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Football Rumours on Monday 18th September 2017
2017-09-18 08:47:24


  • Real Madrid have started talks with Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez, 28, over a move in January - but senior players at the Spanish club don't want the Chilean to join.
    (Don Balon)


  • Manchester City will open talks with Kevin de Bruyne, 26, over a new contract and the Belgium midfielder could double his existing £6m-a-year wages.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • City are also interested in signing Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, 29, as Pep Guardiola is keen on being reunited in January.
    (Sun)


  • Leicester rejected bids from both Tottenham Hotspur and Bournemouth for 21-year-old winger Demarai Gray this summer.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente, 32, says he was offered a new Swansea City contract but could not turn down the chance to join Spurs.
    (Wales Online)


  • Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 25, has spoken about his failed move to Barcelona and says he was "honoured" to have been wanted by the La Liga side.
    (EPSN)


  • Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 30, says Arsenal passed up on the opportunity to re-sign him when he returned to England from Barcelona in 201.
    (Metro)


  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has identified either Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, 29, or Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez, 22, to replace Michael Carrick at the end of the season.
    (Daily Star)


  • Celtic midfielder Scott Brown, 32, hasn't ruled out signing another contract extension at the age of 34 despite only penning a new two-year deal last week.
    (Daily Record)


  • Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles, 23, thinks the club's inexperience is a "strength" following their work in the summer transfer market.
    (Times)




  • MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson calls on his players to die for the cause to avoid Premier League relegation.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he is not worried by Dele Alli's loss of form.
    (Sun)


  • Everton manager Ronald Koeman insists he will leave the club's January transfer window planning to director of football Steve Walsh as he focuses on stopping the club's poor form.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner insists it was the "right decision" to downsize the club's academy.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho dismissed the suggestion that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, 24, faces 12 weeks out as "complete nonsense".
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho also believes former striker Wayne Rooney, 31, will return to Old Trafford in the future after leaving for Everton in the summer.
    (Daily Mirror)




  • OTHER STORIES

  • Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck, 26, could face a lengthy lay-off after limping off with a suspected groin tear in the 73rd minute against Chelsea.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Striker Oumar Niasse put a smile on some Everton fans' faces on Sunday, by sitting in the away end at Old Trafford during their defeat at Manchester United.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko's former youth club Montrouge are getting two minibuses as part of his £40m move from Monaco.
    (Sun)


  • Paris St-Germain could run out of Neymar shirts after selling 120,000 in the last month.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 28, has reportedly sold his fleet of cars as he prepares to leave Stamford Bridge and return to Spain.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Everton fans are questioning their club's decision to sign a sleeve sponsorship deal with Angry Birds as they are worried the logo may contain red.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Former England manager Sam Allardyce, 62, could appear on ITV's 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here' for a six-figure sum.
    (Sun)




























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