Football gossip: Salah, Kane, Rose, Navas, Foden, Origi, Mourinho

Football gossip

Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 26, and Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 25, turned down the chance to join Real Madrid after the Spanish giants sold Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo, 33, to Juventus. (El Pais - in Spanish)external-link

Manchester United fans have paid for a banner calling for the departure of executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to be flown over Turf Moor during the match against Burnley on 2 September. (Mail)external-link

Manchester United fear manager Jose Mourinho cannot be controlled after the Portuguese's long-term assistant Rui Faria left the club. (Star)external-link

Tottenham and England defender Danny Rose would be open to a move to Ligue 1 champion Paris St-Germain. The 28-year-old turned down a loan to Bundesliga side Schalke this summer. (Evening Standard)external-link

But Tottenham have received no bids for Rose, nor for 29-year-old Belgium defender Toby Alderweireld. (Talksport)external-link

Tottenham will consult fans over where to play their Carabao Cup third-round fixture after it was confirmed this week that they would not be able to use Wembley. (Telegraph)external-link

Manchester City are contemplating an emergency loan move for Real Madrid and Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas, 31, following injury to Chile international Claudio Bravo, 35. (AS - in Spanish)external-link

Midfielder Phil Foden, 18, could be set for an England call-up with manager Gareth Southgate having spoken to Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola about his development. (Sun)external-link

Financial Fair Play regulations could see Paris St-Germain forced to sell Brazil forward Neymar, 26, or forfeit their deal to make 19-year-old France striker Kylian Mbappe's loan deal permanent. (Onda Cero - in Spanish)external-link

Dutch winger Justin Kluivert, 19, chose Roma over Manchester United when he left Ajax in the summer, because a move to Old Trafford would have been "too big a jump", according to father Patrick. (Gazzetta dello Sport, via Manchester Evening News)external-link

Liverpool and Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are in talks over a deal for 23-year-old Belgium forward Divock Origi. (ESPN)external-link

Chelsea need to convince England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 22, he is important to them in order for him to stay at Stamford Bridge. (Mirror)external-link

Chelsea's Brazilian winger Lucas Piazon could be on his way to Ligue 1 newcomers Reims on loan. The 24-year-old has made only three appearances for the Blues since joining in 2011 and spent the past two seasons on loan at Fulham. (Sun)external-link

Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry, 41, will meet the owners of Ligue 1 side Bordeaux on Thursday about becoming their new manager. (Mirror)external-link

Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 33, has revealed then Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson told him to cut the number of stepovers he did during his time at Old Trafford. (DAZN, via Manchester Evening News)external-link

Free agent Jack Rodwell, 27, is in talks with Blackburn over a move to Ewood Park. The midfielder has been training at old club Everton this summer. (Mail)external-link

Middlesbrough hope to complete the loan signing of Everton midfielder Mo Besic, 25, after Toffees winger Yannick Bolasie, 29, opted for Aston Villa. (Northern Echo)external-link

Wales defender James Collins, 34, is in line to return to West Ham only months after he was released. (Sun)external-link

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson plans to loan out midfielder Jason Puncheon as the 32-year-old Englishman aims to revive his career after injury. (Evening Standard)external-link

QPR manager Steve McClaren wants to sign Brighton and Israel striker Tomer Hemed, 31, and Burnley's Bermuda forward Nahki Wells, 28, on loan. (Sun)external-link

Former Chelsea, West Ham and England striker Carlton Cole, 34, has been declared bankrupt. (Sun)external-link

Former Premier League referee Bobby Madley is set to emigrate to Norway after resigning from his position. (Mail)external-link

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