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Transfer news LIVE Joao Felix to Premier League fee REVEALED

Transfer news LIVE Joao Felix to Premier League fee REVEALED

THE fee to bring Joao Felix to the Premier League has been revealed as Atletico Madrid are open to a loan move, according to reports.

David Ornsteinof the Athletic has stated that a €21 million package has been discussed with English clubs.

This includes a €15million loan fee to Atletico Madrid and the rest covering Felixs wages.

Elsewhere, Chelsea have agreed a deal for Monaco defender Benoit Badiashile and he could be announced as early as TODAY.

The 21-year-old is now set for a medical with the club as he looks to complete the transfer.

The Blues have also signed Vasco midfielder Andrey Santos, 18, and are awaiting confirmation.

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Liverpool star Ibrahima Konate is a shock transfer target for Real Madrid.

According to Media Foot, Real manager Carlo Ancelotti is a huge admirer of Konate.

However, a move in January appears unlikely - with the Spanish giants willing to wait until the summer to land the centre-back.

The Reds are reluctant to sell, but a huge offer could persuade them to part with the France international

Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo had just one other offer before joining Al-Nassr.

And its reckoned the transfer race was neck-and-neck before Ronaldo plumped for a mega-money move to the Middle East.

According toThe Blue Testament, the five-time Ballon dOr winner could have ended up at a different club.

It was widely reported that the striker was holding out for offers from Champions League clubs, with Chelsea and Bayern Munich linked.

However, the only other bid that came the Portugal captains way was from MLS outfit Sporting Kansas City.

Its believed the American side held numerous meetings with the 37-year-olds camp, who were impressed by KCs sporting vision and financial package.

Indeed, the US team were at one stage very close to sealing Ronaldos signature, with their offer almost equal to the one from Al-Nassr but the Saudi giants stood tall

Chelsea are set for a revamp in midfield with Benfica star Enzo Fernandez amongst SIX transfer targets.

Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham is their No1 target, but theyre likely to face stiff competition from the likes of Real Madrid and Liverpool for his signature.

West Ham ace Declan Rice remains on their list but his future is set to be decided in the summer.

The Blues are also hoping to secure a January swoop for Fernandez, whileThe Athleticclaim theyre interested in several others in that position.

Brightons Alexis Mac Allister is also on their wish list along with the Argentines team-mate Moises Caicedo as well as Southamptons Romeo Lavia

Arsenal fans claim the clubs top target Mykhaylo Mudryk is in London based on tiny details in his social media posts.

The Gunners have been heavily linked with a 55million move for Shakhtar Donetsk star Mudryk, particularly after Gabriel Jesus injury.

Now fans are becoming increasingly convinced the winger is due to arrive at the Emirates in the January transfer window.

That belief has manifested itself in them overanalysing the Ukraine internationals Instagram stories.

Pictures of him in the gym led one fan to cite the make of the weights, his hotel slippers and a UK fire alarm as reasons why the Ukrainian is in the UK

Shakhtar Donetsk CEO Sergei Palkin admitted he is in constant talks over Arsenal target Mykhaylo Mudryk.

Shakhtar CEO Sergei Palkin said: Negotiations are continuing. We receive offers, but they are not the ones we would like to see on our table.

Now, literally in 5 minutes, I will have a phone conversation with Arsenal. We are open to negotiations, ready to exchange ideas and figures.

If we will agree, then let it be so. If we will not, then let it be another time

Chelsea are considering hijacking Arsenals move for Shakhtar Donetsk star Mykhaylo Mudryk.

The Gunners tabled a 55million offer for Mudryk earlier this week but saw their opening offer rejected by Shakhtar.

A second bid is being considered by the North Londoners, who could face competition for the wingers services from the Blues.

Thats according toThe Guardian,who report the West Londoners manager Graham Potter has added the 21-year-old to his transfer list and is interested in signing him.

They will, however, have to stump up a staggering 85m to prise the Ukraine international from Shakhtars clutches.

Arsenal are still ahead of their London rivals in the pursuit of Mudryk as talks continue

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has told his Tottenham players to buck up their ideas to save their top-four mission but admits that is slipping out of their grasp.

