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Transfer rumours LIVE: The exit plans for Morata, Lukaku, Dembele...

Hello everyone and welcome in to this Friday's transfer rumours blog. We're just one day away from January, so rumours about the winter transfer market are starting to heat up. We'll discuss all the latest rumours and done deals here.

Transfer rumours LIVE

This is the beginning of our final transfer rumours blog of 2021. As is always the case, the most recent entries and updates are the ones closest to the top.

12:00 GMT: Coutinho could return to Brazil

Philippe Coutinho's time at Barcelona is coming to an end, while the playmaker might be ready to leave Europe altogether. According to TNT Brasil, he could join Flamengo on loan.

11:10 GMT: Another Spain player for Barcelona

Barcelona have added several Spain internationals to their squad in recent times and could go after another, with The Sun reporting that Aymeric Laporte is a target. Manchester City would want to make back most of the 65 million euros they spent on the centre-back, though.

10:40 GMT: Mendes insists Cristiano Ronaldo is happy at Manchester United

Despite Manchester United's struggles, Cristiano Ronaldo is "happy" at Old Trafford. That's according to his agent Jorge Mendes, who has spoken to Sky Italia about his most famous client.

10:00 GMT: Dembele could move on this January

According to Sport, Barcelona could let Ousmane Dembele leave this January. If he won't renew, the Catalan club's directors worry that he could destabilise the team. Juventus are believed to be interested, while the player is thought to like the idea of joining PSG.

09:30 GMT: Tuchel hits back at Lukaku

After Romelu Lukaku's controversial comments about not being happy at Chelsea and wishing he hadn't left Inter, Thomas Tuchel has addressed the situation. "We don't like it, of course," he said of the striker's statement. "It brings noise that we don't need and it's not helpful."

08:30 GMT: Morata just needs to convince Atletico Madrid

Following Thursday's reports of Barcelona's interest in Alvaro Morata, Catalunya Radio have now explained that Juventus would be willing to let him go and the player is interested too. Now, Atletico Madrid just need to be convinced, since they still own the on-loan striker's rights.

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