The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Real Madrid plot sensational swap deal for Salah
Eden Hazard could be heading for a return to the Premier League in a potential transfer swap deal for Mohamed Salah.
Real Madrid reportedly plan to offer the former Chelsea winger to Liverpool as part of a cash plus swap deal. The Spanish giants have held a long-term interest in Salah. And with Hazard’s best days seemingly behind him, they’re ready to make a rather daring offer. [Ekrem Konur]
Manchester United won’t sack Solskjaer
Despite a costly 4-2 Premier League defeat to Leicester City on Saturday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job is not under threat.
The Manchester United manager ‘has a lot of credit in the bank at board level’. Therefore, even in light of some poor results, the club chiefs have no plans to part with Solskjaer. [The Athletic]
Newcastle’s January transfer budget revealed
The Magpies’ new owners have a planned transfer budget of £50 million set for January.
Despite FFP rules allowing Newcastle to invest up to £190 million, PIF may only spend a fraction of that sum. The owners intend to play it slow and manage expectations for now. The plan is to learn more about football and to make new appointments within the club, such as hiring a sporting director and CEO. [Sunday Telegraph]
Arsenal enter the race for Leeds target Cabral
The Gunners are reportedly among ‘a number’ of Premier League clubs with a transfer interest in Arthur Cabral.
The FC Basel striker caught Leeds United’s interest over the summer. Tottenham, Everton, West Ham, Brighton, and Southampton have also kept tabs on his progress in Switzerland. [TEAMtalk]
Bayern Munich step up interest in Adeyemi
The Bundesliga champions have stepped up their interest in a transfer for RB Salzburg striker Karim Adeyemi.
The 19-year-old’s agent, Thomas Solomon, and his father, Abbey Adeyemi, held talks with Bayern Munich recently. A deal is far from done, but it seems the Bavarians are keen to get one over the line. [Goal – in German]