Football transfer rumours: RB Leipzig enter Sancho race; Liverpool to rival Juventus for Phillips

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

RB Leipzig would like to sign Jadon Sancho from Manchester United, but his large wage packet could complicate their plans to complete a deal. (BILD)

Barcelona club president Joan Laporta has played down suggestions they could re-sign Lionel Messi on a one-match loan to give him a fitting send-off. (MARCA)

Arsenal and Chelsea have been watching the rapid rise of Sporting CP striker Viktor Gyokeres, who only joined the Portuguese side from Coventry over the summer. The London duo are also monitoring centre-back Ousmane Diomande. (O Jogo)

Another striker on Arsenal‘s radar is Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke, who has established himself as a solid Premier League forward over the last couple of seasons. (Daily Star)

Manchester City are exploring a move for Joshua Kimmich after he fell out with Bayern Munich head coach Thomas Tuchel. (FootballTransfers)

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Could Kimmich leave Bayern? / Richard Sellers/Allstar/GettyImages

Real Madrid are being tipped to sign Mauro Icardi in a short-term bid to solve their striker woes following Galatasaray’s elimination from the Champions League. (Radio MARCA)

Borussia Dortmund would like to sign Sergio Reguilon in January. The left-back is currently on loan at Manchester United from Tottenham, but there is a break clause in the deal. (BILD)

Liverpool are looking to sign Kalvin Phillips from Manchester City in January, with Newcastle and Juventus also pursuing a deal. (Corriere dello Sport)

As such, Liverpool have cooled their interest in Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha, with Bayern Munich also deeming the Portugal international too expensive at this stage. (Sky Sports Germany)

Aston Villa, Brighton and Tottenham have made enquiries to Juventus regarding English winger Samuel Iling-Junior. (Tuttomercatoweb)


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