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Varane decides Man Utd future; Arsenal set Ramsdale price tag

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Raphael Varane is determined to stay and fight for his place at Manchester United, despite dropping down Erik ten Hag’s pecking order and being consistently linked with a move away ahead of the January transfer window. (Manchester Evening News)

Milan’s contract talks with goalkeeper Mike Maignan have slowed in recent months, with Chelsea, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and PSG all monitoring his situation in case he becomes available. (Foot Mercato)

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has vetoed the club’s pursuit of highly-rated Granada winger Bryan Zaragoza. (Defensa Central)

Barcelona‘s hopes of signing Giovani Lo Celso are fading as Tottenham would be reluctant to let him leave on loan and the midfielder would have to try and force an exit if a January move is to go through. (SPORT)

Liverpool lead Juventus in the race to sign Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram as the Serie A giants are struggling to come up with an acceptable financial package. (Corriere Torino)

Instead, Juventus may look to sign Kalvin Phillips on loan from Manchester City. (Metro)

Former Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is open to joining Newcastle on a free transfer. The Magpies are weighing up their options after Nick Pope sustained a serious shoulder injury. (Daily Telegraph)

David De Gea

Could De Gea return to the Premier League? / Will Palmer/Allstar/GettyImages

Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has also been considered by Newcastle, but they have been put off by the Gunners’ £50m valuation of the England international. (talkSPORT)

Mikel Arteta has publicly insisted he wants to keep Ramsdale at Arsenal despite speculation over his uncertain future. (Evening Standard)

A player Arsenal may be willing to part ways with is Eddie Nketiah as they look to cobble together funds to sign a new forward. (Football Transfers)

Barcelona will consider selling La Masia graduate Alejandro Balde if his form does not improve over the next few months, with the left-back the subject of interest from several Premier League sides. (SPORT)

Meanwhile, PSG are set to beat Barcelona to the signing of Corinthians’ 18-year-old midfielder Gabriel Moscardo. (SPORT)

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