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เวลา:2023-01-11  เรียกดู:

CHELSEA are closing in on the signing of Joao Felix on loan until the end of the season - and his medical is underway!

The Blues have agreed to signFelix on loan from Atletico Madrid for the rest of the season.

Elsewhere, Inter Miami are still hoping to sign Lionel Messi despite rumours regarding a contract extension at PSG.

TheMLSside were said to beon the vergeof agreeing a sensational deal to sign thePSGace back in November but he now looks set to stay in France, despite Miamis hopes.

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Chelsea paying 10million to borrow Joao Felix for the rest of the season is absolute madness.

Thats the verdict of Ally McCoist after the Blues seemingly beat off Arsenal and Manchester United to the Atletico Madrid wideman.

Ex-Scotland striker McCoist cant believe Chelsea are paying such a sum plus the Portugal stars wages.

The Gunners baulked at Atleticos demands as they are more keen on Shakhtar Donetskss Mykhailo Mudryk.

And McCoist told talkSPORT: Ive got to say I cant believe were paying 10m for a loan now absolute madness.

I like Joao Felix [but] I dont think hes the answer to Chelseas problems.

They need a centre-forward. Plus, I dont think hes consistent enough.

I watched him closely at the World Cup and I thought he did some brilliant things. I thought he had one or two good games.

But hes one of those players, for me, he just leaves you wanting a little bit more.

Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly attracting interest from Spain.

The Gabon and ex-Arsenal striker, 33,joined from Barcelona in the summerbut has failed to hit peak form.

Aubameyanghas played nine times in the Premier League, scoring just once following 13 goals in 18 games for Barca.

And his pathway to more starts could be further blocked ifChelseacomplete theloan signing of Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix.

Aubameyang missed Sundays 4-0 FA Cup loss at Manchester City with a back problem.

But hes expected to be fit for Saturdays home Prem clash with Crystal Palace.

Arsenal starlet Miguel Azeez has joined Championship strugglers Wigan on loan for the rest of the campaign.

The midfielder, 20, was borrowed by Portsmouth last season.

And hes reunited with Latics assistant manager Kevin Betsy, who oversaw him with England youths and as an Arsenal kid.

Newcastle will bid to tempt German rising star Youssoufa Moukoko into a summer move on a free.

ButBarcelonabelieve they are favourites to land the 18-year-old forward, who became his countrys youngest ever World Cup player in Qatar.

Borussia Dortmund want Moukoko to sign a new deal but for 60,000 a week compared to 85,000 he could get at Newcastle or Barca.

Toon have not spoken directly to the youngster but bossEddie Howewants him on board.

Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl said: We would like a decision quite promptly. It is important for all parties to have clarity.

The teenager has been linked with a move toStamford Bridge as well as Barcelona.

Man City, PSG and Real Madrid have also monitored him in the past.

Cristiano Ronaldo had a negative effect on Manchester Uniteds England frontmen Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho.

So says ex-Three Lions winger John Barnes as legend Ronaldo awaits his debut for new club Al Nassr.

Barnes toldBonusCodeBets: You have Sancho who is still yet to come back also.

I would like to see Sancho given an opportunity to revive his career. I think Ronaldo had a very negative effect on the players whilst he was there. Just his presence.

A lot of the players went backwards because of him and the influence he had.

Im glad Rashford and Sancho will now be given an opportunity to show what they can do. When you go to a club and dont start well, its tough. Especially at 80m.

Arsenal ducked out of a loan bidding war for Joao Felix to focus on Mykhailo Mudryk.

Thats the claim of transfer expert Fabrizio Romano as Chelsea close on a deal for Atletico Madrid winger Felix.

Romano insists the Gunners January transfer priority has always been Shakhtar Donetsk wideman Mudryk.

That helped Chelsea fend off Arsenal and Manchester United for Felix as Atletico wanted a large loan fee plus his wages paid in full.

