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Football Rumours on Monday 11th March 2024

last updated Monday 11th March 2024, 8:45 AM


  • Arsenal are willing to sell full-back Kieran Tierney in the summer but the Gunners want £20m for the 26-year-old Scotland defender.
    (Give Me Sport)

  • Chelsea are yet to make a decision on 24-year-old English midfielder Conor Gallagher's future at the club, amid interest from Tottenham.
    (Caught Offside)

  • New Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to approve a bid of more than £100m for Benfica's 19-year-old Portuguese midfielder Joao Neves.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Crystal Palace are ready to move for Lewis Hall for the second time.

  • Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City are reportedly battling it out to sign 15-year-old wonderkid Francesco Camarda from AC Milan.

  • United will do everything possible to sign Bayern Munich's England striker Harry Kane, 30, should he become available this summer.
    (Give Me Sport)

  • Chelsea are leading the race to sign Sporting defender Ousmane Diomande, according to reports.

  • Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich, who has been linked with Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool, is yet to hold contract talks with Bayern Munich with less than 18 months left on the 29-year-old's current deal.

  • Sammie Szmodics is on Brentford's radar as the Bees plan for life after Ivan Toney.

  • Chelsea could look to sell as many as 15 players in the summer transfer window.

  • AC Milan remain in talks with Arsenal over a move for Poland left-back Jakub Kiwior, 24.
    (Team Talk)


  • Liverpool have shortlisted Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi, Germany boss Julian Nagelsmann and Sporting Lisbon's Ruben Amorim as candidates to replace Jurgen Klopp.
    (Football Insider)


  • Egypt have agreed to Liverpool's request to leave Mohamed Salah out of their squad for their upcoming March internationals.


  • Manchester United intend to treble the salary of 18-year-old English midfielder Kobbie Mainoo, less than a year after he signed a new deal, to keep him at the club until 2030.

  • Nottingham Forest have threatened to leave the City Ground amid a row with the council over rent - and they have no fewer than four options for a new home.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Crisis club Reading have been left fearing a new cash shortfall could end up relegating them - and kill their chances of a sale.
    (Daily Mirror)

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