Man Utd 'offer Kingsley Coman whopping £260k-a-week deal' – Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spurs, Man City transfer news

ALEXANDRE LACAZETTE heads up a list of 10 players Arsenal are set to put up for sale.

Meanwhile Manchester United are looking at summer moves for Real Madrid's Federico Valverde and Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman.


Read our live blog below to get the latest from around the clubs…

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    Kylian Mbappe claims it would be 'stupid' for him to make a decision over his future based on Paris Saint-Germain's win over Barcelona.

    He said: "The PSG shirt is one that I cherish and carry in my heart.

    “My future? It would be stupid to decide my future based on just one game.

    "It’s something to reflect on for the long term.

    "I’ve always said that I’m happy here and games like that make you very happy."

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    Marcus Rashford will grace the front cover of Time magazine's March edition after being named among the 'Next 100 Most Influential People'.

    Lewis Hamilton penned the intro, writing: “In 2020, Marcus Rashford took his many talents beyond the football field – where he is a star player for Man Utd and England’s national team – to respond to a national crisis: child hunger.

    “‘I know what it feels like to be hungry,' he wrote last June as part of a campaign that succeeded in pushing the government to provide meals for students in need during summer vacation.

    "By standing up for the most vulnerable in our society, and using his platform and influence to create positive change, Marcus inspired countless others to join him on this mission and cemented his status as a role model.

    "In a year that showed us the power of working together toward a common goal, he was a galvanising force behind uniting people across the UK in the effort to ensure that no child goes hungry.

    "His determination, resilience and persistence have been truly inspiring. I cannot wait to see how he continues this important work."

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    Charlie Taylor is back in the Burnley side for tonight's 6pm Premier League clash with Fulham.

    The Clarets are 16th in the table and sit eight points ahead of Scott Parker's men.

    A win for Burnley would be huge, putting considerable daylight between themselves and the drop zone.

    But 18th-place Fulham have named an unchanged side from the 2-0 win at Everton on Sunday, with new striker Josh Maja looking to add to his Goodison Park brace.

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    Jose Mourinho has backed his under-fire Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris, insisting: He is still my No1.

    Mourinho said: “Hugo is an amazing, amazing goalkeeper that is performing super consistently.  

    “Since he recovered from his elbow fracture, since my time here, he is playing so, so well.

    "If he had responsibility in one or another goal we conceded recently, he's still the same goalkeeper.

    “He's my No1 choice and he has all my trust and my confidence.”

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    Peter Crouch admits he would never have done his robot celebration in the era of VAR.

    Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘That Peter Crouch Podcast’, he said: “There’s no way I would’ve done the robot.

    “I looked like a complete imbecile anyway, imagine I did it and it was ruled out.

    "Have you seen anyone do a proper rehearsed celebration after a VAR decision?

    "After three minutes of VAR, shirt off straight after?"

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    Chelsea missed the chance to sign Kylian Mbappe when he was 13 over worries about his DEFENDING.

    Former scout Serge Boga revealed: "He was very skilful, but in England they want to see the player track back and be a hard worker.

    "At the time, he wasn't a hard worker, defensively he wasn't there yet.

    "When he got the ball, he was unbelievable, but without the ball, he didn't work a lot.

    "Chelsea wanted to see him again to see how he could improve on this – I think that's why they asked him back.

    "He did skilful things and dribbled well, so maybe the things they wanted to see in the second trial was improved work on the defensive side."

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    Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is reportedly in talks with Bournemouth with a view to becoming the club's new boss.

    Sky Sports reports the Bournemouth board have been locked in meetings and interviews for the last two weeks and have spoken to the Frenchman.

    The Cherries sacked Jason Tindall at the start of February, placing Jonathan Woodgate in interim charge.

    Former boss Eddie Howe as well as Chelsea legends Frank Lampard and John Terry have also been linked with the managerial vacancy.

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    Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has called on his strikers to up their game.

    Solskjaer said: “We are the top scorers in the league, but our forwards have not scored as much as we would have liked.

    “In a way that’s a big positive because as we go into the final stretch of the season because if we can get them firing again it will give us another edge in our game.

    “We have not been at our best for the last four or five games and we are waiting for them to show what they are showing in training.

    “They are working hard. Maybe the form is not the best but that will come, that is the positive thing.”

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    Rio Ferdinand has warned Liverpool teams will still fancy their chances against Jurgen Klopp’s side in the Champions League despite brushing RB Leipzig aside 2-0 on Tuesday night.

