Arsenal have enquired about a deal for a €25million-rated Serie A star, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has blocked an exit for a Man Utd ace, according to Tuesday’s newspapers.
ARSENAL, WOLVES CHASING SERIE A MIDFIELDER
Arsenal have reportedly enquired about a deal to sign €25million-rated Serie A midfielder Dejan Kulusevski.
TuttoMercatoWeb claims that the Gunners have been keeping an eye on the player, who is on loan at Parma from Atalanta, for ‘a few months’.
Initial enquiries have been made by Unai Emery’s men, but the report claims that Wolves have now moved ahead of them in the race to sign Kulusevski and have a bid ready for the player.
The 19-year-old is developing into an attacking midfield force in Italy, scoring twice and registered a further five assists so far this season.
Able to play out wide or through the middle, Kulusevski’s versatility makes him an enticing prospect for Premier League clubs.
AND THE REST
Chelsea are eyeing a mega £150m raid for Wilfried Zaha, Ben Chilwell and Timo Werner in January if their transfer ban is lifted (The Sun)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are keeping their options open as Arsenal look to tie the duo down to new deals (The Sun)
Jose Mourinho reportedly blocked Ed Woodward’s desire to bring Raphael Varane and Marco Verratti to Manchester United last summer (The Sun)
Manuel Pellegrini is under pressure for the first time in his 18-month reign over West Ham’s mini-crisis (The Sun)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has put a block on Marcos Rojo quitting Manchester United in January (The Sun)
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka is set to make his return to the side against Vitoria in the Europa League on Wednesday (The Sun)
Liverpool CEO Peter Moore has had a dig at Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward – claiming he will not “interfere” with the Reds’ transfer plans (The Sun)
Real Madrid have lined up Arsenal defender William Saliba as they hunt for the “next Raphael Varane” (The Sun)
Chelsea have sent their scouts to watch French wonderkids Mounir Chouiar and Bryan Soumare (The Sun)
Manchester United could be trumped by Bologna in their attempts to bring Zlatan Ibrahimovic back (The Sun)
Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas has completed an amazing return to Porto training just six months after suffering a heart attack (The Sun)
Real Madrid have reignited their interest in Jadon Sancho as they join Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain in the race to sign the Borussia Dortmund and England star next summer (Daily Mail)
Neil Redfearn has walked out on Newcastle United U23s amid a fallout with a member of his coaching staff (Daily Mail)
Arsene Wenger is on Bayern Munich’s four-man shortlist to replace sacked Niko Kovac, but Ralf Rangnick is their top target.
Gareth Bale faces a race against time to prove he is fully fit for Wales’ decisive European Qualifiers later this month (Daily Mail)
Barcelona’s embarrassing defeat by Levante has fuelled fresh reports of the Spanish giants considering asking River Plate manager Marcelo Gallardo to take over (Daily Mail)
Bastian Schweinsteiger believes Jose Mourinho could be ‘tempted’ into taking over at Bayern Munich (Daily Mail)
Tottenham are concerned over Heung-Min Son’s mental state following Andre Gomes’ injury and fear the forward could miss their Champions League trip to Belgrade (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal have axed a staggering eight members of staff, including head of youth scouting Steve Morrow, as part of an extensive behind-the-scenes overhaul (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have reportedly started preparations to secure the £80m signing of Declan Rice from West Ham (Daily Mirror)
Michael Oliver will take charge of this weekend’s title showdown between Liverpool and Manchester City (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United and Tottenham have expressed interest in signing Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana and have made contact with the player’s agent, according to reports in Holland (Daily Mirror)
Leicester City have opened negotiations with Club Bruges about a potential move for Nigeria striker Emmanuel Dennis, 21, in January (Leicester Mercury)
Wolves have joined Watford and Newcastle in tracking Royal Antwerp’s Portuguese defender Aurelio Buta (Birmingham Mail)
Manchester United have rejected a bid of €15m (£13m) for Chris Smalling from Roma (Daily Star)
Hibs could make a shock move for Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson after sacking Paul Heckingbottom (Daily Record)
Evergreen Scott Brown could be handed a contract extension that sees him continue to lead Celtic from the front until at least 2022 (Daily Record)
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to raid his old club Celtic as he readies a £20m bid for star Kristoffer Ajer (Daily Record)
Connor Goldson put the boot into Scottish football’s cloggers and urged referees to clamp down on strong-arm tactics he claims are holding the game back (Daily Record)
Crystal Palace target Scott Banks has knocked back a new deal and told Dundee United he will leave on freedom of contract (Daily Record)
Portsmouth are on the trail of Motherwell star Liam Polworth (Daily Record)
Former Sunderland manager Jack Ross has emerged as favourite for a quick-fire return to Scotland’s top flight after Hibs sacked Paul Heckingbottom (Scottish Sun)