The coronavirus pandemic made the summer transfer market unlike any before it, but there were still plenty of deals done, and you can check out the major ones here. The window might be closed across the top leagues in Europe, but here are the best rumours from around the globe.
TOP STORY: Could Pogba leave Man United as a free agent?
The France international reportedly is reluctant to renew his contract with the Red Devils, which keeps him at Old Trafford until 2022.
However, making an immediate exit does not seem to be the World Cup winner’s plan at this time, despite the lack of playing time he has had.
The report suggests that he will wait until his contract ends so that he is able to pick a new club on his own terms.
Pirlo wants Locatelli at Juve
Sassuolo reportedly are unwilling to let the 22-year-old leave during the January transfer window because of the impact his departure could have on the second half of the season. However, there could be a possibility for the transfer to be completed in the summer.
Sule dreams of Man United move
The Red Devils have had their defensive troubles this term, and it now seems as though there could be a target waiting to be snapped up if they are willing to make an offer.
Considering David Alaba appears to have one foot out the door of the Allianz Arena, this news likely won’t be well received by Bayern. Sule has made eight starts and one substitute appearances for the German champions so far this campaign, so the departure of both defenders could be calamitous.
– There has been talk in recent days of clubs wanting Isco, but Marca now writes that the Spain international wants to leave Real Madrid. After months of consideration, the midfielder told his father and agent that he is open to leaving the Bernabeu in January, and Madrid are said to be happy to facilitate the transfer as long as a suitable offer comes in for the 28-year-old.
– Internazionale would prefer to sign Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik than Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud, reports Calciomercato. That the Nerazzurri are said to have met with Milik’s representatives and will attempt to bring him in once the winter transfer window opens. However, Napoli may force them to wait until the summer, when Inter would be able to sign him for free. That is because Gennaro Gattuso’s club feels they can win the Scudetto and don’t want to strengthen a direct rival.