    He told BT Sport: "I think other teams who are looking at them won't be too carried away with the way Liverpool played today because they've still going to get chances.

    "I think Leipzig could have had one or two goals, if you're being hugely critical. They were getting in."

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    Wayne Rooney has turned down the chance to sign Ravel Morrison after it was revealed that he pinched his boots while at Man Utd.

    The Derby boss said: "Obviously I know Ravel because I played with him, but I am happy with the squad I’ve got, it’s a good squad of players.

    "I hope Ravel can find a club which he deserves, because he’s a fantastic player, and I wish him all the best.

    "I can’t recall him taking my boots, so he can have them."

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    Kylian Mbappe’s breathtaking display against Barcelona has stunned the footballing world after he scored a hat-trick at the Nou Camp.

    The likes of Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Neymar heaped praise on the Frenchman after he put PSG on the verge of a quarter-final place.

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    A Premier League statement reads: "The Premier League today confirmed all fixtures for the 2020/21 season will continue to be made available to fans to watch live in the UK. This arrangement will be extended until Government guidance permits supporters to return to stadiums.

    "All matches will be shown via existing broadcast partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC, who continue to work with us to deliver these additional matches while stadiums are missing the supporters who are such an integral part of the game.

    "Details of broadcast selections for March and the rearrangement of previously postponed matches will be announced in due course.

    "The Premier League and its clubs remain committed to an accessible solution for fans. The UK live broadcast arrangements will be reviewed in consultation with clubs and in line with any decisions made by Government regarding the return of spectators to stadiums."

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    Some more big news just confirmed…

    All Premier League matches will be televised until fans are allowed to return to grounds.

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    Neymar is facing a two-game ban for slamming the penalty decision given to Barcelona on Tuesday night.

    The injured Brazilian star could be made to explain his tweets during the 4-1 win for his PSG side.

    Neymar tweeted: “Joke that penalty,” accompanied by laughing emojis after Frenkie de Jong was awarded a spot-kick.

    The tweet was quickly spotted by fans, who shared it on social media – but it wasn’t live for long, with Neymar deleting it.

    And Uefa could act with a ban of up to two games for the 29-year-old.

    The UEFA disciplinary code stops players from 'insults or other conduct that violates the basic rules of conduct'.

    Neymar was given a three-game ban in March 2019 for insulting match officials, but it was reduced to two by CAS.

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    In more United transfer news, Bundesliga star Rami Bensebaini has sent Manchester United a 'come and get me' appeal.

    The Borussia Monchengladbach defender and former Arsenal triallist said he has been a lifelong Red Devils fan – and wants to play in England.

    Left-back Bensebaini, who won the Africa Cup of Nations with Algeria and is rated at £20million, helped Borussia into the Champions League last 16.

    The 25-year-old told BBC Afrique: "I have been a Manchester United fan since I was very little.

    "The Premier League has always attracted me. Everyone knows that I am a United fan.

    "I am with Gladbach for now, and I am happy with them.

    "But if one day I get the opportunity to make an upward step, and have a change of scene, I will seriously think about it."

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    Sticking with United and they reportedly face a transfer battle with Real Madrid for Braga’s £36m-rated defender David Carmo as the Spanish giants look for a Sergio Ramos replacement.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have been tracking the 21-year-old star this season, having watched his excellent performances in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.

    Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof were heavily criticised for their performance in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at strugglers West Brom, with pundits once again claiming Solskjaer needs reinforcements at centre back.

    But now Real are heading to the front of the queue for Carmo, with the La Liga side’s president Florentino Perez friends with his Braga counterpart, Antonio Salvador, according to AS.

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    Amad Diallo will travel with Manchester United for their Europa League away trip to Turin to face Real Sociedad.

    The teenager arrived from Atalanta in January and has been on fire for the Under-23s.

    He was on the bench against West Ham in the FA Cup last week.

    Academy youngster Shola Shoretire, 17, also be on the plane with the senior squad for the European away fixture.

    The Red Devils are due to fly from Manchester Airport on Wednesday afternoon.

    Edinson Cavani, Donny van de Beek and Paul Pogba have all been ruled out through injury.

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    Chelsea's secret transfer weapon is at it again – with Blues defender Antonio Rudiger admitting he is trying to lure Bayern Munich’s David Alaba to Stamford Bridge.

