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Football Rumours on Sunday 15th December 2019

last updated Sunday 15th December 2019, 8:42 AM


  • Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says he will not disclose details of conversations with Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen about the 27-year-old's future.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Red Bull Salzburg's 19-year-old Norway striker Erling Haaland has made it clear to compatriot Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that Manchester United are his first choice should he move in January.
    (Star on Sunday)

  • Manchester City are prepared to rival Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea to re-sign £90m-rated England winger Jadon Sancho, 19.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Chelsea have set a price tag of 30m euros (£25m) for Spain full-back Marcos Alonso, 28.

  • Manchester United are considering a move for Napoli's Belgium forward Dries Mertens, 32.

  • The Old Trafford side are also weighing up a £120m deal for two Argentina internationals - Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez, 22, and Paris St-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes, 25.
    (Sunday Mirror)

  • Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante, 28, wants to leave the west London club but will ignore the wishes of France team-mate Ousmane Dembele, 22, and seek a move to Juventus or Real Madrid rather than Barcelona.

  • Former Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, 28, has promised to return to Stamford Bridge once his spell at Real Madrid ends.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Genk's Norway midfielder Sander Berge, 21, has insisted his head is in the right place, despite the consistent rumours surrounding a move to Liverpool.
    (Sport Witness)

  • Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has vowed to respect Paris St-Germain's relationship with Kylian Mbappe, 20, amid rumours the France striker is not happy at the club.

  • Leicester's Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans, 22, has revealed he had intended to return to Monaco in the summer before the Foxes convinced him otherwise.
    (Sport Witness)

  • Preston North End are keen on signing 23-year-old Kilmarnock striker Eamonn Brophy.
    (Mail on Sunday)

  • Adam Lallana will leave Liverpool next summer when his contract expires, with Red Bull Salzburg's midfielder Takumi Minamino set to join the Reds, according to reports.
    (Sunday Express)

  • Premier League clubs could continue signing the best teenage players in Europe after Britain's departure from the European Union is confirmed.
    (Sunday Telegraph)

  • Newcastle boss Steve Bruce insists he has not written off South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-yueng, 30, and does not think it is a bad thing that so many players are entering the final months of their contracts with the Magpies.
    (Newcastle Chronicle)

  • Leeds will not "gamble" on January signings because continuity remains the key priority at Elland Road, according to managing director Angus Kinnear.
    (Yorkshire Post)

  • Arsenal hope to get permission from Wolves to speak to their boss Nuno Espirito Santo next week about their management vacancy.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Potential suitors for the vacant manager's job at Arsenal are being put off by the club's previous failures in the transfer market.
    (Sunday Express)

  • Jose Mourinho insists it will not be up to him if Luis Campos, who worked with him at Real Madrid and is currently at Lille, arrives at Tottenham as director of football.

  • Mansfield have parted company with their manager John Dempster following the League Two club's 1-1 draw against Crewe
    (Sky Sports)

  • Barcelona are waiting in the wings if Pep Guardiola decides to leave Premier League champions Manchester City at the end of the season.
    (Sunday Express)

  • Manchester City's Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus, 22, says assistant boss Mikel Arteta, linked with the vacancies at Arsenal and Everton, is already a "fantastic" manager.
    (Manchester Evening News)

  • Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is among the favourites to replace Guardiola if the Spaniard does leave Etihad Stadium.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini is still set for the sack despite Saturday's win at Southampton, with former boss David Moyes a candidate to replace him.
    (Star on Sunday)

  • Swansea are a target for a Middle East consortium who are putting together a bid worth around £50m.
    (Sun on Sunday)

  • Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu will send a formal complaint to the Spanish Football Federation about the use of VAR after his team were denied a penalty in the 2-2 draw at Real Sociedad on Saturday.

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