FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmail The transfer window for all of Europe’s big five leagues is closed, but that doesn’t stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around about who will be moving where come January.Man City after Lyon star Ndombele  Manchester City would very much like to sign Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon despite failing with a summer bid for the 21-year-old midfielder. City reportedly lodged a £44.5 million offer for Ndombele only to see it rejected by the Ligue 1 club, so claim Le10 Sport. However, after the France Under-21 star impressed during the recent Champions League bout between the two sides, City are now preparing to return with a second bid ahead of the January window. Pep Guardiola is seeking to add a little depth and competition to their central midfield ranks. His first choice for the role was Jorginho, but the Spanish coach was forced to stand by and watch as the Italy international opted to join Chelsea back in July.Fantasy Play ESPN Fantasy Soccer  Pick your eight-man team and compete in the Champions League, Premier League, La Liga or Liga MX, then go head-to-head in leagues against your friends or people around the world. Sign up for free! How to play ESPN Fantasy Soccer  Your team will be made up of eight players, at four different positions: two forwards, three midfielders, two defenders, and a goalkeeper. Find out more here. – Newcomers to pick and avoid – Champions League names to know – La Liga names to know – Breaking down ESPN’s scoring system  Barcelona couldn’t afford Paul Pogba There are growing doubts that Barcelona could finance a move for Paul Pogba even if they did want to sign the unsettled French midfielder from Manchester United this January. According to the Telegraph, United would demand a £100m-plus fee for Pogba, whose future is very much in the balance at the club following a succession of quarrels with manager Jose Mourinho. Even supposing United sanctioned the transfer, Barca would be forced to spread the payment out across the entirety of any contract Pogba signed (e.g. five years) with their Premier League rivals highly unlikely to aid Old Trafford to that degree. Barca are due to publish their latest set of financial results next month but all the signs point to the Catalan club not being in any position to shell out another £100m transfer fee without making a slew of significant sales first and reducing their wage bill fairly drastically. All in all, it means that Pogba is left with very few immediate options, with most of his potentially eligible suitors priced out of a move for the foreseeable future.  AC Milan want Cesc Fabregas He scored a great goal against them while playing for Arsenal back in 2008 but that hasn’t deterred Milan from retaining an interest in Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, according to Mundo Deportivo. Fabregas, 31, hasn’t set the Premier League alight this season as now has Jorginho for competition in the Blues’ side so may be tempted to see out his

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