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Saturday’s gossip: Maguire, Depay, Mbappé, Félix, Endrick, Mudryk, Bielsa

manchester united Manager Erik ten Hag wants to sell England defender Harry Maguire next summer and the club may have to accept considerably less than the £80m it cost to part with the 29-year-old. (Guardian)external link

Dutch striker Memphis Depay, 28, who has been linked with possible signings for tottenham and former club manchester unitedwants to leave Barcelona on a free transfer in January. (Sports World via Express)external link

French striker Kylian Mbappe, 23, says he wants to write his name in the history books of his hometown club. Paris St Germain instead of moving abroad to win the Champions League. (Sports Illustrated) external link

Atletico Madrid Manager Diego Simeone says he wants Portuguese striker Joao Felix to stay at the club, despite the 23-year-old being linked with Paris St-Germain. (signings)external link

chelsea having hosted a 16-year-old palm trees forward Endrick and his family at their training camp as they try to beat Paris St Germain Y real Madrid to the signing of the Brazilian. (Mail)external link

Arsenal are planning moves for the city of leicester Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans, 25, and midfielder Danilo, 21, who plays in Brazil and Palms, in January. (90 minutes)external link

Newcastle United are planning a move for a 21 year old Shakhtar Donetsk and Ukrainian striker Mykhaylo Mudryk, who has also been linked with Arsenal. (Football Insider)external link

Newcastle United will hear offers for Scottish left winger Matt Ritchie in January, with Magpies boss Eddie Howe giving the club the green light to let the 33-year-old out. (Football Insider)external link

Bournemouth are exploring a move for ex Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa, 67, will take over as permanent manager following Scott Parker’s firing in August. (Athletic – subscription required)external link

Wayne Rooney says Roy Keane would not have accepted the kind of behavior he has defended from 37-year-old Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo at his former club manchester united this season. (Sport talk)external link

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