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Saturday’s transfer rumours: Kane, Mount, Camavinga, Gusto, Danjuma and more

All the Gossip from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Saturday, January 21st.


Arsenal are keen to explore a loan move for Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga before the end of the January transfer window [Evening Standard]

However, Real Madrid consider the midfielder untouchable and will not loan him out this January [COPE]

Meanwhile, defender Jakub Kiwior will fly to London on Saturday to undergo medicals ahead of his move from La Spezia to the Gunners [Gianluca Di Marzio]

Arsenal have also moved ahead of Newcastle in the race for talented young right back Ivan Fresneda, whose future will be decided next week [Daily Mail]

Fulham are in direct talks with Arsenal over a move for Cedric Soares, having reportedly agreed personal terms with the player [Sky Sports News]

Union Berlin have agreed a deal worth £17m for Manchester United target Josip Juranovic [Sky Sports News]

Chelsea are interested in signing Lyon defender Malo Gusto, but the French side would like to keep the 19-year-old until the end of the season [L’Equipe]

Liverpool are looking to take advantage of Chelsea’s contract standoff with Mason Mount through a move for the midfielder this summer [Guardian]

Manchester United remain interested in a move for Tottenham star Harry Kane this summer, with the England captain likely to leave Spurs at the end of the season [Mail]

Roberto Firmino has re-affirmed his desire to remain at Liverpool beyond his contract expiring this summer, despite reported interest in the striker [Fabrizio Romano]

Chelsea attacker Hakim Ziyech is keen on move to Barcelona this summer [Sport]

Arsenal remain keen on Youri Tielemans, but the Belgian would rather wait until the summer to decide his future [Fabrizio Romano]


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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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