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Real Madrid may re-sign Varane; Tottenham consider Gallagher swap deal


90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Raphael Varane has emerged as an option for Real Madrid following centre-back David Alaba’s ACL injury, with the ex-Galactico struggling for minutes at Manchester United. (AS)

Manchester United have cooled their interest in Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy as he would prefer to join Tottenham, and could instead move for Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri. (The Sun)

Tottenham could also beat Manchester United to the signing of Nice centre-back Jean-Clair Todibo, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe unlikely to stand in the way of such a move. (Evening Standard)

Barcelona head coach Xavi has not been convinced by the performances of loanee Joao Felix and he could return to Atletico Madrid at the end of his loan spell. (AS)

Joao Felix, Xavi Hernandez

Felix could leave Barca / Pedro Salado/GettyImages

Liverpool are ready to end their interest in Fluminense midfielder Andre, who is in talks over a move to Fulham. (Football Insider)

Arsenal remain interested in Spain midfielder Martin Zubimendi, but he is unwilling to leave Real Sociedad during the January window. (Football.London)

One midfielder who could be heading back to Arsenal is Albert Sambi Lokonga, with Luton considering cutting short his season-long loan. (TeamTALK)

Chelsea are in talks with Sporting CP over a double swoop for defender Ousmane Diomande and striker Viktor Gyokeres. (Evening Standard)

Leaving Chelsea could be Conor Gallagher, who is a target for Tottenham. Spurs are considering using Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg as a makeweight in their offer. (Sky Sports)

Manchester City will battle Inter for the signing of Canada international wing-back Tajon Buchanan from Club Brugge. (Sky Italia)

Inter are also looking at Barcelona’s Sergi Roberto, who is free to discuss a move away on January 1 with his contract up in the summer. (Mundo Deportivo)

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