Latest Gossip: Calvert-Lewin, Andre, Haaland, Jorginho, Caceres Dominate Thursday’s Headlines

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Newcastle United are monitoring Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s situation at Everton as the England striker, 26, is on their list of potential targets for next summer. (TeamTalk)external-link

Fulham have moved ahead of Liverpool and Manchester United in the race to sign Fluminense’s 22-year-old Brazil midfielder Andre, while Wolfsburg’s Denmark striker Jonas Wind, 24, is also among the club’s targets. (Standard)external-link

Manchester United are preparing for another squad clearout in 2024, with more than 10 players set to leave across the winter and summer transfer windows. (MEN)external-link

As many as 15 players could depart United, with England winger Jadon Sancho, 23, expected to be the first to leave next year. (Star)external-link

Manchester City are working to persuade striker Erling Haaland, 23, to sign a new deal, but an agreement with the Norway international is not imminent. (TeamTalk)external-link

Chelsea are keeping tabs on Feyenoord’s Mexico striker Santiago Gimenez, 22, and Real Betis’ Senegal winger Assane Diao, 18, in anticipation of the January transfer window. (FootballTransfers)external-link

Arsenal have decided to sign a new marquee striker in 2024 – but that business could have to wait until the summer window. (Football Insider)external-link

Italy midfielder Jorginho’s contract extension talks with Arsenal are at a standstill, according to the 31-year-old’s agent. (Mail)external-link

Club America and Uruguay defender Sebastian Caceres, 24, has emerged as Tottenham’s priority signing in the January transfer window. (Football.London)external-link

AC Milan are interested in a loan move for Chelsea’s 22-year-old France defender Benoit Badiashile, while the Italian club will also contact Arsenal over the availability of Poland defender Jakub Kiwior, 23. (Calciomercato – in Italian)external-link

Chelsea are open to selling English defender Trevoh Chalobah, 24. (Football.London)external-link

Manchester United could be banned from Europe next season as a result of the expected minority takeover by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, whose Ineos group also owns French club Nice. (Sun)external-link

American investment firm 777 Partners are preparing to re-enter negotiations with Everton over the price of its takeover following the Premier League club’s points deduction. (Football Insider)external-link

The FA has confirmed it is looking into allegations of potentially serious breaches of agent rules in a transfer involving Tottenham, Portsmouth and former England striker Jermain Defoe. (Times – subscription required)external-link

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