Thursday's gossip: Salah, Mbappe, Martinez, Dendoncker, McAteer, Kiwior, Santos, Guirassy 96 days ago
Paris St-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe

The sale of Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 31, next summer could open the door for Liverpool to sign 23-year-old France forward Kylian Mbappe from Paris St-Germain.(Team Talk) external-link

Mbappe remains committed to PSG this season and there is no indication of any interest from Liverpool.(Football Transfers) external-link

Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez, 26, is expected to sign a new contract with Inter Milan, despite being linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.(90 Min) external-link

Aston Villa are prepared to listen to offers for 28-year-old Belgium midfielder Leander Dendoncker, who is being monitored by Everton.(Football Insider) external-link

Everton and Crystal Palace are interested in Leicester City's 22-year-old Irish midfielder Kasey McAteer. (Football Transfers) external-link

Tottenham may reject offers for Denmark midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 28, and English midfielder Oliver Skipp, 23, with Uruguay midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur, 26, ruled out until February with an ankle injury. (Telegraph - subscription) external-link

AC Milan will look to ease their central defensive problems by signing Arsenal's 23-year-old Poland defender Jakub Kiwior on loan in January. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Barcelona want to extend 29-year-old Portugal defender Joao Cancelo's loan deal from Manchester City until 2025. (Sport - in Spanish) external-link

Chelsea are prepared to recall 19-year-old Brazil midfielder Andrey Santos in January as they are not happy with his loan situation at Nottingham Forest.(Fabrizio Romano) external-link

Aston Villa have identified Lens and Ghana midfielder Salis Abdul Samed, 23, as a potential replacement should they be forced to sell 25-year-old Brazil midfielder Douglas Luiz. (Team Talk) external-link

Newcastle United are interested in Stuttgart's 27-year-old Guinea striker Serhou Guirassy. (Rudy Galetti) external-link

Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper has the full support of owner Evangelos Marinakis. (Telegraph - subscription) external-link

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