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January transfer news & rumours: Liverpool to sign Naby Keita on Sunday

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window


Liverpool to sign Keita on Sunday


Liverpool have succeeded in their bid to push forward the signing of Naby Keita, according to the Express.

The Reds agreed terms with RB Leipzig over the midfielder in the summer, but the sale of Philippe Coutinho has left the club short of cover in the middle. 

Their efforts to move up the transfer date have apparently been successful, and Keita could sign as early as Sunday.


Man Utd to challenge Liverpool for Pulisic


Manchester United are set to challenge Liverpool over the signature of Borussia Dortmund’s US wonderkid Christian Pulisic, claims the Independent.

Pulisic, 19, is already a regular starter with both club and country, and his added value as an icon in the lucrative US market makes him an attractive signing. 

And while Jurgen Klopp is a confirmed admirer of the star from his former club, he could face stiff competition from Old Trafford this summer.


Man Utd unlikely to make Vardy bid


Manchester United are unlikely to make an offer for Jamie Vardy after expressing interest in the Leicester City striker, according to the Leicester Mercury.

The Red Devils reportedly decided against submitting a bid because of the heavy transfer fee that would be necessary, with Jose Mourinho’s side instead focusing on hijacking Manchester City’s move for Alexis Sanchez.

Vardy, meanwhile, is said to be happy at the King Power Stadium and not actively seeking an exit.


West Brom set Evans transfer deadline


Manchester City and Arsenal target Jonny Evans has been set a deadline of just over two weeks to decide his future by West Brom, according to the Daily Mail.

The former Man United man has seen his name linked with some of the Premier League’s biggest clubs in the current window. 

But he will have to make up his mind by January 28, or his club will veto a move expected to be worth around  £35…

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