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LIVE Transfer Talk: Man United set for Saudi takeover as Crown Prince shows interest?

Stevie Nicol sifts through potential transfers around Europe including Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid, Alvaro Morata’s future with Chelsea and more.

The transfer window for all of Europe’s big five leagues is closed, but that doesn’t stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around about who will be moving where come January.

TOP STORY: Man United set for Saudi takeover?

Manchester United could be set for new owners, as The Sun claim that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — you may remember him from the World Cup as he watched his country’s opening game alongside Vladimir Putin and Gianni Infantino — is interested in buying the club.

The Crown Prince’s family is reportedly worth over £850 billion, so buying United for around £3bn seems a drop in the ocean. And it would certainly provide some competition for the Abu Dhabi-based owners of rivals Manchester City.

Whether or not they can persuade the current owners, the Glazer family, to part with United remains to be seen — indeed, Sky Sports claim that the club is not for sale — but if they did, surely Jose Mourinho would have nothing to complain about in the transfer market anymore.


17:05 BST: Patrick Cutrone has signed a contract extension with AC Milan, which will keep him at the club until 2023. 

16.10 BST: If anyone should know about the future of Eden Hazard, it should be his Belgium manager, Roberto Martinez. He’s told Cadena Ser that Chelsea should stand firm: “Chelsea want to win titles, not sell players. It’s going to be difficult to see them sell Hazard in the near future.”

15.41 BST: Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella has been making an impression with the Italy national team and, according to La Nuova Sardegna, he’s also attracting interest from Liverpool. The 21-year-old is reported to cost around £30m, which seems pretty cheap for someone of his obvious talent.

14.48 BST: Alberto Moreno has failed to agree a new deal with Liverpool and looks set to leave on a free transfer once his contract expires this summer, according to Goal. The left-back has played just once this term, in the Carabao Cup, since Andrew Robertson has been first-choice.

14.24 BST: Sergio Ramos has been talking up the talent of Harry Kane. Real Madrid could certainly use a goal scoring given they have been struggling to hit the back of the net of late, and Mark Ogden insists there are only two English players who would merit interest from either Real or Barcelona. One of them is Kane.

13.50 BST: Update on the Sun’s story from below… Ruben Loftus-Cheek could leave Chelsea on loan in January but he will not be sold, sources have told ESPN FC.

While all parties accept that another temporary move could be best for Loftus-Cheek’s development if his situation does not improve, the midfielder does not expect to leave on a permanent deal and Chelsea remain opposed to selling one of their brightest academy graduates.

13.13 BST: Tottenham are reportedly keen to step up their move for 22-year-old Sampdoria starlet Joachim Andersen, according to Tuttomercatoweb. The versatile Danish defender was asked a few weeks ago about the club’s interest and replied: “I know nothing, but if you talk to me about it, maybe it’s because my performance is up to it.”

12.29 BST: We promised you a Usain Bolt story, and here it is. Bolt has been offered a two-year contract at an unnamed club in Europe, sources have told ESPN.

Bolt, an eight-time Olympic sprint champion, captured worldwide attention when he scored two goals for Central Coast Mariners in their friendly against Macarthur South West United.

Agent Tony Rallis, who is representing Bolt while he is in Australia, told ESPN: “There is a club in Europe that has offered Bolt a two-year deal, they have been taken over by new owners who have aspirations of Champions League football.”

12.11 BST: Sources have told ESPN FC that Man United are confident Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera will sign new deals to stay at Old Trafford. The pair have contracts until the end of the season but the club, who are also in negotiations with David De Gea, Ashley Young and Juan Mata, are hopeful fresh terms will be agreed soon.

11.20 BST: Get the latest from Football Whispers in Transfer Rater. Today’s instalment says Kai Havertz and Ismaila Sarr to Arsenal, with Cesc Fabregas to Atletico Madrid thrown in.

10.58 BST: According to a report from, Patrice Evra has joined up with his former club West Ham as he looks to maintain fitness levels. Just don’t annoy him.

10.25 BST – BREAKING: Sources have told ESPN that Usain Bolt has a two-year deal on the table from a European club. More as we get it, but looks like the Mariners have some competition.

