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Friday, April 19, 2024

Saturday’s gossip: Alexander-Arnold, Alonso, Hayes, Endrick, Bremer, Ramsey

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Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-ArnoldReal Madrid are stepping up their interest in Liverpool and England right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, with the 25-year-old’s contract at Anfield expiring next year. (Relevo – in Spanish)Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso will join Bayern Munich rather than Liverpool if he moves anywhere this summer. (Sky Sports News)Chelsea are in advanced talks with Lyon about appointing Sonia Bompastor, the 43-year-old former France midfielder, to take over from Emma Hayes at the WSL side. (ESPN)Chelsea led the race for Brazil forward Endrick but concerns about the fee allowed Real Madrid to beat them to the signing of the 17-year-old from Palmeiras. (Telegraph – subscription required)Manchester United are ready to firm up their interest in 27-year-old Brazil defender Gleison Bremer, who has a £43m release clause in his Juventus contract. (Mirror)Aston Villa could be forced to sell English midfielder Jacob Ramsey, 22, to help avoid breaching profit and sustainability rules. (Football Insider)Manchester United minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants to change the role of the manager at the club, so it is more of a head coach position primarily focused on training. (Telegraph – subscription required)But current manager Erik ten Hag could leave Manchester United if he is not prepared for a change to his role, which would mean his position being diluted. (Star)Newcastle United might have to sell Sweden striker Alexander Isak, 24, in the summer to comply with financial fair play regulations, with long-term admirers Arsenal a possible destination. (Football Insider)Sunderland winger Jack Clarke, 23, will not sign a new contract at the Championship club, which could spark fresh interest in the Englishman from West Ham and Lazio. (The i)Former Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat could return to Borussia Dortmund in a role as the club’s sports director. (Sky Sports Germany)Friday’s gossip columnVisit your Premier League club’s page with all the latest news, analysis and fan views, and sign up for notificationsOur coverage of your Premier League club is bigger and better than ever before – follow your team and sign up for notifications in the BBC Sport app to make sure you never miss a moment

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