Marcus Rashford will accept a new contract extension at Manchester
The forward will sign an extension in the new year which will bolster his £200,000-a-week salary, having performed very well for the Red Devils so far in 2020-21 season.
Where is Origi going this January?
Wolves are the latest team to express interest and start negotiations with Liverpool on their forward Divock Origi.
The Belgian international has been struggling for regular game time since the beginning of the season, with Nuno Espirito Santo looking for him to become cover for their injured forward Raul Jimenez at Molineux.
Manchester United may return with a bid for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice in the summer.
The Reds and The Blues have been strongly linked with the English Man in the past, with reports saying he would prefer to be with his close friend Mason Mount at Stamford Bridge. this makes Chelsea the favourites
Chelsea are still thought to be interested but it is unlikely The Hammers will understand a sale in the upcoming January transfer window.
Napoli will demand a bid not less than €15 million if they are to make leave of Arkadiusz Milik this January amid interest from the Old Ladies of Serie A (Juventus) and Atletico Madrid.
In 122 appearances across all competitions for Napoli, Milik has scored 48 goals since joining the club from Ajax in 2016 for €35 million.
Arsenal have also expressed interest on considering a January move for Isco.
The 28-year-old Spanish is surely out of favour at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium and could be given a chance to leave as Madrid trim their wage bill.
Juventus, Sevilla, AC Milan and Everton are also mention to be in the race.
Chelsea will look to Reject any interest shown in Olivier Giroud during the upcoming January transfer window, with the Blues more likely to give the french man a new contract than accepting a bid for him.
Manchester City have identified Leonardo Bonucci as a transfer target.
Pep Guardiola and the Citizens wants the 31-year-old to seal the vacuum left by ex-Man Blues captain Vincent Kompany when he moved out of the Etihad Stadium in the summer transfer of 2019.
Guardiola is hoping Bonuccci will be City's first signing of 2021, but Juventus do not wish to sanction a sale for a player who still has four years remaining to serve on his current contract.
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