Transfer News: Done Deals, Arsenal Lead Barca In The Race For Isak, Lukaku Could Join Chelsea Rivals
Arsenal Lead Barca In The Race For Isak
According to El Nacional, Swedish striker, Alexander Isak is “loved” by Arsenal and are close to beating Barcelona in the race to sign him. Arsenal are in need of a striker after Aubameyang has falling down the pecking order at the club and Lacazette’s contract will end in the summer.
Lukaku Could Join Chelsea Rivals.
The player is frustrated at the club and has hinted on leaving the club with barely just half a season at the club.
Liverpool & Man Utd battle it out for Cresswell
According to the Sun, Liverpool and Manchester United are ready to battle it out for the signing of Leeds starlet Charlie Cresswell.
Barca play down Morata talk
Barcelona director of football Mateu Alemany has played down recent links with Juventus forward Alvaro Morata.
Barcelona ‘in talks’ over Anthony Martial swap-deal
Anthony Martial is set to leave United this month and Barcelona are being linked with a move.
It is suggested Barca need to axe Dembele from their wage bill before they can register fellow signing Ferran Torres and dumping him on United would be an ideal solution.
Liverpool target Olympiacos star Camara
Liverpool have identified Olympiacos star Aguibou Camara as a transfer target – according to Calciomercato.
Milan are also interested in the 20-year-old midfielder, who initially moved to Greece from Lille last summer.
Middlesbrough confirm the loan signing of Brighton striker Aaron Connolly
Middlesbrough have confirmed the loan signing of Brighton striker Aaron Connolly.
The Republic of Ireland international is Boro’s first signing of the January transfer window and joins until the end of the season.
Fleetwood sign Harvey Macadam from non-league Ashton
Fleetwood Town have signed midfielder Harvey Macadam from non-league Ashton United for an undisclosed fee.
The 20-year-old, who began his career as a youngster at Burnley, has agreed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the League One club.