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Football Rumours on Tuesday 16th March 2021
2021-03-16 09:20:15


  • Arsenal are looking at keeping Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, at Emirates Stadium next season, with the London club exploring both another loan or permanent move for the Norway international.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Tottenham and Chelsea are potential contenders to sign Argentina striker Paulo Dybala, 27, from Juventus.
    (Sport Witness)

  • Hatayspor striker Aaron Boupendza is keen to move to the Premier League and is being monitored by a number of clubs, including Southampton, Tottenham, Leicester, West Ham, Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and Wolves. Boupendza's Gabon international team-mate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has also spoken to Arsenal about the 24-year-old.
    (90 min)

  • Manchester United are reportedly the clear favourites to snare Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic for £30m.

  • Chelsea are considering including 25-year-old Germany forward Timo Werner in a part-exchange deal with Borussia Dortmund to bring Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, to Stamford Bridge in the summer.
    (Football Insider)

  • Meanwhile, Manchester United will focus on Haaland as a top-priority signing, while any approach for Tottenham's 27-year-old England forward Harry Kane is now seen as unlikely.
    (Manchester Evening News)

  • Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek, 23, wants to leave Manchester United after less than a season at Old Trafford and has requested a meeting with club bosses.
    (Daily Star)

  • West Brom are among a number of clubs monitoring the progress of Newport's English defender Priestley Farquharson, 24.
    (Football Insider)

  • Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane says reports that Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, wants to return to the Spanish club this summer could be true.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Lee Bowyer is expected to become the next Birmingham City manager after leaving Charlton.
    (Sky Sports)


  • England are hoping that Jordan Pickford will declare himself available for their World Cup qualifiers but have placed the West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Sam Johnstone on standby.

  • Valencia forward Yunus Musah has opted against playing for England and pledged his international future to the United States. The 18-year-old captained England from under-15 to under-18 level.
    (BBC Sport)

  • Southampton forward Che Adams, 24, is considering switching his international allegiance to Scotland despite representing England at youth level.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez has been called up by Spain - dealing a blow to Chelsea outcast Kepa Arrizabalaga.


  • Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic has resigned after having a near-five year prison sentence for fraud confirmed by Croatia's Supreme Court on Monday.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Wigan have announced that a deal has been agreed to sell the League One club to Phoenix 2021, the UK-based company owned by Mr Abdulrahman Al-Jasmi, subject to EFL approval.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will not be stripped of the captaincy after being dropped by hard-line Mikel Arteta.

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was angered by Mikel Arteta's decision to axe him from the team to face Tottenham because of his late arrival - but influential squad members support the Arsenal manager's shock call.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Matteo Guendouzi has vowed to fight for his Arsenal career once his Hertha Berlin loan spell comes to an end.

  • Former Arsenal ace Stephan Lichtsteiner has started a new career as a trainee watchmaker.
    (Daily Star)

  • Chelsea hope to agree a new contract with Antonio Rudiger, 28, before this summer's Euros to avoid allowing the Germany defender to enter the final year of his current deal.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Plans to allow 20,000 fans to watch the FA Cup final at Wembley may be restricted to local supporters to mitigate unnecessary travel, meaning fans based outside London would be unable to attend.
    (Daily Telegraph)
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