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Nantes eye Moyes appointment


Ligue 1 side Nantes are considering the appointment of David Moyes as their new manager, reports the Mirror

Moyes has been out of football since West Ham terminated his contract at the end of last season.

But the former Everton and Man Utd boss could be set for a shock return, should 18th-place Nantes end up sacking current manager Miguel Cardoso.

Sevilla want Brighton's Propper


Sevilla are looking to sign Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Davy Propper, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The Spanish side are currently in the middle of an injury crisis and need cover in midfield, putting Propper on their radar.

Maxime Gonalons and Ibrahim Amadou are both sidelined and Sevilla see Propper as the perfect solution.

Correa signs new Atletico deal


Atletico Madrid have announced Angel Correa has signed a new contract to commit his future to the club to 2024.

Correa has made six La Liga appearances this term, scoring one goal, as Atletico recover from a stumbling start to the new season.

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Mourinho & Pogba bust-up was over Instagram post


The manager and midfielder were filmed arguing at training

Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba's training ground bust-up was because of an Instagram post, according to Sky Sports.

The pair were filmed clashing in training, with their war of words reportedly coming because the midfielder posted a laughing video on the social media site following Manchester United's Carabao Cup exit to Derby County on Tuesday.

Pogba returned to training on Wednesday, but was chastised by the United boss, who was unhappy with the Frenchman's antics.


Pickford signs new Everton contract


Jordan Pickford has agreed a new deal with Everton to keep him at Goodison Park until 2024.

The goalkeeper impressed with England at the World Cup and has been rewarded with a new six-year deal at Everton.

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Southgate set for new £12m deal


The Three Lions boss will be rewarded for guiding his side to the World Cup semi-final

England manager Gareth Southgate is nearing a new four-year contract that will take him through the 2022 World Cup, reports The Telegraph.

The deal will be worth at least £12 million ($16m), and will be presented to the FA board on Thursday for approval.

Southgate will be rewarded for taking England to the World Cup semi-final this summer, where the Three Lions fell to Croatia in extra time. 


Di Francesco has one game to save his job


Roma manager Eusebio Di Francesco will be sacked if Roma fail to defeat Frosinone on Wednesday, reports Il Messaggero.

Despite leading Roma to the Champions League semi-final last term, Di Francesco is under fire after his side won just one of their first five Serie A games.

Failing to defeat Frosinone – who have yet to score in five league games so far, winning just one point – would likely spell the end for Di Francesco.

Everton tracking Militao


Everton have sent scouts to watch Porto defender Eder Militao on two occasions in the past two weeks, according to UOL Sports.

Militao only moved from Sao Paulo to Porto this summer, with the Portuguese side paying €4 million for the 20-year-old. 

Porto believe they will be able to sell Militao for at least five times that amount, with Sao Paulo set to receive 10 per cent of any sale. 

Alexis the latest player struck by 'Arsene Wenger' curse


Goal takes a look at 10 Arsenal stars who never hit the same heights after leaving the Gunners, including Alexis Sanchez.

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Thauvin to replace Ribery at Bayern?


Bayern Munich want Marseille's Florian Thauvin as a replacement for Franck Ribery, according to Calciomercato.

Thauvin is under contract with OM until 2021, but Bayern see him as the perfect man to replace winger Ribery, who will be 36 at the end of the season.


Carragher backs Rice over contract


Declan Rice has received backing from Jamie Carragher over his contract negotiations with West Ham.

The 19-year-old reportedly rejected a deal with the Hammers as he wants more money. However, Carragher has said that the teenager is perfectly within his rights.

Read what the ex-England star had to say here!

Foden plays down 'Stockport Iniesta' tag


Manchester City rising star Phil Foden has rejected claims that he is the 'Stockport Iniesta'.

The youngster impressed in Tuesday's League Cup win and is willing to be patient to earn a chance in the team.

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Tuchel settling in well at PSG


Thomas Tuchel has settled in well at Paris Saint-Germain and has established a close bond with the squad, L'Equipe reports.

Unlike Unai Emery, who was distant, the German has started for forge a strong relationship with his players, even sharing a joke with Angel Di Maria about his haircut. 

Real Madrid made Pavard contact


Real Madrid got in touch with Stuttgart over the availability of Benjamin Pavard, Sport Bild reports.

However, Los Blancos' approach was knocked back and the World Cup winner remains destined for Bayern Munich.

