Transfer Talk: Neymar to stay at Paris Saint-Germain ... for now

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Transfer Talk: Neymar to stay at Paris Saint-Germain ... for now

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Neymar available in summer after calling a truce

Brazilian star Neymar and Paris Saint-Germain have agreed that the striker will stay put in the French capital for now, but that the situation will be revisited during the summer, reports Marca.

In the last transfer window, Neymar -- still the 8th best forward in the world according to the ESPN FC 100 -- pushed for a move to Barcelona, but the Parisian club saw the Spanish giants' offer as insufficient.

PSG are said to have now lowered their demands, considering offers in the region of €180 million.

The decision seems the best outcome for both parties: The two can focus on the season ahead without the sideshow of the January transfer window, while Neymar knows he gets his move at the end of the season.

Juventus make their opening move for Willian

Serie A giants Juventus have made initial contact with Chelsea in an attempt to secure the January signing of Willian, reports the Express.

The 31-year-old's contract with the Blues comes to an end in the summer, but Chelsea do not want to sell him. And for good reason -- the Brazilian is in good form having played every game bar one, and Frank Lampard is a big fan of the right-sided attacking midfielder.

It is suggested that Willian would rather stay with Chelsea than work under Maurizio Sarri again, due to the style of football played by the Italian. Willian is however free to talk to other clubs in January, so Sarri will need to convince the Brazilian that he is the perfect player to help push Juventus towards another Serie A title.

Spurs have an offer rejected for Edin Dzeko

Tottenham Hotspur have had an offer for Bosnia and Herzegovina talisman Edin Dzeko rejected by AS Roma, as reported by Corriere Dello Sport.

They had touted the striker as a backup option for Harry Kane, but the Serie A outfit have responded stating that their frontman is not for sale.

Dzeko, 33, has been in the Italian capital since the summer of 2016 when he joined from Manchester City for €11m. He has scored 95 goals in 198 matches and added 40 assists.
Tap-ins

- Everton have made Carlo Ancelotti their number one managerial target, with the Italian sacked by Napoli on Tuesday, but they could face competition from Arsenal, says the Telegraph. Ancelotti was relieved of his duties despite a 4-0 win -- and after securing Champions League knockout qualification -- over Genk. Ancelotti is said to fancy a return to England, but he may want to assess all offers before committing.

- It is bad news for Manchester City, as their target Caglar Soyuncu has opened talks about signing a new contract with Leicester City, according to the Mail. Soyuncu has formed a formidable partnership with Jonny Evans this season and his seamless transition into the Premier League had attracted admiring glances from Pep Guardiola. It looks as though Pep may have to cast his net a bit wider, though.

- Inter are showing an interest in signing Barcelona pair Arturo Vidal and Ivan Rakitic, says Marca, with both starting for the Catalans on Tuesday night in their 2-1 win at the San Siro. Neither player has enjoyed a great deal of playing time this season and could fancy a move to Italy, particularly if it means a title challenge and Champions League football next season. Vidal appears to be the higher priority of the two.

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