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Transfer Updates – Hazard to Real Madrid, Tottenham want Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Butland to the Premier League

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Transfer Updates (October 10) – Hazard to Real Madrid, Tottenham want Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Butland to the Premier League

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will hold clear-the-air talks with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward in London before a club board meeting on Thursday. (Sun)

United remain relaxed about David de Gea’s contract situation, despite having been in talks with the 27-year-old Spain goalkeeper over a new deal since August. (ESPN)

Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, 27, is waiting to see if Real Madrid say they will try to sign him next summer before making a decision on whether to stay at Stamford Bridge or not. (Telegraph)

Real Madrid were interested in bringing in Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp as a replacement for Zinedine Zidane during the summer. (Mundo Deportivo, via Express)

Chelsea are monitoring former manager Antonio Conte’s next move, with a compensation bill yet to be agreed for the Italian, who is being linked to Manchester UnitedReal Madrid and Bayern Munich(Telegraph)

Antonio Conte

Denmark centre-back Andreas Christensen is unhappy at his lack of playing time under Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri. (Times – subscription required)

Juventus have ruled out making a move to re-sign Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, 25. (Guardian)

Monaco are lining up former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry, 41, to replace Leonardo Jardim as manager. (Sun)

Former Chelsea and England defender John Terry’s chances of becoming Aston Villa manager have increased as a result of Monaco’s interest in Henry. (Times – subscription required)

Aston Villa‘s players are backing 37-year-old Terry, who was the Championship club’s captain last season, to get the job. (Mirror)

Manchester City have an edge on their Premier League rivals if they wish to re-sign 18-year-old Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho – because of a buy-back clause they inserted into the deal when they sold him. (Manchester Evening News)

Jadon Sancho

Tottenham will target Lyon and France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, 21, in the January transfer window. (Mirror)

Liverpool‘s Spanish defender Alberto Moreno, 26, is on a list of left-backs being considered by Barcelona as a back-up to Jordi Alba. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will personally scout Fiorentina and Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic, 20, during the international break. (Telegraf, via Talksport)

Mourinho wants Manchester United to sign Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar and AC Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli, who are both 23, in the January transfer window. (Mail)

Former Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says he was on the verge of joining Arsenal from West Ham before a performance by Cesc Fabregas changed ex-Gunners boss Arsene Wenger’s mind about signing him. (Times – subscription required)

Stoke and England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 25, has split with his long-standing agent in a move which could lead to a return to the Premier League. (Telegraph)

Jack Butland

Manchester City plan to hold talks with Germany winger Leroy Sane, 22, over an extension to his contract. (Sun)

Christian Eriksen’s agent says reports the 26-year-old Tottenham and Denmark playmaker has a chronic stomach injury are incorrect. (London Evening Standard)

Liverpool and Netherlands centre-back Virgil van Dijk “has to improve” as “sometimes he is a little too laid back”, says Dutch national team manager Ronald Koeman. (Mirror)

Manchester United‘s summer transfer business may have been influenced by Brexit, according to one sports enterprise professor. (Manchester Evening News)

Argentina striker Mauro Icardi is yet to open talks with Inter Milan regarding an extension to his contract, which includes a £96m release clause, says his agent. (Tiki Taka, via Goal)

Mauro Icardi

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino and Arsenal counterpart Unai Emery put their club rivalry aside to pass on their expertise at a Uefa coaching course. (Mail)

Danny Rose, the 28-year-old Tottenham left-back, has backed 22-year-old team-mate Harry Winks, dubbed the “little Iniesta”, to solve England‘s search for a creative midfielder. (London Evening Standard)