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Juventus’ Paulo Dybala set to leave, listen to offers

Juventus' Paulo Dybala set to leave, listen to offers
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The January 2022 transfer window is open (see when it closes here), and there’s a lot of gossip swirling around who’s going to move in. Transfer Talk brings you the latest news on rumors, comings and goings, and of course, expired deals!

Important story: Dybala prepares to leave Juventus, listen to offers

Juventus striker Paulo Dybala He will not extend his contract, which expires in the summer, and will instead listen to offers from other clubs, according to TyC.

Dybala, 28, has been in extension talks with Juventus since 2020, and although a deal was agreed, the Italian club reportedly changed the terms of the agreement. This prompted Dybala to make the drastic decision to leave on a free transfer after seven seasons in Turin, and there will be plenty of suitors.

The Argentine international, who scored six goals and assisted three others in 15 league games with Juventus this season, was a declared target for Manchester United, Barcelona and Tottenham in the previous transfer periods. He is now able to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with clubs outside of Italy to move in a free transfer deal in the summer of 2022.

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11.30 GMT: Arsenal want €80m Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, But can they convince him to join?

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Ahead of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Liverpool, Ali Moreno dismissed the idea that Arsenal could attract the best players to the club.

10.47 GMT: Manchester United will prioritize a new contract for Marcus Rashford This summer, sources told ESPN, despite concerns within the club about the striker continuing to look for his best form.

The 24-year-old’s current time at Old Trafford expires in June 2023, although United have the option to extend those terms for another 12 months, which sources said they fully intend to do in order to secure the England international to the club until the end of the season. 2023-24.

After I saw the midfielders Paul Pogba And Jesse Lingard Both entering the final six months of their contracts at United this month and preparing to leave as free agents in the summer, the Old Trafford hierarchy is determined to avoid a similar situation arising with Rashford, who has become one of the club’s most famous. Players since he scored twice on his debut as an 18-year-old against FC Midtjylland in February 2016.

Sources told ESPN that United are confident Rashford is ready to dedicate his future to the club, but the player’s loss of form is an issue the coaching staff and VIPs are determined to tackle.

10.29 GMT: River Plate star Julian Alvarez He has attracted a lot of interest and, according to ESPN Argentina Javier Gil Navarro, there are already four European clubs willing to try to sign him.

At the moment there are no negotiations between the clubs but Navarro says Napoli, Atalanta, Nice and another European club are closely monitoring the situation.

The 21-year-old striker wants to move in order to boost his chances of traveling to Qatar 2022 with Argentina, but ESPN Argentina points out that his exit will not be easy as none of the interested clubs are willing to pay his $20 million release clause. .

10.03 GMT: Celta Vigo boss Carlos Moreno has revealed to ESPN Deportes that he has tried to sign the Mexico star. Diego Linez Before moving to Real Betis.

The 21-year-old Lainez signed LaLiga from Club America in 2019 for around $14 million.

“I think there is a lot of interest [in Mexican players] Moreno told ESPN days after his team finalized the signing of the 25-year-old Mexico midfielder. Urbelin Pineda as a free agent.

10.00 GMT: Barcelona ended the loan of the midfielder Youssef Demir From Rapid Vienna, to avoid paying a €10m fee to sign him permanently upon his tenth appearance with the club.

Demir, 18, has been brought into the first team this season and has played nine times competitively. But a clause in his loan deal would have seen a €10m fee charged if he played another match, something cash-strapped Barcelona were not willing to do.

“Barcelona and Rapid have reached an agreement to end the loan of Yusuf Demir, who will return to the Austrian club,” the statement read.

09.52 GMT: The Brazilian team Palmeiras has reached an agreement on personal terms with Lucas Alario But it still needs to negotiate with Bayer Leverkusen to complete the signing of the Argentine striker, according to ESPN Brazil.

Alario, 29, moved to the Bundesliga in 2017 but appears set to return to South America after talks with Palmeiras progressed in the past few days.

09.16 GMT: Everton left back Lucas Denny Complete the transfer to Aston Villa for a fee of around £25m.

Deeney, 28, fell out with Everton boss Rafa Benitez and requested a transfer, quickly snatching the former Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Barcelona defender from Villa.

Villa president Steven Gerrard said: “When Lucas became available, we took the opportunity to bring him to the club. Signing a player of his origin and quality in the January window is a fantastic addition to our squad and sparks his arrival for me and everyone associated with Aston Villa.”

