Friday Transfer Talk: News shaking up Ugandan football, drama in the Premier League drama, and more

In a dynamic turn of events on the Ugandan football stage, Express FC bids farewell to Denis Otim, Sheif Batte, Martin Ssenkoto, Jonathan Aguocha, and Ashraf Mbazira, while Gaddafi FC ramps up its strength with the notable additions of Bashir Asiku from Wakiso Giants and Ayman Twaha Toure from Buddu, Masaza.

Midfield maestro Ivan Sserubiri heralded as one of the most gifted players, seals a move to Gaddafi FC, promising to elevate their performance in the upcoming Uganda Premier League second round.

The Premier League is ablaze with transfer talks:

Newcastle contemplates parting ways with the seasoned English striker Callum Wilson, drawing interest from Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United.

Chelsea eyes the youthful prowess of Aston Villa’s Jhon Duran, while Manchester United’s managerial shift complicates the pursuit of Ajax’s Brian Brobbey and Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite.

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Meanwhile, Wolverhampton Wanderers navigates a £30m move for Chelsea’s Armando Broja, mindful of Premier League spending rules.

Nottingham Forest’s Morgan Gibbs-White becomes a focal point for Newcastle United’s scrutiny.

The Football Association of Ireland eyes England Under-21 boss Lee Carsley for the role of the Republic of Ireland’s senior manager, while Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti seeks the return of the formidable French striker Karim Benzema from Saudi club Al-Ittihad.

In the tussle of negotiations, Middlesbrough’s Morgan Rogers eyes a move to Aston Villa, and the future of France forward Kylian Mbappe hangs in the balance, with offers from Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain.

Crystal Palace eyes Colombian right-back Daniel Munoz from Genk, Blackburn Rovers strategizes for Queens Park Rangers’ Jimmy Dunne, and Ivory Coast faces a managerial hurdle in securing France women’s boss Herve Renard for the Africa Cup of Nations.

Tottenham contemplates the recall of French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Galatasaray, while Sunderland pursues Manchester United’s Amad Diallo.

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Ipswich Town targets AFC Wimbledon and Iraq striker Ali Al-Hamadi, adding intrigue to the final week of the transfer window.

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