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Liverpool want to sign Barcelona winger Raphinha and would be willing to use Luis Diaz, a childhood Barca fan, as part of a swap deal. (Fichajes)
Barcelona, however, are looking to send Raphinha to Tottenham Hotspur in a swap deal that would see centre-back Cristian Romero move to Catalonia instead. (Sport)
Belgian midfielder Charles De Ketelaere, currently on loan at Atalanta from AC Milan, is of interest to both Arsenal and Manchester United. (Fichajes)
Chelsea will not rush their pursuit of a new striker and could walk away from a January move for Brentford's Ivan Toney over his £100m price tag. (Ben Jacobs)
In Arsenal's negotiations with Fluminense over midfielder Andre Trindade, the Gunners have also enquired about 16-year-old forward Matheus Reis, who is of interest to Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City. (Calciomercato.it)
Man City manager Pep Guardiola does not want to let midfielder Kalvin Phillips join a direct Premier League rival like Liverpool. (Calciomercato.it)
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Barcelona and Real Madrid have joined the race for Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane, who was recently linked with both Liverpool and Man City. (Sport)
After the injury to Vinicius Junior, Real Madrid plan to sign a new forward in January and are considering a move for RB Leipzig's Timo Werner. (Sport)
Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic, valued at €80m (£70m) remains on Madrid's radar. (Tutto Juve)
Paris Saint-Germain failed with a €93m (£81m) bid to sign both Endrick and Estevao from Palmeiras before the former agreed to join Real Madrid. (Fabrizio Romano)
Aston Villa are looking to sign Athletic Club striker Inaki Williams in January. (Football Insider)
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This article was originally published on 90min as Football transfer rumours: Liverpool plot Diaz swap; Barcelona & Real Madrid join Sane race.