Breaking News:Man Utd, Newcastle tipped to sign LaLiga midfielder with €100m exit clause after twist over fee; Liverpool have ‘concrete’ interest in Bundesliga attacker. - soocer442
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Breaking News:Man Utd, Newcastle tipped to sign LaLiga midfielder with €100m exit clause after twist over fee; Liverpool have ‘concrete’ interest in Bundesliga attacker.



After a fee dispute, Manchester United and Newcastle are expected to sign a LaLiga midfielder with a €100 million exit clause; Liverpool have a “concrete” interest in the Bundesliga attacker.In Friday’s Euro Paper Talk, it was reported that Manchester United and Newcastle could acquire a highly-rated LaLiga midfielder for as little as €35 million with a €100 million release clause, while Liverpool’s interest in a soaring Bundesliga winger was deemed “concrete.”


It appears that both Newcastle and Manchester United have improved their chances of acquiring the talented Valencia midfielder Javi Guerra in 2024.In recent times, the LaLiga club has alienated their own supporters with the departures of Goncalo Guedes and Carlos Soler, and it now appears that they are prepared to capitalize on Guerra once more.


A sale of the 20-year-old, who is the most recent graduate of their Paterna academy, is anticipated to provoke widespread indignation.


Due to his outstanding performances, Guerra has earned a starting position on a consistent basis this season; in fact, Manchester United and Newcastle are displaying considerable interest.There is a €100 million release clause in the contract of the teenage midfielder, who has also been linked with Juventus. The player’s current contract runs until 2027.


Recent reports, however, indicate that his former club Villarreal has a 30% sell-on clause, meaning the Yellow Submarine could fetch millions for any transaction.


Guerra is accessible at a reduced cost.

To add insult to injury for Los Che supporters, he is now potentially available for €35–40 million.


According to tuttomercatoweb, Guerra is certain to garner a significant number of candidates given the price at which she is priced.


In fact, the teenager is considered one of the most promising prospects in Spanish football; therefore, Valencia and LaLiga as a whole would not have been devastated if he were to transfer to the Premier League.


Liverpool is interested in Bayer ‘Concrete’ attacker.Liverpool has “concrete” interest in Leroy Sane, a winger for Bayern Munich, despite the fact that the Germany international has not yet agreed to a contract extension. (Falk, Christian)


Premature reports suggest that Manchester United will not permit the departure of center-back Raphael Varane in January, as the central figure remains dissatisfied at Old Trafford. According to Sky Sport Germany,Serhou Guirassy, a forward with 16 goals and a transfer interest of other Premier League clubs, is desirable by Newcastle for a “bargain price.” (Bild)


Mauro Icardi, a forward for Galatasaray, is a target for Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti during the January transfer window. Regarding Fotomac,


Alejandro Camano, the agent of Inter striker Lautaro Martinez, stated that his client is awaiting an offer to extend his contract. Camano also disclosed the reason why his client declined an offer from the Saudi Pro League last summer. (Tuttosport Engineering)


The situation of Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen at Old Trafford is being monitored by clubs from Saudi Arabia. (A Variety)


Chelsea is pursuing Dorgu.

With negotiations anticipated to be amicable, Chelsea are interested in acquiring in-demand defender Patrick Dorgu from FC Nordsjaelland, who is also on the radar of Tottenham. (The Tipbladet)Galatasaray are reportedly monitoring Leonardo Spinazzola and intend to initiate negotiations with him if he does not sign a new contract with Roma. (Calciomercato in particular)


Due to Gavi’s injury, Barcelona will have the ability to expedite the acquisition of Brazilian forward Vitor Roque from Athletico Paranaense in January. Guerrero DeportivoHaving left the door open for a return to Juventus, Federico Bernardeschi concedes that his time at Toronto FC has not gone as planned and was likely the “incorrect endeavor.” (La Gazzetta Sportive)