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Football Rumours on Friday 1st November 2019
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TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal are reportedly ready to fight it out with Manchester City for Real Madrid playmaker Isco.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester City are among the clubs tracking Steaua Bucharest's 21-year-old Romanian forward Florinel Coman.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Germany midfielder Emre Can will be allowed to leave Juventus in January, with Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Paris St-Germain interested in the 25-year-old former Liverpool player.
    (Tuttosport)


  • Liverpool are considering the possibility of fielding two teams in two competitions on the same day, with their Carabao Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa and Club World Cup semi-final potentially clashing.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Manchester United and Juventus are the frontrunners among 20 clubs monitoring the progress of Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, with Red Bull Salzburg open to selling the 19-year-old in the summer. Manchester City and Real Madrid are also interested.
    (Guardian)


  • Manchester United are interested in Inter Milan's 22-year-old Argentine forward Lautaro Martinez, who would cost 111m euros (£95.6m).
    (Mundo Deportivoh)


  • Norwich City are a possible destination for Spartak Moscow's Czech Republic holding midfielder Alex Kral, 21.
    (Norwich Evening News)


  • Juventus are watching Manchester United's Netherlands Under-21 winger Tahith Chong, who is out of contract at Old Trafford next summer.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Roma want to complete the permanent signing of United's 29-year-old England defender Chris Smalling, who is on loan at the Serie A side this season, for £18m.
    (Corriere dello Sport)


  • Crystal Palace are among the teams interested in signing Liverpool's England Under-21 striker Rhian Brewster, 19, on loan this season.
    (Sun)


  • Inter Milan are monitoring Parma's Italian right-back Matteo Darmian, 29.
    (Gazzetta dello Sport)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Roy Hodgson has opened talks with Crystal Palace over a new contract that would take him past his 73rd birthday.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Craig Levein has been sacked as Hearts boss and will not return to his director-of-football role - but he will stay at Tynecastle for now.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Edinson Cavani is not "completely happy" at Paris St-Germain, says boss Thomas Tuchel, who has started the 32-year-old Uruguay forward on the bench since his return from injury.
    (Le Parisien)




OTHER STUFF
  • Gareth Barry battles back from career-threatening knee injury to sign new West Brom contract until end of season aged 38.
    (Sun)


  • Derby have sacked defender Richard Keogh for gross misconduct following his involvement in a drink-driving incident in September.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Middlesbrough have told senior players they will have to take significant pay cuts to stay at the Championship club.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Everton have fast-tracked the development of 16-year-old English midfielder Tyler Onyango, bringing him into their under-23 squad months earlier than planned.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • The Irish FA, the governing body for football in Northern Ireland, has confirmed it will not sanction any of its member clubs to take part in an All-Ireland league.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Sunderland's executive director confirms a "significant investment" of funds has been paid into the club by American consortium 'FPP Sunderland Group'.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Former England team-mates Alan Shearer and Michael Owen, who were recently involved in a social media row following the release of the latter's book, have both been named as pundits as part of Amazon Prime's Premier League coverage next month.
    (Times)


  • Two Italian senators have said they will bring forward a political debate to reassure fans of Serie A's "impartiality" following two controversial penalty decisions in games involving Napoli and Juventus.
    (ESPN)
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