Welcome to the latest updates in the ongoing January transfer window as more done deals have been reported, and many clubs are still strategizing to get their target players.
Check some updates here below:
Done deal: Melbourne City FC signs Portuguese defender Nuno Reis
Melbourne City FC can announce the signing of Portuguese defender Nuno Reis. The 29-year-old joins the Club on a three-year deal from Bulgarian giants Levski Sofia.
“We’re thrilled to complete our squad for the 2020/21 season with someone of the calibre of Nuno Reis.
Striker Tahvon Campbell has joined National League FC Halifax Town on loan until the end of the season.
Tottenham Among Host Of Clubs Interested In Manchester United Star Jesse Lingard
Tottenham are among clubs monitoring the situation of Manchester United star Jesse Lingard, who is facing an uncertain future at the club.
Hotspur, in particular, have been one of those clubs who have excelled in terms of overall team depth. As a result, the Lilywhites have been able to field a completely different in the domestic cup competitions as well as the UEFA Europa League. However, with Dele Alli being linked with a move potential move away from north London, Jose Mourinho has now set his sights on Lingard, it seems.
Source: The Hard Tackle
David Alaba ‘agrees Real Madrid deal’ after Bayern Munich star held Liverpool talks
Alaba has snubbed a potential move to the Premier League after reportedly agreeing a four-year deal to join Zinedine Zidane’s side, having also been linked with Man Utd and Chelsea.
The Bayern Munich defender has been linked with Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea, but was always expected to join Zinedine Zidane’s side.
Alaba reportedly wanted a package worth £12million a year after tax, the equivalent of £230,000 per week post-deductions – an astronomical figure by any club’s standards.
Source: Mirror Uk
Chelsea weighing up move for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland
Chelsea are reportedly considering a club-record move for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland at the end of the season.
Chelsea will face competition from a number of other clubs, though, as Real Madrid, Barcelona and domestic rivals Manchester United are all said to be interested.
The West London outfit’s current record transfer is Kai Havertz, who could cost up to £72m with add-ons included.