester City starlet Phil Foden is in line for a lucrative new contract at the Etihad Stadium, according to theMirror.

The 20-year-old's latest extension would push his weekly wage up to£75,000 -three times his current salary.

Lyon striker is now available for transfer

West Ham are ready to make a move for Manchester United-linked Moussa Dembele, claims theSun.

The Lyon forward could be available for a fee of roughly£30 million ($39m) plus bonuses after struggling to reproduce his best form so far in the 2020-21 season.


Source : goal.com

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