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Tuesday’s transfer rumours: Caicedo, Fernandez, Porro, Gordon, Kessie and more

All the gossip from around World Football


Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Tuesday, January 24th.

Gossip

Moises Caicedo has confirmed that he is ‘focused on Brighton’ despite strong reports linking the Ecuador midfielder with a move to Chelsea in the dying days of the January transfer window [Brighton and Hove Albion]

The Seagulls continue to hold out for a fee of around £75m should Caicedo leave this window [Ben Jacobs]

Meanwhile, Chelsea have offered 100m euros to Benfica for midfielder Enzo Fernandez, but Benfica continue to demand the full 120m euro release clause [Record]

The Blues are also considering a renewed offer for Anthony Gordon, who they failed to prise away from Everton in the summer [The Telegraph]

Bournemouth are closing in on a £25m deal for Villarreal star Nicolas Jackson, who was linked with Southampton earlier in the winter window [Fabrizio Romano]

Tottenham are once again trying to sign Spanish defender Pedro Porro, offering a deal worth 37m euros plus bonuses and a player heading to Portugal. Sporting are expected to point to his 45m euro release clause. [Fabrizio Romano]

Leeds United have entered the race for the signing of USMNT and Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, with Aston Villa also thought to have enquired about him this transfer window. [Gianluca di Marzio]

Arsenal have matched Borussia Dortmund’s £13m bid for Real Vallodolid talent Ivan Fresneda, with the Spaniard set to choose his next club in the coming days [Mail Sport]

Everton have held talks with Marcelo Bielsa over taking the managerial hot seat vacated by Frank Lampard on Monday [The Athletic]

Franck Kessie will not be leaving Barcelona this January despite interest from both Chelsea and Inter Milan after a swap deal for Marcelo Brozovic broke down [Football.London]

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