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Football Rumours on Thursday 4th October 2018
2018-10-04 08:57:27



TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey's representatives say the 27-year-old has "no other option" than to leave the club as they responded to a Gunners fan on Twitter in messages which have since been deleted.
    (London Evening Standard)


  • Monaco and Colombia forward Radamel Falcao, 32, has been linked with a move to David Beckham's Inter Miami when the team joins the MLS in 2020.
    (Sport)


  • Chelsea could yet sign Daniele Rugani after his contract talks with Juventus stalled.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Paris St-Germain's French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 23, has rejected a third offer, worth 7.2m euros (£6.38m), to extend his contract at the club.
    (Bein Sport)


  • Bournemouth are considering a summer move for 24-year-old SPAL and Italy midfielder Manuel Lazzari.
    (Calciomercato)




  • MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Aston Villa are targeting a high-profile appointment after sacking Steve Bruce following a damaging run of results that made his position untenable in the eyes of the club's owners.
    (ESPN)


  • Steve Bruce was wary of getting sacked at Aston Villa but is angry the club gave in to supporters' pressure when they finally took the decision to dismiss him.
    (Daily Star)


  • Mick McCarthy would welcome the chance to speak to Aston Villa about their vacant managerial position.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca is among the favourites to take over at Aston Villa after Steve Bruce was sacked on Wednesday.
    (Birmingham Mail)


  • Arsenal legend and Belgium assistant manager Thierry Henry is also interested in the Villa Park job.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • But former Chelsea star John Terry, who played at Villa Park last year, is also tipped to land his first managerial role.
    (Sun)


  • Former Hull City chairman Paul Duffen is heading a consortium bidding to purchase the club from current owner Assem Allam.
    (Hull Daily Mail)


  • Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour could have ended up buying Newcastle United instead of the Etihad club 10 years ago.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, are still backing Mourinho as the club's manager despite his position being called into question after the Old Trafford side's poor start to the season.
    (ESPN)


  • Mourinho wants to carry on as Manchester United manager but is worried about a lack of support from within the club.
    (Times)


  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho ranted at his players for 45 minutes on Monday in the build-up to the goalless draw against Valencia in a Champions League group game the following day.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • France international Paul Pogba, 25, has been stopped from speaking publicly about the troubles at Manchester United by his manager Mourinho.
    (London Evening Standard)


  • Birmingham manager Garry Monk has been charged by the FA with "using abusive and/or insulting words towards a match official" at Brentford.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Jim Duffy is set for a return to management with Queen's Park
    (Daily Record)




  • INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Gareth Southgate will sign a contract in the next 24 hours to remain as England manager until 2022.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • The deal, reportedly worth £3m a year, will keep the 48-year-old in the post until after the World Cup in Qatar.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Southgate is considering calling up Leicester City playmaker James Maddison, 21, to his England squad for Nations League games against Croatia and Spain in October.
    (Guardian)


  • Britain is planning to host up to 16 major sporting events in the post-Brexit era, led by the football World Cup in 2030.
    (Times)




  • OTHER STUFF

  • Tottenham midfielder Luke Amos has been ruled out for the season with a serious knee injury.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Manchester City have held a series of meetings with Merseyside Police and are likely to keep their route to Saturday's Premier League game against Liverpool at Anfield secret to avoid a repeat of the incidents before last season's Champions League quarter-final.
    (Sun)


  • Manchester United told their own supporters to leave home '60 per cent' earlier than usual to get to the Champions League game against Valencia - but still managed to be late themselves.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United are considering introducing "gender-neutral" toilets at Old Trafford to make the stadium more "welcoming and inclusive".
    (Daily Mail)


  • Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley says he lacked coaching when he was at Everton and it was the right time to leave the club.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • West Ham striker Andy Carroll is expected to make his comeback from injury after the international break. He has not featured for the Hammers since May.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Real Madrid and Spain midfielder Isco, 26, says he is nearing a return to fitness after having surgery for acute appendicitis.
    (AS)
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