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Football rumours: Everton lining up another attempt at signing Nathan Patterson

It is understood the club may need to offer up a figure approaching £10m for the Rangers defender.

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Nathan Patterson is a target for Everton (Jeff Holmes/PA)

Nathan Patterson is a target for Everton (Jeff Holmes/PA)

Nathan Patterson is a target for Everton (Jeff Holmes/PA)

Everton will try to sign Rangers right-back <strong>Nathan Patterson</strong> for the third time in January, according to the Daily Mail. It is understood the club may need to offer up a figure approaching £10million to have a shot at success of securing Patterson, who is under contract at the Scottish club until 2024.

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The same paper writes Real Madrid are watching Liverpool defender Joe Gomez as he makes a comeback from a bout of injuries. It is understood a previously reported link to Aston Villa is now redundant.

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Juventus&rsquo; Matthijs De Ligt has been linked with a number of potential destinations (Adam Davy/PA)

Juventus’ Matthijs De Ligt has been linked with a number of potential destinations (Adam Davy/PA)

Juventus’ Matthijs De Ligt has been linked with a number of potential destinations (Adam Davy/PA)

Chelsea are front of the pack to sign Juventus defender Matthijs De Ligt, according to the Sun. But the 22-year-old has also been linked with potential moves to Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris St Germain.

The Telegraph reports Chelsea are also chasing former Manchester United star Deji Sotona after a deal fell through during the last transfer period.

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Sam Johnstone is wanted by West Ham (Nick Potts/PA)

Sam Johnstone is wanted by West Ham (Nick Potts/PA)

Sam Johnstone is wanted by West Ham (Nick Potts/PA)

Sam Johnstone: The Telegraph marks the England goalkeeper as one of the “sought-after” free transfers of next summer and place West Ham at the front of the queue.

Christian Eriksen: The Mirror reports a return to the Premier League is a likely outcome for the player who collapsed on the field during his Euro 2020 opener.

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