Transfer Tuesdays

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2018-02-13 11:29:21
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The January transfer window may be over but the rumours keep stirring. Here is our pick of the weeks transfer news.

 

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale's agent says the Wales international "loves" the club and "doesn't want to leave" amid claims Manchester United will try to sign the 28-year-old in the summer. (Tuttosport, via Manchester Evening News)

Tottenham striker Harry Kane, 24, is playing at the same level as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar, says Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini, whose side face Spurs in the Champions League on Tuesday. (Sun)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is planning to revamp his defence in the summer, with England centre-backs Chris Smalling, 28, and Phil Jones, 25, set to be sold. (Mirror)

Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in signing Schalke attacking midfielder Max Mayer, 22, in the summer. The Germany international, who is out of contract at the end of the season, is also wanted by Bayern Munich and AC Milan. (Star)

Manchester United's hopes of signing Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal from Bayern Munich are slim, with the 30-year-old committed to the German club. (Sport1, via Mirror)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has cast further doubt on Simon Mignolet's future at Anfield by suggesting the 29-year-old Belgium goalkeeper will not be selected for their Champions League match against Porto on Wednesday. (Guardian)

Borussia Dortmund will try to sign Chelsea's Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi, 24, on a permanent basis in the summer, though there is no option to buy in their loan arrangement. (Evening Standard)

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has written off the Gunners' hopes of finishing in the top four of the Premier League. (Sun)

Aston Villa defender John Terry, 37, will make a decision on his future at the end of the season. (Telegraph)

Paris St-Germain striker Neymar, 26, has had the Champions League trophy tattooed on to his leg. (Mail)

Newcastle have an option to sign on-loan Slovakia goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, 29, from Sparta Prague for less than £4m in the summer. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Leeds United will revive their bid to sign Capri's 25-year-old Nigerian striker Jerry Mbakogu at the end of the season. (Mail)

Manchester United are missing out on more than £26m a season in potential revenue for Old Trafford naming rights, according to finance advisors Duff & Phelps. (Sky Sports)

Juventus and Bosnia midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 27, has revealed he turned down opportunities to join Arsenal and Tottenham in the past. (Telegraph)

Relations between Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld and manager Mauricio Pochettino are strained after the 28-year-old Belgian was not included in Spurs' squad for their Champions League trip to Juventus. (London Evening Standard)

Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has been approached by intermediaries of Chelsea and Paris St-Germain about taking over as manager. (Sky Sports)

West Ham manager David Moyes has denied suggestions he will leave the club at the end of the season. (Talksport)

Former West Brom first-team coach Ben Garner has declared an interest in the vacant Barnsley managerial job. (Birmingham Mail)

Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles has accused Manchester United's players of "going missing" during their 1-0 defeat at St James' Park on Sunday. (Times - subscription required)

Southampton's players are to blame for the club's poor form and not manager Mauricio Pellegrino, according to midfielder Oriol Romeu. (Telegraph)

Barcelona playmaker Philippe Coutinho could make a swift return to Anfield with Liverpool in advanced talks with the football associations of Brazil and Croatia about holding a friendly at the ground in June before the World Cup. (Liverpool Echo)

Stoke owner Peter Coates has told manager Paul Lambert the club's players are good enough to keep the Potters in the Premier League. (Stoke Sentinel)

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