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Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Saturday’s gossip: Raphinha, Toney, Neves, Partey, Chalobah, Sarr

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Raphinha behind the gossip logoTottenham have dropped their interest in Brentford and England forward Ivan Toney, 27, to pursue a January move for Barcelona and Brazil winger Raphinha, 26. (Football Transfers)Toney feels he has a “debt to repay” to Brentford and is torn about leaving the club in January despite interest from Arsenal and Chelsea. (Sun)Juventus have held talks with Arsenal and Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey, 30, over a potential move. (Foot Mercato – in French)Newcastle United are open to signing Al-Hilal and Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26, on a permanent deal in January if they are blocked from getting him on loan. (90min)Roma boss Jose Mourinho is keen to raid one of his former clubs and bring Chelsea’s English defender Trevoh Chalobah, 24, and French centre-back Malang Sarr, 24, to Serie A. (Calciomercato, via Metro)Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle are interested in £26m-rated Genoa and Romania defender Radu Dragusin, 21. (Tuttomercato – in Italian)Spain forward Ansu Fati, 21, wants to return to Barcelona despite his impressive form while on loan at Brighton. (Sport – in Spanish)Real Madrid are hoping to extend manager Carlo Ancelotti’s contract at the club, with the 64-year-old Italian’s current deal set to expire at the end of the season. (Relevo – in Spanish)Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has heaped praise on sporting director Dougie Freedman, but said there have been no talks with Manchester United over a potential departure. (Mail)Atalanta’s head of senior recruitment Lee Congerton is one of the names being considered by Sir Jim Ratcliffe for a sporting director role at Manchester United. (Mirror)Fulham are plotting a January move for 18-year-old Club Bruges and Norway forward Antonio Nusa. (Football Insider)Friday’s gossip columnVisit your Premier League club’s page with all the latest news, analysis and fan views, and sign up for notificationsOur coverage of your Premier League club is bigger and better than ever before – follow your team and sign up for notifications in the BBC Sport app to make sure you never miss a moment

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