Manchester United ‘target Boubacar Kamara’ after Marseille contract talks blocked
What the newspapers say
Boubacar Kamara could leave France for Old Trafford, according to L’Equipe. The 22-year-old is stuck at an impasse with his Marseille club over a new contract. Manchester United could agree on a pre-contract with the defensive midfielder from January 1 if their troubles with Marseille persist
The Telegraph and The Times report that Newcastle â ?? target Tottenham and Wales center-back Joe rodon – already closely watched by Brighton, Watford and Leeds â ?? – as part of an effort to strengthen their defense. The Telegraph writes to the director of Magpies Eddie howe also reported Atletico Madrid full-back Kieran Trippier and Burnley center-back James tarkowski as possibilities, although the newspaper downplayed the chances of them moving.
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– PKO BP Ekstraklasa (@_Ekstraklasa_) 12 December 2021
L’Express say Liverpool will face nearly 20 rivals for signing of talented Polish player Kacper Kozlowski. The 18-year-old is bought by his club Pogon Szczecin for some £ 7million, with the Express reporting that the Reds have offered £ 10million to the midfielder dubbed the ‘next Kevin de Bruyne’.
Scottish rivalry emerges in battle against Icelandic winger Albert Gudmundsson, according to the Telegraph. Celtic and Rangers face off for the 24-year-old, whose current contract at AZ Alkmaar in Holland expires in six months.
Overview of social networks
Arsenal will NOT sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January https://t.co/G9o2yxyALs
– Le Soleil Football (@TheSunFootball) 23 December 2021
– talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) 23 December 2021
Players to watch
Kieran Trippier: The Atletico Madrid defender is not only being chased by Newcastle, but also by Manchester United and Tottenham, according to 90min.
Jonathan David: The Canadian striker’s agent has confirmed he will leave Lille next year after ties to Arsenal and West Ham were reported, according to Radio Canada.
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