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Football Rumours on Tuesday 8th May 2018
2018-05-08 10:14:24





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal are confident midfielder Jack Wilshere will sign a new deal after offering him a fresh offer to stay at the club.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Brighton defender Lewis Dunk is waiting to find out if Arsenal's management change will end their interest in signing him.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has added West Ham's versatile forward Michail Antonio to his summer shopping list.
    (Times)


  • Chelsea and Belgium forward Eden Hazard, 27, says there is "no chance" of him leaving Stamford Bridge for Manchester United.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Spain striker Alvaro Morata, 25, could leave Chelsea and return to Juventus. The Blues may then consider a move for Paris St-Germain and Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani, 31.
    (Tuttosport)


  • Chelsea have moved in front of Liverpool in the race to sign Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir, 24.
    (L'Equipe)


  • Liverpool have spoken to Juventus about a deal for 31-year-old Sami Khedira during negotiations over the free transfer of fellow Germany midfielder Emre Can, 24, to the Italian side.
    (Sun)


  • Bayern Munich are willing to sell 29-year-old Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, a target for Manchester United, this summer.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the club are in talks to renew the contract of 24-year-old defender Samuel Umtiti, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
    (Daily Express)


  • Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta's proposed move to the Chinese Super League may be in doubt after Chongqing Lifan indicated a deal for the 33-year-old Spaniard could be off as a result of financial concerns.
    (Goal)


  • Guardian Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves is looking forward to playing for the club in the Premier League next season despite speculation over the 21-year-old Portugal international's future.
    (ESPN)


  • Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 36, could stay for another season with Porto after winning his first title in Portugal this term.
    (Marca)


  • Brighton boss Chris Hughton expects a quieter transfer window than last summer - when seven players were signed - now the club has secured its Premier League status.
    (Sun)




  • MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Arsenal want Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri or former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique to be their next manager, but both have concerns about taking the job because of the club's management structure.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Enrique is in danger of pricing himself out of becoming the Gunners' next manager - after asking for £15m after tax.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Arsenal's back-up plan if they fail to land Allegri is to appoint former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti and bring in either Patrick Vieira or Mikel Arteta to work alongside him.
    (Daily Star)


  • Ipswich are considering naming Tim Sherwood as their new manager.
    (Daily Star)


  • Bristol City owner Stephen Lansdown says he is unaware of any approach for manager Lee Johnson, who has been linked with West Brom.
    (Birmingham Mail)


  • Leicester want Huddersfield boss David Wagner to be their next manager, with the Foxes expected to part company with Claude Puel this month.
    (Times)


  • Phil Parkinson fears being axed by Bolton as the club is about to be sold to a Saudi Arabian group.
    (Sun)


  • Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri, who has been linked with Chelsea, has suggested he could leave the Serie A side this summer when he confirmed there is an 8m euros release clause in his contract.
    (Talksport)


  • Southampton manager Mark Hughes has growing support among the players at St Mary's to continue to be in charge of the relegation-threatened club beyond the end of this season.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • West Ham boss David Moyes is set to hold talks with the club's owners about his future and has a list of players he wants to sign if he stays as he also plan a major clear out of players.
    (Daily Express)


  • There are doubts from West Ham's owners and David Moyes about whether the best move would be for him to stay in charge of the Hammers.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • There is a question mark about Stoke City manager Paul Lambert's future at the club as there is a break clause in his contract which either party can activate by the end of June.
    (Guardian)




  • INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Mesut Ozil is confident he'll have recovered from a back injury in time to represent Germany at the World Cup.
    (Sky Sports)




  • OTHER STUFF

  • Shahid Khan's purchase of Wembley has been put on hold as local MPs plan a public consultation to let locals have a say.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Neil Etheridge is ready to live the Premier League dream just a few years after staying on a friend's sofa in an attempt to rescue his career.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Tickets for Huddersfield against Arsenal, Arsene Wenger's final game in charge of the Gunners, are being offered for sale for more than £200 each - despite warnings to fans about "profiteering".
    (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)


  • The attitude of Germany playmaker Mesut Ozil, 29, has angered a number of his team-mates at Arsenal.
    (Sun)


  • UEFA has confirmed the Premier League’s top four will all qualify for the Champions League even if Liverpool win the trophy and finish fifth.
    (Sky Sports)


  • The Premier League arranges fixture lists so none of the "top six" clubs meet on the first or last weekends of the season.
    (Times)


  • Southampton suspect dirty tricks after having their booking at a hotel near Swansea's stadium cancelled prior to Tuesday's game against their relegation-battling rivals.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United's 24-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku says his ankle injury is progressing "faster than expected".
    (Manchester Evening News)






















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