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Paper Talk: Dortmund ready to sell as new Prem suitor takes lead in Erling Haaland race; big-name pair to leave Tottenham

With Borussia Dortmund ready to sell for an inflated fee this summer, a new Premier League suitor has elbowed their way to the front of the Erling Haaland race, while two big-name stars could exit Tottenham in January, according to Saturday’s transfer gossip.

ERLING HAALAND RACE HEATS UP

Manchester City are the new favourites to sign Erling Haaland amid a report Borussia Dortmund plan to sell before his exit clause kicks in.

The Norwegian is regarded as the world’s top young striker, having smashed in 33 goals in 26 starts for Dortmund.

Signed a year ago from RB Salzburg, the 20-year turned down Manchester United to move to Germany.

United continue to monitor the player over a potential switch, while Real Madrid are also on his trail.

But the Daily Mail claims City are now the most likely suitors for Haaland.

That’s because with Haaland’s exit clause due to come into effect in summer 2022, it’s claimed they could cash in early. Haaland’s exit clause entitles the player to leave for around £65m in 18 months time. But the Mail suggests Dortmund could look to sell for even more this summer.

City are nearing the end of the road with their record scorer Sergio Aguero.

 

The Argentine’s deal expires at the end of the season and is yet to open talks over an extension. The 32-year-old has suffered an injury-hit campaign so far.

And the paper claims Pep Guardiola sees Haaland as Aguero’s perfect successor.

While the article does not mention a fee, it was claimed recently that Dortmund would demand around €100m for Haaland.


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HARRY WINKS, DELE ALLI LOOK TO LEAVE

Harry Winks is ready to speak to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy about concerns over his future and his place in England manager Gareth Southgate’s squad. (Daily Telegraph)

There seems to be no way back for Dele Alli at Tottenham – but a January loan move to Paris Saint-Germain could be on the cards. (Daily Mail)

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has told winger Demarai Gray he has no future at the Foxes. (Daily Mail)

The £200m takeover of Burnley by an American sports investment firm is set to signed off next week. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea legend Petr Cech has joined Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth to release a Christmas single to fight dementia. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are favourites to sign Aaron Ramsey if Juventus decide to cash in on him in January. (The Sun)

Wolves are likely to sign Brazilian forward Hulk as a free transfer as a short-term replacement for Raul Jimenez. (The Sun)

Edinson Cavani turned down Juventus and Inter Milan to join Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer. (The Sun)

AND MORE GOSSIP

Leon Bailey

Arsenal lead Tottenham and Man Utd in the race to sign Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey. (The Sun)

RB Leipzig must fork out £16.2m to sign loanee Angelino from Manchester City on a permanent basis. (The Sun)

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has opened up on his admiration N’Golo Kante as rumours continue to circulate about him returning to Chelsea. (The Times)

Chelsea plan to sell Kepa Arrizabalaga, Emerson Palmieri, Marcos Alonso, Fikayo Tomori and Antonio Rudiger. (Daily Mirror)

Louis Saha believes Arsenal should consider re-signing Olivier Giroud from Chelsea during the January transfer window. (Metro)

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