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Transfer Talk: Christian Pulisic in Chelsea’s sights as Maurizio Sarri plans £200m spree

Former England international thinks that working under Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool would be better for Pulisic, should he decide to move from Dortmund.
Shaka Hislop sifts through all the latest transfer rumours surrounding Miguel Almiron, Aaron Ramsey, Christian Pulisic and many more in Transfer Rater.

With the winter window opening soon, the rumour mill is beginning to gather pace. Who will be moving where come January? Transfer Talk has the latest.

Chelsea boss Sarri wants £200m budget for January

With The Express reporting that Chelsea may have a transfer ban on the horizon, Blues boss Maurizio Sarri has several targets in mind when the winter transfer window opens up in January.

The price tag? £200 million. 

Among those players on the list are Juventus wing-back Alex Sandro, Napoli right-back Elseid Hysaj, and Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic.

Another potential targer is former Chelsea youngster Nathan Ake, who now plays for Bournemouth.

Man Utd eye Pickford as De Gea successor

David De Gea is refusing to commit his long-term future, which means Manchester United are thinking who could possibly replace the Spain international, according to The Sun

The report says one name being floated is Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford

United see Pickford, who is also the England No. 1 in goal, would be a perfect fit should De Gea bolt for another club, with Juventus being a possibility. 

Milan want €15m off potential Bakayoko deal

AC Milan will keep Chelsea loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko but only if the price is dropped by €15 million, according to Tuttosport

The French defender struggled at Stamford Bridge and has had some uneven performances since arriving to San Siro in the summer.

For the deal to go through, however, the Rossoneri want Chelsea to drop the original agreement from €40m to €25m. 


– Reading’s under-23 striker Danny Loader is getting comparisons to Borussia Dortmund’s Jordan Sancho, which is why several Bundesliga sides are targeting the England youngster.  The Daily Mail reports that Borussia Monchengladbach, Wolfsburg, and Hertha Berlin are sides who have scouted the Under-17 World Cup winner. 

– Juventus forward Juan Cuadrado told Marca that he is only focused on staying with the Serie A side, despite seeing his playing time reduced by Cristiano Ronaldo

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Sweden beat Turkey to set up Nations League showdown with Russia

Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist lashed home a penalty to secure a 1-0 away win over Turkey in their UEFA Nations League B, Group 2 clash on Saturday, relegating the Turks and setting up a decisive final game against leaders Russia.

Having thrown away a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 when the sides met in Stockholm, Sweden coach Janne Andersson sent out a defensively-minded team, with defender Martin Olsson slotting in on the left wing.

Sweden goalkeeper Robin Olsen made two superb reflex saves and when Granqvist was given the chance from the spot in the 71st minute, after Marcus Berg was pulled down, he made no mistake, rifling the ball low to the keeper’s right.

Sweden, with four points after three games, will win the group if they beat Russia, who have seven points, in Stockholm on Tuesday.

Turkey, who have three points after four games, drop down to League C.

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Scotland boost Nations League promotion chances with win in Albania

Scotland’s hopes of earning promotion to League B of the Nations League were boosted after a convincing 4-0 win over 10-man Albania in Shkoder on Saturday.

Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser gave Scotland the lead in the 14th minute, before Albania captain Mergim Mavraj was dismissed after receiving two yellow cards in quick succession seven minutes later.

The visitors took full advantage of the numerical advantage, plundering three more unanswered goals, starting with Steven Fletcher’s penalty in first-half stoppage time.

James Forrest’s second-half double made sure of Alex McLeish’s third win of his second spell in charge of Scotland, meaning they can win Nations League Group C1 if they beat Israel at Hampden Park on Tuesday.

Topping their group would also cement a pot three place in the 2020 European Championship qualifying draw, and a playoff spot should they fail to reach the finals directly.

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All you need to know: UEFA Nations League Finals

What is it?

The inaugural UEFA Nations League Finals is a knockout tournament that takes place in June 2019, involving the four group winners of the top-ranked League A: Portugal (who will host the event) and three other teams confirmed on Sunday and Monday.

Who plays who?

The draw takes place in Dublin at 14:30CET on Monday 3 December. Times and venues are to be confirmed.

5 June: Semi-final 1
6 June: Semi-final 2
9 June: Third-place play-off
9 June: Final

Where are the Finals?

Estádio do Dragão

Estádio do Dragão©Getty Images

Portugal, with Porto’s Estádio do Dragão and the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques in Guimaraes proposed as host venues. Italy, Poland and Portugal all expressed interest in hosting the inaugural finals before the deadline in March 2018. As they were all in Group A3, the winner of that section was always in line to host.

What is the finals format?

The semi-final winners advance to the final; defeated teams contest a third-place play-off. If the scores are level at the end of normal time then there is extra time, when teams are permitted a fourth substitution. If the scores are still level after the additional 30 minutes, it goes to a penalty shoot-out. Goal-line technology will be utilised throughout.

