Reports suggest that Evan Ferguson, the striker for Brighton, who has been sought after by Manchester United, may be transferring to another club. The Sun asserts that Paul Barber, the CEO of Brighton, believes that the club may have no choice but to allow him to depart. Despite recently agreeing to a new contract, Barber has not dismissed the possibility of Ferguson relocating elsewhere. The talented 19-year-old Irish player had a remarkable breakthrough season last year, netting 15 goals in 43 matches for Brighton. His impressive performances have captured the attention of esteemed clubs such as Manchester United and Tottenham, potentially leading to a lucrative £100 million transfer. In different updates, it has been mentioned that Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, is considering intensifying his efforts to acquire Ivan Toney, the striker from Brentford. According to The Mirror, Toney, who is nearing the end of his suspension from betting, has captured Arteta’s interest. Gabriel Jesus, the current preferred forward for Arsenal, has faced difficulties in finding the back of the net, managing to score only 15 goals in 44 matches. Jesus’ scoring performance for Brazil has also faced scrutiny, as he has only netted 19 goals in 63 games. Arteta perceives Toney as a potential answer to Arsenal’s problems in scoring goals, and there is a possibility of making a move for him in January. According to The Mail, negotiations between Arsenal and Jorginho have reached a halt. The Italian midfielder, who transferred from Chelsea to Arsenal in January, has been given the opportunity to start in only four matches this season. Jorginho’s agent has verified that talks regarding a fresh contract have been put on hold and will be revisited after February. Despite being a valuable asset in European competitions, the 31-year-old has faced difficulties in securing a consistent starting position in the Premier League. Speculation suggests that Jorginho desires a return to AC Milan and is being targeted by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. In conclusion, Fulham and Liverpool are competing to secure the services of Fluminense midfielder Andre Trindade, while Manchester United, who had shown interest in the talented 22-year-old Brazilian before, have withdrawn from the competition. Demonstrating their keen interest in signing him, Fulham’s CEO, Alistair Mackintosh, personally traveled to Brazil for direct discussions with Andre. Fulham’s manager, Marco Silva, is anticipated to receive substantial support in the transfer market and views Andre as a crucial acquisition.