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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, who is determined to bolster his squad in January, is planning to launch a bid for Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson. The 24-year-old has struggled to find playing time at the Emirates this season and has been at the receiving end of criticism from fans.
Arsenal and Chelsea target Franck Kessie has reportedly agreed a move to Serie-A giants Juventus at the end of the season. The 19-year-old midfielder is one of Europe's promising young stars at the moment after scoring six goals and two assists for Atlanta this season.
Valencia are planning to launch a bid for Chelsea outcast John Obi Mikel in January. According to sources in Spain, coach Cesare Prandelli has identified the Nigerian as his primary target and his little involvement with Chelsea under Antonio Conte could force him to seek new pastures.
#NapoliInter: Mauro #Icardi to wear this special captain armband in honour of #ChapecoenseWatch: https://t.co/j69vabGQLS pic.twitter.com/fht5QAwxZy— Calciomercatocom(En) (@CmdotCom_En) December 1, 2016
#NapoliInter: Mauro #Icardi to wear this special captain armband in honour of #ChapecoenseWatch: https://t.co/j69vabGQLS pic.twitter.com/fht5QAwxZy
Mohammed Salah out for three weeks after suffering an ankle ligament tissue damage. The winger is expected to be back in action in January but will not feature for AS Roma until February as he will be playing a part in the AFCON for Egypt. Roma have been linked with a move for Manchester United play-maker Memphis Depay as a potential replacement for the player who has been in dynamic form this season.
This would be incredible.One of the survivors of the Chapecoense plane crash may play football again https://t.co/Q3q9DMHSIa #ForcaChape pic.twitter.com/1nKKVId2Fs— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 2, 2016
This would be incredible.One of the survivors of the Chapecoense plane crash may play football again https://t.co/Q3q9DMHSIa #ForcaChape pic.twitter.com/1nKKVId2Fs
31-year-old Chapecoense defender Neto is recovering well and may be able to resume his footballing career according to the doctors. He underwent a surgery on his lung, a knee, a wrist and his head after surviving the air crash that shook the world.
"There is absolutely no idea to sell anybody from the first-team squad. It wouldn't make sense. The funny thing is you create stories that aren't stories, and then you ask me about the stories that aren't stories," said Klopp, when asked about the possibility of selling Daniel Sturridge amidst interests from West Ham United..
Fenerbahce are ready to swoop in on Manchester City winger Jesus Navas according to reports. The Spaniard's contract at the Etihad runs out in the summer and this deal looks like it could happen.
16 - No duo has created more chances for each other in the @premierleague this season than @paulpogba and @Ibra_official. Partners. pic.twitter.com/H2avcqZpe4— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 28, 2016
16 - No duo has created more chances for each other in the @premierleague this season than @paulpogba and @Ibra_official. Partners. pic.twitter.com/H2avcqZpe4
Juventus and Inter Milan are reportedly monitoring Moussa Sissoko's situation at Tottenham. The midfielder has struggled at White Hart Lane since his £30M switch in the summer from Newcastle United.
29-year-old Belgian defender, Jan Vertonghen has put pen to paper, as he extends his stay at White Hart Lane to 2019.
We are delighted to announce that @JanVertonghen has signed a new contract with the Club, which will run until 2019. ✍🏼 #COYS pic.twitter.com/kjIcCVJtsE— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 2, 2016
We are delighted to announce that @JanVertonghen has signed a new contract with the Club, which will run until 2019. ✍🏼 #COYS pic.twitter.com/kjIcCVJtsE
Speaking to Sky Sports, Henrikh Mkhitaryan no regrets over joining Manchester United. "But if I'm being honest, I'm very happy with the way my life has turned out. It was always my dream to play for the biggest clubs in the world."
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that defender Mathieu Debuchy is out for six weeks with a hamstring injury. The Frenchman has only made a single appearance for Gunners this season and is expected to be unavailable till New Year.
Crystal Palace defender Pape Souare fears that he will not be able to continue his career after he endured a horrific crash in September. The Senegal international broke his jaw and thigh bone in the accident in London.
Even without a game to play, 130,000 Atlético Nacional fans pay tribute to Chapecoense inside & outside the stadium. pic.twitter.com/XQIuvW7wFT— Transfer Sources (@TransferSources) December 2, 2016
Even without a game to play, 130,000 Atlético Nacional fans pay tribute to Chapecoense inside & outside the stadium. pic.twitter.com/XQIuvW7wFT
Leicester City and Genk have agreed on a £15 million signing fee for Wilfred Ndidi according to rumors. Fine details and a work permit needs to be sorted out now before the defender can make his way to the King Power stadium.
According to Turkish media outlet fanatik,, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is set to swoop in for Fenerbache's Simon Kjaer in a bid to bolster his side's defensive options in January. The 27-year-old Dane has played 35 games for the Turkish giants since joining from Lille in 2015 and is highly rated.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Henrikh Mkhitaryan has no regrets over joining Manchester United. "But if I'm being honest, I'm very happy with the way my life has turned out. It was always my dream to play for the biggest clubs in the world."
Manchester United will have to pay Monaco £8.4m when striker Anthony Martial scores one more goal. A clause in his contract states that the payment must be made when the striker reaches 25 club goals. The total fee for the 20-year-old French striker could reach an astonishing £61.2m.
Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed that the sale of AC Milan is on the right path. The President had agreed to sell the club to Sino-Europe Sports, but rumors are flying around calling the politician out over a lack of funds.
"When you have a manager who actually believes in you, you actually enjoy going out there to play football again.", says PFA Fan's Premier League Player of the Month winner, Victor Moses on Antonio Conte.