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Inter Milan plot winter move for Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal

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Arturo Vidal does not appear to be in Jupp Heynckes plans at Bayern Munich and could be set for a move.

With the January window on the horizon, there's plenty brewing in the transfer market. All the latest deals and potential deals can be found here.

TOP STORY: Inter plan move for Vidal

Arturo Vidal is being tracked by Inter Milan, who could snap up the Chile international in the winter transfer window as Bayern Munich re-adjust after sacking Carlo Ancelotti.

The former Juventus star's most likely destination appears to be Inter, with the Nerazzurri likely to make a move following summer interest.

Tuttosport believes Luciano Spalletti might have to sacrifice a "big" player to be able to sign the former Bayer Leverkusen midfielder though.

Vidal is not valued as much now under Jupp Heynckes as he was with Ancelotti, who was at Stamford Bridge to witness former club Chelsea draw 3-3 with Roma, following his sacking.

Chelsea join queue for Pellegri

Chelsea have joined the race for highly rated wonder kid Pietro Pellegri with Calcio Mercato reporting Genoa will not entertain an offer less than €40-45 million.

Antonio Conte could welcome his compatriot in January as he searches for a backup to Alvaro Morata due to a lack of faith in Michy Batshuayi.

The outlet reports Manchester United, AC Milan, Inter and Juventus are also on Pellegri's trail.

The Italy Under-17 international has caught the eye this term for the Grifone, scoring three times in Serie A and standing out due to his tall, imposing frame for such a young player.

Ajax eye Chelsea's forgotten man

Ajax are prepared to give Chelsea defender Matt Miazga a fresh start reports Club Call, following a successful spell on loan at Vitesse.

The American centre-back has barely been given a look-in with the Blues since signing from New York Red Bulls.

The 22-year-old could be available in a £7m deal as a replacement for Davinson Sanchez after he joined Tottenham in a mega £42m deal this summer.

Arturo Vidal does not appear to be in Jupp Heynckes plans at Bayern Munich and could be set for a move.

Tap-ins

- West Ham goalkeeper Adrian could be available in January as the Mirror reports the Spaniard wants a move to keep alive his World Cup dream.

The Hammers shot stopper has found himself behind Joe Hart with Athletic Bilbao and Espanyol potentially renewing their summer interest.

- Everton could make a shock move for Liverpool's Danny Ings, according to Team Talk.

The former Burnley striker has been ravaged by injuries and the Reds have him well down the pecking order, meaning the Toffees, in desperate need for a striker, could offer him a route out of Anfield.

- Manchester United, Tottenham and Aston Villa are chasing Polish teenager Mikolaj Bieganski, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Skra Czestochowa goalkeeper Bieganski is regarded as one of the best young talents in Poland after impressing for club and country in recent months.

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