Romano told hisYouTube channel: They (Arsenal) had conversations with Joao Felix.

But they dont want to spend around €15-16m plus taxes for the Joao Felix loan deal, so the focus is on Mykhailo Mudryk.

Matteo Guendouzi could reunite with ex-Arsenal boss Unai Emery.

Its thought Aston Villa chief Emery is in for the Marseille midfielder.

French outletLEquipebelieve a Premier League club has already made an approach for the France ace this month

Guendouzi, 23, only move to Marseille from the Emirates last July for 9.7million.

Villarreal will reluctantly consider selling striker Arnaut Danjuma - amid interest from Everton and Aston Villa.

The Spaniards would love to keep the six-cap Dutchman, 25.

But transfer guru Fabrizio Romano says its possible the former Bournemouth man could leave this month.

Romano posted: Villarreal will now listen to offers but no rush as Danjuma is a valued asset.

Players representatives are in talks with clubs across Europe whilst future is being considered. More than one club keen on signing him.

Everton striker Tom Cannon says he pounced at the chance to join Preston - after hearing they create a lot of chances.

The Republic of Ireland Under-21 star told iFollow PNE: Im delighted and glad its finally done.

Its an opportunity Im really looking forward to after speaking to the manager. Hes told me what they want of me and Im hearing they create a lot of chances so Im here to put them away.

Ever since I heard of the interest, I just wanted to get the deal done.

I just want to gain as much experience and minutes as I can here and see where that takes me.

Boss Ryan Lowe told the Championship clubswebsite: There were a lot of clubs who were interested in signing him, so Im really pleased weve got it over the line.

Tottenham are keen on a January move for reported Arsenal target Leandro Trossard.

Spursare looking to add one or two additions to their squad this window with right wing-back and an attacking player the priorities.

Versatile Brighton starTrossard, 28, is on their radar for the latter role.

But Arsenal are just one of the other Premier League clubs interested.

The Belgians contract with the Seagulls expires at the end of the season.

But SunSport understandsAlbionhave the option to extend it by a further year, which they will do if he is still at the club beyond the January window.

Trossard has seven goals in the Premier League this season, including ahat-trick at Liverpool in October, though his form has nosedived since returning from the World Cup.

Chelsea could hijack Tottenhams move for Sporting star Pedro Porro, according to reports.

The Blues are in dreadful form and desperately need reinforcements this month in hope of a more positive second half of the season.

One position that needs to be addressed is right-back.

Thats becauseChelseadont have a genuine back-up forReece James, whos struggled with consistent injury problems.

James is once again sidelined after suffering anotherknee problem on his comeback against Bournemouthlast month.

As a result, Chelsea could enter the race highly-rated Sporting man Porro, according toBen Jacobs, speaking on the Last Word on Spurs podcast.

The 21-year-old has caught the eye in Portugal, registering two goals and 12 assists this season.

Hes particularly impressed in the Champions League and his overall record for Sporting is 30 goal contributions is 94 appearances since arriving from Manchester City in 2020.

But the Blues facecompetition from London rivals Tottenham, who are also in desperate need of a right-sided player.

Although Spurs are unsure whether to trigger his 37m release clause, so Chelsea could swoop in and take advantage.

Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly attracting interest from Spain.

The Gabon and ex-Arsenal striker, 33,joined from Barcelona in the summerbut has failed to hit peak form.

Aubameyanghas played nine times in the Premier League, scoring just once following 13 goals in 18 games for Barca.

And his pathway to more starts could be further blocked ifChelseacomplete theloan signing of Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix.

Aubameyang missed Sundays 4-0 FA Cup loss at Manchester City with a back problem.

But hes expected to be fit for Saturdays home Prem clash with Crystal Palace.

Southampton will reportedly launch a bid for winger Jeremy Doku as they bid to fight their way out of relegation.

The Belgium star is currently at Rennes after a 23m move from Anderlecht in 2020.

