Saturday transfer gossip: Griezmann, Ronaldo, Gakpo, Isco, Amrabat, Rabiot, Bellingham

Manchester United plan to move to of Atlético de Madrid 31-year-old striker Antoine Griezmann, World Cup winner with France in 2018 and runner-up in 2022. (Mediafoot – in French)external link

real Madrid joined the race to sign 23 PSV Eindhoven and Dutch winger Cody Gakpo, who has been linked with Manchester United and Newcastle. (shimmer)external link

Manchester United want to sign Gakpo, who scored three goals at the 2022 World Cup, in January as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. (Telegraph – subscription required)external link

wolves attempt to sign five-time Champions League winner Isco from Seville. The 30-year-old former Real Madrid midfielder – capped 38 times by Spain – is also wanted by Juventus, Naples and AstonVilla. (Todofichajes – in Spanish)external link

It could be a busy January transfer window for Wolves, who want to bring in up to six new players when it opens. The club’s new Spanish manager, Julen Lopetegui, has indicated he wants to add more British players to the squad. (Timetables – subscription required)external link

wolves want to sign that of Manchester United England right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 25. (Express & Star)external link

Reported liverpool and Tottenham transfer goalexternal link Sofyan Amrabat, 26, ‘woke’ Europe’s top clubs with his performances for Morocco at the World Cup, according to the Fiorentina midfield brother. (From Telegraaf, via Talksport)external link

Everton will join the race to sign from Ajax Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus, 22, during the January transfer window. (Ekrem Konour on Twitter)external link

from Napoli Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, 21, the £50million-rated Georgia winger, has emerged as a transfer target for Newcastle United. (Timetables – subscription required)external link

Juventus and French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 27, has expressed a desire to join Barcelona. (Sport)external link

Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, could be about to announce his retirement, says Patrice Evra, who played with the Portuguese striker at Manchester United. Ronaldo is without a club after leaving United in November. (Air Sports)external link

Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are all interested in City of Birmingham midfielder Jobe Bellingham, the 17-year-old younger brother of England midfielder Jude. (Team Testimonial)external link

Leicester, wolves and West Ham are among the teams interested in 22-year-old Moroccan midfielder Azzedine Ounahi after he caught the eye at the World Cup. Ounahi has been playing in Ligue 1 since Angers. (Air Sports)external link

American midfielder Malik Tillman, 20, has hinted that he wants to stay at Rangers on a permanent contract if the club can agree an agreement with Bayern Munich next summer. (Timetables – subscription required)external link

real Madrid are interested in Cruzeiro’s 17-year-old Brazilian striker Vitor Roque, but they face competition from Barcelona​​Paris Saint Germain and chelsea. (AS – in Spanish)external link

Ethan Mbappe, the 15-year-old younger brother of Frenchman Kylian, made his debut for Paris St Germain the senior team in a 2-1 friendly victory against Paris FC on Friday. (Jock)external link

Manchester United had an offer rejected by Independent Valley for 15-year-old Ecuadorian midfielder Kendry Paez. (Olé – in Spanish)external link

Christopher Vivell, 35, will be the new technical director of chelsea after leaving RB Leipzig in October. (Fabrizio Romano on Twitter)external link

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