Real Madrid tracking Liverpool defender Joe Gomez – Paper Talk | Transfer Centre News

All the top news and transfer rumors from the national newspapers on Wednesday …

DAILY MAIL

Real Madrid are monitoring Liverpool defender Joe Gomez ahead of a potential move next summer.

Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick has reportedly spoken to Erling Haaland’s father Alf-Inge as he pushes to sign the Borussia Dortmund hitman.

Tottenham are reportedly looking to sign Barcelona central defender Clement Lenglet in January.

Premier League stars fear club executives have secretly ignored their health concerns as bitterness intensifies over the decision not to apply a Covid “automatic switch”.

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Joe Gomez is followed by Real Madrid, according to reports

Premier League clubs line up to sign Nottingham Forest talent Brennan Johnson, with Everton and Newcastle preparing to battle top rivals.

Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen has said he will be able to play the African Cup (AFCON) next month, despite sustaining a terrible face injury while playing for Napoli last month.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle United are among the clubs looking to sign Tottenham center-back Joe Rodon on loan during the transfer window in January.

Watford’s search for a central defender also saw them look to Arsenal’s Sead Kolasinac.

Jorginho is ready to play for Chelsea despite sustaining a back injury
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Jorginho is ready to play against Brentford after returning to training at Chelsea, says the Sun

Scottish rivals Celtic and Rangers will clash with Icelandic winger Albert Gudmundsson, available on a free transfer next summer.

England goalkeeper Sam Johnstone seems increasingly interested in ending his West Brom contract, with West Ham in the front row to take him on a free transfer in the summer.

Premier League clubs were left fearing they would be forced behind closed doors after Boxing Day as the Prime Minister refused to provide crowd guarantees beyond Christmas.

Nearly 200 former and current players, including Gary Lineker, Frank Lampard, Andy Cole, Kevin Keegan, Edwin van der Sar and Fabian Delph, have asked the Association of Professional Footballers to publish what is allegedly a highly critical report on how it was the union run.

Haaland has scored 13 goals in just 10 Bundesliga appearances this season
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Erling Haaland’s agent said he could stay at Borussia Dortmund until 2023

THE SUN

Arsenal were without Albert Sambi Lokonga, Pablo Mari and Calum Chambers against Sunderland after the trio tested positive at Covid-19.

Erling Haaland agent Mino Raiola has hinted that the goal machine could remain at Borussia Dortmund in a blow to Manchester United.

Chelsea got a big boost with Jorginho back in training on the eve of the Carabao Cup quarter-finals in Brentford.

TIMES

Any club sponsorship deal worth over £ 1 million a year will need to be submitted to the Premier League to verify that it is not an “associated party” transaction, according to new regulations sent to top-tier clubs.

Liverpool called the schedule in which they will play twice in 55 hours “absurd” and explained why they had requested a break in the Premier League season.

Celtic has asked for the Scottish Premiership winter break to be brought forward to minimize the effect of the new Covid-19 restrictions on spectator numbers.

The Welsh government’s decision to ban fans from sporting events has been described as “devastating” for professional rugby by David Buttress, president of the Dragons.

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