Tottenham willing to listen to offers for Christian Eriksen and more - Premier League transfer news, December 4, 2019
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Jose Mourinho says no to Bruno Fernandes
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has ruled out a move for Bruno Fernandes as he claimed that the Lilywhites are not a club that will make big-money signings for players that are already developed.
"I would definitely say no because Bruno is a player of a level and value that is not for us," he said, as per Sky.
'We are not a club that is going to make big transfers in the market, nor is it going towards players who are already developed or at a certain level of expectation, also economically.
Tottenham willing to listen to offers for Eriksen
Tottenham are set to listen to offers of under £40 million for Christian Eriksen after the midfielder has indicated about not wanting to sign a contract with Jose Mourinho at the helm of the club, according to Standard.
The Dane’s contract ends in the summer, after which he can leave on a Bosman transfer. He can also sign a pre-agreement with a club of his choice in January.
Jurgen Klopp speaks about Jadon Sancho rumours
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has labeled Jadon Sancho as a “good player” but has confirmed that the club are not the source of the rumours linking the young Englishman with a move to Anfield.
“He’s a very good player,” Klopp said, before adding: “I have no clue where these kind of things [the rumours] are coming from, but it cannot come from us because we never speak about it.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dismisses sack rumours
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rubbished rumours of him getting the sack. The Norwegian's job seems to be under threat and there are reports that a loss against United could spell the end for him.
The former Molde manager, however, has dismissed those claims.
"I'm good, it's absolutely no problem," said Solskjaer, ahead of Spurs' match against Manchester United.
"Sometimes you laugh when you read stories about what I've said and stuff. At least I know the sources everyone is talking about aren't sources, they are just made up, blatant lies."