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12.50pm Transfer news LIVE: Real Madrid could sign Mbappe, Young undergoing Inter medical, Barcelona to sell Suarez

THE transfer window is in full flow with teams around the world adding to their squads.

Tottenham have struck first in the pursuit of January signings by securing Gedson Fernandes on an 18-month loan, while Ashley Young is set to move to Inter.

Follow all the latest Transfer news and gossip below...

  • Joe Miles 's avatarJoe Miles1 minute ago17th January 2020

    MOR VALUE

    Manchester City are plotting a move for Villarreal wonderkid Ivan Morante.

    But Pep Guardiola and co face a battle for the 19-year-old's signature with Barcelona also chasing him.

    The teen has been earning rave reviews for the Villarreal B team, with many predicting him to step up to the senior side this season.

    According to The Telegraph, Morante “has been tipped to eventually play for his country’s senior team” and City “have been monitoring his progress”.

  • Joe Miles 's avatarJoe Miles32 minutes ago17th January 2020

    BREAKING!

    Ashley Young has touched down in Milan to complete his medical ahead of his £1.2million switch to Antonio Conte's Inter.

    The ex-Red Devils captain has agreed an initial six-month contract with the view of extending his deal for another year.

    Young, 34, sensationally stormed out of training last Friday in a bid to push through his exit at the club.

    Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left with little option but to cash in on the defender after he refused to sign a new deal at Old Trafford.

  • Joe Miles 's avatarJoe Miles45 minutes ago17th January 2020

    MACK FOR MORE

    Craig Mackail-Smith has extended his stay with the League 2 side.

  • Joe Miles 's avatarJoe Miles58 minutes ago17th January 2020

    DONE DEAL

    Empoli have signed Liam Henderson on loan from Hellas Verona.

  • Joe Miles 's avatarJoe Miles1 hour ago17th January 2020

    LEM ME GO

    Diego Simone has revealed Arsenal target Thomas Lemar is trying to secure a move away as he admitted the winger has been a flop.

    He said: “The facts speak for themselves, better than words. It is certain that he has not been able to show all his qualities.

    “Each time that he has been available, I have tried to play him. I have always been enthusiastic about his qualities as a player.

    “He has not met the expectations set for him, but we have always had the same expectations. Today, who is to know if he will stay or not.

    “His representatives are working hard. The clubs, they operate on what they need.”