Tuesday’s gossip: Richarlison, Sancho, James, Ten Hag, Moscardo, Raphinha, Militao, Davies

13 November 2023 0 By Total Football News

Jadon Sancho

Tottenham and Brazil forward Richarlison, 26, and Manchester United’s English winger Jadon Sancho, 23, are January targets for the Saudi Pro League. (Telegraph – subscription required)

Juventus are also interested in signing Sancho but only on a loan deal and with United paying part of his salary. (Fabrizio Romano)

However, United are not ready to give up on Sancho by allowing him to leave in the January transfer window. (Football Insider)

England right-back Reece James, 23, remains fully committed to Chelsea despite the interest from Manchester City and Real Madrid. (90min)

Manchester United bosses are refusing to meet agents if they believe they are trying to pitch clients to replace Erik ten Hag as manager. (ESPN)

Corinthians’ 18-year-old Brazilian midfielder Gabriel Moscardo, who has attracted interested from Arsenal and Barcelona, says Chelsea were keen to sign him in the summer. (Talksport)

Real Madrid have added Germany midfielder Florian Wirtz, 20, Netherlands defender Jeremie Frimpong, 22, and Nigeria forward Victor Boniface, 22, from Bayern Leverkusen to their transfer shortlist. (Football Transfers)

Barcelona are still open to selling former Leeds United winger Raphinha, 26, next summer, and hope top European clubs will bid for the Brazil forward. (Fichajes – in Spanish)

Real Madrid are ready to extend 25-year-old Brazil defender Eder Militao’s contract until at least 2028. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)

Brighton have brought Republic of Ireland striker Evan Ferguson, 19, in line with other top earners at the club with his new six-year contract. (Football Insider)

Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer says they have no interest in selling Canada left-back Alphonso Davies, 23, amid transfer interest from Real Madrid. (90min)

Croatian and former Marseille manager Igor Tudor, 45, is favourite to replace 59-year-old Frenchman Rudi Garcia as Napoli boss. (Fabrizio Romano)

Naples-born former Italy defender Fabio Cannavaro, 50, is also in the frame to replace Garcia. (Mail)

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