Wednesday gossip: Ronaldo, Danilo, Thuram, Guardiola, Tchouameni, Depay

Wednesday gossip: Ronaldo, Danilo, Thuram, Guardiola, Tchouameni, Depay

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Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo is torn between moving to Newcastle United or Saudi club Al Nasr after the 37-year-old’s exit from Manchester United from a common agreement. (Marca – in Spanish)external link

chelsea are set to open talks over Ronaldo as co-owner Todd Boehly sees value in signing the Portuguese on a free transfer, although manager Graham Potter is less convinced. (CBS, via Sun)external link

chelsea and Newcastle they are thought to have moved away from Ronaldo’s moves, while InterMiami are supposed to look elsewhere. (Telegraph)external link

Ronaldo’s goals in his second stint at Manchester United cost the club £1.2million each. (Mail)external link

Arsenal plan to move in January to Palmeiras’ Brazilian striker Danilo, 21. (Sun)external link

Newcastle United are ready to pay Borussia Monchengladbach £10m in January to sign France striker Marcus Thuram, 25, whose contract expires next summer. (The Football Insider)external link

Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola has agreed a two-year contract extension until 2025. (The Athletic – subscription required)external link

French midfielder Aurélien Tchouameni, 22, says liverpool made the first move for him, but he intended to move real Madrid of monaco this summer once the Spanish side came for him. (Le Parisien, via 90 Min)external link

Dutch striker Memphis Depay, 28, said he was uncertain about his future at Barcelonabecame a target for the former club Manchester United in the summer transfer window. (Mirror)external link

A Barcelona counselor responded to a suggestion from Manchester United target Frenkie de Jong that the club’s board leaked contract details for the 25-year-old Dutch midfielder last summer. (Mirror)external link

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Wednesday, November 23 (all times GMT)

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