Good morning soccer followers
Premier League groups continued to get huge offers over the road with the January window somewhat over every week from closing.
Arsenal confirmed the signing of 22-year-old defender Jakub Kiwior on a long-term in a £21million deal from Spezia.
Kiwior made 43 appearances for the Italian aspect and represented Poland ultimately month’s World Cup in Qatar.
In the meantime, Aston Villa are additionally making strikes and confirmed a £18m transfer for Jhon Duran.
The 19-year-old Colombia worldwide joins on a long-term deal from MLS aspect Chicago Hearth.
SPL aspect Rangers have additionally received some enterprise carried out as they swooped for Norwich’s Todd Cantwell.
He’s Michael Beale’s first signing and joins now regardless of solely having six months remaining on his deal at Carrow Highway.
Elsewhere, former striker Teddy Sheringham has urged Manchester to go after Harry Kane.
The striker, who equalled Jimmy Greaves’ Spurs scoring report final evening, solely has 18 months left on his deal.
He informed Talksport: “Harry Kane could be an unbelievable acquisition for Manchester United. I feel he could be the proper answer.
“He’s got to make that decision. I made a big decision when I decided to leave Tottenham because I didn’t like the ambition at the time. Harry has to assess that situation himself.”
United are additionally being linked to Napoli star Victor Osimhen. He is among the many most in-form strikers on this planet – however the Crimson Devils have been warned of his eye-watering price ticket.
Transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano believes United must pay a club-record payment to the tune of £115million to land the Nigerian.
There may be outgoings at Outdated Trafford with Scott McTominay reportedly of curiosity to Newcastle.
Chelsea additionally proceed to look busy within the switch window with stories suggesting the Blues may very well be out there for Lyon full-back Malo Gusto and Everton pair Anthony Gordon and Amadou Onana.
The Blues may very well be trying to benefit from the Toffees’ struggles with the membership within the backside three and managerless after sacking Frank Lampard yesterday.
Marcelo Bielsa and Sean Dyche are the frontrunners for the Goodison sizzling seat.