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Ronaldo Regrets Quitting Real, Barca To Sign Arsenal Player, Arsenal To Raid Man U. See Latest Football Transfer News

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has also been promised cash to chase Saul Niguez and Erling Haaland. (Daily Mail)
  • Jose Mourinho is giving serious consideration to starting teenage striker Troy Parrott against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night. (Daily Mail)
  • Manchester United are planning to hand Scott McTominay a double-your-money new £60,000-a-week contract. (The Sun)
  • Barcelona chief Eric Abidal wants to sign Inter Milan duo Lautaro Martinez and Stefano Sensi when the transfer window reopens in January, according to reports. (Daily Express)
  • Former Valencia and Villarreal manager Marcelino arrived in London on Monday, with both Arsenal and Everton reportedly eyeing him as a potential appointment. (Daily Star)


Barcelona will look to bring Hector Bellerin in from Arsenal in January, reports Don Balon.

Barca have been quoted €45m for the right-back, who has only made three Premier League appearances for the Gunners since returning on a long-term knee injury.


Arsenal are eyeing a move for Chris Smalling when his loan at Roma ends next summer, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Manchester United centre-back has enjoyed a renaissance in the Italian capital and has attracted interest from Everton and Leicester, in addition to the Gunners.

Roma are keen to secure Smalling’s services on a permanent basis but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed he will return to United when his loan concludes.


Aston Villa are interested in signing Chelsea winger Pedro in January, with the Spain winger out of favour at Stamford Bridge.

Frank Lampard will be able to sign players next month, meaning the club might look to offload those who are not part of any long-term plans.

Pedro, 32, has made only four Premier League appearances this season.


AC Milan are still waiting on Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make a decision over his future.

“There are no ongoing negotiations,” sporting director Frederic Massara told Sky Italia. “It’s a moment of reflection for Ibrahimovic. We are waiting and don’t have any updates.”

Cristiano Ronaldo has told several former Real Madrid team-mates that he regrets leaving the Spanish giants for Juventus, according to ABC.

According to the report, he believes he would have won the 2018 and 2019 Ballon d’Or had he still been at the Bernabeu.


Inter Milan are interested in signing Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso in January, according to CalcioMercato.

Antonio Conte is keen to be reunited with the Spaniard he worked with at Stamford Bridge.


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