Manchester United striker Anthony Martial is reportedly close to making his much-speculated move to Serie A Champions Juventus, according to reports.
The Frenchman is being a source of transfer rumours since January after he was dropped to the bench by Mourinho so as to integrate Alexis Sanchez into his starting lineup.
The 22-year-old was tipped to head to head towards Old Trafford’s exit door this summer with Juventus, Chelsea and Arsenal looking at the prospect of acquiring his signature ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.
French media publication RMC revealed that the striker is frustrated with his present situation at the Theater of Dreams and he has decided to partway with José Mourinho this summer.
While reacting to the winger’s decision to end his four-year stay with the Premier League giants, Martial’s agent Lamboley told RMC that his client is has put many things into consideration and has made up of his mind to join other clubs this summer.
RMC also report that Juventus are yet to agree to financial terms with the Red Devils for his signature.
However, Arsenal and Chelsea were linked with the 22-year-old player at some point last month but both clubs are set to miss out on the Frenchman.
It remains unknown if Juventus are ready to pay £70m which will as set by United’s hierarchy as the player’s price tag.
Liverpool edging closer to big deal
English Premier League leaders Liverpool are believed to be close to sealing a deal for Red Bull Salzburg striker Moanes Dabour before the end of this January transfer window.
While the report claims that the Merseyside club are in pole position to land Moanes Dabour, it adds that the Reds are still unsure whether to table a bid or not.
This could therefore delay a deal for the Israel international and the Reds could just miss out on his signature knowing that he has got a number of suitors who are also ready to land him before the end of this winter window.
It is alleged that the Reds are making efforts to replace Dominic Solanke who has gone to join Bournemouth with Moanes Dabour so as to add more options to the team’s attack.
However, Transfer Market Web confirms that the Reds are close to sealing a deal for Moanes Dabour but failed to state when the deal could be confirmed.
The report claims that the Reds are considering to submit an offer of £22 million for the star forward who is also being linked with a move to Fulham, Valencia, and Leeds.
Meanwhile, the Reds are still top of the Premier League table and they hope their current crop of players can help them through.
Star player pushing for Liverpool exit as he awaits offers
Emerging reports claim that Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge is still keen on leaving the Anfield this January winter transfer window as he awaits the right offers.
The report claims that Daniel Sturridge expects to move to the US topflight league MLS, having held talks with some teams in the league.
The 29-year-old is currently in his last six months as a Liverpool player according to his contract which makes him free to speak to suitors in this January window.
Liverpool are yet to have any discussion with the star player over a new deal which signals that he is on his way out.
More so, the fact that he has not been handed playing time as he has failed to break into the team hints that he is not in the plans of manager Jurgen Klopp.
Last season, Daniel Sturridge got offers from China but refused to leave as he was bent on fighting for a shirt at the Anfield which has failed to yield any result.
However, the Reds are expected to listen to offers for the player and hand him is wish to leave or risk losing him for free when his contract expires at the end of the season.
End of the road for Liverpool as target gets new bumper deal
Liverpool have reached the end of the road in their pursuit of RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner as he is already being offered a whopping deal of £100,000-a-week by his German side, according to Bild
This, therefore, means that the Reds will no longer be able to land the star player as he will not be available anymore excepts if he rejects the offer from his German side.
Suggestions are that the development is more of a blow to Tottenham than the Reds knowing that the North London outfit are also keen on the player and they have got no enough option at the attack.
Tottenham have lost Harry Kane to injury which would have been the best opportunity to land Timo Werner so he could serve as a cover for the injured England international.
Timo Werner has been impressive this season to continue his fine goalscoring form of last season. He scored a total of 42 goals in his first two seasons which makes the club keen on keeping him.
However, the reaction of the German international o the £100,000 offer handed to him would be made known in coming days as he is yet to confirm the offer.
Turkish side end Liverpool’s hope of January addition
English Premier League outfit Liverpool had thought that they will bring back Steven Caulker to help the squad through the second half of the season, especially with the number of injuries in the team.
But that will no longer happen as he has been snapped up by Turkish side Aytemiz Alanyaspor.
The England international defender is also respected at the Anfield and has been tipped to help serve as a defensive replacement but that will no longer happen with the latest development.
Steven Caulker joined Liverpool on loan in 2016 and was able to secure just six appearances under manager Jurgen Klopp before he found his way out as he could not break into the team.
With the situation at the Merseyside club where Virgil Van Dijk is only available central defender makes it necessary for the German boss to look out for an option and he was believed to be willing to return Steven Caulker on a loan spell knowing that he has improved in his game.
However, the Reds boss might not go ahead with other signings having lost out on Steven Caulker having earlier stated that he was not interested in this winter transfer window especially if his players remain fit although.
Man United Join Race To Sign €50m-rated Target
Premier League giants Manchester United have joined the race to sign AS Roma winger Cengiz Under according to widespread media reports.
The Daily Mirror claim that the Red Devils are the latest team to show an interest in Turkish international star Under.
Other Premier League sides like Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Arsenal have all been mentioned as potential transfer destinations for the young winger.
German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have also registered an interest in the player.
Cengiz Under is a versatile attacker that can play at the tip of the attack or on either wing (left wing and right wing).
He has built a reputation as one of the most exciting young players on the European football scene since his transfer from Turkish Super Lig Istanbul Basaksehir at the start of last season.
