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Football Rumours on Monday 16th April 2018
2018-04-16 08:02:13





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Manchester City are keen on a £50m summer swoop for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha.
    (Sun)


  • Monaco will consider offers for France midfielder Thomas Lemar this summer. Arsenal and Liverpool have both been linked with the 22-year-old.
    (Team Talk)


  • Roma president James Pallotta says the club have "no intention of selling" 25-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool.
    (Daily Express)


  • Newcastle are set to sign goalkeeper Martin Dubravka permanently. The 29-year-old Slovakian joined the Magpies on loan from Sparta Prague in January.
    (Daily Express)


  • Manager Jose Mourinho says Manchester United will not "do anything crazy" during the summer transfer market.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Aston Villa and Celtic both want to sign Yeovil Town's 22-year-old Welsh defender Tom James.
    (Birmingham Mail)


  • Leyton Orient striker and Zimbabwe international Macauley Bonne, 22, has attracted interest from Shrewsbury, Portsmouth and Burton.
    (Sun)




  • MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Premier League's decision not to implement VAR next season is a "very bad" decision.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Former West Brom player Derek McInnes and ex-Baggies boss Tony Mowbray are among the favourites to be named the club's new manager.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez will seek talks with owner Mike Ashley before signing a new contract. The Spaniard wants to ensure there is enough money for summer signings before committing to the club.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Mauricio Pochettino has told Tottenham to beware of Chelsea pipping them to a top-four slot.
    (Sun)


  • Stoke boss Paul Lambert says keeping the club in the Premier League will be his greatest achievement.
    (Daily Telegraph)




  • INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he regrets not being able to persuade 25-year-old Eagles winger Wilfried Zaha to play for England over Ivory Coast.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Roy Hodgson insists Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek deserves an England call-up after a dazzling Crystal Palace display.
    (Daily Mail)


  • LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says the chance of him playing for Sweden in this year's World Cup in Russia is "sky high", despite the 36-year-old retiring from international football in 2016.
    (Sun)




  • OTHER STORIES

  • Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon has won Championship Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season at the EFL awards.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Former Wolves striker Steve Bull only belatedly realised the club had been promoted to the Premier League on Saturday and says the side's passing game has him "shaking my head every time I see the team now thinking, this isn't Wolves".
    (Times)


  • Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are set to resume their attempt to secure more of the money from the Premier League's overseas television rights.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester City star Patrick Roberts admits he does not know where he will be playing next season.
    (Sun)


  • Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah, 25, says winning the Champions League is more important to him than finishing as the Premier League's top scorer and claiming the Golden Boot.
    (Guardian)


  • Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is set for a new contract just months after heading for the scrapheap.
    (Sun)


  • Furious Rangers team-mates Greg Docherty and Alfredo Morelos fought amongst themselves in the Hampden tunnel after the Scottish Cup loss to Celtic.
    (Daily Record)


  • Chelsea's Germany defender Antonio Rudiger, 25, says he has "no idea" why he did not play against Southampton, adding that he was "fully fit" for Saturday's match.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Michael Oliver has sought the support of Mike Riley, the head of Premier League referees, as he prepares to take charge of a match on Monday for the first time since suffering death threats after awarding a penalty that knocked Juventus out of the Champions League.
    (Times)






















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