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Football Rumours Thursday 23rd May 2024
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TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal are in the market for Feyenoord goalkeeper Justin Bijlow with Mikel Arteta wanting a new No.2 as Aaron Ramsdale is expected to leave.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Tottenham are willing to offload 27-year-old Brazil forward Richarlison to make space for England and Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke, 26.
    (Talksport)


  • Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva, 29, can leave this summer if Manchester City receive an offer of at least £50m.
    (Football Insider)


  • Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 25, is set to reject interest from Paris St-Germain and Saudi Arabian clubs as he looks to secure a move to Chelsea.
    (Teamtalk)


  • Representatives for Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne held one conversation with new MLS club San Diego FC, but there is no suggestion the Belgium midfielder, 32, is ready to move.
    (Athletic)


  • West Ham are in advanced talks to sign 28-year-old Brazil centre-back Fabricio Bruno from Flamengo.
    (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Crystal Palace have agreed personal terms with Morocco and Real Betis centre-back Chadi Riad, 20, in a deal worth up to £14m.
    (London Evening Standard)


  • England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, 30, has given a clear indication he will remain with Everton despite transfer interest from Chelsea.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Slovenia forward Benjamin Sesko, 20, who is on Chelsea and Arsenal's radar, will decide before the Euros whether he wants to remain at RB Leipzig or move on.
    (Fabrizio Romano)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Ipswich have offered manager Kieran McKenna a bumper new contract in the hope of keeping him amid interest from Manchester United, Chelsea and Brighton.
    (Sun)


  • In-demand Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna is set to reject the offer of a new deal form the club, according to a report.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Chelsea are in discussions with McKenna's representatives about the 38-year-old becoming their new manager.
    (Football Insider)


  • Argentine former Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino, 52, would be interested in talking to Manchester United if they sack manager Erik ten Hag.
    (Times)


  • Chelsea have identified a shortlist of candidates to replace Pochettino and hope to make an appointment in a matter of days.
    (Athletic)


  • Leicester City are braced for an approach from Chelsea for manager Enzo Maresca.
    (Sun)


  • Crystal Palace sporting director Dougie Freedman, 49, has rejected an offer from Newcastle United to replace Dan Ashworth in a similar role and will stay with the Eagles.
    (Football Insider)


  • Dan Ashworth is attempting to force Newcastle United to let him out of his lengthy gardening leave early so that he can start work at Manchester United and will argue he was sacked from the club rather than resigning.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Bayern Munich are close to ending their protracted search for a new manager by handing the vacancy to Burnley's Vincent Kompany.
    (Guardian)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Gareth Southgate says his new-look England squad will have more "hunger" going into the Euros.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Mauricio Pochettino will be a leading candidate for the England job if he remains out of work and the post becomes available after Euro 2024.
    (Daily Telegraph)


OTHER STUFF

  • Former Fulham loanee Ademola Lookman scored a stunning hat-trick for Atalanta, who won the Europa League final 3-0 against Bayer Leverkusen.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Manchester United are not open to sanctioning a new deal for Bruno Fernandes, despite the desire of the Portugal midfielder, 29, and interest from Saudi side Al-Nassr.
    (Transfer News Live)


  • Bookmakers have slashed odds on Manchester City getting relegated next season as the club awaits its hearing for 115 alleged financial breaches.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • An American consortium of Silicon Valley-based private investors have revived their hopes of a takeover at Sheffield United following their relegation from the Premier League.
    (Daily Telegraph)
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