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Hot news: Arsenal must spend 150 million pounds to own Vlahovic

11 Jan 2022 | 08:29 | Football


The Daily Mail reports that Arsenal will have to spend up to £ 150 million if they want to recruit Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic.

Arsenal must spend £ 150 million to own Vlahovic

Arsenal are determined to recruit Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic despite facing a huge £ 150 million transfer bill. The Daily Mail reports that, in addition to having to pay £58 million for Fiorentina, the “Gunners” must also meet a salary of £300,000/week for Vlahovic on a five-year contract and £15 million for the Serbian striker’s agent.

Vlahovic is Arsenal's No. 1 target

Vlahovic is Arsenal’s No. 1 target

Tottenham for sale Ndombele

According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham have run out of patience with Tanguy Ndombele. The London team is ready to sell their record contract right in this January transfer window. Most recently, the French midfielder was booed by Tottenham fans himself in the 3-1 victory over Morecambe in the third round of the FA Cup.

Barca target Oscar instead of Coutinho

According to TNT Sports Brasil, Barcelona approached former Chelsea star Oscar after pushing away Coutinho. However, the difficult financial situation of the Catalan team will make negotiations with Shanghai SIPG difficult. The Nou Camp team is currently restructuring the salary fund to be allowed to enter the name of rookie Ferran Torres on the registration list.

PSG plan to rob Rudiger in front of Real Madrid

According to Foot Mercato, PSG have officially made a salary offer of 7 million euros/season for midfielder Antonio Rudiger. PSG sporting director Leonardo is doing everything to convince the Germany international while the 28-year-old is considering joining Real Madrid. Rudiger is currently entering the final six months of his contract with Chelsea but has repeatedly refused to extend it.

AC Milan aims for STAR Man City to patch the defense

According to The Sun, AC Milan have identified Nathan Ake as a potential option after losing Simon Kjaer for the rest of the season. Ake is currently struggling to find regular play in the Man City squad as he competes with Laporte and Dias. The Dutch international has only started six matches in his preferred position this season.

“Sobs” Bailly can leave MU , welcome AC Milan

According to Football Italia, AC Milan are keeping an eye on MU defender Eric Bailly. The Serie A team have focused their attention on the 27-year-old “Red Devils” player as they want to bring in a replacement for Simon Kjaer, after the Danish midfielder had to miss due to injury.


Bailly could come to AC Milan in January

Bailly could come to AC Milan in January

Milan want an initial loan deal for Bailly similar to the one they signed Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea last season. Recently, the British press announced that Bailly was dissatisfied and wanted to leave MU.

Coach Conte is ready to undergo major surgery on the squad

The Daily Mail claims that Tottenham manager Antonio Conte is ready to eliminate Dele Alli, Steven Bergwijn and Tanguy Ndombele. The Italian strategist envisions a squad overhaul that will see some first-team stars sold off to make room for new names to come to the London side. When he first came to “Spurs”, Conte had high hopes for Alli and Ndombele, but both failed to prove themselves.

Juventus and PSG cannot find a common voice in the Icardi . case

L’Equipe sources have revealed that PSG and Juventus are in conflict over a potential January deal for striker Mauro Icardi. The “old lady” is very interested in signing the 28-year-old Argentine player on loan, but PSG are only willing to let him go on a permanent contract.

Shinji Kagawa joins Cong Phuong’s old team

Former MU midfielder Shinji Kagawa has just moved to the Belgian team on a free contract. Before joining Sint Truiden, Shinji Kagawa terminated his contract with PAOK less than a year after joining this team. Sint Truiden is the team that Vietnam’s striker Nguyen Cong Phuong used to wear.

Chelsea in trouble with Digne

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, “The Blues” are in talks to buy French defender Lucas Digne but are struggling with the fee. On the side of Everton, coach Rafa Benitez confirmed Lucas Digne will leave the Goodison Park team this January.