United set for £130m January swoop for Prem pair

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur make their January transfer plans, Marco Silva has been given three matches to save his job and Sergio Ramos eyes up a gold medal in Tokyo. 

United plan winter raid for Foxes 
Manchester United are ready to make an ambitious January move for Leicester City duo James Maddison and Ben Chilwell, according to the Mirror. The pair have been on top form this season and have been constantly linked with the Premier League top clubs. United have reportedly sent scouts to watch the young English stars in high-profile matches against Tottenham and Liverpool in recent weeks. The duo would cost around £130 million and are expected to be replacements for attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard and left-back Luke Shaw, who have both failed to impress on a consistent basis over the past few seasons.

Spurs to force Eriksen sale in January 
Tottenham Hotspur are ready to sell Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid in January, according to the Mirror. The Danish international's current contract expires at the end of the season and Spurs are worried about losing their playmaker on a free transfer. Real Madrid were interested in a move for the 27-year-old during the summer, but an official bid failed to materialise as Spurs demanded around £100 million. Eriksen previously described Los Blancos as a "step up" as he flirted with a move to Madrid after last season. 

Silva stuck in tough Toffees situation 
Everton manager Marco Silva has reportedly been given three matches to save his job, according to the Star. The Portuguese boss had crunch talks with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, who has decided that Silva's future lies in the balance on the results from West Ham, Brighton and a home tie against his former club Watford in the Carabao Cup. Everton currently sit in 18th place in the Premier League after eight matches, despite heavy investment in recent transfer windows. 

Ramos 'dreams' of gold at Tokyo 2020 
Spanish defender Sergio Ramos is considering the opportunity to represent his nation in the football at next summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Mail have reported that the 33-year-old "dreams" of adding an Olympic gold medal to his long list of accolades and that it is likely to be the final chance to fulfil his ambition. Ramos is likely to be leading out his national team at the 2020 European Championships, which start in June, with the final at Wembley just 10 days before the football kicks off in Japan. The Olympic squads are made up of players under the age of 23 years old, but coaches are allowed to pick three footballers over the designated age limit.

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