Football gossip

Mourinho along with Man Utd

Tottenham director Mauricio Pochettino wants to be thought of as an alternative for the sacked Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, even though the Old Trafford club would need to pay Spurs £34m at settlement. (Times – registration needed )

Real Madrid head coach Santiago Solari says he’s not concerned by speculation linking Mourinho with his job.

The 895-day stay at The Lowry hotel in Salford cost & pound; 537,000 of mourinho.

As much as 90% of Manchester United players were against Mourinho – .

The long-time helper Mike Phelan of sir Alex Ferguson will return to Old Trafford along with caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Other gossip

Paris St-Germain won’t let Liverpool target Adrien Rabiot leave on a free at the end of the season after he refused to extend his deal so can check out offer the 23-year-old France midfielder at January. (L’Equipe – in French)

Chelsea’s Spain striker Alvaro Morato, 26, would”reunite to Italy at a heartbeat”, with a movement to AC Milan reportedly on the cards. (The Sun)

Arsenal’s search for Real Madrid’s Isco, 26, has obtained a blow after it was promised Manchester City have made contact about registering for the Spain play-maker next summer. (The Sun)

Crystal Palace are keen to sign Liverpool and England striker Dominic Solanke, 2-1, on loan in January. (Evening Standard)

Atletico Madrid are unlikely to revive the arrangement of Filipe Luis, 33, the Brazil and preceding Chelsea Leftback. (Marca)

Brazil shield Rafinha, 25, can head for China if his contract at Barcelona expires in summer time. (Kicker)

Everton Want to sell striker Oumar Niasse, 28, at the January transfer window, together with Cardiff City interested from the Senegal forward. (Liverpool Echo)

Fulham and England Under-21 goal keeper Marcus Bettinelli, 26, has been tracked by fellow Premier League strugglers Southampton. (Daily Mail)

Championship leaders Leeds United could move for Newcastle United’s 28-year-old British goalkeeper Karl Darlow at January. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

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