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Naija News bring you all the top stories, latest updates, and transfer rumours from Wednesday’s news across the globe.

Arsenal are reportedly willing to use Albert Sambi Lokonga in a straight swap for Juventus midfielder Manuel Locatelli, with both players valued around the £26m mark. Daily Express

Arsenal scouts are said to have cast an eye over Croatia midfielder Lovro Majer in his side’s 2-1 Nations League victory over Denmark at the back end of last month. Daily Express

Liverpool are reportedly one of several clubs interested in making a move for Jamal Musiala, but Bayern Munich have no interest in selling the highly-rated teenager at the moment. Daily Express

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Newcastle chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan has revealed the Saudi-led PIF were offered a 30 per cent stake in another Premier League club before they bought the Toon. The Sun

Joe Cole believes not even the management greats of Sir Alex Ferguson and Brian Clough could get this Chelsea team immediately challenging for league titles and European cups. The Sun

Antony ignored defensive orders from boss Erik ten Hag to track back before Sunday’s 6-3 Manchester derby mauling. The Sun

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Erling Haaland reportedly has a clause in his contract that will allow him to leave Manchester City for Real Madrid in 2024. The Sun

Arsenal star William Saliba was lined up by Barcelona for a transfer over the summer. The Sun

Graham Potter insists he will focus on getting midfielder N’Golo Kante fit before addressing the World Cup winner’s fast-expiring contract at Chelsea. The Times

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Former Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has turned down the chance to take charge of Bayer Leverkusen. Daily Mail

Tuesday saw Sadio Mane of Senegal score his first Champions League goal for Bayern Munich, his new team. Naija News

The newly elected President of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau, has pledged to welcome new ideas. Naija News

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