Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Erling Haaland set for key decision over Man City future as Real Madrid circle

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Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Erling Haaland set for key decision over Man City future as Real Madrid circle

Fati Eyes Barcelona Return

Ansu Fati, currently on a season-long loan with Brighton & Hove Albion, has impressed with his performances, scoring four goals in 13 appearances across all competitions. However, reports from Diario Sport suggest that the 21-year-old forward is not inclined towards a permanent move to Brighton.

Having been considered one of Barcelona's brightest prospects since his breakthrough in the 2019-20 season, Fati's career took a hit due to injuries, prompting his loan to the Premier League club. Despite his success at Brighton, there is no clause in the agreement allowing the English club to secure his services permanently.

Fati is reportedly eager to return to Barcelona, hoping to convince the club to provide him with another opportunity. Nonetheless, his strong performances in the Premier League could potentially result in a significant transfer fee, providing Barcelona with a financial boost amid their current challenges.

Arsenal Monitoring Valencia's Gasiorowski

Arsenal is closely monitoring the progress of 18-year-old Valencia defender Yarek Gasiorowski, with reports suggesting that the club views him as a promising player for the future. Diario AS has indicated that Arsenal, led by manager Mikel Arteta, may consider making a move for Gasiorowski in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Earlier interest from Arteta was hindered by post-Brexit regulations preventing players from moving to England before the age of 18, a threshold Gasiorowski reached in January. Despite having a Polish father, Gasiorowski has represented Spain up to the under-19 level.

The young talent comes with a €20 million release clause, a figure that is expected to increase as he gains more experience and plays additional first-team games.

Galatasaray could be a possible destination of Man Utd star

Manchester United outcast Donny van de Beek could move out of the club in January with Turkish giants Galatasaray showing interest in the midfielder, according to Fichajes.

The report also claims that while Galatasaray are the favourites to land the player in the next window, they will have to compete with the likes of Inter and Real Sociedad.

Former Chelsea Werner could return to the Premier League

Former Chelsea star and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner could come back to the Premier League during the January transfer window as three clubs, Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham are interested in signing him, according to 90min.

According to the report, Leipzig are not happy with Werner's performance this season and could consider sending him on loan.

Fulham want to sign Chelsea target Nusa

Fulham are set to compete with Chelsea to sign Club Brugge attacker Antonio Nusa in January, according to Football Insider.

The 18-year-old, who joined the Belgian club in 2021, still has four years left in his contract and is valued at €20m.

Spurs eyeing move for Bellingham

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in signing Jude Bellingham's brother Jobe from Sunderland in January, according to Football Insider.

Bellingham has been in fine form for the Championship side having scored thrice and provided an assist thus far in the season. Several clubs across Europe are keeping an eye on the youngster but Spurs are reportedly leading the race.

Aston Villa eyeing move for former Chelsea star

Aston Villa boss Unai Emery wants to bring former Chelsea star Tammy Abraham back to the Premier League from AS Roma, according to Football Insider.

With less than three years left in his contract, the Italian club are likely to demand a transfer fee in the region of £35 million.

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