Transfer rumours: Haaland, Ndombele, Saliba, Diaby, Alaba

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Norway forward Erling Braut Haaland, 20, does not have a release clause in his contract, says Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke. (Bild - in German)external-link

Juventus' chief football officer Fabio Paratici has spoken of his admiration for 27-year-old Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, who has been linked with a return to the Italian champions. (Mirror)external-link

Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says he wants Austria defender David Alaba to stay at the club, but the decision lies with the 28-year-old. (Bild - in German)external-link

Real Madrid are interested in signing Alaba when his contract expires next summer. (Diario AS - in Spanish)external-link

Barcelona could move for Tottenham Hotspur's French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, 23, next summer. (Fabrizio Romano)external-link

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has suggested 19-year-old French centre-back William Saliba could leave on loan in January. (Mail)external-link

Ajax and Mexico defender Edson Alvarez, 23, says he wants to one day join Manchester City. (Voetbalzone, via Goal)external-link

Manchester United missed out on the signing of Bayer Leverkusen's French winger Moussa Diaby, 21, in the summer transfer window. (Bild, via Mail)external-link

United forward Mason Greenwood, 19, is expected to return to the England squad on Thursday. (Guardian)external-link

Talks between Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 34, and his club Real Madrid over a new contract have started. (ESPN)external-link

The Premier League will hold talks with broadcasters as to whether it should continue with the pay-per-view system following a meeting of all 20 clubs on Thursday. (Telegraph - subscription required)external-link

Former Aston Villa forward Gabriel Agbonlahor says a new contract for Scotland midfielder John McGinn, 26, will be the next major deal announced by the club. (Football Insider)external-link

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani says he is open to a multi-club ownership model, similar to that of Red Bull and City Football Group, the parent company of Manchester City. (Yorkshire Evening Post)external-link

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