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THIS YEAR WAS VERY TOUGH IN TERMS OF TRANSFER, LET WAIT AND SEE NEXT SUMMER
Real Madrid are targeting Aurélien Tchouaméni as the long-term replacement of Casemiro. His price is estimated at €35M.
Chelsea and Juventus are also targeting the Frenchman.
Brendan Rodgers is now the clear favourite to be the next Newcastle United manager.
📝 DEAL DONE: Venezia FC have signed Sergio Romero. Free transfer after his release from Manchester United.
Manchester United will consider a cut-price £15m for Jesse Lingard in January if he continues to refuse a new contract with the club.
Newcastle's new owners have already contacted the entourage of Wesley Fofana. The Saudi's have told Leicester that a concrete offer could arrive in the coming weeks for the defender, even though he has a long-term injury.
Mino Raiola is set to hold talks with Manchester City in January over a potential summer move for Erling Haaland.
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