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Transfer the news LIVE! Arsenal want Raphinha and Torres; Chelsea will spend £100m more; Spurs in Porro talks

With Arsenal having officially lost to Chelsea in the signing of Mykhaylo Mudryk, the January transfer window is set to come to life. Mikel Arteta, whose side beat Tottenham on Sunday to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League, is keen on a wide forward and could now turn the spotlight on Barcelona pair Raphinha and Ferran Torres during the remainder of the window.

At Stamford Bridge, meanwhile, the spending isn’t expected to stop. Even with Mudryk out the door, some claim the Todd Boehly-Clearlake Capital scheme is ready to invest another £100million alongside Graham Potter as doubts over Raheem Sterling’s future emerge.

Although Spurs are not believed to be in line for such expenses, Antonio Conte’s side continue to be linked with Sporting right-back Pedro Porro and transfer talks over the Spain international are said to be ongoing. . Follow all the latest news, gossip and rumors below!

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Christopher Nkunku at Chelsea confirmed!

RB Leipzig manager Max Eberl has now CONFIRMED that Chelsea will sign Christopher Nkunku this summer.

The French striker was widely expected to move to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season anyway, but the German club have confirmed it is ‘clear’ the Blues will land another huge signing.

Speaking to BILD, Eberl said: “The signs are very, very clear that he is moving to Chelsea.”

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Crystal Palace launch new bid to sign Conor Gallagher

Despite an excellent loan spell at Crystal Palace last season, Conor Gallagher is struggling for form.

While the midfielder can hardly be blamed for the Blues’ many problems this season, Gallagher barely gets a kick and all the progress he made last season is in danger of being wasted.

According to Caught Offside, however, Palace are ready to offer him a lifeline.

They claim the Eagles will initiate a move to re-sign Gallagher by the end of the month.

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Scott McTominay will stay at Manchester United

Casemiro’s arrival at Manchester United saw Scott McTominay fall somewhat in the pecking order.

So much so, in fact, that the Scotland international has been linked with a move to Newcastle.

Yet, according to Fabrizio Romano, United are unlikely to allow him to leave at this stage as Erik ten Hag prepares a shock title challenge.

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Arsenal have offered Tottenham target Leandro Trossard

Leandro Trossard has made it clear he would like to leave Brighton this month following a public falling out with manager Roberto De Zerbi.

The Belgian was ruled out of his huge win over Liverpool over the weekend and his agent hit out at the Seagulls chief.

One of the Premier League’s in-form players ahead of the World Cup, the striker is of interest to Tottenham.

Still, according to the Independent, Trossard has been offered to Arsenal as they prepare moves for signings in the attacking areas.

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Raheem Sterling leaving Chelsea?

It would be fair to say that Raheem Sterling hasn’t proved to be a runaway success at Chelsea this season.

Whether that is entirely up to him is of course up for debate, but the England international is certainly part of a wider malaise.

So much so that, according to Football Insider, the Blues could already be ready to accept an offer for Sterling.

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Tottenham to hold Pedro Porro transfer talks

Tottenham will meet Sporting Lisbon this week in an attempt to strike a deal for Pedro Porro.

The Portuguese club continue to insist they will only sell if the €45m release clause is fully paid, but Ben Jacobs reports Spurs still want to see if they can get the full-back at a cheaper price.

Porro is said to be keen on the move and Tottenham remain hopeful of not having to pay the full amount.

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Chelsea to spend £100m more after signing Mudryk

With Mykhaylo Mudryk now out the door, you could be forgiven for thinking Chelsea are ready to slow down a bit.

Having spent almost £400million since May’s takeover, it’s hard to see how the Blues will fit in new signings.

Yet, according to Football Insider, the Boehly-Clearlake Capital scheme is ready to spend an extra £100m during the remainder of this month’s transfer window.

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Arsenal want Raphinha AND Ferran Torres

After losing their main objective, Arsenal seem to be struggling.

It’s pretty clear that Mikel Arteta is determined to bring a wide forward into his ranks by the end of the season and attentions have reportedly turned to Barcelona.

Raphinha is a target but, according to 90 Min, the Gunners also want to sign Ferran Torres.

The former Manchester City striker could also arrive as part of a massive double-hit.

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Arteta provides transfer update

Mikel Arteta has confirmed that the club are still looking to be active in the transfer market.

The Gunners have missed out on Mudryk and are now turning their attention elsewhere as they look to strengthen in forward areas.

“The window is open, we will try to improve the team,” Arteta told Sky Sports after Arsenal’s win over Tottenham.

“There are always a few parties involved. The club is voluntary, they have my support, I have their support and we will try to do this together.

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Spurs set for Porro talks

Tottenham will meet Sporting Lisbon this week in an attempt to strike a deal for Pedro Porro.

The Portuguese club continue to insist they will only sell if the €45m release clause is fully paid, but Ben Jacobs reports Spurs still want to see if they can get the full-back at a cheaper price.

Porro is said to be keen on the move and Tottenham remain hopeful of not having to pay the full amount.

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