Thursday’s transfer rumours: Weghorst, Porro, Thuram, Caicedo and more

All the gossip from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Thursday, January 12th.


Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Wout Weghorst for £2.5m [The Athletic]

Chelsea remain keen on signing Moises Caicedo this winter after a move for Enzo Fernandez broke down earlier in the window [Ben Jacobs]

They also want to sign Marcus Thuram, but the player would prefer a summer move [Sport1]

Liverpool have held talks over midfielder Kephren Thuram, with Nice willing to sell the midfielder for 30m euros this winter [Football Transfers]

Arsenal are set to benefit for any Matteo Guendouzi transfer this summer, having inserted a 15% sell on clause into his Marseille move last summer [Football.London]

Manchester United and Chelsea are both set to fight it out for Southampton defender Kyle Walker-Peters, who is stalling on a new contract on the south coast [talkSPORT]

Watford are keen on taking Manchester United talent Facundo Pellistri on loan for the remainder of the season [Telegraph]

Barcelona are demanding 11m euros for Memphis Depay amid interest from Atletico Madrid [El Chiringuito TV]

Wolves are close to agreeing a deal with Nice for former Southampton and Fulham midfielder Mario Lemina [Sky Sports]

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is not allowed to be re-registered with Barcelona this January according to La Liga rules, ruling out a move back to the Camp Nou for the star [Sport]

Sporting Lisbon remain firm on their decision not to negotiate for full-back Pedro Porro despite interest from Tottenham and Chelsea. Both have been told to pay the 45m euro release clause if they want to sign the talented Spaniard [The Athletic]

Spurs remain unwilling to meet this asking price. [The Athletic]

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