Euro papers: Christian Eriksen hopes Real Madrid renew interest in him in January

The season may only be a couple weeks clubs around Europe are plotting for the January transfer window.
So we asked our friends at Football Whispers to round up all of of the latest news and gossip .
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen expects Real Madrid renew their interest in him in January. The Dane has stated that his desire. (Marca)
Spain’s national team coach Roberto Moreno has verified the FA are attempting to nationalise Barcelona prodigy Ansu Fati. The 16-year-old, who was born in Guinea Bissau, became Barca’s youngest ever scorer before this season and scored his next – and helping the following – in Saturday’s 5-2 win over Valencia. “The folks of the Spanish FA are operating on it to bring Ansu Fati and then it is going to be the decision of the player,” Moreno advised Movistar+. (Marca)
Former Barcelona ahead Paco Alcacer says that he had been medicated’very poorly’ at the Nou Camp during his stay. The Spaniard joined Borussia Dortmund on loan at the beginning of last season before making the switch lasting in January as well as speaking ahead of their clubs’ Champions League assembly, said:”I have respect for a lot of people and several coworkers, as lots of individuals at Barcelona treated me very well and others very poorly.” (Cadena Ser)
Real Madrid have revealed in their account that they anticipate their entire wage bill to raise by $62m (#55.3m) to the upcoming financial period following a summer where they made six mature signings and saw players who’d been out on loan – James Rodriguez being one instance – return into the Bernabeu. (AS)
Milan competitions Inter and AC will battle it out to sign Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic that is out-of-favour this January. The 31-year-old has played just 89 minutes of Premier League action this season. (Corriere dello Sport)
At one point Juventus’ French midfielder Blaise Matuidi was excess to requirements in Turin and the Bianconeri actively sought to market the 31-year-old. However, things have now changed. Now the World Cup winner will be offered a contract extension by the Italian champions. (Calciomercato)
Inter sporting manager Piero Ausilio claims the Nerazzurri have not opened contract talks with early forwards Lautaro Martinez despite the 22-year-old’s impressive start to the year. “We’re contented with the operation of Lautaro,” Ausilio informed DAZN. “The renewal of this contract is not a thing on the schedule, it is a really young man who has a four-year contract . We’ll have time to get your contract.” (Tuttomercato)
RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner had seemed set to join Bayern Munich with all parties. Crucially Bayern’s sporting leadership Hasan Salihamidzic did the Germany remained at RBL where a contract has been signed by him. (Suddeutsche Zeitung)
West Ham striker Sebastien Haller had been regarded as a choice for Bayern Munich but the Bavarians, considered too expensive the forward, who joined the Hammers for # 45m. (TZ)
Real Madrid will come back with a offer for Kylian Mbappe. The World Cup winner has been convinced to stay Paris Saint-Germain for the following season by his entourage but is desperate to join Los Blancos who, even with the assistance of a $285m (#254m) loan, which will have the capacity to produce a sale happen. (Le10Sport)
Monaco’s former Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas says that he constantly felt the potential return of Neymar to the Catalan club has been’hard’ . “I always thought Neymar’s yield to Barcelona was quite difficult,” the Spaniard said. “Not only because Barca, PSG or even Neymar didn’t want it to occur, but since it costs too much. Barcelona has made investments they have taken along with the players’ wages are extremely large. I played Neymar, he is a humble man, with an unbelievable talent.” (RMC Sport)
Inter Miami CF, david Beckham’s Major League Soccer franchise, are interested in creating Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale among the marquee signings. (Maxifoot)
The door shut on a mortgage deal. (France Football)

Read more here: