Premier League news
September 27, 2022

Manchester United eye Pickford, Oblak, Moukoko, and Dumfries

England number one Jordan Pickford and Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak are both reported to be targets of Manchester United (The Sun). Manchester United is reportedly plotting to buy Dortmund’s Yusofa Mukoko (The Sun). Inter Milan defender Denzel Dumfries has been flattered by interest from Chelsea and Manchester United (De Telegraaf).


Newcastle is close to finalizing the Kuol deal

Newcastle is close to a deal to sign striker Garang kuol from Australian League club Central Coast Mariners.


Dortmund and Celtic have also shown interest in Kuol.

Celtic boss Angie Postkoglu said the player “has something about him, and he can perfectly time the World Cup.”

Kuol made an impressive debut from the bench against New Zealand at 18 years and nine days, becoming the sixth-youngest Australia international.

On November 22, Australia’s first World Cup match will be against defending champions France.


Is Bellingham directing PL clubs to Real Madrid?

England star Jude Bellingham is set to face Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea, and Liverpool as he wants to move to Real Madrid over the Premier League, according to Marca.


Rashford is waiting for a contract extension

Manchester United is reportedly planning to extend striker Marcus Rashford’s contract by 12 months, according to The Sun.

His current deal will expire in the end of the season, and United is in preliminary talks with Rashford over a longer-term deal.

The England international previously attracted interest from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain after being relegated at Old Trafford.

He scored three goals in six games this season.


Man Utd continues contract talks with Dalot

Manchester United is continuing talks with right-back Diogo Dalot over a new contract, but no agreement has yet been reached, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Portugal international Dalot has been in impressive form for club and country this season, and United and the 23-year-old’s representatives are still in talks to extend his stay at Old Trafford.

Dalot’s current contract expires next summer. If the new agreement is not reached by then, United has the option to extend it for one season.


Is Toney ready for his England bow?

Brentford’s Ivan Toney could make his England debut after being named in manager Gareth Southgate’s squad to face Germany in the Nations League later on Monday.

Toney, who has scored five goals and provided two assists in the league this season, received his first England call-up earlier this month but was left out of the squad that traveled to Italy on Friday.


Watford have announced Bilic as their new manager

Watford has confirmed that Slaven Bilic will replace Rob Edwards as their new manager.

Edwards was brought in after relegation from the Premier League last summer and impressed for Forest Green, leading them to the League Two title.

The 39-year-old got off to a promising start as his side picked up seven points from their opening three games but only have managed one win since then.

Bilic, 54, is 10th in the league table ahead of Sunday’s trip to Stoke.

Watford owner Gino Pozzo said: “As with all decisions made by the board, I believe this change is in the club’s best interests.

“We felt Rob Edwards had enough time to show who his team was, but the performances did not reflect our hopes and ambitions.

“We now have to move forward, and in Slaven Bilic, we have secured the services of an experienced coach with recent promotion experience to the Premier League.”


Watford have sacked manager Edwards

Watford has sacked manager Rob Edwards, the Championship club has confirmed.

Edwards leaves Vicarage Road after 11 games and less than three months in charge.

Slaven Bilic, the former boss of West Ham, West Brom, and Croatia, is promised as his successor.


“Watford FC have relieved Rob Edwards of his duties as head coach.

“The Watford Football Club board would like to record their thanks to Rob for his work since the appointment and wish him and his assistant Richie Kyle, who is also leaving the club, all the best in their future coaching careers. And management.

“The Hornets will confirm their appointed head coach in due course.”

Arsenal prepared to fend off competition for Villarreal’s Baena

Arsenal is battling three Premier League rivals for Alex Baena after identifying the Villarreal winger as a possible alternative to Mykhaylo Mudryk, according to The Sun.

The Gunners linked with a move for highly-rated Shakhtar Donetsk forward Mudryk in the summer, but the asking price was too steep.

Mikel is also said to be keeping an eye on Baena, 21, who has scored six times in 10 games for Villarreal this season – making him the club’s top scorer. He is also a member of the Spanish youth team.


Kulusevski: Leaving Juve was the “best decision”

Tottenham forward Dejan Kulusevski has told Italian newspaper Gazzetta that leaving Serie A side Juventus after 18 months was the “best decision” as they fell out of favor under manager Max Allegri.

The Sweden international remains on loan at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, but the north London club has an option to make a move permanent at the end of the season.

Kulusevski has scored six goals and provided 11 assists in 29 games since joining the Spurs in January.

“At Juventus, something didn’t work, no matter how hard I worked,” he said.

“I’d instead look forward than look back. I was certainly not good at Juventus for many reasons, and when you realize that things are not working, it is difficult to change direction in the same environment.

“The decision to leave Italy was the best I could have made in this situation. Everything is going better in England. On and off the pitch.”


Trent’s form is not good enough for England

Former England defender Danny Mills says he is not surprised that Trent Alexander-Arnold was left out of the England squad on Monday night and was left out against Germany due to his recent form.

The Liverpool defender was left out of Gareth Southgate’s final squad selection ahead of this winter’s World Cup, raising questions about his likelihood of making the Group of 26.

On October 19, Southgate is due to name his England squad. The World Cup will be start on November 20, 2022, with England’s first match against Iran on November 21.

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