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Football Rumours on Tuesday 16th April 2024
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TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal are drawing up a list of players they would offer to Sporting Lisbon as part of a deal to sign striker Viktor Gyokeres this summer according to reports in Portugal.
    (Daily Express)


  • Tottenham's 23-year-old English right-back Djed Spence, who is currently on loan with Genoa, is one of several senior players expected to leave the London club this summer.
    (Football Insider)


  • Manchester City have opened talks with Wolves over the possible signing of Algeria wing-back Rayan Ait-Nouri, 22.
    (Football Transfers)


  • Manchester United are showing an interest in Sporting Lisbon's Viktor Gyokeres but fear Liverpool could scupper their chances of signing the Sweden striker, 25.
    (HITC)


  • Barcelona have rejected an offer from an unnamed Premier League club for Brazil winger Raphinha, 27.
    (Diario Sport)


  • Liverpool can sign Sporting Lisbon's Portugal centre-back Goncalo Inacio, 22, for £40m.
    (Football Insider)


  • Liverpool have identified Sunderland's England Under-21 goalkeeper Anthony Patterson, 23, as a potential replacement for their Republic of Ireland keeper Caoimhin Kelleher, 25.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Newcastle United are intensifying their scouting of RB Leipzig's Benjamin Sesko as they look to beat Manchester United and Chelsea to the signing of the 20-year-old Slovenia striker.
    (Teamtalk)


  • West Ham have made enquiries about Panathinaikos and Greece striker Fotis Ioannidis, 24.
    (Football Insider)


  • Nuno Espirito Santo is keen to re-explore interest in Caoimhin Kelleher after seeing Nottingham Forest's attempts to sign the Liverpool goalkeeper late in the January window rebuffed.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Leeds are ready to explore an initial loan move to bring Kalvin Phillips back to the club - if they can secure an instant Premier League return.
    (Daily Mail)


  • West Ham have also scouted Real Betis' Juan Miranda, although Brentford, Crystal Palace and Wolves are also keen on the Spain left-back, 24.
    (HITC)


  • Wrexham will make every effort they can to turn goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo's loan move from Arsenal into a permanent transfer this summer.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester City are one of a number of European clubs monitoring 15-year-old Porto youth team winger Cardoso Varela.
    (Foot Mercato)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Liverpool target Ruben Amorim has again laughed off suggestions he is heading for Anfield this summer, with the Sporting boss saying that he has not discussed his future with his squad because they only speak to him about days off.
    (Daily Mail)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Marcus Rashford has been told his place in England's Euro 2024 squad is "in danger" due to the wealth of options at Gareth Southgate's disposal.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Former Chelsea and Everton boss Frank Lampard has taken himself out of the running to become the new head coach of Canada's men's national team.
    (Daily Telegraph )


  • The German FA is planning to approach Jurgen Klopp after Julian Nagelsmann became Bayern Munich's No 1 target to replace Thomas Tuchel.
    (Daily Mirror)


OTHER STUFF

  • Chelsea have triggered contract extensions for Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez and Ukraine winger Mykhailo Mudryk, with both 23-year-olds having another year added to what were already long-term deals.
    (Sun)


  • Everton have officially lodged an appeal against their two-point deduction for a second breach of the Premier League’s Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR).
    (Sky Sports)


  • The takeover of Everton by 777 Partners is on a knife-edge ahead of a deadline for a £160m loan repayment that has sparked fears the club could be plunged into administration.
    (Daily Telegraph )


  • The Premier League has yet to approve the value of the £76.5m sale of Chelsea's two hotels to a sister company, leaving the club facing uncertainty over their compliance with spending rules, according to their latest accounts.
    (Times)


  • UEFA officials have been sweating over the possibility of an English club reaching the final in Dublin on May 22 as the Irish capital would likely descend into chaos, with just 12,000 tickets available to fans of each club.
    (Daily Mail)
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