Cesc Fabregas for Old Trafford? And more of today's football rumours

Cesc Fabregas for Old Trafford? And more of today's football rumours

The latest gossip and rumours from the UK newspapers and online:

  • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants to bring Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas (pictured) to Old Trafford, claims the Mirror.
  • Everton defender John Stones is keen on joining Manchester City to work under Pep Guardiola, according to the Guardian.
  • The Mail writes Thibaut Courtois will remain at Chelsea this season after being told he will be the club's number one by new boss Antonio Conte.
  • Leicester are prepared to make N'golo Kante their highest-paid player amid Chelsea's interest in the France midfielder, reports the Telegraph.
  • The Sun says West Ham and Watford are among the clubs interested in hiring Thierry Henry as coach after the Frenchman left Arsenal.


More in this Section

Amateur players must wait as IRFU outline return to rugby detailsAmateur players must wait as IRFU outline return to rugby details

Greyhound set to return a fortnight ahead of scheduleGreyhound set to return a fortnight ahead of schedule

Olympic hopefuls, footballers, and rugby pros given nod to return to trainingOlympic hopefuls, footballers, and rugby pros given nod to return to training

Police give Liverpool approval to complete title bid at AnfieldPolice give Liverpool approval to complete title bid at Anfield


Lifestyle

Rower Philip Doyle believes there is no gain without pain when it comes to training. “You have to break a body down to build it up,” says the 27-year-old matter of factly.Irish rower Philip Doyle: 'You have to break a body down to built it up'

The bohemian brio of kaftans seems a tad exotic for socially distanced coffee mornings or close-to-home staycations. Perhaps that’s their charm.Trend of the Week: Cool Kaftans - Breezy dressing redefined

Eve Kelliher consults a Munster designer to find out what our future residences, offices and businesses will look likeHow pandemic life is transforming homes and workplaces

Nidge and co return for a repeat of a series that gripped the nation over its five seasons.Friday's TV Highlights: Love/Hate returns while Springwatch looks at rewilding

More From The Irish Examiner