What the newspapers say
The most likely outcome at the end of next season will be Mohammad Salah‘s departure from Anfield as a free agent, according to the Mirror. The newspaper say there are doubts the 30-year-old’s demands for a new deal will be met by Liverpool, with the club even willing to sell the Egypt international 12 months before the end of his current contract for 60 million of pounds sterling.
Staying on Merseyside where the Liverpool Echo reports Everton are not interested in selling Anthony Gordon under a double agreement with Richarlison at Tottenham. Winger Gordon, 21, is under contract at Goodison Park until 2025 but his 25-year-old team-mate would welcome a move before the end of the last two years of his contract. Both Chelsea and Spurs are said to be watching the Brazilian striker.
The Mail says England are international Jude Bellingham became Real Madrid’s top transfer target for 2023. The newspaper quote AS saying the Spanish champions will be looking to snap up the 18-year-old from Borussia Dortmund next year as they continue to gradually rebuild their midfield. ground. The European champions are expected to face competition though, with the teenager already linked with Chelsea and Liverpool.
The Blues would also work to bring Nathan Ake Return to Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are trying to re-sign the Dutch defender, 27, as part of their soon-to-be-announced deal with Manchester City for the English striker Rahim Sterlingreports the Telegraph.
The Mirror says Arsenal lead Manchester United in signing race Lisandro Martinez after offering £35m for the 24-year-old Argentina defender from Ajax.
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Sven Botman: The Mail says Newcastle are close to completing the signing of the 22-year-old Lille defender but are walking away from their attempts to lure the 20-year-old Reims striker Hugo Ekitike at St. James’s Park.
Ousmane Dembele: The 25-year-old French striker, who has been courted by Bayern Munich and Chelsea, will not receive an improved offer from his Barcelona club until his contract expires on Thursday, according to Marca.
Football transfer rumours: Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool as a free agent next summer
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