Derby can't buy Wilson


Derby have no option to buy Carabao Cup hero Harry Wilson at the end of the season, per ESPN.

The Liverpool loanee scored a brilliant free-kick as Derby beat Manchester United on penalties after a 1-1 draw, but the youngster will return to Anfield once his short-term spell is over.

Barcelona have De Jong situation under control


Barca could net Ajax kid in January

Barcelona are confident they will sign Frenkie de Jong from Ajax, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in the player.

De Jong, however, only has eyes for Barca and could complete an €80m move this January, which would see him go back to Ajax on loan.

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Sheffield Wednesday set to make Cahill offer


Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is set to be subject to a bid from Sheffield Wednesday, the Sun reports.

The 32-year-old will ask for a move in January if he continues to be peripheral to Maurizio Sarri's plans.

He wants to stay in the Premier League, though Wednesday's Championship rivals Aston Villa are the other club showing serious interest at the moment.

Rice rejects new West Ham deal


Declan Rice has turned down a new contract offer from West Ham, the Mirror reports.

The 19-year-old, who is the subject of an international tug of war between Ireland and England, has rejected an offer of £20,000 per week.

He is instead holding out for £30,000.

Man Utd want £200m for Pogba


Red Devils name World Cup winner's price

Manchester United will demand £200 million ($263m) for midfielder Paul Pogba, the Sun reports.

His clash with manager Jose Mourinho appears to have come to a head, with the Portuguese stripping him of the captaincy.

Pogba wants to go, and with Barcelona and Juventus among the clubs lining him up, the Red Devils have put a world-record price tag on the player.

Low locked out of Ozil talks


Joachim Low has been locked out of Arsenal training and denied attempts to talk with midfielder Mesut Ozil, according to Bild

Ozil's contentious retirement from international duty following the World Cup came as a shock, and Low has tried to make contact with the midfielder on a number of occasions since then. 

But Ozil has refused to speak to the Germany boss, even denying Low and Oliver Bierhoff a meeting at Arsenal's training ground when the two were in London. 

Tabla chooses Canada over Ivory Coast


Barcelona youngster Ballou Tabla has committed his future to Canada, with the Concacaf nation winning out over the Ivory Coast, the Canadian FA announced on Tuesday. 

The 19-year-old will join Canada for the Concacaf Nations League, pairing him with fellow teen sensation Alphonso Davies as the Canadians look to become a power in North and Central America. 

Barcelona and Real Madrid looking at Lozano


Mexican winger wanted by La Liga giants

Barcelona and Real Madrid have their eyes on PSV star Hirving Lozano, according to Don Balon

Barcelona see the Mexican as a way to soften the burden on Lionel Messi if the club lets Luis Suarez leave, while Madrid think he would fit well with the current squad. 

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Atlanta hires former Falcons salary cap guru


Atlanta United has made a move to strengthen for the future, hiring Chase Falivene as Director of Player Administration, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. 

Falivene will handle the club's salary cap structure and won't have far to move, joining the MLS outfit from the NFL's Atlanta Falcons where he held a similar position. 

Pogba wants to quit Man Utd after Mourinho row


The Frenchman looks set to leave the Red Devils

Paul Pogba is looking to leave Manchester United after being stripped of the vice captaincy by Jose Mourinho, according to the Daily Mail.

The Frenchman's desire to leave the club is said to be the reason for the punishment.

Pogba captained the club three times this season.

Monaco owner considering sale of club


Monaco owner Dmitry Rybolovlev is considering selling the club, according to Le10Sport.

The Russian billionaire is looking to sell the club with the aim of purchasing a club in another European league, specifically the Premier League.

Bids have already been lodged by groups from the United States and the United Arab Emirates.

Barca linked with Lille's Pepe


Barcelona are interested in Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, according to Don Balon.

The club has been tracking the Ivorian winger for a significant amount of time with a winter move possible.

Pepe has scored four goals in six matches in Ligue 1.

Fabinho to be given time by Klopp


Jurgen Klopp isn't rushing Fabinho into Liverpool's starting lineup as he prefers to be patient with the midfielder.

The Brazilian midfielder has yet to start since joining Liverpool this summer, but Klopp insists there is no cause for concern.

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West Ham remain in talks with Rice over new deal


West Ham are confident that the club can lock down Declan Rice to a new deal, according to the Mirror.

The two sides remain apart as Rice's camp holds out for a £30,000-per-week deal after previously being offered £15,000 per week plus incentives.

Rice has three years left on his current deal.