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Football Rumours on Saturday 3rd February 2024

last updated Saturday 03rd February 2024, 9:31 AM


  • Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta intends to keep 25-year-old England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale for the foreseeable future.
    (Football Transfers)

  • Tottenham's 22-year-old Spain midfielder Bryan Gil did not accept a loan proposal during the January transfer window despite interest from clubs including Brighton.
    (Fabrizio Romano)

  • David De Gea declined a transfer to Nottingham Forest in January, according to reports.

  • Former England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 31, has offers from as many as 26 clubs around the world.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones has attracted the attention of a host of southern English clubs this transfer window. Bayern Munich considered a loan move for Chelsea's 23-year-old Ukraine forward Mykhailo Mudryk in January following an injury to 27-year-old France winger Kingsley Coman.

  • Tottenham are still keen to sign Bologna's 21-year-old Italian defender Riccardo Calafiori in the summer.

  • FIFA president Gianni Infantino is open to transfer fees being set by algorithm instead of the traditional negotiations between clubs to determine how much a player will cost to move.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Sporting Lisbon manager Ruben Amorim, who is wanted by Liverpool to replace Jurgen Klopp, will discuss his future in the summer.

  • Former Derby manager Wayne Rooney is interested in following ex-England team-mate Steven Gerrard by managing in Saudi Arabia.

  • Manager Gary O'Neil says Wolves faced a possible 10-point deduction next season for breaching spending rules if they had signed Albania striker Armando Broja, 22, on loan from Chelsea.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Manchester United midfielder Kobbie Mainoo, 18, is being targeted by the Ghana Football Association, which is interested in him switching nationalities after he played for England's youth teams.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Aston Villa and Brentford have been fined £180,000 and £175,000 respectively for the behaviour of their players and staff in the technical area following mass confrontations during the Premier League match on December 17.
    (Sky Sports)

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