Good morning footy fans
Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr have completed a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo to join them on January 1, according to reports.
Spanish outlet Marca says the five-time Ballon d’Or winning free agent has agreed a move which will earn him an eye-watering £173million per season.
Their report adds that the contract is also “surrounded by economic incentives via advertising that will place the Portuguese as the highest paid athlete in the world.”
Meanwhile, Tottenham are reportedly considering a January bid for attacker Andreas Skov Olsen.
The striker was part of Denmark’s World Cup squad and has starred at Club Brugge with eight goals and four assists this season.
Het Nieuwsblad claims Spurs have been monitoring the 22-year-old since he was a teen.
But the Londoners are now ready to make a bid as Antonio Conte looks to bolster his front line.
Elsewhere, Liverpool are reported to have made Fiorentina star Sofyan Amrabat an attractive offer to move to Anfield.
The Morocco star, 26, is currently impressing at the World Cup in a side which will face Spain in the last 16 tomorrow.
And Reds chiefs are prepared offer him wages of about £3million per year, nearly double the £1.55m he earns in Serie A.
Finally, Newcastle are planning to beat Barcelona to the signing of Brazilian wonderkid Andrey Santos.
The 18-year-old midfielder plays in the second tier of Brazilian football with Vasco da Gama.
And moneybag Magpies are hoping to outmuscle their financially-stricken LaLiga rivals in for his signature in the January window.