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Saturday’s transfer rumours: Mudryk, Felix, Caicedo, Zaha and more

All the gossip from around World Football


Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Saturday, January 7th.

Gossip

Aston Villa are locked in talks with Real Betis over a move for left-back Alex Moreno [Fabrizio Romano]

Arsenal will not enter a bidding war for Ukrainian star Mykhaylo Mudryk and are turning their attentions to a loan move for Felix [The Telegraph]

Arsenal are ‘actively’ working on a deal for Joao Felix, but would need the price to come down before making a move [Daily Express]

Memphis Depay is keen on a return to Manchester United this January, despite Barcelona boss Xavi insisting that he is happy with his current squad. [Sport]

Newcastle United continue to dream about signing Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby, and are likely to try again for the Frenchman in the summer [Bild]

Manchester United have ‘agreed a deal’ to sign Vincent Aboubakar from Al Nassr on loan as they look to bolster their attack [OKAZ via TalkSPORT]

Juventus and Barcelona are both interested in signing Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha, who is out of contract this summer [Evening Standard]

Chelsea and Liverpool are both set to battle it out for Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo as they look to bolster their squads this January [Sky Sports]

Chelsea are also interested in French forward Marcus Thuram, who is available for just £13m this January with his contract with Borussia Monchengladbach set to expire this summer [Foot Mercato]

Didier Deschamps has agreed a four year contract extension with the France National Team after taking them to successive World Cup finals [Le Parisian]

Barcelona have joined Arsenal and Tottenham in the hunt for Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan N’Dicka, who is out of contract this summer [Sport]

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