Real Madrid, Bayern, Inter, Juventus and PSG in conversation with Aaron Ramsey

The transfer window for the biggest clubs in Europe is open again. Transfer Talk scans the media of the world and releases our correspondents to see who could go to / from your club this month.

TOP STORY: Real, Bayern, Inter, Juve and PSG in conversation with Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey has the choice to make. He is available on a free transfer this summer, because Arsenal has decided not to offer him a new contract, but he does not seem to have too few options.

The BBC report that Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Juventus, Paris St-Germain and Real Madrid are all interested in the midfielder and that "unlike some reports, he has not made a decision yet."

At just 28 years old Ramsey just reached its peak, so it's no surprise that the elite of Europe is chasing him. But how do you make such a decision as actually any club you want to have. Rock, paper, someone scissors?


18.40 GMT: Another young signing in the Premier League – Wolves has signed an 18-year-old winger David Wang Spanish side Jumilla B, and will spend the rest of the season on loan at Sporting Lisbon …

18.15 GMT: The form of Lille in Ligue 1 has surprised many this season, because they are currently second in the ranking.

Forward Nicolas Pepe has been the star for them and has been associated with Arsenal and Tottenham in recent months.

However, he told the French newspaper La Voix du Nord that he plans to stay in Lille until at least the end of the season, before he may view a move.

17.50 GMT: Huddersfield has completed the signing of highly acclaimed English youth international Jaden Brown from Tottenham …

17.25 GMT: A surprise target? Inter Milan is reportedly watching the Premier League looking for free transfers in the summer, and the Daily Mirror writing that they are watching Manchester United's Ashley Young as an option.

Did anyone expect that?

17.00 GMT: Have Fiorentina Luis Muriel have a medical advantage on a loan from Seville, with an option to make the transfer permanent in the summer …

16.30 GMT: Ex-Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has told Calciomercato that if he were still in the club, he would have tried to draw Lionel Messi in response to Juventus that Cristiano Ronaldo wins.

Ronaldo recently challenged Barcelona to join him in Serie A.

15.40 GMT: The agent of Inter winger Keita Balde revealed that Tottenham had been in talks with his client before moving to the San Siro in the summer.

"There were other interested teams," Roberto Calenda told Gazzetta dello Sport through the Evening Standard. "Since last January, Napoli moved, we also received phone calls from Tottenham, but faced with the possibility of Inter, Keita did not hesitate, he made his wishes immediately clear,"

15.10 GMT: Fenerbache has entered the race for Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, according to reports in Turkey via the Mail.

In recent months, AC Milan has been strongly connected with a move to Fabregas, but could now compete for its signature.

14.40 GMT: Juventus is very fond of midfielders. Calciomercato reports from Tuttosport that Italian champions are planning a double flight from Real Madrid players – namely Isco and James Rodriguez.

Isco has been associated with PSG and Chelsea in recent weeks, while Rodriguez was still able to permanently relocate his loan to Bayern Munich.

14.13 GMT: While a number of clubs are interested Aaron Ramsey, Sky Sports News writes that Juventus is the favorite destination for the Arsenal midfielder.

Ramsey is able to discuss a free transfer with foreign clubs in the summer with his contract with the Emirates.

13.45 GMT: A revival in form under Ole Gunnar Solskaya could allegedly convince Marcus Rashford to reject advances from Real Madrid.

The Mail writes that Rashford is happy to realize its potential at Old Trafford instead of at the Bernabeu.

13.15 GMT: A return to Inter Milan could be on the cards before Mateo Kovacic once his loan to Chelsea ends, according to Tuttosport via the Mail.

They say that the San Siro club is planning a summer action for the Real Madrid midfielder, and have confidence in their chances.

12.50 GMT: While a source ESPN FC told that Adrien Rabiot Considered Tottenham "below" his level, the Metro operates reports from France that Liverpool has had discussions with the PSG midfielder.

Rabiot's contract is at the end of the season and can now talk to clubs about a free transfer.

12.25 GMT: A difficult season so far could mean the end of it Isco & # 39; s time at Real Madrid, which has recently been linked to a move to Chelsea.

The Sun reports, however, that PSG's interest may change the Blues's pursuit of the midfielder into a bidding war, a war in which they might not be willing to participate.

It is claimed that every deal costs more than £ 100 million, including registration fees.

11.50 GMT: Liverpool is looking for a left back, because Alberto Moreno is tired of being great every week as Andrew Robertson. The Daily Express claims that Bristol City left back Lloyd Kelly will be their only signing in January and the English U20 captain would like to move to Anfield.

11.14 GMT: The candidates To replace Jose Mourinho permanently at Manchester United are some of the best and most prominent coaches in the world. Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane and Laurent Blanc lead the list, while interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also there when he impresses for the summer.

But there is a name on the five-member shortlist that may not immediately stand out. The Sun claim that Red Bull Salzburg is boss Marco Rose is also in line for the task after winning the Austrian title and achieving the semi-finals of the Europa League last season.

