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Football Rumours on Tuesday 2nd November 2021
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  • Liverpool and Arsenal are among five clubs who have made offers to sign Marco Asensio from Real Madrid in January, along with Juventus, AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund, with the German club the favourites to sign the Spain attacking midfielder, 25.
    (El Nacional)

  • Arsenal are considering a move for Torino and Italy striker Andrea Belotti, 27.

  • Arsenal will make an offer to sign Serbia striker Luka Jovic, 23, on loan from Real Madrid.
    (Daily Express)

  • Chelsea will make a decision in January over whether to cut short Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour's season-long lean spell at Norwich City. The 20-year-old has been struggling for first-team football at the Carrow Road club.

  • Juventus may be forced to sell Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 30, or United States midfielder Weston McKennie, 23, to fund moves for Fiorentina's Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, 21, and Borussia Dortmund's Belgium midfielder Axel Witsel, 32.

  • Paris St-Germain are contemplating rescinding the two-year contract of Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 35, who joined on a free transfer from Real Madrid in July but is yet to play for the French club because of a calf problem.
    (Le Parisien)

  • PSG are set to make an offer to sign Portugal defensive midfielder Joao Palhinha, 26, from Sporting Lisbon.
    (O Jogo)

  • Brazil forward Vinicius Jr says he wants to renew his contract with Real Madrid, with the 21-year-old adding he is still on the same deal he signed at 16.
    (TNT Brazil)

  • Paris St-Germain are the favourites to sign Pogba when his contract runs out next summer.

  • AC Milan are preparing to offer Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 40, a contract extension on the same terms as his current deal.


  • When Middlesbrough take on Luton on Tuesday night, Neil Warnock will break the record for the most games managed in English professional football.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Antonio Conte is set to sign a £20m contract as Tottenham manager, with Spurs players ready for the former Chelsea and Inter Milan boss to take training on Tuesday.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Conte has asked Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy for a transfer budget of about £237m to buy six Serie A-based players he has identified.

  • Tottenham are set to pay Nuno Espirito Santo a severance package worth £14m - but a clause in the Portuguese coach's contract would have allowed Spurs to sack him for free at the end of the season if they had failed to finish in the top six of the Premier League.

  • Chris Wilder is set to make his return to management and take over from the sacked Markus Schopp as Barnsley boss.

  • Newcastle United plan to announce their new manager this week, with Villarreal's former Arsenal boss Unai Emery emerging as the latest leading contender.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Emery says he does "not know anything" about the speculation linking him with the managerial post at Newcastle.

  • Paulo Fonseca is being lined up by Aston Villa as they consider possible replacements for under-pressure boss Dean Smith, whose side is on a four-game losing streak.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Al Sadd have told Barcelona officials they will have to visit Qatar to agree a deal for Xavi to take charge of the club he played for.

  • Xavi has already given Barcelona a list of four players he wants to sign, including Manchester United's France midfielder Paul Pogba, 28, who is out of contract at the end of this season.
    (El Nacional)


  • Hungary fans will be banned from attending the World Cup Qualifier away to Poland after clashes with police during last month's game against England at Wembley.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Referee Alan Young is braced for the axe after forgetting to play injury time in Leyton Orient's chaotic win over Hartlepool on Saturday.

  • Sergio Aguero will be out for three months after suffering chest pains during Saturday's match against Alaves.
    (Sky Sports)
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