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The summer transfer window is closed for the major leagues in Europe. However, with an eye on January, theres plenty of gossip swirling about whos moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings, goings and, of course,done deals!

Real Madridare planning to beatParis Saint-Germain,ChelseaandTottenham Hotspurto the signing of Inter Milan defenderMilan Skriniar, according toFootball Insider.

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Skriniar, 27, has a contract which expires in 2023 and his future at Inter remains in doubt as he is yet to sign a new deal.

The Italian side have previously rejected bids up to a reported €70 million for theSlovakiainternational, but could now lose him on a free transfer next summer.

While PSG have led the chase, Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is a big fan of the defender following their two years together at San Siro and could make a move in January. However, after managing to secureAntonio Rudigerfrom Chelsea on a free transfer last month, Real Madrid are plotting a similar move for the in-demand Skriniar.

17.00 BST:The Manchester Evening Newssays that Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has identified four positions for the club to strengthen in the transfer market.

United signedAntony, Casemiro, Martin Dubravka, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro MartinezandChristian Eriksen in the summer for a combined 216m, but more new arrivals are expected.

Up front,Marcus RashfordandAnthony Martialare the only established central strikers, so an extra attacking player could be signed, while a new right-back, goalkeeper and progressive ball-playing midfielder are on the agenda too.

15.36 BST: Eintracht Frankfurt midfielderJesper Lindstromis on Arsenals radar, according toCalciomercato.

Lindstrom, 22, has been watched by the likes of Manchester City, Juventus, Barcelona and Bayern Munich already, with Frankfurt looking for around €20m from any interested clubs.

The youngster made his full international debut for Denmark in November 2020 against Sweden and has three goals from 10 games this season.

14.46 BST: Chelsea defenderTrevoh Chalobahcould leave for a loan move to Roma in January, according toFootball Transfers.

Chalobah, 23, is highly rated at Stamford Bridge but is struggling for game time and needs to impress new head coach Graham Potter.

Jose Mourinhos Roma, who have already takenTammy Abrahamon a permanent deal from the club, are reportedly interested.

13.28 BST: United States defenderSergino Desthas said his move to Serie A giants AC Milan will help him become a more complete defender.

Dest, who is set feature for the USMNT at the 2022 World Cup, joined Milan on a season-long loan from Barcelona on Sept. 1, with option to make the deal permanent next summer for €20m.

The 21-year-old came off the bench in Milans opening two Champions League games this season but is yet to appear in Serie A.

I think this league will help me become more complete,he said in a news conference on Friday. Italy is known for good defending and its something I can work on. Its a different league but I feel I need to get my full potential. I feel I can learn a lot and I can work on my defensive skills here.

Dest, who was also subject to interest from Manchester United and Villarreal, left Barca because of a lack of first-team football ahead of the World Cup in Qatar, which begins on Nov. 20.

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11.04 BST:Sky Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg insists that Bayern Munich want to sign Tottenham strikerHarry Kane.

Kane, 29, almost left Spurs for Manchester City last year but his valuation of 150m stopped any deal. However, the England captain has just two years left on his contract and wants to win trophies, so Bayern might see a chance to land him this summer as they look to find a replacement forRobert Lewandowski.

I am convinced that Kane will be Bayern Munichs real market target next summer,he told Sky Sport Italia. It will depend on the players performance this season, but Bayern has the money. [Kingsley] Coman, [Sadio] Mane, [Serge] Gnabry are there, but a No. 9 is missing.

10.08 BST:Gianluca Di Marziosays that Inter Milan are unlikely to signRomelu Lukakupermanently from Chelsea next summer.

Lukaku, 28, returned to Inter on loan last month, just a year after leaving on a €115m move to Chelsea.

The Belgium international has one goal from three games, having struggled with injury so far this season. But because Inter already paid €8m for the loan, with that fee rising to €10m if they wanted to renew the loan next year, Di Marzio suggests a permanent deal is not a certainty with his contract at Stamford Bridge expiring in 2026.

09.24 BST:Liverpool, Manchester United and Real Madrid are already keen to land Borussia Dortmund starJude Bellingham, but now Chelsea are in the race too, saysThe Sun.

Bellingham, 19, is one of the best young midfielders in the world and would cost around €120m to sign.

But Chelsea are ready to compete for his signature with their European rivals.

09.00 BST:Pep Guardiola says he is delighted withJack Grealishs performances forManchester Cityand has told theEnglandmidfielder to ignore the noise around his start to the season.

Grealish, who signed fromAston Villafor 100m in 2021, has been criticised for a perceived slow start to the new campaign and was substituted after 58 minutes of the Champions League tie withBorussia Dortmundon Wednesday with his team 1-0 down.

Guardiolas side eventually battled back to win 2-1 but the City boss insists Grealish is doing more than enough and reminded the 27-year-old to shut out the critics.

I dont have any doubts about him, not at all, Guardiola told a news conference on Friday. I know him and Im more than happy and delighted with what hes doing. I dont know [if he listens to criticism]. I dont talk about that, if they listen to all the comments or the radio.

There are many things outside of football, hobbies and many, many things they can do, the cleaner and better. You can live without listening to anything. If you played well and the people say you didnt play well it doesnt matter. In three more days you have another challenge to be happy and do what you have to do. The rest is not important.

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Roma are pushing forNicolo Zanioloto sign a new deal, over fears thatJuventusand Tottenham will come knocking again for the midfielder, according toCalciomercato. Zaniolo, 23, who scored eight goals and provided nine assists in 42 appearances across all competitions for theGiallorossilast season, previously expressed that he was in no rush to sign a contract extension, with his current deal set to expire in 2024. However, sporting director Tiago Pinto is eager for theItalyinternational to commit his long-term future at the Stadio Olimpico in an attempt to deter their Serie A rivals, with a new deal reportedly expected to last until 2027.

Marcos Alonsohas a verbal agreement with Xavi Hernandez to stay atBarcelonauntil 2024, according toSport. The 31-year-old joined theBlaugranaon a one-year-deal after leaving Chelsea on a free transfer this summer. However, the left-back is expected to renew his contract for another year at the end of the season. Despite an impressive preseason display from 18-year-oldAlejandro Balde, who was subsequently rewarded with a four consecutive LaLiga starts ahead of captainJordi Alba, Alonso has now taken over as the first choice in the left-back position, making his full debut in the Champions League againstBayern Munich.

AC MilanandFiorentinalead the interest to sign young FC Midtjylland wingerGustav Isaksen, reportsSky Sport Italia. The two Italian sides had scouts watching as the 21-year-old scored in a convincing 5-1 victory againstLazioin the Europa League. Midtjylland reportedly rejected an offer from a Premier League team in the summer; however, the Denmark U21 international reportedly favours a move to Italy.

Leeds Unitedwill return forPSV EindhovenwingerCody Gakpoin January, writesEindhovens Dagblad. It is reported that the two sides could reach an agreement for the 23-year-old in the winter transfer window, as 43m is thought to be enough to secure his departure from the Philips Stadion. TheNetherlandsinternational has made a blistering start in the Eredivisie this season, with seven goals and three assists in six appearances.

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