    He was branded ‘agent Rudiger’ by fans after admitting he chatted to Timo Werner and Kai Havertz to help secure their moves in the summer – with Alaba his latest target.

    The Bayern star has confirmed he is leaving the Allianz Arena after 11 years this summer with Real Madrid favourites to secure his signature.

    Alaba wants an eye-watering £400,000-a-week at his new club after growing frustrated with the German champions’ low-ball offers to stay with Real Madrid favourites to sign the free agent.

    But Rudiger told Bild he has already been in contact with the Austrian as he plots his next move, while also revealing he is ready to chat to Jerome Boateng and Niklas Sule if moves for them materialise.

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    Gareth Bale's agent says Jose Mourinho has to answer for the Welsh superstar’s issues at Spurs.

    Bale has made just two Prem starts since arriving at the end of the summer transfer window.

    Asked why Bale was having a tough time, Jonathan Barnett said: "He’s towards the end of his career.

    “But you have to ask Mourinho that.”

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    Paul Pogba's brother Mathias has joined his 12th club after being unveiled by NK Tabor Sezana.

    The Slovenian side announced the signing of the 30-year-old on their Twitter feed yesterday.

    Pogba posted on Instagram: "Another team, another mission. Thanks god for that opportunity you gave me."

    His transfer to Tabor Sezana makes it his 12th club in as many years.

    Mathias has also previously played for Wrexham, Crewe, Crawley Town and Partick Thistle.

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    Bit more breaking news…

    Referee Darren Drysdale has apologised for his 'unprofessional manner' after he SQUARED UP to Ipswich Town star Alan Judge.

    We shared earlier the shocking incident after Judge was booked for diving inside the area on 90 minutes in his team's clash against Northampton.

    The Tractor Boys midfielder protested strongly, pointing at Drysdale – prompting him to push his HEAD into Judge’s face.

    Now in a statement released by the PGMOL, who represent the referees, Drysdale has issued a grovelling apology.

    The 49-year-old said: "I fully understand that it is important to maintain our composure throughout the game and always engage with players in a professional manner.

    "I'm sorry that I did not do that last night and I can only apologise to Alan and Ipswich Town."

    The FA have also confirmed they are investigating the incident.

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    Dimitar Berbatov believes Manchester United are OUT of the title race – and fears they could even miss out on the top four.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are seven points behind league leaders Manchester City – who have a game in hand.

    The former Old Trafford star told Betfair: "You see what happens when you don't win games against the smaller teams?

    "Sheffield United and West Brom were two matches that United were expected to take all the points from, but they weren't concentrated enough and now there is no point talking about their title chances.

    "Sometimes people talk about records against the top four teams, but it is equally as important to beat the teams in the bottom four.

    "City are seven points ahead with a game in hand, and with the performances that thy have shown recently I think it will be impossible for them to lose it, and at this moment the title is theirs.

    "It just goes to show that it really pays when you are inconsistent."

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    Sir Alex Ferguson feared he would lose his memory after suffering a brain haemorrhage in 2018.

    The world of football held it's breath after the legendary former Manchester United manager was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery.

    But thankfully the procedure was a success, and after less than a month Fergie was back at home being nursed back to health by his loved ones.

    Speaking about an upcoming documentary about the Scot, Fergie said: “Losing my memory was my biggest fear when I suffered a brain haemorrhage in 2018.

    "In the making of this film I was able to revisit the most important moments of my life, good and bad.

    "Having my son Jason direct this film has ensured an honest and intimate account.”

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    Marcus Rashford features in TIME magazine for being one of the world's most influential people.

    The Manchester United striker has campaigned tirelessly to support the UK's children by forcing the Government into U-turns on the free school meals.

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    Gerrard continued: "We'll certainly move forward from it. I think we're at a real critical stage in terms of the games coming up and where we are as a club.

    "It won't affect us as a group. I've been absolutely delighted with the group in terms of their application.

    "I feel personally let down by recent events, but I'm trying to move forward and focus on the important things which is to prepare the team for a huge game against Antwerp.

    "I'm really excited, I'm looking forward to the game and so have the players. They've trained extremely well going into this game and it's important that we focus on the important things, which is the games that are in front of us."

    Asked if he could confirm the identity of the players, he said: "Yes. Bungani Zungu is involved. Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassey, Dapo [Mebude] – who is on loan at Queen of the South at the moment – and a young goalie who is an academy player but has spent some time around the first-team as well, Brian Kinnear."

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