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Despite the end of the transition period, there is still enough speculation from the football world. Here's a selection of the most interesting speculations in the last 24 hours.

Torreira to Italy?It is no secret that Lucas Torreira is not satisfied at Arsenal London, and would like to return to Serie A, Italy, where he played in Sampdoria Genoa. Torreira is currently watching SSC Napoli, which he wants to reinforce it in the winter.

Negotiations about the coach

Arsenal is looking for reinforcements, but before he gets players, he wants to get a coach. The Gunners are working on the arrival of the helmsman Nuna Espirita Santa, who is doing a great job at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Werner and Real?

Real Madrid has a new transfer goal. It is the German striker Timo Werner, who  said to be able to leave RB Leipzig in January. The White Ballet is one of the many clubs that watch Werner.

Giroud and Serie A

Olivier Giroud no longer plans to continue in Chelsea, where he sits on the substitute bench, and for the first time in his career he could try his luck in Serie A, Italy. Coach Lampard said he hadn't solved the future with Girouda.

Alena on rope to the Betis

Carles Aleňa, a young Barcelona man who has long been overlooked in the A-team of the Catalan club, could leave for the competitive Real Betis. He would reinforce the Seville Club in the new year.

Let him decide

Tottenham Hotspur coach Jose Mourinho said he will leave the decision on the future of Christian Eriksen to the player. The Special One will be happy if Danish stays in Spurs but won't push him into it.

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