While injuries have hampered his progress in France, Doku has demonstrated flashes of quality and goal-threat.

AndFoot Mercatoreport that the Saints are bidding to bring him to St Marys to give their struggling side a boost.

ThePremier Leagueside are believed to be enquiring about his availability.

Southamptonwill be hoping he can bring some additional sharpness to their goal-shy forward line.

Chelsea have been accused of lacking a project as they prepare to pay absurd money for Joao Felix.

Arsenal and Manchester United baulked at splashing a huge loan fee and full wages for the Atletico Madrid attacker.

And journalist Julien Laurens doubts the Blues have a proper plan for how to use the Portugal star.

Laurens told ESPN: Its very close, it was validated by Todd Boehly, the club and Jorge Mendes.

The line they are trying to brief everybody is that he chose the Chelsea project ahead of Arsenal or Manchester United, which, lets be honest here, there is no project here.

Man United and Arsenal didnt want to pay the absurd amount of money that this deal would cost for four months.

He is a top player that would work in a team that is functioning, which isnt the case of Chelsea football club right now.

Hes not the answer, certainly not his own, to resolve all their attacking issues.

Brightons Leandro Trossard could get a second chance from Arsenal - three years after the Belgium winger rejected the Gunners.

The former Genk star, 28, has impressed since moving to the Prem in 2020.

And Tottenham are also said to be keen on him.

Cash-strapped Barcelona are reportedly ready to have a fire sale of stars as they look to balance the books.

The club spent a combined figure of around 150m to bring in Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Kounde in the summer.

And in order to do this, they were forced to take drastic measures such asselling a 25 per cent stake of their in-house production company, as well asten per cent of their TV rights for the next 25 years.

To ensure they dont end up in the same situation this summer, the club are willing to consider the sale of a number of big name players.

Brazil international winger Raphinha is one of them, with the club hoping to recoup the55m they paid to sign him from Leeds.

Ferran Torres is also reportedly allowed to leave for the right price, havingjoined from Man City for 55m two years ago.

And perhaps most surprisingly, the club are said to be prepared to listen to offers for 20-year-old Ansu Fati.

Fati was previously a top target for Man Utd, with the club reportedlyagreeing a 135m deal to sign him in 2020 before Barca pulled the plug.

Such was the high regard that the Spain starlet was held in, that the clubhanded him Lionel Messis number ten shirtfollowing the World Cup winners departure.

But journalist Jose Alvarez toldEl Chiringuitothat Barca have not been satisfied with the performances of Fati and the two other players and could consider an offer in order to keep Robert Lewandowski and Ousmane Dembele.

Arsenal starlet Miguel Azeez has joined Championship strugglers Wigan on loan for the rest of the campaign.

The midfielder, 20, was borrowed by Portsmouth last season.

And hes reunited with Latics assistant manager Kevin Betsy, who oversaw him with England youths and as an Arsenal kid.

Arsenal youngster Miguel Azeez is reportedly in talks with Wigan over a January transfer.

Azeez has spent the majority of this season on loan at Spanish second-division side UD Ibiza.

However, Arsenal re-called the youngster after making just 10 league appearances.

AndThe Athleticreport that the 20-year-old is in talks with Wigan over a loan move.

Football fans are just learning Louis van Gaals real name - with the Dutchman going with the shorter version.

The legendary manager has enjoyed an incredible career in football but has now re-entered retirement following theWorld Cup.

Van Gaal took charge of the Netherlands for the third time as he led them to Qatar.

His Holland team had been making steady progress before beingknocked out in a frantic game with Argentinain the quarter-finals.

Footy fans who had followed the 71-year-olds career thought they knew everything about him.

But some will still be shocked to learn one of his middle names is Maria.

The former Manchester United managers full name is Aloysius Paulus Maria Louis van Gaal.

He opts for the shorter version professionally.

