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Thursday’s transfer rumours: Caicedo, Onana, Gordon, Raphinha, Porro and more

All the gossip from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Thursday, January 26th.


Bayern Munich have rejected several offers for Dutchman Ryan Gravenberch to leave the club on loan this January, despite his limited gametime at the Allianz Arena [Fabrizio Romano]

Arsenal are weighing up a move for Moises Caicedo this January amid fears Mohamed Elneny may be ruled out for the remainder of the season [The Telegraph]

Barcelona boss Xavi has seemingly confirmed that Raphinha will remain in Barcelona this January, claiming that he expects him to be ‘important for us’ in the months to come [Fabrizio Romano]

Leeds United and Juventus remain some way apart on their valuations of midfielder Weston McKennie, with Juve demanding 35m euros to let him leave this winter [Gianluca di Marzio]

Everton have accepted a bid for Anthony Gordon worth £35m, potentially rising to £50m, from Newcastle United with the player keen on the move [Football Transfers]

The Portuguese side have enquired about Brighton defender Tariq Lamptey as they look to identify a replacement [The Athletic]

Chelsea have stepped up their interest in Everton midfielder Amadou Onana this January as they seek a midfield alternative after being priced out of moves for Moises Caicedo and Enzo Fernandez [The Times]

Everton are weighing up a move for Bologna forward Marko Arnautovic in the dying days of the transfer window, after the Austrian was linked with a switch to Manchester United in the summer [The Telegraph]

Brighton have seen an offer for RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara turned down as they look to prepare in case Moises Caicedo departs in the next week [The Guardian]

Arsenal have verbally agreed to loan Cedric Soares to Fulham. Their fellow Premier League club will cover all of his £100k per week wages [Fabrizio Romano]


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Ben Browning

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