Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd No Closer To Sacking Solskjaer



Posted Tuesday, November 09, 2021 by Goal.com

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd No Closer To Sacking Solskjaer

Bradley to swap LAFC for Toronto

Former USMNT coach Bob Bradley is on the verge of becoming Toronto FC's new boss, reports AS.

Bradley will thus draw the curtain on his tenure at Los Angeles FC, whom he has coached for the past four seasons.

Woodward set for Man Utd consultancy role

Ed Woodward will continue his ties with Manchester United even after stepping down as executive vice-chairman, reports the Daily Mail.

United are in talks with the director over remaining at the club in a consultancy role, despite being a focal point for fan criticisms during the lean spell at Old Trafford over the past few years.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd No Closer To Sacking Solskjaer

Madrid plan summer clearout

Real Madrid are planning to release a host of star players over the summer in order to boost their transfer funds, according to Sport.

Gareth Bale, Isco and Marcelo all finish lucrative contracts and will be let go, while the Merengue also hope to sell Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic, who have been disappointing at the Bernabeu.

Ex-Barca women's boss Cortes considered by Man City

Manchester City are considering a move for former Barcelona coach Lluis Cortes, reports Sport.

The Citizens have made a poor start to their Women's Super League campaign, putting current boss Gareth Taylor under significant pressure.

Martinez keen on Villa job

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez is keen to return to the Premier League at the helm of Aston Villa, claims the Sun.

The Spaniard will have to wait in line, however, as the club have made Steven Gerrard their leading candidate.

Madrid chase Juve star Chiesa

Real Madrid are gearing up for a move for Juventus ace Federico Chiesa, reports El Nacional.

The forward's two-year loan deal from Fiorentina expires at the end of the season, although talks between Chiesa and Juventus over making the move permanent are ongoing.

Man Utd no closer to sacking Solskjaer (MEN)

Reds won't move unless a replacement is ready

Manchester United are still in no rush to relieve Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of his duties, according to the Manchester Evening News.

Despite Saturday's defeat to City and the international break, the Reds board is reluctant to act unless they have a replacement ready to take over in a smooth transition of power.



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