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Football Rumours on Tuesday 20th April 2021
2021-04-20 06:57:13





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Crystal Palace are the latest club to show interest in Arsenal and England midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles. Leeds United and French club Monaco are also monitoring the 23-year-old, who has been on loan at West Bromwich Albion since January.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Former Spurs boss Mourinho was against the re-signing of 31-year-old Wales forward Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid in September.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Liverpool are interested in Aston Villa and England striker Ollie Watkins, 25, who became the Midlands club's record signing eight months ago when he joined from Brentford for £28m.
    (Football Insider)


  • West Ham United lead the race to sign Youssef En-Nesyri from Sevilla, despite Liverpool and Manchester United being linked with the 23-year-old Morocco forward.
    (La Razon)


  • Chelsea's interest in Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule has intensified, with Blues boss Thomas Tuchel prioritising the signing of the 25-year-old Germany centre-back.
    (Athletic)


  • Aston Villa are planning to make another approach for Werder Bremen's Milot Rashica after missing out on the 24-year-old Kosovo winger last summer.
    (Football Insider)


  • Barcelona are willing to let 21-year-old Riqui Puig leave on loan in the summer and have received interest in the Spain Under-21 midfielder from clubs in the Premier League, Italy, Germany and Portugal.
    (Sport)


  • The big six clubs could be blocked from signing foreign players amid push to join new European Super League.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Bayern Munich are determined to sign Rennes and France Under-21 midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, 18, who has also attracted the interest of Real Madrid.
    (France Football)


  • Roma striker Edin Dzeko remains a target for Inter Milan this summer after they failed to bring the 35-year-old Bosnia striker to the San Siro in January.
    (Calcio Mercato)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira is on the list of managers being considered by Crystal Palace if 73-year-old Roy Hodgson leaves at the end of his contract in the summer. The Frenchman, 44, has been out of work since leaving Nice in December.
    (Athletic)


  • Tottenham Hotspur have identified Red Bull Leipzig's 33-year-old German manager Julian Nagelsmann as the man they want to succeed Jose Mourinho, who was sacked on Monday.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Jose Mourinho was axed as Tottenham boss after a players' revolt.
    (Sun)



OTHER STUFF

  • Everton have started talks with defender Seamus Coleman about a coaching role when his playing days come to an end. The 32-year-old Republic of Ireland right-back's deal runs until June 2022.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • Relegation-threatened Championship side Sheffield Wednesday have put all contract talks on the back burner.
    (Sheffield Star)


  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will look at doing everything he can to ensure the new European Super League model does not go ahead.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Ed Woodward held an emergency briefing with 'seriously unimpressed' Manchester United players at Carrington on Monday morning.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Fans have swiftly and fiercely voiced their anger at the European Super League stink - with the Chelsea Supporters' Trust branding the plan the 'ultimate betrayal'.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has vowed the Government will use every tool at their disposal to kill the rebel European Super League.
    (Daily Mail)


  • A number of angry clubs reportedly want the six European Super League breakaway sides to be KICKED OUT of the Premier League immediately.
    (Sun)


  • Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City were in danger of being thrown out of the Champions League and Europa League semi-finals on Monday night as football authorities, fans and the Government declared war on the European Super League.
    (Daily Telegraph)
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