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Real Madrid superstar wants to follow Ronaldo to Juventus, Barcelona and Chelsea to pull off imminent swap deal and more: Transfer Round-up, November 9, 2018

Shambhu Ajith
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Sarri has some big plans for January
Sarri has some big plans for January

Welcome to Sportskeeda's Daily Transfer Roundup. The winter transfer window is not too far away and you can expect the top European teams to be drawing up grand business plans for the fall.

If last January taught us anything, it is that the big chips may fall with no regard to seasons and we're expecting some major deals to go over the line this time around. It's also a time where teams that are a bit off the pace can hope to splash some cash to plug the leaks.

And today, we have quite a few top transfer stories that can reel you right in. So, without further ado, let's take a look at the talk of the town as on 9th November, 2018.

Adrien Rabiot is now a Liverpool transfer target

Paris Saint Germain v Club Atletico de Madrid - International Champions Cup 2018
Paris Saint Germain v Club Atletico de Madrid - International Champions Cup 2018

According to Mundo Deportivo, Liverpool gaffer Jurgen Klopp has identified the 23-year-old Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot as the reinforcement that his already strong midfield needs.

However, landing Rabiot will require the Reds to break the bank as the report suggests that AC Milan and none other than Barcelona are also interested in the Frenchman.

Rabiot, who has already appeared 15 games this term, will see his contract run out at the end of the season. The contract situation remains iffy thus evoking interest from the big players in the market.

Chinese clubs actively pursuing Aaron Ramsey's signature

Arsenal v Blackpool - Carabao Cup Fourth Round
Arsenal v Blackpool - Carabao Cup Fourth Round

Aaron Ramsey, whose long relationship with Arsenal is expected to come to an end when the season draws to a close, is now the subject of interest of Chinese Super League sides.

As per Goal.com, Arsenal have decided to pull out of contract extension talks with the Welshman and are looking to invest their money elsewhere.

Ramsey can talk to clubs from January and sign a deal at the end of the season. Chinese Super League clubs who are famous for offering lucrative deals to lure top footballers are reportedly on alert.

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