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Football Rumours on Thursday 28th March 2024
2024-03-28 08:13:27


  • Arsenal have a 10-man shortlist for a new striker this summer with RB Leipzig's Slovenian Benjamin Sesko, 20, Sporting Lisbon's Viktor Gyokeres, 25, and his fellow Sweden international, Newcastle's Alexander Isak, 24, among those being monitored.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Tottenham want to sign Feyenoord's Mexico striker Santiago Gimenez, 22, as their replacement for Harry Kane this summer - one year after the 30-year-old England striker's departure to Bayern Munich.
    (Caught Offside)

  • Brentford's Ivan Toney, 28, also remains on the Gunners' shortlist with the England striker having attracted interest from Mikel Arteta's side for several seasons.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Manchester United are keen on Everton centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite, 21, as they prioritise improving their defence next season.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Pep Guardiola is "obsessed" by Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, 26, but Manchester City would have to pay 100m euros (£85.7m) to sign the Brazil international.

  • West Ham expect Manchester City to move again for their Brazil midfielder Lucas Paqueta, 26.
    (Football Insider)

  • Chelsea are among the clubs interested in Athletico Paranaense goalkeeper Bento, 24, who made his Brazil debut against England last week.

  • Liverpool forward Luis Diaz, 27, has not given up hope of moving to one of the big Spanish La Liga clubs in the future, according to the Colombia international's father.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Manchester United are interested in signing Argentine defender Aaron Anselmino, 18, from Boca Juniors.

  • Tottenham, West Ham, Brighton and Everton are all plotting moves for Juventus and England Under-21 winger Samuel Iling-Junior, 20.
    (Football Insider)

  • Italy midfielder Jorginho, 32, could leave Arsenal this summer to return to his homeland.
    (Football London)

  • The Gunners' hopes of signing winger Xavi Simons, 20, have been hit because Paris St-Germain want to give the Netherlands international more game time when he returns from a loan at RB Leipzig.
    (Daily Express)

  • Manchester United will let Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 32, leave this summer.
    (Football Insider)

  • Tottenham and Crystal Palace are reportedly interested in bringing Marcus Edwards back to the Premier League from Sporting CP.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Real Madrid cannot afford a rumoured move for Liverpool and England full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, 25.

  • AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud is set to join MLS side Los Angeles FC in a permanent transfer.

  • Manchester United are frustrated at Tunisia midfielder Hannibal Mejbri's lack of game time while on loan at Sevilla with the 21-year-old having made just four appearances in La Liga since joining in January.


  • Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi is Bayern Munich's leading managerial candidate if they cannot persuade their former midfielder Xabi Alonso to join from Bayer Leverkusen.
    (Florian Plettenberg)

  • Liverpool assistant coach Pep Lijnders is a contender to take charge at Ajax next season.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • England second-choice goalkeeper Sam Johnstone underwent surgery on Wednesday after injuring his elbow during training and will miss Euro 2024.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Gareth Southgate and other international managers will ask UEFA to change the squad limit for Euro 2024 from 23 to 26.


  • Arsenal teenager Ethan Nwaneri will sign his first professional deal at the club after returning from England under-17 duty this week with the 17-year-old midfielder having previously attracted interest from Manchester City.
    (Football Insider)

  • Harry Kane is set to take part in Bayern Munich's friendly against his old club at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday August 10 - the week before the new Premier League season.

  • Arsenal and West Ham can almost guarantee an extra Champions League place for English clubs in 2024-25 by evicting German teams from Europe.