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Wednesday’s transfer rumors – Martial could leave Man Utd in January

Marco Asensio Real Madrid, Anthony Martial - Man United, Andreas Christensen - Chelsea
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

Asensio reconsidering Real Madrid future

Marco Asensio decided to stay put at Real Madrid despite offers from several clubs over the summer.

However, the Spaniard is now reconsidering that decision as he struggles for consistent minutes on the pitch under Carlo Ancelotti, as per Cadena Ser.

The forward is yet to make the Real Madrid starting XI this season. He has featured five times across all competitions in 2021-22 so far, but all his appearances have come off the bench.

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Martial moving towards Man Utd exit?

Anthony Martial could leave Manchester United as early as in the January transfer window, reports Eurosport.

FC Barcelona has emerged as a possible destination for the 25-year-old, with the La Liga giants reportedly willing to take a chance on the out-of-sorts attacker.

The Frenchman, whose current contract at Old Trafford runs for three more years, is also open to staying in the Premier League.

Christensen close to renewing with Chelsea

Chelsea center-back Andreas Christensen is close to committing his future long-term future to the club, according to The Sun.

The Denmark international, whose current contract expires in less than a year, is ready to put pen to paper on fresh terms that would see a significant increase in his wages – from £78,000 per week to £120,000.

Christensen has become an integral part of the Chelsea squad under Thomas Tuchel, and an official announcement over his renewal can be expected soon.

Milan identify Kessie replacement

AC Milan are searching for a replacement for Franck Kessie, who could leave the club on a free transfer next summer.

Real Betis midfielder William Carvalho is an option. The Rossoneri could make the move for Carvalho next year, possibly with the intention of signing him on loan with an option to buy. [Calcio Mercato]