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Newcastle considering Elneny move

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Newcastle United are considering making a move for Arsenal’s Mohamed Elneny in the January window, The Egyptian is in the fianl year of his contract in North London and is likely to leave the club with no signs of him being offered a renewal. He has been linked with a  move to Turkey with Fenerbahçe having reportedly made contact with ...

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Chelsea set to complete defender move

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Chelsea are set to complete their first move of rhea January transfer window, with news that the move for Hungarian centre back Attila Szalai is as good as done. That is according to Szalia’s international boss Marco Rossi, who is close to the player currently playing for Fenerbahçe in Turkey. The 23-year old has not even been with the Super ...

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Elneny to leave Arsenal in January

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It is being reported that Mohamed Elneny will be allowed to leave Arsenal on a free transfer in January. The Egyptian international is in the final year of his contract at the Emirates, and there is no appetite to offer him a new deal. Already scheduled to miss most of that month anyway on AFCON duty, he will be allowed ...

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Chelsea agree fee for Hungarian defender

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Reports emanating from Turkey suggest that Chelsea have agreed a fee for Fenerbahçe defender Attila Szalai, who is also a target fir Barcelona. Nicknamed the Hungarian Virgil van Dijk. He caught the eye playing for his country at the Euros, whilst his performances for his club in the Super Lig has also garnered plenty of attention from elsewhere in Europe, ...

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Real want Rüdiger

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Real Madrid want to sign Chelsea defender Antonio Rüdiger on a free transfer next summer. The German is in the final year of his current deal at Stamford Bridge, and, although the Premier League club want to extend his stay in West London, it looks increasingly likely to leave he will free with the two sides far apart when it ...

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Duo could depart the Emirates in January

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Arsenal are hoping to offload the duo of Mohamed Elneny and Sead Kolasinac in January. Both players are in the final year of their contract at the Emirates, and neither has been offered a new deal. And, with the prospect of them leaving for free, it is thought best to try and extract some sort of fee for them if ...

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Elneny linked with January move

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Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny is being linked with a January move to Galatasaray. The Egyptian is out of contract at the end of the season and, having fallen out of favour at the Emirates, Arsenal are willing to let him go. The Turkish side could wait until the end of the season and sign him as a  free agent, but ...

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Arsenal reject late bid for Elneny

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Arsenal turned down a late bid for midfielder Mohamed Elneny from Galatasaray before the Turkish transfer window closed. The window in Turkey closed on Wednesday, and the Super Lig side made an enquiry about the availability of the Egyptian international, who has previously spent a season on loan with Istanbul rivals Beşiktaș. However, despite the fact that Elneny has just ...

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Injury rules duo out of moves

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Hopes that both Mohamed  Elneny and Sead Kolasinac could yet leave Arsenal this summer have been dashed after both suffered injuries. The pair had been linked with clubs in Turkey, where the transfer window is still open, Elneny with Beșiktaş, where he had previously spent a loan spell, and Kolasinac with Fenerbahçe. Elneny missed Egypt’s World Cup qualifier with Angola ...

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Kolasinac staying with Arsenal

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Despite manging to arrange last day loan moves for Hector Bellerín, Reiss Nelson, and goalkeeper Alex Runarsson, Sead Kolasinac remains an Arsenal player. The Bosnian international spent the second half of last season on loan with Schalke, and with less than one year left on his current deal at the Emirates, it was widely assume that he would be moving ...

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