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Elneny turned down by AC Milan

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny has been rejected by Serie A side AC Milan after offering them his services. The 27-year old Egyptian international is currently on loan with Turkish side Beşiktaş, but has so far failed to impress during his time in the Super Lig, picking up a red card on his debut, and earning himself a three match suspension. ...

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Beşiktaş want to end Karius loan spell early

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Turkish Super Lig side Beşiktaş want to terminate the loan spell of Loris Karius early, and to send him back to Anfield in January. The 26 year old German goalkeeper was shipped out on a two year loan deal by Liverpool after his horror show in the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid. However, reports in Turkey suggest that ...

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Elneny lined-up for January move

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny could be set for a January move to AC Milan. The Egyptian international is currently on loan with Turkish side Beşiktaş, but has so far failed to impress with the Super Lig side, after losing his place under Unai Emery at the Emirates. Elneny was set off on his debut for his new club, and was ...

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Fenerbahçe open talks about Ozil loan move

Super Lig side Fenerbahçe have opened talks with Arsenal about taking Mesut Ozil on loan in January. It has been reported that the Gunners are willing to allow the 30-year old to leave the club, and are prepared to subsidise his £350,000 a week wages for any club prepared to take the World Cup winner off their hands. Ozil has ...

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FIFA plans overhaul of transfer system

Plans to reform the transfer system have been drawn up by FIFA, including the introduction of a cap upon agents’ commissions, and restrictions on the number of loan players. Under the proposals, agents’ fees would be limited to a maximum of 10% of the fee that a selling club receives for a player. Additionally, they could earn up to 3% ...

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Moses unlikely to make Fener move permanent

Chelsea loanee Victor Moses is highly unlikely to make his move to Turkish side Fenerbahçe into a permanent arrangement, despite the Super Lig side having an option to buy him. The retired Nigerian international joined the Istanbul team on an 18 month loan from Chelsea in January this year, and made a strong contribution in his first campaign with them, ...

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Liverpool tracking Turkish goalkeeper

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Liverpool are closely monitoring Trabzonspor goalkeeper Uğurcan Çakır, with scouts from the club in the stadium to watch him in action against Fenerbahçe at the weekend. And the 23 year old did not disappoint, producing a fine save to earn his side a point in a one-all draw on Sunday. Çakır made his full international debut for Turkey in a ...

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Elneny set for Beşiktaş loan

Arsenal central midfielder Mohamed Elneny is set to seal a season long loan move to Beşiktaş after flying to Turkey to agree the deal. Elneny was one of the players that manager Unai Emery, along with Shkodran Mustafi, told should leave the Gunners before the end of the European transfer window, if they wanted first-team football. Now it looks like ...

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Spurs flop moves to Turkey

Winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has officially left Tottenham and moved to Turkish side Beşiktaş for a reported fee of £4.6 million. The 24-year old former French under-21 international joined Spurs from Ligue 1 side Marseille in August 2016 for a fee of £11 million. However, he failed to impress at White Hart lane, and was restricted to just 27 senior appearances ...

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Sturridge in the middle of tug-of-war

Former Chelsea and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge finds himself in the middle of a tug of war between two clubs desperate to sign the free agent. Sturridge has been without a club since being released from his services at Anfield at the end of June, and is keen to secure his future, with football league seasons getting underway across Europe. ...

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