Man Utd have two Mourinho replacements in mind
The on-going feud with Paul Pogba and the club's performance leaves it like he will depart the club, by the summer at the latest.
And the Red Devils have Zinedine Zidane and Mauricio Pochettino as their top choices for the post if the change is made.
Parker: Get rid of BOTH Mourinho and Pogba!
Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker believes that both Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba should be shown the exit door at Old Trafford.
Reports of a fractious relationship between the Portuguese boss and the World Cup-winning midfielder have been circling for months and the situation escalated this week after a dismal 1-1 draw with Wolves last Saturday.
The United head coach appears to be on borrowed time in his role at Old Trafford and according to Parker, both men should be forced out if the team is to turn around its fortunes on the pitch.
Pogba could go even if Mourinho leaves
The belief has been that if Mourinho left, the situation could be resolved. However, Barcelona's interest may sway Pogba regardless.
As a result, Pogba is no longer thought of as untouchable, and an offer of £140 million might be enough to get the Red Devils to bite.
Pickford: Chelsea interest never swayed me
Pickford agreed a new six-year deal with the Toffees just over a year after becoming the most expensive British goalkeeper of all-time when he moved to Merseyside from Sunderland for £30 million ($39m).
Pickford's outstanding performances for the Three Lions at the World Cup in Russia led to reports that Chelsea wanted to take him to Stamford Bridge before the season began, but he told reporters that his commitment to the club never wavered.
‘Sanchez will be kicking himself over City snub’
Alexis Sanchez is not suited to Manchester United’s style and will be “kicking himself” for having turned down the chance to move to City, says Paul Ince.
The Chilean was considered to be quite a coup for the Red Devils when they lured him away from Arsenal during the January transfer window.
West Ham make final offer to Rice
West Ham have made a final, improved contract offer after Declan Rice turned down an offer of more than £40,000-a-week, according to the Telegraph.
The latest, and reportedly final, offer comes after Rice turned down £15,000-a-week plus £20,000 for every Premier League start, and £5,000-a-week rise after every 15 Premier League starts.
Rice is holding out for a higher basic salary and fewer add-ons, but despite reports, his contract is not up at the end of the year.
Inter, Dortmund chase 'New Skriniar'
However, that number could rise if his strong performances continue and Inter may rely on their past experience with Milan Skriniar himself, who played at Sampdoria before his transfer to San Siro, to justify a move.
Newcastle hope Benitez will stay
Newcastle have not abandoned hope that they will be able to keep Rafa Benitez beyond the season and are rejecting replacements offered to them, according to the Mirror.
Benitez has butted heads with owner Mike Ashley over transfer policy, and as it stands now, the manager is likely to depart at the end of the season.
However, that would drastically cut the financial valuation of the club, which is putting increasing pressure on Ashley to come to a long-term agreement with Benitez.
Pochettino weighs in on Pogba vs Mourinho
Mauricio Pochettino insisted there is no single correct approach to managing player relationships following criticism of Jose Mourinho's handling of Paul Pogba.
Manchester United boss Mourinho and his star midfielder shared a frosty exchange in training in front of media on Wednesday, fueling further talk of a deepening rift between the pair.
Pochettino has defended the way it is being handled, saying "like in a game" experience, intuition and other factors come into play.
Ireland nearing Scotland move
Borussia Monchengladbach also had talks with Ireland, but after the deal fell through, Aberdeen have held talks with his representatives and hope to do a deal by the end of the month.
Ex-PSG defender still hoping for Serie A chance
Boukary Drame insists he still has the hunger to play in Serie A at the age of 33.
The former PSG defender left SPAL at the end of the 2017-18 season, after playing a total of five games for the club, the latest stop in a nomadic career that saw him spend two years with Paris Saint-Germain, along with time at Sochaux, Real Sociedad, Chievo and Atalanta.
Depite not having a club, Drame told Goal: "I'm still waiting for a good challenge. My priority is to play again."
Milan plotting January move for Fabregas
The Serie A giants have been linked with the Spaniard for some time and, with his Stamford Bridge contract set to expire next summer, are preparing a winter raid on west London.
'Pogba will be gone in January'
Paul Pogba’s “fate is completely sealed” at Manchester United, says Paul Ince, with Jose Mourinho set to offload the troublesome World Cup winner in January.
