Tuesday Gossip: Bellingham, Jones, Gakpo, Leao, Choupo-Moting

Liverpool Owners Fenway Sports Group are set to sign 19-year-old England midfielder Jude Bellingham Borussia Dortmund For £87m before selling the club as a parting gift. (Marca, via FourFourTwo)external link

Manchester United They are among the clubs interested in signing Bellingham Chelsea they are not one of the sides he wants to join. (Group Talk)external link

FSG will make a big profit on their investment, though Liverpool’s The valuation is lower than the price at which Roman Abramovich was sold Chelsea for the beginning of the year (Star)external link

British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is among those who could buy Liverpool. (Liverpool Echo)external link

The town of Luton boss Nathan Jones will become the new manager Southampton After the Premier League club sacked Ralph Hasenhuttl on Monday. (Post)external link

Southampton they are admirers Brentford leader Thomas Frank and also discussed River Plate Manager Marcelo Gallardo. (Guardian)external link

More than half of the Premier League was watching representatives Ajax against PSV Eindhoven on Sunday, PSV’s Dutch winger Cody Gakpo, 23 years old, was among those who performed. (90 min)external link

Chelsea’s hope to sign AC Milan and Portuguese forward Rafael Leao, 23, have been reinforced due to ongoing complications in negotiations to extend the player’s contract. (via Sky Italia, Mirror)external link

Arsenal and Tottenham they are considering a move from Lille 22-year-old Canadian forward Jonathan David. (via GiveMeSport, TeamTalk)external link

Premier League leaders Arsenal they are willing to spend in the January transfer window to maintain their title challenge. (90 min)external link

Manchester United Bayern Munich and Cameroon want to sign the striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting in January but the 33-year-old wants to stay at the Bundesliga club. (Florian Plettenberg) external link

Brentford First-team analyst and set-piece specialist Jack Wilson is set to leave the Bees to join the Premier League champions Manchester City. (Athletic – subscription required) external link

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