Transfer rumours and football gossip: Richarlison, Sergio Aguero & Tammy Abraham
By Sporting Life
07:49 · MON March 01, 2021
- Leading Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta has his sights set on Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta as the club's next manager.
- Sergio Aguero - out of contract this summer and without a new deal on the table - has been warned his legendary status will count for nothing when it comes to deciding his Manchester City future.
- Carlo Ancelotti has told Richarlison: 'You'll play where I tell you!'
- Ajax star Dusan Tadic was pelted with coins as he attempted to board the team bus following Sunday's 1-1 draw with PSV.
- Tammy Abraham is finding life tough under Thomas Tuchel, the German boss has revealed, after the forward was left out of Chelsea's squad to play Manchester United.
- The newly-formed Sheffield Wednesday Supporters Trust has launched an application for Hillsborough to be granted Asset of Community Value (ACV) status.
- Former Arsenal defender Gabriel broke down in tears following Valencia's 3-0 defeat to Getafe, complaining about their decline this season.
- Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane is remaining coy over the future of club captain Sergio Ramos.
- The United States Soccer Federation has voted to repeal a controversial 2017 policy that had required players stand for the national anthem.
- Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane has slammed Manchester United for their 'boring' performance in their goalless draw against Chelsea on Sunday.
- Celtic defender Stephen Welsh has urged captain Scott Brown to continue playing at Parkhead beyond this term season when he will decide on his future.
- Slavia Prague have been warned that "ruthless" Rangers could blow them away in the Europa League, with Alfredo Morelos earning a rave review in a leading Czech sports newspaper.
- Enzo Maresca has been linked as a candidate to replace Neil Lennon at Celtic.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
- Callum Davidson has vowed that St Johnstone will arrange a town party in Perth this summer to celebrate their Betfred Cup glory.