We are now just a number of weeks away from the January transfer window opening and there is likely to be plenty of business taking place in the month. With a fierce battle for the title, a huge scrap for European football and a number of clubs desperately looking to avoid relegation to the Championship clubs up and down the country are expected to be busy trying to get deals over the line. And below we have gathered some of the latest snippets doing the rounds in the media. Football fanatics from all over the world can buy Premier League Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Liverpool to allow forward to leave
Liverpool is willing to let Rhian Brewster leave the club on loan in the January transfer window. The Liverpool ECHO is reporting that Brewster is rated highly by Jurgen Klopp and any departure will center on a guarantee of playing time for the teenage striker. Liverpool is also believed to be adopting a similar stance on goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, who, it is claimed, is wanted by Championship side Preston.
Manchester United suffer Haaland set-back
Manchester United will miss out on Erling Braut Haaland – because RB Leipzig has the first refusal. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is believed to have made the 19-year-old his top January transfer target. But according to the Mirror, the Norway international has a contractual tie-up a £25.7m release clause with the two branded clubs.
Mourinho rules out Ibrahimovic move
Jose Mourinho has ruled out bringing free agent striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Tottenham. Speaking ahead of Spurs’ Champions League clash with Olympiakos,
Mourinho said: “I have more than a connection amazing player amazing guy but I would say no chance. We have the best striker in England. It doesn’t make sense to sign him when we have Harry Kane.”
Spurs were linked with a move for the former Manchester United forward last week. Brighton is among a number of Premier League clubs keen on Emil Bohinen. The winger, who plays for Stabaek JF in the Norwegian top flight, has scored four goals in 28 appearances in the Eliteserien this season.
And Sky Sports are reporting that Brighton is open to adding promising young talent to Graham Potter’s squad if they can, with Bohinen top of their wish list.
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