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Tottenham have lost faith in Christian Eriksen due to a breakdown in relations between their chairman Daniel Levy and the 27-year-old Danish midfielder. (Guardian)

Christian Eriksen

Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes Eriksen should start at Spurs despite anonymity about his future. (Talksport)

Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, wants to leave Manchester United because he was tired of the club, according to Belgian coach Roberto Martinez. (Mirror).

His brother Paul Pogba, 29-year-old Mathias who is a striker for the Deportivo Manchego club, said his younger brother Manchester United will be more pleased if he moves to Real Madrid. (AS)


Everton striker Cenk Tosun wants to stay in the club despite rumors that the 28-year-old is planning to move to Eintracht Frankfurt. (Turkish Football)

Liverpool have said it has no plans to sell its striker Bobby Duncan and has refused to use Fiorentina's tactics. (Liverpool Echo)

Brighton midfielder Jurgen Locadia, 25, can be loaned by Bundesliga side Hoffenheim. (Argus)

Olympiakos are in talks with Leicester club in a new deal to sign Algerian Foxes striker Rachid Ghezzal, 27. (Sky Sports)

Manchester City are in the process of kidnapping Hearts defender Aaron Hickey for a bid of 1.5 million pounds to acquire the 17-year-old by January. (Sun)

West Bromwich Albion midfielder, 19-year-old Rekeem Harper has been given a major role in the plans of head coach Slaven Bilic this season. (Express and Star)

 Anthony Martial

Manchester United may have to wait for French midfielder Anthony Martial, 23, to allow the transfer of Chile international striker Alexis Sanchez, 30, to Inter Milan. (Guardian)

Paris St-Germain has told Real Madrid that it will consider selling Brazilian midfielder Neymar, 27, if the 19-year-old Spanish striker and Brazilian striker Vinicius Jr. become part of a permanent agreement. (AS)

Barcelona directors have met on Monday to discuss the request of their former player Neymar. (Marca)

Inter Milan may be turning to Manchester City defender Wilfried Bony, the 30-year-old Ivory Coast midfielder currently not playing for any club after being released by Swansea last summer. (Goal.com)

Serbia international Nemanja Matic, 31, has called for talks with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after he lost his first place at Old Trafford. (Mirror)

Arsenal are ready to allow Spanish international Nacho Monreal to join Real Sociedad this week if the 33-year-old and the defending midfielder ask for a leave. (Sun)

Javi Gracia is fighting to save his role as Watford manager after starting the Premier League season with three defeats. (Telegraph) Javi Garcia

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is set to get a new deal that will probably double the 21-year-old's pay for the English national £ 50,000 a week (Telegraph)

Representatives of Christian Eriksen will not consider Tottenham's contract offer of a £ 200,000-a-week deal and the 27-year-old whose contract expires next summer hopes to secure a transfer to Spain. (Mirror)

Eriksen is set to resign over Tottenham in the short term, with his dream of joining Real Madrid or Barcelona this summer failing to succeed. (Mail)

Celta winger Vigo Pione Sisto, 24, is about to join Torino after a transfer to Aston Villa. (Marca)

Italian champions Sampdoria want to sign Swansea midfielder Andre Ayew, 29, on loan before closing European transfer window

Andre Ayew

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw, 24, may be out for up to a month due to an injury to his thigh muscle. (Talksport)

Sunderland may submit a second request for Sheffield defender Morgan Fox, 25 tomorrow, Wednesday (Newcastle Chronicle)

Jurgen Klopp believes his management approach increases the likelihood of him taking a break when his term of office expires in Liverpool in 2022. (Times)

Kevin De Bruyne has backed former Manchester City team-mate Vincent Kompany to silence critics and unveil his new role as Anderlecht's boss, having made his two point appearances in the first four matches this season.

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