Barca want Marco Reus
Champions League holders Barcelona are weighing up summer move for Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus, according to El Mundo Deportivo.
The Catalans aim to sign another attacking midfielder in January in light of injuries to Leo Messi, Rafinha and Andres Iniesta, and chances are Nolito will be returning to Camp Nou.
But, they are also preparing another high-profile signing for next summer, with the club set to rekindle their interest in Marco Reus.
The Catalans are convinced the Germany hotshot would be an instant hit at Barcelona and they hope to sign him for a fee between €25m and €30m at the end of the season.
The club’s good relations with Borussia Dortmund are well documented, whereas the player himself is reportedly keen on being reunited with Marc-Andre ter Stegen in Catalunya.
Marco Reus has so far made 88 Bundesliga appearances for the Millionaires, and scored 39 goals in total.
Juventus eyeing Bernardo Silva
Italian giants Juventus are hot on the trail of Monaco midfielder Bernardo Silva, Tuttosport has suggested.
The Bianconeri are scouting a number of footballers at the moment and it would appear that the Portugal starlet is one of the first names on their hit list.
Juventus coach Max Allegri was impressed with the 21-year-old when the two teams met in the previous edition of the Champions League and he plans to lure the attacking midfielder to Turin in the near future.
The Bianconeri scouts will be present in Belgrade when Serbia take on Portugal in the Euro 2016 qualifier, where away win pays 21/10.
Bernardo Silva was in the starting line-up as the Selecao defeated Denmark to secure their place at the tournament finals.
He has also been in fine form since joining Monaco from Benfica, netting 11 times in 41 league appearances.
Andre Carrillo in high demand
Sporting Lisbon winger Andre Carrillo is slowly becoming one of the hottest commodities in world football, Estadio Deportivo has claimed.
The Peru hotshot has less than a year left on his current deal at Estadio Jose Alvalade and chances are he won’t be signing a new contract with the Lions.
It is, therefore, not surprising that Europe’s top sides are casting admiring glances his way, with Sevilla reportedly leading the chase.
Just like they did with Ivan Rakitic, los Rojiblancos aim to sign Carrillo on a cut-price deal in January rather than wait for his contract to expire.
The problem is that Leicester City, Inter Milan and few other clubs are keen on the 24-year-old footballer as well.
Having joined Sporting Lisbon as a youngster, Carrillo has already amassed 110 league appearances for the Lions, scoring 11 goals.