Saturday Transfer Rumours & Others Talk: Pogba, Ansu Fati, Rudiger,Bamford, Odegaard, Maitland-Niles,

Saturday Transfer Rumours & Others Talk: Pogba, Ansu Fati, Rudiger,Bamford, Odegaard, Maitland-Niles,

  • Real Madrid are confident they can strike a deal for Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, 28, next summer. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • Solskjaer says Ronaldo is even better now than when he first played for Manchester United. (The Sun)


  • Barcelona and Spain winger Ansu Fati has been offered to a number of Europe’s top clubs, including Manchester City, by the 18-year-old’s agent Jorge Mendes. (El Nacional – in Catalan)

  • Cristiano Ronaldo should be studied by scientists like he’s an alien because of his extraordinary ability, says former Portugal team-mate LiedsondaSilvaMuniz. (Daily Star)

  • Chelsea would be open to a swap move for German winger Leroy Sane, 25, if Bayern Munich show interest in bringing forward Timo Werner, 25, back to Germany. (Todo Fichajes – in Spanish)

  • Chelsea and Tottenham are set to do battle for Ajax and Netherlands full-back Jurrien Timber, 20. (90min)

  • Everton plan to revive their attempts to sign Arsenal’s 22-year-old England midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles in January. (ESPN)

  • Ronaldo was never going to sign for Manchester City despite claims that the forward was close to joining Manchester United’s rivals, Solskjaer has insisted.(The Express)


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  • Brighton boss Graham Potter and Brentford manager Thomas Frank are being lined up as potential replacements for under-pressure Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. (Team Talk)
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Cristiano Ronaldo ‘doesn’t want any special treatment’ following his move back to Manchester United as he gets set to make his second debut for the club against Newcastle United. (Daily Mail)


  • Rio Ferdinand has challenged Ronaldo to reach a 30-goal landmark this season and has also urged Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford to be ‘weirdos’ in learning from the Portuguese star.(Daily Mail)


  • Ronaldo has beaten Lionel Messi in the shirt-sale stakes with Man Utd’s No 7 bringing in £187m in just eight days.(Daily mail)


  • Arsenal and Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, says the club’s ambition is to win the Champions League within the next two seasons. (Mirror)

  • Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp tried to sign Leeds and England striker Patrick Bamford, 28, this summer. (Goal, via Express)

  • Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele wants to fight for his place at the club after the 24-year-old Frenchman had asked to leave during the transfer window. (Standard)

  • Former Arsenal and Chelsea defender David Luiz, 34, who is a free agent after leaving the Gunners, has reached a verbal agreement to join Flamengo in his native Brazil. (Fabrizio Romano)

  • Barcelona could turn to Atletico Madrid‘s Brazilian left-back Renan Lodi, 23, as they look to replace 32-year-old Spain defender Jordi Alba. (Todo Fichajes – in Spanish)

  • Germany defender Antonio Rudiger, 28, is delaying signing a new contract at Chelsea. His current deal expires next summer. (Sport1 – in German)

  • QPR winger Chris Willock, 23, wants to emulate his younger brother, Newcastle midfielder Joe by playing in the Premier League. (Sun)


  • Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, 30, could be heading out of the club after it emerged they tried to replace him with England hopeful Tammy Abraham, 23, before he left Chelsea for Jose Mourinho’s Roma this summer. (Mirror)


  • Thomas Tuchel has told Ross Barkley to stay positive and forget about what could have been after the midfielder failed to secure a move away from Chelsea. (The Guardian)


  • Barrie Mackay has admitted Hearts were always going to beat Hibernian off the pitch to sign him. (The Scottish Sun)

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