Arsenal, chelsea and Tottenham are looking to cap their busy January transfer windows with some big deals before deadline day. The Gunners have already snapped up Leandro Trossard and Jakub Kiwior but are now moving onto Federico Chiesa and Ivan Fresneda to bolster their flanks with Declan Rice, Amadou Onana and Moises Caicedo all targets in midfield.
The Brighton midfielder has already been the subject of a £55m offer from Chelseawho have again failed in a fresh push to sign Argentina star Enzo Fernandez amid reports of an £87m offer from Stamford Bridge. The Blues are also ready to launch another bid for Anthony Gordon.
Over at Tottenham, Arnaut Danjuma has now joined on loan after hijacking Everton’s agreed deal. “Advanced” talks are taking place today over the potential signing of top target Pedro Porro amid interest from Chelsea and Real Madrid., while links with Nicolo Zaniolo continue to bubble along. Follow all of the latest transfer news, gossip and rumors below!
Bryan Gil future in doubt
Arnaut Danjuma’s move to Tottenham could lead to Bryan Gil leaving once again.
Sevilla are keen on a deal for the Spanish winger, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The 21-year-old left the Andalusian club in 2021 to join Spurs for £21m.
Thuram makes January decision
Manchester United and Chelsea will not sign Marcus Thuram this month.
That is because the French forward has opted to stick out the season with Borussia Monchengladbach.
Thuram will therefore leave in the summer as a free agent, Foot Mercato report.
McKennie nears Premier League switch
Juventus are ready to cash in on Arsenal target Weston McKennie.
Leeds have joined the Gunners in being linked with the midfielder, who has reportedly caught the eye of Fulham, Bournemouth and Aston Villa.
McKennie is said to prefer an elite club and an initial fee of £17m, rising to £26m in add-ons, is said by Corriere dello Sport to be Juve’s preference.
Chelsea must up Gusto bid
Reports in France suggest Chelsea are way off in their transfer offer for Malo Gusto.
A £17m approach was first made by the Blues for the Lyon defender, so say L’Equipe.
A figure closer to £35m is being demanded by the Ligue 1 side, who also want to keep Gusto until the summer.
Raphinha faces fight for future
Raphinha could be put up for sale in the summer if his form fails to improve.
Arsenal were linked with the Barcelona winger earlier in the January window but both the player and his club warned off a deal.
However, Sport detail talks between his agent, ex-Chelsea star Deco, and the Blaugrana in a bid to improve his performances.
Should he continue to struggle, Barcelona are confident they can recoup his £55m transfer fee.
Chelsea ponder Ziyech future
Everton are ready to pay £25m for Hakim Ziyech.
The Chelsea winger is wanted by Roma and Newcastle but Sky Sports detail the Toffees plans to sign Ziyech.
The situation between the club and Anthony Gordon is heightening their desire for a new winger.
Standard Sports reported earlier today of Chelsea’s reluctance to send Ziyech to Newcastle in particular.
Spurs consider Meret
Tottenham face a battle to convince Alex Meret to join the club.
The Napoli goalkeeper is a target in Spurs’ plans to replace Hugo Lloris in the summer.
La Repubblica report on the Italian’s plans to stay at Napoli for now, with a contract to 2028.
Arsenal learn Caicedo fee
Brighton will demand £75m to sell Moises Caicedo to Arsenal.
Mikel Arteta today spoke of his desire for a new midfielder with Mohamed Elneny out injured.
The Telegraph report on the heavy fee required to land Caicedo, who is still being watched by Chelsea.
Tottenham in ‘advanced talks’ to sign Porro
Tottenham’s talks with Pedro Porro have advanced “considerably”.
A deal to bring the full-back to north London for £39m is very much in the offing, although no agreement has been fully reached.
Journalist Bruno Andrade reports on Spurs being hastened towards signing Porro due to their fear of Real Madrid signing him in the summer.
Chelsea and Liverpool to duel for Wolves star
Matheus Nunes will be on Chelsea and Liverpool’s summer shortlist.
That is according to the Telegraph, who claim only a £44m fee will be required to sign the Wolves midfielder after he cost £38m in the summer.
Doesn’t seem like much of a profit…