Conte added: I want to be honest, I want to be very clear. I have said this to the club, I have said my opinions. The fans deserve the best. Maybe to stay in fifth is the best. Maybe sixth, seventh, fifth or fourth is the best.

Now we have to start to fight strong, because the situation in this league you can slip quickly. I spoke also with my players. You have to pay attention to fight because from start to the end the road is not long. You can slip quickly if you are not prepared and not humble to understand the situation very well.

If you ask me if Im scared, Im not scared. I believe in my work, I believe in these players, but dont ask me for things I cannot promise you.

This is only to create an illusion and create dreams in a moment that you have to be realistic. If you are realistic, you know the situation and you face the moment in the right way. People think you arrive and you win. This can happen for a team that are used to winning in the past.

But if you are not used to it it means you have to create this situation and for this reason you need time and patience. I understand that the fans are disappointed because they can say but weve been patient for a long time, I understand it but the situation is this. If you want the truth I can tell you the truth

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte says the club cant live up to crazy expectations if they dont spend like their Premier League rivals.

Conte said: I continue to repeat that last season we made a miracle. It happened, why? Because we played only one competition and we played with 12 or 13 players that didnt have injuries in the last 15 games.

We did a miracle, but I knew what the situation was and then I was very clear with the club (over what was needed) to become title contenders.

I remember very well in the summer people talked about Tottenham as title contenders but it was a bit crazy to see this.

To become title contenders, to become a team ready to fight to win something, you need to have a solid foundation, which means to have 14 or 15 strong players, with quality, and the other young players to develop.

Every season, you can add two players - but two players priced 50m, 60m, 70m. In this way, it means you are signing important players who can improve the quality and the level of your team. But this is a process, guys

Manchester United are interested in Borussia Monchengladbach ace Marcus Thuram, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

United are monitoring developments with Thuram ahead of the January transfer window, according to theDaily Mail.

The centre-forward is free to talk hold talks with foreign clubs as he has less than six months remaining on his current deal.

The France international, who can play up front or out wide, has registered 13 goals in 17 games for Gladbach this season.

The Red Devils are desperate for attacking reinforcements after Cristiano Ronaldos exit

Tottenham are close to signing Sporting Lisbon ace Pedro Porro.

Spurs boss Antonio Conte claimed the club must sign two players worth up to 70million every season if they want to become title contenders.

And the North Londoners chairman Daniel Levy appears to have backed Conte with a swoop for the 23-year-old.

A 35m deal for the right-back is expected to be completed by the end of the week, according to theDaily Star

AC Milan are monitoring the progress of Arsenal ace Folarin Balogun and are plotting a summer move.

Balogun is currently on loan at Reims following a lack of chances at the Emirates.

The striker has scored 10 goals in 16 Ligue 1 games, including a brace in his first game after the 2022 World Cup against Rennes.

According toCalciomercato, Milan are in desperate need of a centre-forward and are keen on the 21-year-old

Tottenham superstar Harry Kane is on target in business, bagging a 22million fortune.

Accounts show that Kane is raking in the cash through a pair of companies.

HK28 Ltd, which handles the star strikers image rights and sponsorship deals with the likes of Nike and Mars, had its best year and has more than 9million in assets.

Meanwhile, Edward James Investments holds properties worth 13.1million.

His investments have risen by a combined 4.3million over the course of the past year.

The accounts, filed at Companies House last week, are dated up to March 31 2022

Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix revealed his favourite Premier League club and it is NOT Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester United.

Felix has been linked with a sensational switch ahead of the upcoming January transfer window following some impressive displays in the 2022 World Cup.

The forward has admitted he is a fan of the English top flight but he apparently never rooted for the usual title contenders like the Gunners, the Blues orUnited.

According toMundo Deportivo, the Portugal international admitted he supports Leeds.

However, the 23-year-olds soft spot for the Yorkshire giants is highly unlikely to take him to Elland Road in the near future

Monaco star Benoit Badiashile is expected to sign a six-and-a-half year deal at Chelsea.

That is according to LEquipe, who claim Badiashiles move is almost complete.

The centre-back was not part of the Monaco squad during their 1-0 win over Brest.

