More Tottenham news
2024-07-23 09:14:14
viewed 196 times | comments
2024-07-22 09:06:02
viewed 256 times | comments
2024-07-21 08:55:45
viewed 297 times | comments
2024-07-20 09:08:37
viewed 333 times | comments
Football Rumours on Saturday 6th April 2024
2024-04-06 09:13:52



TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Tottenham are weighing up a swoop for Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, 25, who could be allowed to leave for £25m if the Foxes fail to win promotion back to the Premier League.
    (Talksport)


  • Chelsea are continuing to scout alternative striker options to Victor Osimhen, with Girona'sUkraine international Artem Dovbyk, 26, on the club's radar.
    (GiveMeSport)


  • Manchester United's demands for a £34m fee for Jadon Sancho could scupper the 24-year-old England winger's wish to make his loan return to Borussia Dortmund permanent.
    (Sky Sport)


  • Manchester City have agreed a deal to sign Troyes' 19-year-old Brazilian winger Savio, who is on loan at Girona.
    (Football Insider)


  • Chelsea will not consider offers for England right-back Reece James, 24, this summer despite reports linking the 24-year-old with a move to Paris St-Germain or Real Madrid.
    (Football Insider)


  • Manager Eddie Howe has outlined his determination to keep Bruno Guimaraes at Newcastle "as long as he can" as the Magpies prepare to fend off interest in the Brazil midfielder, 26, from Paris St-Germain.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Newcastle are pursuing a move for Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly but there is still some negotiating to do for the free agent, and fees expected by intermediaries could yet be a problem.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Unwanted Barcelona forward Ansu Fati, 21, will not return to Brighton, where he is currently on loan, next season - but Wolves, Sevilla and Valencia are all considering a loan move for the Spain striker.
    (Sport)


  • Newcastle have now told several academy players they will be released this summer, including two who made their Premier League debuts this season - Michael Ndiweni and Amadou Diallo.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Burnley have agreed a deal to sign Netherlands Under-21 right-back Shurandy Sambo in the summer once the 22-year-old's PSV Eindhoven contract has ended.
    (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Manchester City's Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo, 29, only wants to play for Barcelona next season despite interest from other clubs.
    (Sport)


  • Paris St-Germain are willing to pay Victor Osimhen's reported £111.5m release clause to sign the Nigeria striker, 25, from Napoli this summer.
    (Corriere dello Sport)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Wolves boss Gary O'Neil says he is "happy" at the Molineux club and has no plans to leave, despite having aired some frustrations at his lack of squad depth.
    (Express & Star)


  • Jermain Defoe wants to be the next Sunderland manager. The former Sunderland striker is ready to leave his role as Tottenham U18 coach, with a backroom team poised to go and is keen on a return to Wearside.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester United are planning for next season with Erik ten Hag as the club's manager partly because of a lack of interested alternatives.
    (i news)


  • Manchester United are growing in confidence that they can agree a compensation fee of about £10m with Newcastle United to appoint Dan Ashworth as their sporting director before the summer transfer window opens.
    (Teamtalk)


  • Ruben Amorim has refused to commit his future to Sporting Lisbon beyond this summer after emerging as the favourite to succeed Jurgen Klopp.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Amorim has a £12.8m release clause at Sporting this summer, which drops to £8.5m in 2025.
    (Sun)


OTHER STUFF

  • Rotherham's inevitable relegation from the Championship was confirmed on Friday night after they were beaten 1-0 by Plymouth.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Chris Smalling is said to be suing his wealth managers for £750,000 after claiming they failed to tell him about fees and charges which could have cost £97.7m.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Leicester City's legal action against the Premier League after being charged with breaching Profitability and Sustainability Rules appears to be at odds with their own annual report.
    (Times)


  • Paul Barber, the Brighton & Hove Albion chief executive, revealed this week that the club pipped "a very big club in north London" to seal a partnership deal with British Airways late last year, which he described as "a fantastic coup for us".
    (Times)


  • Premier League referees are the highest-paid officials in Europe, according to new stats.
    (Daily Star)


  • QPR mascot Jude the Cat has been neutered — for flirting with female fans on match days, it is claimed. The Romeo in the costume was axed after being given a string of ­warnings telling him to stop chatting up match-goers and get on with his job.
    (Sun)
 BBCSport/SkySports
Comments