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Arsenal are considering a £75million move for Moises Caicedo and could face Chelsea once again in the transfer market as the race for the Brighton midfielder intensifies.

Newcastle United will end their interest in Anthony Gordon and leave the winger stranded at Everton unless the Premier League rivals lower their £60m asking price.

Everton are eyeing former Stoke City and West Ham United striker Marko Arnautovic as a potential emergency signing in January as they face a battle to stay in the Premier League.

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The Transfer Show’s Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol round up the latest transfer news from all 20 Premier League clubs.

Chelsea are ready to compete with Liverpool for Wolves’ Matheus Nunes as they step up their pursuit of midfielders in the summer.


Chelsea would rather move troubled Hakim Ziyech to Roma than a Premier League rival.

AC Milan are among several clubs monitoring Joao Cancelo’s situation at Manchester City.

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Newcastle are in talks to sign Anthony Gordon from Everton after the striker missed training with the club at Goodison Park, Kave Solhekol has revealed.

Newcastle have reportedly made a third bid for Flamengo wonderkid Matheus Franca.

“Milan” is going to acquire “Newcastle” unfavorable star Alain Saint-Maximin on loan, RIA Novosti reports.


Aston Villa are considering making a formal bid for Luis Henrique following interest in the Real Betis striker.

Everton are not abandoning their plans to appoint Marcelo Bielsa as their new manager, but face the prospect of paying at least £11million a year to land their No.1 target.

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After Tottenham made a last-minute signing for Arnaut Danjuma, Everton are now looking elsewhere this transfer window and Hakim Ziyech could be a contender.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is of interest to Brighton, but any deal could depend on whether Liverpool are willing to let the midfielder leave for free this month.

Eight illegal gamblers, including two from England, have been banned from Twenty20 matches in South Africa in the first two weeks of the SA20 competition amid corruption concerns.


Sporting Lisbon have inquired about the possibility of signing Brighton & Hove Albion player Tariq Lamptey on loan.


Chelsea are interested in Everton midfielder Amadou Onana as a possible alternative to Enzo Fernandez and Moses Caicedo.

Steph Houghton has emerged as the frontrunner to become the PFA’s first president in its 116-year history.


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Check out part two of our pick of the best January Premier League transfers.

Sean Dyche has re-emerged as the favorite to take charge at Goodison Park as doubts grew over Marcelo Bielsa’s enthusiasm for the job.

Juventus’ off-field problems are escalating after claims in Italy that more than 20 players, including Cristiano Ronaldo, received €90m (£79.5m) in back wages.


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The Good Morning Transfers team discuss who they believe have been the biggest transfer steals of recent seasons

“Brighton and Hove Albion” rejected the offer of “RB Leipzig” midfielder Amadou Haidara.


One bookmaker has already paid Arsenal to win the Premier League. one fan took home £14,000.

Barcelona are in talks to sign Marco Asensio from Real Madrid.


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Bild TV presenter Valentina Mazeri gives an insight into Harry Kane’s potential move to Bayern Munich this summer and whether Bellingham will leave or stay at Borussia Dortmund.

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has reportedly been ‘offered’ to Inter Milan as the striker’s agent Alejandro Camano attempts to seal a pre-contract agreement.


Galatasaray are planning a shock move for Rangers comeback star Yanis Hagi, and his famous father’s Romanian club chairman, George Hagi, hopes they can complete the deal this month.

Kevin Nisbett could beat Ryan Porteous through the Hibs exit door.

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