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Manchester United will give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer £ 50m to the January window

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs can be closed, but they still work tirelessly behind the scenes to control the arrival of the next star. Transfer Talk has cut the world's media to see who could go to your club when January 1 arrives. Solskjaer receives £ 50m for January transfers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United, will receive a £ 50m transfer war chest in January, according to Mirror. United Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward is prepared to penalize catching a top central defender and will also make sure to add a more attack-minded player. Tottenham center-back Toby Alderweireld Napoli ] Kalidou Koulibaly and Eder Militao in Porto are the three defenders mentioned in the report. The club also weighs the Juventus wing Douglas Costa Talking about scattered money, the Telegraph says that United want Mauricio Pochettino as its next boss "at all costs" , although it means paying Tottenham a great deal of 42 million compensation fees. United considers Pochettino as the perfect candidate to replace Jose Mourinho full time, but knows that the Argentinean away from Spurs is a big challenge. The 46-year-old wrote a new five-year deal at the end of last season, which does not contain a release clause. Chelsea and Spurs lead Hummel's chase Using former Tottenham and Liverpool's football manager Damien Comolli, we will show you a step by step guide to a transfer. Can a 44-year-old man cut it in the Premier League? Our writer suffers – and suffers more – through…

The transfer window for Europe’s biggest clubs can be closed, but they still work tirelessly behind the scenes to control the arrival of the next star. Transfer Talk has cut the world’s media to see who could go to your club when January 1 arrives.

Solskjaer receives £ 50m for January transfers

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United, will receive a £ 50m transfer war chest in January, according to Mirror. United Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward is prepared to penalize catching a top central defender and will also make sure to add a more attack-minded player.

Tottenham center-back Toby Alderweireld Napoli ] Kalidou Koulibaly and Eder Militao in Porto are the three defenders mentioned in the report.

The club also weighs the Juventus wing Douglas Costa

Talking about scattered money, the Telegraph says that United want Mauricio Pochettino as its next boss “at all costs” , although it means paying Tottenham a great deal of 42 million compensation fees.

United considers Pochettino as the perfect candidate to replace Jose Mourinho full time, but knows that the Argentinean away from Spurs is a big challenge. The 46-year-old wrote a new five-year deal at the end of last season, which does not contain a release clause.

Chelsea and Spurs lead Hummel’s chase

Chelsea and Tottenham are the contenders of the competition to sign Mats Hummel’s who wants to leave Bayern Munich.

According to Bild, 30-year-old’s agent, Marc Kosicke, went to London recently to work on a possible move to the Premier League.

Hummels has won two Bundesliga titles since moving from Borussia Dortmund rivals in 2016. Even though a January blast was erupted, Bayern-Managing Director Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed on Wednesday night that Germany’s international would stay in the club until at least the end of the season.

Pep wants Lyon to starve as Fernandinho successor

Pep Guardiola sees Lyon Midfielder Houssem Aouar as the perfect long-term replacement for Fernandinho, according to Sun.

Manchester City boss is said to have been impressed by 20-year-old Old two performances against his side in the Champions League this season.

Aouar, which is contracted to Lyon until 2023, is valued at approximately £ 50m.

Athletics deny the Hernandez-Bayern story …

Atletico Madrid has rubbished reports linking Lucas Hernandez with 76.6 million to Bayern Munich.

Marca claims that the French World Cup winner, who signed a new contract with Atleti in the summer, will sign a four-year deal with the Bundesliga champions to become the club’s record transfer, breaking the £ 38m they paid Lyon for Corentin Tolisso 2017. [19659004] Athletics were quick to deny the Marca report but released a statement late on Wednesday night where they said Hernandez wants

… while De Jong was painted by the Germans

At the same time, Daily Mail says Bavaria will compete with Manchester City of Ajax Midfielder Frenkie de Jong Valued at £ 70m by the Dutch side. The 21-year-old, a star student from the Eredivisie club’s talented talent factory, has also attracted interest from Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.

Football Whispers transfer algorithm gives the probability that rumors make a score of five.

Gabigol to West Ham: 3.3

Hammers have intensified their interest in the Brazilian currently being loaned to Santos from Inter. Manuel Pellegrini is expected to strengthen his striking options in January and will push for signing the 22-year-old. Gabigol has impressed in Brazil after struggling to impress San Siro. Nerazzurri is open for sale but will require close to £ 25m.

Isco to Chelsea: 2.9

Linked to a move to Manchester City this week, Isco is also attracting interest from Chelsea, which allegedly moved in front of its rivals in the 26-year-old signature. The Blues are willing to pay £ 70m to Real Madrid playmaker and offer him a contract worth around £ 250,000 a week. Maurizio Sarri believes that Isco would fit his system at Stamford Bridge and have the potential to create a fruitful partnership with Eden Hazard.

Tammy Abraham to Newcastle: 1.3

The in-form striker has been linked to a move to St James’s Park. Abraham, loaned at Aston Villa from Chelsea, has scored 12 goals in 16 Championship shows this season and can count on Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez as a long-lasting admirer. Crystal Palace is also interested in England under 21 international.

Lorenzo Insigne to Liverpool: 1.4

The Premier League weighs a big deal for Naples ahead as Jurgen Klopp aims to strengthen its squad and deliver the club’s first league title in 29 years. The 27-year-old, a product from the Italian side’s youth academy, has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season and reached the winner of the Naples Champions League win over the Reds in October.

Matthijs de Ligt to Juventus: 1.7

Juventus seems to have stolen a march at Europe’s top clubs in the competition to sign De Ligt. Juve Chairman Andrea Agnelli has opened talks with Ajax’s CEO Edwin van der Sar over a move for the 19-year-old Golden Boy winner, one of Europe’s most sought after prospects after a series of impressive screens for Ajax and the Netherlands.

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