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Football Rumours on Sunday 14th February 2021
2021-02-14 09:36:33





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal will need to pay £22m if they want to sign Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos, 24, from Real Madrid on a permanent basis.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Sevilla's French defender Jules Kounde, 22, has emerged as Manchester United's top summer transfer target, following Bayern Munich's capture of fellow French centre-back Dayot Upamecano, 22, from RB Leipzig.
    (Sunday Express)


  • United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted he is "following" Borussia Dortmund's Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, after failing to sign him last year.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Real Madrid are monitoring Aymeric Laporte's situation at Manchester City and may try to sign the French defender, 26, in the summer.
    (Daily Star on Sunday)


  • Reading's English defender Omar Richards, 22, has agreed to join Bayern Munich on a free transfer this summer in a blow to Premier League suitors West Ham and Everton.
    (Football Insider)


  • Aston Villa's Tyrone Mings is on the radar of Manchester United as they hunt a top-class centre-half.
    (Daily Star on Sunday)


  • Liverpool have made Torino's Brazilian centre-back Bremer their number one target. The 23-year-old is valued at less than £10m.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Liverpool, Manchester City, Juventus and Bayern Munich are monitoring Borussia Monchengladbach's Germany midfielder Florian Neuhaus, 23.
    (90 min)


  • Burnley's Republic of Ireland midfielder Robbie Brady, 29, has emerged as a target for Celtic.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Manchester United could reunite their Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 26, with former Sporting Lisbon team-mate Raphinha. The 24-year-old Brazilian winger joined Leeds United last summer.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Celtic are eyeing up a fresh move for Burnley star Robbie Brady.
    (Scottish Sun)


  • Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Paris St-Germain are among several European clubs interested in Celta Vigo's Peru midfielder Renato Tapia, 25.
    (AS)


  • Sevilla's sporting director Monchi says Real Madrid's Spain midfielder Isco, 28 - a target for Arsenal - is keen to leave the Bernabeu this summer.
    (Four Four Two)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Marco Silva is the shock name on the list of targets to be Bournemouth's new boss.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has warned the club's youngsters to expect a "bumpy" road and loan spells in order to prove themselves.
    (Goal)


  • Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has said that coaching France "could be a possibility one day".
    (ESPN)


  • Frank Lampard would need to be offered a job too good to turn down to tempt him back into management and give up the £1.8m in wages due from Chelsea.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Former Bournemouth head of recruitment David Webb is emerging as an option in Celtic's search for a sporting director.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Hakim Ziyech is reportedly keen to meet with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia, with rumours beginning to surface about his immediate future at the club.
    (Sunday Express)



OTHER STUFF

  • Arsenal have not given up hope of agreeing a new deal with 19-year-old English striker Folarin Balogun.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Spanish defenders Sergio Ramos, 34, and Lucas Vazquez, 29, have been asked to take a pay cut in new contracts at Real Madrid, given Tottenham have no interest in making Gareth Bale's loan move permanent so Real must pay the 31-year-old Welsh forward's salary for the final year of his contract.
    (AS)


  • Chelsea's Morocco winger Hakim Ziyech, 27, is considering his future at the club after struggling to find form since his move from Ajax.
    (Corriere Dello Sport)


  • Millwall blasted Reading for disrespecting them by providing a 'broom cupboard' to get ready in.
    (Sun on Sunday)
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