Real seeks ‘galactico’ coup Mbappè or Haaland, Dragusin abroad

Vlahovic will remain at Juventus and Felipe Anderson at Lazio until June

The January winter transfer market is heating up, perhaps even sooner than expected. There have been many negotiations and suggestions in all roles, in Italy and abroad. The most suggestive one on a global level is the future of Kylian Mbappé. After a quiet period, with reassurances about his staying at PSG, the rumors started to circulate again, always with Real Madrid in the background, but they range from a refusal to the merengues to an agreement reached. According to Rmc Sport, which cites the Frenchman’s entourage, there would be no agreement between Mbappé and Real Madrid. Nor with another club because the French media explain that the striker has not made any decision on his future starting from June 30, the date on which his contract with PSG will expire with the managers of the Parisian club who continue to try to convince him to renew. At the moment there are three possible options on the table: renew with PSG, join Real Madrid or try for the Premier League. According to The Times, the 25-year-old has decided to move to Liverpool. But Los Blancos would like to inaugurate the new Bernabeu with a great coup, in ‘galactico’ style and in addition to PSG’s number 7 there is City’s dream Erling Haaland.

The most sought after player at the moment in Italy is Genoa defender Radu Dragusin, followed by Bayern Munich, Napoli and Tottenham. De Laurentiis’ club intends to put 20 million euros on the table plus Ostigard’s cards and Zanoli’s loan, but they may not be enough for the Romanian defender. In fact, Tottenham would have liked the player but not yet Genoa who are asking for 30-35 million euros for the price tag and Spurs are currently at 25. Bayern Munich would also like to enter the race, as they are looking for a new central defender . Eric Dier, from Tottenham, would also be in the notebook for the Bavarians, but the operation has not yet been closed.

Among the players who will not move, certainly until June, are Dusan Vlahovic of Juventus and Felipe Anderson of Lazio. The Juventus striker gave away the three points with a goal in the 91st minute against Salernitana and then made his intention to stay clear with clear gestures. Felipe Anderson will also remain in the biancoceleste. Lotito’s club has decided not to sell the player, despite the contract expiring on 30 June. Sarri is, in fact, intent on using the Brazilian also as a false nine. In June the attacker could head to Turin, Juventus side, who have already made contact with the player’s entourage.

Milan, meanwhile, is working to buy Alex Jimenez from Real Madrid. The agreement with Real Madrid includes a figure of 5 million to buy out the player. Juventus and Inter are also moving among the big Italian teams, with a challenge to Lille’s Tiago Djaló. Roma are also still moving on the market after the arrival of Huijsen on loan from Juventus, Tiago Pinto has identified Clagar Soyuncu, who is leaving Atletico Madrid, as the latest reinforcement for the defence. Then there is the danger of losing Paulo Dybala. In fact, Chelsea would have put him in their sights and could come forward for the 12 million clause in the next few days, but the Argentine will have the final say.