The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Sterling & Jesus set for new Man City contracts
Manchester City have secured Pep Guardiola’s future as manager and now turned their attention to their star players. Kevin De Bruyne has already indicated he is open to signing fresh terms.
Next up is Raheem Sterling, who is under contract until June 2023. The 25-year-old is only just beginning to peak and City want to ensure they have the best of him by offering a deal worth around £350,000 a week. [Mirror]
Isco wants out of Real Madrid
Isco is out of favor at Real Madrid and recently voiced his frustrations about it. In fact, he has made just three starts under Zinedine Zidane in all competitions this season. An exit, therefore, appears inevitable.
The Spain international has now informed Real Madrid of plans to leave amid interest from Arsenal and Manchester City. [Marca]
Becks targets Giroud for Inter Miami
Olivier Giroud hasn’t started a single Premier League game all season for Chelsea. He appears set for a January exit in a bid to make France’s squad for next summer’s European championship.
Staying in Europe would probably be his preferred option, but David Beckham has other ideas. The Inter Miami owner wants more big-name signings to help strengthen his squad for the new MLS season. [Mirror]
Pep begins his search for Aguero successor
Sergio Aguero is out of contract in 2021 and appears set to leave.
Manchester City still hope to tie him down to another contract, but Pep Guardiola has begun searching for a successor. The manager has made it a priority and has already shortlisted Benfica’s Darwin Nunez. [Sunday Telegraph – subscription required]
Inter to trade Eriksen for Fred?
Christian Eriksen may be out of favor at Inter Milan, but he is still a wanted man elsewhere. Particularly in the Premier League, it seems.
The former Tottenham star has been subject to alleged interest from Arsenal over the past week. But Manchester United could be another destination, with Inter interested in trading him for Fred. [Football Italia]
Henderson wants to leave Man United
Making the odd appearance in cup competitions isn’t what Dean Henderson needs. The goalkeeper is playing second fiddle to David de Gea at Manchester United, but he hopes to make the England squad for next summer’s European championship.
This desire has made Henderson ‘desperate’ to seek a loan exit in January amid interest from Leeds, Brighton, and Bournemouth. [The Sun]