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International football remains in the spotlight this weekend with England taking on Germany at Wembley while Wales are in action later today against Poland.

The Premier League is due to return next weekend and Leeds United will be back in action when they host Aston Villa at Elland Road.

Away from the action on the pitch, there’s a lot of talk surrounding transfer news as the January window draws closer and closer and clubs continue to plan moves to bolster their squads for the second half of the countryside and beyond.

Here are the Premier League transfer stories that made headlines on Sunday morning:

Jude Bellingham could leave Borussia Dortmund for £83million next summer, if the full fee is paid upfront, and Manchester City are confident they will win the battle to sign the England midfielder from Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. (The sun)

Aston Villa goalkeeper Emi Martinez has become a target for Atletico Madrid in the event of Jan Oblak loss (Mirror)

Manchester United will be looking to trigger a 12-month extension to Marcus Rashford’s contract if they fail to agree a new deal for the England international. (daily star)

Everton midfielder Allan has agreed a deal to join Middle East side Al-Wahda (Football Insider)

EFL Championship side Wigan Athletic are in talks to sign former Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United full-back Danny Rose, who is a free agent after leaving Watford in the summer. (The sun)

Chelsea are ready to pay £30m for 17-year-old Fulham starlet Luke Harris (Mirror)

Arsenal saw Rennes midfielder Lovro Majer again on Thursday when he played for Croatia against Denmark (Mirror)

Newcastle United plan to submit a new offer for James Maddison in January, having failed to land the playmaker from Leicester City in the summer after submitting bids worth up to £50m. (Football Insider)

Leeds United are interested in signing Empoli left-back Fabiano Parisi who could be sold for between £8m and £10m and are also interested in Serie A sides Juventus and Lazio (Caught offside)

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