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Transfer news LIVE! Arsenal in advanced Felix talks; Rice to Chelsea FC; Tottenham latest; Ronaldo, Messi update

Chelsea look set for another busy transfer window, with Declan Rice linked again as West Ham reportedly accept the midfielder will soon be leaving the club. The Blues are also eyeing French defender Benoit Badiashile as a possible alternative to Josko Gvardiol, while deals are pretty much done for David Datro Fofana, Andrey Santos and Christopher Nkunku.

Arsenal are likely to be big players when the January transfer window opens in just over a week’s time. The long-running talks to sign Mykhaylo Mudryk continue with reports suggesting a £50million starting price has been set by the Gunners. Joao Felix has also been offered on loan for just £8m, while Rafael Leao appears open to a potential move.

Elsewhere, Enzo Fernandez is another player liked by Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and pretty much every big club in Europe. Tottenham are reportedly keen on Pedro Porro, while Lionel Messi is set to stay at PSG after agreeing to sign a new contract with the Ligue 1 side and Cristiano Ronaldo appears to be off to Saudi Arabia. Follow all of the latest news, gossip and rumours below!

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ICYMI: Chelsea double deal

Chelsea are close to signing Brazilian starlet Andrey Santos from Vasco da Gama.

The teenage midfielder has yet to complete a medical or sign a contract but broad agreements over the transfer fee – an initial £13million plus a further £7m in add-ons – and a five-year deal are now in place.

Chelsea are poised to beat Premier League rivals Newcastle in the race to sign Santos, one of the most highly-rated young players in Brazil.

It follows the Blues already agreeing a January deal for Ivorian striker David Datro Fofana, who completed his medical in the week after an £8.6million fee was agreed with Norwegian club Molde.

Read the full story from Standard Sport’s Nizaar Kinsella!


Arsenal in advanced Felix talks

Arsenal are in ‘advanced’ talks to sign Joao Felix.

According to the Daily Record, Atletico have made the striker available in January for both permanent sale and loan.

Atleti are looking for an £8million loan fee, while an option to buy is not a necessity. The Gunners want a replacement for Gabriel Jesus and Felxis is an option.

Talks between both clubs are now reportedly accelerating, while Manchester United are also in the hunt.

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Conte confirms Tottenham transfer stance amid Porro links

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has confirmed the club will be active in the January transfer window.

Spurs, who resume their Premier League campaign against Brentford on Monday, went into the World Cup break fourth in the standings but Conte has earlier said there is still a gap between them and their rivals when it comes to squad depth.

Sporting right-back Pedro Porro has been linked with a move to north London, as well as Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, who was close to a switch earlier this year.

Read the full story here!

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A message from a new Chelsea signing

David Datro Fofana is widely expected to complete a move to Chelsea at the start of the January transfer window.

The Molde forward could then be loaned out, although there is reportedly a chance Armando Broja’s injury could open up a first-team place.


Arsenal and Chelsea told they CAN sign World Cup winner Mac Allister

Graeme Souness has backed Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister for a move to one of the Premier League’s leading teams amid reported interest from Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.

The 24-year-old played a starring role in Argentina’s famous World Cup win, scoring against Poland and assisting Angel Di Maria in the dramatic final win over France.

Even prior to the tournament in Qatar, the midfielder had been in excellent form for Brighton, scoring five times in 14 Premier League appearances before the break.

Read the full story here!

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Arsenal closing in on new contracts

Happy Christmas, Arsenal fans!

Gabriel Martinelli, who has been linked with Barcelona, is closing in on a new contract according to Fabrizio Romano.


Chelsea could sign Borussia Dortmund forward Youssoufa Moukoko THIS MONTH.

The teenager has reportedly rejected the offer a new deal with the German giants and could join the Blues a a result of Armando Broja’s injury.

“Chelsea’s preference has always been to work the player side to try and get him to agree to a summer move and then their hope, therefore, is that he won’t sign a new deal and they’ll get him on a free transfer, which is cost-effective and they get a young talent,” CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT.

“But due to Armando Broja’s injury, there is a chance that Chelsea want to escalate the situation and bring in Moukoko earlier. These are ongoing conversations.”

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Atletico Madrid close in on Çağlar Söyüncü

Who saw that coming?

Atletico Madrid, according to Fabrizio Romano, are closing in on the signing of Leicester defender Çağlar Söyüncü.

The Turkey international has fallen down the pecking order despite a strong start and now looks set to move to the Spanish capital.


Suarez set to join Gremio!

It was a fairly miserable World Cup for Luis Suarez, but he’s expected to get some Christmas cheer in the form of a new club.

With his short-term deal at boyhood club Nacional expiring early in 2023, Suarez has been on the hunt for a new home and it looks set to be Brazilian club Gremio.

Suarez is reportedly going to become the club’s highest earner, signing a two-year deal.


Chelsea remain in pole position for Gvardiol

Chelsea continue to lead the race for Josko Gvardiol.

That’s according to journalist Nicolo Schira, who claims that the RB Leipzig centre-back remains the Blues’ primary target.

It appears unlikely that Chelsea will be able to get a deal done in January, but should Gvardiol move in the summer, it looks likely that west London could be the destination.

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