Europe's biggest clubs continue to work behind the scenes as the winter transfer window approaches. Transfer Talk has searched the media around the world to see who could be directed to your club when it arrives on January 1st.
TOP STORY: Lukaku watch the exit of Manchester United?
Despite Jose Mourinho's claims that Manchester United will not sell anyone in January, The Sun states that Romelu Lukaku he wants to leave the club. The Belgian striker, who joined the Everton Red Devils for £ 75m in 2017, is reportedly frustrated with life in Manchester and is considering his future.
The 25-year-old was eliminated for a 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday, despite finishing his game against Southampton last week, and struggled this season, finding the net only five times in 14 Premier games. League after scoring 27 in all competitions during the 2017-18 campaign.
The newspaper insists that Lukaku "joined big-money mates Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez in growing frustration under the boss Jose Mourinho", so there remained only one option.
10.56 GMT: Divock Origi is Daniel Sturridge according to Italian media reports on the Milan radar. Although Milan has been connected to almost all the players in the previous weeks and you imagine landing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Origi and Sturridge may appear a little lower on their wish list.
10.21 GMT: Manchester United may wish to aim a little higher, but have been linked with the 18-year-old Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo, currently on loan to Newport County in the Lega Due. He scored five goals in 24 appearances and the Daily Express reports that United observers are watching him.
09.55 GMT: The wolves have impressed in this season's Premier League, as well as the Mexican striker Raul Jimenez. The problem is that it is on loan from Benfica. Although the Wolves aim to solve this problem by breaking their record of transfers to pay 34 million pounds for the 27 year old according to O Jogo.
09.00 GMT: A Frenkie de Jong update for you.
As reported yesterday by De Telegraaf, the PSG is now the favorite destination of 21-year-old Ajax midfielder. But the sources told ESPN that the Dutch wish to move to Paris stems from the fact that he knows he would play a lot there – more than for example in Barcelona or Man City.
Ajax has set a price of € 75 million for De Jong, but the PSG is willing to negotiate an agreement closer to € 60 million due to FFP's concerns. The French club is likely to lose Adrien Rabiot in the summer with a free transfer and De Jong would be a perfect substitute, so they are trying to tie him as soon as possible.
PAPER TALK (By Matt Gault, Football Whispers)
Guardiola: the city will not sign Hazard
Pep Guardiola has ruled out the possibility of Manchester City to sign the Chelsea star Eden Hazard. As for the Evening Standard, Guardiola remains an admirer of the Belgian but does not see him lined up for the Premier League champions.
"This will not happen," Guardiola said in view of the Saturday night clash with the Blues.
Hazard, however, continues to be connected with a move away from Stamford Bridge. It is believed that Real Madrid is interested in twenty-seven, and even if the possibility remains that the wing will end up in the Spanish capital, the chances of joining Guardiola's rich talents to Etihad are scarce.
Mourinho rejects the January departures
Contrary to Sun's story about Romelu Lukaku, Mourinho says none of his Manchester United players expressed a desire to leave the club during the January transfer window. According to a report by the Manchester Evening News, the Portuguese boss has rejected speculation that several figures from the first team will leave Old Trafford next month.
In recent weeks, some of United's high profile players included Paul Pogba is Alexis Sanchez, have been linked with the removals after being disillusioned by life under the former Chelsea coach.
Also Andreas Pereira, Anthony Martial, Matthew Darmian, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Antonio Valencia are approaching the exit door, with their contracts expiring next summer.
Arsenal can not recall Chambers
Despite losing Rob Holding for the rest of the season, the Gunners can not remember Calum Chambers from his loan to Fulham.
According to a report by the Evening Standard, there is no clause in the loan agreement of the Chambers with the Cottagers that could make it a solution to the growing accident crisis of Unai Emery.
Konstantinos Mavrapanos and Nacho Monreal are also injured, while Laurent Koscielny will not be back on the field as he approaches the return after nine months of dismissal with an Achilles problem.
The Football Whispers transfer algorithm gives the chance that the voices have a score of five.
Raul Jimenez to the Wolves – 3.8
The team of Nuno Espirito Santo should sign the Mexican striker of Benfica on a permanent basis for 33 million pounds. The 27-year-old scored four goals and contributed four assists since joining the Wolves on loan from the Primeira Liga team in the summer, including a draw in the midweek victory over Chelsea at Molineux.
Antonio Valencia at the West Ham – 1.9
Manchester United's right-back was connected with a surprise move to the Hammers. The 33-year-old has struggled for fitness this season, making only four appearances in the Premier League, and with the Ecuadorian out of contract next summer, West Ham could try to trigger the defender on a free transfer.
Andy Carroll at Galatasaray – 2.0
The Istanbul giants were hooked up for the ever-injured West Ham target man. Carroll, who had his first taste of action this season in the Hammers 3-1 victory over Cardiff on Tuesday night, fits into the Gala brief for a reliable attacker who can sustain the attack after the transfer of Bafetimbi Gomis in Al-Hilal in the summer.
Angelo Ogbonna in Valencia – 2.4
The West Ham defender emerged as a goal for the La Liga fighters. Los Che they are eager to immerse themselves in the winter market after a hard start of the season that sees them languishing down to 14th place in the standings. Even though they only suffered 11 goals in 14 games – eight less than Barcelona – coach Marcelino points to reinforcements behind him, while trying to recover six times Spanish champions.
Malcom in Guangzhou Evergrande – 2.2
Reportedly, the Chinese Super League team has set its sights on the Brazilian striker. Malcom suffered a difficult start to life in Barcelona after his passage in the summer from Bordeaux. The Catalan club paid £ 36.5 million to seal Malcom's signature ahead of Rome in the summer, but the striker struggled to adapt to his new environment.