Lionel Messi and Dele Alli have both been after exits previously and reports suggest PSG could be a potential landing spot.
Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp has spoken about Mohamed Salah’s transfer speculation and an exiled Arsenal star could take a big pay cut to leave.
Here is the latest Rumour Mill.
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PSG TO GO AFTER ALLI, MESSI IF POCHETTINO HIRED
The Sunreports that Mauricio Pochettino is set to offer Dele Alli a way out of Tottenham and he is not the only one.
PSG were one of the frontrunners to sign Alli during the summer but he ended up staying with the Spurs.
Alli has only started five games though and could do with a change of scenery after struggling to play his best football under Jose Mourinho.
Now Pochettino is poised to take the reigns at PSG following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel and The Sun reports Alli is his top priority in the upcoming January window.
Alli is not the only one either, with reports in France claiming that Poch is also looking to lure Lionel Messi in an attempt to reunite him with former Barca teammate Neymar.
That is according to Le Parisien, which claims Pochettino is keen to bring the pair together to form a lethal partnership up front.
Messi will be able to depart Nou Camp at the end of the season and is expected to look for a new home.
Reports suggest PSG hope Messi’s existing friendships and connections within the club will help secure a deal and lure him away from a potential reunion with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
KLOPP’S SALAH ADMISSION
Jurgen Klopp admitted he cannot force Mohamed Salah to stay but there is only one reason why the Liverpool boss himself would consider leaving.
“We could all look for something else if we wanted to, but for me the only reason to leave Liverpool at the moment is the weather!” Klopp joked.
“What other reason could there be? This is one of the biggest clubs in the world.”
The Reds are sitting on top of the ladder and it would be odd for Salah to leave the PL heavyweights.
However, he has been front and centre of transfer rumours with Real Madrid, Barca and PSG all possible destinations Salah has been linked to.
He has admitted the possibility of a future move to Spain but Klopp says at the moment Liverpool is the place to be.
“We pay the money, maybe not the most in the world but we pay good, we have a sensational stadium with outstanding supporters all over the world,” he continued.
“Our colours are red which is the nicest colour anyway, so where are the reasons?
“You cannot force people to stay. We never did, by the way. It’s all about timing, the right moment. We make changes and bring players in, and if a player wanted to go then we wouldn’t stand in the way. It’s just I don’t understand why they would want to.”
EXILED ARSENAL STAR’S SACRIFICE TO MAKE EARLY EXIT
Mesut Ozil is reportedly prepared to take a £200,000-a-week ($A350,000) wage cut to jet off from Arsenal for Turkey.
German publication Bild reports that Ozil held ‘secret talks’ with Fenerbahce as he eyes an early switch from Arsenal next summer.
Ozil has been frozen out of the Gunners squad since March despite the fact they are paying him £350,000-a-week ($A630,000).
Murat Zorlu, a club congress member for Fenerbahce, told Sport Digitale earlier this month:
“A source, who’s very well connected to the club told me Mesut Ozil is likely to become a Fenerbahce player during the next transfer window. I would say 90 per cent he will join us in one month.”
Arsenal broke through for a much-needed 3-1 win over Chelsea, ending a long winless run in the process.
Ozil still though remains out of favour and described the situation at the Gunners as “frustrating for everyone” in a recent Twitter Q&A session.
“Of course I would wish I could help the team especially right now, but as long as I don’t get the chance I just hope that we get better results very soon again,” he wrote.
SPURS EYE $79M MR FIX-IT
Meanwhile, Bild reporter Christian Falk says that Tottenham are interested in bringing over Marcel Sabitzer, who could be offloaded by RB Leipzig due to his wage demands.
Sabitzer is currently on an annual salary of £5.5million ($A10m) but would be a £45million ($A79m) target at Tottenham during the summer.
He starred against the Spurs in the Champions League last season and is highly versatile, capable of playing in multiple positions.
Sabitzer could therefore be useful in easing the workload of Harry Kane and Heung-min Son.