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Football Rumours on Tuesday 3rd September 2019
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TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Tottenham's 20-year-old English winger Marcus Edwards - once dubbed "mini Messi" - has left the north London side for Portuguese top-flight club Vitoria on a permanent deal.
    (Sun)


  • Royal Antwerp sign Belgian midfielder Steven Defour, 31, two days after his contract with Burnley was cancelled by mutual consent.
    (Het Laatste Nieuws)


  • Celtic have completed the signing of Manchester City defender Jeremie Frimpong on a four-year deal.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Borussia Dortmund's England forward Jadon Sancho, 19, has left the door open for a move to Manchester United by saying he "wouldn't mind" a return to his homeland.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester United sent scouts to Benfica's match against Braga on Sunday to watch two Portuguese players - defender Ruben Dias, 22, and 20-year-old midfielder Florentino Luis.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Mauro Icardi has signed a new three-year deal with Inter Milan and joined Paris Saint-Germain on a season-long loan.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Atletico Madrid's Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic, 31, has joined Roma on a season-long loan deal, with the Serie A side sending Czech forward Patrik Schick, 23, on loan to RB Leipzig.
    (Gazzetta dello Sport)


  • Croatia striker Ante Rebic, 25, has left Eintracht Frankfurt to join AC Milan on a two-year loan deal, with Portuguese forward Andre Silva, 23, heading the other way.
    (Gazzetta dello Sport)


  • Rangers have completed the permanent signing of Ryan Kent from Liverpool in a deal worth up to £7.5m on a four-year contract.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Brazil midfielder Rafinha Alcantara, 26, signed a contract extension with Barcelona before joining La Liga rivals Celta Vigo on a season-long loan deal.
    (Marca)


  • Atalanta replaced 34-year-old former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel - whose contract was terminated after just 24 days with the Serie A club - with Denmark centre-back Simon Kjaer, 30, from Sevilla.
    (Goal)


  • PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi would only have let Neymar leave this summer if a world record 300m euros (£272m) bid had arrived.
    (Le Parisien)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Lincoln manager Danny Cowley is Huddersfield's top target - but they may struggle to persuade him to takeover.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is growing increasingly frustrated with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial for their lack of killer instinct in front of goal.
    (Daily Mail)


  • 'I can't live with the fact I will never be on the bench again:' Arsene Wenger reveals his desire to get back into management at 69 years old after a year away.
    (Sky Sports)




INTERNATIONAL STUFF
  • Gareth Southgate's backroom team is being streamlined as part of a major restructure of the performance and technical departments at St George's Park.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Former England full-back Chris Powell has been appointed to work under Gareth Southgate with the men's senior side.
    (Sky Sports)




OTHER STUFF
  • Arsenal have now saved £45m on their annual wage bill after Henrikh Mkhitaryan became the latest player to leave the club this summer.
    (Times)


  • Jan Vertonghen says he has been fit for selection since the start of the season and his wait for a Tottenham return was down to Mauricio Pochettino’s tactical reasons.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Kieran Trippier has hit out at Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy over the manner of his exit from Tottenham, saying they failed to disclose their plans to sell him.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Premier League clubs are almost certain to vote in favour of realigning next summer's transfer window with Europe.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Leeds' Belgian left-back Laurens de Bock, 26, said that watching the Netflix series Sunderland 'Til I Die helped convince him to join the League One side on loan.
    (Sun)


  • A crowd-funded salvage operation could be launched for the plane on which Emiliano Sala was killed after his family took the step of publicly criticising the air accident investigation into his death.
    (Daily Telegraph)
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