TRANSFERS – Gusto, OL, Kane, Delort, Inter Milan, Thauvin… the 14 transfer window info for Saturday

Gusto at Chelsea, it burns

Chelsea and Lyon have found a solution to satisfy everyone. According to The team, the two clubs have reached an agreement for the transfer of Malo Gusto. The full-back remains on loan at OL until the end of the season. The amount of the operation should be around 30 million euros, excluding bonuses. According to information from RMC Sport, Gusto would have already gone to Chelsea this Saturday to pass his medical examination and initial his contract.

  • Our opinion: From a sick OL to Chelsea, this is the big leap for Gusto.

Ligue 1

Jeffinho on his way to Lyon?


“Cherki in Paris? It’s not a good idea for anyone”

Romain Faivre in Lorient, it’s done

Departures accumulate in Lyon. The Rhone club confirmed this Saturday that the midfielder had been loaned to Les Merlus until the end of the season. This is a paying loan. Arrived for 18 million in Lyon last January, the 24-year-old attacking midfielder has not yet won with Les Gones.

  • Our opinion: The player has not yet crossed the expected course in the Rhône. Lorient could allow him to revive.

Things are moving in all directions at OL

After completing negotiations with Chelsea for Malo Gusto, Lyon are in talks with Leicester to settle the final details of the departure of Tetê, who made the trip to England this Saturday, announces Fabrizio Romano. According to Foot Mercato, Wilson Isidor should arrive from Lokomotiv Moscow.

  • Our opinion: All these movements do not contribute to a big improvement in the workforce.

Kane gone to stay?

According to information from Florian Plettenberg, journalist at Sky Sport, Tottenham would be very confident to extend Harry Kane beyond his contract, which ends in the summer of 2024. Thus, neither Manchester United nor Bayern, who were monitoring developments in his situation, should not be able to have him signed soon.

  • Our opinion: He may have missed the boat to join a European top 5 club.

Delort at the Canaries?

Anyway, that’s what it says West France. The daily revealed an agreement between Nice and Nantes for a loan of Andy Delort until the end of the season, accompanied by a compulsory purchase option and a two-year contract. The information has been confirmed by RMC Sport.

  • Our opinion: Keeping Delort on a bench would be a waste, let him rush to Nantes.

Andy Delort, Nice striker.

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The big cleaning of Inter

The Gazzetta dello Sport gave an update on the upcoming moves at Inter. Samir Handanovic, dethroned from his place as number 1, could well retire. Marcelo Brozovic, who is less and less part of his coach’s plans but retains a good market value, is in the sights of Real Madrid, Barça and Chelsea. As for Denzel Dumfries, who fails to be consistent in his position as a side, he could well take the direction of England from where some good offers would emanate.

  • Our opinion: Inter will be active in renewing themselves.

Thauvin remains courted

Failing to have good opportunities for a return to Ligue 1, Florian Thauvin receives offers from here and elsewhere. In particular from MLS, Celta Vigo or Valencia. For the moment, the French would have declined them all according to Foot Mercato. Udinese and Olympiakos are still in the running, according to Foot Mercato.

  • Our opinion: Its current level remains a great unknown.

“Thauvin is almost old-fashioned for Ligue 1”

The Caicedo Crisis

A few days after announcing to be “focused on Brighton“via the club’s official website, Moises Caicedo revealed on his own social networks that he did indeed want to leave the Seagulls. The British press assures that the club has already rejected an offer of 68 million euros. euros from Arsenal. According to Fabrizio Romano, the player did not show up for training this Saturday. The showdown is on.

  • Our opinion: Be careful for Brighton not to hold him back too much, at the risk of ending up with an angry player on his hands on February 1.

Weston McKennie to join Leeds

Juventus and Leeds have reached an agreement, Allegri explained at a press conference on Saturday. He should be loaned, with the key to a purchase option of 35 million euros according to Sky Italia.

  • Our opinion: A good move for Leeds, who are sure to benefit from a very good player for at least half a season.

Roma vs Zaniolo, war is declared

Under contract at the club until the summer of 2024, Nicolo Zaniolo expected to be extended this summer. It was not the case. Tensions have arisen and the player now refuses to play under the colors of the Wolf. The Roman club did receive offers, in particular from Bournemouth, and would have rejected them all. Roma is furious with his midfielder and is considering sanctioning him.

Our opinion: Zaniolo must go, otherwise he will spend a very long second half of the season in Rome.

Falcao, Mexico goal

According to information from the Spanish television channel TUDN, Radamel Falcao has found a new base: Cruz Azul, in Mexican D1. He could thus leave Rayo Vallecano. The only problem: Cruz Azul lacks space for foreign players and is trying to free up a position to welcome them.

  • Our opinion: To see if, at 36, Falcao still has enough to put a last ditch in his career.

Lorient is looking for a new doorman

To compensate for Yvon Mvogo’s injury, Lorient is thinking of Hervé Koffi, Burkinabé international goalkeeper. He is currently playing in Charleroi in Belgian D1. The Hakes have already almost agreed with the porter’s entourage for a six-month loan with option to buy, according to Foot Mercato.

  • Our opinion: A not stupid choice, because Vito Mannone is not the most reassuring.

Sainty holds a new recruit

Sainté continues its activity in the winter transfer window. The Saint-Etienne leaders have drawn midfielder Lamine Fomba into their nets. The 25-year-old therefore leaves Nîmes to strengthen the Greens and help them relaunch their second half of the season.

  • Our opinion: ASSE obviously still needs to strengthen itself to stem the negative spiral.

Morgan Schneiderlin files in Australia

The French international midfielder has joined Western Sydney Wanderers. Following a tripartite agreement with the two clubs, he left Nice freely, where his contract ended next June. But the French club will cover part of his salary until June.

  • Our opinion: Why not go have fun elsewhere, while it was in the closet in Nice.

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