PSG apparently flashes because of Moussa Diaby at Bayer Leverkusen

The winter transfer window is closed. But even in the transfer-free period, the rumor mill is churning. SPOX has for you the transfer rumors on February 7th.

Sergio Busquets

A few days ago, the Spanish press linked the FC Barcelona midfielder with a move to Saudi Arabia. Concrete figures are now leaking out for the first time.

According to the Mundo Deportivo CR7 club Al-Nassr offers the Spaniard 18 million euros net salary for two years. However, it is questionable to what extent Busquet is interested in moving to the desert. He actually wants to stay with the Catalans.

Moussa Diaby

According to information from RMC Sports Paris Saint-Germain was interested in a return campaign in winter. The winger should therefore switch back to the French, but the high transfer demands from Leverkusen would have nipped these considerations in the bud.

Bayer 04 signaled early on that they were not interested in selling. Diaby has a contract with Leverkusen until 2025.

Jan Olschowsky

Borussia Mönchengladbach has extended the expiring contract with goalkeeper talent Jan Olschowsky until the summer of 2027. The foals announced this on Tuesday.

Olschowsky (21) came to his first two Bundesliga games in November due to injury-related absences. He is currently number three in goal behind newcomer Jonas Omlin and veteran Tobias Sippel in ninth place.

Marcus Thuram

The striker’s contract expires next summer and staying in Gladbach seems extremely unlikely. Atlético Madrid knocked on the door in winter, and the Rojiblancos want to try again in the summer. That reports the Spanish mark.

Talks had already taken place in January and are to be continued in June. Should Thuram not extend his contract, he would be available for Atlético on a free transfer.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

The midfielder has decided to leave his club Lazio Roma. This is reported by the Italian sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport. Accordingly, the Serb does not want to extend his contract with the Italians, which expires in 2024, but rather leave the club in a year and a half at the latest.

Milinkovic-Savic has been linked with a Lazio farewell for years. But now he should be serious. Arsenal FC is one of those interested in the midfielder and is said to have dealt with the player in the past.

João Cancelo

The Portuguese was also offered at Real Madrid, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano. However, Los Blancos decided against signing the right-back.

Accordingly, the Madrilenians would be convinced that they would be well enough positioned in the future with the promising talent Vinícius Tobias.

Adi Hütter & Ralph Hasenhuttl

Both Austrians are being discussed as successors to the dismissed André Breitenreiter at TSG Hoffenheim. “A new job is definitely an issue. Adi is ready to take over a Bundesliga club again. Hoffenheim is definitely one of the most attractive addresses in the Bundesliga,” said Hütter’s advisor Picture quoted.

Loud sky Hasenhüttl is the favorite for the post. There is said to have been initial talks between the parties.

Ansgar Knauff

Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt want to discuss the future of the winger shortly. That reports the Picture-Newspaper. “The clear plan is for him to return to us in the summer,” said BVB coach Edin Terzic recently.

Eintracht would like to keep the offensive player beyond the loan. The advantage of the SBU: Knauff’s contract in Dortmund only runs until the summer of 2024. BVB could therefore only collect a transfer fee in the summer of 2023.

Carlos Queiroz

The Portuguese will be the new coach of the Qatar national team. As the association announced, the 69-year-old signed a contract until 2026 on Monday.

For Queiroz, Qatar is already the seventh station as national coach. He had previously coached Portugal, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Colombia, Egypt and most recently Iran.

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