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Bas Dost's move from Sporting to Eintracht Frankfurt could collapse due to demands from the player's agent, according to O Jogo.

The Portuguese club also released an official statement on Tuesday lunchtime, stating: "Sporting, who has reached an agreement with Eintracht Frankfurt, was nevertheless surprised by the player's last-minute financial demands that are preventing the transfer from being completed."
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Chelsea outcast set for Roma medical

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Davide Zappacosta is close to joining Roma for the rest of the season.
Chelsea had been keen to offload the Italian permanently but have now sanctioned a temporary switch.
The defender will undergo a medical on Wednesday.

Eriksen only interested in three clubs

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Christian Eriksen is only interested in leaving Tottenham for Real MadridBarcelona or Juventus, claims ESPN.
The Danish playmaker has entered the final year of his contract at Spurs and must decide on whether to commit to fresh terms or make a move elsewhere.
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Camavinga attracting interest

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Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga is attracting interest from leading clubs across Europe, reports L'Equipe.
Paris Saint-Germain are among those said to be keen on the highly-rated 16-year-old midfielder.

Mustafi to leave Arsenal for Roma

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Shkodran Mustafi is set to leave Arsenal for Roma, reports the Daily Mail.
The German defender is set to move to Italy on an initial season-long loan, with the agreement including the option for a permanent £23 million ($28m) deal to be pushed through in the summer of 2020.

Splashing the cash

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'Man Utd need to get rid of Sanchez'

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Alexis Sanchez has “been a disaster” for Manchester United, admits Gary Neville, with the Red Devils legend looking for the Chile international to be moved on before transfer windows close across Europe.
The Red Devils legend told Sky Sports: "I have no idea what's happened. There must be two of him. The one that played for Arsenal and Barcelona and then the one that's turned up in Manchester. They need to get him out of the club."

Arsenal will be 'proactive again', claims Josh Kroenke

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Arsenal director Josh Kroenke says the club will do more transfer business in January.
The Gunners signed Nicolas Pepe, David Luiz and Dani Ceballos ahead of the new season and will be looking for more reinforcements in the next window.
"We weren't reactive this summer, we were actually proactive," he told BBC Sport.
"As for January, I don't want to get ahead of ourselves.
"We've got to evaluate some things in the short term and figure out where we might need to address going forward, so when January does roll around we're going to be proactive again."

Bayer Leverkusen defender to leave for Bundesliga rival

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Tin Jedvaj will join Augsburg on loan from Bayer Leverkusen, according to Kicker.
The Croatian, who has 17 caps for his country, bolsters a defence which conceded five at Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.

Liverpool should target Maddison, insists Carragher

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James Maddison's creative talents could take Liverpool to the next level, according to Jamie Carragher.
The playmaker created 100 chances last season, the most in the Premier League, and set up Wilfred Ndidi's equaliser at Chelsea in Sunday 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Carragher thinks Maddison is the man the Reds should look to sign.
“I think he is the one player outside of the top six who Liverpool should be looking at," he said on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football.
“People have been talking about Coutinho coming back, but obviously that hasn’t happened as he’s gone to Bayern Munich, but if your looking in the Premier League, yes he will cost a lot of money, but he should be the one Liverpool are looking at if you’re going to that next step up.”

Sanchez backed by Serie A icon

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The Chile international could bring his Manchester United ordeal to an end with an initial loan deal back in Serie A, a league in which he played alongside Di Natale for Udinese between 2008 and 2011.
“Sanchez to Inter would be an extraordinary coup and a gamble that both parties could win comfortably,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Alexis is an exemplary professional, someone who always arrived early for training sessions and never held back during a match. He is returning to Italy, where he left an excellent reputation.
“He has all the ingredients needed for a great season. Alexis needs people to have faith in him and I am sure he’ll do well with Conte".
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Muniesa departs Girona for Al-Arabi

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Marc Muniesa had left Gironathe club announced on Monday.
The two parties reached a deal to terminate the defender's contract, clearing the way for a move to Al-Arabi.
The former Barcelona defender made 38 appearances in two seasons with Girona, the first of which came via a loan spell from Stoke City

Save your €222m! There’s no place for Neymar & Hazard in same Madrid team

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Real Madrid remain in the running for Neymar, but where would the Brazilian fit in with Los Blancos?
With Eden Hazard already in the squad, it seems there isn't even a place for Neymar should he move to Madrid.

Atalanta open negotiations for Luan

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Atalanta have opened negotiations for Luan, according to UOL.
The midfielder currently features for Gremio and has a contract with the club through December 2020.
Atalanta are looking to find attackers that can play multiple positions, and the twice-capped Brazilian fits the bill.

Marchisio turned down China move due to Inter links

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Former Juventus star Claudio Marchisio says he turned down a move to Chinadue to a club's connection with Inter.
Jiangsu Suning have the same ownership as the Italian side, and Marchisio says that was enough to rule out a move.

Dembele was fine before Senegal trip

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Barcelona believe Ousmane Dembele was uninjured prior to his trip to Senegal, reports Onda Cero.
The winger got through their La Liga opener Friday without injury and there was no indication of a problem after the match.
But after returning from his trip and training Monday, he reported the injury, which will sideline him for five weeks.

Dortmund doubled Sancho's wages

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Borussia Dortmund doubled star Jadon Sancho's wages this summer to make sure he remained with the club, reports Bild.
Sancho was reportedly attracting interest from some of Europe's biggest and richest clubs, including Manchester United.
As a result, Dortmund have bumped Sancho's wages up to €6 million (£5.5m/$6.7m) per season.

Napoli wait on Icardi

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Napoli are waiting on Inter striker Mauro Icardi to give his OK for a move to the club, reports Gianlucadimarzio.com.
Icardi, through agent Wanda Nara, publicly rejected Monaco, but while he has not given his approval to Napoli, he has not rejected the club either.
Napoli are prepared to wait a few days but if no answer comes, or they are rejected, they will move on Fernando Llorente. 

Barca's Neymar offer rejected by PSG

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Financial demands unlikely to be met?
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to reject a loan-to-buy offer by Barcelona for star forward Neymar, reports ESPN.
While PSG are ready to let Neymar leave, they want at least the €222 million (£203m/$246m) they paid to bring him to Paris recouped.
Even if Barca agreed to pay that amount next year, after a loan, PSG do not believe the Liga champions would make the payment in a lump sum, which is another sticking point for the French club. 

Sanchez deal awaits Man Utd approval

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Attacker will leave on free loan with €15m purchase option
Alexis Sanchez's proposed move to Inter just waits for approval from Manchester United, according to Gianlucadimarzio.com.
The deal would be a free loan, with Sanchez's wages subsidised by United, and Inter having a purchase option of €15 million (£13.7m/$16.6m).
United are expected to approve the deal, as they favour Inter's entry into the race over a proposed deal from Roma

Klopp hints that Liverpool wanted Coutinho back

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted that the club were interested in re-signing Philippe Coutinho, but couldn’t afford to bring the Brazilian back to Anfield.
Coutinho joined Bayern Munich on loan for the 2019-20 campaign on Monday, with the Bundesliga champions having the option to make the move permanent for €120 million (£110m/$133m) at the end of the season.
Now it appears the Reds were offered the chance to bring the player back to Anfield, but they didn’t have the finances to complete the deal.

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