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Football Rumours on Monday 22nd November 2021
2021-11-22 08:58:56





TRANSFER RUMOURS

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(Sunday Mirror)

    • Tottenham could make a move for Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo, 22.
      (Calciomercato)


    • Real Madrid are interested in Chelsea and England midfielder Mason Mount. The 22-year-old is in talks with the Blues over a new deal, though it is said he "does not feel appreciated" and could be prepared to leave. Manchester City and Bayern Munich are also interested.
      (Fichajes)


    • Manchester United want to bring James McAtee, who spent part of his youth career with the club, back from Manchester City, while Everton are also keen on the teenager.
      (Daily Mail)


    • Newcastle want to make Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks one of their key signings in January.
      (Daily Mail)


    • Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle all want Aaron Ramsey, with the Wales midfielder seemingly on his way out of Juventus in January.
      (Daily Mail)


    • New Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard wants to sign Croatia left-back Borna Barisic, 29, from former club Rangers.
      (Daily Record)


    • Everton manager Rafael Benitez says the club will look to sign players in January as English winger Demarai Gray, 25, became the latest addition to their injury list in Sunday's defeat by Manchester City.
      (Liverpool Echo)


    • Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel says defender Antonio Rudiger will not be distracted by contract talks. The German, 28, is out of contract at the end of the season and is free to talk to other clubs from January.
      (Independent)


    • PSG forward Lionel Messi, 34, is not planning on returning to Barcelona after president Joan Laporta suggested the Spanish club could re-sign the Argentina captain in the future.
      (AS)


    • New Barcelona boss Xavi is interested in signing Algeria striker Baghdad Bounedjah, 29, from former club Al-Sadd in Qatar.
      (Sport)



    MANAGEMENT STUFF

    • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is "honoured and privileged" to have managed Man Utd but accepts he paid the price for not being able to "take the next step".
      (Sky Sports)


    • Paris St-Germain's Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino is Manchester United's number one choice to take over as manager next season. Ajax head coach, Dutchman Erik ten Hag, is said to be second choice.
      (Sky Sports)


    • Former Tottenham boss Pochettino is open to joining the Red Devils next summer.
      (Daily Telegraph)


    • Ten Hag responded to rumours that he will replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United by saying that he has heard "nothing" about the club's interest in him.
      (Manchester Evening News)


    • Manchester United have also made contact with Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers and are prepared to pay £8m in compensation to the Foxes.
      (Sun)


    • Spain head coach Luis Enrique has denied rumours linking him to Manchester United.
      (Goal)


    • Solskjaer, who was sacked by Man Utd on Sunday, tuned down the chance to make changes to his backroom staff, despite some senior players reportedly losing faith in their methods.
      (ESPN)


    • Zinedine Zidane has rejected the chance to become Manchester United manager and could take over at Paris Saint-Germain if Mauricio Pochettino quits for Old Trafford.
      (Sun)



    OTHER STUFF

    • Crisis club Derby County are a staggering £83m in debt and anxiously awaiting a saviour with their bank accounts at worryingly low levels.
      (Sun)


    • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's departure from Manchester United means the club has now spent £38m on sacking managers since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club in 2013.
      (Sun)


    • A number of clubs across the Premier League and EFL have banned staff from wearing fancy dress at their forthcoming Christmas parties.
      (Daily Mail)
  •  BBC Sport/SkySports
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