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Today In Football: Chelsea Close In On Nkunku, Beckham To Bid For United 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 Monday’s football activities across the globe.

Chelsea are left with just a contract to sign before they can snatch Christopher Nkunku away from RB Leipzig. Daily Star

Rio Ferdinand, who is a close friend of David Beckham, has revealed that the former Manchester United player would attempt to purchase the club. The Sun

Juventus are reportedly ready to battle Manchester United for Nico William’s signature in January. The Sun

Ecuador striker, Enner Valencia, who picked a knock against the Netherlands is reportedly expected to make a miraculous recovery to play Senegal in their next World Cup tie. The Sun

Declan Rice referred to Phil Foden as England’s “most technically talented player,” while Kalvin Phillips, a teammate from Manchester City and the national team, felt that Foden’s greatest position is as a number 10 on the field. Daily Mail

Jonathan Power has been chosen by Liverpool to serve as their new club physician, and he will start when the Premier League resumes. Daily Mail

Teenage starlet Gavi skipped Monday’s workout, the day after Spain’s 1-1 World Cup draw with Germany. Daily Mail 

Following a fierce altercation between rival Belgium players Eden Hazard, Jan Vertonghen, and Kevin de Bruyne following their World Cup loss to Morocco on Sunday, Romelu Lukaku is said to have served as a mediator. Daily Mail

Leicester City, who had a deal with Atalanta fall through at the last minute in the summer, are planning to rekindle their interest in former Chelsea sensation Jeremie Boga in January. Daily Mail

Karim Benzema might still be able to rejoin France’s World Cup team. as the Real Madrid striker is apparently healing from his injury more quickly than anticipated. Daily Mail 

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