90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world… Manchester United CEO Richard Arnold is ready to sanction a move for Harry Kane, with the Red Devils set to offer £80m for the Tottenham striker. (Daily Star) However, Manchester United are no closer to agreeing a new contract with Marcus Rashford, whose deal expires in 2024. (The Athletic) Arsenal are one of several clubs vying to sign Denmark international Jesper Lindstrom, with Eintracht Frankfurt ready to sell for a fee of €30m. (Sport1) Real Madrid are hoping to sign Leroy Sane from Bayern Munich this summer amid speculation that his future atRead More →

The European international window is in the books, folks. You don’t have to worry about your players getting injured for their countries again until June. Scott McTominay was the protagonist of Tuesday’s action as Scotland ousted Spain, while Romelu Lukaku continued his resurgence as Belgium beat Germany in a friendly. Here’s the best of Tuesday’s games… Scotland 2-0 Spain Scotland’s first win against Spain in 39 years saw them move top of Group A. The Tartan Army didn’t stop singing at Hampden Park as the hosts willed their way to a deserved victory. Scott McTominay opened the scoring early on after Andy Robertson robbed PedroRead More →

Yep, you read that correctly – Scott McTominay has scored for Scotland against Spain. Twice. It comes just days after he netted a late brace for his country against Cyprus on Saturday having come on as a late substitute. As a reward, Steve Clarke awarded the Manchester United midfielder with a start in their next Euro 2024 qualifier, and he didn’t take long to make good of this decision, opening the scoring against Spain on Tuesday after just seven minutes. He’s at it again 🙌 Scott McTominay with his third goal in two games to open the scoring against Spain. #SCOESP pic.twitter.com/QXZmvgYXGR — Scotland NationalRead More →

Tottenham Hotspur managing director of football Fabio Paratici has discussed the decision to part ways with head coach Antonio Conte. Spurs reached a mutual agreement for Conte to depart the club on Sunday night following a disappointing run of results. Conte oversaw exits in the FA Cup, Carabao Cup and UEFA Champions League this season despite high hopes of ending the club’s 15-year trophy drought. In his personal life, Conte lost three close friends – Spurs fitness coach Gian Piero Ventrone, former Italy colleague Gianluca Vialli and Serie A legend Sinisa Mihajlovic – while he had to undergo emergency surgery on his gallbladder at theRead More →

Bruno Fernandes has revealed he does not agree with teammate Cristiano Ronaldo regarding the impact of new Portugal head coach Roberto Martinez. The former Everton and Belgium boss was named as the surprise successor to Fernando Santos following the 2022 FIFA World Cup. While Martinez has been known to coach attacking and entertaining football, his teams are often characterised by their haphazard and sloppy defending – almost the inverse to how Portugal played under Santos. Ronaldo, who scored four goals in two games for Portugal this month, was quick to tell reporters of the positive impact Martinez has had on the team. “It’s a newRead More →

Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has revealed he is ‘very sorry’ to see head coach Antonio Conte lose his job and admitted he ‘feels responsible’ for his exit. Spurs confirmed late on Sunday night that they had reached a ‘mutual agreement’ with Conte to part ways. The Italian was expected to leave Tottenham after digging out his ‘selfish’ players in the aftermath of their 3-3 draw with Southampton prior to the March international break. Son spoke to the media following South Korea’s 2-1 loss to Uruguay on Tuesday and was asked for his thoughts on Conte’s departure. READ NEXT “I’m very sorry to him. He isRead More →

Barcelona are expected to appeal to the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) in an attempt to be awarded the 1937 league title. The RFEF was suspended between 1936 and 1939 due to the Spanish Civil War but, in the meantime, and handful of cup competitions were organised alongside the Mediterranean League which, unofficially, took the place of La Liga. Barcelona won the Mediterranean League in 1937 but, given it was not an official RFEF tournament, it is not a triumph which has been counted in their tally of 26 league titles. However, they could be about to change that as ESPN note Barcelona are prepared toRead More →

Chelsea have registered an interest in Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Manu Kone, 90min understands. The Blues are looking to bolster in midfield this summer and have added plenty of names to their shortlist, at the top of which is West Ham United’s Declan Rice. There are plenty of suitors for Rice, however, and so Chelsea are exploring all their options. 90min reported in January that Southampton’s Romeo Lavia was once again of interest to the London side, who failed with a bid to sign the Belgian last summer. Now, sources have confirmed that Gladbach starlet Kone has played his way onto Chelsea’s radar. The 21-year-old defensiveRead More →

Two parties were long believed to be the front runners to takeover Manchester United, but a third party fronted by Finnish businessman Thomas Zilliacus has emerged as another contender. Zilliacus, who founded and now chairs investment company Mobile FutureWorks, wants to buy the club in a 50-50 partnership that hands a significant amount of power over to the fans. “No more sheikhs and oligarchs controlling football!”, he tweeted on 23 March. I have put in a bid to buy Manchester United together with the fans, who will have equal say on all sporting matters. No more sheiks and oligarks controlling football! #Manchester_United #ManchesterUnited #ManUnited —Read More →