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Transfer Talk: Arsenal eye Leipzig's Konate; Maguire to United?

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is closed, but click here for all the deals and keep track of who has joined the big boys,. And Transfer Talk will continue to scour the world's media and set correspondents loose to see what's on the agenda for the summer.

TOP STORY: Konate chase is on

Arsenal scouts have been spotted in Germany, monitoring the progress of RB Leipzig centre-back Ibrahima Konate.

That's according to Sport Bild, which also warns Gunners boss Unai Emery that he...

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has an extremely bright future; now, where will he spend it?

Timo Werner has 58 Bundesliga goals and nine goals for Germany at the age of 22.
Timo Werner has 58 Bundesliga goals and nine goals for Germany at the age of 22.

There were no replica shirts for sale in the late 1970s and early '80s, but a budding teenager and enthusiastic VfB Stuttgart supporter named Jurgen Klopp still found a way to wear the number "4" of his idol Karlheinz Forster on his back. Klopp's grandmother Anna had knitted him a white jumper in the style of VfB's kit.

Will Klopp hand Forster one of his shirts in return some four decades later? The former Germany centre-back, now 60, works as an agent now, and his most marketable player at the...

Transfer Talk: Leipzig mull Liverpool target Timo Werner's future

Craig Burley hails Christian Pulisic as an excellent player, but cautions the move to Chelsea is loaded with risks for the American star.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop sifts through all the latest transfer rumours surrounding N'Golo Kante, Callum Wilson and many more in Transfer Rater.

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is open again. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting our correspondents loose to see who could be heading to/out of your club this month.

TOP STORY: Leipzig consider sale of Liverpool target Timo Werner

Speaking to Kicker, Oliver Mintzlaff, the Global Head of Soccer at Red Bull GmbH who own RB Leipzig, commented that the club won't let Timo Werner's contract run into its final year. 

The striker's current deal expires...

LIVE Transfer Talk: Liverpool, Bayern Munich to target Timo Werner

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs might be closed, but they are still working tirelessly behind the scenes to line up the arrival of their next star. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media to see who could be heading to your club when Jan. 1 arrives.

TOP STORY: Liverpool and Bayern Munich battle for German star

The two European giants are to go head-to-head in the Champions League when it returns in February but, according to German publication Abendzeitung, the clubs could...

RB Leipzig's wheel of misfortune: Players could mow pitch or train in tutu as punishment

RB Leipzig coach Ralf Rangnick uses a spinning wheel to determine punishments for players
Ralf Rangnick uses a spinning wheel to determine punishments for players.

As they continue to aspire to Bundesliga domination, RB Leipzing have concocted a novel way of keeping their squad in line.

Rather than fines, the German club have instead installed a "wheel of misfortune" to help determine any punishment that a player might incur.

The spinning wheel is the brainchild of Leipzig coach Ralf Ragnick, who installed it to cut down on transgressions such as players being late, or using their phones during training, or reporting back to training a few kilos overweight.

"Fines...

Jesse Marsch's rumored move to RB Leipzig should be a baby step, not a giant leap

As summer continues, the focus in MLS shifts to the opening of the secondary transfer window. Plenty of players arrive and a few leave, with FC Dallas' Mauro Diaz the latest player to depart. But this time there has been a different kind of MLS export: some of the league's managers.

Last month it was Patrick Vieira leaving New York City FC for Ligue 1 side OGC Nice. Now it appears that Vieira's Hudson River rival, the New York Red Bulls' Jesse Marsch, could be following him across the pond....