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Football Rumours on Wednesday 30th October 2019
2019-10-30 08:32:41



TRANSFER RUMOURS

  • Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have been in contact with representatives of Borussia Monchengladbach's 22-year-old Switzerland midfielder Denis Zakaria.
    (Inside Futbol)


  • Juventus sent scouts to Anfield on Sunday to watch Tottenham Hotspurs' South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 27, Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen and Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, all 27.
    (Tuttosport)


  • Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale's agent says the Wales international is "ecstatic to play" for the Spanish club, following reports linking the 30-year-old with a move to China.
    (Deportes Cuatro)


  • Manchester City and Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus, 22, has dismissed rumours linking him with Bayern Munich, writing on social media that the speculation was a "lie".
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Manchester United have almost completed a deal to sign Juventus and Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, 33, in January.
    (Tuttomercatoweb)


  • United sent scouts to watch Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali last week. Manchester City and Inter Milan are also interested in the 19-year-old Italian.
    (Sun)


  • Newcastle United are ready to sign French midfielder Ibrahima Sissoko, 21, in a £13m deal from Ligue 1 club Strasbourg.
    (Sun)


  • Roma have decided against signing former England midfielder Jack Rodwell following his trial with the club.
    (Sky Italy)


  • Manchester United have emerged as the frontrunners to sign Red Bull Salzburg and Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 19.
    (Corriere dello Sport)


  • Lyon have made contact with Oliver Giroud's agent over a potential January move for the Chelsea and France striker, 33.
    (Football.London)


  • Everton have scouted Czech Republic and Spartak Moscow midfielder Alex Kral, 21.
    (Clubcall)


  • Watford have confirmed that a work permit application for Brazilian forward Joao Pedro has been successful.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Leicester City and Watford are among the clubs tracking Ronald Sobowale - the cousin of Bayern Munich and Austria star David Alaba. Sobowale, 22, plays for eighth-tier Bostick League South East side Whyteleafe and has also had a trial with Middlesbrough.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Former Manchester United and Sweden forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38, has hinted he could join a La Liga club following his 18-month stint with LA Galaxy.
    (Metro)




MANAGEMENT STUFF
  • Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says referees need to consult pitchside monitors when making decisions reviewed by VAR.
    (Times)


  • Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes a number of Chelsea's youngsters are ahead of their Old Trafford counterparts in their development because of the time they have spent out on loan.
    (Times)


  • Jose Mourinho has set his sights on becoming the first boss to win major trophies at three English clubs, alerting Arsenal.
    (Sun)




INTERNATIONAL STUFF
  • Jack Grealish remains in contention to be selected for England's European Qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo, despite suffering a calf injury last weekend.
    (Sky Sports)




OTHER STUFF
  • Arsenal's English attacking midfielder Stan Flaherty, 17, has spent time on trial at Newcastle this month.
    (Newcastle Chronicle)


  • Arsenal's players want Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka to retain the club captaincy despite the 27-year-old appearing to swear at home fans during the 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace on Sunday.
    (Times)


  • Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka has fuelled further doubt over his future at the Emirates by changing his Instagram profile to one of him captaining Switzerland.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • The Premier League is planning to bring in enhanced video assistant referee (VAR) technology which will increase the accuracy and speed of offside decisions.
    (Daily Mail)
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