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, Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja, Victor Osimheno, and Mason Greenwood, gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

Conor Gallagher could yet swap Chelsea for Tottenham before the January transfer window closes

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Tottenham could make a late move for Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher before the deadline on February 1.

Spurs had attempted to sign the England international in the summer but were unwilling to pay the £50m asking price.

Now, however, Spurs may find their chances of agreeing a fee are possibly with Chelsea willing to sell their academy graduate to help comply with FFP rules.

As a homegrown product, the sale of Gallagher would count as pure profit for Todd Boehly’s free-spending Chelsea as they try to stay within Financial Fair Play limits.

Chelsea also rejected a £42m offer from West Ham United last summer for the 23-year-old, who has 11 England caps.

Under Mauricio Pochettino, Gallagher has been a key cog for Chelsea this season and has captained the side on occasion.

Chelsea are looking to offload Armando Broja with Wolves and Fulham interested

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Fulham or Wolves could yet reach an agreement with Chelsea for striker Armando Broja before the January transfer window ends.

Chelsea are after a new No 9, and while they could wait to sign Victor Osimhen in the summer, be it this window or the next the Blues will need to raise funds.

Chelsea want £50m for Broja, although both Wolves and Fulham are reluctant to pay that amount, hoping a figure below £35m could tempt Chelsea into negotiations. Any move would likely be a loan with a view to a permanent transfer in the summer.

West Ham had a £33m bid for Broja rejected in the summer but are unlikely to reignite their interest in the 22-year-old. Broja has scored just two goals in 19 appearances for Chelsea since returning from his serious knee injury last year.

The Blues are ready to offload him this month without securing an immediate replacement. Chelsea could wait until the summer before bringing in a top-level striker, with Victor Osimhen ready to leave Napoli this summer and open to a move to Stamford Bridge.

Alternative targets including Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Brighton’s Evan Ferguson have also been discussed, with Osimhen being considered as an option to replace Kylian Mbappe at Paris Saint-Germain if he moves to Real Madrid.

Napoli set £112M asking price for Chelsea and Real Madrid target Victor Osimhen ahead of this summer departure

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Napoli will ask for £112 million for their star striker Victor Osimhen this summer, the value of his transfer release clause.

Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with the Nigeria international.

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed Victor Osimhen will leave the club this summer,” the report begins.

The superstar striker is hot property on the transfer market after guiding Napoli to their first Serie A title in over 30 years.

The 25-year-old penned a new deal in Naples last month, but it is said to include a release clause of £112m.

And it looks like Napoli is willing to cash in on the star as De Laurentiis has explained he already knows Osimhen is leaving.

He said: ‘We knew he would go to Real Madrid, PSG or a top English club.

Speaking earlier in the week, Osimhen said: “The rumour is going around about me linked with the Premier League. Of course, when you’re one of the hottest strikers in the world you expect this type of thing, it’s one of the biggest and best leagues in the world.

For me, I’m with Napoli, signed a new contract and enjoying my time there with the team, at the end of the season I’ve already made up my mind, and I already know what I want to do in my career.

Since I’ve started, I’ve been the one making my own decisions on everything and it’s working out well for me. I already know the next step I want to take so for now I just want to finish the season strong.

Osimhen scored 31 goals for Napoli last season which helped the club to their first Scudetto title since 1990.

Chelsea and Arsenal are two Premier League clubs reportedly interested in Osimhen’s signature, with both clubs expected to target a new talisman in the summer.

Manchester United wants £100M for Greenwood and Co

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Manchester United are hoping to make £100m in the sale of academy products alone this summer in a list including Mason Greenwood.

Greenwood is currently on loan at Getafe and this interest in Spain extends to Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Valencia all considering a permanent transfer for the 22-year-old striker.

United would also be willing to sell Scott McTominay and hope West Ham will come back in for the midfielder at the end of the season. Hannibal Mejbri and Alvaro Fernandez could also be sold. And the club may yet make more money if they shift unwanted players to Saudi Arabia.

The outgoings, Ratcliffe and his new football committee hope are not going to end there. Insiders have confirmed reports that several stars have been offered to Saudi Arabian clubs after current football director John Murtough visited the country during the Club World Cup in December.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Casemiro, Jadon Sancho and Antony were all on the list of possible options, sources said, with no clubs as yet preparing offers.

United triggered the option for an additional year to be added to Wan-Bissaka’s contract earlier this month but with a sale in mind. Casemiro was identified by Ratcliffe and Ineos as the epitome of everything that is wrong about United’s transfer policy – signing ageing, expensive stars whose best years are behind them.