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    Leeds prepare new deal for Man Utd target Phillips

    Leeds United are set to extend Kalvin Phillips' contract, according to the Mirror

    Phillips, who has attracted interest from Manchester United, will increase his wages to £100,000 a week.

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    Bruce to keep Newcastle job

    Newcastle United will not dispense with the services of Steve Bruce, reports the Sun

    While results have been poor at the start of the season, Magpies owner Mike Ashley is reluctant to pay the £3m compensation Bruce would be entitled to if he is sacked.

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    Juve's Nedved speaks out on Kean deal

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    Man City monitoring Torres

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    Manchester City are monitoring Villarreal centre-back Pau Torres, reports Marca.

    Torres turned down the chance to move to Tottenham this summer but could find the lure of City too hard to pass up.

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    McCarthy unclear on future

    Cardiff City head coach Mick McCarthy admitted he wasn't sure if he'd keep his job after his side's 1-0 home loss to Reading.

    Cardiff dropped to 20th in the Championship and were booed off the pitch at the final whistle.

    “I can only control what I do on the pitch and what the team does," McCarthy said.

    “That decision (about my future) is not up to me. I think that performance shows I certainly haven’t lost the dressing room. It shows we can get a response.

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    Sterling puts renewal talks on hold

    Raheem Sterling has put contract renewal talks with Manchester City on hold, according to the Telegraph.

    Sterling, who hasn't been an automatic starter for City this season, wants to see how his situation unfolds over this season before signing a new deal.

    The forward's current contract expires at the end of next season.

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    Nandez to leave Cagliari in January

    The agent of Cagliari midfielder Nahitan Nandez has said his client will likely leave the club in January.

    Pablo Bentancur told Calcio Napoli 24: "[Cagliari president Tommaso] Giulini has promised the player and me to do everything possible so that he leaves in the January market.

    "Nandez wants to win something; he wants to play in the Champions League. The president has given us his word."

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    Klopp rules out Jones loan move

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp dismissed any talk of Curtis Jones being sent out on loan. 

    "People have asked me a hundred times, 'Can he go on loan? What about going there to get more match practice?' No, let him be here," the German explained to Sky Sports.

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    Koeman convinces Laporta to give him more time in Barca job

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    A series of phone calls between Ronald Koeman and Joan Laporta helped convince the Barcelona president to keep the faith with his coach, reports Mundo Deportivo

    The Dutchman told the president that he has what it takes to turn around Barca's flagging fortunes, and believes that the return of injury of stars like Ansu Fati, Sergio Aguero and Ousmane Dembele will lead to a rapid improvement.

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    Pellegrini signs new Roma contract

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    Atletico target €30m Benfica star Verissimo

    Atletico Madrid are monitoring Lucas Verissimo at Benfica, according to Record.

    The Spanish side sent scouts to watch him in action against Barcelona in the Champions League and could make a move for him.

    Benfica will not let him leave in January, however, and will be demanding around €30 million for him next summer.

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    Coufal signs new West Ham contract

    Vladimir Coufal has signed a new three-year contract with West Ham, The Athletic says.

    The deal also includes an option to extend the commitment by a further year.

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    Barcelona won't sack Koeman - Laporta

    Barcelona president Joan Laporta says Ronald Koeman will not be sacked despite constant reports that the club are looking to replace him.

    Roberto Martinez and Xavi are reported to have been approached by the Catalan side amid their struggles this season, but Laporta insists they are not going to change coach.

    Read Laporta's comments on Goal!

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    Pellegrini agrees contract extension with Roma

    Roma will soon confirm a new contract for Lorenzo Pellegrini, Calciomercato reports.

    The two parties came to an agreement this week and the midfielder will sign a deal that will run until 2026 and see him earn around €4 million per year.

    Pellegrini's current deal was set to expire at the end of the season.

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    Heskey takes on new role at Leicester

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    Gnabry to sign long-term extension at Bayern Munich

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    Barcelona target Ginter open to Gladbach stay

    Matthias Ginter has suggested he could sign a new contract and stay at Borussia Monchengladbach.

    The 27-year-old has been linked to Barcelona of late and his current deal expires at the end of the season.

    But he has said he is not worried about his future and could still sign an extension at the Bundesliga side.

