International: Transfers: FCB wants to sell this player

The transfer window in the European leagues is closed, but the rumor mill is boiling. Who goes where? Which transfers are fixed? What are the rumours? The news and rumors of November 23rd.

Football is currently all about the World Cup in Qatar. That doesn’t mean European clubs are resting on the side, though. Even during the break, they do everything to improve their squads. at SPOX there are the current rumours.


Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain – in Europe there is a tug of war over the 16-year-old Brazilian Endrick. His club Palmeiras São Paulo is proving to be a tough negotiating partner. According to information from SPOX and GOAL Palmeiras is currently not ready for talks.

According to media reports, the striker, who will only turn 18 in July 2024 and can only then join a European club, would like to travel to Real and Co. soon to get an impression. However, this also requires the consent of Palmeiras. However, no agreements – including oral ones – are made during the trip.

His contract in Brazil runs until 2025, the release clause is said to be 60 million euros. Endrick’s father said in early November, “There hasn’t been a decision. We don’t have a preference yet, will decide in the next few months.”

Cristiano Ronaldo

He desperately wanted to leave in the summer, now he is: Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer part of Manchester United. Only: what now? Apparently, Chelsea are not planning to let the Portuguese change within the Premier League this time either. He reports that telegraph.

In the summer, the new owners had at least discussed it internally, but the then coach Thomas Tuchel vetoed it. The Blues signed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from FC Barcelona and are now said to have Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig in their sights for attack.

You can read here where else Ronaldo could go.

Robin Gosens

Bayer Leverkusen want to strengthen their squad in January, but in the case of Robin Gosens, nothing more than a loan deal seems to be possible. The German professional from Inter Milan has long been associated with the factory club, which has loud sports picture but not the financial means for a permanent commitment.

Bayer cannot meet the apparently required transfer fee of 20 million euros. Outputs are only possible through previous sales. The 28-year-old switched to Inter on loan from Atalanta Bergamo in early 2022, and a purchase obligation of 27.4 million euros will apply in summer 2023. The Milanese probably don’t want to get involved in a loan.

Rouven Schroeder

After retiring from Schalke 04, Rouven Schröder is currently recovering in the USA, but the next job seems to be waiting for the manager on the horizon – at RB Leipzig. As the sports picture reported, there would be contact between Schröder and the Saxons, although so far nothing has been specifically planned or negotiated and the 47-year-old apparently does not want to work again until summer. Accordingly, a Bundesliga comeback for the winter break would not be an option for him.

What speaks for an early employment in Leipzig: Max Eberl, who joins RB as Managing Director Sport in December, thinks highly of Schröder. Apparently he would have liked to have brought him to Borussia Mönchengladbach in 2019 – when that didn’t work, Eberl is said to have suggested him as his successor in early 2022.

Konrad Laimer

Hot Bayern rumor! Noisy picture Konrad Laimer will come to Munich from RB Leipzig on a free transfer in the summer of 2023. According to reports, there is already a verbal agreement. Julian Nagelsmann wanted to get the Austrian midfielder last summer, but given the expiring contract and the RB demand of around 30 million euros, FCB did not go to the full. Laimer should reject an extension in Leipzig, as well as a move to Chelsea.

Bouna Sarr

FC Bayern apparently wants to get full-back Bouna Sarr off the payroll in winter. Again table football reported, the 30-year-old was told by those responsible to look for a new club. But there are several problems.

On the one hand, Sarr is currently out with a knee injury, on the other hand, his salary in Munich is a high hurdle for many potential buyers, which is why a departure last summer is said to have failed. The Senegalese is only the third choice for the German record champions on the right side of defense behind Benjamin Pavard and Noussair Mazraoui.

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