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Monday’s transfer rumors – Man Utd braced for Chelsea battle to sign £100m Premier League star

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Man Utd braced for Chelsea battle to sign £100m Premier League star

The Red Devils are ready for competition from Chelsea in the transfer race for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.

Despite West Ham valuing Rice at £100 million (€118m), United are ready to step up their interest. But the 23-year-old Englishman would favor a return to Chelsea, the club that released him aged 14.

For Chelsea to do a deal for Rice, they would first have to sell N’Golo Kante to free up space. [Daily Mail]

Tevez in talks for MLS move

Carlos Tevez is in talks with Major League Soccer side DC United.

The former Manchester United and City striker is available for a free transfer after leaving Boca Juniors last summer. A deal to DC United hinges on whether the player and club can reach a financial agreement. [Athletic]

Niklas Sule to swap Bayern Munich for Dortmund?

Did Real Madrid drop out of the Haaland race?

A new rumor has emerged claiming Real Madrid have pulled out of the race for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, leaving clubs from the Premier League ‘on red alert’.

Read the full story here on Ace Football.

Rudiger names his salary demands to Chelsea

Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger wants £225,000 a week as part of any new contract he may sign.

The 28-year-old German’s current deal runs until the end of the season. Chelsea have offered him £140,000 a week, but that falls way below his demands. Therefore, with only four months left, he can talk to foreign clubs over a free transfer for the 2022/23 campaign. [Mirror]

Kylian Mbappe drops update on his future

Gavi rejects contract offer from Barcelona

Barcelona midfielder Gavi has reportedly rejected a contract extension offer because it didn’t match his salary demands.

The 17-year-old Spaniard’s current deal runs until the summer of 2023. He isn’t in a mad rush to sign another contract, but has no thoughts about leaving Camp Nou either. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]

Real Madrid won’t sack Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti’s job at the Bernabeu is safe.

After a Copa del Rey quarter-final defeat to Athletic Club, fresh rumors cast doubt over Ancelotti’s future. However, Real Madrid have no desire to sack their manager.

The Spanish giants are at the top of LaLiga, recently won the Spanish Super Cup, and are into the Champions League knockouts. [Marca]