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Transfer rumors: Rüdiger, Mbappe, Vlahovic, Bremer, McKennie

Germany and Chelsea Defense attorney Antonio Rüdiger, 28, says he is not being distracted by rumors linking him to people like Bayern Munich. (Mirrors)external link

With Rüdiger’s contract expiring next summer, Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel is interested in the central defender signing a new contract with rivals Tottenham keen to sign it for free. (To express)external link

real Madrid President Florentino Perez is hopeful Paris Saint-Germain and France striker Kylian Mbappe, 22, will join the club in 2022. (El Debate – in Spanish)external link

Florence says 21-year-old Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic, associated with arsenal and TottenhamHe has not accepted a new contract with the Serie A club. (Evening standard)external link

Liverpool are still interested Turin Defender Bremer, 24, was defeated by Manchester United and Manchester city in the pursuit of the Brazilian. (Transfer market via TEAMtalk)external link

Red Bull Salzburg want between £ 25m and £ 34m for 19 year old German striker Karim Adeyemi, who is a goal for Liverpool and Bayern Munich. (Sky Germany – in German)external link

Juventus are ready to part with the 23 year old American midfielder Weston McKennie who is wanted Tottenham and West Ham. (TEAMtalk)external link

Ajax and Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, 25, is ready to compete Inter Milan as a free agent in 2022. (Fabrizio Romano)external link

Southampton looking for a January deal Fulhams 19-year-old Portuguese striker Fabio Carvalho. (TEAMtalk)external link

Cristiano Ronaldo and Sir Alex Ferguson share the picture

Barcelona remain in talks with former midfielder Xavi, 41, to replace Dutchman Ronald Koeman as coach but an agreement with the Spaniard has not yet been reached. (90min)external link

Bernd Leno, 29, threatens to become Germany’s second goalkeeper, which would mean his departure arsenal more likely in January. (Football.News, via Star)external link

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