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Football Rumours on Sunday 11th October 2020
2020-10-11 09:11:49





TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Tottenham held summer talks with English striker Ollie Watkins, who was keen to join but chairman Daniel Levy was put off by Brentford's £28m fee for the 24-year-old, who recently scored a hat-trick for Aston Villa against Liverpool.
    (Football Insider)


  • Crystal Palace will make one final record-breaking bid for Watford's Ismaila Sarr.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • West Ham United have made an offer of £17m plus add-ons for Brentford's Algeria forward Said Benrahma, 25.
    (90 Min)


  • Tottenham's on-loan forward Gareth Bale could be key to a Spurs move for his Wales team-mate and Swansea defender Joe Rodon, 22, this week.
    (Daily Star on Sunday)


  • Leicester City also want Rodon but would prefer a move in January or next summer.
    (Sun on Sunday)


  • Liverpool are lining up a move for Stoke City's 27-year-old English goalkeeper Jack Butland.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Everton's Italy striker Moise Kean, 20, has revealed he is "not particularly upset" to have left English football after making a loan move to Paris St-Germain for the remainder of the season and says he could have returned to Juventus.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • Manchester United could have signed Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland from Red Bull Salzburg in January, but decided against the deal because of agents' fees, before the 20-year-old eventually joined Borussia Dortmund.
    (ESPN)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is being considered by both Manchester United and Manchester City.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will have no hesitation sacking manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer if their season continues to disappoint.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists German midfielder Mesut Ozil, 31, could still be effective for the Gunners.
    (Goal)


  • Bruno Fernandes had a furious half-time bust-up with Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the 6-1 hammering by Spurs.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • The Premier League is under pressure to scrap its £14.95-a-game pay-per-view plan amid warnings it could compound the spike in coronavirus cases by driving fans into pubs.
    (Sunday Telegraph)



INTERNATIONAL STUFF

  • Harry Kane has picked up an injury and is a huge doubt for England's match against Belgium in the Nations League on Sunday.
    (Sunday Telegraph)


  • Steve Clarke wants Scotland's Euro 2020 play-off final against Serbia to act as incentive for players in or out of the squad.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey is available for Sunday's Nations League match against the Republic of Ireland, says manager Ryan Giggs.
    (Sky Sports)


  • David McGoldrick has been ruled out of the Republic of Ireland's UEFA Nations League fixtures with Wales and Finland.
    (Sky Sports)



OTHER STUFF

  • Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has admitted to having regrets over his career and says he "became too fond of the lifestyle that came with the money".
    (Sky Sports)


  • Brighton chief executive Paul Barber has told season ticket holders they will not be left out of pocket if they buy pay-per-view matches.
    (Argus)


  • Chelsea's Germany attacking midfielder Kai Havertz, 21, says the intensity in the Premier League is "very exhausting" compared with the Bundesliga.
    (London Evening Standard)


  • Former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas said Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho was one of the first people to call him after he suffered a heart attack while training with Porto.
    (ESPN)


  • Leeds United and Northern Ireland defender Stuart Dallas has revealed that Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland - who is the son of former Elland Road player Alfe-Inge - was desperate for his shirt when they met at international level, and even sang Leeds anthem Marching On Together as they swapped.
    (Talksport)
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