The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Lewandowski to join Manchester City?
Robert Lewandowski’s agent, Pini Zahavi, reportedly believes a transfer to Manchester City next summer is possible.
After failed attempts to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham, City will be on the hunt for another striker. Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland is a probable target. But Lewandowski, who played under manager Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich, could be another player of interest.
The Poland international remains under contract at Bayern until the summer of 2023. [Bild – in German]
Arsenal & Liverpool in the mix for Sterling
Raheem Sterling has admitted he may leave Manchester City if things don’t improve amid alleged transfer interest from Barcelona.
The Blaugrana, though, are not the only ones interested. A new report alleges that four clubs are in the mix for the England international. These are Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle United, and Real Madrid. [Express]
Pedri agrees on a new deal with a €1bn release clause
The 18-year-old midfielder has agreed on a contract extension with Barcelona that includes a release clause worth €1 billion (£846m).
Pedri, whose new deal will run until June 2026, is set to sign it on Friday.
Sanches can leave Lille in January
Lille president Olivier Letang has revealed that he will allow Renato Sanches to leave the club in January for a big offer.
The Portugal international has revived his career in France and has been on Liverpool’s transfer radar since the summer. [Express]
Atletico Madrid duo set for new contracts
Goalkeeper Jan Oblak and midfielder Thomas Lemar are both on course for new contracts at Atletico Madrid.
With less than two years left on their current deals, Atletico plan to tie down their futures in order to ward off any transfer interest from rival clubs.
Lemar is on board with the idea of an extension. It’s only a matter of time before he commits. Atletico have also begun talks with Oblak’s representatives. [Sky Sports – in Spanish]