EXCL: Prem trio chase non-league star
Crystal Palace, Wolves and Brentford are eyeing Bromley midfielder Ben Krauhaus.
SunSport understands the Premier League trio were among ten clubs who ran the rule over the 19-year-old in last Saturday’s 5-1 win over Ebbsfleet.
Championship quartet Leicester, Norwich, Cardiff and Hull, as well as League One Oxford, all sent scouts to watch Krauhaus score twice.
Academy graduate Krauhaus has caught the eye with his performances this in recent months.
Got a good Gut feeling
United are prioritising a full-back in the January transfer window.And SunSport exclusively revealed Girona left-back Miguel Gutierrez is high on their wish list.The Red Devils sent scouts to watch the 22-year-old Spaniard in action for the high-flying LaLiga outfit. Erik ten Hag wants further reinforcement after terminating Sergio Reguilon’s loan from Spurs.
Brereton is back
Ben Brereton Diaz has moved to the Premier League – six months after leaving Blackburn.
The Chile international signed for Villarreal on a free transfer in the summer.
But after failing to score for the Spanish club in 12 appearances, he has now made a loan switch to Sheffield United.
And Chris Wilder will be hoping he can score the goals to keep the Blades in the Premier League.
Going on the Paul
Premier League clubs including Manchester United could make a transfer swoop for Paulo Dybala after his rumoured release clause was reported.
The Roma forward and World Cup winner is said to be available for just £10.35million until January 15.
Fabrizio Romano adds that the clause will also come back into effect for a month in July.
Dybala has long been linked with a move to England with United, Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle all linked over the years.
However, he has been in Italy since 2012 with Palermo, Juventus and now Roma.
St James’ to Saint-Germain?
PSG have identified Bruno Guimaraes as their No1 transfer target – but Newcastle boss Eddie Howe is determined to keep him.
Guimaraes, signed from Lyon for £43million in January of 2022, has emerged as one of the Magpies’ most important players.
Now PSG are interested in a swoop – with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Liverpool also linked.
But Guimaraes would not come cheap having signed a new five-year deal in October which is said to have included a £100m release clause.
Howe was probed on PSG’s reported interest and vowed to keep hold of his star man.
He said: “When you are talking about your best players you want to keep them at the football club as long as possible so that is certainly our aim.”
Thiago Silva could make an emotional return to Fluminense, according to reports.
The veteran defender, 39, is out of contract in the summer.
And he could prolong his career by heading back to his former employers.