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Tottenham are facing a third transfer heartbreak after Franck Kessie reportedly decided against a move out of Serie A, following failures in their pursuits of Luis Diaz and Adama Traore.

While Liverpool looked to have won the race for Diaz, fresh reports suggest Manchester United are now ready to enter the race.

Spurs are hoping to undertake a big revamp, which includes letting midfielder Tanguy Ndombele go. The Frenchman is close to a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain with non-league youngster Ollie Tanner one face set to arrive in north London. Having missed out on a number of deals, Juventus’ Swedish forward Dejan Kulusevski is the latest name to be linked.

In what looks like one of the biggest January deals of all time, Arsenal target Dusan Vlahovic is set to complete his controversial move from Fiorentina to bitter rivals Juventus after undertaking his medical on Friday. The Gunners, however, are on the verge of a new signing in the form of goalkeeper Matt Turner, though Juventus and Barcelona are now said to be pushing for a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang loan.

Chelsea continue to be linked with Ousmane Dembele while long-term target Aurelien Tchouameni is now also of interest to Real Madrid.

Elsewhere, Liverpool have rejected interest from both Leeds and Monaco for rarely-seen forward Takumi Minamino and Aston Villa have captured Calum Chambers on a permanent deal from Arsenal.

Over at Manchester United, there is a shock suggestion that Marcus Rashford could be heading to PSG in the summer.

For their part, Newcastle are have agreed a deal to sign Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimaraes in the final days of the window.

Follow all of the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s transfer centre!

Latest news and rumours

  • Barcelona and Juventus pushing for Aubameyang

  • Liverpool winning battle for Luis Diaz

  • Franck Kessie also set to snub Spurs

  • Chelsea target Tchoumaeni catches Madrid’s eye

  • Arsenal near Matt Turner signing

  • Bruno Guimaraes set for Newcastle

  • Dusan Vlahovic undergoes medical

  • Dejan Kulusevski linked with Tottenham

Frank Lampard close to Everton job

21:02 , Jonathan Gorrie

Lo Celso update

20:23 , Jonathan Gorrie

Juventus complete Dusan Vlahovic deal

19:18 , Jonathan Gorrie

One of the biggest January transfers of all-time...

Atletico Madrid keen on Matty Cash

18:53 , Jonathan Gorrie

According to The Athletic, Atletico Madrid are keen to replace Kieran Trippier with Aston Villa’s Matt Cash.

Whether or not the Polish international would be willing to leave Steven Gerrard’s new project, however, remains to be seen.

Jesse Lingard urged to leave Man United

18:01 , Jonathan Gorrie

Speaking to Betfair, former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov urged Lingard to leave Old Trafford.

“Jesse Lingard also needs to go and find more game time. I was surprised that he didn’t stay at West Ham and they didn’t find a solution because he did so well there and I don’t know why he’s choosing to stay United if he he’s not going play.

“If United aren’t going to play him then I don’t understand why there are any problems with him leaving the club. Obviously, when you are from the academy and have spent much of your life at United, it’s difficult to let go and start a new chapter but I don’t think he should be afraid because, as he showed with West Ham, he can do it.

“He’s still under 30, so he has enough time to to play and enjoy football but just sitting on the bench at United, it’s obvious he isn’t going play, I cannot accept that.

“If he wants to go to the World Cup with England, he needs to find a solution quckly. Sometimes it’s easier said than done because I’ve been in the same situation. But he has to find a solution for his own good.”

Exit at Aston Villa

17:25 , Jonathan Gorrie

Newcastle could spark transfer chain reaction

16:51 , Jonathan Gorrie

With Bruno Guimaraes reportedly close to joining Newcastle, Lyon could turn to Tottenham midfielder Giovani Lo Celso as a replacement...

Christian Eriksen to Brentford close

16:43 , Jonathan Gorrie

According to The Times, Brentford expect to unveil Christian Eriksen as a new signing in the next 48 hours.

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Our latest on Tottenham...

16:41 , Jonathan Gorrie

Tottenham are in talks with Juventus over a deal to sign winger Dejan Kulusevski as they bid to salvage their transfer window before next week’s deadline.

It has been a frustrating 24 hours for Spurs, who first saw leading target Adama Traore choose to join Barcelona and then had a move for Porto winger Luis Diaz hijacked by Liverpool.

Spurs were understood to be willing to meet the Portuguese club’s valuation but Diaz looks to have chosen to head to Anfield instead, with Liverpool bringing forward a planned summer move.

You can read Malik Ouzia’s full article here.

