FOOTBALL TRANSFER GOSSIP:
- Paris Saint-Germain are ready to re-appoint Thomas Tuchel and would be willing to admit their mistake in sacking him in the first place.
- Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all interested in 25-year-old France forward Marcus Thuram, who will be a free agent this summer after rejecting a new deal with Borussia Monchengladbach.
- Chelsea are in talks about sending Brazilian striker Andrey Santos on loan to Palmeiras after the 18-year-old was denied a work permit.
- David Moyes is set to stay in charge for West Ham against Nottingham Forest this Saturday – but Rafa Benitez is on standby and wants the job.
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- Spain forward Ansu Fati, 20, has been linked with Manchester United but says he has a contract with Barcelona until 2027 and hopes to stay with the La Liga club for “many more years”.
- Manchester United are prepared to listen to offers for Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay and believe they can get £25m for the 26-year-old.
- Karim Adeyemi is a serious injury doubt for Borussia Dortmund‘s Champions League second-leg tie against Chelsea after tearing a muscle fibre in his side’s Bundesliga win over Hertha Berlin.
FOOTBALL TRANSFER GOSSIP
- Manchester United have been handed a boost ahead of their Europa League play-off second leg against Barcelona, with Gavi suspended and Pedri’s fitness a concern.
- Manchester United have agreed a deal in principle with 18-year-old Argentina forward Alejandro Garnacho over a new five-year contract.
- West Ham manager David Moyes is set to be sacked if his side, who are in the Premier League relegation zone, lose at home to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
- Leeds United are in talks with former Watford boss Javi Gracia about the vacant managerial post at the club, with the Spaniard part of a two-man shortlist.
- Tottenham owner Joe Lewis and chairman Daniel Levy are unsure whether to listen to offers for the whole club, sell a minority stake or stay in control of the club.
- Premier League clubs fear the introduction of a government-appointed independent regulator could discourage future foreign investment and weaken the top flight’s position in European football.