What does the winner get?

The story behind the trophy

The story behind the trophy

First and foremost this fetching 71cm-tall sterling silver trophy. The prize money on offer is as follows:

€7.5m Winners
€6.5m Runners-up
€5.5m Third place
€4.5m Fourth place

The figures include the €3m all four finalists have already secured, made up of a €1.5m solidarity fee for all League A teams and €1.5m as a bonus for winning a League A group. A total of €76.25m in solidarity and bonus fees was earmarked for the 55 competing national associations.

Is this linked to UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying?

Not really. The last four UEFA EURO 2020 places go to the winners of mini-tournament between the top four-ranked teams in each of the four UEFA Nations League groupings (A–D), but this is separate to the UEFA Nations League Finals. The only bearing these Finals have on qualifying is that the four contenders will be placed in five-team groups rather than six.

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Portugal hold Italy to reach Finals, Sweden win

  • Portugal first to Finals after draw in Italy
  • Sweden stay in promotion race with win that relegates Turkey
  • Scotland confirm promotion decider with Israel and send Albania down
  • Serbia, Romania win in bids to move up, Lithuania relegated
  • Kosovo and Azerbaijan set up Tuesday promotion decider
  • Last fixtures in these groups on Tuesday; standings

League A

Group A3: Italy 0-0 Portugal
Portugal collected the point they required against Italy in Milan to book their Finals spot. The European champions defended stoutly against the vibrant hosts in the first half, Lorenzo Insigne and Ciro Immobile coming closest for the Azzurri. Fernando Santos’s side grew into the game, though, and could even have stolen victory late on, Gianluigi Donnarumma producing an expert save to deny William Carvalho in the closing stages.

League B

Sweden celebrate their winner

Sweden celebrate their winner©AFP/Getty Images

Group B2: Turkey 0-1 Sweden
Sweden will be promoted on Tuesday if they win at home to Russia after a victory in Konya that relegated Turkey. With 20 minutes left Okay Yokuşlu brought down Marcus Berg in the Turkey box and Andreas Granqvist stepped up to convert the penalty and seal the points.

League C

Group C1: Albania 0-4 Scotland
Scotland will be promoted with a home win against Israel on Tuesday after a win that relegates Albania. The visitors went ahead in the 14th minute as Ryan Fraser picked up the ball, dribbled into the box and produced a superb finish for his first senior international goal. Shortly afterwards Albania captain Mërgim Mavraj was sent off before Rei Manaj handled in the area at the end of the first half and Steven Fletcher, returning after a 14-month international absence, doubled Scotland’s lead from the spot. James Forrest also opened his Scotland account with two second-half goals, the second an impressive volley.

Adem Ljajić celebrates his opener in Belgrade

Adem Ljajić celebrates his opener in Belgrade©Getty Images

Group C4: Serbia 2-1 Montenegro
Two goals in as many minutes midway through the first half from Adem Ljajić and Aleksandar Mitrović did the damage as unbeaten Serbia moved a step closer to promotion, ending Montenegro’s ambitions in the process. Mitrović has now scored 11 goals in 11 games for Serbia and could have made it 3-0 as he sent a penalty sailing over the bar. The visitors improved after the break, Stefan Mugoša pulling one back, but could yet be relegated while Serbia will go up with a win against Lithuania on Tuesday.

Group C4: Romania 3-0 Lithuania
The home side stayed in contention with a routine win in Ploiesti that relegated Lithuania. George Puşcaş and Claudiu Keșerü scored early in each half  and Nicolae Stanciu’s free-kick from wide on the left made it three. Lithuania – still without a point – ended with ten men when Arvydas Novikovas collected a second yellow card late on. Romania will go up on Tuesday if they beat Montenegro and Serbia fail to win.

League D

Kosovo secured their record away win

Kosovo secured their record away win©Domenic Aquilina

Group D3: Malta 0-5 Kosovo
After running out comfortable winners in Malta, Kosovo will be promoted if they avoid defeat at home to Azerbaijan on Tuesday. Vedat Muriqi took advantage of a defensive mix-up for the first goal, and although Malta remained competitive, further confusion at the back allowed Benjamin Kololli to double the visitors’ lead 20 minutes from time. Substitute Donis Avdijaj then scored twice in as many minutes, before Milot Rashica completed the scoring from long range.

Group D3: Azerbaijan 2-0 Faroe Islands
First-half goals from Dmitri Nazarov, whose volley deflected in off Ragnar Nattestad, and Mahir Madatov, the latter a spectacular long-range effort, gave the home side a comfortable win in Baku. Azerbaijan had chances to add to their lead after half-time but ultimately claimed three points that ended the Faroe Islands’ promotion hopes and set up Tuesday’s decider in Kosovo.

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