Tuesday’s Transfer Gossip: Rashford, Gilmour, Ronaldo, Kante, Rashford, Akanji, Marquinhos

Tuesday's Transfer Gossip: Rashford, Gilmour, Ronaldo, Kante, Rashford, Akanji, Marquinhos

  • England pair, forward Marcus Rashford, 24, and left-back Luke Shaw, 27, plus Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 31, Portugal full-back Diogo Dalot, 23, and Brazilian midfielder Fred, 29, could all leave Manchester United as free agents next June when their contracts end. But the club can trigger a clause extending all their deals by one year.
  • Chelsea owner Todd Boehly hinted to Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, 21, about potential changes at Stamford Bridge in a bid to reverse his decision to sign for then-Brighton manager Graham Potter on transfer deadline day.

 

  • Cristiano Ronaldo turned down £211m-a-year in wages to play for an unnamed club in Saudi Arabia, but Manchester United’s 37-year-old Portugal striker is now reconsidering the offer.
  • RB Leipzig turned down a bid from Chelsea for Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol, 20, as they are convinced other clubs will join the race to sign him next summer, including Manchester City.

 

 

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  • Manchester United believe their chances of signing Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong, 25, were hit by their own “indecisiveness” as they pondered whether to meet Barcelona’s £73m asking price.

 

  • Everton are ready to make a bid for Ferencvaros winger Adama Traore, according to reports.

 

  • Benfica president Rui Costa believes the £64m Liverpool paid up front for Darwin Nunez justified their decision to let the 23-year-old Uruguay striker leave the Portuguese club.

 

  • The Premier League is expected to push ahead with plans to use semi-automated offsides for next season after a successful introduction in the Champions League.

 

  • Belgium striker Divock Origi, 27, who joined AC Milan as a free agent from Liverpool in July, has been branded Serie A’s worst signing of the summer.
  • N’Golo Kante has refused a new two-year deal from Chelsea – the 31-year-old French midfielder’s current contract runs out in 2023.

 

  • Thierry Henry has praised Folarin Balogun, 21, for his decision to join Reims on loan from Arsenal – the American-born striker has scored five goals in seven appearances for the Ligue 1 side.

 

  • Manchester City’s new Switzerland centre-back Manuel Akanji, 27, who joined in September from Borussia Dortmund for £15m, has admitted he supported Manchester United as a child.

 

  • Gareth Southgate will allow his England stars to watch the Queen’s funeral with their families instead of joining up at St George’s Park.

 

  • Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag is making his players undergo training sessions where they use just their weaker foot, according to reports.
  • Ecuador face being kicked out of the World Cup after new evidence revealed a shocking admission from one of their players of using a false birth certificate, with the confession made in an official investigation that was covered up by the Ecuador Football Federation [FEF].

 

  • British clubs will reportedly not play the Champions League anthem before home games this week due to the mourning period following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

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