Transfer Gossip: Manchester clubs linked to USA star, Kane to Real Madrid?

      

Transfer Gossip: Manchester clubs linked to USA star, Kane to Real Madrid?

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Spurs have received worrying news from Harry Kane who refuses to rule out a summer move to a Spanish club, the Express reports. Reports suggest Real Madrid are preparing to bid £177 million to lure the striker away from White Hart Lane.

Spurs and Chelsea will lock horns for Ross Barkley in the coming transfer window, Talksport says. The North London club has identified the English international as Mousa Demebele’s replacement.

The Manchester clubs are battling for New York City youngster Jack Harrison with City leading in the chase currently, according to The Sun.

Transfermarkt claims that Man Untied has smoothed out differences with Marouane Fellaini as he looks close to agreeing contract extension.

United defender Daley Blind is rumoured to be on the move to Turkey following a difficult start of the season.

Long-term Chelsea transfer target Javier Pastore has been told he could leave PSG in January, Talk Sport reports. Liverpool and Inter Milan are also interested.

The Emre Can situation at Anfield remains unresolved at present with Juventus rumoured to be looking for ways to capitalise on it.

Liverpool have started negotiations over Roberto Firminho’s contract extension and things are looking good for the Reds, according to the Liverpool Echo.

Calciomercato claims that Inter Milan are making steps toward securing Arsenal’s Theo Walcott signature in January.

Former Chelsea defender Alex has urged PSG’s 25-year-old winger Lucas Moura to join the Gunners in January.

Bleacher Report write that PSG are considering scrapping Edison Cavani for Alexis Sanchez in the summer.

Stories from Italy link Everton loaned striker Henry Oneykuru to a move to Juventus.

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   FootballDemon  
£177 million for Kane is madness!! Why go for Kane when you can probably get Cavani for half that.

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