Football Gossip, Transfers, Injuries, Betting Tips, And Much More

Posted: 2017-11-24T10:51:58Z Read: 7,413 times
Football Gossip, Transfers, Injuries, Betting Tips, And Much More

Arsenal's German playmaker Mesut Ozil wants Barcelona to pay him 370,000 euros (£329,559) a week to join them in January. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is willing to let the 29-year-old leave, as long as he does not join Manchester United on a free transfer next summer. (AS)

Paris St-Germain have opened discussions with Manchester Unitedmidfielder Marouane Fellaini. The 30-year-old Belgium international is out of contract in the summer. (Le10Sport - in French)

Liverpool have made contact with PSG over a January loan move for Germany midfielder Julian Draxler, 24. (L'Equipe via Daily Mail)

Former West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has turned down an approach from West Brom to speak to them about the vacant manager's job. (Daily Mail)

Stoke, West Ham, Everton and Southampton are interested in former Watford striker Odion Ighalo. The 28-year-old moved to Chinese Super League side Changchun Yatai in January. (Tutto Udinese, via Stoke Sentinel)

Spain midfielder Juan Mata, 29, wants to extend his stay at Manchester United and has not ruled out playing until he is 40. (ESPN)

Belgium forward Eden Hazard, 26, has said he will wait until the end of the season to review his future at Chelsea. (Canal+ via Independent)

Watford are confident manager Marco Silva does not want to join Everton as he is house-hunting in Hertfordshire. (Daily Mirror)

Everton appear to have given up hope of trying to convince the Hornets to allow them to negotiate with Silva. (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Crystal Palace will rival West Ham for the signing Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter, 27, in January. (Daily Mirror)

Former England defender Sol Campbell said he would be interested in becoming the United States' head coach. (ESPN)

France defender Eliaquim Mangala, 26, has admitted he could leave Manchester City in January. (Sun)

Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez, 26, has given no indication he still wishes to leave Leicester City, said manager Claude Puel. (Leicester Mercury)

 

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West Ham asked to be given an away fixture on Boxing Day because nearby Stratford station would not have been able to cope with the number of fans and post-Christmas sales shoppers. (Daily Telegraph)

Swansea boss Paul Clement says he still has support from the club's board despite a disappointing start to the season. (Guardian)

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he "does not care" that Danny Rose was upset by being left out of the north London derby. (Guardian)

Glenn Murray feels his Brighton goals would get more credit if he had a 'fancy French name'. (Daily Telegraph)

Neymar swore at reporters and stormed out of an interview after PSG's 7-1 win against Celtic, when he was asked about a move to Real Madrid. (Joe.co.uk)

Chelsea have made the most money from player sales since the Premier League began. (Daily Star)

Eden Hazard believes Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah was not given the chance he deserved at Chelsea. (Guardian)

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy says he voted five times for his wife Rebekah to take part in a bush tucker trial on ITV's I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!

Best of Thursday's gossip

Arsene Wenger wants Feynoord boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst to be his successor as Arsenal manager. (Daily Star)

Real Madrid hope to beat Manchester City to the signing of Gunners forward Alexis Sanchez, 28. (Don Balon, via Daily Express)

Paris St-Germain could move for Sanchez in January, with the Chile striker's contract set to expire in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Everton have given up hope of appointing Watford boss Marco Silva as their new manager. (Independent)

The Toffees are considering appointing RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick instead. (Express)

West Brom are likely to fail with a bid to appoint Sam Allardyce as their next boss. The ex-England boss is keen to return to international management. (Daily Mirror)