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Today In football: Ndidi Returns, Kane Stalls Contract Talks, Chelsea Suffer Blow On Dumfries And More




Today In Football: Bayern Munich To Launch £90m Bid For Kane, Man United Could Have New Owners At The End Of The Season And More

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

Harry Kane pushed off negotiations for a new deal, so Tottenham will have to wait until after the World Cup. Evening Standard

The Premier League might use semi-automated offside technology starting in the upcoming season. Daily Mail 

Chelsea is trying to complete the purchase of Dinamo Moscow midfielder Arsen Zakharyan, but there are currently a number of legal issues preventing that from happening. The Express

Edson Alvarez’s former teammates at Manchester United may prevent Chelsea owner Todd Boehly from signing the Ajax midfielder in January, according to sources. The Express

Leicester City Manager, Brendan Rogers has revealed that the Super Eagles player, Wilfred Ndidi is fit to face Manchester City. Naija News

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo spent £18 million on the most expensive apartment in Portugal. The Sun

Paul Winstanley, who will be the new director of recruiting for Chelsea, broke one of the FA agent rules last month, which resulted in a £366,600 punishment for his present club Brighton. Daily Mail

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Chelsea’s efforts to find a replacement for Reece James have been hindered by the rumoured transfer ban on summer target Denzel Dumfries. The Express