Tottenham are reportedly in talks to sign Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose, while Dani Ceballos could be leaving Arsenal.
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According to reports, Spurs are in talks to sign Real Sociedad's Willian Jose with just over a week to go until the transfer window closes.
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Krzysztof Piatek, Islam Slimani and Fernando Llorente have all been linked but Tottenham have now set their sights on 28-year-old Willian Jose, reports the Guardian.
The Brazilian was left out of his side's Copa del Rey clash with Espanyol on Thursday (AEDT) and could now be headed for north London.
Talks are underway, the Guardian states, although Spurs could be forced to contemplate meeting Willian Jose's €70 million (A$113 million) release clause as Sociedad seek adequate compensation.
The one-time Real Madrid man has scored eight La Liga goals this term after reaching double figures in each of the previous three seasons.
- Dani Ceballos has asked Real Madrid to terminate his Arsenal loan and find him a move elsewhere, according to Spanish radio station Cadena SER.
- The Gunners are set to suffer another blow as Ligue 1 outfit Lyon prepare to confirm the €25 million (A$40 million) signing of rumoured Atletico Madrid target Bruno Guimaraes, reports L'Equipe.
- Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich will allow Philippe Coutinho to return to Barcelona at the end of his loan spell if, as desired, the Bundesliga giants land Leroy Sane and Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz, reports Bild.
- After sealing a deal for Reinier Jesus, Madrid could return to raid Flamengo for 19-year-old forward Lincoln, says Mundo Deportivo.
- Leicester City plan to bolster their Champions League ambitions by splashing £15 million (A$29 million) on Southampton centre-back Jannik Vestergaard, according to The Sun.
- Serie A side Milan have submitted an 18-month loan offer for Manchester City-linked Florentino Luis, claims CalcioMercato. The 20-year-old defensive midfielder plays for Benfica.