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Tuesday’s Transfer Gossip: Hazard, Dembele, Lacazette, Ramsey, Wijnaldum, Diallo, Lingard

 

  • Chelsea have held informal talks with Real Madrid over re-signing 30-year-old Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard – but the Spanish club would want England right-back Reece James, 21, in return. (El Nacional – in Catalan)

 

  • Manchester United will consider a cut-price £15million for Jesse Lingard in January if he continues to refuse a new deal.(The sun)

 

  • Arsenal are considering a shock swoop for former star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Liverpool. (The sun)

 

  • Liverpool are closely monitoring OusmaneDembele’s situation at Barcelona. The 24-year-old France winger, who has not played since Euro 2020 because of a knee injury, is out of contract at the end of the season. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)

 

  • Manchester United are considering bringing in Leicester’s Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, 24. (Fichajes – in Spanish)

 

 

  • Former Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre, 63, and ex-Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, 43, are two of the names the new Newcastle United owners are considering as a possible replacement for Steve Bruce at St James’ Park. (Telegraph – subscription required)

 

  • Arsenal and France forward Alexandre Lacazette, 30, has no intention of signing a new contract with the Gunners when his current deal expires at the end of the season. (Football.London)

 

  • Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 30, still believes he can be a success at Juventus with a season-and-a-half remaining on his current contract. (Times – subscription required)

 

  • Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, says he is “not completely happy” at Paris St-Germain – just four months after joining from Liverpool. (Independent)

 

  • Dutch side Feyenoord are preparing a fresh bid for Manchester United and Ivory Coast winger Amad Diallo, 19, after an injury scuppered a loan move in the summer. (Sun)

 

  • Manchester United will consider selling England attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard, 28, for £15m in January if he does not sign a new contract at Old Trafford, with his current deal due to expire next summer. (Sun)

 

  • Real Madrid are interested in re-signing Spain left-back Sergio Reguilon from Tottenham Hotspur, but are not willing to meet the 40m euros (£33.9m) buy-back clause in the 24-year-old’s contract. (Defensa Central – in Spanish)

 

  • Juventus have opened talks with the agent of Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek, 24, with a view to a January move for the Netherlands midfielder. (La Stampa via Football Italia)

 

  • Juventus are also preparing a January loan offer for Manchester City and Portugal playmaker Bernardo Silva, 27. (Calciomercato – in Italian)

 

  • English centre-half Ben Davies, 26, still believes he has a future at Liverpool, despite not playing for them after joining in February and then going on a season-long loan to Sheffield United. (Liverpool Echo)

 

  • Spain goalkeeper David Raya, 26, says he is happy at Brentford amid interest from Arsenal and Everton(Cadena Ser – in Spanish)

 

  • William Saliba admits his move to Marseille is “what he needed” as he agrees with Mikel Arteta for sending him out loan. (The mirror)

 

  • Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened the door for some of United’s talented youngsters to impress after calling up eight youth players to train with the senior side.(The mirror)

 

  • Manchester United will assess Raphael Varane’s thigh injury on Tuesday amid fears the Frenchman faces a spell on the sidelines.(Daily mail)

 

  • Andreas Christensen has reportedly agreed a new deal to stay at Chelsea which will see him nearly double his wages.(Daily mail)

 

  • Holland head coach Louis van Gaal has taken aim at Barcelona for ‘blaming foreigners’ with the Catalan club in the midst of a crisis on and off the pitch.(Daily mail)

 

  • Sam Kerr and her Matildas teammates have broken their silence and issued a strong statement after shocking allegations of sexual harassment and bullying within Australia’s international women’s football team.(Daily mail)

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