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Tuesday’s transfer rumors – Nagelsmann in line to replace Mourinho

Jose Mourinho of Tottenham, Julian Nagelsmann of RB Leipzig
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

BVB join hunt for Serie A defender

Borussia Dortmund have become the latest club to get involved in the pursuit of Nikola Milenkovic.

Those at Westfalenstadion have even initiated talks with the agent of the Italian center-back as well as Fiorentina over a possible transfer.

Elsewhere, Manchester United and Liverpool are also keen on signing Milenkovic and have held discussions with Fiorentina as well. [Sky Sports]

Liverpool starlet pens first pro deal.

Nagelsmann to take over at Spurs?

Julian Nagelsmann is in line to replace Jose Mourinho at Tottenham.

A run of four defeats in their last five matches in the Premier League has seen Tottenham slip down to ninth in the standings.

Spurs have already started preparing for life after the Portuguese tactician amid the team’s poor form. Should they decide to sack him, the RB Leipzig boss will become their top target. [The Telegraph]

Barcelona step up Isak pursuit.

FC Barcelona have “intensified their interest” in Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isak.

The Catalan giants are desperate to bring in a new No.9 in the summer as they are only left with Martin Braithwaite ever since Luis Suarez’s departure in September.

21-year-old Isak has a €70 million release clause on his Sociedad contract which runs through to 2024.

Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, and Lyon’s Memphis Depay are the other players Barcelona are following. [ESPN]

Ibarra completes move to Atlanta 

London rivals to fight for Henderson

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is a transfer target for both Tottenham and Chelsea.

The London clubs are ready to battle it out for the England international who has grown exasperated with the lack of opportunities under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Having made just two starts in the Premier League this season, the 23-year-old has played second-fiddle to David De Gea and will seek an exit next season if his situation doesn’t improve. [MEN]