Burnley's Premier League rivals eye transfer deals - West Brom and Aberdeen news

The transfer window may be shut until next month – but there’s still plenty of gossip swirling around the web.

Sunday, 6th December 2020, 9:37 am
All of the latest Premier League transfer gossip from around the web

Ahead of the window re-opening this winter, clubs are already being linked with a number of potential new signings, as managers look to strengthen in order to achieve their campaign goals.

As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the Premier League – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip from around the internet:

Chris Wilder is keen to strengthen his squad in the New Year. “There are not going to be any permanent transfers, they are going to be loans,” Wilder said. “There have been discussions through agents and clubs. There are a couple of positions I would like us to improve on, one you definitely know about (defender), to help us.” (Various)

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England midfielder Jesse Lingard is ready to ask Manchester United to let him leave in January, with reported interest from a number of Premier League sides plus Scottish clubs Rangers and Celtic. (TeamTalk)
However, Manchester United are set to extend Lingard's contract by another year - despite his continuing first-team absence. (Star on Sunday)
Lech Poznan's sporting director has confirmed that his side are looking at potential replacements for Brighton loanee Jakub Moder on the assumption that his spell in Poland could be cut short by the Seagulls this January. (Interia Sport)
Former Liverpool defender Conor Coady, the 27-year-old Wolves and England centre-back, knew former Molineux team-mate and Portugal forward Diogo Jota would prove an immediate success at Anfield. (Liverpool Echo)
Newcastle's fixture against West Brom next Saturday is in the hands of "the medical people", according to Baggies boss Slaven Bilic. (Various)
Michael Brown has claimed Leeds United are in a “fantastic” position to cope with the change of transfer rules thanks to their academy set-up. Brown said: “They’ve got a great academy, the list goes on, it’s endless. You’ve got to say it’s a great catchment area that they’ve got and I think they will continue to do so.” (Football Insider)
Newcastle United are in talks with Sean Longstaff and Jacob Murphy over potential new deals at St James’s Park. (Various)
Newcastle United have been linked with a shock move for SPL striker Sam Cosgrove as a "back up forward". (Scottish Sun)