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Football Rumours on Tuesday 14th September 2021
2021-09-14 08:55:28





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal are contemplating selling 29-year-old Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno next summer.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Tottenham have 'put an offer on the table' for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie, 24, although it is not clear whether Spurs will make a move in January or wait to sign the Ivorian on a free transfer next summer.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Spurs' hopes, however, have taken a blow as the Italian club are confident Kessie will remain at the San Siro beyond this season.
    (football.london)


  • It would take a bid of 100m euros or more for Borussia Dortmund to let 18-year-old midfielder Jude Bellingham go, with both Manchester City and Liverpool said to be interested in the England international.
    (Bild)


  • West Ham, like Dortmund, have also put a price on their star player. The Hammers are demanding nothing less than £100m for England midfielder Declan Rice, 22.
    (football.london)


  • Manchester United's pursuit of Leon Goretzka, 26, has suffered a blow with the Germany midfielder agreeing a new contract to stay at Bayern Munich until 2026.
    (Kicker)


  • Manchester United's former England Under-21 defender Axel Tuanzebe, 23, wants to make his loan spell at Aston Villa a permanent move.
    (Sun)


  • Bayern Munich are working on signing Germany striker Timo Werner, 25, from Chelsea in January.
    (Football Insider)


  • Leicester City have taken an interest in Manchester United 28-year-old England midfielder Jesse Lingard.
    (Fichajes)


  • Chelsea could make move for two Inter Milan defenders, with 22-year-old Italian Alessandro Bastoni and 26-year-old Slovakia centre-back Milan Skriniar linked with the European Champions.
    (Mediaset)


  • Liverpool have shown an interest in Nice striker Amine Gouiri, with manager Jurgen Klopp keen on signing the French 21-year-old.
    (Fichajes)


  • Manchester City could turn to Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips as a long-term replacement for Fernandinho.
    (Sun)


  • Arsenal are one of a number of Premier League clubs who have Sweden striker Alexander Isak, 21, as a transfer target, despite Real Sociedad player recently agreeing a new five-year deal with the Spanish side.
    (FourFourTwo)


  • Tottenham are willing to selling England midfielder Harry Winks this summer but only if clubs paid £40m for the 25-year-old.
    (Times)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin faces a spell out with a broken toe and a quad injury, Everton manager Rafael Benitez has confirmed.
    (Sky Sports)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • The FA is facing a battle to keep highly-rated Fulham attacker Fabio Carvalho as Portugal plot a move to secure the teenager's international future.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Blackburn have reached an agreement with the Chilean football federation over the release of Ben Brereton Diaz in the October international break.
    (Daily Mail)



OTHER STUFF

  • Chelsea are preparing to offer 22-year-old England midfielder Mason Mount a new contract, which could see his wages increase to around £150,000 a week.
    (90min)


  • Cristiano Ronaldo has had to settle for third place, behind Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski, after player ratings for FIFA 22 were unveiled.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Dani Alves claims he is owed £2.6m in unpaid wages by Sao Paulo after leaving the club he supported as a boy following a two-year stay.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Newcastle might be without striker Callum Wilson until the end of October with the quad injury he suffered against Southampton last month.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Harvey Elliott has absolved Pascal Struijk of any blame for the challenge that left him with a dislocated ankle, describing it as a "freak accident" that did not warrant a red card.
    (Times)


  • Gareth Bale is set for a "long" spell out after suffering a hamstring injury during training with Real Madrid.
    (Sun)


  • English clubs will no longer be forced to play Champions League and other European matches in a neutral country if their opponents' homelands are on the UK's coronavirus red list.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Chelsea may travel to South Africa after the country threw its hat in the ring to host the Club World Cup following Japan's withdrawal due to the pandemic.
    (Independent)


  • Former Chelsea, Newcastle United and West Ham striker Demba Ba has called time on his 16-year playing career.
    (Sky Sports)
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