United's eight-player transfer wishlist revealed, PSG see Sancho as Neymar replacement

Manchester United plan their transfers, Paris Saint-Germain identify their Neymar replacement, Barcelona reject Ivan Rakitic bid and Michy Batshuayi battles to stay at Chelsea.

Solskjaer's eight transfer targets revealed
Manchester United's transfer wishlist has been revealed by the Mail as the Premier League side look to strengthen in the upcoming January window. Teen stars Erling Braut Haaland and Jadon Sancho are reportedly the club's top targets, but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has also added James Maddison, Declan Rice, Callum Wilson, Moussa Dembele, John McGinn and Jack Grealish to his shortlist. United's main targets of Haaland and Sancho would reportedly cost a combined fee of £180 million. 

PSG see Sancho as Neymar replacement 
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to replace Brazilian forward Neymar with teenager Jadon Sancho next summer, according to the Mail. Neymar was constantly linked with a move back to La Liga last summer, which never materialised. However, the French club have accepted that they will most likely lose their superstar after this season and the club want to bring in Sancho as his replacement. Borussia Dortmund are said to be willing to sell, but the Bundesliga club are demanding a huge fee of around £100 million. 

Barca reject Rakitic bid from "unnamed" Prem side 
Barcelona have reportedly rejected a €15 million bid from an "unnamed Premier League club" for Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitic, according to the Mirror. The 31-year-old has fallen out of favour following the arrival of Frenkie de Jong from Ajax in the summer. Rakitic has only made one start for the Catalan club so far in La Liga this season and he has already voiced his displeasure at his current situation. Barca are understood to value the midfielder at €35 million, so the opening bid is significantly lower than what they are holding out for. 

Batshuayi to fight for Chelsea future 
Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi is said to be digging his heels in at Stamford Bridge as he fights for his future at Chelsea. The Sun report that the 26-year-old has attracted interest in the winter window for a loan move, but he wants to stay at his current club and try to usurp Tammy Abraham as Chelsea's starting striker. Batshuayi has admitted he is not a "full-fledged starter", but he loves the club and feels at home. The Belgian international is yet to start a single match in the Premier League or Champions League for Frank Lampard's side so far this season.

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