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Aaron Wan-Bissaka has already been mentioned this morning – a swap deal involving Internazionale’s Denzel Dumfries was mooted – and now the Telegraph reports that Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr are considering a bid for the full-back from Manchester United during the January window. .

Linyan Zhang The loan spell with Tottenham Women has come to an end, with the 23-year-old striker being recalled by her parent club, Wuhan Jianghan University.

On that note, all the women’s offers for January are here:

You can keep track of all the men’s transfer offers from January here with our interactive guide:

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To take a look at on the Manchester United website, I can reveal that their latest podcast episode is billed as ‘Malta Special with Dimitar Berbatov’. This is all part of the club’s commercial link with Visit Malta.

I have to admit that I haven’t seen any news about transfers.

No matter what happened to the rumors surrounding the departure of Serhou Guirassy from Stuttgart this month? send an email to Sam.

“Even with his participation in the CAN, I had the impression that this story could have kept you busy in these calm days, especially with his release clause which would be weak.

Great call, Sam. Ed Aarons was early on this one on Christmas Eve:

Liverpool assistant managerPep Lijnders says Mohamed Salah’s commitment should never be in doubt after his return from the Africa Cup of Nations to nurse a hamstring injury sparked criticism.

The Egyptian captain will return from Ivory Coast on Wednesday so the club’s medical staff can take care of him, and could join the national team if they reach the latter stages of the tournament.

The move drew criticism from Egypt’s record cap player Ahmed Hassan, who said Salah should have stayed with the team “even if he only had one leg to stand on”, but Lijnders defended the 31-year-old.

“The one whose commitment you should never doubt is Mo Salah,” said the Dutchman. “I know the country is devastated to lose him. It’s massive. The only reason we and our medical team decided to bring him back is to give the best chance of reaching the final if Egypt makes it. The Egyptian medical team and the LFC medical team really worked together in close contact. They made this decision. The player is central. (PA Media)

Mohamed Salah. Photograph: Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images

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The Hibernian Defender, Riley Harbottle, has joined League Two side Colchester on loan until the end of the season. The 23-year-old signed for Hibs from Nottingham Forest on a three-year deal last summer, following loan spells at Wealdstone and Mansfield. However, Harbottle has only made two appearances with his Premiership debut coming against Livingston last August.

Head coach Nick Montgomery told Hibs’ official website: “At this stage of Riley’s career it is imperative that he goes out and gets some regular football. Playing time has been limited for him this season and he needs to continue to develop. We hope he takes on this challenge and it will be a successful loan spell where he plays week in, week out. (PA Media)

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Thanks Tom and hello everyone.

This year’s January transfer window looks a bit like Ozan Kabak, but there is still time. Let’s hope for some exciting news that will get our pulse racing as the day goes on.

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Anyway, like A rather uneventful morning passes, it’s time for Luke McLaughlin to take control of the ship. Later.

Some off-the-field news at Bayern Munich, whose technical director, Marco Neppe, is set to leave the Bundesliga champions. His influence appears to have diminished since the arrival as sporting director of Christoph Freund, who oversaw the recent signing of Eric Dier.

🚨🔴 Marco Neppe leaves FC Bayern with immediate effect. The decision was made as the director will part ways with the club after 10 years.

He played a key role in helping on deals like Kane, Kim Min-Jae, de Ligt – but also in the process of finding Davies, Musiala and other talent. pic.twitter.com/d0C847dEFh

-Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 23, 2024

More Middlesbrough talk: Aston Villa have reportedly submitted two bids for highly-rated Boro winger Morgan Rogers, but they have apparently failed to meet the Championship club’s valuation, and Boro are understandably keen to keep him as they face a potential Cup final. the League and a promotion challenge ahead of them. them in the coming months. There are, however, rumors that Rogers is increasingly keen on a move to Villa Park.

Someone misses the days when signing announcements were just one sober sentence containing the relevant details, rather than something that took longer than closing the deal itself? Tl; Dr: Fulham winger Ollie O’Neill joins Leyton Orient.

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Pumped Thanks to parachute payments, promotion rivals Southampton and Leeds vie for Burnley winger Manuel Benson. Sky’s Mark McAdam reports that the Saints have opened talks with Burnley, although Leeds have expressed interest. However, the fact that Wily Gnonto looks set to agree a new deal at Elland Road could give Southampton a clearer run.

