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Football Rumours on Thursday 9th November 2023

last updated Thursday 09th November 2023, 9:01 AM


  • Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will look to sell four players in January to raise the funds needed to sign Brentford and England striker Ivan Toney, 27.
    (Daily Express)

  • Tottenham are considering a move to bring Marcus Edwards back to the club, according to reports. Edwards, 24, came through the North Londoners' academy before making one first team appearance.

  • Newcastle boss Eddie Howe is keen to boost his midfield options in the January transfer window, with Manchester City and England's Kalvin Phillips, 27, and Al-Hilal's Portugal international Ruben Neves, 26, fitting the bill.
    (The i)

  • Chelsea and Liverpool have shown an interest in signing Real Betis's 18-year-old Spanish forward Assane Diao in January.

  • Manchester United will be limited to low-cost or loan deals in the January transfer window amid ongoing uncertainty over their ownership.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Bayern Munich will rival Arsenal in their pursuit of 24-year-old Spanish midfielder Martin Zubimendi from Real Sociedad.

  • Manchester United's 31-year-old Brazil midfielder Casemiro is a January target for the Saudi Pro League.

  • Bayer Leverkusen insist 20-year-old German midfielder Florian Wirtz will not leave the Bundesliga club in January, with managing director Simon Rolfes denying Liverpool have already made a £85m bid.

  • (Kicker) Premier League shareholders will vote on a temporary ban involving incoming loan signings between clubs with the same owners later this month, meaning Newcastle would not be able to arrange deals for players - like Al Hilal midfielder Ruben Neves - in Saudi Arabia.
    (Daily Mail)


  • England forward Eberechi Eze, 25, is close to a new £100,000-per-week contract at Crystal Palace after agreeing a deal in principle.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Clubs relegated from the Premier League will be able to spend a higher proportion of their income on player wages than their Sky Bet Championship rivals under the terms of a proposed financial settlement.

  • World Cup-style VAR is set to arrive in the Premier League next season. Fifa rolled it out in Qatar complete with a chip in the ball plus cameras tracking 29 body parts of each player.

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