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Transfer Talk: Sancho expects to leave Man United in January
September 12, 2023
The summer transfer window has closed throughout most of Europe, but there are still moves in the works and plenty of gossip swirling around.Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings, goings and, of course, done deals!
Sources told ESPN that the pair were to have “clear the air” talks at Carrington on Monday, which the Star report says went poorly and that the relationship between the two has now completely broken down.
Sancho could now have played his last game for the Red Devils and is said to be looking to leave, with the club looking at potential loan deals that would include a mandatory or optional clause to be made permanent. He has scored 12 goals in 82 appearances since joining Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund for a whopping £73 million in 2021.
– The Saudi Pro League are already planning their next signings, and are interested in landing Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric, according to Gazzetta dello Sport. As league directors continue to make approaches for players from top clubs in Europe, it looks as though they are looking to take advantage of the 38-year-old’s contract situation at the Santiago Bernabeu, with his deal set to expire next summer. It is believed that the Saudis also maintain interest in Liverpool‘s Mohamed Salah.
– Manchester United are considering signing winger Anwar El Ghazion a free transfer, reports the Daily Mail. The 28-year-old is available after leaving PSV Eindhoven by mutual consent, and the Red Devils are the latest club interested in him after he received offers from clubs in Saudi Arabia. It is believed that the former Aston Villa star is seen as a temporary fix on the right-wing, amid ongoing uncertainty over Antony, who will take time away from the club after accusations of abuse made by three women.
– Napoli want to continue talks with striker Victor Osimhenover a new contract, reveals Gazzetta dello Sport. The 24-year-old was on the radar of Al Hilal in the summer, and with two years left on his deal, the Serie A club are looking to reward him for his recent form, though they could include a release clause in the region of €150m to ward off interest from potential suitors.