Thursday Transfer Live: Barcelona, Chelsea set to seal deal for Erling Haaland

Chelsea have now received pressure from La Liga giant, Barcelona as they are both in race to sign the goal machine from Borussia Dortmund.

According to the report, Barcelona might have a pre-agreement in place for Erling Haaland, according to reports. But it’s not a clear-cut situation- far from it, in fact.

This comes from various reports in Spain, including Marca. They believe that Barcelona presidential candidate Emili Rousaud has an agreement to sign Erling Haaland.
Barcelona, for instance, are in desperate need of a new star. They’ll likely do whatever they can to get one, even if it means ripping up their side.

Source: Rousingthekop

Manchester United to pursue Aarons

Could Manchester United being eyeing up one-time (alleged) Bayern Munich target Max Aarons? Well, maybe:

According to Daily Mirror, Manchester United are pushing their move towards English U21 international right-back Max Aarons (turning 21 on January 4). Norwich City up-and-comer is tracked by more top clubs, including Barcelona FC, Bayern Munich, and Chelsea, and is worth around 23 million euros.

Source: Bavarian Football Works

Blues join Jadon Sancho race

Chelsea are set to join Manchester United and Liverpool in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho.

That’s according to the Que Golazo podcast, who are reporting that the Blues are keeping a close eye on the Sancho situation – with the England star looking likely to leave Dortmund in the near future.

However, any deal for the 20-year-old will have to wait until the end of the season, with the Bundesliga giants not entertaining the idea of selling him next month.

Source: Football London

Arsenal Eyeing January Swoop For Joan Jordan

Arsenal have set their sight on Joan Jordan as they aim to bolster their midfield options in the upcoming January transfer window. The Sevilla midfielder is highly rated by coach Mikel Arteta, who is desperate to see his team get back on track following a disastrous start to the campaign.

Jordan reportedly has a £55 million release clause embedded in his contract, Sevilla are willing to listen to offers in the region of £32 million. It is something Arsenal are willing to pay, given the fact that the midfielder tops Arteta’s shopping list next month.

Source:The hard tackle

Wolves told to sign Diego Costa

Darren Bent has advised Wolves to address their striker shortage by bringing Diego Costa to Molineux.

Former Villa striker Bent, who now works as a pundit, believes the 32-year-old would benefit several of the Premier League’s big clubs following his release from Atletico Madrid.

That means he is free to sign for anyone, and Bent, mindful of Raul Jimenez’s injury and the lack of options up front for Nuno Espirito Santo, tipped him for a move.

“Any of the top six potentially should now go for him especially now that his contract is ripped up so you have not go to pay any money for him,” Bent told talkSPORT.

Source: BirminghamLive

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