Football Transfer and Rumours: Late October and November
Every month some or other news arises on football players getting linked with different clubs based on their performances be it good or bad. As we see the winter transfer window that lasts during the whole month of January approaching, we have some rumours that could excite you considering you follow teams as well.
There have been teams performing well this season whereas there are teams not performing the way they did last season. They must be looking to strengthen their sides to push towards a better finish in their respective leagues and based on that here are the transfer rumours for November for you.
Transfer rumours: Late October and November
With Manchester United not performing at their best level and new signing Rasmus Hojlund showing inconsistency in front of goal, the Red Devils are eyeing a cut-price transfer deal for in-form Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann and look to triple his wages to secure his approval.
Bayern Leverkusen are the new hotshot in the Bundesliga with no losses registered this term. Manager Xabi Alonso has been the influence they needed and for his prolifics, the former Real Madrid player is being linked with a move to Real Madrid in the later stages to replace Carlo Ancelotti.
David De Gea’s footballing turn of events was something nobody would have thought. The Red Devils legend has been without a club since leaving the Manchester-based club. Now maybe is the time for him to put on his gloves again with David Beckham eyeing his Football Transfers and Rumours: Late October and November for his side Inter Miami.
Arsenal are in for an out-and-out striker in their lineup and their search has brought him closer to a short list which now includes Dusan Vlahovic. The striker is also linked with Real Madrid but Arsenal have an upper hand with Thomas Partey to be included in the transfer deal to sweeten up the negotiations.
Arsenal if are able to pull off the Vlahovic deal, will need a new centre midfielder to replace the departing Thomas Partey and Mikel Arteta has set sights on Ruben Neves of Al-Hilal.
Borja Couce, the agent of Croatian and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric suggests that there is a possibility of a transfer to Saudi Arabia next season.
Oriol Romeu has the possibility of rejoining his former employers Girona next season if he is asked to leave FC Barcelona.
AC Milan and Italian legend Paolo Maldini is being offered a sensational chance to join Manchester United in the board room as suggested.
Former Tunisian and Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia is in line to become the new sporting director of French football club Marseille.
Jonathan David has emerged as a target for AC Milan, with the current striker Olivier Giroud not getting any younger and a requirement for fulfilling the option for the future the Canadian hotshot is a possible candidate for the Italian club.
Newcastle have Alexander Isak injured and now he will be joined by Callum Wilson to warm the benches which brings them to Hugo Ekitike of PSG who may join them on loan in January.
Premier League giants Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United and Newcastle will be in a bidding war in January for the transfer of Japanese sensation Takefusa Kubo who has had a great start for the season.
PSV is looking to trigger the permanent transfer option for the on-loan right-back Sergino Dest of Barcelona for 10 million euros.
Roma is eyeing a move for Chelsea’s unwanted duo Trevor Chalobah and Malang Sarr who the London Blues will allow to leave to receive some cash to invest somewhere else.
Arsenal midfielder Jorginho has hinted at a move to Seria-A at some time in the future. Before the European qualifier against Northern Macedonia, the Italian international addressed the press by saying-“ I want to return yes, but I don't know when, I feel I still have things to do at Arsenal”.
RB Leipzig star Timo Werner is a target for four of the Premier League sides Fulham, Newcastle, West Ham and Crystal Palace. He will most likely be available for a transfer on loan after some disappointing displays since the start of the season.
Swedish start and RB Leipzig midfielder Emil Forsberg will leave the Redbull-owned club to join American side New York Red Bulls in the winter transfer window after making more than 300 appearances since 2015 for the Leipzig club.
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