GOOD MORNING FOOTY FANS
The January transfer window for all English clubs is officially OPEN.
Brighton could end Sergio Romero’s Manchester United nightmare with a January transfer.
The club are looking to bring in another keeper after telling former No1 Mat Ryan he is free to go.
United and Arsenal could face stiff competition in the pursuit for Real Madrid midfielder Isco, according to AS.
The Red Devils are said to be keeping an eye on the Spaniard, but Sevilla have entered the race and Isco is keen on a reunion with former coach Julen Lopetegui.
Arsenal defender Sokratis could finally be on his way out of the club with both Napoli and Fenerbahce interested in signing him.
The 32-year-old was not registered for the Gunners’ Premier League or Europa League squads, and with his contract due to expire in the summer Arsenal could look to move him on.
The North Londoners are also said to be looking at bringing in Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie, according to reports.
The 25-year-old’s contract is due to expire at the end of the 2021-22 season and according to 90min, he has given no indication that he intends to renew his contract.
Arsenal may have a secret weapon up their sleeve should they pursue a deal for Christie.
Former team-mate Kieran Tierney joined the Gunners back in 2019 and could prove to be rather useful in luring the Scotland international to the Emirates.
Elsewhere, West Ham are interested in bringing former Southampton striker Graziano Pelle back to the Premier League, according to respected journalist Nicolò Schira
He scored 30 goals during his two-year stay on the south coast.
The 35-year-old is now a free agent after leaving Chinese club Shandong Luneng.
Pelle almost joined the Hammers three years ago.
Finally, Chelsea are plotting an audacious move for AC Milan wonderkid Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to respected Chelsea blogger Simon Phillips.
The Blues would face stiff competition from Juventus and AC Milan, but they’re believed to have already made contact.
Donnarumma’s contract is set to expire in the summer and the player is free to speak to other clubs over potential pre-contract agreements.
The shot-stopper made his Milan debut at the tender age of 16 and has been a regular feature ever since.