Chelsea Not Giving Up On Gvardiol
Chelsea are keen to pursue RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol despite the player agreeing to a new and improved deal in the summer that would keep him at the club until 2027.
“RB Leipzig turned down Chelsea bid for Josko Gvardiol on Deadline week (it was for summer 2023) as they’re convinced other clubs will join the race next summer, including Man City,” as reported by TeamTalk via Fabrizio Romano.
“New deal until 2027 but Chelsea are still there and the race is absolutely open,” he added.
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Ex-Liverpool Star Retires From Football
Former Blackpool and Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36. Adam made 25 appearances for Scotland during a career spanning 547 games. He left Dundee in the summer following a two-year spell.
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Arsenal contact Frankfurt over £17m-rated Tielemans alternative
Arsenal have opened talks with Eintracht Frankfurt over a move for Jesper Lindstrom, according to German outlet BILD. Lindstrom is valued at around £17 million and is being eyed as a January transfer window target, following a failed pursuit of Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans in summer.
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Tielemans does not regret staying at Leicester
Youri Tielemans was linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer but the Gunners cooled their interest later on. However, the Belgian insists that he has no regrets about that decision to stay.
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