Cengiz Under played a big role for the Italian capital club as they reached the semifinals of last season’s Champions League.
Under and AS Roma were beaten by Premier League leaders Liverpool on aggregate in their semifinal meeting in the Champions League last season.
His good form for AS Roma has continued into this season with six goals scored in addition to six assists in all competitions.
Liverpool still unsure of January tranfer for midfield maestro
From Emerging reports, English Premier League leaders Liverpool are yet to make up their mind over a move for French Ligue 1 outfit Lyon star Nabil Fekir.
Although it has been established that the Reds are keen on alternatives in the team and have shown interest in the star player which could ensure a deal before the end of the January winter transfer window.
The reports claim that the Merseyside are now in the dilemma of moving for the French Ligue 1 star or English Premier League outfit Brighton star Pascal Gross.
Pascal Gross has been in fine form of recent which makes the Reds consider a move for him with the intention of tabling £15 million for his signature rather than the Ligue 1 star.
Reports claim that the Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is a big fan of Pascal Gross and sees him as a better option to Nabil Fekir.
Pascal Gross has got big experience and knowledge of the Premier League which remains an advantage for him in addition to his style of play which is admired by the German boss.
Meanwhile, the former Borussia Dortmund boss has hinted that he is happy with his squad and will not be involved in any transfer this winter window.
Denis Suarez Is Bookmakers’ Favourite Player To Join Arsenal
Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez has emerged as the favorite player to join Arsenal in the current January transfer window.
This is according to bookmakers SkyBet via Football London.
Denis Suarez, 25, is the favourite player to join North London giants Arsenal this month at the odds of 8/13 ahead of China-based forward Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco (9/4), Chelsea centre back Gary Cahill (4/1) and the Barcelona forward duo of Malcom (9/1) and French World Cup winner Ousmane Dembele (12/1).
Spanish international star Denis Suarez has not been able to break into the first XI at Barcelona under the guidance of manager Ernesto Valverde.
He has rarely featured for Barcelona in the Spanish La Liga this season with the majority of his appearances coming in the cup competitions namely the Champions League and the Spanish Copa Del Rey.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery is keen to reunite with Denis Suarez whom he worked with at Spanish club Sevilla in 2015.
When asked about a possible transfer for the Spaniard in one of his recent press conferences, Unai Emery said that a deal for him is not close before he added that he’s happy with the crop of players at his disposal.
Arsenal fans have been left disappointed with the inactivity of the club in the January transfer window despite the long-term injuries suffered by important players Rob Holding and Danny Welbeck.
Sky Sports reporter hints on expectation for Higuain, Wilson Chelsea move
English Premier League outfit Chelsea are the only big side that have completed a deal in this winter transfer window and they are yet to add more before the end of the month.
The Blues are lacking a cutting edge in their attack and they wish to have a solution in order to record a successful second half of the season.
The likes of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud are not in good goalscoring form which makes it necessary for the West London side to make moves for new additions.
However, Chelsea have been linked with Argentina international and AC Milan star Gonzalo Higuain and Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson with the hope of having their signature in this winter window.
Sky Sports reporter Rob Dorsett has therefore given the hint that the West London side will not be bringing both strikers to the club but will rather move in for one.
According to give, the Argentina international remains the first option for manager Maurizio Sarri but a move will be made for the Premier League striker should the deal for Higuain fails to work through.
Meanwhile, the Italian Serie A side are keen to stop the player from leaving the club this winter window.
Why Chelsea will no longer move for Hirving Lozano
It has been revealed that English Premier League side Chelsea might no longer move in for PSV winger Hirving Lozano in this winter window.
This has been traced to the fact that the West London side sealed a move for German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic some days back.
The Blues were the first to announce a major deal among other big Premier League sides for Christian Pulisic and immediately loaned him back until the end of the season.
However, the West London side were interested in the signature of Hirving Lozano but there are suggestions he would no longer move that direction because of the number of wingers already on ground at the Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Italian Serie A outfits Napoli and Inter Milan are all reported to be keen on the signature of the star player and with the latest development from the Premier League side, they will now stand a better chance on landing Hirving Lozano.
The winger is believed to be interested in a move away from PSV and reports claim that he will jump at any luring deal that would be placed on the table for him.
Chelsea are now interested in the signature of attackers that will replace Alvaro Morata, who is not in good goalscoring form.
Three Teams Table £15m Bid For Marouane Fellaini
Three teams are reportedly interested in a transfer for Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
According to the report from the Daily Mirror, the three teams are keen on a £15m raid on Manchester United for the Belgian international star.
Portuguese champions FC Porto, seven-time European champions AC Milan and Chinese Super League outfit Guangzhou Evergrande are all in a battle to sign the Red Devils player.
Manchester United are open to the idea of selling Marouane Fellaini who has been reduced to a peripheral figure at the club since ex-Red Devils striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge of the team.
Norwegian tactician Solskjaer was appointed the interim manager of Manchester United in December after the last permanent manager, Jose Mourinho, lost his job in the wake of a disastrous start to this season.
Fellaini has played just once since the aforementioned Solskjaer became the Manchester United manager.
His sole appearance came earlier this month in the FA Cup third round clash against English Championship side Reading at Old Trafford.
The 31-year-old came on as a second-half substitute in that cup game against the Royals.
He was previously a regular starter while Jose Mourinho was still the manager at Old Trafford.
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