The former Red Devils star told Paddy Power: "I think his fate is completely sealed and he’ll be gone in January. There’s talk of Mourinho going before him, but I’d be disgraced if Ed Woodward allowed that to happen."
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Busquets pens new Barcelona contract
World Cup winner extends Camp Nou deal
Sergio Busquets has signed new contract with Barcelona through to 2023, with his fresh terms including a €500 million (£445m/$585m) release clause.
Will he go or will he stay?
Dortmund to show Isak the door
Icardi never wanted out of Inter
Mauro Icardi always intended to remain at Inter over the summer, claims the striker’s agent, with there a desire on his part to follow in the footsteps of club icon Javier Zanetti.
Sessegnon in Fulham extension talks
Bayern have James deal in place
The Colombian playmaker is currently taking in a two-year loan at the Allianz Arena from Real Madrid, but a €42 million (£37m/$49m) agreement will keep him in Bavaria past the end of the current campaign.
Skriniar to frustrate City & Utd
Manchester City had been keen on the Slovakia international in January, while arch-rivals United targeted him over the summer.
Pep Guardiola ended up signing Aymeric Laporte instead, while Jose Mourinho's struggles at Old Trafford have convinced Skriniar that he is better off staying at San Siro.
Juventus made Pogba move
Bianconeri wanted Man Utd star alongside Ronaldo
The Bianconeri were prepared to complement a €100 million (£89m/$117m) deal for a five-time Ballon d'Or winner with another big-money move for a former favourite.
Milner & Mane no closer to new deals
James Milner and Sadio Mane are no closer to signing new contracts at Anfield, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The Reds are in no rush to get deals over the line as Milner's current terms run until 2020 and Mane has another 12 months past that.
Both men are in line for extensions, with their impressive form set to be rewarded, but talks are set to continue before any paperwork is penned.
Mourinho saw Boateng bid blocked
Arsenal eye Everton teen Astley
PSG ink Dagba to new deal
PSG have signed 20-year-old defender Colin Dagba to a new deal, L'Equipe reports.
The right-back has inked a new deal that will see him at the club through 2023.
City want to tie Foden back
Pep Guardiola has been consistently impressed with the teen's play and wants him inked to a deal beyond the 2020 season, when his current contract runs out.
Woodward facing Man Utd revolt over backing of Mourinho
The United dressing room is uniting mostly behind Paul Pogba
Mourinho's feud with Pogba has exploded again this week, with the manager stripping the France star of his vice captain status.
But several key players, including Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, are backing Pogba and feel incenced that Woodward is not even considering sacking Mourinho.
The report states that only two United players are firmly behind Mourinho in the ongoing feud.
Ramsey set to leave Arsenal as contract talks break down
The 27-year-old could be in line to leave the Gunners for free in the summer
Aaron Ramsey is set to leave Arsenal for free in the summer after talks over a new contract broke down, according to the Mirror.
The 27-year-old's deal expires at the end of the season, and the Gunners rejected a £50 million ($66m) bid for his services this summer as they appeared confident of keeping the Welshman.
But there has been a sudden breakdown in talks and with no offer currently on the table, Ramsey could be on his way out in the summer as a free agent.
Man City still following Ndombele
The 21-year-old signed a new five-year contract earlier this month but that hasn't put off Pep Guardiola's side, who could make a bid in January.
Chelsea and Tottenham join race for Sarr
The 20-year-old has been hugely impressive for Rennes this season, scoring three goals in all competitions for the Ligue 1 side.
Arsenal and Inter are just two of the other sides rumoured to be interested in Sarr, who has a contract with Rennes through 2021.
Pogba could be too costly for Juventus
The midfielder's future at Manchester United is unclear after yet another bust-up with manager Jose Mourinho.
A return to his old side has been mooted, but after Juve invested heavily in Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, fitting the France star in may be impossible under Financial Fair Play regulations.
PSG's midfielder shortlist revealed
Ivan Rakitic, N'Golo Kante and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic were all on PSG's midfield shortlist this summer, claims Le10Sport.
The aforementioned trio were all deemed too expensive, while the club were unable to secure other targets including Marouane Fellaini, Axel Witsel, Fred and Renato Sanches.
Sami Khedira was also rumoured to be on PSG's wish-list, but the report states the Ligue 1 champions were not interested in the Germany international.