The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Chelsea & PSG to rival Real Madrid for Alaba
David Alaba appears set to leave Bayern Munich once his contract expires next summer. His possible availability has alerted interest from across Europe, with Real Madrid allegedly being the defender’s preferred destination.
But Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are also very interested and could tempt Alaba with big-money offers. [Marca]
Alli set to leave Spurs in January
Tottenham have decided to allow Dele Alli to leave once the January transfer window opens ‘out of respect’ for his five years at the club.
Daniel Levy, however, wants full market value for Alli. Considering the midfielder’s lack of regular game time this season and the current financial climate, that appears unlikely. The Spurs chairman, therefore, would consider a six-month loan deal with Paris Saint-Germain. [Telegraph]
Juventus want Pogba loan deal
Amid claims from his own agent, Mino Raiola, it’s time for him to leave Manchester United, Paul Pogba has again been linked with Real Madrid.
But former club Juventus are keen for a reunion and are plotting to test United’s resolve by offering to take the Frenchman on loan in January. The deal, however, would include an obligation to buy in the summer. [Mirror]
Arsenal make Saliba available for a transfer
William Saliba hasn’t played even once for Arsenal since confirming a €30m transfer from Saint-Etienne in 2019. After spending last season on loan at his former club, he headed to London for this term.
According to club insiders, Mikel Arteta and his coaching staff allegedly believe the defender isn’t ready for Premier League football. The Arsenal boss, therefore, has made Saliba available for a transfer. [Eurosport]
Getafe eye Kubo loan deal
Takefusa Kubo hasn’t played a full 90-minute match in La Liga this season for Villarreal. The 19-year-old has had to settle for a bit-part role and is now seeking a return to parent club Real Madrid due to Unai Emery’s lack of faith.
Los Blancos plan to assess Kubo’s situation in January, with fellow Madrid-based side Getafe keen to sign the Japanese youngster if he leaves Villarreal. [Marca]