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[2018.12.15] Latest football transfer news (part 1)

1. Juve's plan for Chiesa-Pjaca swap hits snag

Fiorentina are not interested in how to deposit at w88 signing on-loan Juventus striker Marko Pjaca on a permanent basis, according to Calciomercato.

The Viola have an option to make Pjaca's loan permanent for a €20 million (18m/$23m) fee, but the Croatian hasn't proven he's worth that outlay.

Juve were hoping they could use Pjaca as a makeweight in a deal for Fiorentina star Federico Chiesa, but that option appears to be off the table.

2. Sarachan in talks with North Carolina FC

Former U.S. national team manager Dave Sarachan is in talks with North Carolina FC over their head coaching position, reports The Washington Post.

Sarachan served as the USMNT interim boss for more than a year, with his time in charge ending earlier this month with the appointment of Gregg Berhalter as manager.

The 64-year-old told the Post there was mutual interest between himself and the second-division side.

3. Flamengo in talks to sign Gabigol

Flamengo have opened talks with Gabriel Barbosa's representatives over a possible move, according to ESPN Brazil.

The striker has returned to form with Santos while on loan from Inter, where he struggled to impose himself.

Barbosa's form has led to interest from other European sides, and Flamengo know that landing the 22-year-old would likely be expensive.

4. Clyne wanted by Warnock at Cardiff

Nathaniel Clyne is wanted by Cardiff, but Neil Warnock is unsure if Liverpool will agree to part with the England international defender.

The 27-year-old full-back has endured another injury-ravaged campaign at Anfield, severely restricting how to register at m88 his competitive game time.

A return to fitness has been made of late and Warnock admits he would be willing to offer a player short on minutes the chance to play his way back to full match sharpness.

5. Chelsea target Wilson will not be sold

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has warned off any potential admirers of Callum Wilson, by stating he will not be sold when the transfer market opens again next month.

The striker has enjoyed a prolific season, with only three players (Mohamed Salah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane) netting more league goals than the Bournemouth man in 2018-19.

The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to a host of other clubs, including Chelsea, but Howe again moved to squash speculation on that front.

6. Klopp not expecting January signings

Jurgen Klopp admits Liverpool are unlikely to bring in any new recruits in January unless circumstances change in the coming weeks.

The Reds boss revealed at his Friday news conference how he previously had no plans to be active in the next window, only to then see defenders Joe Gomez and Joel Matip pick up injuries.

While the duo are not expected to be sidelined for too long, the sudden absence of two first-team squad members has highlighted the need to be flexible in terms of transfer plans.

7. Pochettino not expecting new Tottenham signings in January

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that he is not expecting much movement from Tottenham in the upcoming transfer window.

Spurs were inactive over the w88 deposit summer in the transfer market, failing to bring in a single new face, though they are third in the table despite that.

Despite competing on multiple fronts in the new year, the Argentine manager believes that his side should not enter the market unless it is for the right man.
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