Talking Cock Session: Daily update on the latest club news and highlights

In our latest update talk cock sessions, we look at the latest club news for Mohamed Salah, Aaron Ramsdale, Sergio Reguilon, and Brandon Vazquez, gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

The Saudi Pro League will return in the summer to attempt to sign Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah

The Saudi Pro League will make a renewed attempt to sign Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.

They attempted to bring him in earlier in the year but Salah remained at Anfield, despite reports of his interest.

The Saudi Pro League will make renewed attempts to sign Mohamed Salah next summer with the Liverpool forward the main target in the cash-rich competition’s next phase of expansion.

Al Ittihad caused consternation at Anfield last summer by making a staggering £200 million bid for Salah late in the transfer window which Liverpool were ultimately able to resist, and a more strategic attempt to woo the Egyptian superstar is planned over the coming months.

The 31-year-old is viewed as an even more important transfer target for the SPL than Cristiano Ronaldo, who provided instant credibility when he joined Al Nassr after leaving Manchester United 12 months ago, as he remains at his peak and is an icon throughout the Arab world.

Salah will have 12 months left on his current £300,00-a-week contract next summer, leaving Liverpool with a stark choice between cashing in or offering him a mega deal to end his career at the club.

Chelsea could bring in Aaron Ramsdale from Arsenal as cover for Robert Sanchez

Following an injury to Robert Sanchez, The Sun reports that Chelsea are keen on signing Arsenal’s out-of-favour goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.

With David Raya currently the first choice for Mikel Arteta, Ramsdale has been linked with a move away.

Chelsea are preparing to step up their pursuit of Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale after Robert Sanchez suffered an injury during the Blues’ 2-0 defeat to Everton.

Spaniard Sanchez, 26, has started all 16 Premier League games for Mauricio Pochettino’s side so far this season following the departure of Edouard Mendy to Al Ahli and Kepa Arrizabalaga’s loan to Real Madrid.

Arsenal shot-stopper Ramsdale, 25, has been benched since the early stages of the new campaign following the arrival of David Raya from Brentford.

Mikel Arteta is thought to be reluctant to let him leave in the mid-season window as it would leave him with 21-year-old Karl Hein as his backup keeper.

Borussia Dortmund or Tottenham may bring Sergio Reguilon back from Manchester United

Sergio Reguilon’s loan spell at Manchester United could come to an end next month.

Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are looking to sign him, and Tottenham could want him back themselves.

Borussia Dortmund have enquired about Man Utd loanee Sergio Reguilon.

The Spanish left-back is currently on loan from Tottenham but a break clause would enable him to leave Old Trafford next month if an agreement was struck. Reguilon joined United on deadline day as an emergency signing after Luke Shaw was sidelined for two months through injury.

But now Shaw has returned to action and Reguilon has only completed 90 minutes once in the Premier League this season. United would like to keep the 27-year-old until the end of the campaign.

Fellow left-back Tyrell Malacia is also due to return to full fitness in early 2024. Reguilon only has 18 months left to run on his current deal at Tottenham.

Spurs may want to recall Reguilon to north London, given they are currently navigating a hefty injury list of their own, though Destiny Udogie has claimed the first-choice left-back slot and remains available. United are covering Reguilon’s full salary during his loan from Tottenham.

Brentford might be in the market for a left-back and a striker

Brentford are anticipating a busy transfer window, with Rico Henry out with injury and the club needing a left-back for cover.

US striker Brandon Vazquez is on Brentford’s New Year shopping list.

Brentford plans to sign a left-back in January as cover for the injured Rico Henry.

It is unlikely Henry will play again this season after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in September. He suffered the same injury to his right knee in 2017 and did not play for 14 months.

The Bees may be forced into the market next month, with Bryan Mbeumo and Kevin Schade also out injured and Ivan Toney still serving his betting ban.