Saturday’s Transfer Gossip: Rashford, Martial, Mykolenko, Phillips, Torres

Saturday's Transfer Gossip: Rashford, Martial, Mykolenko, Phillips, Torres

  • Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford, 24, is open to signing for Barcelona. (Sport – in Spanish)


  • Manchester United and France forward Anthony Martial, 26, wants to leave Old Trafford as soon as possible, his agent says. (Manchester Evening News)


  • Martial could reportedly join Juventus in January on a loan deal until the end of the season. (Sun)


  • Newcastle United’s new owners have been advised to make a move for Martial to boost the Magpies’ attacking options. (Transfer Window Podcast)


  • Everton have agreed a fee with Dynamo Kyiv to sign Ukraine left-back Vitaliy Mykolenko, 25, for £18m. (Mail)


  • Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele have attracted Premier League interest as Barcelona look to remove high earners from their wage bill to finance a move for Man City’s Ferran Torres. (Daily express)


  • Mason Greenwood is reportedly frustrated with Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo because of the Portugal star’s “undroppable” status within the squad.(Daily star)


  • Rangers could be in the market to sign another Romania star, with attacking midfielder Olimpiu Morutan being linked with a move to Ibrox.(Daily record)


  • Jason CummingsDundee career could be over after he was sent home from training on Friday after appearing dressed as The Joker at an event in Glasgow the previous day.(Daily record)


  • Liverpool have put a £15m price tag on 24-year-old English centre-back Nat Phillips. (Athletic)


  • Manchester City and Spain forward Ferran Torres, 21, is Barcelona manager Xavi’s main target for the January transfer window. (Sport – in Spanish)


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  • Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Ajax have all sent scouts to FC Copenhagen to watch 16-year-old Swedish midfielder Roony Bardghji. (Goal)


  • Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is keen to add Juventus and Brazil midfielder Arthur Melo, 25, to his Gunners squad in January. (FourFourTwo)


  • Chelsea are interested in AC Milan and France left-back Theo Hernandez, 24, as cover for injured England defender Ben Chilwell. (El Nacional – in Catalan)


  • Leeds United have been dealt a January transfer setback after English midfielder John Swift, 26, said he wants to stay at Reading. (Reading Chronicle)


  • Newcastle United have decided to terminate 21-year-old English midfielder Matty Longstaff’s season-long loan with Aberdeen. (Chronicle)


  • Christian Eriksen’s agent says the Denmark international, who was released by Inter Milan on Thursday, dreams of returning to professional football and is in good health.(Daily mail)


  • Tottenham have had to train using mannequins because of the amount of players forced to isolate through positive tests for Covid-19.(Daily mail)


  • Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial appear likely to be the first two players cast aside by Manchester United in January but Martial’s £30m price tag is putting some suitors off.(Daily mirror)


  • Edinson Cavani has turned down the chance to join Boca Juniors because, according to a report in Argentina, he already has a deal in place with Barcelona. (The sun)


  • Cadiz and Elche are hoping to bring Diego Costa back to Spain after he helped Brazil’s Atletico Mineiro to a domestic league and cup double.(The sun)


  • Liverpool have invited Toronto starlet Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty for a trial as Europe’s top clubs continue to track the 17-year-old, already a senior Canada international.(Daily mail)


  • Barcelona are set to cancel their loan deal with Rapid Vienna for highly-rated winger Yusuf Demir and not take up the option to sign the 18-year-old for £8.5m.(Daily mail)


  • Porto fans have reacted with fury to stories that the club has spent £150,000 to employ a witch doctor in a bid to help them win the Portuguese title.(Daily mail)

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