Transfer news: Real Madrid seek the return of his player and Lampard is interested in the return of Sancho to his city

Transfer news: Real Madrid seek the return of his player and Lampard is interested in the return of Sancho to his city

Find out about the transfers of Europe's top clubs on Monday 30 December 2019, and what is the latest news for each team in preparation for The Mercato Winter in January 2020

European clubs are preparing to enter the next winter transfer market with all their strength to strengthen their ranks with one goal, which is to crown all possible titles, especially as the competition is at its strongest in a way that did not exist before.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are suffering this season and it seems clear that they need to strengthen the ranks in the winter to fill the gaps and deficits, while Manchester City do not stop working to strengthen his list, which suffers many injuries, while there are clubs like Manchester United and Milan the transfer market is the breathing Their last chance is to escape the specter of failure that haunts them.

Talents appear and talents disappear, stars decide to leave and others prefer to stay, players who are desperate to go to the bench, others decide to fight until the last minute, it is a world of football that does not stop, and with it, the transfer market works in the perfect way that increases the size and excitement of the game more and more.

In this report, we will learn about the upcoming 2020 Winter Transfer Market, which was traded today, December 30, 2019.

Transfer news of today's transitions Monday 30 December 2019:

Real Madrid seek to bring back Martin Odegaard

Real Madrid needs to pay 4 million euros to bring Martin Odegaard back to the club in the summer of 2020, according to press reports for the Spanish newspaper AS.

The Norwegian player is currently on loan to Real Sociedad for two years, and a compensation fee is required to return the player before his loan expires.

Swansea City are the first to be interested in the Liverpool striker

According to reports in The Athletic, Swansea City have opened talks with Liverpool to include striker Rhian Brewster on loan.

The newspaper added that the Reds are ready to loan the 19-year-old in January but are awaiting further offers.

Marcos Rojo approaches Fiorentina

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo can follow Chris Smalling, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sánchez and move to Serie A from Fiorentina, according to the newspaper La Nación.

The 29-year-old has been set as a target for Fiorentina, who is fighting to stay in Serie A.

Former England striker demands West Ham sell Yarmolenko

Former England striker Darren Bent said West Ham should take advantage of Ukrainian international Andriy Yarmolenko by selling him during the next transfer window in January.

"There is a lot of instability in the level of the player, a good level and a bad level, and given the team, at the moment they need a group of players with consistency at the level to complete their career in the Premier League well.

United turn their attention from Håland to Dembélé

According to some sports press reports, Manchester United have turned their attention to French striker Mousa Dembélé, after negotiations with Erling Håland failed significantly.

After the 19-year-old Håland's statement, there are many indications that the Red Bull Salzburg striker is approaching to move to Borussia Dortmund.

Dembele, who has previously played for Celtic and Fulham, has 10 goals from 18 games he has played so far in the French League this season.

Lampard interested in Sancho's return to his city

According to The Telegraph, Chelsea may have the lead in the Jadon Sancho deal as the player is keen to return to The City of London.

It is not believed that Borussia Dortmund is seeking to sell the 19-year-old.

However, Dortmund's handling of Manchester United's attempts to make the player open has opened the door for Frank Lampard to negotiate, especially as the team has considerable spending power after the recent lifting of the ban on Chelsea.

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