Citing a report from Italian newspaper Libero, MilanNews24.com has Bayern Munich back among the teams looking to bring in Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen. Per the story, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid...and Bayern Munich are all eager to bring in the out-of-favor Dane.
In a story that we’ve all heard before, Eriksen has found his way — (here it comes) — into Antonio Conte’s doghouse...aka “The Ivan Perisic Memorial Flat.” While the Bayern Munich treble-winner seems to have won Conte back over, Eriksen seems to be firmly entrenched there.
In a normal season, a move for Eriksen probably would not make any sense, but 2020 — and probably 2021 at this rate — is far from normal.
Per Sport Bild (as captured by @LastWordOnSpurs), Tottenham Hotspur fancies themselves some Marcel Sabitzer. The RB Leipzig midfielder is extremely underrated, but looks to be gaining some much-deserved recognition of late:
[@SPORTBILD] | Tottenham Hotspur are now at the front of the queue for Marcel Sabitzer’s signature and ‘want’ to sign the midfielder ‘above everyone’.— Last Word On Spurs (@LastWordOnSpurs) November 11, 2020
Sabitzer would like a move to the Premier League, a division which he finds ‘exciting’.#THFC #COYSpic.twitter.com/MB9IdFYn44
With all of these Austrians drawing a crowd on the transfer market, I am anxiously awaiting the Martin Hinteregger-to-Manchester United rumors. #HintiArmy
Last March, Real Madrid striker and former Eintracht Frankfurt star Luka Jovic got himself into some hot water legally when he visited Serbia at a time when there was a travel restriction. Per Foot Mercato, Jovic avoided a potential one to 12-year prison sentence by agreeing to pay a €30,000 fine.
Despite a seemingly imminent move to RB Leipzig, AC Milan is not giving up that it can bring in RB Salzburg star Dominik Szoboszlai:
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan are keeping on pursuing Hungarian international midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai (20). A 25 million euro exit clause is set upon the 2000-born playmaker, whom Red Bull Salzburg might however end up handing out to main-branch side of their, RB Leipzig.
Perhaps this is a case where the Bayern Munich fans that wanted Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe shouldn’t lament “the one that got away.” How would the 25-year-old handle the depth at wing in Bavaria?
Nicolas Pepe just wants to play pic.twitter.com/Bwgqo5Xrax— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 11, 2020
He’s been training his whole life for this moment:
Journalist Fabrizio Romano — aka Christian Falk’s tag team partner in the Flex Transfer Federation — gave some insight to Paris Saint-Germain’s squad planning as it pertains to stars lie Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel DiMaria, and Moise Kean:
PSG director Leonardo: “We don’t have an option to buy for Moise Kean, unfortunately. He’s here on dry loan from Everton. Kean is a great striker also for the future, but loan deals in UK are bit different - buy option is not included in our deal with #EFC”. #transfers— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) November 10, 2020