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Transfer News: Done Deals, Hazard Won’t Leave Real Madrid In January, Chelsea Eye Ex-Barca Star



Hazard Won’t Leave Real Madrid In January

Eden Hazard will not leave Real Madrid in January despite the club’s eagerness to offload him in this window according to The Athletic. Hazard, whose contract expires in 2024, wants to at least stay back in Madrid until next summer due to personal reasons.

Eden Hazard rules out leaving Real Madrid in January - Sports Mole

Chelsea Eye Ex-Barca Star

Chelsea have identified an alternative to Arsenal-bound Mykhaylo Mudryk in Spanish international Dani Olmo according to Fichajes. The former Barcelona player’s contract expires with RB Leipzig next summer and if he does not sign a new deal then the German club may consider selling him earlier.


‘Normal’ for Felix to stay at Atletico

Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has addressed transfer speculation surrounding forward Joao Felix. “In life there’s nothing impossible, but it’s normal for João Félix to stay at Atlético Madrid,” he told Carrusel Deportivo.

Zaha to stay at Crystal Palace until the summer

Chelsea target Wilfried Zaha will not leave Crystal Palace in the January window according to The Athletic. The winger’s contract expires at the end of this season and he will take a call whether to sign a new deal with Palace in the upcoming months.

Newcastle won’t pay £15m for Brereton Diaz

Newcastle are not prepared to pay £15m to sign Blackburn striker Ben Brereton Diaz, according to The Sun. The 23-year-old scored 22 goals in 37 Championship games last season and has found the net 10 times in all competitions this term. But Blackburn’s valuation of Brereton Diaz appears to have put off Newcastle, who were also interested in signing the Chile international last summer. The report claims West Ham and Leeds are also keen on the forward but are not prepared to pay the required fee either.

Valencia plot Coquelin move

Valencia are interested in bringing Francis Coquelin back to the Mestalla Stadium this month. Estadio Deportivo reports the Spanish club want to add depth to their midfield and see the 31-year-old as a good option.

DONE DEALS OFFICIAL: Martinez named new Portugal coach

Former Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has been named the new manager of Portugal, the country’s football federation (FPF) has confirmed. “I appreciate the enthusiasm and ambition with which he (Martinez) received the invitation,” FPF president Fernando Gomes told a news conference. This is an important moment for the national team.”


OFFICIAL: Aston Villa Women sign Staniforth

Aston Villa Women have confirmed the signing of Lucy Staniforth. The attacking midfielder has signed an 18-month deal following the termination of her contract at Manchester United. Staniforth is an experienced player having spent time with Sunderland, Lincoln, Bristol City, Liverpool and Birmingham before joining United in 2020.

GALLERY: Lucy Staniforth arrives at Villa | AVFC


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