Quick links

Premier League

Transfer talk: Featuring Morata, Ramsey and Suarez

Transfer news from Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, Fulham, Manchester United and Everton.

Alvaro Morata is going nowhere in January. The Real Madrid striker has been linked with loan moves to both Arsenal and Tottenham in January - but the Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has now categorically denied the rumours suggesting he could be on the way out:

"I say, some clubs are interested but the subject is closed. I can honestly say that Xabi Alonso is the key to this team. Morata remains with us because we need a footballer like him at Real Madrid this season. Although he has not played many matches this season I have confidence in his work for the team."

Barcelona are reportedly watching Arsenal breakout star Aaron Ramsey - according to the Daily Mail.

They suggest that Barca scouts are taking a keen interest in the Welshman and have watched him feature for Wales twice as well as for The Gunners in their last four games.

Wenger has previously intimated that Ramsey would not be sold even if a team bid £50 million for the player.

Manchester United are reportedly ready to let Anderson and Ashley Young leave the club in January - as David Moyes looks to shake things up at Old Trafford.

The two have underperformed at the club for a while now - while Javier Hernandez could also consider a move away from the club.

Alex Buttner is set for the chop, if United get hold of Leighton Baines, while Ilkay Gundogan is also a transfer target.

Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen is adamant that he can keep hold of Dimitar Berbatov. The Bulgarian’s agent stated yesterday that his client was unhappy at Craven Cottage - but the striker put in perhaps his best performance of the season v Tottenham last night.

Luis Suarez has ended rumours linking him with a move away from the Premier League this summer. He has been heavily linked with Real Madrid recently - and after his sensational performance against Norwich City last night that interest would have peaked.

However he stated:

“I am happy to be in the Premier League, the best league there is .I'm happy here and I will stay.”

image: © carlos rm

FIFA World Cup 2018FIFA 2018 World Cup Russia - click here for all of our coverage...

Register for HITC Sport - Daily Dispatch