Premier League Transfer Rumour Mill: Newcastle set Trippier price

Although the January transfer window hasn’t gone as planned, the gossip mill is still grinding away nicely.

The most significant transfer speculations concerning Premier League teams as of January 22nd are listed here.

As the German champions attempt to come to a deal for Kieran Trippier, Bayern Munich is the most recent team eager to take advantage of Newcastle’s financial difficulties.

After completing deals for Harry Kane and Eric Dier in recent windows, Thomas Tuchel will continue to pursue Trippier in an effort to get the Spurs back together. What is Danny Rose presently involved in?

According to Sky Germany, Newcastle has rejected a loan proposal from the German powerhouses and is now seeking a long-term agreement or an obligation to purchase players for between €13 and €14 million.

According to The Mirror, Brentford’s WWE-style entrance for Ivan Toney, who is back, convinced the forward to stay in West London. The 27-year-old won’t be pushing for a move this month, but things might be different in the summer.

Premier League Transfer Rumour Mill: Newcastle set Trippier price

Ben Godfrey, an out-of-favour Everton defender, has an unusual option this month, according to Calciomercato. The centre back might accept an offer from seven-time European winners AC Milan, or he could stay in his home Yorkshire and play for Sheffield United or Leeds.

Ben, the ball is in your court.

Real Sociedad flier Tafekusa Kubo is apparently being pursued by rival North London teams Arsenal and Tottenham, while Atletico Madrid is supposedly vying with Premier League teams to recruit Belgium-based stars Arthur Vermeeren and Bilal El Khannouss.

In other news, The Guardian reports that West Ham has had an attempt to buy Aston Villa forward Jhon Duran rejected, and the Mail reports that the Hammers will make a move for Kalvin Phillips after failing to land Arsenal outcast Emile Smith Rowe.

David Moyes and his hiring staff are also considering Armando Broja of Chelsea as the Irons try to break through their inconsistent recent history of signing strikers.

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