10.12 BST: The papers have reported that Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey is of interest to a number of clubs when his contract expires this summer… of course he is… but a source close to the player has told ESPN FC that he is open to joining one of Arsenal’s top six rivals. That said, the Welshman also isn’t ruling anything out — including staying at the Emirates. So watch this space.

09.31 BST: Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri may need to improve his scouting network… TalkSPORT claim that the Chelsea boss is keen on Napoli stars Piotr Zielinski and Kali­dou Koulibaly, both of whom played under him last season. And the fee? £130m for the pair — which doesn’t actually sound like bad value.

09.05 BST: What on earth has happened to Tiemoue Bakayoko since he left Monaco? First he’s failed to impress Chelsea after making a £40m move in 2017 and now he’s failing to impress AC Milan too. Corriere dello Sport are claiming the Serie A side want to cut short his loan deal as he’s been that bad…

08.34 BST: The big question on everyone’s lips: Should Usain Bolt be given a contract at Central Coast Mariners?

08.00 BST: Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku says he is open to a move to Italy in the future. The Belgian is into his second season at Old Trafford following his £75 million move from Everton in 201 but the 25-year-old has admitted he would like to test himself in Serie A. “Why not? I hope so,” Lukaku told La Gazzetta dello Sport, when asked if he would like to play in Italy.


PSG keep tabs on De Gea situation at United

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea “is in no hurry” to sign a new contract and Paris Saint-Germain are “ready to swoop,” according to the Mail.

Reports at the weekend said United were ready to trigger a one-year option to extend the Spain international’s contract, and the Mail says that although PSG are monitoring the situation he “is of a mind to renew.”

However, it adds that “De Gea’s camp will see how things pan out amid uncertainty at Old Trafford,” with the future of manager Jose Mourinho the subject of speculation.

Valencia on his way out?

Meanwhile, United’s Antonio Valencia could leave on a free if the club do not trigger a 12-month contract extension option by March 1, the Sun reports.

It says the Ecuador defender has a clause in his deal that means he could sign a pre-contract deal with another club at the start of that month.

Valencia, who has been at United for nine years, is interesting clubs from Germany and Turkey.

The Sun says the 33-year-old “is happy to stay despite a couple of issues with Mourinho,” but there is doubt over his future.

Trio in race for Chelsea’s Loftus-Cheek

Crystal Palace, Everton and Arsenal are in the frame to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who will “demand a move to save his England career,” according to the Sun.

Midfielder Loftus-Cheek, who excelled on loan at Palace, has been on the fringes of the Blues squad since returning to Stamford Bridge.

The 22-year-old had wanted to fight for a place in Maurizio Sarri’s team, but the Sun says he fears for his England chances after being left out of Gareth Southgate’s latest squad.

Palace “would love to take him back to Selhurst Park,” but Everton have been interested since manager Marco Silva took over and Arsenal “may also be keen.”

Gunners could yet cash in on Ramsey

With Aaron Ramsey set to leave Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are said to lead the race — but their hopes of signing him on a free could be dashed, according to the London Evening Standard.

Ramsey is out of contract at the end of the season, when he would be available as a free agent.

But the Standard says Arsenal “are yet to decide whether to try to cash in on him in January,” with Italian champions Juventus strongly linked.

It adds that “although Ramsey has insisted he will not force through a transfer during January, a move appears likely.”


– Fulham’s defensive struggles since returning to the Premier League could lead to a move for AC Milan’s Mateo Musacchio in January, according to the Mirror.

Manager Slavisa Jokanovic wants a new centre-half and could target Musacchio, 28, who is on the club’s transfer list in their big-spending summer.

– Everton’s Ademola Lookman says he has regained his focus after being unsettled by transfer speculation, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Lookman spent a successful loan spell at RB Leipzig last season, but talk of a permanent move to the Bundesliga club came to nothing.

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#UWCL round of 16 starts Wednesday

The UEFA Women’s Champions League round of 16 starts on Wednesday with seven of the eight first legs as the round to Budaprest continues.

