Arsenal ready to sell Pepe
Arsenal are prepared to sell record signing Nicolas Pepe should the right offer come in, claims the Daily Star.
The Gunners believe they paid too much for the Ivory Coast international and that the attacker isn’t cut out for the Premier League.
Pepe won’t be sold cheaply, however, with Arsenal even open to a loan move with an obligation to buy.
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Man Utd eye Evans return
Manchester United are ready to re-sign Johnny Evans if they get an opening, according to The Sun.
Evans is currently at Leicester, though his deal is out at the end of the season. If he has not signed a fresh contract by January, they will make a move.
United have been keenly seeking additional reinforcements at center-back for some time.
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Eriksen decides to leave Inter
Christian Eriksen has resolved to leave Inter, according to Calciomercato.
The Denmark international has been frustrated in his efforts to gain regular football at San Siro.
Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham, and Arsenal have been linked with him.
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Lautaro ready to leave Inter
Barcelona target wants to depart Serie A
Lautaro Martinez has joined forces with agent Jorge Mendes to try to find a way out of Inter, Marca reports.
The attacker has been on Barcelona’s wishlist for some time and is prepared to leave in order to earn a bigger wage and greater first-team chances.
Milan eyeing Strasbourg defender Simakan
Milan is looking at a potential move for Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan, according to Calciomercato.
Paolo Maldini has admitted that he is impressed with the attributes of several Ligue 1 defenders, with the young Simakan apparently high on his wishlist along with Marseille’s Boubacar Kamara.
Man Utd to try to offload Bailly
Manchester United are set to offload center-back Eric Bailly to Villarreal, according to TeamTalk.
The Red Devils want to sign Pau Lopes, and while they do not want to pay his £60 million release clause, they could use Bailly as a makeweight.
Liverpool battle top clubs for Kabak
Liverpool is among the clubs seeking to sign Ozan Kabak from Schalke, Tuttosport reports.
In need of central defensive reinforcements, the Reds have looked to the Bundesliga for the 20-year-old.
Milan and Paris Saint-Germain are also interested.
Arsenal continue to monitor Aouar
Arsenal is one of a number of clubs still closely following the performances of Lyon’s Houssem Aouar, according to Tuttosport.
The midfielder was sanctioned by his club this week, sparking suggestions that the Gunners, Juventus, or even Real Madrid could make a January move for the France international.
Bojan a target for Saint-Etienne
Former Barcelona attacker Bojan Krkic is of interest to Saint-Etienne, Sport reports.
Out of contract at the end of the year with the Montreal Impact, there is competition for his signature. The New England Revolution also want him.
Solskjaer bullish over Man Utd future
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has deflected questions about his long-term future at the club, instead insisting that “this team is going places”.
The Norwegian club legend is contracted at Old Trafford until 2022 with the Red Devils yet to give any indication of whether they intend to stick with Solskjaer beyond that.
United’s results so far this season have been mixed with Solskjaer’s side winning just four of their first eight Premier League games to currently sit 13th.