Today In Football: Gakpo ‘Holding Out’ On United Move, Mudryk Looks Set To Join Arsenal And More

Today In Football: Gakpo 'Holding Out' On United Move, Mudryk Looks Set To Join Arsenal And More

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Dutch and PSV youngster, Cody Gakpo, is “holding out” for a transfer to Manchester United. The Sun

According to reports, Manchester United is interested in signing Chelsea attacker Christian Pulisic on a loan in January. The Sun

19-year-old Spanish striker for Leeds, Mateo Joseph, will get a wage raise and a lengthier contract as compensation. The Sun

According to reports, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has turned down an offer to purchase Liverpool in favour of Manchester United. Daily Express

Moise Kean, a previous Premier League failure who this summer signed a two-year loan with Juventus from Everton, is allegedly being pursued by Newcastle. Daily Express

In his pursuit of England’s all-time goal-scoring record, Harry Kane is expected to inform Gareth Southgate that he wants to play against Wales. Daily Mail

Brazil’s World Cup fitness problems have persisted as the Selecao team has been sickened before of their encounter against Switzerland on Monday. Daily Mail

Mykhaylo Mudryk, known as the “Ukrainian Neymar” after making a name for himself at Shakhtar Donetsk, seems to be joining Arsenal. A deal for over £40 million is already in place. Daily Mail

Lionel Messi and Inter Miami are close to reaching an agreement, and the US club is sure that the Argentina star will sign with them after the World Cup in Qatar. The Times

In order to beat Wayne Rooney’s Qatar goal scoring record, Harry Kane does not want to sit out England’s last World Cup Group B match against Wales on Tuesday. Daily Telegraph 

Inconveniently, John Terry and Wayne Bridge, the former Chelsea and England teammates who were at the centre of one of the greatest controversies in English football, are staying at the same World Cup hotel in Qatar. Daily Telegraph 

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