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Juventus are exploring the possibility of signing Andres Iniesta.

The Barcelona playmaker is out of contract next summer and Juve are looking into signing him in the same way they did with Andrea Pirlo, offering him a chance to prolong his career in Serie A. (Tuttosport)

AC Milan and Inter Milan are both planning a January window swoop for Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Inter had been willing to pay €57m (£52m) for the Chilean this summer, but couldn’t prise him from the Allianz Arena.

But with Vidal’s contract set to expire in 2019, Bayern Munich could be more open to a deal in a few months’ time. (Tuttosport)

Paulo Dybala has decided to change agents, leaving Pier Paolo Triulzi and instead joining the clientele of his brother Gustavo, who lives in Barcelona. Could that be an omen for what might be to come for the Juventus forward? (Gazzetta Dello Sport)


The transfer window might be shut across most of Europe, but in Turkey it remains open, which means Fenerbahce could still move for Atletico Madrid striker Luciano Vietto.

The Argentine has fallen down the pecking order along with Nico Gaitan, who has been offered to all four Istanbul clubs as well. (AS)

Rafinha could leave Barcelona in the January transfer window as he looks to secure his place in the Spain squad for the 2018 World Cup, using the example of Gerard Deulofeu – who joined AC Milan only to return to the Nou Camp – to sell the move to the Catalans. (AS)

Former Barcelona presidential candidate Augusti Benedito believes the club’s board should resign, launching a vote of no confidence against them all, including under pressure president Josep Maria Bartomeu. (SPORT)

Pele says Neymar “needed” to move to Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona to “show what he’s capable of.” (Marca)

Agent Mino Raiola was at Barcelona’s training ground on Sunday to sign the club’s teenage star Xavi Simmons. The 14-year-old is considered one of the brightest players at La Masia. (SPORT)


Schalke coach Dominic Tedesco can “absolutely” imagine Benedikt Howedes returning to the Bundesliga club after his loan spell at Juventus is over.

The German international made the move to Serie A late in the window, despite Tedesco revealing he wanted the defender to stay. (Kicker)


It was a difficult transfer window for Barcelona and it ended in farce for the Catalans. Nice president Jean-Pierre Riviere has revealed a €40m (£36m) fee was agreed for Jean Michael Seri before Barca decided to pull the plug, with Josep Maria Bartomeu phoning to deliver the news himself.

“In the afternoon, Bartomeu called me, a little embarrassed, and said to me: ‘This is the first time that it has happened to us,” Riviere said. “Our staff have decided not to sign Seri, but it is not a financial issue’.” (Marca)

Hugo Lloris says France must “remain calm” after their astonishing 0-0 home draw against Luxembourg on Sunday night. (L’Equipe)


Fenerbahce are monitoring Porto midfielder Andre Andre, with the transfer window still open until September 8 in Turkey. The Istanbul club are also believed to be interested in Nikola Maksimovic of Valencia and Lyon’s Clement Grenier. (O Jogo)



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