Football transfer rumours: Man Utd scrap January plans; Liverpool consider Phillips

  • Jadon Sancho likely to join Juventus if he moves in January
  • Chelsea eye move for out-of-favour Arsenal star
  • Plus news on Jamal Musiala, Alphonso Davies, Julian Alvarez and more
Read more about Tuesday's headlines below
Read more about Tuesday's headlines below / James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images, Marc Atkins/Getty Images

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world...

Manchester United will look to bring in a new low-cost centre-back during the January transfer window, shelving immediate plans to pursue their top targets of Goncalo Inacio, Jean-Clair Todibo and Marc Guehi. (Football Insider)

In terms of outgoings, Manchester United are open to letting Jadon Sancho leave, with his time at Old Trafford '90% over'. (Fabrizio Romano)

Should Sancho depart Manchester United, then Juventus are likely to bring him in, moving ahead of Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund in the race for his signature. (Sky Sport Germany)

Chelsea are interested in signing Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, who has lost his place in the starting lineup to summer arrival David Raya. (Ben Jacobs)

Another player on Chelsea's radar is Inter centre-back Alessandro Bastoni, who is also wanted by Manchester City. (Daily Mirror)

Jamal Musiala is weighing up whether to leave Bayern Munich, though an exit would be unlikely to occur until 2025. Should he decide to take on a new challenge, he would be interested in joining Manchester City or Real Madrid. (Sky Sport Germany)

Jamal Musiala, Alphonso Davies
Could Musiala and Davies leave Bayern Munich? / Matthias Hangst/GettyImages

One man who could make the switch from Bayern Munich to Real Madrid sooner is Alphonso Davies, with Los Blancos' chief scout Juni Calafat identifying him as his 'dream' defensive signing. (BILD)

Manchester City believe they can convince Julian Alvarez to stay at the club despite increasing interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid. (Football Insider)

Kalvin Phillips is far more likely to leave Manchester City in the near future, with Liverpool considering a swoop for the England international. The midfielder is also being monitored by Bayern Munich and Juventus. (Sky Sport Germany)

Real Madrid would like to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga on a permanent deal from Chelsea, but are only willing to pay £8.7m. This would represent a loss of over £60m to the Blues. (La Defensa)

Tottenham have been impressed by the recent performances of Uruguay centre-back Sebastian Caceres, who has become a key figure under Marcelo Bielsa for the national team. (Football Insider)