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Sunday’s transfer rumours: Mudryk, Kessie, Raphinha, Caicedo, Danjuma and more

All the gossip from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Sunday, January 15th.


Mykhaylo Mudryk is set to undergo a medical with Chelsea on Sunday as he completes an astonishing switch to Stamford Bridge [Fabrizio Romano]

The Blues have agreed a deal that will see them pay 70m euros up front, with an additional 30m euros in add-ons, while Mudryk will sign a seven year deal in west London [David Ornstein]

Meanwhile, they remain in talks with both Noni Madueke and Marcus Thuram, while they could also move for Brighton’s Moises Caicedo in what is set to be a bumper January transfer window [Fabrizio Romano]

West Ham have also rejected a loan bid from the Blues for Michail Antonio this week [The Observer]

Barcelona have proposed a swap deal that would see Franck Kessie leave the club to join Inter Milan, in exchange for veteran midfielder Marcelo Brozovic [Gianluca Di Marzio]

The Gunners, Chelsea, and Inter Milan are all among those tracking young midfielder Yunas Musah, though a summer move is more likely [Fabrizio Romano]

Crystal Palace will launch a bid to re-sign Conor Gallagher this winter, with the Chelsea man on loan with Patrick Vieira’s side last season [The Sun]

Barcelona are in no rush to sell Memphis Depay this January despite interest from Atletico Madrid [The Athletic]

Villarreal forward Arnaut Danjuma has arrived in the UK as he discusses a potential loan move with Premier League clubs this January [David Ornstein]

Liverpool are weighing up a move for Ruben Neves, who is also attracting interest from Newcastle and has 18 months left on his current contract [The Mirror]

Tottenham are preparing a £20m offer for Piero Hincapie this January, while they remain in talks with Pedro Porro [The Sun]


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Ben Browning

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