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Saturday Transfer Talk: Man United’s En-Nesyri dilemma, Tottenham’s Guirassy chase, and Chelsea’s Hojbjerg-Gallagher swap

Manchester United finds themselves at a crossroads, contemplating a move for Sevilla's prolific striker Youssef En-Nesyri

In a whirlwind of Saturday football gossip, Manchester United finds themselves at a crossroads, contemplating a move for Sevilla’s prolific striker Youssef En-Nesyri, while Stuttgart’s Serhou Guirassy leans towards a switch to Tottenham. 

Meanwhile, a potential midfield shuffle looms as Tottenham eyes a deal with Chelsea, offering Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg to secure the services of England international Conor Gallagher.

Aston Villa is making waves in the transfer market, expressing interest in securing the loan of Germany’s forward, Timo Werner, from RB Leipzig, aiming to fortify their attacking arsenal. 

On the Chelsea front, the club explores January signings from Sporting Lisbon, targeting the Ivory Coast defender Ousmane Diomande and Sweden striker Viktor Gyokeres.

Arsenal, on the other hand, sets its sights on Real Sociedad’s Martin Zubimendi, though the Spanish midfielder hesitates about a mid-season move. 

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Inter Milan enters the fray with plans for a January loan with an obligation to buy Celtic’s midfielder Matt O’Riley, who faces competition from Aston Villa and West Ham.

Sunderland’s Pierre Ekwah becomes a sought-after commodity, attracting interest from Crystal Palace, Fulham, and Nottingham Forest, but the Black Cats are determined to retain the French midfielder as they aim for a Championship play-off berth. 

Luton Town contemplates altering their strategy by considering the early termination of Arsenal’s season-long loanee, Belgium midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga.

In the background, the European Super League organizers persist in their efforts to woo Premier League clubs, despite public disavowals from several sides. 

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To cap off the transfer drama, Everton contemplates a January move for Burnley’s experienced English midfielder, Josh Brownhill. The stage is set for a riveting winter transfer window.



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