Daily Roundup: Latest Football News Content Across Europe

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Manchester City midfield star Phil Foden is a Juventus transfer target, and the Old Lady are also interested in signing fellow England starlet Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. The Serie A champions have focused their sights on young stars and the England duo are near the top of their list. (Tuttosport)

AC Milan are considering a move to take Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to Italy, the idea being to sign him from LA Galaxy in January 2019. Gennaro Gattuso is understood to be looking to bolster his front line in order to meet the expectations of finishing the Serie A season in the Champions League places, and going as far as possible in the Europa League. (Corriere della Sera)

After celebrating a last-gasp victory over Liverpool, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik was robbed while returning home. The incident happened at 2am CET in Varcaturo. Milik was in his car on the way home when a motorbike blocked his route. The player had a gun pointed in his face and was forced to hand over his Rolex Daytona watch. Police are investigating. (Gazzetta Dello Sport)

Spain

After a successful operation to remove his appendix, Real Madrid midfielder, Isco, is already thinking about playing again. With his stitches now removed, the fixture against Levante at the Bernabeu on October 20 is being pencilled in for his return to action. (Sport)

Barcelona’s Arturo Vidal has risked the wrath of the club by posting an angry face emoji on his Instagram stories. The message is open to interpretation, but could be seen as a response to only being played for the last three minutes of the Champions League tie against Tottenham (Marca)

Germany

Mats Hummels’ position at Bayern Munich could be under threat, with a move away potentially on the cards if the situation is not reversed. Under former coach, Jupp Heynckes, the centre-back was a fixture in the German champions’ defence, however, since Nico Kovac has taken the reins at the Bavarian club, his rotation policy has seen Hummels on the bench. The player is beginning to think he will become the most prominent victim of the change of coach, particularly as he is being regularly criticised for his attacking forays. (Sport Bild)

France

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder, Adrien Rabiot, has turned down a third offer from the French club, as the transfer saga involving the Frenchman rumbles on. PSG president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has proposed a new salary of €9m (£7.9m) per year, up from the previous offer of €7m (£6.2) but that still isn’t enough to persuade Rabiot to put pen to paper. (Le Sport 10)

Andoni Zubizarreta has talked about Marseille’s failed summer bid for Mario Balotelli. “We did everything for him to come, he was willing to play in Marseille,” he said. (L’Equipe)

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Italy

Manchester City midfield star Phil Foden is a Juventus transfer target, and the Old Lady are also interested in signing fellow England starlet Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. The Serie A champions have focused their sights on young stars and the England duo are near the top of their list. (Tuttosport)

AC Milan are considering a move to take Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to Italy, the idea being to sign him from LA Galaxy in January 2019. Gennaro Gattuso is understood to be looking to bolster his front line in order to meet the expectations of finishing the Serie A season in the Champions League places, and going as far as possible in the Europa League. (Corriere della Sera)

After celebrating a last-gasp victory over Liverpool, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik was robbed while returning home. The incident happened at 2am CET in Varcaturo. Milik was in his car on the way home when a motorbike blocked his route. The player had a gun pointed in his face and was forced to hand over his Rolex Daytona watch. Police are investigating. (Gazzetta Dello Sport)

Spain

After a successful operation to remove his appendix, Real Madrid midfielder, Isco, is already thinking about playing again. With his stitches now removed, the fixture against Levante at the Bernabeu on October 20 is being pencilled in for his return to action. (Sport)

Barcelona’s Arturo Vidal has risked the wrath of the club by posting an angry face emoji on his Instagram stories. The message is open to interpretation, but could be seen as a response to only being played for the last three minutes of the Champions League tie against Tottenham (Marca)

Germany

Mats Hummels’ position at Bayern Munich could be under threat, with a move away potentially on the cards if the situation is not reversed. Under former coach, Jupp Heynckes, the centre-back was a fixture in the German champions’ defence, however, since Nico Kovac has taken the reins at the Bavarian club, his rotation policy has seen Hummels on the bench. The player is beginning to think he will become the most prominent victim of the change of coach, particularly as he is being regularly criticised for his attacking forays. (Sport Bild)

France

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder, Adrien Rabiot, has turned down a third offer from the French club, as the transfer saga involving the Frenchman rumbles on. PSG president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has proposed a new salary of €9m (£7.9m) per year, up from the previous offer of €7m (£6.2) but that still isn’t enough to persuade Rabiot to put pen to paper. (Le Sport 10)

Andoni Zubizarreta has talked about Marseille’s failed summer bid for Mario Balotelli. “We did everything for him to come, he was willing to play in Marseille,” he said. (L’Equipe)

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Italy

Manchester City midfield star Phil Foden is a Juventus transfer target, and the Old Lady are also interested in signing fellow England starlet Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. The Serie A champions have focused their sights on young stars and the England duo are near the top of their list. (Tuttosport)

AC Milan are considering a move to take Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to Italy, the idea being to sign him from LA Galaxy in January 2019. Gennaro Gattuso is understood to be looking to bolster his front line in order to meet the expectations of finishing the Serie A season in the Champions League places, and going as far as possible in the Europa League. (Corriere della Sera)

After celebrating a last-gasp victory over Liverpool, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik was robbed while returning home. The incident happened at 2am CET in Varcaturo. Milik was in his car on the way home when a motorbike blocked his route. The player had a gun pointed in his face and was forced to hand over his Rolex Daytona watch. Police are investigating. (Gazzetta Dello Sport)

Spain

After a successful operation to remove his appendix, Real Madrid midfielder, Isco, is already thinking about playing again. With his stitches now removed, the fixture against Levante at the Bernabeu on October 20 is being pencilled in for his return to action. (Sport)

Barcelona’s Arturo Vidal has risked the wrath of the club by posting an angry face emoji on his Instagram stories. The message is open to interpretation, but could be seen as a response to only being played for the last three minutes of the Champions League tie against Tottenham (Marca)

Germany

Mats Hummels’ position at Bayern Munich could be under threat, with a move away potentially on the cards if the situation is not reversed. Under former coach, Jupp Heynckes, the centre-back was a fixture in the German champions’ defence, however, since Nico Kovac has taken the reins at the Bavarian club, his rotation policy has seen Hummels on the bench. The player is beginning to think he will become the most prominent victim of the change of coach, particularly as he is being regularly criticised for his attacking forays. (Sport Bild)

France

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder, Adrien Rabiot, has turned down a third offer from the French club, as the transfer saga involving the Frenchman rumbles on. PSG president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has proposed a new salary of €9m (£7.9m) per year, up from the previous offer of €7m (£6.2) but that still isn’t enough to persuade Rabiot to put pen to paper. (Le Sport 10)

Andoni Zubizarreta has talked about Marseille’s failed summer bid for Mario Balotelli. “We did everything for him to come, he was willing to play in Marseille,” he said. (L’Equipe)

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