- Michael Olise was set to move to Stamford Bridge last summer but opted to stay
- Davies’s contract with the German champions runs out at the end of next season
- NOBODY can fill Jurgen Klopp’s shoes… but Xabi Alonso can go anywhere he wants. If Liverpool are smart they will ask him to come to Anfield – It’s All Kicking Off
It has been one of the quietest – and strangest – January transfer windows in recent years.
Clubs have been reluctant to spend, with the threat of hefty penalties looming if they happen to go beyond their means.
But there are still a few days and we’ll see how disciplined teams really are as they risk leaving their squads short going into the second half of the campaign.
Here, Mail Sport takes a look at the latest transfer gossip on Sunday morning.
Michael Olise signed a new contract with Crystal Palace in the summer following interest from Chelsea
Xabi Alonso is the favourite to take over from Jurgen Klopp at Anfield following his shock decision to leave the club
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Chelsea are interested in signing Crystal Palace star Michael Olise this summer. The 22-year-old looked on the verge of moving to Stamford Bridge six months ago after the Blues activated a release clause in his contract but he opted to stay a renew his deal. However, Olise prefers a Manchester United move. (Football.London)
Bayer Leverkusen are ‘remain optimistic’ of keeping hold of in-demand manager Xabi Alonso and assume he will stay with the club beyond the summer. The Spaniard is the favourite to take over from Jurgen Klopp at Anfield. (Sky Germany)
Kasper Schmeichel, 37, is a target for Nottingham Forest this month – but they could have to sell before they buy amid charges for allegedly breaching Premier League spending rules. (Mail Sport)
Chelsea and Manchester City are among the clubs monitoring Alphonso Davies’ contract situation at Bayern Munich. The Canadian left-back’s current deal is due to expire in the summer of 2025 and talks over an extension are yet to reach a positive conclusion. (The Mirror)