Chelsea complete Denzel Dumfries as medical tests schedule for tomorrow

Chelsea complete Denzel Dumfries as medical tests schedule for tomorrow

 

Chelsea and Manchester United are pushing to sign Denzel Dumfries from Inter in January, La Gazzetta dello Sport claims.

The Blues are eyeing a new right-back after Reece James sustained another injury on Tuesday while the Red Devils are in the market to strengthen in the position too.

Chelsea complete Denzel Dumfries as medical tests schedule for tomorrow

Roberto eyes Barcelona stay

Sergi Roberto has revealed that he is prioritising staying with Barcelona despite bing linked with a clutch of Premier League teams.

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Arsenal have had their opening offer for Shakhtar Donetsk star Mykhaylo Mudryk rejected by the Ukrainian club.

The winger/forward has emerged as Mikel Arteta’s prime target in the January transfer window as the Gunners look to consolidate from a position of strength.

But their bid worth £55m has been flat-out rejected, with Shakhtar looking for £85m, according to the Telegraph.

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Pickford to Man United is possible

United are in the mix to sign Jordan Pickford but face competition from Chelsea and Tottenham, according to reports.

The Everton star is happy to commit to a new contract at Goodison Park, despite the Toffees enduring another difficult Premier League campaign.

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Liverpool pushing to sign Enzo Fernandez

Jude Bellingham has been the midfielder most often linked to Liverpool, Real Madrid are now thought to be his favoured destination.

Now, Marca claim, Jurgen Klopp is ready to turn his attention to another World Cup star.

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Done Deals

Daley Blind leaves Ajax

Daley Blind contract has been officially rescinded. Dutch defender leaves Ajax as he’s now available as free agent.

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Chicago Fire defender Jhon Espinoza departs for Switzerland’s FC Lugano

Chicago Fire FC have mutually agreed to part ways with defender Jhon Espinoza, the club announced Tuesday.

The 23-year-old Ecuador native will join FC Lugano in the Swiss Super League once the European transfer window opens in January. Both Chicago and Lugano are owned by Joe Man.

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