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Latest football news on April 9th (part 1)
1. QPR hold Appleton talks
QPR have held talks with Michael Appleton over their vacant managerial how to download 188bet desktop app position, report the Telegraph.
Rangers sacked Steve McClaren last week after less than a year in charge with the club struggling in the lower reaches of the Championship.
Former Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is also believed to be in contention for the job at Loftus Road.
2. Chelsea target Zapata
Chelsea will look to sign Atalanta forward Duvan Zapata this summer - if they can get their transfer ban overturned, report Tuttomercatoweb.
The London club have appealed against their two-transfer-window ban for allegedly breaking rules on the signings of minors from abroad with a hearing set for April 11.
If they do manage to overturn their ban then Colombian striker Zapata, valued in excess of €40million (£34m/$45m), would be among their prime targets.
3. Wan-Bissaka 'a must' for Man Utd
Eagles youngster tipped for Old Trafford
Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is 'a must' for Manchester United, according to former striker Garth Crooks.
Crooks, who spent a year on loan with the Red Devils during his playing career, named the 21-year-old in his team of the week column for the BBC and feels Old Trafford should be his next destination.
“You can't go to St James' Park, win 1-0, keep a clean sheet and not have at least one of your defenders in my team of the week,” Crooks wrote.
“I thought about James Tomkins, who has been consistent for Crystal Palace this season, often in very difficult circumstances. However, I've gone for my young player of the season, Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
“He was superb yet again against Newcastle. This fabulous talent has not looked back since his Premier League debut at Fulham at the start of the simple blackjack strategy season.
“This kid is a must for Manchester United.”
4. Neville: Hudson-Odoi starting 14 matches is appalling
Gary Neville says it is "apalling" that Callum Hudson-Odoi has struggled to lock down a consistent role at Chelsea.
The winger started Monday's win over West Ham in just his second Premier League start, but the former Manchester United star says there would be “uproar” if Hudson-Odoi leaves without a real chance.
5. Real Madrid won't meet Hazard price
Real Madrid are unwilling to meet the €116 million (£100m/$130m) asking price set by Chelsea, according to the Daily Mail.
However, the club is asking Hazard to force his way into making his dream move by publicly stating his intentions to leave Stamford Bridge for Madrid.
All parties believe a deal will be finalised, but it remains to see what price will be paid for the Belgian star.
6. Everton line up Brum ace
Everton are preparing to bid for Birmingham City forward Che Adams, according to Football Insider.
The 22-year-old, whose full name, interestingly, is Che Zach, Everton Fred Adams, has scored an impressive 22 goals in 40 Championship appearances so far this season, his best return to date.
Garry Monk's side are said to have already turned down offers from Southampton and Burnley during the January window, but expect further interest in the summer.
The report claims Everton's scouts see Adams as a player with w88 sportsbook huge potential and are eager to add the Leicester-born dangerman to their ranks.