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Sunday Transfer Mill: Henderson on PL return, Gallagher’s contract dilemma, Spurs agree Werner deal

In a Sunday filled with football transfer intrigue, England midfielder Jordan Henderson sets the stage for a Premier League comeback from Saudi Arabian side Al Ettifaq after failing to settle in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher contemplates Tottenham’s allure, potentially setting off a domino effect.

The transfer carousel gains momentum as Manchester United eyes Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise, entertaining the prospect of an exchange deal involving Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Wolves and West Ham strategize for the January window, with loan moves and potential signings on their radar.

Everton challenges Sevilla for the loan signing of Tunisia’s young talent, Hannibal Mejbri, from Manchester United.

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Simultaneously, West Ham is considering a move for Ajax and Netherlands winger Steven Bergwijn.

Tottenham finalizes a groundbreaking loan deal for RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner, marking his return to the Premier League until the end of the 2023-24 season. The agreement includes an option to buy, and Tottenham will cover Werner’s full salary for the remainder of the campaign.

As the Sunday transfer gossip unfolds, Manchester City strategically eyes a summer move for Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich on a potential cut-price deal, while Kevin de Bruyne remains a prized target for Saudi Pro League clubs.

Juventus navigates personal terms with Lille’s Tiago Djalo, a pursuit contested by Inter Milan.

Bayern Munich persists in the chase for Barcelona’s Ronald Araujo, and Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney is set to continue his loan spell with Real Sociedad under Mikel Arteta’s watchful eye.

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The football transfer market promises a flurry of action as these intriguing moves take center stage.



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