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Transfer news LIVE: Ronaldo makes Saudi Arabia stance clear with Bellingham ready for move

Cristiano Ronaldo has responded to speculation regarding his next club after leaving Manchester United, while Liverpool want World Cup star Sofyan Amrabat, who Jurgen Klopp has already held talks over

The topic of Cristiano Ronaldo‘s next club continues to dominate the gossip columns ahead of the January transfer window.

The now ex-Manchester United megastar had reportedly struck an eye-watering deal with Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr worth £173million per year, but he’s since denied those claims. Ronaldo spoke out after he was sensationally dropped for Portugal‘s resounding 5-1 victory over Switzerland in the World Cup round of 16.

Elsewhere, England star Jude Bellingham continues to garner acclaim thanks to his performances for the Three Lions, while Arsenal weighing up how to deal with Gabriel Jesus‘ serious knee injury. Liverpool are also in the hunt for January reinforcements, with Morocco‘s Sofyan Amrabat on their radar and Jurgen Klopp reportedly having already met his entourage.

There’s plenty more to keep an eye on, with the transfer window just over three weeks away.

Arsenal urged to make Toney move

Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has urged his former club to make a move for Ivan Toney in January following Gabriel Jesus’ injury.

“The problem you’re going to have in January is who’s available? I’ve always said Ivan Toney of Brentford. I’d go and try to get him if I could. I don’t think you’ll get him in this window but he’s who I’d go for,” he told Sports Lens.

“I think he’s similar to Ian Wright the way he plays and scores his goals. I know Marcus Thuram at Borussia Mönchengladbach could be available because his contract is up at the end of the year.”

Barcelona rule out De Jong sale

Barcelona director Jordi Cruyff has ruled out selling Manchester United target Frenkie de Jong.

“Today this is not being talked about. In football there are moments and sometimes they are not defined solely by football issues. The fair play situation,” he told Sport.

“Not everyone understands what it is, there are changes every week, but there are situations and decisions that are not just football things. But time has passed and he has an important role.

“The reality is that Frenkie has stayed, he is a loved player, people expect a lot from him because he is very talented and a slightly different player.

“There was the possibility because good players are always wanted by good teams, it works like that. The reality is that he is here and he is playing an important role.”

Chelsea sent Santos warning

Vasco da Gama director of football Paulo Bracks has bullishly warned Chelsea that Andrey Santos has a “strong contract” with the Brazilian club.

“The whole world wants Andrey. But he’s from Vasco, he has a contract with us, a strong contract,” Bracks told ESPN.

“He should go to a South American Under-20 championships [for Brazil], and I can’t guarantee what will happen to him. [I hope he] stays with us, this year, in this Serie A project of ours, but he is an athlete who, on the market shelf, is being very targeted.”

Arsenal warned off Ronaldo move

David Seaman has urged Arsenal not to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, with the superstar now a free agent.

“There’s even been talk about Ronaldo. I know I went on the Piers Morgan show and I said yeah I’d have him. Don’t think I would now if I’m honest,” he told Seaman Says.

“I don’t know what’s happening with his attitude. I see him come off for Portugal [against South Korea] and he starts swearing, or whatever he did to the manager, and stuff like that, and I’m thinking hang on a minute, this is Ronaldo.

“You’re the best player in the world, you don’t really need to be acting like this. The harmony at the club and togetherness is brilliant.”

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