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Football Rumours on Wednesday 2nd October 2019
2019-10-02 09:05:43



TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal scouts will watch Red Bull Salzburg youngster Dominik Szoboszlai when the Austrian champions face Liverpool on Wednesday night.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Arsenal fear they may not be able to offload German Mesut Ozil in January, despite being prepared to pay part of the 30-year-old's £350,000-a-week wages.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Arsenal have eyed Real Sociedad loanee Martin Odegaard as a replacement for Mesut Ozil but Real Madrid are asking as much as £71m for the resurgent star.
    (Sun)


  • Barcelona are considering another bid for Chelsea's 31-year-old Brazil forward Willian, who has yet to sign a new deal and will be available on a free transfer in the summer.
    (Daily Express)


  • Manchester United want to sign Lyon's French forward Moussa Dembele, 23, and Newcastle United's English midfielder Sean Longstaff, 21, in January.
    (Daily Star)


  • Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, 20, has rejected a new £5.3m-a-year contract with AC Milan.
    (Sun)


  • Burnley's English forward Jay Rodriguez, 30, is being linked with a surprise move to Inter Milan in January.
    (Calcio Mercato)


  • Manchester United's Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, 30, says he has "found his love for football again" after his loan move to Inter.
    (Eurosport)


  • Diego Costa has reportedly emerged as a shock transfer target for Qatar side Al Rayyan but Atletico Madrid are desperate to keep the star until the summer.
    (Sun)


  • Everton failed with a bid of more than 30m euros (£26.6m) to sign 20-year-old Portuguese forward Rafael Leao in the summer before he moved from Lille to AC Milan.
    (Tuttosport)


  • Middlesbrough are among a number of Championship clubs interested in Bristol Rovers' English 25-year-old striker Jonson Clarke-Harris.
    (Bristol Post)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Former Gunners manager Arsene Wenger says he has "received some interesting proposals" since leaving the north London club and the 69-year-old Frenchman is weighing up his options.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's 7-2 Champions League thrashing by Bayern Munich was "so difficult to accept".
    (Sky Sports)


  • Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce questioned his players' ability and desire to play for the club in after their 5-0 loss at Leicester City on Sunday.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Frenchman Bruno Genesio claims he was set to become Newcastle United manager in the summer.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has been learning English as he targets a role in the Premier League, with the Manchester United job his main ambition.
    (Guardian)


  • Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp would be horrified if they are forced to replay their Carabao Cup third-round match against MK Dons as punishment for fielding an ineligible player.
    (Times)


  • Manchester United have targeted Celtic and Scotland physio Tim Williamson as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to reshuffle his backroom team.
    (Daily Mail)




INTERNATIONAL STUFF
  • Kieran Tierney was at the centre of a fitness riddle after Arsenal pulled the plug on his Scotland recall.
    (Scottish Sun)




OTHER STUFF
  • Heung-min Son has opened up on how he wanted to quit Spurs after a nightmare start but boss Mauricio Pochettino convinced him to stay and become the team's star man.
    (Sun)


  • Atletico Madrid and England defender Kieran Trippier, 29, said he "didn't have to think twice" about leaving Tottenham to move to Spain.
    (Football.London)


  • The Football League board will decide today on the sanction that Liverpool will face for fielding an ineligible player in the Carabao Cup.
    (Times)


  • Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted he might retire from football "in the next year or two" to become a fully-fledged businessman.
    (Sky Sports)
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