Today In Football: N’Golo Kante Staying, Pinnick Begs, Bellingham Transfer And More

Today In Football: Arsenal Monitoring Zaniolo, Thiago Silva's Contract, De Gea's Comment On United And More

Naija News brings you all the top stories, the latest updates, and transfer rumours from Wednesday news across the globe.

In search of attacking replacements for Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, who may leave the club in the summer, PSG will compete with Chelsea for AC Milan star Rafael Leao. Daily Mail Journalists in Spain claim that joining Liverpool is the only way Kylian Mbappe can leave PSG in January. The Sun The former manager of Sevilla, Julen Lopetegui, declined Wolverhampton Wanderers’ approach, ending their chances of hiring him. Daily Telegraph The desire to remain at Chelsea is shared by N’Golo Kante, but he demands guarantees in the form of a long-term contract. Daily Mail At Chile’s oldest horse racing venue, Arturo Vidal’s father’s body was discovered. At the Club Hipico de Santiago, Erasmo Vidal, 61, is reported to have experienced hypovolemic shock before going into cardiac arrest. The Sun According to the information given to Jude Bellingham, Arsenal might end up being a more desirable club to join in the summer than Liverpool. Daily Mirror The former head of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Melvin Pinnick, apologised to anyone he may have offended on Tuesday. Naija News Adrien Rabiot, a former Manchester United transfer target, has spoken out about signing a new contract with Juventus. Daily Express Germany defeated Nigeria’s Flamingos 2-1 in the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup match after coming back from a one goal deficit. Naija News Sir Jim Ratcliffe has shot down rumours that he might take over running Manchester United from the Glazers. Daily Mirror After speaking with the club, Michael Carrick is unlikely to make his debut in management with Middlesbrough. Daily Mail  Chelsea has begun formal negotiations with midfielder Mason Mount about a new long-term contract in an effort to put any uncertainty about his future to rest. The Guardian After the team’s 2-0 loss to Maccabi Haifa, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has stated that Massimiliano Allegri will continue to manage the team. Daily Mail  After being linked to a transfer to Bayern Munich, Harry Kane claims he is entirely focused on Tottenham Hotspur. The Independent 

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