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Mbappe’s decision made; Arsenal & Chelsea compete for Osimhen

Mykhailo Mudryk could have been given a lifeline in January

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Kylian Mbappe has made up his mind about his future and it will Real Madrid next for the France superstar. (Le Parisien)

Arsenal could rival Chelsea in the hunt for Napoli striker Victor Osimhen. (Mirror)

Barcelona, Liverpool and Chelsea are set to be disappointed when Leroy Sane signs a new contract with Bayern Munich instead of moving on. (SPORT)

One club who has already been disappointed is Al Hilal, with Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes rejecting a move to the Saudi Pro League club during January. (Record)

The future of Erik ten Hag at Manchester United could be determined by the summer transfer budget after the club ignored pleas to sign a striker in January. (Mirror)

Manchester City are on course to sign Joshua Kimmich from Bayern Munich. (Mail)

Bayern Munich had considered a loan move for Chelsea flop Mykhailo Mudryk towards the end of the recent transfer window. (Mail)

Mykhailo Mudryk could have been given a lifeline in January

Mykhailo Mudryk could have been given a lifeline in January / Vince Mignott/MB Media/GettyImages

Barcelona might have to sell key defender Ronald Araujo in summer due to financial concessions, with the Uruguayan previously a target for Manchester United and Bayern Munich. (SPORT)

Barcelona are hoping to lower the €25m asking price set by Manchester City for Joao Cancelo. The already on-loan full-back only wants to join the Catalans. (Juan Jimenez Salvado)

Arsenal are tipped to offer a new contract to Takehiro Tomiyasu. (Fabrizio Romano)

Albert Sambi Lokonga’s time at Arsenal is up and they will sell the Belgian in summer. He is currently on loan at Luton. (Football Insider)

Manchester City are scouting 18-year-old Tottenham talent Tyrese Hall. (Football Transfers)

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