To beat Liverpool to Xabi Alonso’s appointment with Thomas Tuchel on thin ice, Bayern Munich is eager – Paper Talk


Additionally, INEOS has reached out to possible investors in order to raise money for the renovation of Manchester United’s famed Old Trafford stadium; Jose Mourinho discloses that in 2007 he turned down the opportunity to lead England; Sam Jewell, the head of recruitment at Brighton, receives an offer from Chelsea.

It is more likely than not that Thomas Tuchel will be fired as head coach of Bayern Munich in the summer, as the Bundesliga team wants to beat Liverpool to lure Xabi Alonso away from Bayer Leverkusen.

A number of players who are dual-qualified have been targeted by Steve Borthwick with his inaugural England A side, including Josh Iosefa-Scott of Exeter and Caolan Englefield of Gloucester, who plays scrum half.

Leigh Leopard’s rear Zak Hardaker was driving well over the speed limit and the legal limit of alcohol when he overturned his car in Knottingley, West Yorkshire, and was subsequently prohibited from driving for a further three years.


As they look for funding to renovate Manchester United’s ancient Old Trafford stadium, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS have already contacted possible domestic and international investment partners. However, the company is currently leaning away from using a nearby location.

Before Fabio Capello took over as manager of England in the end, Jose Mourinho has disclosed that he turned down a contract offer to become manager in 2007.

Four of Manchester United’s younger players—Rasmus Hojlund, Alejandro Garnacho, Kobbie Mainoo, and Diogo Dalot—have reportedly impressed Sir Jim Ratcliffe, and he may not need to make a significant roster change in the summer.

As Manchester United’s new investors look to introduce “marginal gains” into football after repeated success in cycling, the team’s players and staff may hear from New Zealand rugby union stars and Kenyan marathon runners.

To ensure they are prepared in the event that head coach Roberto De Zerbi leaves at the end of the current campaign to take up one of several high-profile openings, Brighton is putting together backup plans.

Along with Brighton’s Kaoru Mitoma and Everton’s Amadou Onana, Arsenal attacker Gabriel Martinelli is reportedly one of five names on Barcelona’s summer shopping list in Spain.

Taylor Twellman, a former US international, is worried that fans hoping to attend any of the six World Cup 2026 games in Kansas City may have to adjust their plans in light of the incident.


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