The Telegraph reports of that disturbance at Manchester United is getting to new heights, and today the name Zinedine Zidane is again mentioned as a possible replacement for Jose Mourinho, but at this moment the rumor is stamped by the club officials as nonsense.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is ready to make a £200 million bid for Paris St Germain star Kylian Mbappe. While John Terry is close to a return to Chelsea, becoming the clubs U.23 team manager.
Player unrest at Chelsea came to a height that made it impossible to keep Antonio Conte at the club, with Willian earlier expressing his concern and now David Luiz has said the same and are happy to be part of the plans of Maurizio Sarri.
Chelsea will, if the form of Eden Hazard continue to grow, be in a difficult place to be able to keep the Belgian from wanting a dream move to Real Madrid.
Sergio Aguero is fighting a fitness battle to be able to play against Liverpool next week, and he would be saddened if he can’t be able to play in that important game.
Gareth Southgate has high hopes for Liverpool defender Joe Gomez, who at the moment are not first choice at Anfield, but the 21 year old is seen as a future stalwart in the England defence.
Mail on Sunday reports that the staff at Manchester United are ready to swipe the floor for a new man, Jose Mourinho looks finished at Old Trafford. So far it’s pure speculation but life at Old Trafford is at the moment not as happy as it should be.
Aaron Ramsey is a wanted man if he decides to quit Arsenal. The Welsh international will be a target for both Manchester City and Chelsea, even Tottenham Hotspur and foreign clubs could be looking at Ramsey as a possible signing.
Eden Hazard’s younger brother Ethan is a target for Chelsea, just a young teenage boy but blessed with a crazy talent so the World of football could be Hazardious for another couple of decades.
Sir Alex Ferguson is afraid that Manchester United are turning into a circus and that the club are on a run of strange behaviour, seeing Jose Mourinho walking out of the door as the third manager to do so in less than five years.
Didier Deschamps has backed Paul Pogba in the feud with Jose Mourinho over his leadership qualities. Pogba is eager to win the battle over his manager and to have such battles in a club is sickening. Mourinho needs to able to sell players, as Sir Alex did, when they started campaigns. This is the weakest link at Old Trafford, previously seen managers losing their “power”, now it looks as if Jose will follow David Moyes and Luis Van Gaal out the gates at Old Trafford.