Friday, December 29, 2017

Sports: Ronaldo Move From Madrid "Realistic"? Transfer Gossip

-BBC Sport/Football

Cristiano Ronaldo has asked that Real Madrid set their selling price for a potential transfer at a "realistic" total of 100m euros (£89m). The 32-year-old forward is ready for a move away from the club. (Daily Record)
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, 26, has not rejected a contract extension with the Premier League champions, despite claims from his father that he wants to move to Real Madrid(Independent)
Antonio Conte is also preparing to make another bid for Everton midfielder Ross Barkley, 24. (Telegraph)
Manchester United are monitoring Napoli midfielder Jorginho, 26, as a replacement for Michael Carrick. (Manchester Evening News)
West Ham will make a move for Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, 25, as David Moyes attempts to strengthen his midfield. (Mirror)
Manchester City will offer defender Nicolas Otamendi a contract extension. The 29-year-old signed a five-year deal in 2015. (ESPN) 
Pep Guardiola's side are also interested in West Brom captain Jonny Evans. Baggies manager Alan Pardew admitted the club would consider selling Evans to raise funds for a striker. (Mirror)
Inter Milan are considering a move for Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 28. (Sky Sports)
Ligue 1 side Bordeaux have rejected a £31m bid from Tottenham for 20-year-old forward Malcom. (Esporte - in Spanish)
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge does favour a move to Southamptonmove but fears Liverpool will block any deal under £25m. (Mirror)
However Saints could face competition from Stoke, who are keen to add a striker to their squad. (Mail)
Liverpool will sign Schalke playmaker Leon Goretzka, 22, on a free transfer next summer. (Sun via Bild)
Juventus are ready to make a pre-contract agreement with Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, 23. (Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)
West Ham manager David Moyes says that 19-year-old defender Reece Oxford, who has been linked with a move to RB Leipzig, be given a chance to prove himself at the Premier League Club

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