Tuesday’s Transfer Gossip: Zidane, Salah, Solskjaer, Nakamba, Gerrard, Chalobah, Koeman, Van de Beek

Tuesday's Transfer Gossip: Zidane, Salah, Solskjaer, Nakamba, Gerrard, Chalobah, Koeman, Van de Beek

  • Frenchman Zinedine Zidane is not keen on the top job at Old Trafford despite being out of work after leaving Real Madrid in May. The 49-year-old has his sights set on managing either Paris St-Germain or the France national team, but neither position is available. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish

 

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is fighting to save his job as Manchester United manager and the 48-year-old Norwegian had already lost the faith of a number of his squad, even before Sunday’s 5-0 defeat against Liverpool(ESPN)

 

  • Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 29, wants a £500,000-a-week contract to stay with the Reds. (Football Insider)

 

  • Manchester United’s hierarchy are giving serious consideration to dismissing Solskjaer before their next game at Tottenham on Saturday. (Manchester Evening News)

 

  • Newcastle United have set their sights on signing Aston Villa and Zimbabwe midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, 27, in January. (Football Insider)

 

  • Former Newcastle and England Under-21 defender Ryan Taylor, 37, says the Magpies should approach Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, 41, about the managerial vacancy at St James’ Park. (Sky Sports)

 

  • Chelsea’s English defender Trevoh Chalobah, 22, is close to agreeing a new long-term contract after establishing himself in the first team this season. (Football.London)

 

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer warned his players to brace themselves for a week of intense external pressure as he issued a heartfelt rallying cry to his disgraced Manchester United players following the embarrassing loss to Liverpool. (Daily mail)

 

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• Monday’s Transfer Gossip: Marcelo, Perisic, Ten Hag, Fulgini, Rice, Diaz, Ndombele

 

  • Crystal Palace are likely to escape FA sanctions for the controversial banner unfurled by supporters condemning Newcastle’s new Saudi Arabian owners on Saturday. (Daily mail)

 

  • Barcelona’s Dutch manager Ronald Koeman, 58, will find his position in danger if his side fail to win all their next three games. (Marca)

 

  • Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek has decided to change his agent as he seeks to leave Manchester United this winter, with Everton, Newcastle and Juventus interested in the 24-year-old. (Metro)

 

  • Chelsea’s contract talks with 25-year-old Denmark centre-half Andreas Christensen have stalled amid a two-month lack of contact between both parties over a new deal. (Goal)

 

  • Tottenham, Aston Villa and Everton are interested in signing Stoke City and Australia defender Harry Souttar, 23. (Football Insider) 

 

  • Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has set his sights on the England No 1 shirt for the 2022 World Cup.(Daily mail)

 

  • Under-fire St Mirren chairman John Needham has been blasted by the club’s own charity partners over his offensive Rangers tweets.(Daily record)

 

  • Summer signings Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide are already fighting for their Celtic futures.(Daily record)

 

  • Leicester City have officially submitted a planning application for the expansion of the King Power Stadium – meaning they could become the 10th largest club in the Premier League if it is approved.(Daily mail)

 

  • Zinedine Zidane, Antonio Conte, Erik ten Hag and Brendan Rodgers are being sounded out as successors to under-fire Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (The sun)

 

  • American businessman Chris Kirchner has made a £50m bid for Derby County. (The sun)

 

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was clinging to his job on Monday night after Manchester United’s hierarchy held crisis talks over the manager’s future and the team’s collapse amid serious concerns about how their season is unravelling.(The daily telegraph)

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