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LATEST DEALS; Halland, Rice & Bellingham to Man United, Mbappe, Martinez, Lingard, Rudiger Updates

Real Madrid have reportedly closed down all talks involving a move for Kylian Mbappe until the January transfer window according to Marca.

According to the Express, Manchester United will chase Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland next summer.

Despite the fact that the club signed Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, the Norwegian striker remains a long-term target.

According to The Sun, Manchester United are the hot favorites to capture Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Jude Bellingham.

Man City and Chelsea are also interested in Bellingham, 18, after he shone in Germany following his move from Birmingham City in 2020.

Lautaro Martinez is expected to sign a new contract with Inter without a release clause, according to the Mirror.

Arsenal, Tottenham, and Barcelona, among others, who have been courting the Argentina striker, will be disappointed by the news.Martinez's current Inter deal will run out in 2023.

According to The Sun, Manchester United is planning to dismiss up to seven first-team players as part of a huge summer clearout.

To free up finances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad, Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, Eric Bailly, Anthony Martial, Diogo Dalot, and Alex Telles could all be made available.

According to Fichajes, Lens are pondering a transfer for Liverpool forward Divock Origi.

In the summer, the 26-year-old came close to leaving Liverpool, but the club did not get an acceptable offer for his services.

He might now return to Ligue 1, where he was a star with Lille before joining Liverpool.

​​Manchester United have made West Ham star Declan Rice their No.1 tranfser target for 2022, claims The Independent.

The England international has also been linked with Chelsea and Manchester City, but the Red Devils are determined to land the holding midfielder they are crying out for.

​​Chelsea have opened talks with Antonio Rudiger over a new contract but remain cautious over his demands, with both Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid keeping an eye on the situation.

The two European giants will be able to sign the Germany international in January on a pre-contract agreement, with the defender's current deal expiring in the summer of 2022.

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