Football gossip: Pellegrini, De Gea, Neymar, Dembele, Ronaldo

Football gossip

West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini is not in imminent danger of being sacked despite four straight Premier League defeats. (Mirror)external-link

Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 27, is expecting to sign a new contract at Manchester United worth £350,000 a week. (Sun)external-link

Paris St-Germain's Brazil forward Neymar, 26, would rather move to Chelsea or Arsenal than one of the Manchester clubs. (Express)external-link

Tottenham and Belgium midfielder Mousa Dembele, 31, is set to move to China in January. (Sun)external-link

Leicester City are keeping an eye on Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater amid interest in bringing him back to the King Power Stadium on loan in January. The 28-year-old Englishman helped the Foxes win the Premier League title in 2016. (Express)external-link

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says a return to Old Trafford for Cristiano Ronaldo was "never on the table" in the summer. The 33-year-old Portugal forward joined Juventus from Real Madrid. (Sky Sports)external-link

Ronaldo is yet to score for Juventus - but his eight-year-old son netted four times for one of their junior sides at the weekend. (Marca)external-link

Real Madrid and Brazil left-back Marcelo, 30, wants to join former team-mate Ronaldo at Juventus. (El Confidencial, via Mirror)external-link

Lazio's 23-year-old Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who was a target for Manchester United and Chelsea, agreed a deal to sign for Juventus this summer but the move fell through. (Calciomercato)external-link

Manchester United chartered a private jet to bring Atletico Madrid and Uruguay defender Diego Godin, 32, to Old Trafford on transfer deadline day but had to cancel it when the deal broke down. (Mirror)external-link

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's treatment of Germany winger Leroy Sane, 22, has got the rest of his players fearing for their places. (London Evening Standard)external-link

Arsenal's Germany defender Shkodran Mustafi could be fined by the Football Association for his goal celebration after he opened the scoring against Cardiff on Sunday. (Mirror)external-link

Liverpool and England defender Joe Gomez has backed Brazil goalkeeper Alisson to continue playing out from the back despite his error against Leicester. (Goal)external-link

Former England manager Sam Allardyce says he was in "turmoil" after losing the national job. (Talksport)external-link

Southampton's English striker Danny Ings has bet Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah he can score more than him this season. (London Evening Standard)external-link

The Mirror leads on Marcus Rashford's red card for Manchester United
The Mirror leads on Marcus Rashford's red card for Manchester United at Burnley

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