Dortmund offers Erling Haaland’s new contract, wants January decision
The January 2022 transfer window is open (find when it closes here), and there’s a lot of gossip swirling around who’s moving in. Transfer Talk brings you the latest news on rumors, comings and goings, and of course, expired deals!
Important story: Dortmund offer a new contract to Haaland, want the January decision
Borussia Dortmund is preparing for contract talks with the striker Erling HaalandHis father Alf Inge and his agent Mino Raiola next week, according to SportBILD. They are said to want him to make a decision on his future by the end of January.
Haaland, 21, is said to be able to leave Dortmund at the end of this season if the club issues a release clause of €75m. Sources have told ESPN that the fee will be inflated by a big push for Haaland’s representatives to broker a deal, while VIPs from interested clubs have been told the striker is expecting salaries that would see him earn upwards of €550,000 a week. .
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Real Madrid are all racing to sign the Norway striker, with Raiola in talks with some of Europe’s top clubs last year.
“Maybe this summer, maybe next summer,” Raiola told Sport1 in December. “But there is a big chance that Erling will leave this summer.”
Haaland scored 76 goals in 76 games for Dortmund after joining from Salzburg for around 20 million euros in the middle of the 2019-20 season, despite attempts by Manchester United and former coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to bring him to the Premier League.
Sources told ESPN that Haaland will look at interest from a range of clubs when he leaves Dortmund, but Real Madrid are the first contenders to sign the player, while the Spanish club is also trying to be relegated. Kylian Mbappe As a free agent when his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of this season.
10.12 GMT: Santos launched a one-year loan offer to secure services Pablo From Sao Paulo, according to ESPN Brazil.
The striker has already agreed to the proposal but the clubs have yet to reach an agreement as Santos wants Sao Paulo to pay part of his salary.
10.03 GMT: After the arrival of the former Tottenham and Barcelona midfielder Paulinho As a free agent, Corinthians are now in advanced talks with Ponte Petra to sign Evan.
Indeed, the goalkeeper has already secured permission to undergo his medical with Corinthians before completing the move.
09.50 GMT: Ousmane Dembele He will not leave Barcelona in the January transfer market, despite the player’s refusal to sign a new contract, according to spar.
Dembele, 24, will become a free agent this summer and Barcelona are keen on the player to extend his deal. The club gave him an ultimatum to accept his last offer or leave this month.
However, the France striker will only stay at Barcelona if his requests are met and he intends to join a Premier League club this summer if he is not.
09.41 GMT: Atletico Madrid are already planning for the 2022-23 season without Luis Suarez’s photoAnd Cadena Cup Reports. The Uruguayan striker has yet to sign a new contract with Atletico as his current deal expires this summer.
Suarez, 34, has scored nine goals in 24 matches in all competitions Rojiblancos this chapter. The former Barcelona and Liverpool star joined Atletico in September 2020, but is said to be a target for MLS clubs, including Inter Miami.
09.22 GMT: Tottenham Hotspur interested in signing Jesse Lingard on a free transfer from Manchester United in the summer, sources told ESPN.
Lingard’s contract expires in June, and Tottenham are among a handful of clubs keen to sign the 29-year-old England international.
There has been interest from other Premier League clubs as well as clubs in Spain and Italy including Barcelona and AC Milan.
Sources told ESPN that Tottenham have registered an interest in Lingard but have yet to make an official offer.
09.04 GMT: Jesus Tecateto Corona The date for a move to Seville is approaching, sources tell ESPN’s David Cartledge.
The Spanish side is in the final stages of a deal with Porto, and sources said the Mexico international will be leaving for a small fee given that his contract expires in June.
The 29-year-old has been a long-term target of sporting director Monchi, as well as Julen Lopetegui, who coached Coruna when he was in charge of Porto. Lopetegui stressed the importance of the diversity and experience of Corona, as Seville continues to move forward in various competitions.
08.30 GMT: Manchester United will prioritize a new contract for Marcus Rashford This summer, sources told ESPN, despite concerns within the club about the striker continuing to look for his best form.
The 24-year-old’s current time at Old Trafford expires in June 2023, although United have the option to extend those terms for another 12 months, which sources said they fully intend to do in order to secure the England international to the club until the end of the season. 2023-24.
Having seen midfielders Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard both enter the final six months of their contracts with United this month and prepare to leave as free agents in the summer, the Old Trafford hierarchy is determined to avoid a similar situation that has arisen with Rashford, who has become one of the club’s most famous players. Since he scored two goals on his debut as an 18-year-old against FC Midtjylland in February 2016.
Sources told ESPN that United are confident Rashford is ready to dedicate his future to the club, but the player’s loss of form is an issue the coaching staff and VIPs are determined to tackle.
Shaka Heslop and Steve Nicholl were unimpressed by Manchester United’s FA Cup win over Aston Villa.
Paper Gossip (by Danny Lewis)
Real Madrid continues talks with the midfielder Luka Modric on a new contract, but Tottenham Hotspur could offer the Croatia international to return to north London if he is unable to agree new terms with eggs, according to Akram Koner. The 36-year-old’s contract will expire in the summer, as January provided the opportunity to negotiate a pre-contract with clubs abroad.
– Newcastle United eyeing two potential alternatives to center back for Lille’s goal Sven PutmanCalciomercato reports. Reportedly, the Magpies’ move in favor of Botman has been rejected and they are now looking into AS Monaco Benoit Badiyashil and Everton Mason Holgate As backup options to strengthen their defense.
Juventus join the Lyon midfielder race Bruno GuimarãesCalciomercato writes. The 24-year-old has been linked with a number of clubs this month and the old lady is believed to be the latest as they look to reshape their midfield, but OL is said to be keeping a €50m transfer fee before penalizing the team. The departure of the Brazilian international.
Roma have been closely linked with the transfer of the Arsenal midfielder Granite Shaka Last summer, but they may return to it this year, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport. Jose Mourinho is said to be looking to reconsider a move for the Switzerland international at the end of the season, having already signed Gunners midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles on loan for the remainder of the season.
Newcastle United are preparing to sign the Burnley striker Chris Wood, according to Fabrizio Romano. The New Zealand international is said to have a £20m release clause, which the Magpies are willing to meet, and aims to complete a deal soon amid the absence of injured Callum Wilson.