Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Juventus make first move to take Man Utd outcast Jadon Sancho on loan in January



Posted Wednesday, November 15, 2023 by Goal.com

Bayern and Spurs remain keen on Chalobah

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Juventus make first move to take Man Utd outcast Jadon Sancho on loan in January

Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur are expressing interest in Chelsea defender Trevoh Chalobah, according to Football Insider. The 24-year-old has been informed by Blues Manager Mauricio Pochettino that he is not in the plans and is set to leave Stamford Bridge in the upcoming January transfer window.

Despite not featuring in any minutes this season, Chalobah remains a sought-after player, and both Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur are considering acquiring his services.

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Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Juventus make first move to take Man Utd outcast Jadon Sancho on loan in January

Riyad Mahrez has explained why he left Manchester City for the Saudi Pro League while still having “unfinished business” in the Champions League.

"I had two years left on my contract with Manchester City, I could have stayed. It was really me who decided to leave. I felt that this opportunity would not come again. Maybe it was time to leave because I had spent five years at City and won everything," he L’Equipe.

De Laurentiis welcomes Mazzarri to Napoli

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis 'welcomed back' Walter Mazzarri to the club as the new head coach after showing the door to Rudi Garcia.

De Laurentiis wrote "Bentornato Walter!" on his X account to confirm the deal.

Barca set asking price for Raphinha

Barcelona have set an asking price on their winger Raphinha who is wanted by Premier League giants Arsenal and Chelsea, according to Football Transfers.

If the two London clubs are eyeing a move for the Brazilian international in January, they will have to pay €70m.



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