Conte promises to see Tottenham attack Chelsea and anger Tuchel – Marseille news

Chelsea are likely to lose a star man with a move to Tottenham appearing increasingly likely, Erling Haaland’s next destination has been identified, while Thursday’s transfer gossip has new claims on the future of Alexandre Lacazette.


Tottenham are said to be increasingly confident that they can secure the signing of Antonio Rudiger.

The German defender’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires this summer. Discussions on a new agreement have yet to bear fruit. Indeed, their latest offer – which is said to be £ 60,000 a week below what he’s looking for – was called a « slap ».

According to The Sun, the 28-year-old is reportedly looking for a contract worth £ 190,000 a week. And, having seriously impressed under Thomas Tuchel, Rudiger thinks he’s worth it.

And, since he’s settled in London, he apparently wouldn’t seek to leave the capital and move abroad.

As such, journalist Dean Jones believes Spurs have a solid chance to pull him away from the Blues.

“You look at someone like Antonio Rudiger,” Jones said. “Tottenham’s interest in him is genuine. From what I’ve heard so far, this is probably the club ready to push the boat the most in terms of salary, ”he added to The Football Terrace.

In a move that is sure to annoy Thomas Tuchel, Antonio Conte offers Rudiger the chance to potentially become Tottenham’s captain and the heart of their team.

Bayern Munich are also going in circles, while Juventus and Real Madrid are interested.

However, reports now suggest that unless Chelsea somehow redeem themselves from Rudiger, a move across London to Tottenham continues.


Erling Haaland will sign for Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea this summer, with Real Madrid revealing he is out of the race and confirming the Norwegian will move to England. (The sun)

Chelsea fans are reportedly furious after hearing their season tickets are set to triple to almost £ 4,000 following the club’s decision to modernize their facilities at Stamford Bridge. (The sun)

Exeter’s place in the FA Cup second round is at risk following an investigation into why they used six substitutes in their replay victory over Bradford. (The sun)

Arsenal are only ready to offer Alexandre Lacazette a short-term contract as the striker nears the end of his contract at Emirates Stadium. (The sun)

Conor Gallagher has serious reservations about his future at Chelsea despite a promise from Marina Granovskai. (Daily Express)


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Newcastle United aim Inter Milan duo Stefan de Vrij and Marcelo Brozovic as well as Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha in massive Serie A triple raid. (The temperature)

Manchester City has signed a curious partnership agreement with a mysterious cryptocurrency start-up whose executives’ names do not appear to have an online presence. (The temperature)

Tottenham are battling Aston Villa against Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, while Aaron Ramsey is also expected to move to Newcastle. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United’s payroll has increased by almost 25% following Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford. (Daily Mirror)

Jurgen Klopp is hopeful Jordan Henderson gets the green light for Saturday’s visit to Arsenal. It was after the Liverpool captain resumed part of the team’s training on Wednesday. (Daily Mirror)


South American football chiefs have suspended two referees, including a VAR official, for failing to punish Argentinian Nicolas Otamendi for his blatant nudge on Brazilian winger Raphinha. (Daily mail)

Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola is playing again with the idea of ​​Paul Pogba leaving Manchester United. The super agent now declares « December is the month of dreams ». (Daily mail)

Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale faces several weeks following a calf injury suffered while on international duty with Wales. (Daily mail)

Arsenal should welcome Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang again for Saturday’s trip to Liverpool. (Daily mail)

Roma manager Tiago Pinto refuses to rule out January helping hand for underprivileged Manchester United man Diogo Dalot. (Daily mail)

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