First legs:
Wednesday 17 October
LSK Kvinner (NOR) v Brøndby (DEN)
FC Zürich (SUI) v Bayern München (GER)
Wolfsburg (GER) v Atlético Madrid (ESP)
Ajax (NED) v Lyon (FRA, holders)
Barcelona (ESP) v Glasgow City (SCO)*
Linköping (SWE) v Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)
Chelsea (ENG) v Fiorentina (ITA)

Thursday 18 October
Rosengård (SWE) v Slavia Praha (CZE)*

Second legs 31 October except *1 November

  • Lyon continue bid for fourth straight title against only last-16 newcomer Ajax.
  • Wolfsburg (only past winner involved other than Lyon) knocked out Atlético in last season’s round of 32.
  • Rosengård eliminated Slavia 6-1 on aggregate in 2016/17 round of 16
  • LSK beat Brøndby 3-1 on aggregate in last season’s round of 32 despite drawing the first leg 0-0 at home.
  • Linköping’s Kosovare Asllani helped Paris to the 2015 final.
  • Glasgow are one of three survivors from the qualifying round with Ajax and Slavia.

Road to Budapest
Quarter-final semi-final draw: 9 November
Quarter-finals: 20/21 27/28 March
Semi-finals: 20/21 27/28 April
Final: 18 May 2019, Ferencváros Stadium, Budapest

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Italy relegate Poland as Russia near promotion


League A

Group A3: Poland 0-1 Italy
Italy left it late to beat Poland, Cristiano Biraghi’s added-time winner securing Roberto Mancini a first competitive win as Azzurri coach. The visitors had come closest prior to the breakthrough, Jorginho and Lorenzo Insigne hitting the bar in the first half. A second consecutive home defeat means Poland are relegated from League A while Italy can still reach the Finals ahead of Portugal, who were heading through before Biraghi struck.

League B


Group B2: Russia 2-0 Turkey
Russia are one point from promotion after a win in Sochi that ended Turkey’s hopes of going up. Georgi Dzhikiya had not long before made a vital saving tackle when his 20th-minute shot following a corner hit the post and was turned in by his central defensive partner Roman Neustädter. With 19 minutes left, Denis Cheryshev, who put Russia 1-0 up in their September win in Trabzon, was sent on and doubled the lead after Aleksandr Golovin led a quick counter.

League C

Group C1: Israel 2-0 Albania
Goalkeeper Ariel Harush was the star man for Israel as they took themselves three points clear, the home side’s No1 making excellent saves from Bekim Balaj either side of his lofted assist for Tomer Hemed’s opening goal. Albania created a number of chances, but their hopes evaporated after substitute Dia Seba doubled the lead via a deflection.

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Group C4: Romania 0-0 Serbia
Despite being reduced to ten men for the entire second half, the hosts managed to hold firm. Gabriel Tamaş was the player shown a straight red card on the stroke of half-time, an incident which resulted in a Serbia penalty; visiting captain Dušan Tadić was wayward from the spot.

Group C4: Lithuania 1-4 Montenegro
Stefan Mugoša gave Montenegro an early lead after being sent clear by Marko Vešović. Boris Kopitović made it two, heading in Vladimir Jovović’s corner at the far post, and just before half-time Mugoša converted a penalty. Darko Zorić added a fourth late on before Rolandas Baravykas pulled one back. Montenegro are second, a point behind Serbia, while Lithuania are six adrift of Romania in fourth.

League D

Group D3: Faroe Islands 1-1 Kosovo
Milot Rashica’s first international goal – a dipping drive from distance – gave the visitors an early lead in Torshavn. René Joensen equalised five minutes after the interval, but Kosovo withstood late pressure to remain unbeaten and top of the section.

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Group D3: Azerbaijan 1-1 Malta
Azerbaijan missed the chance to move level on eight points with group leaders Kosovo after failing to make their opportunities count. Malta even threatened a shock win when Rowen Muscat turned in from close range before the interval, and although Araz Abdullayev equalised, visiting goalkeeper Andrew Hogg made several good saves to frustrate the hosts. The result nonetheless ended Malta’s promotion hopes.


Scotland 1-3 Portugal

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