Weghorst will go to Manchester United
The negotiations of the last few days have obviously gone well. Second Foot Market, an agreement has been reached between Burnley, Besiktas and Manchester United for the arrival of Wout Weghorst at the Red Devils. It should be a loan payment for the end of the season. The 30-year-old goalscorer belongs to Burnley and was on loan at Besiktas.
PSG: Crazy offer for Messi from Saudi Arabia?
If the PSG seems confident in the extension of Lionel Messi, Saudi Arabia seems ready to do anything to attract the Argentine.
According to the elements reported by Mundo Deportivo, the Al-Hilal club is considering proposing a totally crazy offer to convince Pulga to join the Gulf. Rival of Cristiano Ronaldo’s new team, Al-Nassr, Riyadh’s formation would thus offer 300 million euros a year to the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner.
Renard denies having offered his services to Belgium
In charge of Saudi Arabia, Hervé Renard on Thursday denied rumors of a candidacy with Belgium. The French coach himself reacted and denied this news in a message posted on social media.
“The information I gave to coach the Belgian national team is totally false,” the coach stated clearly.
Milan want to protect Leao
Interviewed on the sidelines of Milan’s defeat against Turin (0-1 p) in the Italian Cup, Paolo Maldini confirmed the club’s willingness to keep Rafael Leao beyond June 2024. Despite an excellent rating in Europe, the Portuguese striker is happy in Lombardy and is discussing an extension with its management according to the legend of Milan.
“We are discussing to extend Leao’s contract. We will try to achieve this goal, Paolo Maldini told Mediaset. We seem to be on the same wavelength and it seems he wants to stay. […] We will try to end it as soon as possible. Let’s talk to Rafa.”
Nice: towards a return to the Premier League for Mario Lemina
As revealed by colleagues at Footmercato, Mario Lemina is expected to continue the season with Wolverhampton. Pushed towards leaving last summer and then taken back at the last minute by Lucien Favre, Mario Lemina could leave OGC Nice permanently this time. Despite his indestructible status, according to the decision makers he does not embody the future of the Ineos project.
For his part, the Gabonese midfielder is interested in a return to the Premier League. The operation is estimated at around 10 million euros. Nice for his part is forcing to attract former Angevin Rayan Aït-Nouri. The 21-year-old left-back is in favor of a return to Ligue 1. The two dossiers are separate but are currently still being negotiated between the two clubs. Mario Lemina is retained this Wednesday night against Montpellier and will start on the bench.
OM: Balerdi doesn’t want to leave
Announced in the sights of Ajax Amsterdam, Leonardo Balerdi has made it known that he does not want to leave OM during the winter transfer market on the sidelines of the victory at Troyes (0-2) in Ligue 1.
“Yes, I want to stay here, assured the Argentine defender. I’ve already spoken to my agent, and I want to stay here. (Are you sure?) Yes.”
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Guendouzi, OM’s next big sale?
A World Cup finalist with France and author of a great start to the season with OM, Mattéo Guendouzi could bring a big check to the Marseille club. The 23-year-old midfielder appeals to Aston Villa where Unai Emery would like to find him.
The Spanish coach has also contacted the player he had at Arsenal and the Villans would consider a big offer for the international flag.
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Good morning everyone,
It has been over a week since the winter transfer market opened its doors and some big moves have already been made official. Portuguese Joao Felix left Atlético de Madrid to join Chelsea on loan, while OM completed the arrival of Ukrainian Ruslan Malinovskyi in January.
Several other hot topics agitate Ligue 1 and Europe like that of Enzo Fernandez. Barely world champions with Argentina, the environment arouses envy but Benfica Lisbon have rejected several concrete approaches deemed insufficient. All transfer information and rumors can be read on the RMC Sport website and app.