Latest Transfer Updates: Henderson poised for medical at Ajax, Premier League clubs express interest in Phillips, Chelsea open to offloading striker

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This article discusses the latest transfer news in the football world, focusing on players potentially moving to or staying at various clubs. From Guirassy expressing a desire to stay at Stuttgart to Chelsea’s willingness to sell Armando Broja, as well as Tottenham setting a price for Gil and Ivan Toney not ruling out a January move, the football transfer market is buzzing with activity.

Guirassy set to stay

Serhou Guirassy has told his agency that he wants to stay at Stuttgart according to Florian Plettenburg. His £15million release clause has already expired amid reported interest from Spurs and West Ham. Guirassy has 17 goals in his 14 matches played so far this season. Credit: Getty

Chelsea willing to sell Armando Broja

Chelsea will sell striker Armando Broja if they receive a suitable fee. The club are demanding £35 million for the young star. West Ham, Wolves, and Fulham are among the Premier League clubs that are interested in signing the striker.

Tottenham set price for Gil

Spurs want between £6million and £7m for Bryan Gil this transfer window according to Estadio Deportivo. But it is believed that Gil wants to stay and fight for his place under Ange Postecoglou. The winger spent the second half of last season on loan at Sevilla, and it is understood that should he leave again this window, he wants to join a long-term project rather than a short-term fix. Sevilla remains interested in Gil. Credit: Rex

Toney not ruling out January move

Ivan Toney has refused to rule out leaving Brentford this month. Arsenal and Chelsea are interested in snapping up the Bees striker – who is valued between £80m and £100m. Brentford boss Thomas Frank recently insisted he is “99 per cent confident” that his star man will NOT be sold during the January window. But Toney has now admitted: “You can never predict when is the right time to move elsewhere, but I think it’s obvious I want to play for a top club. Everybody wants to play for a top club that is fighting for titles. Whether it’s this January that is the right time for a club to come in and pay the right money, who knows? But my main focus is to do what I do on the pitch, and let the background work take care of itself.”

Ahmed Asmar

Hello, I'm Ahmed Al-Asmar, a sports writer specializing in sports news. Over the years, I have dedicated myself to studying and following various sports, gaining valuable expertise in analyzing and presenting sporting events to readers in a clear and engaging manner.
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