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Football Rumours on Wednesday 11th November 2015

last updated Wednesday 11th November 2015, 8:27 AM


  • Pep Guardiola, 44, will be offered a staggering £17m-a-year to stay as Bayern Munich's manager - and snub a move to the Premier League.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • But former Bayern defender Willy Sagnol, now coach at Bordeaux, says Manchester City would be the perfect place for Guardiola to start a new project.
    (Manchester Evening News)


  • Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo is under pressure after a poor record in the transfer market.
    (Sun)


  • Paul Lambert is ready to return to management at Championship side Blackburn.
    ( Daily Express)


  • Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 19, is seeking loan move away from Stamford Bridge in January.
    (Times)


  • Manchester United are in pole position to sign Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda, 19, who is frustrated with a lack of game-time at Stamford Bridge.
    (Metro)


  • Liverpool are reportedly preparing a bid for 23-year-old Empoli attacker Riccardo Saponara.
    ( Daily Express)


  • Former Watford manager Slavisa Jokanovic, 47, tops Championship club Blackburn's list to succeed the sacked Gary Bowyer. Ex-Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert, 46, is another leading candidate.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • QPR are prepared to risk Charlie Austin for nothing next summer unless they get at least £8m for him in January.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Former Newcastle striker Mick Quinn believes the club need to sign a striker in January, but does not think West Ham's Andy Carroll, 26, is the answer.
    (Evening Chronicle)




  • OTHER GOSSIP

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says doping is rife in football after the Russian athletics drugs scandal.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Nice winger Hatem Ben Arfa, 28, says his life was hell while he was at former club Newcastle, where he was left to train with the reserves.
    (France Football)


  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has spoken of his admiration for Indian culture, in particular Mahatma Gandhi and his peaceful principles.
    ( Daily Mail )


  • The Football Association has hired a lawyer to try to reclaim £21m spent on England's failed bid to host the 2018 World Cup.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Leicester striker Jamie Vardy was so confident of success when he joined the club from non-league Fleetwood Town in 2012 that he negotiated a clause in his contract for a bonus should he play for England.
    (BBC Radio 5 live)


  • Results of a vote reveal that the majority of participants want Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to improve the wing positions in the team.
    (Liverpool Echo)


  • Wales assistant manager Osian Roberts has urged young and fringe players to use Friday's friendly with the Netherlands to fight for a place in the Euro 2016 squad.
    (Wales Online)


  • Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is set to be called as a star witness by the club's former doctor Eva Carneiro as she sues for constructive dismissal.
    ( Daily Mail )


  • Jose Mourinho is furious with the League Managers' Association for not giving him more backing.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Crystal Palace have re-opened negotiations with an American consortium over investment in the South London club.
    ( Daily Mirror )


  • Jose Mourinho has a worse record than any other Chelsea manager sacked by Roman Abramovich.
    (Independent)


  • Spain coach Vicente del Bosque says he won the World Cup for Spain by accident.
    (Independent)




  • AND FINALLY

  • World and Olympic long-distance champion Mo Farah wanted to name his son Arsenal but his wife Tania "wasn't having it". The 32-year-old is a long-standing Gunners supporter.
    (London Evening Standard)






















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