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Todibo blow

According to reports, a new club has entered the race for Jean-Clair Todibo.

The Nice centre back is a target for Man Utd and Tottenham.

But now the Premier League giants face competition from Italians AC Milan, say RMC Sport.

However, the story adds that Todibo is not expected to move in the January transfer window.

Felix’s mega deal

Former Chelsea star Joao Felix has increased his salary by 900 per cent after signing a new Barcelona contract.

The forward signed for Barca on loan from Atletico Madrid in the summer.

He was initially given a salary of just £344,440 a year due to Barcelona’s financial struggles, with Felix happy to accept the wage cut to push through the deal.

Felix, 24, described his move to the Nou Camp as a “dream” and his commitment has now been rewarded with a lucrative new deal.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas revealed they had “multiplied the remuneration agreed between Felix and Barcelona by 10, for Fair Play purposes”.

That means the Portuguese could now be earning up to £3,444,400 per year, or £66,000 a week.

Sancho blow

Jadon Sancho appeared to be set for a move to Borussia Dortmund on loan.

However his Man Utd exile might be on hold.

Sky Sports understand the Red Devils want a significant fee upfront, as well as his wages paid.

He will have to wait that little bit longer for a Bundesliga return.

Lingard future

Former Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has reportedly offered himself to Barcelona.

The 31-year-old has been a free agent since leaving Nottingham Forest in June.

He briefly trained with Saudi Pro League side Al-Ettifaq last year, but was not offered a contract.

Lingard has since been training in Dubai while searching for another club.

And according to Spanish outlet Sport, he recently offered himself to Barcelona.

The former England star is hopeful that a move to the Nou Camp will help reignite his career.

Took Werner two minutes to join Spurs

Fabrizio Romano has reported that it took little to convince Timo Werner to join Spurs.

The forward needed just two minutes on the phone to Ange before being convinced by the project.

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Mbappe unimpressed by Madrid’s attempts to sign him

Kylian Mbappe is unimpressed by Real Madrid’s attempts to get him to sign a pre-contract this month.

The Madrid club have given him until the middle of this month to sign a pre-contract.

According to The Times, he would rather wait to become a free agent andattempt to join a Premier League side.

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