Transfer News Today: Chelsea to LOAN Mudryk, Man Utd eye WONDERKID, Ramsdale's Arsenal EXIT

Tom Weber
Tom Weber
  • Updated: 22 Sept 2023 07:03 BST
  • 8 min read
Mykhailo Mudryk, Chelsea
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With the new football season well underway, clubs in Europe and all around the world are planning for the January and summer transfer windows in hopes of strengthening their sides or unearthing the next gem.

Though there are still more than three months to go until clubs can officially do business again, rumours and reports continue to abound. FootballTransfers has collected all the important transfer news in one handy place to keep you up to speed with what is happening in the world of transfers.

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Arsenal Transfer News

* Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has been urged to look for a January exit after being dropped for David Raya. (talkSPORT)

* No talks regarding a potential departure have thus far taken place, however. (90min)

* Girona attacker Savio has revealed that he was coveted by Arsenal last year. (Sport)

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Man Utd Transfer News

* Borussia Dortmund are currently not considering making a move to re-sign Jadon Sancho. (Sport Bild)

* The 'only way' to resolve the Sancho situation is for the 23-year-old to apologise to Erik ten Hag. (Fabrizio Romano)

* Raphael Varane, Sofyan Amrabat and Mason Mount could make their return from injury against Burnley. (MEN)

* United are preparing a bid for Santos star Marcos Leonardo. (Fichajes)

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Chelsea Transfer News

* Chelsea are preparing a €60m offer for Dusan Vlahovic. (Fichajes)

* Blues loanee Romelu Lukaku has been dropped by his agency Roc Nation Sports. (Telegraph)

* Clearlake co-founder Jose Feliciano has announced that Chelsea want to cut their operating expenses "by over $100m (€92m) per year." (Daily Mail)

* Chelsea did not sign Joao Felix permanently because Atletico Madrid's asking price was too steep. (Fabrizio Romano)

* As of right now, the expectation is that Trevoh Chalobah will '100 per cent' leave Chelsea in January. (Fabrizio Romano)

* Chelsea could send struggling Mykhailo Mudryk out on loan with 'several' clubs interested. (Fichajes)

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Liverpool Transfer News

* Liverpool and Real Madrid are set to fight over AC Milan attacker Rafael Leao next summer. (Fichajes)

Man City Transfer News

* Man City target Eberechi Eze and Crystal Palace have begun talks over a new contract. (TBG, The Athletic, Fabrizio Romano)

* Savio, who is currently playing for CFG-owned Girona on loan from CFG-owned Troyes, has admitted that he wants to play for Man City. (Sport)

* 17-year-old West Ham starlet Divine Mukasa is set to join City. (Fabrizio Romano)

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Barcelona Transfer News

* Joao Felix has confirmed that he took a pay cut to join Barcelona. (Mundo Deportivo)

* Sergi Darder has revealed that he turned down an approach from Barcelona in the summer out of respect for his then-club Espanyol. (Catalunya Radio)

* Barcelona are interested in Girona attacker Savio. (Gol via Sport)

* Head coach Xavi has put pen to paper on a new contract until 2025. (ESPN)

Real Madrid Transfer News

* Real Madrid and Liverpool are set to fight over AC Milan attacker Rafael Leao next summer. (Fichajes)

* Andriy Lunin is sick of sitting on the bench and has demanded to leave Real in January. (Fichajes)

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PSG Transfer News

* Borussia Dortmund were among the clubs trying to loan Xavi Simons but the deal collapsed when the German club demanded to include a purchase option in the deal. (BILD)

Bayern Transfer News

* Tottenham only have an option of first refusal if a Premier League club makes an offer for Harry Kane, not a traditional buy-back clause as Daniel Levy claimed. (Daily Mail)

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