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Football Rumours on Sunday 14th April 2024
2024-04-14 09:12:33


  • Fulham and West Ham are considering a move for Panathinaikos' 24-year-old Greece striker Fotis Ioannidis, who is valued at £15m.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Arsenal are keen to bring in a striker to provide competition for Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus, 27, and Germany striker Kai Havertz, 24, with Bologna's Dutchman Joshua Zirkzee, 22, among their top targets.

  • Tottenham are ready to step up their efforts to sign Atalanta's 22-year-old Brazilian midfielder Ederson.

  • Manchester United are lining up an £80m bid for Everton's 21-year-old English defender Jarrad Branthwaite.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Inter Milan are interested in signing Manchester United and England defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 26, if 27-year-old Netherlands defender Denzel Dumfries leaves this summer.
    (Gazzetta dello Sport)

  • Newcastle are guaranteed to finish above 14th place in the league table after beating Tottenham, triggering the clause which means they have to sign Lewis Hall from Chelsea for £28m.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Manchester United could attempt to buy Brentford's 28-year-old England striker Ivan Toney in the summer.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Brighton and Brentford are among the clubs tracking Portugal U20 attacking midfielder Gustavo Sa.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Manchester United are planning to sell 24-year-old Brazil winger Antony this summer, with Crystal Palace's French midfielder Michael Olise, 22, their top target as a replacement.
    (Rudy Galetti)

  • Chelsea's 19-year-old English defender Lewis Hall, who is on loan at Newcastle United, is set to make his move permanent this summer.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Swansea are suing former manager Russell Martin for breach of contract following his move to Championship rivals Southampton last summer.
    (Sunday Telegraph)


  • Scotland boss Steve Clarke and his scouts are keeping tabs on Lincoln City frontman Joe Taylor.
    (Scottish Sun)

  • Israel have targeted featuring at future editions of the Copa America after signing a cooperation agreement with CONMEBOL.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Wrexham turned on the style to seal promotion to League One with a 6-0 victory over Forest Green. The north Wales-based club, owned by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynold and Rob McElhenney, have earned back-to-back promotions after winning the National League title last season.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Everton have failed to secure funds for the next phase of their Bramley-Moore Dock stadium. And that has prompted fears over whether the club can complete its £760million construction.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • The US owners of Chelsea have sold both the hotels on the Stamford Bridge site to another company they own, generating £75.6 million of income which will count towards their profitability and sustainability rules compliance.
    (Sunday Telegraph)