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Sunday Football Gossip.. Mourinho to Man. Utd?, Kroos, Cavani, Balotelli To West Ham ?

by on January 17, 2016
 

Real Madrid want Manchester United to sign midfielder Toni Kroos, 26, to help them fund a bid for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, 28. (A Bola via Metro) 

The Spanish giants also want to buy Manchester United keeper David De Gea, 25, despite having a transfer ban imposed on them. (Independent) 

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The Mirror leads with boss Louis van Gaal stating Manchester United will not go 26 years without a title like Liverpool

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes he will succeed Louis van Gaal as Manchester United manager within six months, and has sounded out some of his former assistants about joining him at Old Trafford. (Sun on Sunday) 

Liverpool are prepared to pay £25m for Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, 29, this summer. (Daily Star Sunday) 

Chelsea are looking at Crystal Palace’s Scott Dann, 27, as a replacement for club captain John Terry, 35. (Sunday Mirror) 

Chelsea are also looking at Leicester playmaker Riyad Mahrez, 24. (Daily Star Sunday) 

West Ham are set to bid £10m for Liverpool’s Italian striker Mario Balotelli, 26, who is currently on loan at AC Milan. (Brentwood Gazette) 

Swansea are prepared to sack head coach Alan Curtis after the club slipped into Premier League relegation zone fewer than two weeks after appointing Curtis as full-time successor to the recently-sacked Garry Monk. (Sun on Sunday) 

A potential return to Bologna in Serie A for Southampton midfielder Gaston Ramirez, 25, has hit a snag over the length of contract on offer. (La Gazetta dello Sport)

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Norwich manager Alex Neil says his club are interested in signing 27-year-old defender Timm Klose from Wolfsburg. (Eastern Daily Press) 

Newcastle are looking to bring Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis, 30, to St James Park. (Mail on Sunday) 

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