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Wednesday’s transfer rumours – Messi close in on Barcelona renewal

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The latest transfer rumours from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Van Aanholt looking for a way out to Fenerbahce

As reported by VOLEapp, Fenerbahce have contacted Patrick van Aanholt for a potential transfer. The Crystal Palace left-winger is running towards the end of his agreement and desires to work outside of the UK. The Dutchman spent most of his professional football career in England changing clubs year after year. Now, it seems like he will finally say goodbye to Palace after featuring for them since 2017.

Ramos vandalizing possible Mbappe deal

According to El Transistor OC director Jose Ramon de la Morena, Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is trying to sabotage a potential Kylian Mbappe transfer. The Spaniard is asking his colleagues to not accept any pay cuts, which will serve as funding for the signing of the French speedster. As it stands, Ramos is close to terminating his contract with Blancos, however, there are no movements regarding his future.

Emerson making a move for Barcelona

Real Betis defender Emerson is set to complete a €9 million transfer to Barcelona on Wednesday according to Goal. As a matter of fact, the Brazil international was purchased in partnership by the two Spanish teams from Atletico Mineiro back in 2019.

Ancelotti will not recruit James again

As mentioned by COPE, Carlo Ancelotti will not try to bring in James Rodriguez to Real Madrid again. The Italian tactician was announced as the new manager in the Spanish capital yesterday after Zinedine Zidane’s departure. If we can refresh our memories, the Columbian served under Ancelotti at Everton, Bayern Munich, and his first spell at Madrid.

Messi close in on Barcelona renewal

According to AS, the mercurial Argentine is in process of renewing his deal with Barcelona until 2023. As stated in the Spanish media outlet, Leo Messi is inching close to agreeing to a two-year resumption. It appears as if his relationship with the Catalan club has sobered up after an intense period of summer last year. Moreover, the arrival of his mate Sergio Aguero and the election of president Joan Laporta aided in convincing him to stay at Camp Nou.

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