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Football Rumours on Sunday 26th November 2017

last updated Sunday 26th November 2017, 8:51 AM

  • Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is set to open talks with Barcelona, although Manchester United are also keen to sign the 29-year-old.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Paris St-Germain are the favourites to sign 28-year-old Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. The French club want him to replace their Brazil forward Neymar, 25, who is likely to leave for Real Madrid next season.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane suggested he is planning to add to his squad in the next transfer window, but says that no players will leave.

  • Arsenal are expected to launch a new bid for Monaco's 22-year-old winger Thomas Lemar in January, but it will be well below the £90m they offered in August.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Tottenham are eyeing Bologna star Adam Masina as Danny Rose's replacement, amid rumours of a move to Manchester United.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Stoke are planning to make a £2.5m bid for Augsburg's 27-year-old Ghana right-back Daniel Opare.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Napoli forward Dries Mertens, 30, says Barcelona were interested in signing him earlier this year, but he turned the move down.

  • Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, 31, has urged the club to go all out to sign 27-year-old Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea.

  • Chelsea are considering an approach for Stoke's 24-year-old goalkeeper Jack Butland, as contract talks with keeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, have stalled.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Chelsea poised to beat Arsenal and Manchester City to the signing of Hamburg's highly-rated 17-year-old striker Jann-Fiete Arp.

  • Newcastle are keen to secure a loan deal for out-of-favour Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw, 22, and help the him revive his career on Tyneside.
    (Sunday Mirror)


  • Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino claimed his side are out of the Premier League title race after drawing at home to West Brom.
    (Sunday Telegraph)

  • Martin O'Neill is top of a three-man shortlist to become Everton's new manager.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Watford intend to report Everton to the Premier League should the Merseyside club's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri continue with his pursuit of Hornets boss Marco Silva.
    (Sunday Times)

  • However, Everton's search for a new manager has opened up a boardroom rift between Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright with the club's owner eager to appoint a big name at odds with the latter's desire for a hungry young boss.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho said his side had "too many attackers" in Saturday's 1-0 win over Brighton.

  • Ex-England boss Sam Allardyce said he is not yet thinking about a return to management.
    (Daily Star Sunday)

  • West Brom caretaker manager Gary Megson revealed he spoke to sacked former boss Tony Pulis on the telephone 40 minutes before they kicked off in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Tottenham.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Russia 'drug cheats' are set to cast a shadow over the 2018 World Cup draw after a whistleblower revealed he has evidence proving Russian footballers were involved in state-sponsored doping.
    (Mail on Sunday)


  • The Premier League's average weekly wage has risen above £50k, making it the highest-paid league in world football.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Neymar's annual wage with PSG equals that of the top seven women's football leagues combined, as a study shows the incredible disparity in money.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Burnley midfielder Johann Berg Gudmundsson, 27, has tipped Clarets boss Sean Dyche to become the next England manager.
    (Daily Star Sunday)

  • Paris St-Germain have agreed a new sponsorship deal with Nike, in which they will earn £53m a year from next June.
    (Paris United)

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