Today’s Latest Transfer News And Rumours

Welcome to last 24 hours updates in the world of football, checkout today’s latest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and around the world.

Man Utd scouting system suffers cyber attack

Manchester United have been the victim of a malicious cyber attack that could have compromised their ongoing scouting efforts.

Investigations are ongoing with the club yet to confirm what, if any, information was obtained by the hackers.

Fernandinho expecting Man City exit

Fernandinho isn’t expecting to be handed a new contract at Manchester City, claims the Mirror. 

The Brazilian’s current deal expires at season’s end with clubs in MLS and his home country already showing interest.

Fernandinho Manchester City 2020-21

Dortmund circling for Tzolis

PAOK winger Christos Tzolis has emerged as a target for Borussia Dortmund, reports TodoFichajes.

The 18-year-old has enjoyed a strong start to the season in Greece with five goals in all competitions – two of which have come in the Champions League.

Solskjaer Set to bring back Evans

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to sign former defender Jonny Evans, according to the Mirror.

The current Leicester City centre-back is out of contract at season’s end and the Red Devils are considering an attempt to sign him for a cut-price fee in January.

Jonny Evans Leicester

Arsenal ready to sell Pepe

An early Emirates exit is looming as Arsenal are prepared to sell record signing Nicolas Pepe should the right offer come in, claims the Daily Star

Today's Latest Transfer news and rumours

The Gunners believe they paid too much for the Ivory Coast international and that the attacker isn’t cut out for the Premier League.

Pepe won’t be sold cheaply however, with Arsenal even open to a loan move with an obligation to buy.

The above is today’s latest transfer news and rumours straight from the world of sports. Stay close for more update.

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