Jorginho could reunite with Sarri
Jorginho “could follow” Maurizio Sarri to his next club, according to his agent, who says the Chelsea star is eyeing a reunion with his former manager.
Totti to discuss Roma return
Roma legend Francesco Totti could be set for a return to the club in a directorial capacity, Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
The former striker had originally been offered a representative role but turned down those advances due to wanting decision-making powers at the Italian capital club.
Both parties are now ready to meet again with hopes of finding an accord that suits all involved.
Milan eager to sign Diaz on permanent deal
Milan are eager to sign Brahim Diaz on a permanent deal – according to Calcio Mercato.
The 21-year-old joined the Rossoneri on a season-long loan from Real Madrid in the summer, but no option to buy was included in the final deal.
Milan are still planning to test Madrid’s resolve with a formal offer to buy Diaz outright at the end of the season.
Bayern set to loan out Zirkzee
Bayern Munich are set to loan out Joshua Zirkzee in the January transfer window – according to AD.
The 19-year-old is eager to gain some regular first-team experience having spent the early part of the new season on the bench at Allianz Arena.
Kirkzee is willing to leave the Bundesliga in search of more minutes on the pitch, and Bayern are open to sanctioning his temporary departure.
Man Utd well placed to sign Varane
Manchester United are well placed to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane in 2021 – according to MEN.
United have a good relationship with the Base Soccer Agency, who currently represent Varane, and he has just entered the final 18 months of his contract.
Varane, 27, falls perfectly into United’s preferred age range, and is seen as a man who could potentially compliment Harry Maguire in the heart of the defence at Old Trafford.
Barca need to offload four players
Barcelona’s hopes of signing Memphis Depay and Eric Garcia in January depend on them selling four players, reports the Daily Mail.
Samuel Umtiti, Junior Firpo, Martin Braithwaite and Matheus Fernandes are the quartet Ronald Koeman is hoping to offload in order to bring in two players he’s long coveted.
Man City to make Messi bid in January
The Argentine star could leave Camp Nou in a matter of months
Manchester City are expected to make a move to sign Lionel Messi in January, according to The Sun.
Barcelona are desperate for cash and could accept an offer as low as £50 million (€56m/$66m).
City, meanwhile, view signing Messi as a key way to convince Pep Guardiola to re-sign, with contract talks currently stalling.