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Friday’s transfer rumors – Real can’t get rid of Bale

Bale, Demiral, Fellaini
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All the transfer rumors from around the footballing world, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, the Premier League and more.

Real Madrid are desperate to offload stubborn Bale

Bale’s agent insists his client is not leaving Madrid any time soon.

Madrid, on the other hand, is still actively trying to find a buyer.

There is a battle about to erupt at the Santiago Bernabeu, better a club desperate to sell and a player refusing to leave. (Telegraph)

Fellaini to return to the Premier League for Moyes

Former Manchester United midfielder ruled out a return for Jose Mourinho only a couple of months ago.

However, David Moyes has asked and the giant Belgian is ready and willing.

A move to West Ham from Shandong Luneng in China would be the third time Moyes has signed the player. (Sky Sports)

Chelsea and Tottenham in a battle to loan Lemar

Both Chelsea and Tottenham have limited resources for this transfer window.

Tottenham blew their budget in the summer, while Chelsea just posted almost 100 million pound losses for the year.

The Premier League pair are searching for loan deals. They are set to fight it out for the signature of Atletico Madrid and France winger Thomas Lemar.  (Telegraph)

Spurs and Milan agree on Piatek deal

AC Milan has agreed on a deal to offload Poland forward Krzysztof Piatek.

Piatek has struggled since his arrival at the San Siro.

The managerial roundabout has seen him fail to establish his position in the team and thus a loss of form.

A 28 million pound move to North London would see Milan recoup their investment. (Sun)

Leicester are determined to sign Demiral

Leicester City will not take no for an answer.

The Foxes have had two offers rejected by Juventus for the young Turkish defender. Plus Manchester City has expressed an interest.

However, rumor has Brendan Rodgers is determined to get his man and will go back with a third bid. (Mirror)

United’s transfer window appears to be on course for failure once more

Manchester United are set to have another disappointing transfer window.

While money is not a problem, getting players to come to Old Trafford is.

They have given up on trying to lure Tottenham’s, Christian Eriksen.

The player has made it clear he wants to move abroad, with Inter Milan the front runners. (Evening Standard)