Hello and welcome along to this Saturday’s transfer market live blog. Here, we’ll have all the main updates from the January transfer market, from done deals to fascinating rumours. So, follow along with us.
Transfer rumours LIVE
This is the very beginning of our transfer market live blog. As always, the entries nearest the top are the most recent updates.
10:45 GMT: Chelsea’s plan to sign De Jong
According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea are going to make Barcelona an offer of 40m euros for Frenkie de Jong, even though the Catalan club value him at 60m euros. That’s unlikely to be accepted at that low a price.
10:15 GMT: Joao Felix isn’t going anywhere
Despite Atletico Madrid‘s poor form and Joao Felix‘s inconsistent performances, as well as the links with Manchester City, the Spanish club still trust in the Portuguese player and aren’t prepared to sell him.
09:35 GMT: Balotelli linked with Newcastle
Newcastle are looking for players to bring in for their new project and Mario Balotelli is the latest name linked. Murat Sanncak, the president of the Italian’s current club Adana Demirspor, has revealed this interest.
09:20 GMT: Araujo to stay at Barcelona
Ronald Araujo‘s agent Flavio Perchman has dismissed the reports of his client leaving Barcelona to join Real Madrid. “He is happy at Barcelona, where he has another year and a half of his current contract, and he wants to stay there,” the agent told Sport 890.
09:00 GMT: Arsenal are going all in for Vlahovic
According to La Repubblica, Arsenal have already presented a formal offer of 70m euros to Fiorentina for Dusan Vlahovic. That is a big amount, although the Serie A club would like to hold off and keep the striker until the summer.
08:45 GMT: Inter are trying to lure Dybala to Milan
The front page of this Saturday’s La Gazzetta dello Sport explains that Inter are willing to offer Paulo Dybala a five-year contract with which he’d earn 7.5m euros per year. They know his Juventus contract is up at the end of this season and are trying to sign him as a free agent.
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