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Gossip: Luis Enrique lined up as next Chelsea boss, Tottenham swoop for Malcom, Giroud to exit Arsenal?

Here is the top football gossip in Saturday’s newspapers and online… Chelsea could turn to a Barcelona dream team to succeed Antonio Conte. The pairing of Luis Enrique and former Blues defender Juliano Belletti are in the frame to take over in the summer. Former Barca boss Enrique would replace Conte as coach with Belletti joining him at Stamford Bridge as his director of football. (Daily Star) Tottenham have emerged as the favourites to sign the Brazilian winger Malcom from Bordeaux for an initial fee of around €40 million (£35.3m). The 20 year-old was…

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Kim Jones to Exit Louis Vuitton, Reviving Speculation About What’s Next

Advertisement LONDON — Kim Jones will leave his role as artistic director of men’s wear at Louis Vuitton after the fall 2018 catwalk show on Thursday, the French luxury house has announced, capping months of speculation that he might be departing and prompting fresh questions about where in the fashion world he might go next. Mr. Jones, an Englishman who held his position at Louis Vuitton for seven years, is the fifth major designer to leave a job in six weeks, including Phoebe Philo from Céline and Jonathan Saunders from…

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Transfer news: Former Liverpool starlet Suso rules out AC Milan exit

Suso has ruled out a move away from AC Milan Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Former Liverpool midfielder Suso has ruled out leaving AC Milan – amid rumours he could return to Anfield as a replacement for Philippe Coutinho. Suso left Merseyside for the San Siro in January 2015 after failing to break into the Reds’ first team. However, since moving to Italy, the attacking midfielder has flourished and he recently signed a new contract until 2022. The 24-year-old’s new deal has a release clause believed to be around £44million, and it…

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Sports 

Watch Alex Iwobi dance the night away at house party just hours before Arsenal's weekend FA Cup exit

Iwobi is set to face a fine from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Alex Iwobi is set to face a fine from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger after footage emerged of the midfielder attending a house party just hours before the Gunners’ shock FA Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest.  The Nigeria international, who was wearing a red top at the party, broke curfew as the footage of him dancing the night away allegedly happened at about 2am.  Despite nursing a potential hangover, Iwobi played the full 90 minutes…

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Mauricio Pellegrino looking to spend at Southampton after Virgil Van Dijk exit

Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino hopes to recruit at least two new players following the £75million sale of Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool. Van Dijk will be available at Anfield from January 1 after the most expensive move made by a defender was confirmed on Wednesday, eclipsing the £54million paid by Manchester City for full-back Kyle Walker. READ: Virgil van Dijk transfer: ‘Not worth it, but fantastic for Southampton’ – What pundits have said about Liverpool’s £75m deal The Holland centre-back handed in a transfer request during the summer as talk…

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Technology 

Vodafone offers thousands early contract exit

Thousands of Vodafone customers will be able to end their contracts early after the UK’s communications regulator raised concerns over new charges. In April, Vodafone introduced new international roaming charges for 60 countries outside the European Union, and told customers via text message. Ofcom said it had “intervened” because it had “concerns about the clarity of that text message”. In a statement, Vodafone said its customers “like” its products. Vodafone’s Roam Further charges, introduced in 2017, mean customers on a monthly contract are charged a flat fee of £6 per…

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No January exit for Sanchez and Ozil – Arsenal boss Wenger

Manager Arsene Wenger says forward Alexis Sanchez and midfielder Mesut Ozil will be at Arsenal after the January transfer window “unless something unbelievable happens”. The contracts of both players expire at the end of the season. Asked if his gut feeling is they will stay, Wenger replied: “Yes, of course.” The Frenchman also said it is in midfielder Jack Wilshere’s “best interest” to remain with the Premier League club. Wenger added: “I will absolutely fight for him to stay here because he’s a top-quality player.” England international Wilshere, 25, has…

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