Mercato Live: Fernando Santos finds a job

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The winter transfer window started on January 1. Top Mercato’s live stream allows you to read all the day’s information (rumors and official announcements) at a glance.

January 23 transfer window information

4:36 p.m.: according to The Team, OM are trying to sign Lorient striker Terem Moffi. Pablo Longoria wants to stave off the competition with an enticing offer for the Nigerian and the Hakes.

4:20 p.m.: Karl Toko Ekambi should join Rennes in the form of a paid loan for 6 months with no option to buy. The Cameroonian striker has an agreement with the Breton club.

4 p.m.: According to information from the Daily Mail, Everton will part ways with Frank Lampard. The Toffees, 19th in the Premier League, are in a very delicate situation.

3:30 p.m.: ex-Portugal coach Fernando Santos will become Poland’s next coach while his compatriot Paulo Bento has been the big favorite of the local media in recent days.

3:27 p.m.: Angel Di Maria does not rule out staying at Juventus Turin next season despite the club’s delicate situation following a heavy sanction of 15 penalty points.

2 p.m.: in search of a replacement for Benoît Costil, leaving for Lille, Auxerre would be on the verge of being loaned the goalkeeper of Inter Ionut Radu.

12:49 p.m.: after the failure of Leandro Trossard, transferred from Brighton and Hove Albion to Arsenal, Olympique de Marseille would have “three or four possibilities of the same level”according to a club source relayed by Provence.

12:25 p.m.: according to information from Sky SportsFrank Lampard is set to be sacked as Everton manager. The Toffees are only 19th in the Premier League.

12:00 p.m.: the Corriere della Sera confirms Inter Milan’s request for Milan Skriniar. Targeted by Paris Saint-Germain, the Slovak central defender will leave in the event of an offer of between 15 and 20 million euros.

OFFICIAL – 11:41 a.m.: Willem Geubbels leaves AS Monaco. The young striker will continue his career in the Swiss championship with Saint-Gall.

11:25 a.m.: AS Roma coach José Mourinho spoke about the future of Italian attacking midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo, coveted by Paris Saint-Germain.

10:56 a.m.: despite the heavy sanction against Juventus Turin, the Argentinian winger Angel Di Maria let know to DAZN that he will not leave the Italian club.

10:22 a.m.: in the event of departure from Real Madrid, FC Barcelona would consider recruiting Spanish attacking midfielder Marco Asensio, according to Sport.

09:50: Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic announces to Picture that the German club wants to keep the Cameroonian striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, free next June.

09:24: according to DailyMail, Martin Zubimendi would have rebuffed Arsenal, as part of a possible transfer this winter. The Spanish midfielder wouldn’t want to leave Real Sociedad.

08:55: Tottenham striker Harry Kane is open to discussing an extension, according to The Athletic. The English international is linked until June 2024 with the Spurs.

08:30: Free of any contract, French striker Loïc Rémy will train with Stade Brestois. The former Marseillais attended Sunday the sixteenth final of the Coupe de France lost against Lens (1-3).

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