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Transfer gossip: Rose, Sanchez, Lemar, Messi, Moyes, Sagna

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants Tottenham and England left-back Danny Rose. The 27-year-old might switch north for £50m. (Sun)

Manchester City are set to make a January switch for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez – and might get the 28-year-old Chile forward for £20m. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea scouts will check out on Red Star Belgrade’s Ghana striker Richmond Boakye, 24, all through next week’s Europa League tie against Arsenal. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool and Arsenal will each and every switch for Monaco and France midfielder Thomas Lemar, 21, next summer time. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City can find the money for Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, on the other hand the 30-year-old does not want to leave, in step with his Argentina team-mate Sergio Aguero. (TyC Sports, by the use of Talksport)

Messi could be in line for an £80m signing-on bonus if he has the same opinion a brand spanking new maintain Barcelona. (L’Ara, by the use of Daily Mail)

Former Everton, Manchester United and Sunderland boss David Moyes can also be willing to speak to Scotland about becoming their new manager. (Sun)

Chelsea will believe sending Belgium Under-21 midfielder Charly Musonda, 20, on loan in January. (Evening Standard)

Paris St-Germain midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, 27, might make his loan switch to West Brom permanent. (Le10 Sport, by the use of Talksport)

The French Football Federationplan to hold talks with France boss Didier Deschamps a few conceivable contract extension. (L’Equipe, by the use of ESPN)

Leicester City might switch for former Manchester City and Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna, 34 who’s a unfastened agent. (Leicester Mercury)

Sunderland will believe selling Ivory Coast defender Lamine Kone, 28, England midfielder Jack Rodwell, 26, and Gabon midfielder Didier Ndong, 23, if Ellis Short has not presented the Championship club previous than the wintry climate transfer window opens. (Northern Echo)

Bristol City boss Lee Johnson wants to sign a brand spanking new midfielder in January. (Bristol Post)

Ipswich Town will confirm the £90,000 signing of Waterford striker Aaron Drinan 19, throughout the January transfer window. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Meanwhile

Liverpool “don’t come close” to being original Premier League identify contenders this season, says former Reds and Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince. (Liverpool Echo)

Huddersfield Town received’t rush report signing Steve Mounie, 23, once more into first-team movement. (Yorkshire Post)

Accrington Stanley striker Billy Kee has revealed the secret in the back of his tally of seven targets in 12 League Two video video games this season – a nutrition of beer and crisps. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Arsenal’s Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck were making in a position for Saturday’s recreation at Watford in a cryotherapy chamber, where avid avid gamers are exposed to temperatures as low as -150C for a few minutes to wonder the body and help toughen their recovery

The absolute best of Thursday’s gossip

Barcelona chief executive Oscar Grau says his club are in a position to make another attempt to sign Liverpool’s Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 25, when the transfer window opens in January. (Guardian)

Liverpool will continue to refuse to enter into negotiations with Barcelona over the transfer of Coutinho. (Independent)

Alternatively, Liverpool have agreed to allow Coutinho to leave for the Nou Camp in January in a deal price £98.6m. (Mundo Deportivo by the use of Daily Mail)

Manager Jose Mourinho is in a position to sign a brand spanking new £65m five-year Manchester United contract. (Sun)

Manchester United’s Spanish playmaker Juan Mata, 29, has turned into down the chance to move to the Chinese Super League. (Daily Mirror)

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