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19th of November 2020 Transfer Rumours consists of all the ongoing discussions and negotiations which could take place in the upcoming transfer window. The January transfer window remains less than seven weeks to be opened and some teams have started to search for recruitments to their squad. Indeed, some teams are not satisfied with their current squad performance and will look at enhancing the necessary areas. Therefore, read on to know what is going on in the transfer rumors today.

Rennes:

Rennes and France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has revealed his dream of joining a great club but did not rule out the opportunity of extending his contract at Rennes.

Real Madrid/Barcelona:

According to Corriere Dello Sport, Real Madrid has entered the race for the signature of Netherlands and Liverpool midfielder. They will have to challenge their rivals Barcelona for his signature.

Barcelona presidential candidate Victor Font says former Barcelona midfielder Xavi could emulate Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United if he returns to the club as a manager.

Real Madrid has made Bayern Munich defender David Alaba their top target if their Spanish skipper Sergio Ramos leaves the club this summer.

Barcelona might miss out on the signature of Manchester City’s defender Eric Garcia in January after the Sky Blues are unwilling to reduce their 20m euros (£17.8m) valuation of the youngster.

Read also: Discover The Teams With The Most FA Cup Title In The Past Decade.

Manchester Utd/Liverpool:

According to Manchester Evening News, Man Utd have an opportunity to sign France Centre-back Raphael Varane from Real Madrid.

Likewise, Manchester United and Liverpool have obtained a boost concerning the signature of RB Leipzig and French defender Dayot Upamecano as a decision over his future will be produced in January. Another contender for the French man Bayern Munich has withdrawn due to a lack of funds to accommodate the transfer.

Liverpool’s boss Jurgen Klopp has granted eight academy players the chance to perform this week during training amidst their ongoing injury crisis.

Manchester City:

transfer rumors messi to man city

Manchester City is very alert of signing the six-time Ballon d’Or award winner Lionel Messi after he hinted at a transfer by saying he is “tired of always being the problem” at Barcelona. This was the transfer rumours of the summer.

transfer rumours pep & fabregas

Former Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas says he is disappointed with his former boss Pep Guardiola.

Arsenal:

As revealed by Football London, Arsenal has reportedly agreed to sign Hertha Berlin’s Tunisia U21 defender Omar Rekik in January. The youngster will immediately move back to the club on loan.

Read also: Teams With The Highest UEFA Champions League Title In The Past Decade [2010 – 2020].

FC Porto:

transfer rumours hulk returns

FC Porto is trying to re-sign Brazil forward Hulk from Shanghai SIPG in January. The Portuguese side will cut West Ham’s winger Felipe Anderson loan deal short if the move falls through.

Sheffield Utd, Brighton & Newcastle:

transfer rumors jark cork

According to Mirror, Sheffield United, Newcastle, and Brighton Hove & Albion will all go head to head to secure the signature of Burnley’s English midfielder Jark Cork in January.

Sevilla/Hertha Berlin:

transfer rumors julian draxler

As reported from Italy, PSG’s German midfielder Julian Draxler has gained interest from Spanish club Sevilla, and German club Hertha Berlin are both ready for a move when the transfer window opens.

Read also: Teams With The Highest UEFA Europa League Title In The Past Decade [2010 – 2020].

Premier League:

Mirror revealed today that Premier League managers have had a meeting to get the five-substitute rule back on the agenda.

Former Liverpool and Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez absolutely opposes Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola in their attempt to bring back the five-substitute rule. Furthermore, the Spaniard believes the Premier League was right to drop the five-substitute rule.

Finally, this is the end of today’s transfer rumours, stay tuned for more updates.

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