Alaba snubbed EPL sides for Real Madrid
David Alaba has snubbed a move to the Premier League after reportedly agreeing on a move to Real Madrid.
SHENHUA LISTENING TO IGHALO OFFERS
Striker Odion Ighalo’s loan deal at Manchester United runs out at the end of January. The Nigerian international is expected to return to parent-club Shanghai Shenhua at the end of the month but it’s understood the Chinese Super League club will listen to offers for him.
Ndidi in shock move to Real Madrid
Real Madrid have been linked with a shock move for Leicester City’s Wilfred Ndidi. According to Spanish transfer new site Fichajes.com, the Spanish giants are looking to strengthen their holding midfield position this summer.
Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, is believed to see Ndidi as the best option. Brazilian Casemiro, who has been a stalwart across recent years, is in danger of being replaced, according to the report. Los Blancos’ search for a holding midfielder has led them to two players, Ndidi as well as Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga being considered.
The future of Borussia Dortmund’s England winger Jadon Sancho, 20, is unlikely to be resolved this month, but a move could materialise in the summer. (Sky Sports)
Monaco interested in Madrid’s Marcelo
Real Madrid full-back Marcelo is the subject of interest from Monaco – according to AS. The French outfit are willing to offer the Brazilian a three-year contract at Stade Louis II worth €6 million per season.
Marcelo, 32, has been on Madrid’s books for 14 years, but his current contract expires in 18 months and he is no longer a regular in Zinedine Zidane’s line-up.
ARTETA: STILL WORK ON OZIL DEAL
Mikel Arteta spoke to Sky Sports about the latest on outgoing Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil’s move to Fenerbahce after their win over Newcastle.
He said: “He’s in Turkey now, going through the medical now, there is some paperwork still to do, and when the deal is finalised, we will make the announcement.”
Messi to PSG
Paris St-Germain sporting director Leonardo insists the club remain keen to sign 33-year-old Argentina forward Lionel Messi, whose contract ends with Barcelona this summer. (Sport)
DONE DEAL: FREEMAN JOINS ORIENT
Nick Freeman has become Leyton Orient’s second signing of the January transfer window after joining on loan from Wycombe. The 25-year-old midfielder has agreed to move to Brisbane Road until the end of the season and follows in the footsteps of Dan Kemp, who joined on a permanent deal on Friday.
OFFICIAL: CROWLEY SEALS HULL LOAN
Hull have made their third January signing, with Birmingham midfielder Daniel Crowley joining on loan for the rest of the season. Crowley’s addition comes after Gavin Whyte and Jordan Flores moved to Hull, who are currently second in Sky Bet League One.
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