Global Spotlight: Top Football Transfer News & Rumors of the Week

A Look at the Biggest Transfer News and Rumors in World Football

Everton is open to Amadou Onana’s departure during the current January transfer window, with a potential fee of approximately £60 million for Newcastle to secure him. However, a deal hinges on Everton’s willingness to accept a buy-now-pay-later agreement.

Manchester United have reservations over signing Matthijs de Ligt from Bayern Munich due to his poor fitness record and lack of pace. Meanwhile, Jadon Sancho and Antony could be leaving Manchester United, with both wingers offered to clubs in the Saudi Pro League for £50m each.

Liverpool is interested in Leroy Sane as a potential long-term successor to Mohamed Salah. Bayern Munich, however, is reluctant to lose the winger for free when his contract expires in 2025.

Arsenal was offered the chance to sign Karim Benzema from Saudi champions Al Ittihad earlier this month, but they have instead prioritized a search for a versatile defender.

PSG is hoping to beat Real Madrid to the €50m signing of Lille centre-back Leny Yoro this month as opposed to waiting until the summer.

Tottenham is still in talks with Club Brugge over a summer deal for winger Antonio Nusa, and they maintain interest in Everton centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite despite the recent signing of Radu Dragusin.

Lyon is attempting to bring hometown hero Karim Benzema back to the club before the end of the transfer window, though completing a deal will not be easy.

West Ham is nearing an agreement with Manchester City to take Kalvin Phillips on loan for the rest of the season, though Juventus is not out of the running just yet.

Atletico Madrid is ready to rival Barcelona for Royal Antwerp midfielder Arthur Vermeeren, who impressed against La Blaugrana in the Champions League this season.

Chelsea is sticking to their £50m asking price for striker Armando Broja, making it unlikely for him to join West Ham this window.

Kindly share this story: