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Chelsea and Manchester United reportedly remain in the hunt for David Alaba.
Reports claim the Bayern Munich defender has agreed a four-year deal with Real Madrid.
But German outlet Kicker says Alaba is yet to decide his future and has been presented with more offers from across Europe.
Chelsea, United and PSG are said to have sent contracts to Alaba.
Manchester City and Barcelona are also preparing their own offers for the versatile defender.
And long-term suitors Liverpool remains interested as well.
Meanwhile, United will have to wait until the spring to re-commence talks over Jadon Sancho, it has been claimed.
German journalist Raphael Honigstein has told Sky Sports that a move in January is off the table.
Instead clubs could reportedly begin negotiations in the spring for a switch at the end of the season.
Borussia Dortmund are seen as unlikely to lower their valuation of the 20-year-old with two-and-a-half-years left on his contract.
The transfer fee, agent payments and wages were all thought to be behind last summer’s move failing.
And Sancho is happy to focus on Dortmund matters amid the rumours.
Finally, Tottenham are interested in Southampton star Danny Ings.
Eurosport claims Jose Mourinho is keen after Ralph Hassenhuttl admitted Saints could sell the striker.
Ings has just 18 months on his contract and hasn’t given any indication he wants to extend it.
Spurs already have Carlos Vinicius playing back-up to Harry Kane.
But the striker is only on loan from Benfica and could be replaced by Ings this summer.