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Author Nick JuddTransfer
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the transfer market developed differently during the summer than all previous ones, but there were many more shops, and the most important ones can be seen here. The window may be closed in the major European competitions, but here are the best rumours from around the world.
TOP STORY: Daibala has made a record bid to stay with Juventus, says President.
After Paulo Dybaly’s earlier statement that he hadn’t received a contract offer yet, Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli said the club had indeed turned the Argentine into a bumper.
According to Tuttosport, which unlike the version of events, Dybala brought quotes from Agnelli, suggesting that not only has the club offered to renew the current contract after 2022, but that this proposal will make Dybala one of the 20 best paid players in Europe.
Agnelli went on to explain that Zhuva has a great love for Daibala and that they see him as their future captain.
The weekend of the 4th. In July, Daibal scored his first Series A goal and Agnelli asked the player to score a goal and prove that he is one of the best players in Europe – and to do so at Juventus.
Juventus is currently at the top of the rankings, four points behind the air conditioning of Milan.
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Eriksen is desperately trying to get the MTP.
After all, we saw the end of the Christian Eriksen saga in January, and according to the Daily Star that is bad news for Manchester United, and the Danish international seems to have fallen behind in its move to Paris St. Petersburg.
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Manchester United and Arsenal have expressed an interest in a 28-year-old who will leave International in January within a transfer window after a disappointing form eclipse.
In Italy, Eriksen was forced to admit defeat and lost sight of Inter Antonio Conte, who has only played four games this season.
Yet Eriksen seems to be clear about the direction he wants to take, towards a new challenge in the new competition.
Eriksen clearly sees a return to England as a step back in his career, so moving to France would be the best option for him, even if it means a wage cut.
Iscoe, is Bale back?
Interesting news has emerged regarding the possible entrances and exits at Real Madrid. Isko is expected to leave the club in January and Gareth Bale plans to spend the swan singing season at the Bernabeu before moving to a permanent residence.
First, Isko and AC report that he plans to leave the club after he has been sidelined this season. He has spent the last three games on the bench and that seems to be the last straw for a player who wants to influence Euro 2020 for Spain next summer. He has to play for it, so he seems to be preparing for the January transfer.
Meanwhile, AS also hinted that Bale would like to see the last year of his contract in Madrid and return to the club when his loan in Tottenham Hotspur expires next summer.
Bale is monitoring the situation of Bernabeu’s management and believes he may have something to offer the club if Zinedine Zidane is replaced this summer.
— The Sun believes West Ham United will be able to drop off the captain of Lyon for free this summer, after he signed almost £20 million for him in January. The Brazilian central defender had wanted to move to London at the beginning of the year, but that didn’t work out. Now he’s still looking for a fresh start in the Premier League, and Hammers boss David Moyes seems to be out to catch up with him when his contract expires at the end of the season.
— Seattle Saunders midfielder Nicolas Lodeyro has agreed to a three-year extension of his contract with the club, MLSSoccer.com reported Monday. Lodeiro, 31, scored seven goals and 10 assists in 20 games this season and finished third in MLS MVP. He helped Saunders reach the final of the MLS Cup and lost 3-0 to the Columbus team on Saturday.
— Although Atalanta striker Papa Gomez was previously connected with the transition to MLS, Calciomercato reports that Serie A rivals Inter and AK Milan are also following his situation. Gomez had hinted earlier that his days in Atalanta were numbered, triggering a series of rumours about a possible move in January. No Milanese club has contacted Atalanta about a possible membership fee, but it seems that contact can be made by the end of the year.
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