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Transfer the news LIVE! Arsenal advance on Felix, Mudryk in Chelsea U-turn, Kane’s future at Tottenham uncertain


Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham will all likely be busy during this month’s transfer window. The two big names, of course, are Mykhaylo Mudryk and Joao Felix, with the strikers being linked with almost every big club at the moment. There have, however, been new developments, it seems.

Mudryk is now said to be open to the idea of ​​a move to Stamford Bridge despite attempts by Arsenal to sign him, as well as his frequent activity on social media to suggest he liked the Gunners. Not to be left empty-handed, Mikel Arteta is reportedly preparing a new plan to sign Felix to bolster his attack.

Elsewhere, Tottenham are keen on Pedro Porro but a deal for the Sporting defender looks hard to come by without meeting his release clause. Harry Kane, meanwhile, is reportedly blocking talks over a new deal with Spurs. At Manchester United, the club have reportedly agreed to a sensational loan deal to sign Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr team-mate Vincent Aboubakar. Follow all the latest news, gossip and rumors below!

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Josko Gvardiol dreams of Liverpool

Who saw this coming?!

Manchester City, Real Madrid and Chelsea are all keen on Croatian World Cup star Josko Gvardiol, who is set to become one of Europe’s leading defenders in the coming years.

The player, however, seems keen on joining Liverpool.

“My dream club? It would definitely be Liverpool,” he told RTLDanas.

“Since I was little, I watched a lot of their games with my dad.

“We have covered each season in detail. It’s a club that has stayed in my heart.”

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Tottenham and Arsenal offered Evan Ndicka

Arsenal have been monitoring Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka, who will be out of contract this summer.

Mikel Arteta is keen to sign a new left centre-back and the Frenchman has impressed.

Still, Tottenham are increasingly linked with a move.

According to reports in Germany, the player’s agent has offered his services to both North London clubs and a battle to win him over may await.

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Graham Potter hits back as Chelsea manager dismisses pressure in defiant message

Graham Potter has insisted he doesn’t fear for his job at Chelsea.

The Blues have won just two of their last 10 Premier League meetings, most recently losing 1-0 to Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.

Speculation over Potter’s longevity at the club has swirled in recent days, but the Blues boss has insisted he doesn’t need validation from anyone outside the confines of his club.

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Tottenham set to keep Bryan Gil despite loan interest

Tottenham assistant manager Cristian Stellini appeared to rule out an exit for Bryan Gil this month.

The 21-year-old has drawn loan interest from Spain after failing to convince in north London following a move from Sevilla in 2021.

Gil spent six months on loan at Valencia last year and the La Liga giants are reportedly keen to bring him back for another temporary spell.

Still, the winger has been called up in recent weeks due to injuries to Dejan Kulusevski and Richarlison.

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Man United agree to sign Vincent Aboubakar


Manchester United could indeed swap Cristiano Ronaldo for Vincent Aboubakar, if the reports are to be believed.

OKAZ claim United have agreed to loan out the Al Nassr striker this month in a bid to bolster their short-term attack.


Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham still uncertain

While much of the talk at Tottenham at the moment has naturally surrounded Antonio Conte’s future, Harry Kane cannot be overlooked.

The England captain is now in the final 18 months of his contract in north London and surely won’t be rushing into another extension until we see how things go.

According to Football Insider, Kane is unlikely to leave Spurs this month but is stalling talks over a new deal.

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Arsenal launch new Joao Felix plan

Fear not, Arsenal fans.

With the club unwilling to be drawn into a bidding war with Chelsea over Mudryk, Mikel Arteta is now said to be offering transfer alternatives.

And what a replacement it would be.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the Gunners boss is ready to launch a new move for Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix if Chelsea land Mudryk.

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Mykhaylo Mudryk makes a U-turn at Chelsea

While Mykhaylo Mudryk was widely believed to be keen on a move to Arsenal, Chelsea’s interest in the Shakhtar Donetsk star could turn things around.

Indeed, according to the Mirror, there are now reports that the Stamford Bridge giants have advanced in the race to sign the winger in what would be a blow to their London rivals.

This one will go on forever…

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Mudryk said to be patient

Former Shakhtar Donetsk star Oleksandr Sopko has asked Mykhaylo Mudryk to be patient in his bid to join Arsenal.

Sopko told Ukrainian site footboom: “In any transfer, the interests of all three parties, the club, the player and the manager, must be taken into account, and if they coincide, then such a transfer is the best option.

“Shakhtar have considerable experience in this, know how to sell players and know that this is the turning point, the moment when you can agree on a certain amount.

“I think Mudryk should trust the club and not make any statements.”

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Ancelotti talks about Fernandez

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has name-checked Enzo Fernandez and Jude Bellingham when discussing the youngsters who caught his eye.

On the January transfers, he said: “If anyone asks me for advice, I’ll give it, but no one has come into my office yet.

“Everyone is focused, we still have a lot of games ahead of us and the whole team will be used. No one is complaining about not having played a lot, everyone is focused.

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