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Football Rumours on Thursday 25th January 2024
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  • Arsenal are chasing a deal for 20-year-old Paris-St Germain and Netherlands attacking midfielder Xavi Simons, who is on loan with RB Leipzig, as back-up to a move for Wolves' Portuguese forward Pedro Neto, 23.
    (Football Transfers)

  • Liverpool have joined Manchester City in the race to sign Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich, 28, from Bayern Munich.

  • Newcastle midfielder Miguel Almiron is a target for Saudi Arabian club Al-Shabab but the 29-year-old Paraguay international has told the Magpies he does not want to leave.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Chelsea are considering a move for Aston Villa's 20-year-old Colombia striker Jhon Duran, who has also been linked with West Ham.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Chelsea have set an asking price of £38m for 30-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, who is on loan at Italian club Roma.

  • Manchester United have turned down the chance to land Karim Benzema with the club refusing to enter talks due to what they claim are "exorbitant" sums involved in bringing the 36-year-old, who earns £86m a year, to Old Trafford.

  • Brentford have agreed a £2.6m fee with Swedish club Elfsborg for 22-year-old Iceland goalkeeper Hakon Valdimarsson.

  • Everton are also open to selling £60m-rated midfielder Amadou Onana, 22, this month, with Newcastle interested.
    (Football Transfers)

  • Luton Town are interested in Coventry City's 25-year-old English midfielder Ben Sheaf.

  • Crystal Palace are in talks with Blackburn Rovers over a move for midfielder Adam Wharton.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Newcastle's Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, 35, is considering his future at the club this summer.
    (i Sport)

  • West Ham have seen a £16m bid for Ghana wonderkid Ibrahim Osman rejected by his club Nordsjaelland.

  • Coventry City's English attacking midfielder Callum O'Hare, 25, is out of contract in the summer and being monitored by Southampton, Burnley and Leicester City.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Championship clubs are lining up for Liverpool's fringe stars this month, after Reds assistant boss Pep Lijnders said defenders Nat Phillips and Calvin Ramsay are likely to go out on loan in the last week of the transfer window.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Sunderland are looking to push through deals to sign Bournemouth striker Kieffer Moore and Barnsley midfielder Callum Styles.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Leeds United are seeking to sign Everton defender Ben Godfrey, who is also interesting Serie A side Genoa.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Liverpool have placed Crystal Palace defender Marc Guehi at the top of their shopping list to replace Joel Matip.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Manchester United are not expecting to sign a replacement for 28-year-old French forward Anthony Martial, who is set to be ruled out for 10 weeks after groin surgery.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Martial's injury has scuppered Manchester United's plans to sell him during the January transfer window.

  • Serie A club Genoa are interested in Everton's 26-year-old English defender Ben Godfrey.
    (Fabrizio Romano)

  • Bayern Munich have ended their pursuit of 33-year-old Newcastle United and England right-back Kieran Trippier.

  • Atletico Madrid are prepared to shell out £20m to land Matt O'Riley from Celtic in the summer.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Former Southampton manager Nathan Jones is reportedly a contender to take over at Charlton Athletic.


  • Roy Keane has admitted the dynamics of an international role appeal to him as he continues to be linked with the Republic of Ireland managerial vacancy.


  • Lionel Messi's move to Inter Miami has proved an astronomical success both on and off the field - with the club now worth an incredible $1.02bn following his arrival last summer.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Nottingham Forest face further financial turmoil if they go down this season as many of the squad do not have relegation wage-cutting clauses in their contracts.
    (Daily Mail)