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Transfer News: Done Deals, Chelsea To Make Three More Signings After Mudryk, Bellingham Receives Verbal Offer From Real Madrid

After finalizing Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar, Chelsea are reportedly ready to make three more signings spending more than £100 million in January according to Football Insider. The Blues will now shift their focus toward Noni Madueke, Moises Caicedo and Enzo Fernandez and will try and rope them in.

Bellingham Receives Verbal Offer From Real Madrid

Real Madrid are stepping up their pursuit of English midfielder Jude Bellingham and are working on reaching an agreement on personal terms with the Dortmund man according to the Express. Bellingham is hot property after a string of impressive displays for both club and country and has been heavily linked with Premier League clubs Liverpool and Chelsea. He could still stay at Dortmund, however.

Spurs chasing wantaway Trossard

Tottenham could follow up an initial enquiry for Brighton winger Leandro Trossard this week as doubts over his future at the Amex Stadium continue to grow, reports the Daily Telegraph. Trossard has asked to leave the club and was left out of the Seagulls’ 3-0 win over Liverpool on Saturday.

Fiorentina won’t sell stars

Fiorentina CEO Joe Barone has confirmed that the club has no intention of letting star players Sofyan Amrabat and Nico Gonzalez go. Gonzalez was reportedly subject to a €30 million offer from struggling Premier League side Leicester whereas Amrabat has attracted interest from numerous clubs following an impressive World Cup campaign.

Arthur Okonkwo has been recalled from his loan at Crewe Alexandra and has joined SK Sturm Graz on loan for the remainder of the season. The 21-year-old goalkeeper has already made 26 appearances in all competitions for Crewe Alexandra this season and will now spend the second half of the campaign playing in the Austrian Bundesliga.

OFFICIAL: Kyle Duncan returns to New York Red Bulls on loan from Belgian club

The New York Red Bulls have re-signed defender Kyle Duncan on a season-long loan from KV Oostende with a purchase option. The 25-year-old right-back joined Oostende last January on a free transfer and made seven league appearances for the Belgian First Division A side before a loan move back to the Red Bulls in August.



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