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Football Rumours on Sunday 22nd December 2019
2019-12-22 08:47:06



TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich are all interested in signing 32-year-old Belgium forward Dries Mertens from Napoli for £8.5m.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Tottenham Hotspur have held talks to sign Flamengo midfielder Gerson and want to sign the 22-year-old Brazilian before the January transfer window opens.
    (90min)


  • Spurs also want to bring in French defender Issa Diop, 22, who is valued at £50m by West Ham United.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Tottenham's 27-year-old Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen is set to turn down a move to Manchester United in January, despite being out of contract in the summer.
    (Daily Star on Sunday)


  • Chelsea will beat Manchester United and Liverpool to the signing of England winger Jadon Sancho, 19, because they are willing to meet Borussia Dortmund's £120m asking price.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Bordeaux have entered the race to sign Olivier Giroud - but the Chelsea striker has his heart set on Inter Milan.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the club are willing to work with agent Mino Raiola to land 19-year-old Norway striker Erling Haaland from Red Bull Salzburg.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Chelsea have signed their first player since their transfer ban was lifted after they snapped up 16-year-old striker Bryan Fiabema from Tromso in Norway.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Raiola also represents United midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, and has been told by Real Madrid that they will not be making a bid to sign the France international in January.
    (Marca)


  • Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign Norway Under-17 forward Bryan Fiabema from Tromso and the 16-year-old will go into the academy at Stamford Bridge.
    (Metro)


  • Sheffield United want to sign Norwegian midfielder Emil Bohinen from Stabaek. The 20-year-old - who is the son of former Nottingham Forest, Derby and Blackburn midfielder Lars Bohinen - has also held talks with Leeds United.
    (Teamtalk)


  • Blades manager Chris Wilder says he is targeting "two or three" new signings in the January transfer window.
    (BBC Sheffield)


  • Manchester United, Everton and Southampton are among the clubs interested in signing Barcelona's 19-year-old French defender Jean-Clair Todibo for £17m.
    (Sport)


  • AC Milan and Atletico Madrid want to sign Manchester United's Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic, 31.
    (La Gazzetta dello Sport)


  • Championship club West Bromwich Albion have rejected a £3.5m bid from Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad for 28-year-old Egypt defender Ahmed Hegazi.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Galatasaray have offered Frenchman Hatem Ben Arfa, 32, an 18-month deal after the former Newcastle midfielder left Rennesin the summer.
    (Goal)


  • West Ham sent scouts to Qatar to watch Brazilian strikers Gabriel Barbosa, 23, and Bruno Henrique, 28, playing for Flamengo at the Club World Cup.
    (90min)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Mikel Arteta agreed to become Arsenal head coach after failing to get assurances from Manchester City that he would be Pep Guardiola's successor as manager at Etihad Stadium.
    (Sunday Mirror)




OTHER STUFF
  • Roberto Firmino was Liverpool's hero as they clinched their first Club World Cup title with a 1-0 victory over Flamengo.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Martin Peters has died aged 76 following a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Former man United star Daley Blind diagnosed with heart condition and ruled out indefinitely after feeling dizzy in Ajax's match against Valencia.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Liverpool and Netherlands centre-back Virgil van Dijk, 28, says he was "slightly disappointed" to miss out on the Ballon d'Or to Barcelona's 32-year-old forward Lionel Messi - but he added that he has the respect of the Argentine international.
    (Sunday Mirror)
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