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Saturday’s transfer gossip: Fresneda, Koulibaly, Madueke, Neves and more

All the gossip from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Saturday, January 14th.

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Leeds United are set to turn their attentions to Morocco World Cup star Azzedine Ounahi after sealing a deal for Georginio Rutter [Fabrizio Romano]

Despite interest in Manchester United attacker Facundo Pellistri, the intention is for him to remain at Old Trafford this January rather than be loaned out [TYC Sports]

Leandro Trossard is set to leave Brighton this January after a fall out with Roberto De Zerbi after being dropped for the Seagulls’ upcoming clash with Liverpool [BBC Sport]

Chelsea continue to hunt for attacking reinforcements and have turned their attentions to PSV winger Noni Madueke, having tabled a 30m euro bid for the attacker [Fabrizio Romano]

The Blues are open to letting Hakim Ziyech leave this winter, but his wages are proving an obstacle for interested clubs [Ben Jacobs]

They are also considering cutting their losses on defender Kalidou Koulibaly if an offer from Italy arrives, though his wages may prove a stumbling block [The Telegraph]

Arsenal remain one of several sides very keen on Spanish talent Ivan Fresneda, with the club having asked the player for time to work out a deal for Mykhaylo Mudryk before turning their attentions to the young right-back [Pucela News]

Newcastle are interested in signing Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves, who has 18 months left on his current deal [Mail]

Tottenham remain interested in Pedro Porro, but need to sell one of Matt Doherty or Emerson Royal first [Standard]

Arsenal continue to discuss add-ons in their deal for Mykhaylo Mudryk, with the two sides the closest to agreeing a deal that they have ever been [Goal]

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