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Football Rumours on Sunday 10th March 2024

last updated Sunday 10th March 2024, 8:26 AM


  • Tottenham are considering rivalling Arsenal and Chelsea for Athletic Bilbao's 21-year-old Spain forward Nico Williams.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Manchester City are the latest club to be linked with Portugal forward Pedro Neto, 23, joining Liverpool, Newcastle and Arsenal in the race for the winger valued at least £60m by Wolves.
    (Sunday Telegraph)

  • Manchester United want to bring in a young left-back in the summer and will draw up a shortlist once their new board structure is completed.
    (Fabrizio Romano)

  • United are also hoping to land 18-year-old French centre-back Leny Yoro from Lille and could pay £41m to get the deal done.

  • Brentford will need to lower their asking price for England striker Ivan Toney to keep Arsenal and Chelsea interested in the wantaway 27-year-old.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Newcastle have been offered the chance to sign 19-year-old Ivorian midfielder Mario Dorgeles from Danish club Nordsjaelland.


  • Watford have sacked manager Valerien Ismael after Saturday's defeat to Coventry City. Former Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, who is an Under-18 academy coach, has been put in interim charge.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Neil Warnock steps down as Aberdeen interim manager with Dons search for new boss at advanced stage.
    (Sky Sports)

  • Liverpool are set to confirm the return of Michael Edwards to the club next week, with Richard Hughes joining as sporting director.
    (Sky Sports)


  • England midfielder Phil Foden, 23, is set to begin talks with Manchester City over a new contract that could make him one of the top earners at the club.
    (Football Insider)

  • Spurs are confident that contract talks with captain Son Heung-min, 31, will be successful. The South Korea forward's current deal is set to expire in the summer of 2025.
    (Give Me Sport)

  • Contract talks between England midfielder Conor Gallagher, 24, and Chelsea have stalled because of financial issues at the club.
    (Football Insider)

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