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USMNT’s Christian Pulisic still on Juventus’ radar amid Chelsea uncertainty

The summer transfer window is closed for the big leagues in Europe. But looking ahead to January, there are a lot of rumors circulating about who is moving where. Transfer Talk brings you the latest in rumours, rumours, comings, goings and of course deals done!

TOP STORY: Pulisic still on Juventus’ radar

Christian Pulisic is among the players Juventus are eyeing to strengthen on the right wing in 2023, according to Tuttosport.

The need for reinforcements in this area arises from the situation of Juan Cuadrado and Angel of Maryboth 34 years old and with contracts ending at the peak of this season.

Cuadrado is unlikely to land a new deal while Di Maria’s largely depends on him as the Argentine has requested a one-year deal so he could return to his beloved Rosario Central next summer.

Pulisic’s future at Chelsea appears uncertain as the USMNT star’s contract expires in 2024. He made headlines earlier this week when an excerpt from his forthcoming book revealed a troubled relationship with former Blues manager Thomas Tuchel. Pulisic had been linked with Juventus in the summer.

In addition to Pulisic, Juventus are interested in AS Roma Nicolo Zaniolo and Wolverhampton Wanderers Adam Traore. Zaniolo was eyed by I Bianconeri because his contract with Roma ends in 2024.

Traore, who has played just 53 minutes in the Premier League so far this season, could be available as a free agent with his contract due to expire in the summer of 2023.

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PAPER GOSSIP

– After Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Kenneth Taylor made his debut for the Netherlands in Tuesday’s 2-0 Nations League win over Poland. Fabrizio Romano stated that many top clubs have been watching him for a long time. The 20-year-old has impressed this following season Ryan Gravenberch’He joined Bayern Munich and scored three goals and two assists in seven Eredivisie games. He has also started both of Ajax’s Champions League games this season.

– Galatasary has long been associated with Roma Matthew Vina as they want to sign a left-back, but Calciomercato have suggested they also look at AC Milan Fode Ballo Tours. The Turkish club were close to signing Vina in the final stages of the summer window but were unable to complete the move due to lack of time.

Andrea Ranocchia announced on Instagram that he is retiring as a professional soccer player. The centre-back only joined Monza three months ago but canceled his contract after suffering a broken fibula against Napoli. The former Italy international has played for numerous clubs including Iternazionale, Sampdoria and Hull City.

– Bruma will stay Fenerbahçe He was reportedly fighting for his place in the side last January despite not being included in the Turkish Super Lig or Europa League squad for the first half of the season Ekrem Konur. The winger is currently on loan from PSV Eindhoven but is currently unavailable due to injury.

Markus Edel is returning to West Ham United to take up the role of sporting director from January, the club announced on Thursday. The former midfielder made 550 appearances for West Ham in 18 years as a player after progressing through his academy.

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Emma Bowman

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