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boss. The former Manchester City, Liverpool and Ivory Coast defender, 41, is currently a coach at Leicester.

Leicesterare interested in signing Germany left-back Robin Gosens, 28, fromInter.(Calciomercato - in Italian)external-link

Major League Soccer teams could be in a position to sign Portgual forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, fromManchester United- courtesy of a 210m Apple TV deal.(iNews)external-link

Bruno Fernandes says he has no problem withManchester Unitedand Portugal team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo despite an awkward exchange between the pair being caught on camera.(Sky Sports)external-link

The agent ofManchester Unitedand Uruguay forward Facundo Pellistri, 20, says his client could leave Old Trafford in January having not yet made a senior appearance for the club.(El Observador - in Spanish)external-link

FormerTottenhamboss Mauricio Pochettino has hinted at the wrong timing having prevented him from becomingManchester Unitedboss, but says the move could still happen in the future.(Radio Marca, via Mirror)external-link

Barcelonawill sell 28-year-old Netherlands forward Memphis Depay in January.(AS - in Spanish)external-link

Jose Mourinho wants to bringBarcelonas27-year-old Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin toRoma.(Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)external-link

Ex-Arsenaland England midfielder Jack Wilshere, 30, says he would call up pundits, such as Jamie Redknapp and Paul Scholes, if they criticised him.(Sun)external-link

Aaron Ramsdale saysArsenaland England team-mate Bukayo Saka would not shy away from taking a penalty at the Qatar World Cup despite missing one in the Euro 2020 final.(Mail)external-link

Real Madridand Brazil forward Vinicius Junior, 22, feared suffering an injury before the World Cup because of dirty tackles from opponents in La Liga.(ESPN)external-link

Fans who have travelled to the World Cup as part of a paid-for supporters programme have had their daily allowance cancelled.(Guardian)external-link

Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Emmanuel Petit thinks Brazil will win the World Cup.(Mirror)external-link

Darren Bent thinks Gareth Southgate will leave his position as England manager after the World Cup, regardless of how well the Three Lions do.(Talksport)external-link

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