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Transfer Talk: Premier League clubs circle for Stuttgart hotshot Guirassy
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Serhou Guirassy could move to England in January
Serhou Guirassy could move to England in January

Manchester United and Newcastle are keen on signing Stuttgart phenomenon Serhou Guirassy in January.

The Guinea striker has been in superb form in the Bundesliga this season, scoring 15 goals in just 10 appearances at a better rate than Harry Kane.

And The Guardian report that the 27-year-old has a buy-out clause worth just £15.1million.

Erik ten Hag is keen on signing cover for summer recruit Rasmus Hojlund, who is yet to score or assist in the Premier League.

And it is reported that the Red Devils have made contact with Guirassy's agents to sound out a potential move.

Eddie Howe's Newcastle are also keen as they attempt to navigate an injury crisis that has badly affected their Champions League campaign.

The former Rennes hotshot revealed last month that a move to England would be difficult to turn down.

He said: "I cannot hide these things — everyone knows the Premier League is one of the most competitive leagues in the world.

"But at this time I don't close any doors. There are some very big teams in Europe and it’s not focused only on the Premier League."

In other news

Kalvin Phillips could leave Manchester City in January
Kalvin Phillips could leave Manchester City in January

The Daily Mail report that Juventus are lining up a move for Manchester City's Kalvin Phillips, while 90min reiterate Newcastle's interest in the midfielder.

Brentford manager Thomas Frank says he expects Ivan Toney to remain at the club beyond the end of the January transfer window, according to The Standard.

Sky Sports state Ange Postecoglou expects Tottenham to sign a midfielder in January with several players injured or competing in the Africa Cup of Nations.


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