Transfer Updates (February 11) – Wolves for Felix, Chelsea to demand Kessie move

Transfer Updates (February 11) – Wolves for Felix, Chelsea to demand Kessie move

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be named the full-time manager of Manchester United – but the club may not announce it until the end of the season. (Source: Sun)

Manchester United want to sign Fulham‘s Ryan Sessegnon, with the left-sided England Under-21 player stalling on a new contract. (Source: Mirror)

Manager Rafael Benitez has backed Paraguay midfielder Miguel Almiron, to make an instant impact at Newcastle after his record move. (Source: Guardian)

Joao Felix

Wolves are favourites to sign Portugal Under-21 player Joao Felix, with manager Nuno Espirito Santo keen on the 19-year-old Benfica midfielder. (Source: Mirror)

Chelsea will demand Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, in return if AC Milan attempt to sign France midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, permanently. (Source: Daily Star)

French full-back Faitout Maouassa, was “not ready” to move to Newcastle last month but says it would be a dream to play in the Premier League one day. (Source: L’Equipe via Newcastle Chronicle)

Matthijs De Ligt

Juventus are reportedly leading the pack for Ajax youngster Matthijs de Ligt, despite Barcelona, Manchester City and Liverpool chasing the 19-year-old defender. (Source: Calciomercato)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has identified Leeds’ English winger Jack Clarke, as a priority target for the summer transfer window. (Source: Express)

Groningen and Morocco winger Mimoun Mahi, who had been linked with a move to Leeds United, seems set to move instead to FC Zurich. (Source: Fox Sports via Football Oranje)

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