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Sporting Lisbon coach Ruben Amorim has emerged as a surprise candidate to become Manchester United’s next permanent coach, according to reports.

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Ruben Amorim, director of Sporting Lisbon, has been linked with Manchester United

Barcelona wants to sign Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford as a replacement for Sergio Aguero.

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Former Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has confirmed his retirement from football at an impressive press conference at the Nou Camp.

Manchester United are in advanced talks to sign Marseille midfielder Boubacar Camara.

Six of Manchester United’s first-team players are looking to exit Old Trafford in January.

Tottenham have been put on high alert after AC Milan star Frank Kessie told the club he had no desire to extend his contract.

West Ham are ready to make a move for Liverpool’s deputy striker Divock Origi in January.

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Manchester City are ready to rocket to Bernardo Silva alongside the highest-paid players in their history to keep him at the union and double his salary to around £300,000 a week.

Newcastle are ready to pay a massive loan fee of around £6m to lure Manchester United forward Anthony Martial to St James’ Park, and they are also eyeing ex-Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko.

Leeds have targeted Juventus USA midfielder Weston McKinney, worth £20m, to bolster their fight for survival.

Southampton are organizing a surprise raid for super kid Angeh Muhammed Ali Cho – who is already in the £20m denomination.

Newcastle has put Brighton’s Dan Ashworth in high gear to become their director of football.

Nottingham Forest are looking for a surprise loan deal for forgotten Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff.

Burnley owner Alan Pace has told Premier League stars who are turning down Covid punches to find a new job.

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The pressure on unvaccinated footballers will increase at the Premier League’s emergency meeting on Monday after a slew of matches again fell by the wayside due to Covid injuries.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said clubs will be reluctant to sign players who are not immune as the Covid crisis continues to affect the top-tier sport nearly two years into the pandemic.

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This season’s Carabao Cup is set to be disrupted by the coronavirus, with the semi-finals likely to be played on one leg instead of two, according to reports.

West Brom striker Rehan Tolush may be allowed out on loan next month amid growing interest from Premier League clubs.

Premier League chairman Rick Barry has ruled out a “circuit breaker” to temporarily suspend the season due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.

Sunday Mirror

Ralph Rangnick insists it is too early to finalize his plans for his first window as Manchester United manager.

Sunday Daily Star

Juan Mata is increasingly keen to leave Manchester United, so he can join Spanish giants Barcelona.

Manchester City are preparing to grant full-back Joao Cancelo a new contract extension.

Newcastle reportedly made a nine-figure bid for Arsenal target and Serie A top scorer Dusan Vlahovic.

Brazilian football legend Ronaldo has become the new majority owner of the former club Cruzeiro, beating a bid from Fenway Sports Group.

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