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Paper Talk: Man Utd make formal enquiry for creative talent; Klopp blocks January loan exit

Manchester United have made a formal enquiry for Christian Eriksen, while Jurgen Klopp has blocked the loan exit of one of his players, all in the papers.



Manchester United have made a firm enquiry for  Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen, claims a report.

The former Spurs star has struggled in his time at Inter after leaving last January. he has fallen firmly out of favour with Antonio Conte and is expected to leave next month.

Indeed, Inter CEO Beppe Marotta recently admitted that the transfer, even though it was a “bargain”, has not been “functional” for the club.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Eriksen has an agreement with Inter to leave the San Siro in January. And United chief Ed Woodward is believed to have approached the Serie A giants to discuss a January move.

Arsenal and West Ham have been credited with an interest in the Denmark international, who was also been offered back to Tottenham.

According to Football Insider, Jose Mourinho has said “no thanks” to the idea of signing Eriksen.

The Italian source claims Inter want in the region of £27m for a player they paid around £16.9m 12 months ago.



Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud remains a target for Marseille (Le10Sport)

Chelsea were considering a move for Thomas Partey before Arsenal completed a deal for the midfielder (The Telegraph)

Wolves have turned their attention to Divock Origi in their search for a new striker (Calcio Mercato)

Manchester United are the latest club to show interest in Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma (Express)

Mikel Arteta will get financial support from Arsenal in January as the club try to turn their poor form around (Daily Mail)

Lyon are willing to sell Dutchman Memphis Depay for as little as €5million in January. (L’Equipe)

Inter Milan could make a move for Georginio Wijnaldum, who is out of contract at the end of the season (Tuttomercatoweb).

Fenerbahce sporting director Emre met with Mesut Ozil in London to talk about the initial steps for a January transfer (Takvim)

Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has downplayed talk that the Argentine attacker Paolo Dyabla is set to leave Turin. (ESPN)

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said he does not think the club will reopen contract talks with left-back David Alaba. (ESPN)


Jurgen Klopp TEAMtalk

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will not allow youngster Rhys Williams to leave the club on loan (The Sun)

Manchester United defender Phil Jones could be set to leave the club during the January transfer window. (Daily Star)

Celtic are interested in pursuing loan moves for West Bromwich Albion pair Rekeem Harper and Kyle Edwards (Scottish Sun)

Real Madrid are very confident of signing France forward Kylian Mbappe, 22, from Paris St-Germain next summer. (90 Min)

Spain midfielder Isco wants to leave Real Madrid in the January transfer window but the club is yet to receive any offers for the 28-year-old. (AS)

Brazil midfielder Allan, 29, says he did not need to “think twice” about joining Everton in the summer, with the “project” the club are putting together playing a key part. (Liverpool Echo)

Former midfielder Roy Keane believes Manchester United can push Liverpool for the Premier League title and could be the reigning champions’ closest challengers. (Sky Sports)

Slaven Bilic knew he would be sacked as manager by West Brom while on the coach returning from Manchester City last week. (Telegraph)

Manchester City are willing to consider offers for Ukrainian defender Oleksandr Zinchenko, 24, in the January transfer window. (Express


Antonio Rudiger TEAMtalk

German defender Antonio Rudiger, 27, admits he “isn’t satisfied” with his current situation at Chelsea, but insists he will not look for a transfer away in January. (ZDF)

Japanese winger Takefusa Kubo, 19, could see his season-long loan deal at Villarreal end in January after falling out of favour with coach Unai Emery. (AS)

Schalke believe Liverpool will make a bid for Turkey centre-back Ozan Kabak in January and will ask for Divock Origi in part-exchange should an offer arrive. (Telegraph)

John Stones is set to land a contract extension at Manchester City after winning around Pep Guardiola this season. (Telegraph)

John Stones

Chelsea right-back Reece James is facing a spell on the sidelines with Chelsea hoping he will not need surgery on a knee injury. (Telegraph)

Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa will have a decision to make over loaning out Sam Greenwood in January. (Telegraph)

Mikel Arteta is facing a deepening Arsenal crisis because of a toxic dressing room. (Daily Mirror)

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