Rumour Mill: Liverpool eye Lanzini, Rodriguez’s United link

Date published: Monday 16th November 2015 1:15

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Liverpool are keen on Manuel Lanzini, Juventus are plotting a shock January move for Mesut Ozil, while Manchester United have been offered James Rodriguez, according to Monday’s transfer rumours.

Arsenal

– Juventus are preparing a shock January move for Mesut Ozil, though the player could also sign a new deal with the Gunners to 2019 (Calciomercato)

– Lionel Messi is open to a move to the Premier League – but he wants £600,000 to do so – with Arsenal his preferred destination (Daily Star)

– Everton have joined Arsenal and Manchester United in expressing an interest in Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega (Daily Express)

– Arsenal are confident of a January deal for unsettled Juventus defender Daniele Rugani (Tuttosport)

– Oguzhan Ozyakup has told suitors Arsenal and West Ham that he has no interest in leaving Besiktas in January (Daily Star)

Bournemouth

– Bournemouth have joined the chase for Hibs striker Jason Cummings (The Scotsman)

Chelsea

– Shakhtar Donetsk star Alex Teixeira and Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette are top of Chelsea’s wishlist in January (London Evening Standard)

– Juventus are set to rekindle their interest in Oscar and have sent a representative to hold talks with Chelsea about a 30million euros move (Tuttosport)

– Inter Milan have joined Real Madrid in expressing an interest in Eden Hazard (Daily Mirror)

– Red Star Belgrade midfielder Marko Grujic has been told by Nemanja Matic that Chelsea are indeed interested in signing him – but he won’t move in January

– Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘slow divorce from Real Madrid will come to an inevitable conclusion next May’, with Chelsea and Manchester United waiting to swoop (Daily Mail)

– Chelsea flop Radamel Falcao will be offered a January escape route to Valencia (Daily Mirror)

Everton

– Everton have joined Arsenal and Manchester United in expressing an interest in Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega (Daily Express)

– Fulham striker Moussa Dembele admits he’s “flattered” by the reported interest in him from Everton and Spurs (Daily Express)

Leicester

– Jamie Vardy is a £15million January target for Manchester United (Daily Star)

Liverpool

– Liverpool are keen to beat West Ham to the permanent signing of Hammers loan star Manuel Lanzini (Liverpool Echo)

– Juventus are set to launch a bid for Liverpool and Manchester United target Ilkay Gundogan from Borussia Dortmund in January (Tuttosport)

– Liverpool are keen on signing Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Granit Xhaka (Bild)

Manchester City

– Manchester City duo Martin Demichelis and Samir Nasri are top transfer targets for foreign clubs ahead of the January transfer window (Manchester Evening News)

– Man City are set to offer in-form midfielder Fernandinho a

Manchester United

– Manchester United have moved clear of Inter Milan and Roma in the race to sign Sofiane Feghouli from Valencia (Super Deporte)

– Real Madrid star James Rodriguez could be on his way to the Premier League after his agent made contact with Manchester United (Fijaches)

– Manchester United are expected to make a swoop for Besiktas striker Mario Gomez in January (Fanatik)

– Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘slow divorce from Real Madrid will come to an inevitable conclusion next May’, with Chelsea and Manchester United waiting to swoop (Daily Mail)

– Manchester United scouts have been keeping tabs on Leeds United starlet Lewis Cook (The Sun)

– Everton have joined Arsenal and Manchester United in expressing an interest in Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega (Daily Express)

– Schalke prospect Leroy Sane has been watched by Manchester United, according to reports in Germany

– Jamie Vardy is a £15million January target for Manchester United (Daily Star)

– Juventus are set to launch a bid for Liverpool and Manchester United target Ilkay Gundogan from Borussia Dortmund in January (Tuttosport)

Newcastle

– West Brom’s Saido Berahino and QPR’s Charlie Austin are among the players interesting Newcastle boss Steve McClaren (Northern Echo)

Norwich

– Leeds interest in Lewis Grabban has cooled – but they remain keen to sign his Norwich team-mate Kyle Lafferty on loan

Southampton

– Southampton are keen on a January move for Cesena midfielder Stefano Sensi in January

– Southampton striker Graziano Pelle has admitted he is open to a return to Italy amid talk Juventus are keen on him

Sunderland

– West Ham centre-back James Collins, Spurs winger Andros Townsend and £7million-rated Olympiakos full-back Arthur Masuaku are Sam Allardyce’s top targets in January (Sunderland Echo)

Swansea

– Swansea City outcast Franck Tabanou has been linked with a return to his former club St-Etienne in the January transfer window (L’Equipe)

Tottenham

– Tottenham Hotspur are chasing Dynamo Kiev’s Domagoj Vida (Daily Star)

– Tottenham Hotspur are prepared to take advantage of Keisuke Honda’s discontent at AC Milan and make a January move to sign the playmaker (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

– Fulham striker Moussa Dembele admits he’s “flattered” by the reported interest in him from Everton and Spurs (Daily Express)

– Newcastle will rival Tottenham for West Brom striker Saido Berahino in January (Express & Star)

Watford

– Watford and West Ham are following the progress of CSKA Moscow forward Seydou Doumbia, who is on loan from Roma (London Evening Standard)

West Brom

– West Brom’s Saido Berahino and QPR’s Charlie Austin are among the players interesting Newcastle boss Steve McClaren (Northern Echo)

– James Chester has hinted he could look for a move away from West Brom in January, saying he finds his lack of chances “difficult to understand”

West Ham

– Oguzhan Ozyakup has told suitors Arsenal and West Ham that he has no interest in leaving Besiktas in January (Daily Star)

– Liverpool are keen to beat West Ham to the permanent signing of Hammers loan star Manuel Lanzini (Liverpool Echo)

– Watford and West Ham are following the progress of CSKA Moscow forward Seydou Doumbia, who is on loan from Roma (London Evening Standard)

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