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EPL Big Six Interested In Defender, Madrid Join Race To Sign Top Midfielder, Pogba Contract Update

VALENCIA ARE FAVOURITES TO SIGN CHELSEA GOALKEEPER

Kepa is set to take to pay cut and go out on loan to help revive his career with Valencia the favorites to sign the Spanish goalkeeper.

CONTE REVEALS HE WANTED VAN DIJK AND LUKAKU AT CHELSEA DURING HIS TIME AS MANAGER

Conte: “I asked for two players and we were very, very close after we won the league. the players were Romelu Lukaku and Virgil van Dijk, and these two players were very, very close.” Antonio Conte has revealed during his time as Chelsea manager.

PORTO ON THE VERGE OF SENDING FELIPE ANDERSON BACK TO WEST HAM

Felipe Anderson could be back at West Ham in January as Porto are considering terminating the loan deal that took him to Portugal, Record reports. The 27-year-old has struggled for regular game time since making the move to Porto and is set to be sent back to the Premier League.

ARSENAL TRIED TO SIGN DIOGO JOTA IN 2016

Arsenal attempted to sign Diogo Jota in 2016 but the Liverpool star opted to join Atletico Madrid instead, according to The Athletic. 

PREMIER LEAGUE BIG SIX INTERESTED IN SERGIO RAMOS

All of the Premier League's 'big six' have shown interest in signing Sergio Ramos, claims 90min. 

PAUL POGBA CONTRACT UPDATE

Paul Pogba is weighing up the merits of allowing his Manchester United contract to run out in order to leave the club on a free transfer and have his pick of Europe elite teams, according to The Athletic. 

REAL MADRID JOIN RACE TO SIGN GEORGINIO WIJNALDUM

Real Madrid have joined Inter Milan and Barcelona in the race for Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, according to Corriere dello Sport. Both Inter and Real Madrid could consider to sign the 30-year-old Dutch international already in January, but they don’t mind waiting to sign him on a free transfer in the summer.



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