Today’s Top Stories: Bellingham, Haaland, Mbappe, Adeyemi, Hudson-Odoi, Ndombele

Today's Top Stories: Bellingham, Haaland, Mbappe, Adeyemi, Hudson-Odoi, Ndombele

  • Manchester City have added Borussia Dortmund‘s Jude Bellingham to their, wanted list and will challenge Liverpool for the 18-year-old England midfielder. (Daily Star Sunday)


  • Cristiano Ronaldo is chasing three huge bonuses at Manchester United on top of his £475,000-per-week wages. (Daily star)


  • John Terry is keen on the Nottingham Forest job – if struggling Chris Hughton gets the chop. (The sun)



  • ManchesterUnited are set to face a challenge from ManchesterCity in the battle to sign WestHam’s England midfielder DeclanRice, 22, next summer. (Sun on Sunday)



  • Norway and Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland, 21, does not intend to rush a decision over his future when a release clause of just under £70m kicks in during 2022. (90 Min)



  • Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti says there is “no disappointment” at the club after they failed to sign France striker Kylian Mbappe, 22, from Paris St-Germain in the summer. (Goal)



  • Arsenal are looking at Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers and Nice boss Christophe Galtier as possible options if they decide to replace Mikel Arteta. (Transfer Window Podcast, via Teamtalk)



  • Former Chelsea and England defender John Terry is keen on the Nottingham Forest job if the Championship strugglers part company with Chris Hughton. (Sun on Sunday)



  • Chelseamanager Thomas Tuchel says it was “a very easy decision” not to let England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, 20, leave on the last day of the summer transfer window. (Football London)



  • Barcelona turned down signing French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, 24, and Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier, 28, as part of the deal that saw them sell Brazil right-back Emerson Royal to Tottenham. (Fabrizio Romano, via Sunday Express)



  • Millwall attacking midfielder Jed Wallace is out of contract next summer and the 27-year-old English player is attracting interest from Brentford, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, West Ham as well as Celtic, Rangers and West Brom. (Football League World)


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  • West Ham are monitoring Preston North End midfielder Lewis Leigh, with Everton also keeping an eye on the 17-year-old English player. (Football Insider)



  • Chelsea held talks to sign Germany wonderkid Karim Adeyemi, 19, three years ago but failed to land the Red Bull Salzburg striker. (Sunday Express)



  • Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars says he would prefer to take on the same role at Barcelona rather than Arsenal. (Ajax Life, via Marca)



  • Barcelona wonderkid Ansu Fati is reportedly being offered to several European giants, including Manchester City. (The sun)



  • Leicester star Wesley Fofana would be open to a “dream” move to Marseille some day in the future. (The sun)



  • Gareth Bale has been pictured limping onto Real Madrid’s team bus with strapping around his right leg after training at the Bernabeu (The sun)



  • Manchester United fans saw owner Avram Glazer at Old Trafford for the time in more than two years as he watched Ronaldo return with two goals against Newcastle. (The mail)



  • Bryan Robson says Ronaldo’s second Manchester United debut has created a buzz similar to when Eric Cantona arrived at Old Trafford. (The mail)



  • Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira has admitted he once held talks over a possible return to the Premier League with their rivals Tottenham. (The mirror)



  • Phil Jones has made his first competitive Manchester United start in 20 months in a U23s match as he continues his comeback from a lengthy injury lay-off. (The mirror)



  • Real Betis star Hector Bellerin says Celtic’s loss to Rangers has put them under pressure before the Europa League clash. (Sunday Mail)

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