Transfer rumors report: Newcastle and Everton

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There have been a series of interesting transfer rumors going about. First of which is a possible transfer of Real Sociedad’s Alexander Isak to Newcastle United.

The Swedish striker was linked to a move to Arsenal in January. However, the rumors fizzled when news about a €90m (£75.8m) release clause in his contract came out.

Isak has a contract until 2026. While he scored only six goals and two assists in thirty-two games, Newcastle among other parties is interested in bringing him in. However, a £40m offer was reportedly rebuffed last month.

Real Sociedad has since then softened its stance. They are supposedly willing to consider offers at around £50m.

Another team interested in beefing up its attack is Everton. Their only goal so far was an own goal from Aston Villa’s Lucas Digne. The loss of Richarlison to Spurs and Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s injury issues have caused Frank Lampard’s side many problems.

Strasbourg’s Ludovic Ajorque has links with a move to Goodison Park. Everton is reportedly making progress in negotiations. They also seem confident in securing the signing of Wolves attacker Morgan Gibbs-White. This is despite interest from Nottingham Forest and Bruno Lage wanting to keep the Englishman at Molineux.

Transfer Rumors: Liverpool

In the case of Liverpool, 21-year-old Flamengo midfielder Joao Gomes has announced his desire to play for The Reds one day.

In an Instagram question-and-answer session, he revealed his dream was to wear the red shirt of Liverpool and play in the Champions League.

“Liverpool is a team I’d play for. I have the greatest desire to play. Playing in the Champions League is my biggest dream and that of my family, my biggest dream in football,”

The likes of Curtis Jones, Thiago Alcantara, and Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain are all out with injuries. Despite this, Liverpool is likely not to sign any more players this window.

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