Possible transfer news: Man United considers replacing Jadon Sancho, La Liga interested in Mason Greenwood, Premier League clubs compete for £60m midfielder against Bayern Munich

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With the January transfer window edging ever closer, Premier League sides are weighing up a variety of options as they seek a mid-season boost to their fortunes.

Manchester United have been linked with a move for another Dutch star provided Jadon Sancho secures a January exit following his bust-up with manager Erik ten Hag.

Mason Greenwood, another Old Trafford outcast, has been touted for a permanent move to La Liga as the forward’s loan spell with Getafe continues.

German giants Bayern Munich reportedly remain keen to sign Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha, but could face competition from rivals in the Premier League.

Below, Mail Sport takes a look at all the latest news and gossip on Wednesday.

Manchester United will reportedly be offered the chance to sign Dortmund’s Donyell Malen

On-loan Man United forward Mason Greenwood could stay in LaLiga when his Getafe loan ends

On-loan Man United forward Mason Greenwood could stay in LaLiga when his Getafe loan ends

Bayern Munich will reportedly face Premier League competition for Fulham star Joao Palhinha

Bayern Munich will reportedly face Premier League competition for Fulham star Joao Palhinha

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Manchester United will be offered the chance to sign Donyell Malen should Sancho leave the club, with Borussia Dortmund open to offers for the Dutch winger. (Football Transfers)

Real Sociedad have emerged as the favourites to sign Mason Greenwood when his loan spell at Getafe expires at the end of the season. Valencia are among the LaLiga sides eyeing the on-loan Man United forward. (TodoFichajes – In Spanish)

Bayern Munich could face competition from at least two Premier League clubs in January to sign Fulham star Joao Palhinha. Bayern are expected to renew their approach after a £60m deadline day move collapsed in the summer. (The Telegraph)

The reigning German champions are closing on a deal to sign Granada winger Bryan Zaragoza. Personal terms have already been agreed with the 22-year-old Spanish international ahead of a transfer in the summer (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City and Liverpool are determined to sign Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz. The Premier League giants are still hopeful of rivalling Bayern Munich despite the Bundesliga side remaining favourites to sign the rising German star (90min.com)

Newcastle and Tottenham are considering a move for 20-year-old Juventus winger Samuel Iling-Junior. The Serie A side are willing to consider permanent offers for Iling-Junior due to his contract expiring in 2025. (Tuttomercatoweb – in Italian)

Arsenal are reportedly preparing to make a concrete offer for Aston Villa star Douglas Luiz

Arsenal are reportedly preparing to make a concrete offer for Aston Villa star Douglas Luiz

Liverpool are tracking Sao Paulo’s left sided center back Lucas Beraldo. The Brazilian club turned down an offer from Wolves in the summer transfer window. (90min.com)

Arsenal are preparing a concrete move for Aston Villa star Douglas Luiz but expect a deal to be complicated with Unai Emery’s side expected to demand in excess of £60m to even consider a deal. (CaughtOffside)

Juventus have set a £34m price tag for Arsenal target Kenan Yildiz. The 18-year-old forward has made five appearances for the Old Lady’s first team and has already earned three caps for Turkey. (Tuttosport.com – In Italian)

Fulham are yet to restart contract talks with Tosin Adarabioyo despite the defender’s contract expiring in the summer. Tottenham and Monaco have a long-standing interest in the centre back. (Evening Standard)

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