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Real Madrid target Hazard and Kane plus all the latest transfer gossip

After replacing Rafa Benitez, Zinedine Zidane has his sights set on new arrivals.

Hazard Kane Zizou's wishlist: Hazard and Kane. Source: Press Association

Real Madrid eye up Kane: Having purchased Luka Modric and Gareth Bale from Tottenham in recent years, the Spanish giants are now reportedly exploring the possibility of a deal for 22-year-old England striker Harry Kane.

Hazard a wanted man: New Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is a big admirer of Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and hopes to sign last season’s Premier League Player of the Year, who has struggled for form this term.

Canaries sign Portuguese defender: Norwich City have confirmed the arrival of Ivo Pinto from Dinamo Zagreb for an undisclosed fee.

From Bayern to Black Cats: 6’5” German defender Jan Kirchhoff has agreed to join Premier League strugglers Sunderland from Bayern Munich on an 18-month deal.

Man United move would be ‘dream’ move for Ighalo: Watford’s in-form striker Odion Ighalo, who has 14 league goals this season, has admitted that it would be hard to turn down Mancheser United if they came calling — although Hornets boss Quique Sanchez Flores insists neither he nor Troy Deeney will leave this month.  

Potters keen to hold onto Arnautovic: Stoke boss Mark Hughes is confident of tying Austrian forward Marko Aranutovic down to a new deal with Paris Saint-Germain believed to be monitoring the situation.

Italian international to Bournemouth? The Cherries have reportedly made an audacious loan bid for AC Milan attacker Stephan El Shaarawy, who has struggled on loan at Monaco this season.

Cherries striker back in LOI: In more Bournemouth-related news, they’ve loaned Dublin-born Josh O’Hanlon back to former club Longford Town.

Blues track Barcelona youngster: At just 12-years-old, Dutch midfielder is one of La Masia’s most highly-rated prospects and Chelsea have reportedly contacted his father about a switch to London.

Retro Deal of the Day

One of the key man in Sam Allardyce’s mini-Galactico era at Bolton Wanderers alongside the likes of Fernando Hierro, Ivan Campo, Bruno N’Gotty and Jay-Jay Okocha, French World Cup winner Youri Djorkaeff arrived in England on 13 February 2002.

At 33, the former Inter Milan and Monaco midfielder had fallen out of favour at Kaiserslautern and went on to make 81 appearances (scoring 21 goals) in two seasons with the Trotters.

Bolton Youri Djorkaeff Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

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