Transfer Updates: Real Madrid need Mohamed Salah
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Transfer Updates: Real Madrid need Mohamed Salah

Madrid are aware that a deal during January will be complicated but are set to return in the summer.

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Transfer Updates: Real Madrid need Mohamed Salah

Madrid are aware that a deal during January will be complicated but are set to return in the summer.

07 January 2018 Sunday 12:53
Transfer Updates: Real Madrid need Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah's early-season success with Liverpool has led to interest from Real Madrid, OK Diario reports. 

Zinedine Zidane's men have misfired offensively this season and are looking for solutions in front of goal, with the Egypt star touted as a possibility after an explosive beginning to life at Anfield.

Madrid are aware that a deal during January will be complicated but are set to return in the summer.

Mesut Ozil to Manchester United

Manchester United will make a move to sign Mesut Ozil from Arsenal in the January transfer window, The Mirror  claims.

The Germany international can leave the Gunners for free at the end of the season, but United will offer them a fee to take him off their hands this month.

Arsenal are close to reaching an agreement with West Bromwich Albion for Jonny Evans, says  The Sun.

Manchester City were also linked with the defender and even made a bid for him in the summer, but it seems the Gunners are now leading the chase for his signature. 

Riyad Mahrez to Liverpool

Riyad Mahrez is set to undergo a medical with Liverpool on Sunday ahead of a £49million move, according to beIN Sports (via Inside Futbol).

Liverpool have a massive amount of money to play with after agreeing a €160m deal with Barcelona for Philippe Coutinho. 

It now seems the Reds have wasted little time in bringing in a replacement, with Mahrez reportedly set to sign on until 2022. 

Mark Hughes sacked by Stoke City

Mark Hughes has been relieved of his duties as Stoke City manager after they lost to Coventry City in the FA Cup.

The Potters lost 2-1 to the League Two side in the latest upset in a terrible run, leading to the Welshman's sacking just a few hours later.

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