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Wednesday Transfer Roundup: Casemiro, Wan-Bissaka, Osimhen, Greenwood, in the spotlight

In the heart of midweek transfer gossip, the football world is buzzing with rumors and confirmations, both on the national and international fronts.

National Stories: Express FC, BUL, and Intriguing Player Moves

Express FC sees the return of midfielder Ramzey Kawooya to training, fueling speculations of a potential move to Vipers. The plot thickens as Yasser Mugerwa, Mansoor Safi, and Musa Ssali join the training sessions under the guidance of Alex Isabirye.

BUL confirms a significant signing, securing Winger Amos Kirya from Gaddafi. The national football scene is witnessing dynamic shifts as teams reshape their squads.

International Transfer News: Al-Nassr’s Bold Moves, Osimhen’s Future, and Premier League Drama

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Al-Nassr is making headlines with an audacious bid for Brazil midfielder Casemiro and former England U-21 defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Manchester United’s plan to offload high-earning stars adds intrigue to the situation. The Saudi club, having faced rejection for Emerson Royal, eyes Wan-Bissaka as a viable alternative.

Victor Osimhen’s hint at leaving Napoli sparks interest from Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid, with a staggering release clause in the 25-year-old’s contract.

Mason Greenwood’s standout performances for Getafe could pave the way for a potential summer switch to Barcelona. 

Nottingham Forest engages in talks with Borussia Dortmund for a loan deal involving United States midfielder Giovanni Reyna.

Crystal Palace’s Roy Hodgson faces a precarious situation, warned of potential sacking if results do not improve, following talks with chairman Steve Parish. 

Napoli strikes a loan deal with Aston Villa for Belgium midfielder Leander Dendoncker, featuring a non-mandatory option to buy.

Newcastle contemplates hijacking Tottenham’s move for Club Bruges’ teenage forward Antonio Nusa, eyeing him as a replacement for the potential departure of Miguel Almiron to Saudi Pro League club Al-Shabab.

Chelsea expresses interest in 36-year-old French forward Karim Benzema from Saudi side Al-Ittihad. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah becomes a key target for Fulham. 

Lyon eyes Netherlands winger Arnaut Danjuma, frustrated at Villarreal’s handling of his loan stint at Everton.

Manchester United is in pursuit of Bayern Munich’s Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Sporting Lisbon’s Marcus Edwards. The Old Trafford club leads the race for Bologna’s Joshua Zirkzee, despite competition from Arsenal.

Newcastle is set to secure the services of Manchester City’s 18-year-old English midfielder Alfie Harrison. 

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Sheffield United explores moves for Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall and considers a loan signing of Mason Holgate from Everton.

The transfer market is ablaze with possibilities, promising an exciting reshaping of squads across national and international leagues.



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