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LIVE – The football transfer window: Lyon opens the door to the departure of Denayer, Marseille holds its tracks in defense

Jason Denayer (Olympique Lyonnais) et Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal)

PSG: Georginio Wijnaldum wants to be loaned to the Premier League
His situation at Paris Saint-Germain does not suit him. Arrived free this winter with the status of major player, Georginio Wijnaldum (31) is not considered by Mauricio Pochettino as an indisputable holder; the fault, among other things, of fairly disappointing performance below expectations. Thus, the Dutch midfielder would already like to leave the Rouge et Bleu this winter, at least temporarily. According to information from Sky Sport, the ex-Liverpool player is said to be keen to return to the Premier League, on loan, until the end of the season. Will the Parisian leaders be ready to let him go in January?AC Milan: Théo Hernandez soon extended?
Théo Hernandez, Ismael Bennacer and Rafael Leao will undoubtedly extend to AC MIlan. It is the sporting director of the Lombard club, Paolo Maldini, who explains: “We are in advanced discussions for the extensions of contracts of Théo Hernandez and Bennacer. We are also negotiating with Rafael Leao”. The French international and his two teammates are under contract until 2024 at AC Milan.Pau Lopez is an OM player (official)
The Marseille club has just announced that Pau Lopez has officially joined the ranks of OM. His option to buy was exercised, with the player’s agreement, after his 20 games with Marseille. Initially on loan from AS Roma, Pau Lopez will be permanently transferred on July 1, 2022, until June 30, 2026 And also :
-Griezmann wants to be in the long term with Atlético
-Gareth Bale ready to retire?
-Franck Ribéry proposed to a Brazilian club?
-Olympique Lyonnais does not intend to sell off Bruno Guimarães
-It’s official, Insigne will be joining Toronto this summer

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