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Today In Football: Chelsea Eye Osimhen, Arsenal Track Trossard, Terms On Ronaldo Exile And More




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Naija News brings you all the top stories, the latest updates, and transfer rumours from Monday’s football activities across the globe.

Heung-Min Son, who is gearing up for the next step in his career after becoming a world-class player over the last few seasons at Tottenham, is attracting interest from Real Madrid. The Mail 

In an effort to get Gabriel Slonina more senior game time, Chelsea is reportedly considering letting him go on loan in January. The Express

Manchester United Boss, Erik ten Hag, is rumoured to have his eye on three strikers: Jonathan David of Lille, Patrik Schick of Bayer Leverkusen, and Moussa Dembele of Lyon. The Mirror

Following his game-winning performance against Roma in Serie A on Sunday, Victor Osimhen of Napoli is reportedly being targetted by Chelsea. The Mail

Unless Cristiano Ronaldo exhibits some remorse and agrees to follow Erik ten Hag’s rules, he will remain banned from playing for Manchester United for Thursday’s match against Sheriff Tiraspol. The Sun

Leandro Trossard’s transfer to Arsenal is expected to put pressure on Chelsea as the race for the Brighton star heats up. The Express

Tuesday’s meeting between Erik ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo is intended to result in a negotiated settlement. The Times

In order to acquire Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot, Chelsea is reportedly considering using Hakim Ziyech as a trade partner. The Mail

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It would mean the world to Ruben Loftus-Cheek if he made a late run into England’s squad for Qatar. He has expressed his relief at finally being fit enough to start regularly for Chelsea. The Guardian