David Squires’ latest cartoon landed, with references to Ivan Toney, Ludo and Mogwai.

Kalvin Phillips’ final guess: Juventus could hijack West Ham’s transfer for the Manchester City midfielder, according to the Daily Mail, but West Ham remain favorites.

And as I write this, a wonderful throwback photo of another British player who went to Juve pops up on my social media timeline. Like a foreign country…

Some developments from the Championship:

🚨🩺 Medical day for Michael Obafemi at Millwall joining on loan from Burnley and Emmanuel Dennis at Watford, returning after agreeing a 70% pay cut.

Exclusive stories, confirmed. ✅ pic.twitter.com/q5XDoAyNd6

-Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 23, 2024

A curious Dennis showed pockets of both brilliance and underachievement. But he could do some work on a team that has recently shown signs of playoff potential. And they haven’t even sacked a manager this season.

On the current ground, tonight’s big game pits Chelsea against Middlesbrough in the second leg of their League Cup semi-final. Louise Taylor took a deep dive into a famous Chelsea-Boro clash from a different world and time, the 1988 relegation/promotion playoffs. It’s worth a read:

At the time, Bryan Lonsbrough, then Mayor of Middlesbrough, told Teesside’s Evening Gazette: “I now know how the Christians felt in the arenas of ancient Rome, facing the Lions. »

Former Middlesbrough MP Stuart Bell described the pitch invasion as being “like the hordes of Genghis Khan”, and the Gazette’s then-football editor Eric Paylor spoke of a “deep feeling of hatred” which underpinned what he would later describe as “the invasion of the land”. The ugliest atmosphere I can remember at a match.”

And here is today’s rumor mill, which riffs on Manchester United’s love of Brians with another linked to a move to Old Trafford. And possible outings to Saudi Arabia for Antony and Jadon Sancho.

More talk about Newcastle: Turkish media report that Besiktas wants Newcastle’s Jamaal Lascelles and officials from the Istanbul club are flying to the English north-east for talks.

The arrival of Ineos at Manchester United has certainly increased Manchester United’s profile in the transfer gossip market, and the Sun is talking about a move for Inter. Denzel Dumfries as part of an exchange agreement with Aaron Wan-Bissaka go the other way. Dumfries still has 18 months left on his contract, so United would probably have to shell out some cash as well as a footballer.

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The arrival of Ineos at Manchester United has certainly increased Manchester United’s profile in the transfer gossip market, and the Sun is talking about a move for Inter. Denzel Dumfries as part of an exchange agreement with Aaron Wan-Bissaka go the other way. Dumfries still has 18 months left on his contract, so United would probably have to shell out some cash as well as a footballer.


Hello everyone. So after a few tumbleweed-infested weeks, things are starting to move a little in the market. And after Jordan Henderson cut short his Saudi Arabia mission at the end of last week, the last 24 hours have seen talk of another big Saudi name potentially turning its back on the Kingdom, with Karim Benzema in talks with Lyon. And perhaps the closest to the traditional transfer window saga has been the various attempts to lure Kalvin Phillips, with West Ham seemingly in the box on that one. Kieran Trippier at Bayern is another big player to watch, as are various other ins and outs at St James’ Park, which may or may not involve a reshuffling of packs between several clubs.

Counterpoint: the silence of this window is a good thing. Clubs were spending too much, the Saudi summer madness was never sustainable at this level, and the looming specter of regulation was doing its job. Excessive spending distorts competition and, in some cases, puts clubs at risk in the long term. Ask a Reading fan.

Speaking of which, why not start your day with Jonathan Liew’s Tuesday column?

We will fight in 2024 the battles that should have been fought in 2014 and 2004, or even before. Decisions that were botched, circumvented, ignored years ago are now returning to their perch. The unregulated melee that allowed first oligarchs, then venture capitalists, and finally state actors, to seize a piece of our territory. Players signed for ridiculous amounts of money by now defunct sports directors and owners. The decision to let the breakaway Super League clubs back into the competition with a paltry £3.7 million fine for their troubles.

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