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Football Rumours on Friday 15th November 2019
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TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal have reportedly sent scouts to watch Leicester defender Caglar Soyuncu in international action.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Borussia Dortmund have joined Inter Milan in wanting to sign Chelsea's out-of-favour France striker Olivier Giroud, 33.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester United are favourites in the race to sign Red Bull Salzburg's Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 19, who was coached by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Molde.
    (Dagbladet)


  • United hope to reach an agreement with Juventus for former Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, 33, to train with the club next month before a January transfer.
    (Tuttosport)


  • Mandzukic is also on the radar of multiple Major League Soccer clubs.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Newcastle United are interested in signing Arsenal's Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka, 27, on loan in January.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Everton are lining up a £12m January move for Nottingham Forest winger Matty Cash.
    (Sun)


  • Atletico Madrid are lining up a £35m January move for Barcelona and Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic, 31.
    (Daily Mail)


  • AC Milan are keen to sign Swedish free agent striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38, in the January transfer window, but the deal requires the consent of chief executive Ivan Gazidis.
    (Calciomercato)


  • David Beckham is hoping to make Real Madrid's Croatia midfielder Luka Modric, 34, the first marquee signing for his new Inter Miami franchise.
    (AS)


  • The agent of Arsenal's Spain defender Héctor Bellerín says his client, 24, is "seeing how the season goes" at Emirates Stadium after receiving transfer interest from Italy.
    (Sky Sport Italia)


  • Juventus could make out-of-favour Germany midfielder Emre Can, 25, a reported target for Manchester United, available for a cut-price fee in January.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Liverpool and Napoli are among the sides tracking Genk's Norwegian midfielder Sander Berge, 21, according to the club's sporting director, Dimitri de Conde.
    (Goal)


  • Napoli stand to lose Albania international Elseid Hysaj, 25, for nothing when his contract expires next June, but they could have received £43m for the right-back from Chelsea last summer, says his agent Mario Giuffredi.
    (Daily Mail)


  • League One side Peterborough have placed a £13m asking price on English striker Ivan Toney, 23, who has been linked with Burnley and Bournemouth.
    (Sun)


  • Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has given approval to sell Croatia goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic, 29, in January.
    (Football Insider)


  • Manchester United are hoping to have France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, back from injury for the derby with Manchester City on 7 December.
    (Sun)


  • Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa is facing three months on the sidelines for Atletico Madrid, but Los Rojiblancos are not planning to recruit in January, despite the 31-year-old Spain international's expected absence.
    (Marca)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Thierry Henry has been appointed as the new head coach of MLS side Montreal Impact.
    (Sky Sports)


  • One of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino's issues at the club is the failure to sign Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona in the summer. The 27-year-old ended up joining Bayern Munich on loan.
    (Sun)


  • Leyton Orient have sacked head coach Carl Fletcher after just 29 days in charge of the League Two club.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Manuel Pellegrini has received a welcome boost with Jack Wilshere back in West Ham training.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Frank Lampard will make another attempt to add Shay Given to his Chelsea coaching staff amid concerns about Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 25.
    (Daily Mail)




INTERNATIONAL STUFF
  • Gareth Southgate praised his team's ability to cut through opposition defences after watching England hammer Montenegro 7-0 to book their place at Euro 2020.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Derby forward Tom Lawrence has withdrawn from the Wales squad for their European Qualifiers against Azerbaijan and Hungary because of illness.
    (Sky Sports)


  • The Republic of Ireland came from behind to secure a 3-1 friendly win over New Zealand ahead of their crunch European Qualifier with Denmark on Monday.
    (Sky Sports)




OTHER STUFF
  • Premier League fans inside stadiums will get more detailed information about VAR checks starting from next month.
    (Sky Sports)


  • The 114 Manchester City fans that travelled to Kharkiv for the Champions League game with Shakhtar Donetsk this season have been rewarded with a personal letter from Pep Guardiola and hospitality tickets for the return fixture.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Manchester City are set to escape a ban from the Champions League, with the domestic treble winners being investigated for breaches of Financial Fair Play.
    (Sun)


  • Sheffield Wednesday could face a points deduction following Thursday's charge of financial misconduct.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Another former Chelsea striker, Didier Drogba, 41, says he was offered a "perfect" coaching role at the club but rejected a return to Stamford Bridge so he could bid to become the next president of the Ivorian FA.
    (Metro)


  • BT Sport has retained the rights to show Champions League football for another three seasons from 2021.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Rangers are considering taking legal action against HMRC after it appeared to admit it was wrong to have claimed £50m in penalties from the club's former operating company, which went into liquidation in 2012 and triggered one of the biggest club crises in Scottish football history.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • The Sunderland chairman, Stewart Donald, has described his decision to borrow £9m from a group of United States-based investors as a "win-win" scenario for the League One club and claims he and his co-owners, Charlie Methven and Juan Sartori, are shouldering all the risk.
    (Guardian)


  • The FA have fined Cardiff £5,000 and Birmingham City £7,500 after both clubs admitted failing to control their players during their match on November 2.
    (Sky Sports)
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