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Transfer News: Chelsea To Sign Jonathan Calleri, Neymar Backed For Manchester United Move, Celta Vigo Want To Sell Nolito Abroad – Reports

The January transfer window is fast approaching and Premier League clubs are angling for various targets.

The title race is still wide open and a successful recruitment winter drive could be the difference between winning the title and not or even qualifying for the Champions League.
Neymar has been linked with a move to Manchester United. (Picture: Reuters)
Neymar has been linked with a move to Manchester United. (Picture: Reuters)
Here you can find the biggest stories of the day including Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal rumours:

Chelsea agree to sign Jonathan Calleri – report

Jonathan Calleri looks set for Chelsea. (Picture: AP)
Jonathan Calleri looks set for Chelsea. (Picture: AP)
The Blues have reached an agreement to bring the Argentine striker to Stamford Bridge.

The Boca Juniors star, 22, will move to the club in January for roughly £6.2million.

Calleri has fired in 21 goals and provided 11 assists in all competitions.

Ronaldinho backs Neymar move to Manchester United – report

The Brazilian legend has backed his compatriot to be a huge success at United if he makes a move.

Ronaldinho thinks that Neymar is as good as anyone in world football and would be an instant hit wherever he goes.

And he believes that the Barcelona star would take the Premier League by storm.

Arsenal’s Nolito boost – report

Celta Vigo have decided that they would rather sell their prized asset to a foreign side rather than a La Liga club.

Barcelona are Arsenal’s main rivals to land the Spanish international attacker but this could give Arsenal the edge.

And the 29-year-old could be on his way to The Emirates.
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