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Football Rumours on Sunday 31st March 2024
2024-03-31 10:22:23


  • Tottenham are likely to need another solution for club-record signing Tanguy Ndombele this summer with current loan club Galatasaray expected to pass on their £13m buy option for the midfielder.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Chelsea are planning to sell two of their England internationals - right-back Reece James, 24, and midfielder Conor Gallagher, 24 - this summer to avoid breaching the Premier League's profitability and sustainability rules.
    (Sunday Times)

  • West Ham are edging closer to signing Brentford and England striker Ivan Toney, 28, in a "statement" deal for the club.
    (Football Insider)

  • Getafe boss Jose Bordalas says he is unclear on Mason Greenwood's future at the club, with Manchester United yet to make a decision on whether the English striker, 22, will return.
    (Manchester Evening News)

  • Manchester United are leading the chase for Port Vale's 17-year-old England youth striker Baylee Dipepa.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Sporting Lisbon want £68.5m for in-form Swedish striker Viktor Gyokeres, 25, amid interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Barcelona and Chelsea are both working on a move for Palmeiras' 16-year-old Brazilian Estevao Willian, with the winger's release clause reportedly set at £51m.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Sunderland and Northern Ireland defender Trai Hume, 22, is attracting interest from Premier League sides Aston Villa and Bournemouth as well as Serie A club Napoli.
    (Sunday Life)

  • Feyenoord have made an approach for West Ham full-back Ben Johnson, 24, who is now permitted to speak to overseas clubs.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Liverpool's hopes of landing Ruben Amorim as their next manager have been boosted as he is understood to be considering a move away from Sporting Lisbon in the summer even if they win the Portuguese title.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Research has revealed Manchester City would lead the Premier League by five points if no added time had been played this season with Chelsea down in a lowly 13th place.
    (Mail on Sunday)