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Football Rumours on Wednesday 9th March 2022
2022-03-09 09:23:32





TRANSFER RUMOURS
  • Arsenal could attempt to re-sign Germany winger Serge Gnabry from Bayern Munich, with the 26-year-old - who spent four years with the Gunners - valued at £63m.
    (Football.London)


  • Tottenham are prepared to listen to offers for 23-year-old Brazilian defender Emerson Royal, less than a year after his £26m move from Barcelona.
    (Sun)


  • Newcastle United are interested in signing Germany defender Antonio Rudiger when the 29-year-old's Chelsea contract expires at the end of the season.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • But Manchester United will rival their fellow Premier League side for Rudiger's signature this summer.
    (Daily Express)


  • United, however, could miss out on signing the centre-back because of the uncertainty over who will become the next manager at Old Trafford.
    (90min)


  • Manchester United expect 37-year-old Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo to leave this summer and are lining up Everton's Brazil international Richarlison, 24, as his replacement.
    (Caught Offside)


  • Aston Villa are ready to exercise their option to turn Philippe Coutinho's loan from Barcelona into a permanent deal after being impressed with the 29-year-old Brazil forward's recent performances.
    (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Andreas Christensen's agents are in Spain to seal a move to Barcelona. The 25-year-old Denmark defender will join on a five-year deal when his Chelsea contract expires at the end of the season.
    (Mundo Deportivo)


  • Roma will make a move for Manchester United's Portugal full-back Diogo Dalot, 22, this summer.
    (Calciomercato)


  • Liverpool will have the chance to sign Red Bull Salzburg's 20-year-old German striker Karim Adeyemi in the summer transfer window, but could face competition from Borussia Dortmund.
    (Daily Express)


  • Paris St-Germain and Chelsea are interested in signing Manchester City's Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez, 31.
    (Foot Mercato)


  • Manchester United will have to pay up to 80m euros (£66m) to sign Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 27, from Lazio as a replacement for France midfielder Paul Pogba, 28.
    (Sport Witness)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants to sign Borussia Dortmund's Jude Bellingham and believes the 18-year-old England international will go on to become the best midfielder in the world.
    (Sun)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • UEFA is to expand the Euros to 32 teams following discussions with member nations.
    (Daily Mail)



OTHER STUFF

  • England striker Harry Kane, 28, has told team-mates he will stay at Tottenham next season if Champions league football is secured and Antonio Conte remains as manager.
    (Daily Express)


  • Everton face a major wage crisis if they lose their Premier League status with players to remain on the same basic salaries even if they are relegated.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Everton are preparing to negotiate with the Premier League over their financial accounts amid fears they could become the first club to breach the top flight's profit and sustainability rules.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Turkish billionaire Muhsin Bayrak claims he is making progress in his attempt to buy Chelsea for under £2.5bn and will update again on Thursday.
    (Daily Mail)


  • British property developer Nick Candy is working on a £2.5bn bid for Chelsea, which includes plans for a £1.5bn rebuild of Stamford Bridge, to be submitted by the end of the week.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Barcelona are close to changing the name of their iconic Nou Camp home as their £237m sponsorship deal with Spotify is nearing completion.
    (Sun)


  • Goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis was the hero as Sutton beat Wigan 7-6 on penalties to advance to the Papa John's Trophy final in their maiden season in the competition.
    (Sky Sports)
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