09.11 GMT: Corinthians president Dulio Montero Alves has said that while it is virtually impossible for his club to sign for Manchester United. Edinson Cavani Now, he will keep trying.

Cavani, 34, is free to negotiate with other clubs, as his contract with United expires this summer, and the Brazilian side wants him to lead his team in the Copa Libertadores. However, the Uruguayan striker is said to prefer to move within Europe.

“Cavani has six months left on his contract,” Monteiro Alves told a news conference. “For me, it’s a very difficult thing, but I have to try. Today I think it is practically impossible, Manchester will not release him, they have the word of the coach, the center of the club, but we continue our search. The Corinthians players can make sure of that. That, in time, And with great responsibility, we will bring No. 9 to the Corinthian level.”

Monteiro Alves also denied reports that Corinthians could not afford to sign a big name.

“No one is irresponsible,” he said. “The numbers are there. It is possible to do it. We have to improve a lot, but the start has already been made … and this allows us to dream with Cavani, (Luis) Suarez, Diego Costa.”

09.00 GMT: Newcastle have signed the striker Chris Wood From Burnley on a release clause of £25m.

08.30 GMT: Mikel Arteta Says Arsenal He can still attract the best players in the world despite a five-year absence from the Champions League.

The club’s last appearance came in 2017 and this campaign is the first time in 25 years that they have had no European football at all after finishing the Premier League last season in eighth place. However, Arteta is undergoing a major rebuilding after spending £140m on five new deals last summer and is looking to make more additions this month.

“Historically this club has always targeted the best players in the world and the best players in the world have always been interested in coming here and I can say the situation has not changed,” Arteta told a news conference.

“Every time I spoke to any player they were very willing to come. I have never faced any other situation and that is one of our biggest strengths. Our ability to get people to come and join our club is fantastic. This is an advantage for us.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo He told ESPN Brasil that “anything is possible” when it comes to the prospect of playing in Brazil. In an exclusive interview, Ronaldo – who has recently been linked with a move away from Manchester United – said he has great respect for what he calls his ‘sister country’. The 36-year-old is rumored to be unhappy with the way United are doing, so a move to Brazil, where he can live near his sister, is not far from the possibilities.

– Newcastle United remain active in January as they look to bolster their squad in the upcoming relegation battle, and Jason Burt in the Daily Telegraph Reports indicate that the Magpie has made a new offer to buy Seville for Diego Carlos. The report came after Newcastle signed the striker Chris Wood From Burnley for £25m, we hope 28-year-old defender Carlos – whose move could cost £40m – will help fill in the gaps in Newcastle’s defence. In another effort to strengthen their squad, Newcastle are also said to be interested Todd Cantwell From Norwich City. The 23-year-old midfielder will cost the region £15m, according to Rudy Galletti.

– Newcastle are also said to be launching a bold bid to sign RB Leipzig’s Amadou Hydra From under the noses of Manchester United, according to the Daily Mail. The 23-year-old midfielder has been linked with Ralf Rangnick’s side, but Newcastle are said to match the £80m asking price from Leipzig. Hydara is currently playing for Mali in the African Nations Cup.

– Genoa is close to moving to Nadim Amiri From Bayer Leverkusen, according to Niccolo Chira. The Germany international tested positive for COVID last Friday and may move to Italy when the quarantine period ends, rather than return to playing for the Bundesliga team. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder last played in Leverkusen’s 2-2 draw against FC Union Berlin last week, playing 12 games in total this season, scoring once.

Italian Udinese continues its activity in the January transfer window and is said to be close to signing Pablo Mari On loan from Arsenal, reports Fabrizio Romano. Marie has been attracting admiring glances from Sampdoria, but it is Udinese who now look superb to take the Spaniard on loan for the rest of the season.

Aside from the aforementioned Marie loan, Arsenal are also looking to make room in their squad for new faces that could include the Juventus midfielder. Arthur Melo And Leicester City star Yuri Tillmans. That’s according to Goal, who believes talks have taken place between Arsenal and Juventus over a loan deal that will see the 25-year-old join up until the end of the season. Meanwhile, Arsenal have also allegedly spoken to Tillmans’ agent about a possible move. The 24-year-old Belgian has 18 months left on his contract at King Power Stadium and is not expected to sign an extension.

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