Transfer gossip: Speculation over Carvalho’s future continues


Transfer speculation in Wednesday’s papers involving area clubs…

Liverpool have once again been linked with Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho.

The sun say the Reds are considering a £5million offer for the youngster, whose contract expires in the summer. He turned down offers of a new contract.

The newspaper says West Ham and Leeds are among the other clubs interested in Carvalho.

Fulham would be entitled to compensation if a club signs him at the end of his contract without agreeing a compensation package with Los Blancos.

The bees hope for an agreement with Eriksen

Brentford are hoping to beat competition from other clubs to sign Christian Eriksen, The Times report.

The former Tottenham midfielder is a free agent after leaving Inter Milan, who canceled his contract because he is not allowed to play in the Italian top flight with a pacemaker he had fitted after he suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020.

Brentford, which has strong Danish connections, has held talks with Eriksen with a view to signing him to a contract until the end of the season.

The temperature say other Premier League clubs have made moves, with Newcastle and Leicester being among them.

Forest ‘want £18m for Johnson’

Brentford are missing out on Brennan Johnson’s valuation by Nottingham Forest £3m in their bids to sign the winger, according to the Daily Mail.

The Bees have indicated they are ready to pay £15million for Johnson, who has long been a transfer target.

Corn the mail say Forest want at least £18m for him plus 15% of any future selling fees.

QPR linked to Paterson

QPR are interested in reports from Jamie Paterson, Wales Online of Swansea.

The 29-year-old, who can play as a winger or a midfielder, is said to have been training with Swansea’s youth team amid a contract stalemate. His contract with the Welsh club expires at the end of the season.

It is claimed that he is likely to leave and that the R’s, Huddersfield and Blackburn are interested.


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