A round up of the transfer news, rumours a News from Sunday’s papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers….


Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is in advanced talks with Manchester City about taking over from Manuel Pellegrini next season.

A defiant Jose Mourinho insisted after Chelsea’s 3-1 home defeat to Liverpool: “This team is together – and I’m not going anywhere.”


Manchester City and Manchester United are set to battle for the signature of Belgium’s latest young star, Anderlecht’s £30m-rated midfielder Youri Tielemans.

Manchester City will fight to keep hold of Elite Development Coach Patrick Vieira, who has been linked with a place on the Arsenal staff and the manager’s role with New York City.

Leicester will demand £15m for in-form striker Jamie Vardy, who has attracted interest from Tottenham, Liverpool, West Brom and Borussia Dortmund.

Sunderland are targeting £8m-rated Bordeaux midfield Wahbi Khazri.


Manchester United are planning to make another move for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale in January and United are also preparing a £40m bid for Felipe Anderson in an attempt to beat Bayern Munich to the signing of the Lazio star.

Paul Scholes has destroyed his chances of being part of ’92 reunion at Manchester United after his outspoken views on Louis van Gaal’s style of play wrecked any chances of a return.

West Ham want loan star Manuel Lanzini, 22, on a permanent basis.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is facing the axe as owner Roman Abramovich prepares a £9.5m pay-off.

Tottenham are to offer Christian Eriksen a new contract that will keep the Danish star at White Hart Lane for the next four years.

Potential Aston Villa manager Remi Garde is looking to follow in the footsteps of his old boss Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Liverpool are facing a fight to keep hold of Jordan Rossiter as interest mounts in the 18-year-old midfielder.


Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is willing to fire manager Jose Mourinho if results do not improve.

Franz Beckenbauer has been hit by new claims of corruption with the German legend, head of Germany’s 2006 World Cup organising committee, alleged to have been a key player in Malta cash ‘bribe’.

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