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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Liverpool begin talks for €22m Kabak

Sunday's transfer rumors - Liverpool begin talks for £20m Kabak
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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.

Liverpool begin talks for €22m Kabak

The Reds’ search for a new center-back has become an urgent matter following Virgil van Dijk’s long-term injury. Therefore, club chiefs have begun talks with Schalke over a move for Ozan Kabak.

An initial offer of £20m (€22m) plus add-ons is said to be in the pipeline for the 20-year-old defender. Although Schalke allegedly hope to bag around £30m (€27m) for a possible January transfer. [Mirror]

Wilshere off to the MLS?

After terminating his contract at West Ham, Jack Wilshere is on the lookout for a new club. The 28-year-old made just 19 appearances in a two-year spell with the Hammers, prompting him to leave the club once and for all.

Wilshere is currently training in a local park and admitted he is ‘open to Europe or wherever’ to continue his career, with the MLS allegedly a favored destination for the former Arsenal man. [Mirror]

Romero wants out after Man United snub

Dean Henderson’s return has dropped Sergio Romero down the pecking order at Manchester United. Opportunities to play, therefore, are practically non-existent. In fact, he hasn’t made the matchday squad even once this season.

So the 33-year-old goalkeeper’s omission from the club’s Premier League squad, which he allegedly discovered through social media, has prompted him to plan talks in regards to ending his contract at Old Trafford. [Daily Star]

Upamecano is Liverpool’s top target

Liverpool, as previously mentioned, have Ozan Kabak on their radar as a potential Virgil van Dijk replacement. But it appears another Bundesliga defender in Dayot Upamecano could be their top target.

The Frenchman’s side, RB Leipzig, is braced for a January approach from Liverpool and would be tempted to accept a £40m (€44m) offer. [Sunday World]

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