Sunday’s Transfer Gossip: Lingard, Thiago, Pochettino, Pulisic, Ake, Ndidi, Pogba

Sunday's Transfer Gossip: Lingard, Thiago, Pochettino, Pulisic, Ake, Ndidi, Pogba

  • Manchester United are willing to sell England midfielder Jesse Lingard for £10m in January. (Sun)


  • New Barcelona manager Xavi wants the club to re-sign Spain midfielder Thiago Alcantara, 30, from Liverpool. (Sport – in Spanish)


  • Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino would welcome a return to the Premier League. (Telegraph – subscription required)


  • Barcelona are considering a loan move for 23-year-old Chelsea and United States midfielder Christian Pulisic(Sport – in Spanish)


  • Brendan Rodgers has moved a step closer to the Manchester United job by going house-hunting in Cheshire.(The sun)


  • Manchester United will let ‘keeper Dean Henderson go out on loan for 18 months.
    Gareth Southgate has issued an SOS plea to Prem clubs: Help me take a fit England to the World Cup.(The sun)


  • Crystal Palace loanee Conor Gallagher is set to be called up in place of Chelsea clubmate Mason Mount. (The sun)


  • Manchester City and Netherlands defender Nathan Ake, 26, is a key target for new Newcastle manager Eddie Howe, who was previously Ake’s manager at Bournemouth. (90min)


  • Leicester City and Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, 24, is on the radar of Real Madrid(Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)


  • Real Madrid are still monitoring Manchester United and France’s 28-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba(Marca – in Spanish)


  • Chelsea and Real Madrid could go head-to-head for Bayer Leverkusen and Germany playmaker Florian Wirtz, 18. (El Nacional – in Catalan)


  • Chelsea are drawing up an offer for 21-year-old Monaco and France midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni. (TuttoJuve – in Italian)


  • Chelsea have made a £34m bid for Real Madrid and Brazil defender Eder Militao, 23. (El Nacional – in Catalan)


  • New Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard is reportedly ready to raid former club Rangers for Ryan Kent, according to reports.(The mail)


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  • Serbia’s players have reportedly been offered a €1m to beat Portugal in their World Cup showdown on Sunday.(The mail)


  • Roma are stepping up negotiations with Manchester United over a loan deal with option to buy for Portugal full-back Diogo Dalot, 22. (Corriere dello Sport, via Football Italia)


  • Leeds United have made contact with Arsenal and England Under-21 striker Eddie Nketiah over a return to Elland Road. The 22-year-old previously spent six months on loan with Leeds before being recalled. (Tuttomercato)


  • With new manager Steven Gerrard at the helm, Aston Villa are interested in Rangers and Finland midfielder Glen Kamara, 26. (Record)


  • Former Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has savagely criticised Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, insisting their money is not enough to guarantee European success.(The mail)


  • Gerrard also wants to bring 25-year-old Rangers winger Ryan Kent to Villa(Metro)


  • Arsenal and England U21 striker Folarin Balogun, 20, says he is open to a move away from the Gunners to secure first-team football. (Mirror)


  • Senior Manchester United players reportedly want the club to replace struggling manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (The Sunday mirror)


  • Mauricio Pochettino is open to returning to the Premier League in a major boost for Manchester United. (The sunday mirror)


  • Arsenal are plotting another overhaul with six first-team players set for January exits.(The sunday mirror)


  • Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac limped out of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s World Cup qualifier against Finland following a nasty challenge.(The sunday mirror)


  • La Liga chair Javier Tebas has revealed Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are plotting to revive the European Super League.(The sunday mirror)

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