The France international will now travel to London to complete his move to Stamford Bridge.

Atletico Madrid star Joao Felixs release clause has been revealed.

According to The AthleticsDavid Ornstein, Felix could be set for a move to the Premier League.

It has been stated that a €21million (17m) package has been discussed with English clubs over a loan move in January.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal have all been linked with the forward

Ibrahima Konate is a shock transfer target for Real Madrid, according to reports.

France publication Media Foot claim Carlo Ancelotti is a huge admirer of the Liverpool centre-back.

However, a move in January appears unlikely with the LaLiga side willing to wait until the summer to land their man.

Liverpool are reluctant to sell, but a huge offer could persuade them to part with the France defender.

Romelu Lukaku revealed he was allowed to leave Chelsea after telling owner Todd Boehly how he felt about Thomas Tuchel.

The Blues record 97.5million signing also confirmed he has no intention of ever returning to Stamford Bridge and wants to stay at Inter Milan.

Lukaku, 29, said: Boehly decided to let me leave after I told him the whole truth about my relationship with Tuchel.

It was a great chat I told him my version of what happened.

Then I had the opportunity to return to Inter and Boehly opened the door for me.

But the 104-cap Belgium ace is determined to stay in Italy before returning to his boyhood club Anderlecht.

He added: Everyone knows what I want.

I hope to stay at Inter. I love this club and we will speak to Chelsea in order to find a solution.

Inter fans are really special, for me they are the best in the world.

Because even if we are in difficulty they are always there to help the team.

It was a surprise for me, I thought they were angry with me.

But in the end they know Ive always had Inter in my heart. Even if I left, they know Ive always had Inter in my heart.

Ive had conversations with my team-mates, with people from the club and they know Ive told the truth about why I left.

Now Im back and I hope to stay in the future. I mean that for me Inter is worth everything.

The idea is to finish my career with Anderlecht. Im nearly 30, my son started school here and plays in the Inter academy. I want to stay here and do things right.

Antonio Conte says Tottenham cant live up to crazy expectations if they dont spend like their Premier League rivals.

Conte said: I continue to repeat that last season we made a miracle.

It happened, why? Because we played only one competition and we played with 12 or 13 players that didnt have injuries in the last 15 games.

We did a miracle, but I knew what the situation was and then I was very clear with the club (over what was needed) to become title contenders.

I remember very well in the summer people talked about Tottenham as title contenders but it was a bit crazy to see this.

To become title contenders, to become a team ready to fight to win something, you need to have a solid foundation, which means to have 14 or 15 strong players, with quality, and the other young players to develop.

Every season, you can add two players but two players priced 50m, 60m, 70m.

In this way, it means you are signing important players who can improve the quality and the level of your team. But this is a process, guys.

Chelsea are tipped to bid big for Denzel Dumfries after Reece James latest injury woe.

But Manchester United are also keen on Inter Milans 53million-rated right-wing back.

The Dutchman shone in the World Cup as crocked James missed out.

And after 11 weeks sidelined, the England star only lasted 53 minutes of his comeback, a 2-0 win over Bournemouth on December 27.

James could be absent for another month due to his new knee problem.

And Sport Italia suggest Dumfries could be catapulted into top place on Chelsea chief Graham Potters wishlist for the January transfer window

David Ornsteinof the Athletic has reported that Joao Felix could be set for a move to the Premier League.

It has been stated that a €21 million package has been discussed with English clubs over a loan move in January.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal have all been linked with the Portugal star.

Ibrahima Konate is a shock transfer target for Real Madrid, according to reports.

France publication Media Foot claim Carlo Ancelotti is a huge admirer of the Liverpool centre back.

However, a move in January appears unlikely - with the LaLiga side willing to wait until the summer to land their man.

Liverpool are reluctant to sell, but a huge offer could persuade them to part with the France defender.

Steve Cooper has revealed Nottingham Forest are open to doing business in the January transfer window.

He told Sky Sports: Ill work day by day with the players at the training ground but Im trusting the club to get the work done.

There is that sense of Forest signing players again but weve picked up some long-term injuries since the summer. Jesse [Lingard] is out for a month now so we if we can add the right players in the right positions well do that.

