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Football Rumours on Monday 14th October 2019
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  • Arsenal are keen to recruit Scunthorpe United's 16-year-old English midfielder Joey Dawson, the League Two club's youngest first-team player and the nephew of former Tottenham captain Michael Dawson.

  • Arsenal have reportedly moved ahead of Manchester City and Chelsea in the race to sign Villarreal centre-back Pau Torres.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Bristol City want to bring in Arsenal's England Under-21 striker Eddie Nketiah on loan. The Championship side tried to sign the 20-year-old in the summer before he opted for Leeds.

  • Tottenham's 28-year-old Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama, linked with a return to Celtic, is still hopeful of a first-team return after his summer move to Club Bruges fell through.

  • Tottenham Hotspur are set to renew their interest in Sporting Lisbon's Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 25, when the transfer window reopens in January.
    (A Bola)

  • Barcelona would prefer Paris St-Germain's France forward Kylian Mbappe, 20, and Tottenham's England striker Harry Kane, 26, over 28-year-old Liverpool and Brazil forward Roberto Firmino.
    (Mundo Deportivo)

  • A Real Madrid bid for Spurs' Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, is likely to depend on how the team is performing and if there are long-term injuries.

  • Eriksen would prefer to join Real Madrid in the summer instead of January because he could then request a higher signing-on bonus.
    (Daily Express)

  • Manchester United will have to spend £10m if they want to sign Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic, 33, from Juventus in January, but the player has reached a verbal agreement with the Red Devils.
    (Daily Express)

  • Chelsea midfielder Jorginho's agent has not ruled out the 27-year-old Italy international returning to Serie A.
    (Radio Sportiva)

  • Barcelona may be willing to sell 31-year-old midfielder Ivan Rakitic in January, with Manchester United believed to have opened talks over a move for the Croatia international.

  • England midfielder Declan Rice, 19, insists he is happy at West Ham United, describing reports of a move to Manchester United as "all talk until something happens - and nothing has".
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says he "cannot imagine" forward Thomas Muller, 30, leaving the club, despite the German being unhappy at a reduced role with the Bundesliga champions.
    (Daily Express)

  • Ex-Rangers and Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish will take his time to consider his next job after turning down offers from England and abroad since leaving his position as Scotland boss earlier this year.
    (Scottish Herald)

  • Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani says he is considering selling a stake in the club to three bidders, including Qatari Sports Investment - which is run by Paris St-Germain president Nasser al-Khelaifi.

  • Tyrone Mings will make his England debut against Bulgaria on Monday night.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Gareth Southgate believes James Maddison now understands the intensity players are under, after he was pictured in a casino after being released by England.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Gareth Bale put his Real Madrid frustrations to one side to net an equaliser for Wales in a 1-1 draw with Croatia that keeps their Euro 2020 qualification hopes alive.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Wales manager Ryan Giggs has claimed Daniel James was 'acting' despite TV cameras appearing to show the winger knocked unconscious against Croatia on Sunday night.
    (Daily Mail)

  • John McGinn scored a first-half hat-trick as Scotland thrashed San Marino 6-0 in their European Qualifiers Group I clash at Hampden.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Mick McCarthy has defended the Republic of Ireland's performance in Georgia, insisting he is happy with what they have to do to qualify for Euro 2020.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Olivier Giroud has refused to criticise Blues manager Frank Lampard, but the 33-year-old France striker says he "cannot accept" his lack of playing time at Stamford Bridge.
    (Daily Star)

  • Manchester United's wage bill is the highest ever reported by a Premier League club.
    (Daily Mirror)
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