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Monday Transfer News & Football Updates: DONE DEALS, Haaland, Alaba, Foden, Origi, Alonso & More



Chelsea Put 7 Players Up For Sale To Raise Fund To Buy Erling Haaland And Declan Rice

David Alaba Transfer Update

David Alaba is one of the world’s best defenders and is at his peak. The Bayern Munich man will play for a new team in 2021-2022 after Die Roten declined to meet his wage demands, and Alaba has several suitors across Europe, including Real Madrid & Baarcelona.

Leeds & Brighton keeping tabs on Johnstone

Leeds United and Brighton are keeping tabs on West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone – according to The Sun.

Juve’s Cuadrado attracting attention from China

Juventus right-back Juan Cuadrado is attracting attention from China – according to Calcio Mercato.

Inter target Udinese ‘keeper Musso

Inter have identified Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso as a transfer target – according to Calcio Mercato.

Juve & Roma interested in FC Dallas star Reynolds

FC Dallas right-back Bryan Reynolds is the subject of interest from Juventus and Roma – according to Sky Italia.

Wolves to ‘rebalance’ in January

Nuno Espirito Santo has confirmed Wolves will utilise the January transfer window with star striker Raul Jimenez still sidelined.

Wolves mull cut-price Traore deal

Wolves are open to a cut-price deal for Adama Traore in the current market, claims Eurosport.

MLS vet Nguyen heads to Vietnam

Longtime New England Revolution veteran Lee Nguyen is to swap the club for Vietnamese outfit Ho Chi Minh City, per the MLS Transfer Tracker.

Real Madrid circling for Foden

The England attacker has been struggling for game time

Real Madrid are ready to pounce for Manchester City prodigy Phil Foden, reports the Mirror.

Brighton head Origi suitors

The Reds attacker is attracting plenty of interest

Brighton, Schalke and Fiorentina are just some of the clubs chasing the services of Divock Origi, per Eurosport.

Alonso primed for Serie A switch

Marcos Alonso looks set to seal a switch from Chelsea to Serie A, despite the Blues losing Ben Chilwell to injury, says Eurosport.


Modric agrees Madrid extension

Luka Modric has agreed on a contract extension at Real Madrid – according to Marca.

The Croatian will sign a renewal which will see him remain at Santiago Bernabeu through to 2022.

Gross takes over as Schalke Boss

Chelsea are believed to be prioritising the signing of Erling Haaland in the January transfer window, according to Sky Sports Italia journalist Angelo Mangiante.

The Blues were the Premier League’s biggest spenders in the summer after splashing out around £250 million on the likes of Hakim Ziyech, Edouard Mendy, Ben Chilwell and Timo Werner.

– FC 100: Haaland second only to Lewandowski in the world

However, it appears as though Chelsea aren’t finished spending just yet, according to Mangiante, and Frank Lampard has discussed the prospect of signing Borussia Dortmund star Haaland as he looks to continue transforming the Blues into Premier League title contenders.

Haaland is likely to be one of the most sought-after players in Europe when the transfer window reopens, and Chelsea are likely to face stiff opposition from Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

Chelsea have three strikers on the books, but Olivier Giroud has been linked with a move away from West London, while Werner has failed to live up to expectations and was substituted at half-time in the Blues’ 3-1 Boxing Day loss to Arsenal.


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