Football transfers: Kane, Mudryk, Rodgers, Gomes

Chelsea Director Graham Potter wants to make a move Tottenham and England star Harry Kane, 29, and is willing to offer 29-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku in exchange. (Calciomercato – Italian)external link

Leicester they can’t sack manager Brendan Rodgers because it would cost £10m to pay them off. (Sun)external link

must Leicester Barring Rodgers, the shortlist for a new manager includes Mauricio Pochettino, Rafael Benitez and Sean Dyche. (Sun)external link

Liverpool are being monitored the flamenco Midfielder Joao Gomes, 21, as Jurgen Klopp looks for reinforcements in a problem area. (Talksport)external link

He considered leaving the French defender Benjamin Pavard Bayern Munich this summer, with Manchester United, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Juventus Eager for a move for the 26-year-old. (via Telefoot, Standard)external link

Manchester United bosses are divided on transfer policy – Erik ten Hag wants to make more signings in January, but chief executive Richard Arnold wants to wait until the summer. (Athletic)external link

West Ham Argentine winger Manuel Lanzini, 29, has been told he is free to leave in January and has been trying to find a buyer before the summer transfer window. (Football Insider)external link

Barcelona they are interested in signing Real Madrid and Spanish winger Marco Asensio, 26, on a free transfer when his contract expires next summer. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)external link

Uruguayan international Luis Suarez will spend only one season in his country Nationalthe president of the club confirming that the striker, 35 years old, will leave at the end of the season. (ESPN)external link

Bayern Munich they have publicly backed manager Julian Nagelsmann after the bankruptcy Augsburg the weekend left the champions fifth in the Bundesliga. (Sky Sports)external link

Premier League clubs are said to be watching Eintracht Frankfurt Winger Ansgar Knauff, 20, compared to Arjen Robben. (Sports 1)external link

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