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Football rumours from the media

23/11/2020

What the papers say Dean Henderson is looking to leave Manchester United on loan as he seeks first-team football to be in with a shout of a spot at the delayed Euro 2020, with the Sun reporting Leeds and Brighton could look to make a move in January.

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20/11/2020

What the papers say Pep Guardiola’s commitment to Manchester City has reportedly re-energised the club’s pursuit of Lionel Messi. The Daily Mirror says Guardiola agreeing to a new deal will add extra incentive for Messi to swap the Nou Camp for the Etihad Stadium next year. The paper adds club bosses believe the 33-year-old Argentinian is the final piece needed for City to claim Champions League glory.

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Football rumours from the media

16/11/2020

What the papers say The Manchester Evening News says Erling Haaland is considered the leading target for Manchester City as they look to prioritise signing a top-class striker next summer. According to the paper, which cites a report from 90min, the 20-year-old goal-scoring machine is at the top of the list of potential alternatives for Sergio Aguero, who is yet to sign an extension with City.

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Sporting weekend in pictures

09/11/2020

During a Premier League weekend where the lead changed hand on a number of occasions it was Leicester who ended in top spot after a 1-0 win over Wolves on Sunday thanks to a controversial Jamie Vardy penalty.

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Football rumours from the media

03/11/2020

What the papers say Lionel Messi may have elected to stay at Barcelona this season, but rumours around his longer-term future have already begun. The Daily Telegraph reports Manchester City, who have openly expressed interest in the record-breaking Barcelona captain, will have an opportunity to offer the 33-year-old a pre-contract in January ahead of a potential move to England next summer. Talks on Messi’s future at Barcelona are not likely to take place until after a new president is elected in March, leaving City, or other clubs, a small window to agree terms on a contract starting in July 2021.