Does Max Eberl bring Manu Kone from Gladbach to Leipzig?

The World Cup is over and the clubs are back in focus. It will be especially interesting in the transfer market, which has opened up again.

Since the new year, clubs in the major European leagues have been able to buy and sell players again. The transfer window is open until January 31. Some Bundesliga clubs have also become active. Transfer news on t-online in the live broadcast ticker.

Leipzig interested in being Gladbach?

Bundesliga club Rassen-Bullsport Leipzig are said to be interested in Gladbach’s Manu Kone. And as reported by Sport Bild, Marco Rose’s side have the 21-year-old on the list as a potential replacement for Konrad Leimer, who had been dealt a heavy blow in the summer, particularly by Bayern Munich.

Hot: In addition to Rose, Max Eberle is another former Gladbach player with the Bulls. Eberle recently confirmed that transfers from his former club could be a possibility. So far, “Causa Koné” is just a preliminary survey. The Frenchman is considered one of the most talented players in the Bundesliga in defensive midfield and is attracting interest from several top clubs. His contract with Borussia runs until 2025.

Report: English Top Club wants young BVB star Mokoko

The big English club Newcastle United is interested in young BVB star Youssouf Moukoko. This was reported by the English newspaper “Standard”. Accordingly, the club made an oral offer for the 18-year-old with an annual salary of €8.84m. This would be at least a higher bid than that of the BVB. Shortly before Christmas, Moukoko may have turned down an offer from Black and Yellow of an annual salary of six million euros and a ten million signing bonus. How the young star reacted to the offer from England is still open.

Youssouf Moukoko: Will the young star play in England soon?
Youssouf Moukoko: Will the young star play in England soon? (These: IMAGO / Laci Perenyi)

Report: Bundesliga club had Max Cruz slip up

After being kicked out of VfL Wolfsburg, striker Max Kreuz is still looking for a club. That almost changed because a prominent club in the Bundesliga held talks with Cruz. Read more about it here.

Barcelona may have been interested in Gladbach’s Marcus Thuram

FC Barcelona appears to be interested in Marcus Thuram from Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Bundesliga. This was reported by the Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo”. Thuram scored ten goals in the first half of the season and also showed a great performance for the French national team in the World Cup in Qatar. His contract at Gladbach only lasts until the end of the season. Accordingly, he can change for free in the summer. Great feature of clammy club from Catalonia.

Chelsea sign Kai Havertz

Joao Felix is ​​likely to move from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea. Sports website The Athletic and domestic transport official Fabrizio Romano reported it in unison. Accordingly, it should be a loan deal until the end of the season.

Joao Felix: The striker is expected to reinforce Chelsea's attacking weakness.
Joao Felix: The striker is expected to reinforce Chelsea’s attacking weakness. (Quil: Imago / Robin Baran)

The Madrilenians wanted to sell the Portuguese, who was willing to change, and charge a fee similar to the €127m they transferred to Benfica Lisbon in 2019. Now the amount is likely to amount to a loan that would bring the Spaniards around €11m.

At Chelsea, striker Felix is ​​adding to an attack that has been disappointing so far this season. He will also be a direct competitor to German international Kai Havertz, who has scored four goals for the Blues so far this season.

Felix’s contract with Atlético remains until 2026. Manchester United has also been traded as an interested party.

DFB forward Volkrog talks about his future

World Cup spotting Niklas Volkrug (29) from Werder Bremen is “not currently considering” a possible club change. “Just as I can hide other things, I can do that too – until, of course, there is something concrete on the table and that will also be attractive to us,” Volkrug said in the Kicker interview: “Then we have to talk. You can’t rule it out 100%. percent “.

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