Transfer market The latest news this Friday

Odegaard, Upamecano and Papu Gomez
BRAND and EFE

H.Hello and welcome to the transfer market live blog on Friday.

We have the latest news, deals and rumors from the transfer market here.

Maicon, now 39, signed for Sona in Italy’s fourth division two weeks ago. He will debut against Ponte San Pietro this Sunday and his return to Italy has sparked wild scenes. The club has received media inquiries from across the country and is seeing its social media increase fivefold. In the last few days, more than 800 shirts have also been sold.

Real Sociedad manager Imanol Alguacil hasn’t added Willian Jose to his squad for the weekend’s game, suggesting the forward’s move to Wolves is nearing completion. He also lamented the fact that Martin Odegaard will join Arsenal instead of returning to Real Sociedad. “He would have improved us but is not possible,” said the coach.

According to the picture, Bayern Munich would be ready to admit Corentin Tolisso to PSG. His contract ends in 2022 so they can make some money for him now. They also have other players in his position.

Martin Odegaard’s move to Arsenal is accelerating. His loan transfer could even be made official this Friday.

That broadcast should be confirmed this Friday or Saturday with the Seville striker moving into variables for € 10m and € 2m. Seville also retains a percentage of the resale fee.

Ivan Saponjic is on loan from Atletico Madrid in Cadiz for the remainder of the 2020/21 season.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has wanted Kalidou Koulibaly to stand out from Napoli for a while and still wants to. But Gennaro Gattuso does not want to lose his star central defender.

It seems Arsenal is Real Madrid’s preferred landing site for Martin Odegaard. El Diario Vasco report that a Real Sociedad return is less likely and that the playmaker is likely to be on loan with Mikel Arteta until the end of the season.

Dayot Upamecano is currently one of the most sought-after players in football, and Bayern Munich director Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed to Bild that the Bavarian club will try to sign the player. “He’s a RB Leipzig player until the end of the season, but everyone knows that his contract contains a clause,” said Rummenigge.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Sevilla want to sign Papu Gomez from Atalanta, although there is still no firm offer. The player is looking for a way out of the Italian club and Seville could be the landing site.