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Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea eye two signings, £119m Man Utd move, Liverpool deal...

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Friday, December 6th

  • Manchester United are willing to pay 119 million pounds for Jadon Sancho
  • Chelsea are interested in signing a left back and a striker
  • LiverpoolXherdan Shaqiri's doesn't want to leave
  • Everton is also looking for a new manager after firing Marco Silva

Chelsea in conversations in Dembele

Chelsea are talking to Barcelona star agent Ousmane Dembele and may make a decision after reducing FIFA's ban on transfers.

Italian journalist Nicolo Schira said on Twitter: “#Chelsea is interested in Ousmane # Dembelè. Last week, your agent talked to Marina Granovskaia.

Dembele is not a guaranteed holder in Barça, who has a variety of attack options.

He cost 135.5 million pounds when he joined Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2017.

And Chelsea may offer him more matches at Stamford Bridge, with his offside behavior also being questioned in Catalonia.

Watford Names Nigel Pearson

Nigel Pearson, former manager of Leicester, officially took over as Watford's manager.

He replaces Quique Sanchez Flores, fired for the second time by Hornets last week, with the club also firing Javi Gracia in September.

Pearson, who takes office by the end of the season, will not take charge of Crystal Palace tomorrow, with Hayden Mullins' confidence as coach.

Watford President and CEO Scott Duxbury said: “Nigel is an impressive coach and brings all the experience and success we believe can have a very positive impact on our season.

"It was a pleasure to spend time listening to the passion with which he talks about the game.

"Your enthusiasm, organization and motivation will certainly be essential to propel the team forward and upward in the coming weeks and months.

"Tomorrow is the perfect opportunity for Nigel to be officially introduced to our fans as Hayden leads the team in their quest for three very important points."

LIVE Transfer News: Chelsea are eyeing two signings, £ 119 million Man Utd play and deal with Liverpool dropped (Image: GETTY)

Tottenham decides plans for January

Tottenham will not give Jose Mourinho large funds in January, according to the Evening Standard.

The Portuguese spent a lot on his previous clubs, but will not oversee radical changes in the Spurs team in the winter window.

It is alleged that Mourinho accepted this mandate when he took office last month.

He has publicly ruled out the chances of a January move to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, apparently linked to Milan, and Bruno Fernandes.

One deal the Spurs could make, however, is to make Giovani Lo Celso's loan permanent.

They can hire the player for 32 million euros in January instead of spending 40 million euros in the summer.

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Everton manager latest

Duncan Ferguson insists it is unrealistic that he is seeking permanent employment at Everton.

Marco Silva was fired yesterday, with Toffees losing nine of their 15 Premier League games this year.

Club legend Ferguson will take over temporarily, with his first match against Chelsea at Goodison Park tomorrow (12:30 pm).

But when he got the position full time, he said, "I think the club will find a really top-notch manager.

"It's my dream to be Everton's manager, but let's be realistic. That's my only mission is to get a result tomorrow."

"This is a fantastic club. Who wouldn't want to be Everton manager? I'm sure there will be many, many elite leaders for this position."

"We have a lot of time in the league, a lot of games ahead. There are not a lot of points in the middle of the table, so if we can get some results, I'm sure we can start climbing the table."

Lampard's £ 150 million budget

Frank Lampard could earn up to £ 150 million to strengthen his team in the January transfer market.

This is in accordance with the Telegraph.

The Blues have been scouring Europe extensively with a close home player, Ben Chilwell of Leicester, topping the list.

Nathan Ake is also a target as Chelsea plan to bring the Bournemouth defender back to Stamford Bridge.

It is claimed that they have a repurchase clause of around £ 39m.

Chelsea have suffered 21 times in 15 Premier League games this season – four more than third-placed Manchester City, 12 more than second-placed Leicester and seven more than top Liverpool.

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Mourinho at Chelsea

Jose Mourinho is convinced that canceling Chelsea's transfer will do nothing to help his ambitions to finish in the top four.

