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Postby worcester_ccfc » Tue Jan 22, 2019 3:49 am

Tuesday 22nd January 2019

Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, 25, is ready to sit down with the club for talks over a contract extension. (Sun)

Manchester United's France striker Anthony Martial, 23, is also moving closer to agreeing a new contract at Old Trafford. (ESPN)

Arsenal have investigated the possibility of signing Real Madrid and Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez on an initial loan deal. The 27-year-old is currently on loan at Bayern Munich. (Independent)

Eden Hazard, 28, says he would not join Manchester United even if Zinedine Zidane took over as manager and hinted that he could stay with Chelsea. (Star)

Bayern Munich are poised to make a £10m bid for Manchester City's Wales international striker Rabbi Matondo, 18, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Sun)

West Ham have had a 40m euros (£35.28m) bid rejected by Atalanta for Colombia international forward Duvan Zapata, 27. (Tuttosport, via Calciomercato)

Cardiff are preparing a £2m offer for Sunderland's Josh Maja, but the Black Cats want £4m for their 20-year-old striker. (Sun)

Manchester United would prefer to hire a director of football before the key decision of appointing their next permanent manager in the summer. (Independent)

West Ham have told forward Marko Arnautovic, 29, they will allow him to leave in the summer, but will not sell him in January - even if the Austrian refuses to play. (London Evening Standard)

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is expected to join Atletico Madrid on loan for the rest of the season, with an option for the Spanish club to buy the 26-year-old. (Sky Sports)

Paris St-Germain captain Thiago Silva says it would not be a mistake to let France midfielder Adrien Rabiot leave the club. The 23-year-old is a target for a number of Premier League clubs. (Telefoot, via Talksport)

Fulham forward Aboubakar Kamara, 23, is in talks to join Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor on loan until the end of the season. (Mail)

Kamara's Fulham career appears to be over after the striker was ordered to train with the club's Under-23s. (Telegraph)

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is willing to take a £5m hit to sell striker Vincent Janssen, 24, this month, having signed the Netherlands international for £17m. (Telegraph)

Liverpool are expected to become the first club in the world to report an annual net profit of more than 100m euros (£88.3m). (Telegraph)

Stewart Downing will attempt to resolve his impasse with Middlesbrough this week. The former England winger, 34, is currently not playing because the club do not want to trigger a one-year contract extension, which begins after one more start. (Mail)

West Brom have been linked with Ipswich's Danish defender Jonas Knudsen, 26, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Birmingham Mail)

Defender Tosin Adarabioyo, 21, currently on loan at West Brom, could be recalled by Manchester City, who are looking to give him game time elsewhere. (Birmingham Mail)

Reims defender Bjorn Engels, 24, on loan at the Ligue 1 club from Olympiakos and linked recently with Everton, has revealed it would be a "dream" to play for Arsenal. (Mirror)

Aston Villa are monitoring Le Havre defender Harold Moukoudi, 21, but the player's agent has indicated he will join a Ligue 1 team this summer. (Birmingham Mail)

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, 25, posted a stern rebuke on social media, appearing to reject rumours of a move to Juventus. (Star)

Nottingham Forest are thought to have taken an interest in Scunthorpe's Belgian midfielder Funso Ojo, 27, who has also been linked with Derby. (Nottingham Post)

Millwall are close to reaching an agreement with local authority Lewisham council that would see the club stay in their south London home and improve the New Den. (Guardian)
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Postby Forever Blue » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:51 am

Cardiff City set to make £2million offer for Sunderland starlet Josh Maja as Celtic and Crystal Palace hover - reports

Maja has already scored 16 goals so far this campaign,

Tuesday 22nd January 2019

Josh Maja of Sunderland

Cardiff City are set to make a £2million offer for Sunderland starlet Josh Maja, according to reports.

The highly-rated youngster is out of contract at the end of the season, sparking a scramble for his signature.

He has already scored 16 goals so far this campaign, and the Black Cats have been doing everything to retain his services.

But that looks unlikely, with the Stadium of Light side looking for at least a £4million fee.

Celtic and German clubs Stuggart, Cologne and Wolfsburg are also keen.

Bluebirds boss Neil Warnock is keen on adding to his ranks despite the signings of Emiliano Sala from Nantes and Oumar Niasse on loan from Everton.

Sunderland may be persuaded to do a deal in the knowledge that they could lose the talented youngster for nothing in the summer.

It is understood that Maja would like to stay at the League One club until the end of the season and pursue another challenge in then, but that could change should a bid arrive.

Crystal Palace are also monitoring the situation.
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