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Transfer Rumours 26/09: Chelsea open to Kante exit, Arsenal & Spurs to battle for Coutinho, Madrid target Soyuncu

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Chelsea are willing to let N'Golo Kante leave next summer
Chelsea are willing to let N'Golo Kante leave next summer / James Chance/Getty Images
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The summer window may have shut, but the air is still thick with transfer rumours as clubs continue to monitor targets, already looking forward to the January window.

Some big names, including Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland could be on the move in the coming few months, and we're here to keep you posted on the latest transfer rumours.

With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.


Chelsea open to Kante exit

Chelsea are reportedly open to letting N'Golo Kante leave in 2022, according to Fichajes.
The Frenchman is currently contracted to the Blues until 2023, but is yet to agree on a new deal. The report claims that Chelsea will look to sell Kante rather than lose him for free.


Arsenal & Spurs to battle for Coutinho

Arsenal and Tottenham are reportedly set to battle for Philippe Coutinho in January, according to El Nacional.
Barcelona are willing to loan out the Brazilian in order to continue cutting their wage bill, and both Premier League clubs are keen on bringing the attacking midfielder back to England.


Madrid target Soyuncu

Real Madrid are reportedly interested in Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu, according to Defensa Central.
The report claims that Los Blancos are likely to move for the 25-year-old when the transfer window reopens, and Brendan Rodgers' side could accept a bid in the region of £39m for the Turkish international.


Ronaldo targets coaching role at United

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to finish his career at Manchester United and taking up a coaching role at the club which may allow him to oversee his son's progress.
According to the Daily Mail, who quote the Sun, the 36-year-old wants to continue at the club by becoming a part of the coaching staff for the Red Devils' youth teams in order to coach his son, Cristiano Jr., through the ranks.

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