Romelu Lukaku revealed he was allowed to leave Chelsea after telling owner Todd Boehly how he felt about Thomas Tuchel.

The Blues record 97.5million signing also confirmed he has no intention of ever returning to Stamford Bridge and wants to stay at Inter Milan.

Lukaku, 29, said: Boehly decided to let me leave after I told him the whole truth about my relationship with Tuchel.

It was a great chat - I told him my version of what happened.

Then I had the opportunity to return to Inter and Boehly opened the door for me.

But the 104-cap Belgium ace is determined to stay in Italy before returning to his boyhood club Anderlecht.

He added: Everyone knows what I want.

I hope to stay at Inter. I love this club and we will speak to Chelsea in order to find a solution.

Inter fans are really special, for me they are the best in the world.

Because even if we are in difficulty they are always there to help the team.

It was a surprise for me, I thought they were angry with me.

But in the end they know Ive always had Inter in my heart. Even if I left, they know Ive always had Inter in my heart.

Ive had conversations with my team-mates, with people from the club and they know Ive told the truth about why I left.

Now Im back and I hope to stay in the future. I mean that for me Inter is worth everything.

The idea is to finish my career with Anderlecht. Im nearly 30, my son started school here and plays in the Inter academy. I want to stay here and do things right.

Rio Ferdinand has defended Cristiano Ronaldo for cashing in with a mega-money move to Saudi Arabia.

Ferdinand believes Ronaldo deserves his 173million-a-year Al Nassr contract more than Wayne Rooney and David Beckham with their own lucrative swansongs in the USA.

Portugal legend Ron, 37, opted for a country criticised for its human rights record after reportedly receiving little interest from Europe.

But fellow Manchester United legend Ferdinand reckons no man on the planet has earned a money-spinning transfer more than Ronaldo.

The former England centre-back is furious at claims its sad and a disgrace that Ron chose Saudi Arabia.

Ferdinand told his  Vibe with FIVE podcast: Let a man go and live, let a man go and enjoy it.

Antonio Conte says Tottenham cant live up to crazy expectations if they dont spend like their Premier League rivals.

Conte said: I continue to repeat that last season we made a miracle.

It happened, why? Because we played only one competition and we played with 12 or 13 players that didnt have injuries in the last 15 games.

We did a miracle, but I knew what the situation was and then I was very clear with the club (over what was needed) to become title contenders.

I remember very well in the summer people talked about Tottenham as title contenders but it was a bit crazy to see this.

To become title contenders, to become a team ready to fight to win something, you need to have a solid foundation, which means to have 14 or 15 strong players, with quality, and the other young players to develop.

Every season, you can add two players - but two players priced 50m, 60m, 70m.

In this way, it means you are signing important players who can improve the quality and the level of your team. But this is a process, guys.

Chelsea are tipped to bid big for Denzel Dumfries after Reece James latest injury woe.

But Manchester United are also keen on Inter Milans 53million-rated right-wing back.

The Dutchman shone in the World Cup as crock James missed out.

And after 11 weeks sidelined, the England star only lasted 53 minutes of his comeback, a 2-0 win over Bournemouth on December 27.

James could be absent for another month due to his new knee problem.

And Sport Italia suggest Dumfries could be catapulted into top place on Chelsea chief Graham Potters wishlist for the January transfer window.

Erling Haaland celebrated New Years Eve in style.

The giant Norwegian enjoyed an evening out with girlfriend Isabel Haugseng Johansen at the swanky Ivy restaurant in Manchester.

The Manchester City star, 22, had a night on the tiles just hours after scoring in his sides disappointing 1-1 draw with Everton.

Haaland and Isabel, 18, looked to be in good spirits despite the result as they entered The Ivy via a secret side passage.

And its believed the pair were joining family at a private dining area to see in 2023.

The Ivys website showed there were two menus available for the occasion, one starting at 75 per head and the other 110.

Raul Jimenez could be allowed to leave Wolves, according to report, if they find another striker.

The Premier League club have already brought in Matheus Cunha from Atletico Madrid.

And boss Julen Lopetegui wants another striker - which could relegate the Mexico to third choice, claim the Daily Mail.

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