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Transfer news and gossip: Martial to leave Manchester United for Premier League rival, Rashford staying at Old Trafford, Liverpool rejected Rangers bid round up all the latest transfer rumours and gossip from Thursday’s papers and online…

Anthony Martial is set to join one of Manchester United’s rival Premier League clubs as Jose Mourinho has ‘lost patience’ with the France forward. Tottenham and Arsenal are interested in the 22-year-old. (Express)

Marcus Rashford will be STAYING at Old Trafford, however, as he is prepared to fight for his place. (Sun)

Rangers’ offer to sign Dominic Solanke on loan was rejected by Liverpool. Huddersfield, Middlesbrough, Aston Villa and Lyon also had bids for the England forward turned down. (Standard)

Cesc Fabregas, the Chelsea midfielder, is being tracked by AC Milan ahead of becoming a free agent next summer. (Express)

Fabregas could be leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season

Milan are also keeping tabs on Aaron Ramsey, who also becomes a free agent at the end of the season. The Wales midfielder has yet to commit his future to Arsenal. (Sun)

Aston Villa are hoping to re-sign John Terry, the former Chelsea and England defender, after the 37-year-rejected the chance to join Spartak Moscow. (Express)

Kenedy, the Chelsea winger, does not want to make his loan stay at Newcastle a permanent one. (Sun)

Fulham are set to open contract talks with 18-year-old wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon. (Standard)

Nabil Fekir, the Lyons forward, remains open to a Premier League move despite the plug being pulled on a summer transfer to Liverpool. (Mirror)

And here are the top stories…

EXCLUSIVE: Jamie Carragher says Marcus Rashford must leave Manchester United

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Kenwright promises Farhad Moshiri ‘loves Everton’ after the majority shareholder increased his stake in the club

Manchester United want Atletico Madrid’s Andrea Berta as their director of football

Jerome Boateng called Jose Mourinho to explain why he couldn’t leave Bayern Munich for Old Trafford

Boateng, the Bayern defender, was a target of Manchester United’s over the summer

Liverpool order Lazar Markovic to train with the academy

Kevin-Prince Boateng reveals pasta was one of the reasons he returned to Italian football over the summer

Robinho blames Chelsea for failed transfer in 2008


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