Euro papers: Christian Eriksen hopes Real Madrid renew interest in him in January

The season might be a couple weeks clubs around Europe are currently plotting for the January transfer window.
We asked our friends to round up all of the news and gossip .
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen hopes Real Madrid rekindle their reported interest in him in January. The Dane has stated his desire to set off on a new challenge. (Marca)
Spain’s national team trainer Roberto Moreno has verified the Spanish FA are making an attempt to nationalise Barcelona prodigy Ansu Fati. The 16-year-old, who was born in Guinea Bissau, scored his second and became the youngest ever scorer of Barca before this year – and helping another – in Saturday’s 5-2 win over Valencia. “The people of the Spanish FA are working on it to bring Ansu Fati and it will be the choice of the participant,” Moreno informed Movistar+. (Marca)
Former Barcelona forward Paco Alcacer says that he was medicated’badly’ at the Nou Camp during his two-and-a-half-year stay. The Spaniard joined Borussia Dortmund on loan at the beginning of last year prior to making the turn permanent in January as well as speaking ahead of their clubs’ Champions League meeting, stated:”I have respect for a lot of people and many colleagues, as many individuals at Barcelona handled me quite well and others very badly.” (Cadena Ser)
Real Madrid have revealed in their account they anticipate their total wage bill to increase by $62m (#55.3m) for the next financial period after a summer where they left six mature signings and watched players who had been out in loan – James Rodriguez being an instance – return into the Bernabeu. (AS)
Milan rivals Inter and AC will fight it out to sign Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic that January. The 31-year-old has performed this season. (Corriere dello Sport)
At one point Juventus’ midfielder Blaise Matuidi was surplus to requirements Turin and the Bianconeri were trying to market the 31-year-old. However, things have changed. The World Cup winner is going to be offered a contract extension by the champions. (Calciomercato)
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio says the Nerazzurri haven’t opened contract talks with early forwards Lautaro Martinez despite the 22-year-old’s remarkable start to the year. “We are delighted with the operation of Lautaro,” Ausilio told DAZN. “The renewal of the contract isn’t a thing on the agenda, it’s a very young man who has a four-year contract together. We will have time to get your contract.” (Tuttomercato)
RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner had seemed set to join Bayern Munich this summer with all parties. Crucially RBL was not and the Germany remained at by Bayern’s sporting direction Hasan Salihamidzic. (Suddeutsche Zeitung)
West Ham striker Sebastien Haller had been considered as an option for Bayern Munich but the Bavarians, considered too expensive also the French who joined the Hammers out of Eintracht Frankfurt for # 45m. (TZ)
Real Madrid will return with a offer for Kylian Mbappe. The World Cup winner was convinced to stay at Paris Saint-Germain for the following season by his own entourage but is desperate to combine Los Blancos who, with the help of a $285m (#254m) loan, which will have the means to produce a deal happen. (Le10Sport)
The former Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas of monaco says he felt Neymar return to the Catalan club had been’hard’ to see occurring. “I always thought Neymar’s return to Barcelona was very difficult,” the Spaniard said. “Not because Barca, PSG or even Neymar didn’t want it to occur, but because it costs too much. Investments have been made by barcelona they have taken Neymar that has cost a whole lot along with these players’ salaries are extremely high. I played Neymar, he’s a humble man, with an amazing talent.” (RMC Sport)
Inter Miami CF, david Beckham’s Major League Soccer franchise, are interested in creating Real Madrid ahead Gareth Bale among their marquee signings. (Maxifoot)
The door shut on a possible loan deal. (France Football)

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