Fabrizio Romano’s Tottenham update

16:34 , Jonathan Gorrie

Could be a busy few days at Tottenham...

West Brom complete deal for Andy Carroll

16:14 , Jonathan Gorrie

Wolves complete another deal

16:01 , Jonathan Gorrie

Crystal Palace talks with Donny van de Beek ongoing

15:50 , Jonathan Gorrie

It seems Crystal Palace will be the latest club to attempt to save the Dutchman from his Manchester United nightmare...

Man United join Luis Diaz race

15:27 , Jonathan Gorrie

It’s turning into quite the saga.

While Liverpool look to have gazumped Tottenham in the race for Luis Diaz, another Premier League giant are thought to be keen.

According to The Independent, Ralf Rangnick is seriously interested in the Porto winger and could look to hijack a move for him.

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Everton could face battle to keep Dominic Calvert-Lewin

15:05 , Jonathan Gorrie

According to The Daily Telegraph, Everton could well face a battle to keep Dominic Calvert-Lewin this month.

They claim that Newcastle are ready to offer as much as £60m for the England international in order to add to a frontline already containing Chris Wood and Callum Wilson.

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Newcastle snubbed

15:01 , Jonathan Gorrie

In what is increasingly looking like a familiar situation for Newcastle, the club have reportedly failed in an attempt to sign Dan Burn from Brighton.

According to the BBC, a £7m offer for the defender is not thought to be anywhere near Brighton’s valuation.

Man City to discuss Sterling extension

14:37 , Marc Mayo

Raheem Sterling is set to restart contract talks with Manchester City.

ESPN report on the resumption after negotiations were cut off amid Sterling’s concerns over his role in Pep Guardiola’s team.

Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are named as interested in the winger, whose deal at the Etihad runs to 2023.

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Tottenham making moves for Dejan Kulusevski

14:37 , Jonathan Gorrie

According to The Athletic, Tottenham are now ready to make move for Dejan Kulusevski.

Having missed out on Adama Traore and Luis Diaz, Spurs are looking to make moves during what remains of the January transfer window and have reportedly identified the Swedish international as a prime target.

Aston Villa make official bid for Juventus star

14:29 , Jonathan Gorrie

Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Aston Villa have now made an official move for Rodrigo Bentancur.

Traore tipped to shine in Spain

14:15 , Marc Mayo

Adama Traore’s ex-teammate believes the incoming winger will be Barcelona’s most dangerous attacker.

Sergi Palencia, now of Leganes, played with the Spain international at the Camp Nou academy and has analysed the deal on Le Tribu.

He said: “The most difficult player to defend against in Barca’s attack will be Adama, his abilities are amazing.

“I know he wants to return home. I think he didn't expect it. He is not a player with big numbers, but he has another profile, he enriches you and makes you more unpredictable.”

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Rooney says no to Everton

14:10 , Marc Mayo

Wayne Rooney has confirmed that he turned down the chance to discuss the vacant manager’s role at Everton.

Vitor Pereira and Frank Lampard are thought to be the remaining candidates to take over the struggling Toffees, after the sacking of Rafa Benitez.

He told reporters: “Everton approached my agent and asked me to interview for the vacant job, which I turned down.”

Read the full story.

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Villa and Newcastle continue their push

13:54 , Marc Mayo

Attila Szalai is a wanted man with both Aston Villa and Newcastle chasing the Fenerbahce defender, according to Fanatik.

A bid of £17million is said to be incoming from the Magpies, which the Turkish team hopes to improve on.

Aubameyang latest

13:41 , Marc Mayo

Barcelona and Juventus have made loan approaches for Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, writes Standard Sport’s Simon Collings.

The 32-year-old has fallen out of favour at Arsenal and he has not played for the Gunners since being stripped of the captaincy in December.

Read the full story.

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Barca keep up the business

13:34 , Marc Mayo

Barcelona have agreed a deal to sign former Manchester City youth player Alpha Dionkou.

The right-back, 20, started the season with San Fernando and will initially head into the Blaugrana’s B team, according to Sport.

Breaking news!

13:21 , Marc Mayo

Adama Traore has touched down in Barcelona to undergo his medical.

Read the full story.

Tottenham turn to Amrabat

13:16 , Marc Mayo

Tottenham will pay Fiorentina £1.25million for the loan of Sofyan Amrabat, according to TMW in Italy.

A further £12.5m is to be added on if the deal is made permanent, with Spurs now looking to progress the deal having missed out on Luis Diaz and Adama Traore.

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Euro giants line up Scamacca bid

12:59 , Marc Mayo

Borussia Dortmund have entered the running for Sassuolo star Gianluca Scamacca.

A £37million bid is on the table for the forward, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, which could include a loan stint back at Sassuolo until June.

Scamacca is said to prefer staying in Italy however, with Inter Milan an option.

Barcelona and Juventus pushing for Aubameyang loan

12:44 , George Flood

An update on the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang situation.

David Ornstein of The Athletic reports that both Barcelona and Juventus have now made official approaches to Arsenal regarding their exiled former captain.

Both European heavyweights want to take Aubameyang on loan for the remainder of the season, with talks expected to focus on the payment of his £350,000-per-week salary and the length of the deal.

Ornstein suggests Arsenal could push for a longer agreement.

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Done deal!

12:29 , Marc Mayo

Valencia have signed RB Leipzig youngster Ilaix Moriba, formerly one of Barcelona’s top talents, on loan.

Luis Diaz latest

12:26 , Marc Mayo

Liverpool’s ability to provide Champions League football has been key to their pursuit of Luis Diaz, writes Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick.

Tottenham were willing to pay the asking price set by Porto but are out of European competition, having been dumped out of the Europa Conference League in controversial circumstances.

More wonderful news for Tottenham...

12:06 , Marc Mayo

La Gazzetta dello Sport report that AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie is ready to reject a move to Tottenham in the summer in order to stay in Italy.

The Ivorian, who furthered his reputation with some excellent displays at the Africa Cup of Nations this month, is out of contract in the summer and will be one of the most sought-after free agents in European football.

Spurs had reportedly held talks with the player in a bid to agree a deal ahead of time but the outlet claim these were “not positive” and that he is likely to join either Juventus or Inter Milan.

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Tchouameni catches Real Madrid’s eye

11:53 , Marc Mayo

Real Madrid have entered the race to sign Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco.

Marca report on the LaLiga giants considering the Frenchman as a midfielder to compete with Brazilian destroyer Casemiro.

Chelsea and Manchester United are named as also tracking £75million-rated Tchouameni, with the Blues said to be furthest forward in discussing a deal with the player and his agent, Jonathan Kebe.

Paris Saint-Germain have turned their attentions away from the youngster and towards Paul Pogba, it is claimed.

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That Mateta news has Arsenal implications, too...

11:45 , Malik Ouzia

Tanner to Tottenham latest

11:42 , George Flood

Here’s the latest on the Ollie Tanner to Tottenham front from Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick...

Spurs have had a six-figure bid accepted by Lewes for non-League star Ollie Tanner, but a deal has yet to be agreed with the player.

The winger, 19, is also wanted by other Premier League and Championship clubs but Spurs have agreed a package worth around £100,000, which includes a sell-on fee of between 10 and 20 per cent for the Isthmian League Premier Division club.

Tanner has been training with Spurs’ development squad for the past fortnight, impressing coaches, but is yet to decide on his next club.

The teenager picked up an injury in Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Cray Wanderers, which could complicate a move.

Spurs have a vacancy on the wing in their Under-23 side after selling Dilan Markanday to Blackburn Rovers earlier this month.

Sterling not of interest to Barcelona

11:37 , Marc Mayo

Barcelona doubted Raheem Sterling’s ability to adapt to life at the Camp Nou - and so signed Ferran Torres instead.

Sport detail the Catalans’ scouting of the Manchester City winger.

Xavi was reportedly told that Torres would be a better fit for the club and the deal to sign him has been described as “relatively easy” from then on.

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Tottenham bid for Tanner accepted

11:27 , George Flood

This is unlikely to placate angry Tottenham fans still reeling after seemingly missing out on both Adama Traore and Luis Diaz.

However, according to The Athletic, the club’s bid for Lewes winger Ollie Tanner has now been accepted.

The 19-year-old non-league star has impressed while training with Spurs’ development squad over the past fortnight.

Tottenham moved for the in-demand Tanner earlier this week, with Brighton having failed with their own bid that would have seen the player return to Isthmian Premier Division club Lewes on loan for the remainder of the season.

Spurs’ offer for the former Arsenal and Charlton youngster contained no such option.

Wolves set Neves asking price

11:23 , Malik Ouzia

The Sun say that Wolves have put a £40m price-tag on the head of midfielder Ruben Neves.

The Portuguese international has been back to his best this season under Bruno Lage and has been linked with both Manchester United and Arsenal as the latter continue to search desperately for midfield reinforcements.

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Done deal!

11:22 , Marc Mayo

Walsall have signed Manchester United full-back Reece Devine on loan.

“I had a few good chats with the gaffer and he said very good things," said Devine. “I am really excited to join and give my all for the team and show the fans what I can offer. Hopefully we can start picking up some points soon.”

Crystal Palace growing confident over Van de Beek

11:21 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Jack Rosser also reports that Crystal Palace are increasingly optimistic that they will sign Donny van de Beek on loan before the deadline...

Crystal Palace chiefs are growing in confidence that a deal for the Netherlands international can be struck and are now negotiating a loan fee with their counterparts at Manchester United.

The Red Devils have demanded high loan fees for Jesse Lingard so far this month, which has left the former West Ham man’s move to Newcastle hanging by a thread.

Should Palace get the deal for Van de Beek over the line, it is understood that there would be no option to buy included.

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Crystal Palace close on Mateta deal

11:01 , George Flood

Crystal Palace are closing in on a deal to make Jean-Philippe Mateta’s loan move permanent, writes Jack Rosser.

The Eagles had been open to letting the French striker leave at the start of the month but an upturn in form has seen him climb the pecking order in Patrick Vieira‘s squad.

Mateta originally joined on loan from German side Mainz with an obligation to buy for £13million after a certain amount of starts for Crystal Palace. The 24-year-old will not hit that threshold but Palace still want to make the move permanent and have been in negotiations with Mainz over a reduced fee.

Talks are expected to continue today and it is thought that the two sides are close to agreeing a fee of around £8m. The former France Under-21 international has two goals and an assist in nine appearances for the south Londoners so far this season.

Click here to read the full story

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Meanwhile, in Florence...

10:57 , Marc Mayo

Basel striker Arthur Cabral has arrived for his Fiorentina medical ahead of a £12million deal to replace Dusan Vlahovic in Tuscany.

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Vlahovic announcement imminent

10:42 , Marc Mayo

Dusan Vlahovic will put pen to paper on his Juventus contract at 3.30pm GMT today, according to reports in Italy.

Serbia national team boss Dragan Stojkovic has backed the striker to be a big success in Turin.

“He has a great future ahead of him,” the coach told TMW. “He is 100 per cent focused on his work and I just hope he continues like this. Vlahovic can have a really important career and he doesn’t have to set any limits.”

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Derby youngster attracing interest abroad

10:29 , Marc Mayo

Derby could be about to lose promising forward Festy Ebosele.

Udinese and Stuttgart have expressed an interest in the 19-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer.

The beleaguered Rams already rejected a £500,000 bid from Nottingham Forest for Ebosele, who as reported by the Irish Independent could join fellow young Irishman James Abankwah in Italy after he joined Udinese.

Luis Diaz update

10:14 , Marc Mayo

Tottenham have suffered a second embarrassing blow in the space of 24 hours, with Liverpool this morning hijacking their move for Porto's Luis Diaz, writes Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick.

Spurs have been in talks with Porto over the highly-rated Colombia winger but the Reds are now close to completing a deal worth €60million (£50m).

Spurs were hopeful of signing Diaz after yesterday missing out on another target, Adama Traore, who is set to join Barcelona on loan from Wolves.

Read the full story.

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Saints want two Chelsea starlets

09:57 , Marc Mayo

Southampton want to sign Tino Anjorin as part of a double swoop for Chelsea starlets, writes Standard Sport’s James Robson.

Saints are also hoping to seal a permanent deal for Armando Broja in the summer when his season-long loan from the European champions comes to an end.

Talks have already opened over Anjorin, who could move this month after cutting short his loan at Lokomotiv Moscow because of a metatarsal injury.

Read the full story.

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Don’t fear the Toon...

09:44 , Marc Mayo

Newcastle feel a sense of injustice after being told by Manchester United to pay up a maximum of £15million to take Jesse Lingard on loan.

The Athletic report on the Magpies’ believing that top clubs who see them as a threat after their Saudi-led takeover, would prefer them to go down so that they do not become a major force near the top of the Premier League.

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Kulusevski deal not discarded yet

09:30 , Marc Mayo

Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski remains a target for Premier League clubs.

Rumoured interest from AC Milan will not come to fruition, according to TuttoMercatoWeb, whereas Tottenham and Arsenal had previously been credited with wanting the Swede.

Milan could see one midfielder leave however, with Samu Castillejo reportedly nearing a move to Valencia.

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Brentford bid for Championship starlet

09:17 , Marc Mayo

Keane Lewis-Potter is attracting interest from Brentford and West Ham.

The Bees are said to have moved on to the Hull midfielder after missing out on Nottingham Forest’s Brennan Johnson.

The Mail state that a £12million bid has been launched from West London.

Elsewhere, Mads Bidstrup is potentially leaving on loan to Blackburn in the coming days.

Two out, two in for Bayern Munich

09:03 , Marc Mayo

Bayern Munich have already identified their replacements for outgoing free agents Niklas Sule and Corentin Tolisso.

Despite losing the duo in the summer without a fee, the incoming Matthias Ginter and Denis Zakaria will be cheap signings themselves due to their contracts expiring in June.

Sport Bild add that Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen of Chelsea are also wanted by the Bavarians.

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Vlahovic agent set for big pay day

08:58 , Marc Mayo

Dusan Vlahovic’s agents are set to earn £12.5million for cutting the deal that will see the striker join Juventus.

Italian daily Corriere dello Sport has detailed the sums involved in the Fiorentina star’s move across Serie A.

Agent Darko Ristic had asked for £15m, it is claimed, and Juve will pay Fiorentina an initial £58m with £4m in add-ons.

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Dusan Vlahovic arrives for Juventus medical

08:47 , Marc Mayo

Plenty of interest in Wilshere

08:41 , Marc Mayo

Jack Wilshere could move to Italy or Greece for his next playing stint.

Monza, of Serie B, and AEK Athens are both interested in the 30-year-old, as reported by football.london.

Championship sides are also tracking the free agent, who has been training at old club Arsenal to maintain his fitness.

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Luis Diaz latest

08:30 , Marc Mayo

Watford boss not desperate for new faces

08:21 , Marc Mayo

Roy Hodgson has laid out his plans for his Watford squad ahead of the transfer deadline.

“I haven't seen all the players yet to be frank,” Hodgson told Sky Sports News. “There are players injured and players away in the Africa Cup of Nations.

“On paper, the squad is a very big one. They have a lot of merits, otherwise they would not be representing their countries as they are at the moment.

“I have five months to try and help the club stay in the league and basically I am more than happy to do that with the players that are here already.

“If the owner decides he wants to present somebody else, of course we will look into it. But there will be no knocking on his door from my point of view.”

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Newcastle set to sign Guimaraes

08:15 , Marc Mayo

Newcastle will soon announce the signing of Bruno Guimaraes.

According to talkSPORT, a £30million deal has been agreed for the midfielder to join from Lyon after the Toon launched a second bid.

The French side had publicly denied an agreement only days ago, while Arsenal were interested in the Brazilian but have now missed out on a long-term target.

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Carroll finds new club

08:08 , Marc Mayo

Andy Carroll is due for a medical at West Brom today after leaving Reading.

The Telegraph report on the former Premier League striker after the Baggies lost striker Daryl Dike to injury.

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More on Matt Turner

07:59 , Marc Mayo

Get the full lowdown on Matt Turner’s imminent move to Arsenal from Standard Sport’s Simon Collings.

Read the full story.

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Liverpool set to seal Diaz deal

07:51 , Marc Mayo

Multiple outlets are now reporting on Liverpool pressing ahead with their bid to sign Luis Diaz.

A £37.5million deal is said to be in the offing, with £12.5m in add-ons.

The move would represent another blow for Tottenham, having already lost out on Adama Traore to Barcelona only yesterday...

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Rashford to PSG?

07:34 , Marc Mayo

Marcus Rashford is reportedly “excited” at the possibilty of signing for Paris Saint-Germain, according to surprise reports out of France.

Transfer journalist Fabrice Hawkins claims talks between the club and Manchester United player last summer sounded out the possibility of him replacing Kylian Mbappe at Parc des Princes.

And the matter, it is said, could be reviewed again in the coming summer...

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Arsenal close in on signing

07:28 , Marc Mayo

Matt Turner is on the verge of signing for Arsenal.

The Gunners are set to pay £5.8million for the New England Revolution goalkeeper, with a further £2m in add-ons and a sell-on clause, as reported by the Mail.

The United States international will then cross the pond in the summer, which could spell the end of Bernd Leno’s time in North London.

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Liverpool and Spurs battle over Luis Diaz

07:15 , Marc Mayo

We have a good old fashioned transfer brawl near the top of the Premier League with both Liverpool and Tottenham keen on Luis Diaz.

Antonio Conte’s side have seen a bid of around £37million rejected by Porto for the winger, who has a release clause of £67m.

Liverpool, according to Sky Sports, are thinking of moving forward their summer plans to buy Diaz by launching a fresh £45m offer this month.

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Welcome

Thursday 27 January 2022 21:51 , Marc Mayo

Good morning and welcome to Standard Sport’s transfer centre.

The headline news comes from French outlet RMC Sport as they claim PSG are closing in a loan move for Tottenham midfielder, Tanguy Ndombele.

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