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Arsenal are at risk of missing out on a Serie A striker after Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are hoping to land a Bayern Munich player after losing Harry Kane to the German giants, with Manchester included in Tuesday’s Euro Paper Talk. The city wants to sign Barcelona’s star.

MAN UTD have overtaken Arsenal in the transfer chase.

Manchester United jumped up arsenal Bologna center forward competition Joshua Zirczy Because they have reportedly begun preliminary discussions for his signature.

Man Utd spent an initial £64m to make Rasmus Hojlund their new striker in the summer and could be required to pay Atalanta a further £8m if certain conditions are met.

Erik Ten Hag wants the Dane to become the new focal point of the attack and so far Hojlund has scored seven goals and one assist in 25 games.

He needed 15 attempts to score his first Premier League goal, but he shone during United’s disappointing Champions League season, scoring five goals in six games.

Hojlund is still only 20 years old, so he has plenty of time to get used to Man Utd and potentially fulfill his outstanding potential.

However, Manchester United’s new manager Sir Jim Ratcliffe is said to be keen on signing another striker to get the most out of Hozlund and reduce the pressure on his shoulders.

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This is where Zirkzee comes into play. It emerged on Christmas Eve that the 22-year-old was on Man Utd’s list of potential striker additions.

CBS Sports has now provided an update on the situation. They revealed that United have begun the process of signing Zirkzy, having entered ‘early talks’ over a deal with Bologna.

Red Devils keen to sign Arsenal striker target Joshua Zirkzee

The Red Devils want to know if Bologna would be open to letting him off the hook this month or in the summer, and how much they would charge for him.

The values ​​of these Dutchmen are varied. Some reports claim he is worth £30m, while others suggest Bologna could value him up to £50m.

Manchester United have begun early negotiations for Zirkzee as he hopes to move to Arsenal. January 13th, Arsenal sporting director Edu has reportedly approved Zirkzee’s transfer.. However, the Gunners will have to act fast if they want to sign him, as Man Utd are keen to complete the deal first.

Zirkzee moved to Bayern as a teenager in 2017 after spending time with Feyenoord’s youth team. He gradually rose through the ranks at Bayern, but only made 17 first-team appearances.

Zirkzee spent time on loan at Parma and Anderlecht to gain more experience. However, when it became clear that he would not be given regular game time by Bayern, he pushed for a move and later joined Bologna in August 2022.

The Netherlands U21 international has emerged as a key player in Serie A, recently captaining the side in a 1-1 draw with Genoa. And Zirkzee has scored eight goals and provided four assists in 22 games so far, impressing Manchester United and Arsenal with his abilities.

West Ham come out to help Everton

Real Betis’ pursuit of West Ham United midfielder Pablo Fornals could give Everton the opportunity to sign Betis star Luis Henrique, one of their own targets. (ABC Seville)

Ben White and Takehiro Tomiyasu are ‘close’ to signing new contracts with Arsenal after extensive negotiations. (Fabrizio Romano)

AC Milan are ‘in contact’ with Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo’s agent as they look to conclude a deal. The 26-year-old is set to become a free agent at the end of the season. (Gianluca di Marzio)

New Manchester United CEO Omar Berrada will give players a year or two to prove their worth before deciding to sell. This will help prevent a repeat of the Anthony Martial situation.. (Fabrizio Romano)

Brazilian legend Ronaldo advised Kylian Mbappe to reject a move to Liverpool and move to Real Madrid. (RMC Sports)

Tottenham are interested in the Bayern man

Tottenham have made a ‘request’ for Bayern technical director Marco Nepe, who could soon leave the Allianz Arena. The move would see Tottenham partially retaliate for Harry Kane’s summer departure for Bayern. (build)

Barcelona will allow striker Robert Lewandowski to decide his own future this summer. If he feels comfortable at the club they will continue to use him as their main striker, but it would be understandable if he pursues a big-money contract elsewhere. (sports)

Liverpool have ‘invited’ the agent of Genk ‘golden boy’ Bilal El Canous to Anfield to discuss a potential move for the 19-year-old playmaker. He is also wanted by Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen. (HLN)

Jorge Mendes has confirmed that Benfica’s Joao Neves and Antonio Silva will remain in Portugal this winter. However, agents have hinted that Benfica could sell the players at the end of the season, with United keen to pull off a huge double deal.. (record)

Belgian midfielder Orel Mangala has given permission for a move to Napoli to leave Nottingham Forest. (Il Martino)

Manchester City are targeting Barcelona youngster

Pep Guardiola is a huge fan of Pau Cubarsi and has instructed Manchester City to sign the 17-year-old Spanish centre-back in a bid to lure the 17-year-old to his former club Barcelona. (like)

Tottenham have decided to loan winger Brian Gill back amid interest from Lazio.. (Coriedello Sports)

Swedish wonderkid Lucas Bergvall will not join Manchester United. Instead, it’s because Barça and Eintracht Frankfurt are trying hard to get him. (Fabrizio Romano)

Despite being linked with Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, Karim Benzema could return to France instead. Lyon are planning an ambitious bid to re-sign the Al Ittihad striker. (various)

Former Everton striker Moise Kean could be on the move again as Leverkusen have approached Juventus to sign the Italian. (Sky Germany)

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