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Thursday Transfer Talk: From Uganda to global football shakeup

In a dynamic Thursday transfer roundup, the football world witnesses a flurry of moves and potential shifts that promise to reshape the landscape.

From UPDF’s confirmation of goalkeeper Richard Anyama’s return to Arua Hill’s golden glory in the FUFA Big League to former SC Villa midfielder Amir Kakomo eyeing Maroons, the local scene is buzzing with activity.

Internationally, the transfer saga unfolds with Atletico Madrid and Barcelona locking horns in the pursuit of Manchester City’s midfield maestro, Kalvin Phillips.

Newcastle United, on a mission to bolster their midfield, have also set their sights on Phillips, contingent on convincing Manchester City to reconsider their demands.

Meanwhile, the scouting lens is on Atalanta’s Ederson, catching the attention of Newcastle United but facing resistance from the Italian club.

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Tottenham’s pursuit of Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher persists, while Chelsea contemplates a permanent departure for forward Armando Broja, drawing interest from West Ham, Fulham, and Wolves.

PSG’s Goncalo Ramos contemplates an uncertain future, and Fulham engages in talks with Chelsea for the loan deal of Trevoh Chalobah.

The transfer carousel extends to Napoli’s interest in Tottenham’s Hojbjerg, Arsenal’s race for young talent Xavi Simons, and a boost for Arsenal in their pursuit of Bruno Guimaraes following Newcastle’s reported search for his replacement.

Aston Villa explores a potential move for Giovanni Reyna, while Marseille eyes a renewed offer for West Ham’s Said Benrahma.

Romania’s Radu Dragusin snubs Bayern Munich for a longstanding offer from Tottenham, and Inter Milan inches closer to securing a deal with Porto’s Mehdi Taremi. Japhet Tanganga shifts from Augsburg to Millwall, adding another chapter to his loan journey.

Amidst the transfers, exclusive insights reveal Amad Diallo’s commitment to staying at Manchester United and Spurs preparing for Japhet Tanganga’s move to Millwall.

Benfica contemplates bids for Petar Musa from various clubs, and Ivan Toney expresses his desire for top-club action.

USA’s Niko Gioacchini gears up to join Italian side Como, showcasing the global nature of these football moves.

The seasoned Carlo Ancelotti lauds Ferland Mendy as the best defensive fullback globally, emphasizing his significance for the team.

Napoli secures Hamed Junior Traoré on loan, Juventus finalizes Tiago Djaló’s deal, and Sergio Reguilón joins Brentford on loan from Tottenham.

Torino prepares a bid for Gremio’s Cuiabano, adding to the drama of this transfer window.

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The crowning revelation unveils the extended contract of Jordan Henderson with Ajax until June 2026, marking a monumental achievement in the background efforts of all involved parties.

As Thursday unfolds, the football world witnesses a symphony of transfers, negotiations, and confirmations that will echo through the seasons to come.



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