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Football Rumours on Sunday 28th November 2021
2021-11-28 08:42:32





TRANSFER RUMOURS
  • Arsenal and Tottenham are both in contention to sign 21-year-old Swedish midfielder Dejan Kulusevski from Juventus.
    (Calcio Mercato)


  • Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette has said that his agents are considering options with the 30-year-old French striker's contract set to expire in the summer.
    (Telefoot)


  • Fiorentina have put a £55m price tag on Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic in a bid to hold off interest from Manchester United - but the 21-year-old is not expected to make any move in January.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun is pulling the scouts to his games - with French side St Etienne joining the hunt for him.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Real Madrid will not be signing Manchester United's French midfielder Paul Pogba next summer despite being heavily linked to the 28-year-old.
    (Marca)


  • Spanish giants Sevilla lead the race for Blackburn's red-hot Chile international striker Ben Brereton Diaz.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Burnley want to snatch England Under-20 centre-half James Hill from fellow Lancashire side Fleetwood.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Barcelona playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 29, could be on the move to Newcastle in the January transfer window - although the Brazilian had initially rejected a move to the Premier League club.
    (El Nacional)


  • Reports in Spain have indicated that Ferran Torres has asked Pep Guardiola to allow him to leave Manchester City and join Barcelona.
    (Sunday Express)


  • Crystal Palace are watching Spanish striker Borja Mayoral with the 24-year-old struggling for game time while on loan at Roma from Real Madrid.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow says there could be "one or two" incomings at Villa Park during the January transfer window.
    (Birmingham Mail)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Paris St-Germain have no intention of letting Mauricio Pochettino leave for Manchester United halfway through the season, but they are open to negotiations at the end of the season.
    (Goal)


  • West Ham manager David Moyes is set to make a final bid to sign Burnley defender James Tarkowski with the 29-year-old Englishman due to become a free agent in the summer.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Manchester United believe Ralf Rangnick's expected arrival at Old Trafford will give them the advantage in the race to sign Norwegian striker Erling Braut Haaland, 21, from Borussia Dortmund next summer.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • United have added Sporting Lisbon's young manager Ruben Amorim to the list of possible candidates for the long-term role at Old Trafford.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will be the only English club he will ever manage.
    (Manchester Evening News)



OTHER STUFF

  • Bukayo Saka is set to undergo a scan on a "muscular" injury after limping off during Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Newcastle on Saturday.
    (Sky Sports)


  • American businessman Chris Kirchner flies in to watch Wayne Rooney's Derby County on Monday - and try to get answers on his takeover bid.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Everton are close to finalising a new long-term contract for highly-rated defender Jarrad Branthwaite ahead of sending him out on loan in January.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Benfica's clash with Belenenses was abandoned amid extraordinary scenes after the Covid-hit Primeira Liga strugglers were forced to name a team of just nine players - including two goalkeepers. An injury to goalkeeper Joao Monteiro forced the referee to abandon the game due to the minimum number of players not being on the field.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Juventus are cooperating with investigators after Italian financial police searched the club's offices seeking information about player trading between 2019 and 2021.
    (Sky Sports)
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