Football transfer rumours: Liverpool’s Musiala plan; Newcastle eye Tonali replacement

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Liverpool have been alerted to Jamal Musiala‘s possible availability, with the Germany star frustrated with not earning more regular starts under Thomas Tuchel. (Football Insider)

Newcastle are considering a move for Dani Ceballos as cover for Sandro Tonali, who could receive a ban from football imminently over betting breaches, and are weighing up a £17.4m bid for the Spaniard. (Fichajes)

Manchester United will attempt to negotiate a January transfer window exit for outcast winger Jadon Sancho, whose relationship with manager Erik ten Hag is now ‘beyond repair’. (Mirror)

Ten Hag’s job at Old Trafford could be under threat with the new owners-in-waiting keen on former Chelsea boss Graham Potter if they decide to axe the Dutchman. (Sun)

Manchester City have revived their interest in Atalanta defender Giorgio Scalvini, who was a target for Pep Guardiola before Josko Gvardiol arrived at the Etihad. (Calciomercato)

Giorgio Scalvini, Jude Bellingham, Phil FodenGiorgio Scalvini, Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden

Man City are keen on Scalvini / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages

Mauricio Pochettino has been handed ‘total transfer control’ by Todd Boehly at Chelsea and Trevoh Chalobah is next in line to be culled from the Blues squad, with the 24-year-old not a major part of Pochettino’s plans. (Mirror)

Man City remain interested in a deal for Lucas Paqueta but any transfer won’t materialise until the FA’s investigation into betting patterns is finished. (FootballTransfers)

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is wanted by Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq and is expected to be offered a typically lucrative deal soon. (Sun)

Premier League scouts watched French right-back Sacha Boey in action for Galatasaray on Saturday. Arsenal have been tracking him over the summer. (Fotospor)

Carlos Soler could be sold by Paris Saint-Germain only a year after arriving, with Aston Villa and Brighton monitoring the situation. (Le Parisien)


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