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[07/10/2018] Latest Europe transfer news

1. Manchester United have told Paul Pogba he will not be sold in the January window.

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The France international midfielder wants to leave and join Barcelona after they expressed interest in the summer.

Pogba, who cost a club record £89million from Juventus in 2016, has fallen out with under-pressure Jose Mourinho but wants to leave regardless of the United coach keeping his job.

Pogba's agent Mino Raiola was planning to speak to United next month about the prospect of a sale, however, talking to Italian radio, Raiola said: 'I prefer not to talk about [Pogba]. It's a very delicate moment and we all know that, but Manchester United have been very clear with everybody: Pogba is not on the market.'

Pogba is not the only United player considering a future away. Club captain Antonio Valencia, who was dropped for Saturday's clash with Newcastle United, will consider his options in January while midfielders Ander Herrera, Andreas Pereira and Juan Mata are also unhappy.

2. Jadon Sancho signs new Borussia Dortmund contract

England Under-19 winger Jadon Sancho has signed a new Borussia Dortmund contract extension until 2022.

The 18-year-old joined Dortmund from Manchester City last summer, and went on to make 12 Bundesliga appearances last season - scoring once and recording four assists.

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A bright start to the 2018-19 season, which sees Sancho top the assists table with five after six league games, has led to a new four-year extension at the club.

"I am very glad that I decided to move to Dortmund just over a year ago, because everything turned out to be true: this city lives football like no other, and at BVB young players are given playing time," Sancho told the club's website.

3. Alisson: Leaving Roma for Liverpool made me cry

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has revealed he was reduced to tears when he made the decision to leave Roma in the summer.

The 26-year-old became the world's most expensive keeper when he moved to Anfield in July for £67m and has since established himself as Jurgen Klopp's first-choice following Loris Karius' high-profile mistakes in the Champions League final.

But speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Alisson admitted it was a wrench to sever ties with Roma after making 37 appearances for the Serie A club.
"Leaving Rome was difficult," he said. "I cried for a long time, along with my wife.

"It is right, to be honest. I have made a professional choice, a step forward for my career and Roma have earned a large sum.

"With my mind I decided to go to Liverpool, but my heart was still full of tears.

"I spent two special years in Rome, my daughter was born there, I have many friends there even out of football.

"So many times I went for a walk around the city: The Trevi fountain, in the dark, is so beautiful it moves you. But my favourite place is the Colosseum, there you breathe history."

Alisson has been widely praised for his performances for Liverpool this season apart from his costly mistake at Leicester which he said made him "angry".

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