Latest football rumours and paper talk, Arsenal, Tottenham and Leicester among the top stories

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The Sun on Sunday reports about unrest among Leicester City owners, concerned about the atmosphere at the training ground. The Telegraph also describes the matter with reports about a full overhaul of the squad next summer. Puel’s record at the moment is a bit falling with only 4 PL wins out of his last 17 attempts.

West Bromwich considering a sale of Scottish wonder boy Oliver Burke. The former Nottingham Forest and RB Leipzig recruit is seen as a possible fund raiser for new signings at The Hawthorns.

Fleetwood forward Bobby Grant could be available. After a recent bust-up between him and the manager Joey Barton, things are not as it should be and if a good offer comes in a decent forward can be purchased.

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Antonio Valencia is one of a number of Manchester United players who are out of contract next summer. Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and David de Gea are three more who are of course feeling in limbo over their future, not certain what will happen at this moment.

Everton youngster Antony Evans is a close target for Norwich City. The 20 year old attacking midfielder is seen as a bright prospect, earlier been capped by England at U.19 level, but limited chances to break through at Goodison Park, a move would probably suit the youngster.

Phil Parkinson has done a fantastic job at Bolton under very difficult circumstances and Reading and Brentford are just two clubs now in the loop for a new manager, Brentford losing theirs to Aston Villa and Reading could be trying a change with Paul Clement under heavy pressure at The Majdeski.

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Aaron Ramsey looks certain to leave Arsenal for new adventures when his contract is running out next summer. The Welsh international could seek a move abroad or being picked up by one Arsenals closest rivals, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur or Chelsea.

Arsenal will next season be wearing Adidas as a new deal has been completed with the sports manufacture giant. In the last seasons we have seen Arsenal in using Puma and before Nike was the preferred brand. Arsenal previously played in Adidas kits from 1986 to 1994.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho could be landing two special targets in the next transfer window, Ivan Perisic and Ante Rebic. Perisic was a great hit with Croatia as they reached the final of the World Cup, scoring vital goals on the road to the final. Perisic is a favorite among Inter fans and to see him leave would be a pity. Rebic (25), currently with Eintracht Frankfurt, is one player to look out for and one who could be a good option in the hunt for younger attackers and creative players.

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Tottenham are under a bit of pressure from pundits and media as they decided to stay loyal to their squad of players and not buying any reinforcements over the summer. Glenn Hoddle, both a player and manager at Spurs over many years might be right when suggesting that new players are needed to compete with the best. Outgoing contracts of Belgian trio Toby Alderweireld, Moussa Dembele and Jan Verthongen are all out of contract and could be seeking moves away.

Rafa Benitez, who could be an alternative at a number of clubs in the Premier League, believes Mike Ashley could sack him before the end of the season. Benitez made the most out of his Newcastle team last season, but has seen a troubled start in this campaign, complaining about lack of funds for new players, despite having some of the best young talents in the Premier League at St James Park.

Unai Emery is a manager who knows his trade and to see him and his Arsenal linked with new signings, is no surprise. The players currently on a short list are Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz and Rennes forward Ismaila Sarr.

Everton pair Cenk Tosun and Oumar Niasse could be on the move to Turkey. Rumours are also that Leicester City forward Shinji Okazaki could follow the two Evertonians to Turkey and get a move to Galatasaray.

 

 

 

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