Mauricio Pochettino interested in talking to Man Utd if job available – Paper Talk | football news

The main transfer news and rumors from Thursday’s newspapers…


Mauricio Pochettino is interested in speaking to Manchester United if they decide to part ways with Erik ten Hag this summer.

Arsene Wenger will press ahead with his proposal to introduce the most radical change to the offside law in more than 30 years, following what he calls positive test results.


Bayern Munich are close to ending their protracted search for a new manager by handing the vacancy to Burnley’s Vincent Kompany.

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Sky Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg provides an update on Bayern Munich’s search for a new manager and why they are seriously considering Burnley’s Vincent Kompany.

Chelsea have stepped up their search for Mauricio Pochettino’s replacement by checking out Leicester’s Enzo Maresca, but candidates for the job believe Ipswich’s Kieran McKenna is the favorite to take charge at Stamford Bridge.

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Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol outlines who could replace Mauricio Pochettino as Chelsea manager

US-based investment fund Oaktree Capital Management said on Wednesday it has become the new owner of Serie A champions Inter Milan after a $428m (£336m) default. by the club’s Chinese holding company, Suning.

FIFA must be prepared to deny Saudi Arabia the right to host the 2034 men’s World Cup if the kingdom fails to meet its human rights obligations, according to a new legal submission to the governing body.


Mauricio Pochettino will be one of the leading candidates for the England job if he remains unemployed and the job becomes available after Euro 2024.

Chelsea players were left shocked after Mauricio Pochettino left the club by mutual consent on Tuesday.

Dan Ashworth is trying to force Newcastle United to let him come off his long gardening leave early so he can start working at Manchester United and will argue that he was sacked from the club rather than resigning.

Bookmakers have slashed the odds of Manchester City being relegated next season as the club awaits a hearing over 115 alleged financial breaches.

A US consortium of private investors based in Silicon Valley has revived its hopes of acquiring Sheffield United following their relegation from the Premier League.

The Culture Secretary says she is stepping up pressure on the Football Association to toughen its transgender policy which she says is not “correct”.


Ipswich have offered Kieran McKenna a blockbuster new contract in a bid to keep him at Portman Road.

Robert Lewandowski agreed to join Manchester United after a phone call with Sir Alex Ferguson… before Borussia Dortmund blocked the deal.


Super agent Jorge Mendes has proposed the name of Porto coach Sergio Conceicao as a possible replacement for Mauricio Pochettino.


Newcastle are closing in on a deal to sign Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo on a free transfer.

Darwin Nunez has admitted he was affected by “negative comments” following his removal of Liverpool-related photos on social media.

In-demand Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna will reject the club’s offer of a new deal, according to a report.

The FA and UEFA have vowed to crack down on online ticket resellers after it emerged that some seats for next Saturday’s Champions League final at Wembley had been put up for sale for up to £134,000.


Hibs will draw up a shortlist of managers in the coming days as the appointment of Nick Montgomery’s successor draws closer.

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