Fellow Dutchman Wout Weghorst -who could be Old Trafford-bound- also shares the middle-name of Maria.

The Burnley strikers full name is Wout François Maria Weghorst.

Manchester United legend Andy Cole is shocked the Red Devils are recruiting Wout Weghorst - after his tough time at Burnley.

Cole toldCasinos En Ligne: Wow! When I heard about Weghorst I was as surprised as anybody.

I know he got a couple of goals in the World Cup and hes on loan in Turkey now but he had an absolutely terrible time at Burnley.

You can only say if he had such a tough time at Burnley what can we really expect if he comes to Manchester United?

Manchester United have reportedly agreed to sign striker Wout Weghorst on loan.

It appears they have found their man after agreeing on a deal with his parent club, Burnley and Besiktas, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

It appears they have found their man after agreeing on a deal with his parent club, Burnley and Besiktas, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

However, he did suggest that a deal would only be completed once the Turkish club have found a replacement.

The reporter tweeted: Manchester United have reached full, verbal agreement to sign Wout Weghorst.

Understand deal will cost around €3m (2.65m) to Besiktas Weghorst will join on loan from Burnley.

Final step needed, Besiktas will only approve the deal if they find the right replacement.

However, it appears Ronaldos move to Al Nassr has aided United and created a domino effect.

Arsenal might have to bid for Youri Tielemans this month - to fend off Newcastle.

CBS Sports Ben Jacobs believes the Toons interest means the Gunners can no longer bide their time over a possible free transfer move for the Leicester midfielder in the summer.

Jacobs said: Its very interesting because we know that Arsenals interest in Tielemans hasnt gone away.

The price just hasnt been right for them historically.

But if a club like Newcastle choose to come calling, it changes the dynamic and it forces Arsenal to make a decision.

Are they prepared to pay a fee for Tielemans? If not, they would have to wait and see whether or not he would go elsewhere mid-season or wait for them to come calling when hes available on a free transfer.

Chelsea paying 10million to borrow Joao Felix for the rest of the season is absolute madness.

Thats the verdict of Ally McCoist after the Blues seemingly beat off Arsenal and Manchester United to the Atletico Madrid wideman.

Ex-Scotland striker McCoist cant believe Chelsea are paying such a sum - plus the Portugal stars wages.

The Gunners baulked at Atleticos demands as they are more keen on Shakhtar Donetskss Mykhailo Mudryk.

And McCoist told talkSPORT: Ive got to say I cant believe were paying 10m for a loan now absolute madness.

I like Joao Felix [but] I dont think hes the answer to Chelseas problems.

They need a centre-forward. Plus, I dont think hes consistent enough.

I watched him closely at the World Cup and I thought he did some brilliant things. I thought he had one or two good games.

But hes one of those players, for me, he just leaves you wanting a little bit more.

Manchester United could suffer a double blow with Joao Felixs proposed loan to Chelsea leading to Atletico Madrid targeting Memphis Depay.

TheRed Devilsare in scintillating form after continuing their perfect post-World Cup form bybeating Everton on Friday.

ButErik ten Hagis still hoping to bolster his squad with attacking reinforcements before the end of the month.

United have already missed out onCody Gakpo after he joined Liverpool.

And the Old Trafford club are set to also lose out to Chelsea in the race for Felix.

The Atletico Madrid ace has, but hes nowon the verge of securing a loan switchto Stamford Bridge.

Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Bilal El Khannouss from Genk.

The midfielder has been likened toCitizensstarKevin De Bruyneand even been nicknamed as the new version.

The Moroccan has emerged as a transfer target for City, according to Belgian regional outletHet Laatste Nieuws.

He is considered as Genks golden boy and is believed to have been watched by some of Europes top clubs.

It could be tough for City to seal a deal for the 18-year-old as he recently signed a new contract with the Belgian outfit.

As per the report, Genk are believed to be demanding a fee of 28million for the midfielder.

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