Here is todays big transfer news which involve Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, PSG, Anderlecht, Everton and Milan.
Menez to stay at PSGMonaco, Liverpool and Juventus target Jeremy Menez has confirmed that he will not be moving in this January despite his contract is expiring at the end of the season. The Paris Saint Germain striker has appeared only 15 times for them but still he wants to stay in this window.
Anderlecht wants Hazard
Thorgan Hazard (brother of Eden Hazard) who is currently on loan to Zulte Waregem from Chelsea is being eyed by Zulte league mate Anderlecht, who want Chelsea to terminate his deal with Zulte so that they can sign him on loan for the rest of the season. The attacking midfielder has scored 9 goals and provided 9 assists in 19 appearances for the Belgian side.
No contact from Milan for Essien
Michael Essien’s agent Fabien Piveteau has said that AC Milan has not approached him but he also said that he can think for a move to Italy.
He spoke to spaziomilan that there is no contact from Milan and first of all they have to talk to Chelsea for the midfielder’s availability.
The 31-year-old is not playing regularly at Chelsea due to the competition in midfield and Milan is the club where he can start his football once again. Milan is on 11th place in Serie A this season but they are still playing in the Champions league. It would be good if Essien moves to Italy in order to play in the World Cup in the coming summer.
Virgil van Dijk happy at Celtic
Arsenal and Manchester City target Virgil van Dijk has admitted that it is pleasure to be linked with the Premier League clubs but insisted that he is enjoying his life in Scotland.
United target Baines to sign new contract
Manchester United long term target Leighton Baines is close in agreeing a long term deal at Goodison Park. Now David Moyes is looking for other left-backs. Reportedly Luke Shaw of Southampton and Fabio Coentrao of Real Madrid are currently on United’s radar.
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