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Tottenham have reportedly made contact with Jesse Lingard as they looked to beat London rivals West Ham on his signing this month or summer.

Mikel Arteta is also said to be an admirer of Leicester star Youri Tielemans, while Arsenal and Newcastle are linked with former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum.

Jonathan David continues to be mentioned in connection with a move to the Premier League and Chelsea are stepping up their attempts to recall Emerson Palmieri from Lyon, while Folarin Balogun leaves Arsenal for Middlesbrough on loan.

Erling Haaland is set to make a decision on his future at Borussia Dortmund and a seemingly unhappy Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with Barcelona.

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Wijnaldum ‘not interested’ in Newcastle return

Our apologies to the Newcastle fans who were hopeful about Georginio Wijnaldum’s return in January.

Football Insider is now reporting that the former Liverpool midfielder is not interested in a return to St James’ Park this month.

There is a lot of interest in the Premier League for Wijnaldum, who has indicated his desire to return to the English top flight after a disappointing spell following his summer move from Liverpool to Paris Saint-Germain.

Arsenal have also been credited with an interest in the Netherlands international as they aim for reinforcements in the midfield.

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Tottenham contacts Lingard

Jesse Lingard has been linked with a return to West Ham this month, but could he move to their London rivals instead?

According to, Tottenham has contacted the Manchester United midfielder about a possible move to N17.

Spurs are apparently open to a deal now, or they could wait to sign Lingard on a free transfer this summer, when his current deal with United expires.


Balogun completes Middlesbrough medical examination

Folarin Balogun’s loan transfer to Middlesbrough is imminent.

The Championship club have won the race to sign Arsenal’s much-loved young striker for the remainder of the season.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Balogun has now passed his medical exam at Teeside, with the final papers due to be completed.

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West Ham still considering a deal with center-back despite Zouma’s return

West Ham boss David Moyes says he’s still looking to add cover to the center-back this month despite Kurt Zouma’s imminent return from injury, writes Jack Rosser.

The Hammers were boosted by the news, revealed yesterday, that Zouma is set to return earlier than expected from his hamstring injury suffered in early December against former club Chelsea.

Zouma was expected to be out until February, but the France international is now aiming for a comeback against Manchester United next week.

Moyes, however, will also be without Angelo Ogbonna until the end of the season and is still looking for a new face at the back.

“Kurt is fine,” Moyes said. “I can’t give you an idea of ​​when exactly he’ll back off, but I have to say he’s doing well and look forward to getting him back soon if I can.”

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Conte makes transfer recommendations to Tottenham

Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte has revealed he made his recommendations to Daniel Levy and Fabio Paratici for the January transfer window and said it was now up to the club to “make the best decisions”. writes Dan Kilpatrick.

Conte asked the club for two months to assess the level of his squad and said he had a “good meeting” with Levy, the Spurs president and general manager Paratici.

Among the players who could leave Spurs this month are Steven Bergwijn and Tanguy Ndombele, but Conte insisted he was counting on the Dutch forward, while declining to comment publicly on Ndombele’s situation.

Conte put the spotlight on Levy and Paratici to follow through on his recommendations to the market, saying the club would have “the last word” on transfers.

“We talked about the situation. It was a good meeting, ”Conte said Tuesday. “The owner [Levy] and Paratici have started this season together.

“I arrived in the middle of the season and they know the situation a lot better than I do. It was a good meeting to talk and tell them my thoughts after two months at Tottenham.

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Crystal Palace in Nketiah talks

Crystal Palace has started talks to sign Eddie Nketiah, but any potential deal could hinge on Arsenal signing Dusan Vlahovic, writes Jack Rosser.

Nketiah is terminated at Arsenal at the end of the season and is set to leave Emirates Stadium after declining a new contract.

Palace tried to sign Nketiah last summer but the deal fell apart and they instead decided to bring in Odsonne Edouard in a £ 15million transfer from Celtic.

Eagles manager Patrick Vieira is keen to reconsider a decision for the England Under-21 international, but his departure from Arsenal would leave the Gunners running out of hitting options.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been frozen since he was dismissed from his duties as captain last month and Alexandre Lacazette is out of contract this summer. Mikel Arteta will only approve a deal for Nketiah if he can bring in someone else.

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Tale: Tottenham relies on Bergwijn

Antonio Conte directed these Steven Bergwijn rumors to Ajax at a press conference ahead of the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Chelsea tomorrow.

“Honestly, Bergwijn knows very well what I think about him,” said the Italian. “I see him as a player who can play all three roles. As # 9 and # 10. For sure during my time at Tottenham he was injured for a long time but I showed him that when he is in good physical condition I give him a chance to show that he is a good player.

“Of course Bergwijn is a Tottenham player and he’s very close to coming back. After the game against Chelsea he can start training with us. I’m counting on him. He’s a player with different characteristics from Sonny. , Lucas and Harry, he’s a very good 1v1, he’s a creative player that we don’t have on our squad.

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Leicester Tielemans star Arteta “admires”

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is a fan of Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans, reports suggest.

The Gunners hope to strengthen their midfield ranks this month with numbers depleted by Covid, injuries, CAN absences and the departure of Ainsley Maitland-Niles.

During a recent appearance on The Gooner Talk podcast, CBS reporter Ben Jacobs said, “I know Arteta admires Tielemans, so it’s just one to watch to see if it picks up on the two. or three weeks to come. “

Jacobs also appeared to rule out a move to Anfield for the Belgium international, adding: “He was speculatively linked with Liverpool a few months ago, and there is no truth to that.”


Marseille in talks with Arsenal over Kolasinac

Sead Kolasinac appears to be set to leave Arsenal.

The Press Association reports that Marseille is in talks to reunite the Bosnian full-back with William Saliba and Matteo Guendouzi at the Stade Vélodrome.

Kolasinac is out of contract at Arsenal at the end of the season and any exit from North London this month is said to be permanent.

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Neto’s replacement at Barcelona

Barcelona goalkeeper Neto is expected to leave the club with a replacement already in sight for the Blaugrana bench.

Macedonian Rayo Vallecano shooter Stole Dimitrievski is the preferred contender, Sport report.

Neto has received offers from his native Brazil and is considering leaving after a stint as Marc-André ter Stegen’s replacement.

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