Transfer News: Arteta wants Arsenal to sign Diomande, Chelsea in contact with Joao Palhinha

 Arsenal have been linked with a move for the Sporting CP defender Ousmane Diomande, whose release clause is €80 million. A report by O Jogo via Sport Witness has claimed that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is pushing the Premier League club to sign talented young Ivorian defender Ousmane Diomande, who has an €80 million release clause in his contract with Sporting CP.

Transfer News: Arteta wants Arsenal to sign Diomande, Chelsea in contact with Joao Palhinha

Chelsea in contact with Joao Palhinha

 Chelsea have reportedly been in contact with Fulham star Joao Palhinha's agents who are trying to get the midfielder a big-time move in the January transfer window according to TEAMTalk. 

Despite impressive back-to-back wins over West Ham and Nottingham Forest, Palhinha is still believed to want a move away after his impressive displays almost saw him join Bayern Munich over the summer. That move was thwarted by late paperwork however, meaning that a short move through West London could be on the cards for the 28-year-old midfielder. 

 Liverpool in talks for Carvalho return

 Liverpool are in talks to recall Fabio Carvalho from his season-long loan at RB Leipzig.

 According to the Liverpool ECHO , Liverpool are planning to bring the 21-year-old midfielder back to Anfield in January. He left for Germany in the summer, having made just one start under Jurgen Klopp in 2023. But Carvalho has played just 145 minutes of Bundesliga football this term. 

 Man United transfer budget to be 'slashed' 

 Manchester United are set to have their transfer budget slashed next summer after they were dumped out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich on Tuesday night, despite the fact Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to buy a 25 per cent stake in the club and oversee football operations. The Red Devils have been in dire form this season and have now lost half of their matches since the campaign got underway. United’s failure to at least compete for Europa League silverware means they will miss out on valuable revenue during the first half of 2024. And, according to the Manchester Evening News , the club accept their European elimination will harm their transfer budget next summer.

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