10.41 GMT: Papy Djilobodji previously played for Chelsea, but probably belongs to the worst signings of the Blues ever after making only one performance for the club. Then he went on loan to Werder Bremen, was signed and then released by Sunderland, and now he has signed a deal with the French club Guingamp until the end of the season.

The Senegal defender previously played in Ligue 1 for Dijon and Nantes, so probably hopes for something of a homecoming. Although Guingamp is currently at the bottom of the list.

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09.59 GMT: Toby AlderweireldThe contract has been extended … Few, fans of Tottenham may think, but no. The extension means he can leave the club for £ 25m in the summer – up to two weeks before the switch screen is closed! The Daily Telegraph reports that PSG is willing to play the waiting game to land the Belgian defender and claim that "PSG might be willing to let another player go to London as part of an Alderweireld bid."

09.28 GMT: Raf Honigstein reports that Borussia Dortmund in any case needs more money Christian Pulisic to treat.



Raf Honigstein offers the latest update on the club future of Borussia Dortmund and American midfielder Christian Pulisic.

Chelsea has made a bid "north of £ 50m" ($ 57m) to sign Pulisic next summer, having informed ESPN FC sources.

09.00 GMT: Hello and welcome to 2019! It is the first live blog of Transfer Talk of the new year and we have enough for you this month.

Start with the news that Mesut Ozil has categorically excluded a January loan and is fully focused on regaining its starting position in the Arsenal team, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

And keep going for the news that Tottenham Hotspur is considered "under" Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, a source close to the player has told ESPN FC.

PAPER TALK (by Mark Thompson, Football whispers)

Bayern has rejected Hudson-Odoi bid

Bayern Munich already faces a rocky start to the winter window in 2019. Sky Sports reports that Chelsea has rejected a bid of £ 20 million for Callum Hudson-Odoi from the Bavarian giants.

The 18-year-old is after the regular playing time at about the same level as his English youth international teammate Jadon Sancho, who left Manchester City and now plays a leading role for Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund.

The news gets even worse for Bayern – and for all other possible candidates – with Sky suggesting the Chelsea value "the England U19 international at close to £ 40 million", while their German rivals hope to use Dortmund Sancho as a lever to bring the talented winger to the Westfalenstadion before its contract with Stamford Bridge will expire in 2020.

Huddersfield is ready to spend big

Dean Hoyle, the owner and chairman of Huddersfield Town, has said that the Terriers will spend money in January because he will not allow the club to "sleepwalk in degradation", he says in a statement on the club's website.

In a New Year's message to fans, Hoyle said the club will be "active" in the January window, but not at a level that could harm the club's financial condition.

Winger Rajiv from La Parra is on loan to Middlesbrough on New Year's Eve, while the club in Yorkshire is only 10 points down the Premier League.

Keep the Heaton on this winter

A return from the cold has convinced Tom Heaton to stay in Burnley this winter, according to the Lancashire Telegraph.

The start against West Ham, resulting in a clean lead and 2-0 victory for the team, was his first in 15 months after he was eliminated by an injury and was replaced by first Nick Pope and then Joe Hart.

The 33-year-old admitted that he had thought of leaving the club, but only because he was not playing and was back in the team, he thought of his thoughts again.

Manchester City is 15 years old

The probability that you have heard the last signing of Manchester City is small. They have secured the signature of 15-year-old Oscar Tarensi from Espanyol, Sport reports.

Tarensi is handy for City and will be January 16 on January 10, after which he can officially sign for another European club and can formally participate in Premier League holders.

The teenager is very devoted to Espanyol, a club that has let players to Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Manchester United leave this year. There is something good in the water.

Not too old for the old office

The Mail says that Southampton will leave it Steven Davis depart to Rangers if the Scottish club can match a contract with the player.

The Northern Irishman has only six months left for his deal with St Mary's and Steven Gerrard is interested in taking him to Ibrox, where Davis played between 2008 and 2012.

The midfielder has made only three Premier League appearances this season and is reportedly fond of moving back to Scotland.

Frenkie de Jong to Barcelona – 4.5

Rumors about the future of De Jong are in this way and with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain the most important clubs within the framework. SportBild now reports that 21-year-old Ajax has signed a five-year contract with the Catalan giants.

Fernando Llorente to Athletic Club – 3.4

A return to the youth club of Llorente gets "shape", says Marca. The 33-year-old striker is connected to Galatasaray and Olympiakos, but has said that he would like to return to Athletic if they want him.

Manolo Gabbiadini to AC Milan – 3.2

The Southampton striker was contacted by AC Milan after their pursuit of Luis Muriel fell, reports Calciomercato. The Italian allegedly wants to leave the Premier League for Serie A and the 27-year-old has made only six starts this season in all competitions.

Oliver Burke to Celtic – 2.3

The West Bromwich Albion winger is ready to be loaned in the second half of the season and Celtic is opposed to him, according to the Daily Record. The 21-year-old cost West Brom £ 15 million to sign RB Leipzig in 2017, but this season only made three championship appearances.

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