Premier League news and transfer news – 28th November 2018
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- Manchester United have added Brazil international Eder Militao to a list of potential recruits as Jose Mourinho continues to press the club for a new centre-back.
- Derby boss Frank Lampard has hailed Aberdeen as the best place for loan defender Max Lowe.
- PSG will reportedly look to open transfer negotiations with Liverpool over Fabinho when the Reds come to town on Wednesday.
- Ashley Cole is set for a contract offer from LA Galaxy on reduced terms.
- AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso has not ruled out signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic from LA Galaxy.
- Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw is concerned that Old Trafford no longer intimidates opposing players and teams like it once did.
- Eddie Jones is set for a Six Nations selection headache with 10 England stars primed to return from injury – including Mako Vunipola and Chris Robshaw.
- Ashley Cole is interested in a return to English football after being released by LA Galaxy.
- Gianluigi Buffon says Liverpool’s front three is better than PSG’s £400m-plus strike-force.
- Sergio Busquets has defended his wantaway Barcelona team-mate Ousmane Dembele, saying he believes the French World Cup-winner is owed more understanding by his critics.
- Mo Salah’s ‘body is back 100 per cent’, says Jurgen Klopp.
- Bradford City joint-chairman Edin Rahic wants to leave the club.
- Premiership rugby club owners are likely to vote for a proposal to give a minority stake to the private equity firm CVC in return for more than £200m, two months after they turned down a takeover bid.
- Cricket Australia has taken the unusual step of scheduling an Ashes warm-up match in England between Australia’s best 22 players, desperate to bolster Justin Langer’s bid to retain the urn.
- Scott Sinclair says the thought of leaving Celtic never crossed his mind.
- A Rangers fans’ chief has praised the club’s board after their decision to continue to cut away allocations at Ibrox.
- Damien Duff has emerged as a contender for a Celtic U20s coaching role.
- Motherwell midfielder Chris Cadden has been ruled out of action for four months.
- Brexit quotas will give young English talent hope, says FA chief executive Martin Glenn.