Romelu Lukaku’s recent performance at Roma has been commendable.
An agreement has been reached, setting his availability for summer 2024 at a fee of approximately £37m.
Any team is welcome to make an offer for him at that price, given Chelsea’s disinterest in prolonged negotiations.
Over at Manchester United, the future of some players seems uncertain. Scott McTominay’s position by January is expected to mirror that of the summer.
At that time, discussions took place with Erik ten Hag to determine which players might be allowed to exit the team and which ones would only depart if a significant proposal was presented.
While there have been whispers connecting Jadon Sancho to Juventus and Roma, nothing tangible has been reported.
According to sources, neither of these Italian clubs are currently in the market for a winger this January, feeling satisfied with their present lineup in that role.
Given Sancho’s impressive track record in the Bundesliga, it might be interesting to keep an eye on potential interest from German clubs.
In other news, details about Bruno Guimaraes’ contract with Newcastle have surfaced. While he recently renewed his contract, it’s crucial to note that Bruno’s decision was driven by his contentment at Newcastle.
His notable contributions to the Premier League have not gone unnoticed, and he’s set to receive a salary bump in acknowledgment of his commendable performances.