EPL : Transfer Rumors

EPL : Transfer Rumors

Could Aubameyang, Ibrahimovic, Isco could end up in the Premier league While Nasir could be on his way out

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Many Premier league teams are looking to strengthen their squads, while some players are searching for some game time while others will not be extending their contracts. The biggest drive or push in the transfer is players falling out of favor with managers. Here are the possible move this January.

 

 

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is eyeing a shock £42m move for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this month.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been heavily linked with a move to MLS and the Premier League
  • Louis van Gaal has been told Southampton striker Sadio Mane, who was dropped to the bench for disciplinary reasons on Saturday, will cost a stunning £62.5m.
  • Southampton are ready to launch a bid for Danish whizkid Emre Mor, who is currently at FC Nordsjaelland.
  • Breel Embolo is being eyed by Everton as a long-term replacement for Romelu Lukaku.
  • Charlie Austin will hand QPR a massive promotion boost by staying at the club.
  • Norwich will join the race for Chelsea striker Loic Rem this month.
  • QPR are one of the clubs hoping to snap up Patrick Bamford on loan for the second half of the season.
  • Leicester’s forgotten man Gokhan Inler has opened the door to a move to Aston Villa.
  • Lorenzo Insigne’s agent claims Arsenal want the Napoli striker. Paris Saint-Germain are also looking at the 24-year-old Italy international, according to his representative Antonio Ottaiano.
  • The two Manchester clubs are set to make big transfer moves this week. United are eyeing Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson at £35m and Southampton forward Sadio Mane for £30m, while City are in talks with Real Madrid over Isco and are looking to tie up a £35m deal.

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  • West Ham are hoping to beat Liverpool and Everton to the signature of exciting Leeds youngster Sam Byram.
  • Aiden McGeady can end his Everton nightmare and return to his old club Celtic – if he is prepared to take a pay cut.
  • Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce will launch a bid to strengthen his defence this week with Bayern Munich’s Jan Kirchoff a top target.
  • Aston Villa have made enquiries about Montpellier defender Daniel Congre.
  • Middlesbrough are ready to bid £7m for Fulham striker Ross McCormack.
  • Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is considering a possible January move for VfB Stuttgart attacker Daniel Didavi.
  • Swansea will move for Patrick Bamford and Charlie Austin, as Bafetimbi Gomis and Jonjo Shelvey head for a January exit.
  • Southampton are battling to beat Newcastle in the race for Bordeaux midfielder Henri Saivet.
  • West Ham are chasing Leeds right-back Sam Byram.
  • Tottenham are still in talks with the FA about relocating to Wembley while they renovate White Hart Lane.
  • Liverpool fear they could be priced out of a move for Barcelona’s £12m-rated keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
  • Newcastle and Southampton have joined the chase for QPR striker Charlie Austin.
  • Stoke could lose Bojan Krkic for £10m this month. The elegant playmaker has a buy-out clause in his contract that leaves him up for grabs to any interested parties.
  • Southampton are battling to beat Newcastle in the race for Bordeaux midfielder Henri Saivet, who is rated at £3.5m.
  • Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Marko Arnautovic from Stoke and are planning a £7.5m bid.
  • Swansea will move for Patrick Bamford and Charlie Austin as current stars Bafetimbi Gomis and Jonjo Shelvey move towards January transfers.
  • Bournemouth are ready to offer Jermain Defoe a chance to leave Sunderland.
  • Chelsea are leading the chase for Charton starlet Ademola Lookman.
  • Everton have made a late bid to hijack Leicester’s move for Demarai Gray – despite him having a medical at Leicester on Saturday.
  • Porto’s Giannelli Imbul has come to Stoke’s attention while the club could lose Bojoan Krkic for £10m this month.
  • Slavisa Jokanovic faces a fight to stop Fulham strikers Rose McCormack and Moussa Dembele from heading to the Premier League.
  • Louis van Gaal has been assured that Manchester United have no plans to change manager and the club are sticking to their long-term strategy of retaining him until Ryan Giggs is ready to take over.