Manchester United have been scouting Everton’s Seamus Coleman and Romelu Lukaku, while Liverpool and Everton are watching a defensive mid...
Manchester United have been scouting Everton’s Seamus Coleman and Romelu Lukaku, while Liverpool and Everton are watching a defensive midfielder.
Barca Line Up Shock Chelsea Bid
Andreas Christensen has been outstanding for Borussia Monchengladbach, on loan from Chelsea, so much so that Barcelona are now contemplating a bid, according to The Sun.
The Blues are bracing themselves for a £20 million offer from the Blaugrana with the talented Danish international likened to Gerard Pique for his ability to play out from the back.
Chelsea are yet to guarantee Christensen a starring role once he returns from his two-year stint in the Bundesliga, which could open up the possibility of accepting a lucrative offer as Antonio Conte eyes more experienced options to fix his defence.
Liverpool Fending Off Barcelona, PSG's Coutinho Push
Philippe Coutinho is one of Liverpool's prized jewels and a key part to Jurgen Klopp's exciting future at Anfield, with The Sun reporting that PSG are preparing a monster bid.
The People add that Barcelona are monitoring the situation too but that the Reds are desperately preparing a new and improved contract for the Brazilian wizard.
Klopp is reportedly also keen for Adam Lallana to pen new terms and commit his future to the club in a bid to maintain the core of his squad for the long term.
Mourinho Readying Everton Raid For Coleman
￼Jose Mourinho's need for a right-back could lead Man United to swoop for Seamus Coleman.
Manchester United appear short of a top quality right-back, with Antonio Valencia unable to curb his attacking instincts and Matteo Darmian failing to impress Jose Mourinho thus far.
The Portuguese will therefore look to acquire Everton's Seamus Coleman in January, with The People suggesting the bid will be £16m.
David Moyes was rebuffed in his efforts to bring the Ireland international with him to Old Trafford three years ago, but Mourinho is hoping to succeed this time around for the 27-year-old.
United defender Matteo Darmian, 26, is closing in on a return to his native Italy with a move to Inter Milan set to be finalised. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
New York Red Bulls are not interested in signing United’s out-of-favour midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger despite rumours linking the 32-year-old German with a move to Major League Soccer. (Bild)
Red Devils midfielder Juan Mata, 28, is in line for a new four-year contract after impressing Mourinho. (Sunday Mirror)
Timothy Fosu-Mensah is set to sign a new Manchester United contract. (Sun on Sunday)
Wolfsburg playmaker Julian Draxler will be playing his football at one of Europe’s leading clubs next season, according to his agent. (Sunday Mirror)
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham scouts are keeping tabs on rising Lyon star Emanuel Mammana. (Sunday Mirror)
Thiago Silva’s agent has hinted that the Brazilian could be on his way to Chelsea. (Sunday Mirror)
Sunderland boss David Moyes has renewed interest in Austria defenders Martin Hinteregger and Aleksandar Dragovic. (Sunday People)
Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was invited by the Football Association to attend England’s World Cup qualifying victory over Malta confirming the Italian’s status as one of the frontrunners for the manager’s job. (Football Italia)