Newcastle United's rivals eye £50m-rated star as David Beckham targets Premier League striker

The transfer window may be shut until January – but there’s still plenty of gossip swirling around the web.

Sunday, 22nd November 2020, 9:11 am
All of the latest Premier League transfer gossip from around the web

Ahead of the window re-opening this winter, clubs are already being linked with a number of potential new signings, as managers look to strengthen in order to achieve their campaign goals.

As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the Premier League – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip from around the internet:

Manchester City are set to offer England forward Raheem Sterling a new contract. (Mirror)

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Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo is keen on a return to Real Madrid. (Marca)
Chelsea's France forward Olivier Giroud has emerged as a January target for David Beckham's Inter Miami. (Mirror)
England captain Harry Kane believes that on-loan Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale and former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart have made a big impact in the Tottenham dressing room with their experience of winning trophies. (Football London)
Leeds United, West Brom and West Ham considering a move for Barcelona forward Martin Braithwaite. (Sports Witness)
The Premier League are considering bringing back five subs despite certain clubs opposing the motion but they are resigned to seeing it implemented amid claims of bullying. (Mirror)
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has already labelled the campaign being orchestrated by the Big Six as ‘selfish’. (Various)
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is not interested in the Germany job if current boss Joachim Low is sacked following the 6-0 defeat by Spain last week. (Sunday Mirror)
Leeds United are one of the sides monitoring £40m-rated Dean Henderson as they wait to see if the Manchester United goalkeeper could be allowed to leave on loan in January. (The Sun)