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Author Nick JuddTransfer
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the transfer market developed differently during the summer than all previous ones, but there were many more shops, and the most important ones can be seen here. The window may be closed in the major European competitions, but here are the best rumours from around the world.
Liverpool, Chelsea joins the clubs following Olise.
Michael Olise from Reading has aroused the interest of some of Europe’s top clubs and Teamtalk believes that Liverpool and Chelsea have now joined the Winger fans.
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Olyse, described as the best winged player outside the Premier League, had already looked at Arsenal, Manchester City, Leeds United and Everton before Liverpool and Chelsea expressed their own interest.
Oliza spent time in the city and in Chelsea before joining Reading, in which Oliza now plays the leading role, and helped move him to the top of the rankings.
Oliza has just over 18 months left in his contract and Royals is aware of the growing interest. Not only in England, but also at clubs like Borussia Dortmund, AC Monaco and Napoli his signature has attracted great interest.
This season Oliza scored two goals and added three assists.
Fault! The file name is not specified. Michael Olyse reads the sensation on the list of several Premier League teams. John Hobley/MI News/Photo only on Getty Images
Khedira must agree to withdraw from
Bandy world champions Samy Khedira, who has followed the clubs, has been guided by the news that Juventus continues with plans to cancel the midfielder’s contract pending the January transfer window, reports Calciotercato.
Although he has a contract until June 2021, Juventus told him he had to agree to leave.
And that’s the problem, because Khedira believes he still has something to offer the team of Andrea Pirlo, despite their lack of fitness and fitness.
The Bianconeri are desperately trying to free up Khedira’s salary and the German midfielder has been out of shape for some time.
– Rangers chief Stephen Gerrard oversees contract negotiations with Jacob Murphy in Newcastle United, the Daily Record reports. Gerrard had hoped to sign this summer and although not a single move has been made and Murphy has impressed Steve Bruce this season, Gerrard hopes to win over the player in Scotland by giving him more playing time. Murphy’s contract expires next summer and Gerrard is following the so-called non-consultative contract negotiations in the hope of making a preliminary contract offer in January.
– Everton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle are interested in signing a contract with Jed Spence of Middlesbrough, Teamtalk reports. Boro knows they will fight for Spence at the club after January, and his great form for the Neil Varnok team makes him a target for many clubs in the new year. Spence arrived in Boro in 2018 from Fulham and burst in at Jonathan Woodgate’s side. And now, thanks to his brilliant form, he will be watched every week this season by a seemingly growing list of clubs.