Sunday 15 September 2019

Football rumours from the media: Marcus Rashford linked with Real Madrid

Miguel Almiron, Stanley N’Soki and Tom Heaton are also making headlines.

Marcus Rashford has been linked with a move to Real Madrid (Martin Rickett/PA)
Marcus Rashford has been linked with a move to Real Madrid (Martin Rickett/PA)

By Press Association Sport staff

Marcus Rashford is prepared to leave Old Trafford in the pursuit of first-team football, the Sun reports. The 21-year-old England forward, who has two goals in 13 games for his club this season, could be tempted to talk to Real Madrid, the paper says.

What the papers say

Borussia Dortmund have expressed an interest in signing Everton’s young star Anthony Gordon, the Daily Mail says. The Bundesliga leaders have form in finding young English talent after signing Jadon Sancho last year, but Bayern Munich and Arsenal are also in for the 17-year-old according to the paper.

Atlanta United attacking midfielder Miguel Almiron has caught the attention of Newcastle, West Ham and Everton, according to the Sun. The Paraguay international would reportedly cost around £15m.

Another potential arrival on Tyneside is Stanley N’Soki. The Daily Mirror reports United boss Rafael Benitez has reignited his interest in the Paris St Germain left-back.

Tom Heaton could drop down a division to join Leeds (Nick Potts/PA)

Leeds are interested in picking up Tom Heaton from Burnley, says the Daily Mirror. Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa has lost two goalies to injury a week and the Championship club could turn their attention to England keeper Heaton, who has not started a league game for Burnley this season.

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Players to watch

Ruben Neves: Juventus are interested in making a move for the Wolves and Portugal midfielder in January, Tuttosport reports.

Sandro Wagner is wanted by Crystal Palace and West Ham (Niall Carson/PA)

Sandro Wagner: The Bayern Munich striker is wanted by Crystal Palace, West Ham and a number of Bundesliga clubs, according to Bild.

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