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Football Rumours on Saturday 24th April 2021
2021-04-24 06:35:11


  • Arsenal are worried that they could lose Norwegian playmaker Martin Odegaard, 22, who is on loan from Real Madrid, as a result of withdrawing from the European Super League.

  • Newcastle will need to pay Arsenal in the region of £20m to sign 21-year-old English midfielder Joe Willock on a permanent deal.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Liverpool have agreed personal terms with RB Leipzig for French defender Ibrahima Konate, 21, whose release clause from the Bundesliga club is £34m.

  • Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, is keen on a return to Manchester United this summer.
    (Gazetta dello Sport)

  • Everton's Norwegian striker Josh King is in talks with Turkish side Galatasaray and the 29-year-old seems set to leave the club this summer.
    (Football Insider)

  • Manchester United's third-choice goalkeeper Lee Grant, 38, is set to leave the club this summer with the Englishman feeling that the club have reneged on the offer of a new contract.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Aston Villa's English midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka, 17, is being tracked by a number of Premier League clubs including Manchester United and Manchester City.

  • Manchester City's Portuguese defender Pedro Porro, 21, who is currently on loan at Sporting Lisbon, is attracting interest from Real Madrid.

  • Barcelona president Joan Laporta is working on a three-year contract to offer to Argentina striker Lionel Messi in an attempt to persuade the 33-year-old to stay at the club.

  • Barcelona are trying to bring French midfielder Kays Ruiz-Atil back to the club with the 18-year-old's contract at Paris St-Germain expiring at the end of the season.
    (Mundo Deportivo)


  • Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani hopes manager Marcelo Bielsa will extend his contract at Elland Road before the end of this season.

  • David Moyes wants to see a major reform of football in England and Scotland with Rangers and Celtic invited into a new British Premier League.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Steve McClaren is expected to leave his role as technical director at Derby if the proposed takeover by Erik Alonso is ratified by the EFL.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Wembley will stage an additional Euro 2020 last-16 match which was originally due to be staged in Dublin, a UEFA Exco committee has decided.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Wales manager Ryan Giggs has been charged with assault, causing actual bodily harm, and controlling or coercive behaviour after an incident in November last year. Giggs denies all three charges.
    (Sky Sports)

  • The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has confirmed Robert Page, who took temporary charge following Giggs' arrest in November, will assume the role of national team manager for this summer's delayed European Championships.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Swedish billionaire Daniel Ek - co-founder and chief executive of music streaming service Spotify - has declared his interest in buying Arsenal.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Arsenal's owners do not plan to sell the Premier League club despite the intense backlash following their involvement in the breakaway European Super League.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Arsene Wenger has warned that Europe dreams of destroying the Premier League and revealed his shock at how the English clubs, including Arsenal, were drawn into the disastrous Super League plan.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Reading face being charged for breaching the EFL's spending rules if they are not promoted to the Premier League this season.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Aston Villa fear Jack Grealish could miss another three Premier League matches but insist the club captain will be fit for the European Championship.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Leaked Super League documents have revealed that Barcelona and Real Madrid were set to receive £52m more than the other founding clubs.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Mark Bullingham, the FA chief executive, has confirmed that he is working with the Premier League and the Government to ensure that the threat of a European Super League can never emerge again.
    (Daily Mail)
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