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Football Rumours on Monday 15th May 2017
2017-05-15 09:28:29


  • Dele Alli says "anything can happen" as speculation persists linking him with a move away from Tottenham.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Real Madrid and Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez, 25, will only sign for Manchester United if they qualify for the Champions League.
    ( Daily Express )


  • Arsenal have completed the signing of FC Schalke 04 left-back Sead KolaĊĦinac on a five-year deal according to reports in Germany.
    ( Sun )


  • Manchester United have targeted Tottenham's 26-year-old England defenders Danny Rose and Kyle Walker, as well as midfielder Eric Dier, 23, and hope to tempt them to Old Trafford by doubling their wages.
    ( Daily Star )


  • Liverpool and Brazil attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 24, says he is "happy a great club has an interest" as he continues to be linked with Spanish giants Barcelona.
    ( Daily Express )


  • West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is set to make an ambitious move for 30-year-old Napoli and Belgium winger Dries Mertens this summer.
    ( Sun )


  • Chelsea and Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi, 23, could still be on his way out of the club - despite scoring the goal against West Brom which clinched the Premier League title on Friday.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Paris St-Germain and Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani says Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez would be "welcome" should the 28-year-old Chile forward decide to join the French club this summer.
    ( Evening Standard )


  • Chelsea midfielder Willian, 28, insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge after reports linking the Brazil international with a move to Manchester United.
    ( Daily Star )


  • Manchester United are facing a battle with Ajax as both clubs try to sign Malmo's 23-year-old Swedish forward Pawel Cibicki, 23, in the summer.
    ( Sun )


  • Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha's hopes of signing 24-year-old Ghana defender Rashid Sumaila have been dealt a blow.
    ( Daily Record )


  • AC Milan and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, 18, has told friends he is set for a transfer to England as his contract with the Serie A giants enters its final season.
    ( Sun )


  • Borussia Monchengladbach say they would be open to signing Chelsea centre-back Andreas Christensen permanently after the 21-year-old Denmark international's impressive two-year loan spell in Germany.
    ( Daily Express )


  • Burnley manager Sean Dyche has warned the club's supporters not to expect them to spend big in the summer.
    ( Daily Mail )




  • MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says not playing in Europe has helped Premier League title winners Chelsea this season but warns the next campaign will be "a different story".
    ( Daily Mail )


  • Middlesbrough owner Steve Gibson has admitted he is ready to replace manager Steve Agnew as the club seek an immediate return to the Premier League following relegation.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Marco Silva declined to commit his future to Hull City and intends to meet the club's owners this week for talks after a heavy defeat at Crystal Palace condemned his team to relegation back to the Championship after one chaotic year among the elite.
    ( Guardian )


  • Former England manager Steve McClaren moved a step closer to taking up a new role at Huddersfield as he watched their play-off clash with Sheffield Wednesday.
    ( Sun )


  • Sunderland boss David Moyes wants funds to rebuild if he is to stay on after the side's relegation to the Championship and says he will "understand a bit more in a week or so".
    ( Guardian )




  • OTHER STORIES

  • Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke appears to have become the latest professional footballer to publish a pre-written social media post after his side's win against Hull on Sunday.
    ( Daily Telegraph )




























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