Two Saudi giants asked to buy Modric. Al-Ahli and Al-Ittihad are said to be interested in signing Real Madrid’s star midfielder Luka Modric in the January transfer window. The clubs are expected to first approach the player with an offer and hope to receive approval from the Croatian striker before officially contacting the Royal Spanish club. With the arrival of Jude Bellingham at Los Blancos this summer, the veteran midfielder’s playing time has been significantly reduced.
The Premier League is about to have a decision to change the entire transfer period. Specifically, journalist David Ornstein said: “Premier League clubs are preparing to vote on banning loan activities between related parties (such as the same owner) during the January transfer period. One. If the deal is approved, potential deals such as Ruben Neves from Al Hilal to Newcastle United will be banned. Temporary measure until a more permanent solution can be agreed.”
Arsenal sells at a loss, Real closes deal with Havertz. Arsenal is said to be ready to “cut losses” and liquidate Kai Havertz for £34.8 million. However, Real Madrid has no plans to bring the former Bayer Leverkusen star to the Bernabeu. It’s easy to understand Los Blancos’ decision, because having witnessed Havertz’s lackluster performances in the last two seasons, they have no reason to “spend heavily” on this star.
Arsenal made a decision on the Toney deal. According to Team Talk, Arsenal is leaning more towards recruiting Ivan Toney at the end of the season instead of January. The Gunners clearly know the price pressure that Brentford will create. In the most recent update, the ‘Bees’ asked for a fee of up to 100 million pounds for their number 1 striker, which is 40 million pounds higher than the first valuation. The 27-year-old striker is also interested in the prospect of moving to more competitive teams, which can help him achieve major titles.
Jean-Clair Todibo fixes holes for Man Utd. Sir Jim Ratcliffe is preparing to buy back 25% of MU shares from the Glazer family, so he will play an important role in purchasing plans. Jean-Clair Todibo belongs to Nice, the club that Jim Ratcliffe owns. Currently, the young French talent is valued at 44 million pounds. The Red Devils once targeted the 23-year-old midfielder in the summer, but did not have enough funds to convince their partner to release him.
Clearly the Varane case. According to Fabrizio Romano, Raphael Varane has no intention of leaving Manchester United at the present time. “Even though he doesn’t play regularly now, the situation has not changed. Of course, in my opinion, he deserves to play more, but let’s see if his future changes soon,” Romano said.
Tieu Lam | 19:12 November 9, 2023