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Football Rumours on Monday 16th September 2019

last updated Monday 16th September 2019, 9:47 AM


  • Arsenal are set to win the race for the signature of Sunderland's English teenager Logan Pye after the 15-year-old was linked with a move to the Premier League during the summer.

  • Midfielder Christian Eriksen is snubbing every new Tottenham contract put in front of him as the 27-year-old Dane's agent facilitates a move to Real Madrid next summer.
    (Daily Express)

  • Real Madrid could offer German midfielder Toni Kroos, 29, to Manchester United in exchange for 26-year-old France midfielder Paul Pogba.

  • Manchester United's Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic, 31, is a target for Juventus in January.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Manchester United had scouts checking out Kosovo striker Vedat Muriqi, 25, when he scored against England at Wembley on Tuesday.
    (Daily Express)

  • Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, 21, has not ruled out opting to play for Nigeria instead of England.

  • Lincoln City have opened fresh talks with Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth after he turned down their initial offer to take over as their new manager.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Arsenal boss Unai Emery has revealed he was with Javi Gracia when Watford sacked him.

  • Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to go head-to-head in a mammoth bid to tempt manager Jurgen Klopp and Netherlands defender Virgil van Dijk, 28, away from Liverpool.
    (Daily Star)

  • Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is relishing the prospect of his first Champions League match as a manager when Chelsea face Valencia on Tuesday.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has threatened to play for Nigeria if Gareth Southgate doesn't hurry up and pick him again for England.

  • Manchester United have offered to make Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 28, the Premier League's best-paid footballer to convince him to sign a new long-term contract.

  • UEFA referee chief Roberto Rosetti has hit out at the Premier League's use of VAR after Mike Riley admitting that four VAR decisions had been incorrect in matches before the international break.
    (Daily Mirror)

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