Thursday’s transfer gossip unveils dramatic moves in the football world

In a round-up of Thursday’s transfer buzz, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund have reached an agreement for Jadon Sancho’s loan move, valued at €4m (£3.4m).

The winger, sidelined for over four months since the club suspended him over a social media post, will undergo a medical before joining Dortmund for a warm-weather training camp in Marbella.

Real Madrid is considering a move for Erling Haaland as they weigh concerns about Kylian Mbappe’s potential departure from PSG.

Tottenham eyes Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher, 23, for a midfield boost, with a potential deal on the horizon.

Newcastle’s pursuit of Dominic Solanke faces a setback as Bournemouth signals the striker is not for sale this transfer window.

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Bayern Munich engages in talks to sign Tottenham’s Eric Dier, 29, after losing out on Genoa’s Radu Dragusin.

Anthony Martial rejects offers from Fenerbahce, Marseille, and a Saudi Pro league side, choosing to stay at Manchester United until the summer.

West Ham contemplates bids for Ajax’s Steven Bergwijn and Sunderland’s Jack Clarke, seeking an attacking player in January.

Brighton enters the race for Udinese’s Lazar Samardzic, challenging Napoli’s deal for the 21-year-old Serbian midfielder.

Wolves resist pressure to sell Max Kilman, as West Ham shows interest in the 26-year-old defender.

Wolves target Southampton’s Che Adams, 27, whose contract expires this summer.

Sevilla emerges as favourites to secure a loan deal for Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri, 20.

Napoli eyes Arsenal’s Jakub Kiwior, 23, and Chelsea’s Malang Sarr, 24, for a January centre-back reinforcement.

Ronald Araujo, 24, dismisses Bayern Munich links, expressing focus on Barcelona.

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Arsenal may finalize a £50m deal for Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi after prolonged interest.

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