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Thursday, 3 November 2016

Gossip: Fabregas, Mourinho, Aguero, Moyes, Southampton, Messi

Chelsea's Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 29, would consider a loan move in January, but only to a leading European club. (Squawka)

Real Madrid are interested in signing Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, 28. (Mirror)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he will remain at Old Trafford "for many years". (Sun)


Red Devils forward Memphis Depay, 22, may have to leave the club to revive his career, says Fenerbahce boss Dick Advocaat. (Guardian)

Chelsea captain John Terry, 35, will be offered at least £8m a year to play for Guangzhou Evergrande, for whom he is an ambassador, in the Chinese Super League. (Mail)

Midfielder Joey Barton, 34, will only train with Rangers' youth teams after he was told to return to the club.(Press Association, via ESPN)

Interim England boss Gareth Southgate is watching Middlesbrough midfielder Adam Forshaw, 25, and could call him up for the games against Scotland and Spain. (Telegraph)

Southampton are in takeover talks with a Chinese consortium, which could pay £200m for the Premier League club.(Bloomberg)

Sunderland boss David Moyes still has the backing of the club's owner Ellis Short and chief executive Martin Bain despite failing to win a league game.(Mail)

Moyes will not be sacked by the Black Cats even if they lose at Bournemouth on Saturday.(Sun)

Roma defender Antonio Rudiger, 23, is "not bothered" by rumours linking him with a move to Chelsea or Manchester United.(Goal)

Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi says he is close to sealing the long-awaited sale of the Championship side.(Twitter Moments)

Chelsea striker Bertrand Traore, 21, who is on loan at Ajax, is not in good shape, according to the Dutch side's head coach Peter Bosz. (Voetbal International - in Dutch)

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 29, confronted Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai at half-time during Tuesday's Champions League defeat Manchester City. (Mirror)

And finally...

A Cardiff City fan who was a mascot for Tuesday's Manchester City v Barcelona game did the 'Ayatollah', a Bluebirds hand gesture, live on TV. (Wales Online)

Two German fifth-tier clubs played a game without the offside rule as an experiment by football magazine 11 Freunde. It ended 1-0. (ESPN)

Orlando Pirates boss Muhsin Ertugral left the South African club after announcing in a post-match interview on live TV that he would resign following a 6-1 defeat. (Sport24)

-BBC

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