The coronovirus epidemic made the transfer market unlike any before it, but there was still plenty of action on Deadline Day. With the window closed in the major leagues in Europe, you can Check out the latest major full transfers worldwide.
New hope for Man United in Sancho chase
This year’s biggest transfer saga appears set to roll, with Manchester United’s Borussia Dortmund star reporting a long courtship. Jadon Sancho Is not over yet.
Ole Gunnar Solskar disappointed after Ole Gunnar Solskar failed to land United as a 20-year-old England international in the United transfer window, with the United League giants unwilling to be stomping for £ 108 million BVB did.
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It was believed that Dortmund would eventually sell and sell for a low fee, but according to the Star’s report, United underestimated the Germans’ tough stance on the issue. Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has, however, left the door open for a deal in the future.
“[They] Stated the situation wrong. We had a clear line and will continue to do so next summer.
“In this industry, you can never say that a player is completely dishonest.”
Barca to improve Garcia’s offer in January
Barcelona will return to Manchester City Eric garcia After failing to sign the defender in the summer in January, reports Manchester Evening News.
The outlet says Barca did not offer enough to persuade the city to sell, and so their offering would improve when the window reopened in the new year. Barca’s bid was believed to be just 2 meters below Citi’s valuation, but the Premier League side were reluctant to stop him from going and left himself short for the season ahead, apart from Nathanmouth from Bournemouth.
Garcia has already told the City Chiefs that he will not renew his contract at the end of the season and will be ready to lose him next summer with the nationals, they will take some money and repay him in January Can decide.
It is understood that Garcia wants to return to his former club and Ronald Cowman is desperate to bolster his defense. The only possible sticking point could be Barcelona’s financial position, which Komman admits is unknown.
He will no doubt do some more outgoing business before he can start building his squad again.
Soulscazer targets Sporting Wonderkid Gomes
Manchester United may sign another surprise return to Sporting Lisbon, Louis gomesAccording to the Mirror.
United have been successful in dealing with Sporting since the signing of Portuguese veterans Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani and Bruno Fernandes in the past.
And now they are trying to call on Gomes, a 16-year-old who signed his first professional deal last week, but who is being touted as the next Luis Figo.
The youngster is on a five-year contract but United has reportedly previously denied the option should Sporting decide to sell, complete with a £ 14 million transfer fee.
Atletico Madrid have also inquired about Gomes, but with the transfer of his career debut at Manchester United, Young decided to stay in Lisbon.
– Juventus plans a January move for Lyon Star House and According to Sunday’s print edition of Tuttosport. They believe the Italian champions are planning phase two of their recruitment drive. Phase One was involved in bringing down the team’s age, which they did with their summer business, and now their top priority is Ayer, which also tops Arsenal’s list. Juve is wary of the Gunners, who have been chasing Ayer all year.
– Cagliari Wright considering signing former back of Brighton Ezequiel Scholto According to the Italian journalist, as a free agent Fabrizio Romano. Watford was rumored to be in talks with Scolotto, but decided not to sign him, while Crystal Palace have also been linked with the Argentine wide player. Scholto joined Brighton in 2017 and made 20 appearances in his first full season.
– Burnley are keen to sign French center-half Mohammad Simkan But it could cost them £ 15m. This, according to The Sun, who believes the Clarts Scouts suggested the club make an offer for the 20-year-old Strasbourg star. AC Milan failed to sign Simakan in the final days of the Milan summer transfer window, while West Ham were considered on a £ 9m move.