Lionel Messi reportedly wants Barcelona to sign Mohamed Salah or Eden Hazard
Lionel Messi reportedly wants to Signal Mohamed Salah or Eden Hazard

Worldwide football might be dominating proceedings but with the winter transfer window off the rumour mill is in full swing across .

Our buddies at Soccer Whispers have hammered the back pages to deliver you the latest gossip from the entire continent.

Spain

expect to make the most of claims by Soccer Leaks that Paris Saint-Germain have busted Financial Fair Play principles to be able to sign . If the Parisians forced to market any of their assets and then are mentioned by FIFA, Barca would seem to pounce. (Diario Gol)

Monaco captain Radamel Falcao has provided himself. The 33-year-old includes a left in his current deal in France however also has made it known he would be open to a switch to the Champions League holders once the winter market opens. (Marca)

Radamel Falcao has been linked with Real Madrid
Radamel Falcao has been linked with Real Madrid

Lionel Messi has named the four players he wants to \sign summer\. They’re Ajax centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, Genoa striker Krzysztof Piatek, Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe and one of Eden Hazard or Mohamed Salah to replace Ousmane Dembele. (Don Balon)

Despite this, insist they don’t have any intention of promoting the French international and have had no offers for Dembele. Dembele has been in and out of Ernesto Valverde’s side since moving from for a first $105million (#93.39m) from summer of 2017 to displace Neymar. (Cadena Ser)

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The response dominates the headlines in to Die Mannschaft’s UEFA Nations League relegation following the 2-0 defeat of France on Friday afternoon\.

Speculation surrounds the future of coach Joachim Low that has witnessed his side later winning the 2014 in 25, relegated four years. However early reports claim as he attempts to steer to the 2020 Championships the 58-year-old’s job is secure. (Sport Bild)

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See highlights as Netherlands overcome France to relegate
See highlights as Netherlands beat France to relegate

utility guy states team-mate Kai Havertz will be great for the Bavarians. Talking after having Mannschaft’s 3-0 friendly win over Russia on Thursday, the full-back-cum-midfielder said:”I cannot buy him, but Kai is currently a participant who would fit in with Bayern.” (Bild)

Italy

The representative of Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj has talked up a reunion\. Mario Giuffredi stated:” in to Hysaj? If you see Napoli are playing (Kevin) Malcuit and looking at other players, clearly it means there are also enquiries.” (Radio CRC)

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Roma striker Patrick Schick does not have any intention of leaving despite being linked with a loan move away and says that he is happy in the funding club. “The rumours of the marketplace are only speculation,” said Schick. “I’ve everything quite clear in mind, I want to remain at Rome, respect the contract and then get on top” (Gazzetta dello Sport)

France

Paris Saint-Germain are eager to sign Ajaxyoung midfielder Frenkie De Jong but may face stiff competition. trainer Thomas Tuchel has made it clear a No.6 is top of his shopping list, saying:”Recruiting a No.6? It ended up being a priority during the previous transfer window and it’s still the case.” (Le10Sport)

Ajax's Frenkie De Jong is reportedly wanted by PSG
Ajax’s Frenkie De Jong is allegedly wanted by

Prince Albert II, the reigning monarch of this principality of Monaco, expects if he is found guilty of a string of offences after the claims created by Football Leaks this 46,, Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev to drift away from the Ligue 1 club. Prince Albert, who is a minority shareholder in Les Monegasques, said:”If ever all this has been shown, I believe he can withdraw from himself.” (L’Equipe)

Croatia

The agent of midfielder Marcelo Brozovic insists the Croatian is at’home’ in Milan and any club wishing to signal his customer is going to have to pay his or her 60million (#53.36m) release clause. “He sees Milan because his home, is near Zagreb, thus there is no reason to emphasise rumours connected to his possible death,” Miroslav Bicanic explained. “If a number of the greatest clubs on the planet are thinking about paying the $60million clause, then they will also have to make the right deal for him.” (Vecernji List)