Your soccer rumours, Sunday September 6

Today’s soccer talk: Bale and Ronaldo
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Manchester United are planning a 12-month charm offensive to sign Gareth Bale and there’s a growing belief at Old Trafford they can re-sign his Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.

Chelsea will make a fifth bid to sign Everton defender John Stones during the January transfer window.

Newcastle made a deadline-day move for Charlie Austin - and hope they could still win the battle to sign him.

Manchester United have slammed the door shut on David De Gea joining Real Madrid in the New Year.

Liverpool striker Christian Benteke is using the mind coach who first guided his career to help him deal with the challenge of his £32.5m move from Aston Villa.


West Brom will prevent Saido Berahino going on strike - by offering him a new contract with a £25m buy-out clause

Paris Saint-Germain are planning a new bid for Everton right-back Seamus Coleman in the January transfer window.


Manchester United and Real Madrid are determined to repair the damage of the hostile summer transfer window which left both clubs on a war footing.

Paris St-Germain will try again to sign Everton defender Seamus Coleman in the January transfer window.


Barcelona ‘consider shock move for Manchester City winger Navas’ as part of a quartet of January signings.

Welsh fans have been warned not to ruin what could be football’s biggest day in the country for over half-a-century by encroaching onto the pitch if they defeat Israel on Sunday.


Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba rejected a £62m move to Chelsea.


Kevin De Bruyne’s dad has revealed the £58m Man City star can’t wait to stuff Jose Mourinho’s ‘cry-baby’ taunt down his throat.

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo snubbed chance to join Monaco as part of the Anthony Martial deal.


Chelsea ‘tried to hijack’ Manchester United’s signing of Anthony Martial.


Manchester City also tried to sign Martial in the past, the France international having had a tour of the Etihad when he was 11.