Premier League Transfer News Tuesday 2 December

Diego Godin Manchester United transfer newsManchester United are being linked with Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin after being rebuffed in their efforts to sign Mats Hummels. An un-named Qatar side are reported to have bid £9.5m for United transfer target Abdul Majeed Waris.

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Arsenal have been told they will have to pay big money if they want to sign Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk. Arsenal are expected to part with strikers Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell in the January transfer window.

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Former Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has announced he is leaving New York Red Bulls and is being linked with a return to the Emirates.

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Manchester City’s hopes of retaining Frank Lampard until the end of the season hinge on their Champions League campaign. Manuel Pellegrini will wait until after next week’s decisive clash with Roma before making any decision on Lampard’s future.

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard will move abroad if he fails to agree a new deal at Anfield.

Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah is being linked with a January loan move. Sunderland, QPR, Stoke City and Everton are all interested.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has admitted that Danny Ings could quit Turf Moor in January despite having been offered a new contract with the club. Newcastle United are being linked with a £3m bid, according to the Daily Mirror, while the Daily Express speculates that Southampton could be in with a bid of £7m.

Swansea City boss Gary Monk has ruled out an exit for striker Wilfried Bony and once again he has used the phrase “astronomical fee” to describe the kind of money the Swans would accept for the Ivory Coast international.

QPR are keen to offer a new deal to striker Charlie Austin. Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are both being linked with possible moves.

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Sweeper-keeper Neuer is at it again.