Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eyeing a cut-price January signing as he looks to remove a troublesome star at Manchester United, Tottenham have hope they could sign a top target in January, while Thursday’s Euro Paper Talk claims Leeds are pushing to sign a veteran defender from Real Madrid.
BAILLY ‘GONE’ AS SOLSKJAER SEEKS MAN UTD REPLACEMENT
Manchester United are reportedly looking to sign Torino centre-half Gleison Bremer in January, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to strengthen his options.
The Norwegian finds himself a man under serious pressure at Old Trafford amid claims he is three games from the sack. However, with United officials apparently not keen on Antonio Conte, there are currently no plans to show Solskjaer the door.
As such, Solskjaer continues to plan ahead for the January window, with reports in Italy claiming Bremer is a top target.
The 24-year-old has impressed in Serie A in recent seasons, having caught the eye of United scouts. And with just 18 months left on his deal, Calciomercato claims Torino could be forced to cash in.
Indeed, they state the Brazilian will reluctantly be sold for just £6.8m (€8m) in the winter window. AC Milan and Inter Milan are also reportedly considering moves.
But a move to Old Trafford looks likely with Bremer heading to Old Trafford as a would-be replacement for Eric Bailly.
The Ivorian is reportedly unhappy at Old Trafford and apparently called out Solskjaer following their recent loss at Leicester. Bailly reportedly confronted Solskjaer for selecting Harry Maguire in the game, despite the fact he was less than 100%.
Maguire endured a difficult afternoon at his former club as United shipped in four goals. And Bailly was reportedly so angry that he confronted Solskjaer in the dressing room after the game.
However, with Solskjaer expecting to stay, he will now look to move Bailly on in January. He signed a new deal over the summer, but will be allowed to depart with Solskjaer refusing to have his authority questioned again.
LEEDS UNITED PUSHING FOR MARCELO
Leeds United are considering a free-transfer swoop to sign veteran Real Madrid defender Marcelo in January as they seek more cover at left-back. (El Nacional)
Fiorentina director Joe Barone is refusing to rule out selling Tottenham and Man City Dusan Vlahovic in the January window. (DAZN)
Club Brugge are hoping to scare off suitors Arsenal, Leeds and AC Milan by placing a prohibitive €40m price on Noa Lang in January. (Voetbal Belgie)
Roma are planning a move to sign unwanted Manchester United full-back Diogo Dalot in January. (Il Romanista)
Barcelona have already agreed a deal with former midfielder Xavi, who is coach of Al Sadd in Qatar, over succeeding the sacked Ronald Koeman. (Sport)
PSG WANT LIVERPOOL TARGET TO REPLACE MBAPPE
PSG are planning a €40m approach for Liverpool target Karim Adeyemi in January amid fears Kylian Mbappe will leave. (Todofijaches)
Aston Villa look likely to miss out on Julian Alvarez, with Real Madrid now chasing the River Plate striker. (Mundo Deportivo)
Manchester United saw a lowball €35m offer rejected by Napoli for Kalidou Koulibaly prior to their capture of Raphael Varane. (Area Napoli)
Hans-Joachim Watzke claims Manchester United’s offer for Erling Haaland was better than the one Dortmund submitted in 2020. However, Mino Raiola advised his client to join the Germans for the long-term good of his career. (Spox)
AND MORE FROM EURO PAPER TALK
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is under pressure following the Old Lady’s defeat against Sassuolo. ‘He hasn’t noticed football has changed’, it is alleged. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Manuel Pellegrini is staying calm amid Real Betis’ excellent start to the season and following claims they could win LaLiga. (Diario de Sevilla)
Newcastle are stepping up interest in Florian Wirtz and are sending a scout to regularly watch him for Bayer Leverkusen. (Bild)
Simon Kjaer will earn €1.5m a year plus bonuses, having signed a two-year contract extension with AC Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport)