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The· The transfer window will open in early January, And there is growing speculation about potential deals.Check out the latest gossip below, and See all official deals here..

Top Story: Connect to Snub United and Milan

Borussia Mönchengladbach Approaching signature Quadio Connect From Toulouse, according to an Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano..

19 years old was linked only yesterday Manchester United, AC Milan And Leeds UnitedHowever, Romano believes that the move to Menchen Glattbach is “one step ahead”.

Toulouse is believed to have accepted a bid of € 9 million, but personal terms should have been agreed. Milan is rumored to have offered add-ons for only € 5 million in comparison, but Toulouse is now agreeing to a deal close to € 10 million they were looking for.

The contract is believed to be for five and a half years, and he connects with many players who have played in the French league. Marcus Turum And Alassane Pléa..

Kone played 17 times this season and helped Toulouse take second place in League 2.He is a powerful box-to-box player and many Paul Pogba..

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West Ham wants to move King

West Ham United In the next striker market Sebastien Haller’s Moved to Ajax, which is nearing completion on Thursday, Joshua King According to, it is said to be the top of the list of David Moyes Sun..

Moyes tried to catch the Bournemouth striker in the summer, but Cherry’s rejected Hammers’ £ 13m bid.

West Ham still appreciates King for that price, but you may need to look behind the couch to find more penny. Newcastle United And West Bromwich Albion I am also interested in King’s services, which add value to King.

Newcastle and West Brom are said to be willing to pay around £ 15m, which is more than the amount offered by West Ham owner David Sullivan.

But now that Haller has completed his move, it not only gives West Ham more incentives to fill his shoes, but also some money to help them do it.

King lost his contract at the end of the season, but Bournemouth doesn’t want to let him go cheap again this month.

Atletico i Dembele as an alternative to Costa

Atletico Madrid Looking for a new striker after the end Diego Costaof Contract, and the club is keen on landing Moussa Dembele From Lyon, by L’Équipe..

Dembele has just returned from an arm injury and he has finished the last two seasons as the top scorer in the club. France, The report says. He scored only once this season and started six games.

Madrid has registered their interests in the last few days. Dembele has a contract in Lyon until 2023, but is said to be keen to move to the Spanish capital to join Atletico.

West Ham is also said to be interested, but given Haller’s departure mentioned above, it could be linked to all available strikers.

Lyon is reluctant to sell someone in January, but could be persuaded to cash in while Dembele is sick.

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Nice Want to land Mamadou Sakho As their second defensive signature in the January transfer window following their arrival William saliba Lending from Arsenal, by Nice Mattin In France. The 30-year-old has made only four appearances this season after four campaigns. Crystal palace, And Eagles boss Roy Hodgson is keen on lowering the age of the team, while at the same time freeing up some budget to strengthen it.

-Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero According to the report, they are saying goodbye to Manchester United’s teammates prior to the January move. Manchester Evening News.. Romero hadn’t trained in Carrington this month, and goalkeepers who lost their contract in the summer reportedly agreed to move to Boca Juniors.


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Manchester United lose to AC Milan to Quadio Connect’s Gladbach

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