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Trending Today: United Striker Plotting January Exit, Werner's Chelsea Future, Sterling to Barcelona

Barcelona are looking to extend Gavi's contract until 2026 with his current deal expected to expire in 2023. Barcelona will also reward him with a salary increment, claim Mundo Deportivo.

Arsenal have already started drawing up a target list of strikers that includes Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ollie Watkins as they prepare for the departure of Alexandre Lacazatte, reports The Sun.

Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is reportedly looking to leave the club in January after falling out of favour at Old Trafford, according to The Telegraph.

United and Juventus are set to go head to head for the signature of Ousmane Dembele who is out of contract next summer, claim Daily Mirror.

Gazetta Dello Sport claim Juventus have agreed a new deal until 2025 worth €10m (8+2 as bonuses) per year.

Raheem Sterling is interested in the idea of joining Barcelona. He already gave his approval in the summer and contacts continue. However, the operation would be successful through a loan deal, according to The Mirror.

Inter Milan have reached an agreement with Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana. He is ready to join as a free agent in 2022, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Spurs have refuted claims that manager Nuno Espirito Santo could be sacked by the club should he fail to secure a top-six finish.

​Timo Werner's time at Chelsea could be coming to an end with four elite European sides reportedly ready to make a move for the German striker, claim Daily Telegraph.

​AC Milan are reported to be in negotiations to extend coach Stefano Pioli’s contract after their best start to a season in almost 20 years.

​Thomas Tuchel is pushing Chelsea to resolve their contract differences with Germany defender Antonio Rudiger and get a new deal agreed, according to Football London.

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