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Football Rumours on Saturday 5th March 2022
2022-03-05 09:27:54





TRANSFER RUMOURS
  • Arsenal have reportedly asked about the possibility of signing Napoli's Spain midfielder Fabian Ruiz, 25, this summer.
    (Area Napoli)


  • Manager Thomas Tuchel is concerned Chelsea will lose out-of-contract defenders Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen amid the uncertainty at the club after owner Roman Abramovich put the Blues up for sale. Spain's Azpilicueta, 32, has been linked with Barcelona, while Borussia Dortmund are interested in 25-year-old Dane Christensen, while Manchester United are reportedly keen on Germany international Rudiger, 29.
    (Sun)


  • Manchester United have asked the representatives of Robert Lewandowski to keep them informed of the Poland striker's future at Bayern Munich, with Bavarian club reportedly trying to line up Borussia Dortmund's Erling Braut Haaland as the 33-year-old's successor.
    (90min)


  • Everton are bracing for offers to come in for 24-year-old England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Brazilian forward Richarlison, 24, in the summer.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Armando Broja could move to the other side of London with West Ham understood to be willing to pay £25m for the 20-year-old Albania forward, who is currently on loan at Southampton from Chelsea.
    (Sport)


  • Sevilla will not attempt to keep Manchester United's 26-year-old France forward Anthony Martial beyond his loan stay which expires at the end of the season.
    (Football Transfers)


  • West Ham's 23-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice, who has long been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, has described the £100m price tag attached to him by the Hammers as "crazy".
    (London Evening Standard)


  • Newcastle United have already began planning for next season with a huge first-team overhaul that could involve as many as seven players leaving the club in the summer.
    (Times)


  • Marseille president Pablo Longoria has said he wants to keep on-loan French defender William Saliba at the club beyond the end of his loan stay from Arsenal at the end of the season, putting pressure on Gunners boss Mikel Arteta to make a decision about the 20-year-old's future.
    (Le Provence)


  • PSG have slapped a £21m price tag on Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum as Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard eyes the former Liverpool man.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Arsenal have been linked with a move for 21-year-old Peru defender Jhilmar Lora, who plays in his native country for Club Sporting Cristal, as the Gunners look to South America for recruits in the summer.
    (Football London)


  • Barcelona are yet to decide if they will offer to keep 26-year-old Spain winger Adama Traore on a permanent deal at the end of the season when his loan spell from Wolves expires.
    (AS)


  • Borussia Dortmund could sign Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic, 24, as a replacement for Haaland, 21, if the star leaves this summer.
    (Fichajes)


  • Haaland's agent Mino Raiola has reportedly told Barcelona that they also have to sign another of his clients, Ajax's 24-year-old Morocco right-back Noussair Mazraoui, to maximise their chances of signing the Norwegian.
    (Daily Express)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Antonio Conte says no manager in the world could provide a quick fix for Tottenham's issues - because they date back 20 years.
    (Sun)


  • Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says nothing has changed with his contract situation, with his deal due to run out in 2024.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Antonio Conte has said that Tottenham's doctors ought to explain publicly why Oliver Skipp remains out with a pelvic injury as he betrayed his irritation over the midfielder's continued absence.
    (Guardian)


  • Paris St-Germain's Argentine boss Mauricio Pochettino, who has been linked with the managerial job at Manchester United, is reportedly keen to return to his old job as Tottenham manager.
    (Talksport)


  • Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe wants English midfielder Sean Longstaff to sign the contract extension the club have offered him. The the 24-year-old's current deal runs out in the summer.
    (Sky Sports)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • The 2028 European Championship is set to take place in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland with the joint hosts to be handed the tournament without facing competition from other bids.
    (Daily Mail)



OTHER STUFF

  • Arsenal's 20-year-old Brazilian forward Gabriel Martinelli has said that he wants to stay for the Gunners his "whole life" and is determined to help them reach the Champions League.
    (ESPN Brasil)


  • Supporter-owned AFC Wimbledon have raised £2.5m from supporters to pay off a high-interest bridging loan they took out to build a new stadium.
    (Times)


  • Huddersfield Town are set for a third change of ownership in as many years, with Dean Hoyle to make the club available for sale again after he has bought it back from Phil Hodgkinson.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss is being driven to buy Premier League side Chelsea by his lack of respect for Russian owner Roman Abramovich - despite not having a footballing background, according to reports.
    (Daily Mail)


  • The company building Everton's new £505 million stadium on the Merseyside waterfront have indicated it is confident that funding is in place and have not stopped the construction process with impending government sanctions against Alisher Usmanov, the associate of the club's majority owner Farhad Moshiri.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • The Fifa president Gianni Infantino, who has had his share of controversy over being slow to ban Russia this week, earned a salary totalling £2.45m last year, according to the organisation's annual report, including a bonus of £817,000.
    (Times)


  • Senior figures in British sport reported to embassy officials that they were the target of attempted honeytrap operations in Russia during the run-up to the country hosting the 2014 winter Olympics and 2018 World Cup.
    (Times)
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