Monday 28 January: Top football transfer rumours featuring Sebastian Rudy, Malcom and Eden Hazard

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We take a look at the top transfer rumours doing the rounds on Monday 28 January.

Birmingham’s top scorer Che Adams could be on his way out of St Andrews, the Daily Mirror reports.

Adams, who signed for the Blues in 2016, is subject of interest from Southampton, who have tabled a £8m bid, the paper reports. Fulham, Burnley, Leicester and Wolves are also interested.

Stoke are among the sides interested in taking on Burnley striker Sam Vokes, the Stoke Sentinel says.

Vokes has three goals in 20 Premier League games this season and new Potters manager Nathan Jones is looking to spend £9m on the Wales international.

Nottingham Forest are looking to bolster their defence with West Ham’s Reece Oxford as the side aim to push for a play-off spot.

The Reds are looking at making a move for the £8m-rated defender, according to the Daily Mirror.

Manchester City have been told they will need to pay upwards of £35m to land Schalke midfielder Sebastian Rudy, the Manchester Evening News says.

City want to bring in the 28-year-old as a potential replacement for Fernandinho after they missed out on signing Frenkie De Jong from Ajax.

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The transfer window closes on Thursday and Tottenham may be interested in adding to their squad, with Leeds hot prospect Jack Clarke in the frame, according to the Daily Mirror.

However, the Elland Road side are said to be reluctant to sell the winger.

Eden Hazard: Real Madrid have made the Chelsea and Belgium forward their top transfer target in the summer after the La Liga side gave up hope of signing Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, says AS.

Malcom: Arsenal are looking to being in the Barcelona man on loan after the 21-year-old has struggled for first team football in La Liga, the Sun reports.

Yannick Carrasco: AC Milan are hoping that selling Riccardo Montolivo to China could help them land the Belgian, Calciomercato says.

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