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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Beckham plots a shock move for Ramos

Sunday's transfer rumors - Beckham plots a shock move for Ramos
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The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Beckham plots a move for Ramos

Sergio Ramos is out of contract at Real Madrid next summer and is yet to agree on any extension. The skipper’s future, therefore, is in doubt and appears to have alerted interest. David Beckham, for one, is already dreaming of signing his former teammate for his MLS franchise Inter Miami. [AS]

Man City to triple Foden’s salary

Phil Foden is already a regular in the Manchester City squad and appears set for a prominent role in the future. His growing importance hasn’t been lost on Pep Guardiola, who has given City ‘the green light’ to offer him a bumper new deal.

The 20-year-old, who earns £25,000 per week on his current contract, could see his wages tripled. [Star on Sunday]

Could Reinier return to Real Madrid?

Reinier has played just 105 minutes of football since joining Borussia Dortmund on a two-season loan deal. In fact, he hasn’t made a single start and wasn’t included in the squad for Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Bayern Munich.

The Brazilian’s lack of opportunities has left parent Real Madrid concerned. [AS]

West Ham eye €33m move for Dembele

Moussa Dembele has struggled to supply the goals for Lyon this season. He hasn’t scored in any of his nine appearances. Therefore, Lyon are prepared to sell the striker for around £30m (€33m). And it appears David Moyes is willing to step up his interest, with West Ham on ‘red alert’ [The Sun]

Man United outcast eyes January exit

Dean Henderson’s return has caused Sergio Romero to plummet further down the goalkeeping pecking order at Manchester United after a deadline day transfer to Everton fell through.

The Argentine is now training by himself and hoping for a fresh start away from Old Trafford once the January transfer window opens [The Sun].

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