    He told RedaktionsNetzwerks Deutschland: "There has not yet been an offer for a contract extension, because I also know about the difficulties that Covid-19 means for all clubs. So we have to wait and see. You will see what it will look like. Basically, I can also imagine staying with Borussia."

  • Casemiro will be sold if Belgian midfielder arrives

    Ancelotti wants Tielemans at Real Madrid (El Nacional)

    Real Madrid may make a move for Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans, says El Nacional.

    Carlo Ancelotti has told Florentino Perez he wants to add the Belgium international to his squad.

    Madrid already have enough midfielders, however, and the arrival of Tielemans would result in Casemiro leaving, with Paris Saint-Germain said to be interested in signing him.

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    Ten Hag 'favourite' for Barca job

    Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag is now Barcelona's top choice to replace Ronald Koeman, according to TV3.

    Roberto Martinez, Xavi, Andrea Pirlo and plenty others have been linked with the job, but the report claims Ten Hag's predilection for 4-3-3 and having worked with Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich has put him atop president Joan Laporta's wishlist.

  • English sides after France international

    PL trio chase Fekir (Fichajes)

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    West Ham, Everton and Arsenal are all threats to Nabil Fekir extending his stay at Real Betis, says Fichajes.

    The France international has been reportedly in talks to pen a new deal and stay in La Liga.

    But now, a trio of Premier League sides are staking a claim for his services.

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    Victory land Matildas' Nevin

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    Sevilla set eyes on Shomurodov

    Roma striker Eldor Shomurodov is on the Sevilla wishlist for the transfer window, per Fichajes.

    The Uzbekistan international is in the sights of La Liga, having made the move to the Serie A giants from Genoa earlier this year.

    With half-a-dozen games under Jose Mourinho so far however, a move may be less than straightforward for his suitors.

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    Barca to renew Sterling interest

    Barcelona will look to bring Raheem Sterling to La Liga in the new year, with the Manchester City man a key Blaugrana target, via OnzeTv3.

    The England international was reportedly the subject of interest during the off-season from Ronald Koeman's side.

    Now, they could be poised to renew their interest and haul him from the Premier League.

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    Miranda joins Victory

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    Barca wages still €300m over La Liga limit despite Messi exit

    Barcelona are still in serious financial trouble despite lowering their wage budget with the departures of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann among others.

    The Camp Nou side saved €200 million (£171m/$232m) in salaries over the course of the summer, giving them some breathing room amid their financial crisis.

    But the club continue to drown in debt and their unsustainable situation will force them into further cuts next year.

    Read the full story on Goal here!

  • Manchester United midfielder available for free next year

    Raiola pushing Pogba to join Real Madrid (El Nacional)

    Real Madrid have emerged as the most likely destination for Paul Pogba, El Nacional reports.

    The midfielder could leave Manchester United for free at the end of the season when his contract expires.

    His agent, Mino Raiola, is trying to convince him to join the Spanish giants because their rivals Barcelona cannot afford to sign him, but Paris Saint-Germain are still in the race.

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    Wolfsburg move for Bayern and Liverpool target Adeyemi

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    Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg are gearing up for a battle to sign Karim Adeyemi from Red Bull Salzburg, Sport Bild reports.

    Wolfsburg have already contacted the Austrian side to enquire about the 19-year-old, but Bayern, RB Leipzig and Liverpool are also monitoring him.

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    Asensio to leave Real Madrid for Sevilla?

    Marco Asensio is likely to leave Real Madrid in the near future.

    He is not guaranteed a starting role at the Santiago Bernabeu and could look for a way out, with El Gol Digital reporting that Sevilla hope to sign him.

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    AC Milan target Van de Beek in January

    AC Milan are plotting a January bid for Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek, Fichajes reports.

    The Dutch midfielder is eager to leave Old Trafford because of his lack of playing time and the Serie A side believe he would improve their team.

  • Chelsea manager still too expensive for the Camp Nou side

    Laporta wants Tuchel to manage Barcelona (Mundo Deportivo)

    Barcelona president Joan Laporta hopes to lure Thomas Tuchel to Camp Nou one day.

    Laporta is a big admirer of the Chelsea coach, according to Mundo Deportivo, but the club’s financial situation and his contract at Stamford Bridge puts him out of their reach for the time being.