Latest Transfer News on a Monday evening

Ahead of January transfer window, clubs are beginning to seek for potential signings, nigfooty.com have gathered transfer news from across the world on a Monday evening.

England: Chelsea and Arsenal will battle to secure the service of Brazilian defensive midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.... Continue Reading...

England: Following Leicester City superb form so far this season, and with a lot of interest coming for the talented squad, but team manager Brendan Rodgers insists nobody will be leaving in January...

• England: Sunsport have revealed five forwards that Manchester United could sign this season, they are; Richarlison, Jadon Sancho, Alexandre Lacazette, Moussa Dembele and James Maddison...
England: Chelsea are keen on signing Real Madrid star Isco, report says the Spaniard was spotted in London few day ago...

England: Manchester United are in talks with Benfica midfielder Gedson Fernandes over a possible move during January window...Continue Reading...

Italy: Fiorentina are plotting a summer bid for Manchester United out of favour player Marcos Rojo. The Argentine is valued around £7.7m...

England: POP legend Robbie Williams has urged Toni Kroos to join Manchester United as he has won everything with Real Madrid...

England: Everton are targeting Napoli duo, defender Kalidou Koulibaly and striker Lorenzo Insigne to bolster their squad for the task ahead...
England: Manchester United could reignite their interest in Paulo Dybala and Antoine Griezmann, report says...

England: Christian Eriksen will leave Tottenham on a free transfer next summer as the 27-year-old midfielder refused to sign a new contract, a close source to Jose Mourinho revealed...

England: Swansea City are in talks with Liverpool over possible loan move for 19-year-old forward Rhian Brewster...

England: Red Bull Salzburg forward Hwang Hee-chan has been linked with Wolves. The club is expected to pay £19m to secure the service of the striker...

England: The Mirror report that Liverpool are monitoring Vitesse Arnhem left back Max Clark from Hull City. He's just 23.

By Oladele Emmanuel

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