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Latest football news on April 10th (part 2)


1. Mourinho linked with Lyon job

Jose Mourinho was spotted at Lyon's airport on Tuesday, fueling rumours that he could be set for Top online poker sites a new job, according to Entreprendre.

The Portuguese has been out of work since leaving Manchester United, but his appearance in France has led to rumours that Lyon could be meeting with Mourinho.

The club is currently managed by Bruno Genesio, who seems likely to leave the club this summer behind a difficult spell.

2. James acquires Spanish passport, but still not in Real Madrid plans

James Rodriguez has obtained his Spanish passport, but Real Madrid are still not looking to hold onto the Colombian star, according to Marca.

Getting that passport will make it so Rodriguez doesn't count as a foreign player, but Zinedine Zidane isn't looking for a reunion any time soon.

Bayern, too, aren't expected to hold on to the midfielder, with Juventus still seen as the most likely destination.

3. ‘Mata and Herrera exits not the end of the world’

Juan Mata and Ander Herrera leaving Manchester United this summer at the end of their respective contracts “wouldn’t be the end of the world”, says Gary Neville.

Two Spanish midfielders at Old Trafford continue to head towards the free agent pool as their current deals run down.

4. Man Utd to trigger £25m Alderweireld clause

Red Devils to snap up Spurs star

Manchester United intend to trigger the £25 million ($33m) release clause free online blackjack with other players in Toby Alderweireld's contract at Tottenham, claims The Sun.

The Red Devils are yet to make contact with Spurs regarding a summer deal, but the Belgian is back at the top of their list of centre-half targets.

5. 'Hazard exit will hit as hard as Henry's at Arsenal'

Eden Hazard leaving would hit Chelsea as hard as Thierry Henry’s departure did Arsenal back in 2007, says former Blues striker Tony Cascarino.

The Belgian is, however, expected to move on this summer, with Cascarino telling talkSPORT: “I do think he’ll leave this summer, it’s a consequence of his contract running down. Zidane was his hero, so he will want to taste pastures new.”

6. Hazard not keen on Liverpool move

Thorgan Hazard, brother of Chelsea star, is not keen on linking up with Liverpool this summer, reports Nieuwsblad.

Borussia Monchengladbach are open to doing business with the Reds, but a Belgium international midfielder would prefer to remain in Germany if a move is made.

7. Liverpool coach hints at Neves interest

Liverpool assistant Pep Lijnders has hinted that the club could hold an interest in Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves.

The Portuguese playmaker has enjoyed two stunning seasons in England and is reported to have attracted admiring glances from Anfield and Manchester City.

8. Anderson won't be leaving West Ham

West Ham have no intention of parting with Felipe Anderson just 12 months after acquiring him in a club-record deal, claims Sky Sports.

The Brazilian playmaker is among those said to be figuring on the transfer radar football betting odds explained of Real Madrid ahead of what is expected to be a busy summer for the Blancos.
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