Nine points separate the two London clubs, with Chelsea now able to spend in January to increase their chances of qualifying in the Champions League.

The former Blues boss said, "I'm not worried about that. First, I'm not looking away from Chelsea.

“Between us and Chelsea (there are still) two or three teams, so we can't look so tall and so far away.

“Second – even with the ban on transfers suspended, it's not easy to get better players than them. They have very good players.

"Even with the ban and a hypothetical budget of several million, I'm not sure if they will get much better players than them."

James Milner to Leeds?

Liverpool's James Milner is not opposed to returning to Leeds at the end of the season when his contract with Anfield ends but says he is not talking to the whites yet.

The 33-year-old started his career at Elland Road and made 54 appearances in two seasons at the Premier League club.

"I'm open to anything," Milner told The Sportsman, adding that he would be interested in "going abroad and trying out a new league, a new style of football, a new lifestyle as well."

Asked specifically about a return to Leeds, he added: “Well, yes, I'm a boy from Leeds and I want the team to do well, I'm a fan.

“I always follow the team and the results. Therefore, you can never say "no" or even "yes" because there are so many changes in football that you never know what happens.

"At the moment I am a Champions League winner with Liverpool and this year we are really going into the Premier League, but I don't know what the future holds.

"It would be amazing to play for Leeds again, but no one from the club contacted me about that."

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Chelsea Transfer Statement

Chelsea criticized FIFA after the two-window transfer ban was reduced to a single window today.

Blues said in a statement: "The approach taken by FIFA in this case has been deeply unsatisfactory as FIFA has chosen to treat Chelsea in a totally different way from Manchester City for reasons that make absolutely no sense for Chelsea."

"FIFA accused Chelsea of ​​violating Article 19 of FIFA's 27-player regulations covering the period from 2009. Of those, 16 players were registered by Chelsea in exactly the same way as other Premier League clubs at the time. .

"In addition, Chelsea asked the Premier League for clarification in 2009 about the need to request permission to register players in this category.

"The FA contacted FIFA later and it was confirmed to Chelsea that players in this category had the right to register and that no special request was required (and in fact there was no special application process).

"Consequently, the fact that FIFA has brought charges against Chelsea for this category of players has been perverse. We appreciate that this appears to have been corrected by CAS."

The London club added: "Chelsea respects the importance of FIFA's work on the protection of minors and has fully cooperated with FIFA throughout the investigation.

"However, if FIFA continues to impose inconsistent and unequal sanctions on clubs, this will not only undermine the very purpose of the regulations, but also cast doubt on FIFA's confidence to properly regulate this important area."

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United sets Sancho rate

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward is willing to pay $ 119 million to hire Jadon Sancho at the January transfer window, Goal says.

United wanted to sign with Sancho over the summer, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer informing Woodward that the Dortmund star was their main transfer target.

Finally, Red Devils never made a serious move to sign with the England international after failing to secure the Champions League qualification.

But Goal says Premier League giants are willing to pay £ 119 million to secure Borussia Dortmund's signing next year.

That fee would make him United's most expensive signing of all time, beating the average of 89 million pounds Paul Pogba.

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Liverpool exit ruled out

Xherdan Shaqiri does not want to leave Liverpool in January despite his role in the Reds for the past 12 months.

Rumors swirled around the future of the Swiss international at the club as a result of his sporadic minutes in 2019.

But Shaqiri – on the scoreboard in Wednesday's 5-2 Merseyside derby win over Everton – told The Athletic: "I'm very happy here.

“I think everyone can see it with the way I played. I have a long contract (until June 2023) and I'm focused only on Liverpool.

"It was a difficult time for me, but I am excited about the future.

“Why would I want to leave Liverpool? This is a special team and there is a lot to achieve here. "

Chelsea sees signings in January

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard has plans to strengthen the left back and in the third third was claimed.

The Blues can now hire players in January, after the Sport Arbitration Tribunal has reduced …

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