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Sunday’s transfer rumours: Gundogan, Fresneda, Rice, Vlahovic, Garnacho and more

All the gossip from around World football


Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Sunday, January 22nd.

Gossip

Manchester City are in talks to extend midfielder Ilkay Gundogan’s contract, despite reports that a free agent move to Barcelona had been planned for the summer [The Athletic]

West Ham have had an offer rejected for Roma forward Niccolo Zaniolo, who is free to leave this winter. Tottenham are also thought to be interested [Calciomercato]

Arsenal have began talks over a move for right back Ivan Fresneda ahead of a potential January move next week [Fabrizio Romano]

Meanwhile, Declan Rice is thought to prefer a summer switch to north London rather than a move to Chelsea [The Guardian]

And the Gunners are expected to unveil the signing of Jakub Kiwior in the coming days, with the Pole having undergone his medical ahead of his switch from Spezia [Goal]

Wolves have completed the signing of Craig Dawson from West Ham [West Ham]

Manchester United will decide next week whether or not to loan out talented winger Facundo Pellistri [Fabrizio Romano]

New Manchester United striker Wout Weghorst has claimed that both Arsenal and Tottenham turned down the chance to sign him from Burnley this January [SportsMole]

Dusan Vlahovic is open to a Manchester United switch this summer, with the Serbian having struggled to replicate his Fiorentina form since his move to Juventus 12 months ago [90min]

Manchester United want to offer Alejandro Garnacho a massive 8 year deal at Old Trafford, but the 18-year-old’s entourage do not want him signing any deal longer than 4 years [Mirror]

The Red Devils are also monitoring Harry Kane’s situation at Tottenham as Antonio Conte and the Englishman both consider their futures in north London [Manchester Evening News]

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