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Football Rumours on Tuesday 13th October 2020
2020-10-13 09:02:03





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Fulham are in advanced talks over the signing Huddersfield's Netherlands defender Terence Kongolo, 26.
    (Football Insider)


  • Arsenal are set to make a surprise U-turn on William Saliba and keep him at the club despite interest from Fulham, it is being reported.
    (Sun)


  • Tottenham are likely to renew their interest in Inter Milan's Slovakia central defender Milan Skriniar, 25, in January.
    (Team Talk)


  • Algeria striker Said Benrahma's £25m move from Brentford to West Ham is in danger of collapse, with the Hammers focused on Bournemouth's Norway forward Josh King, 28. Crystal Palace could make a late bid for Benrahma, 25.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester City will make another attempt to sign Ajax and Argentina left-back Nicolas Tagliafico, 28, in January.
    (Sun)


  • N'Golo Kante could leave Chelsea in January after falling out with Frank Lampard over a wedding and dreams of a move to Real Madrid, according to reports.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United have "put in place the mechanism" to sign Rennes and France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, 17, if his compatriot Paul Pogba, 27, decides to leave Old Trafford.
    (Sport Witness)


  • Manchester United could face a battle with Real Madrid for Camavinga.
    (Daily Star)


  • West Ham have completed the signing of defender Craig Dawson on a season-long loan from Watford.
    (Sky Sports)


  • A number of Manchester United players have expressed their disappointment at the treatment of Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero, 33, who has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford after the return of Dean Henderson but was priced out of a move on deadline day because of United's insistence on a fee of around £10m.
    (ESPN)


  • Spanish midfielder Juan Mata, 32, turned down a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia to stay at Manchester United.
    (Sport)


  • French defender Frederic Guilbert, 25, has vowed to fight for his place at Aston Villa after revealing he missed out on a move to Nantes during the transfer window.
    (Express and Star)


  • Former Manchester City and Brazil forward Robinho, 36, has volunteered to take a wage of just £200 per month on his return to boyhood club Santos for a fourth spell.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Portsmouth's chief executive Mark Catlin insists there could be new arrivals at Fratton Park before Friday's deadline.
    (The News)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Roy Keane, 49, is one of the favourites to become the new Salford City manager.
    (Daily Mirror)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has told England of his concerns about plans to start forward Harry Kane, 27, in the Nations League against Denmark on Wednesday.
    (Guardian)


  • Brighton's Aaron Connolly has rejoined the Republic of Ireland squad, days after being ruled out of the Euro 2020 play-off defeat in Slovakia under coronavirus protocols.
    (Sky Sports)



OTHER STUFF

  • Arsenal's ex-Germany international midfielder Mesut Ozil, 31, who has not played for the first-team since March, was paid a loyalty bonus amounting to £8m at the end of September.
    (The Athletic)


  • Tottenham have been given permission by Haringey Council to increase the capacity of their stadium by more than 500.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Liverpool and Manchester United remain determined to bring about a radical restructure of the Premier League that would reduce the size of the League despite fierce opposition from the top flight's executive, many of its clubs and the Government.
    (Daily Mail)


  • The EFL rejected a £375m offer from an American investment firm for a 20 per cent stake in the league that would have helped to solve the clubs' cash crisis.
    (Times)
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