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Friday Football Talk: Transfer buzz and managerial talks take centre stage

In Friday’s football roundup, DailyExpress looks at the latest round of news and rumours taking centre stage of the football fraternity across Europe and the world over.

Paris St-Germain have put Manchester United’s Casemiro on the watchlist ahead of the January transfer window opening, while struggles persist for Jadon Sancho’s potential transfer due to hefty wages.

Amidst uncertainty, Saudi Pro League courts Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, and David de Gea hint at a Premier League return via cryptic social media posts.

Villarreal eyes Arsenal’s Cedric Soares, Tottenham seeks a January centre-back, and Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo attracts interest.

Youth sensation Arthur Vermeeren captures Arsenal and Tottenham scouts’ attention, RB Leipzig desires to keep Fabio Carvalho, and pressure mounts on Barcelona’s Xavi after consecutive defeats.

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Everton’s squad reshaping involves a pursuit of Tottenham centre-back Eric Dier, while Dele Alli nears a return from injury.

Fulham eyes Fluminense’s Andre as a replacement for Joao Palhinha, attracting Arsenal’s interest and potentially ending Thomas Partey’s tenure.

Manchester United and Newcastle lead the race for Stuttgart’s Serhou Guirassy, while Juventus secures Adrien Rabiot’s commitment.

Inter Milan aims to secure Lautaro Martinez’s future, and French outfit Olympique Lyon is considering selling Rayan Cherki amid Premier League interest.

RB Leipzig permits Timo Werner to leave on loan, and Ferran Torres reassures Barcelona’s Xavi about his commitment.

Sunderland interviews departing IFK Varnamo coach Kim Hellberg for the managerial role, while Wolves engages in contract talks with Jonny Otto.

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AC Milan’s Mike Maignan contemplates his future, with Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and PSG monitoring contract developments.



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