0 users online

Football Rumours on Saturday 2nd March 2019

last updated Saturday 02nd March 2019, 9:42 AM


  • Arsenal are preparing a £4m bid for 17-year-old Brazilian youngster Gabriel Martinelli who plays with Sao Paulo state Championship side Ituano.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • The Gunners are also among the clubs interested in signing Ajax and Argentina left-back Nicolas Tagliafico, 26, this summer.

  • Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal, 33, and Liverpool left-back Alberto Moreno, 26 - both Spain internationals - are targets for Barcelona.

  • Real Madrid will look to sell Wales forward Gareth Bale, 29, this summer.

  • Paul Pogba's Manchester United future hinges on the club qualifying for the Champions League with the 25-year-old still open to a return to Juventus.

  • Manchester United are ready to break the bank and splash £154m on Benfica duo Ruben Dias and Joao FelixManchester United are ready to break the bank and splash £154m on Benfica duo Ruben Dias and Joao Felix.
    (Daily Star)

  • Manchester City remain keen to sign Leicester defender Ben Chilwell, 22, but are also watching Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt, 19, and 21-year-old Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic.
    (Daily Mail)

  • However, Chilwell has calmed talk of a possible summer move to the Etihad with the England international saying nobody wants to leave Leicester now that Brendan Rodgers has become manager.

  • Chelsea are in contract talks with Belgium forward Eden Hazard, 28, amid interest from Real Madrid.

  • Manchester United are in pole position to sign Brazil left-back Alex Sandro, 28, this summer if he decides to leave Juventus.

  • Inter Milan are prepared to target Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, 30, this summer.

  • Chelsea's Nigerian full-back Ola Aina, 22, is set to complete an £8.7m move to Torino after an impressive loan spell with the Serie A outfit.

  • Southampton defender Wesley Hoedt, 24, says he wants to stay with Spanish club Celta Vigo when his loan spell ends at the end of the season.
    (Read Southampton)


  • Manager Roy Hodgson says defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 22, is fully focused on Crystal Palace despite links to Manchester United.
    (Daily Express)

  • Bolton owner Ken Anderson has apologised for failing to pay his players and revealed that a takeover deal is up in the air in a shock email.


  • Gareth Southgate will run the rule over in-form Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton when they face Crystal Palace on Saturday.
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Tottenham's players fear striker Harry Kane, 25, could leave if the club doesn't break its trophy drought.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 26, has revealed he almost quit Tottenham after his first season in England because he "didn't feel comfortable".
    (London Evening Standard)

  • Attacking players are to be banned from standing next to opposing defenders in walls at free-kicks as a part of a shake-up of football's laws.

  • Paul Pogba is also being tipped to take over as Manchester United's captain with Antonio Valencia set to leave the club in the summer.

  • Argentine goalkeeper Willy Caballero, 37, is in line to earn a new contract at Chelsea - but only if the club can fill their homegrown quota.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Winger Jason Puncheon is unlikely to feature for Huddersfield again after the 32-year-old, who is on loan from Crystal Palace, was involved in a row with manager Jan Siewert.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Pop star and Ipswich Town fan Ed Sheeran is having a football pitch installed in his Suffolk home so he can have a kickabout with his friends.

  • The FA is investigating allegations that Chelsea made illegal payments to the father of Andreas Christensen when they signed him from Brondby in 2012.

  • The FA is looking at Neil Warnock's dealings at Cardiff after his son James was used in contract negotiations.

  • Newcastle midfielder Isaac Hayden has revealed he wants to leave the club so he can be closer to his fiancee and young daughter. The 23-year-old says his family have gone through a "traumatic" time in having a child.
    (Newcastle Chronicle)

Source BBCSport/SkySports
Since 1998
"It's been updated!"