All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips Today

All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips Today

  • Manchester United fans have paid for a plane to fly an anti-Ed Woodward banner over Old Trafford.
  • Liverpool will only let Borussia Dortmund loan Divock Origi if they agree an obligation to buy him next summer.
  • Pep Guardiola has spent the last fortnight drumming the perils of complacency into his Manchester City squad.
  • Sadio Mane claims his Liverpool team-mates steal his goal celebrations.
  • Charlton Athletic staff sought legal advice on Wednesday after owner Roland Duchatelet confirmed he was reneging on a bonus promise.
  • QPR director of football Les Ferdinand was confronted by an angry supporter after the club’s poor start to the season continued on Tuesday with a 3-0 home defeat by Bristol City.
  • Lee Carsley is in line to take over from sacked Gary Johnson as Cheltenham manager.
  • Thierry Henry will meet with Bordeaux’s new owners on Thursday and is then expected to be confirmed as the Ligue 1 side’s new manager.
  • Ruben Loftus-Cheek wants Chelsea to convince him why he should stay at Stamford Bridge with European sides queuing up to sign the England midfielder on loan.
  • Manchester United chiefs fear Jose Mourinho could have a meltdown without trusted assistant Rui Faria around.
  • Everton’s Tom Davies will stay and fight for a place under new manager Marco Silva.
  • Crystal Palace midfielder Luka Milivojevic has been dropped by Serbia over his criticism of manager Mladen Krstajic at the World Cup.
  • Gareth Southgate is considering Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden, 18, for his next England squad.
  • Maurizio Sarri has moved some of Chelsea’s training sessions to the afternoon so his players can spend mornings with their families.
  • James Collins is in line for a shock return to West Ham – six months after being axed by email.
  • Ex-West Ham striker Carlton Cole has been declared bankrupt despite earning millions as a player.
  • Aston Villa are in pole position to complete a loan move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
  • Millwall are set to complete an initial loan deal with Barnsley for striker Tom Bradshaw and then break their transfer record by signing him for £1m in January.
  • West Ham’s dispute with the London Stadium’s owners has deepened after they were refused permission to reinstate the club’s honours board in the West Stand.
  • Tottenham have lobbied supporters over a potential “neutral” venue should they be drawn at home in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
  • Aleksander Ceferin has been formally backed to serve another term as UEFA president by the Football Association.
  • Sussex police have been found to have breached the Freedom of Information Act after action from Crystal Palace fans.
  • Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall could become Steven Gerrard’s next Rangers signing, with a loan deal on the cards.


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