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  • Rafael Benitez has rejected the chance to take over from Ronald Koeman as Everton manager and will stay loyal to Newcastle.
  • Barcelona are keeping tabs on another Liverpool player, this time teenage star Ben Woodburn.
  • Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk was also a target for Barcelona but they have moved on to other targets after being priced out of a move.
  • Newcastle and Stoke have sent scouts to watch Nordine Ibouroi, who plays in France’s fourth tier with FC Martigues and recently scored a spectacular goal against Monaco’s second string.
  • Everton, Arsenal and Manchester United are all monitoring Monaco left-back Ruben Vinagre, who has impressed on loan with Wolves.
  • Sean Dyche will cost Leicester City a compensation package of around £2.5m if they try to make the Burnley boss their next manager.
  • The Football Association has suffered another blow with highly-rated talent spotter Richard Allen quitting to become director of football at Loughborough University.
  • Amanda Staveley’s takeover of Newcastle has moved a step closer after it emerged she is expected to make a formal bid to buy the club in the next few weeks.
  • Football Association chiefs Greg Clarke and Martin Glenn are fighting for their careers and reputations after Wednesday’s explosive parliamentary inquiry into the Mark Sampson affair.
  • Arsenal have made an offer to Real Madrid for striker Karim Benzema.
  • Crystal Palace are ready to step up their interest in Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun after he scored twice in their Champions League win over Monaco.
  • Manchester United could find out when Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be back in first-team action by the end of October – he is reported to be training at ’90 per cent’.
  • Paris Saint-Germain believe their summer recruitment of sporting director Antero Henrique will be key in tempting Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to leave for France.
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