Transfer news and football gossip: Real Madrid teen sensation ‘rejected Liverpool’, ‘angry’ Arsenal star set for Emery talks, Man United receive Pogba offer

9 Nov rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Saturday’s papers and online…

Jurgen Klopp has killed the dreams of Liverpool fans by insisting there is ‘absolutely no chance’ of Kylian Mbappe joining the club – FULL STORY

Real Madrid’s teen sensation Rodrygo, who scored a perfect Champions League hat-trick this week, rejected a move to Liverpool before joining the Spanish giants from Santos for an estimated £39m. (ESPN)

Real Madrid plan to offer Colombian forward James Rodriguez to Manchester United in exchange for Paul Pogba. (El Desmarque)

Manchester United will make a £42m bid for Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen in January. (El Desmarque)

Chelsea’s out-of-favour striker Olivier Giroud is wanted by Inter Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Arsenal and Liverpool are both interested in Ajax’s Dutch forward Quincy Promes , who says he is open to a possible move to the Premier League in the future. (Daily Mail)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested Marcos Rojo is set to stay at Manchester United for the remainder of the season. The 29-year-old held talks with Everton over a move in August, but will apparently not move in January. (Manchester Evening News)

Ander Herrera has said he felt football was ‘not the most important thing’ for Manchester United during his time at the club. The Spanish midfielder joined Paris Saint-Germain in a free transfer in the summer. (Metro)

Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira is angry over his lack of playing time this season and is set for talks with boss Unai Emery. (Daily Mirror)

Arsene Wenger has suggested his successor  Unai Emery was right to strip Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka of the Gunners’ captaincy. (Evening Standard)

Leicester’s Spanish winger Ayoze Perez says he was close to joining Valencia in the summer before deciding on the Foxes’ ‘ambitious project’. (Leicester Mercury)

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