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Friday’s gossip: Amorim, Konsa, Bernardo Silva, Koopmeiners, Zirkzee, Valverde, Faye

Sporting Lisbon boss Ruben Amorim

Liverpool have opened discussions with Sporting Lisbon boss Ruben Amorim, 39, to replace Jurgen Klopp at Anfield. (Foot Mercato – in French)external-link

Barcelona were also keen on the Portuguese coach but have withdrawn their interest as they think he could be on his way to Merseyside. (Sport – in Spanish)external-link

Manchester United are considering a summer move for Aston Villa’s England defender Ezri Konsa, 26. (Football Transfers)external-link

Portugal forward Joao Felix says his international team-mate Bernardo Silva, 29, wants to move to Barcelona, with the Manchester City midfielder having been linked with the Catalan club in several recent transfer windows. (Gerard Romero)external-link

Atalanta say they have not received any direct contact from Liverpool about their Dutch midfielder Teun Koopmeiners with the Reds reportedly interested in the 26-year-old. (90min)external-link

Liverpool want to sign Uruguay midfielder Federico Valverde, 25, from Real Madrid. (Teamtalk)external-link

Bologna and Netherlands forward Joshua Zirkzee, 22, has been targeted by Manchester United and Liverpool, but has told his agent he would prefer a move to AC Milan. (Mirror)external-link

Arsenal are set to rival Manchester United for the signing of Barcelona’s 19-year-old Senegalese centre-back Mikayil Faye. (Calciomercato, via TeamTalk)external-link

Manchester United have offered a new deal to 16-year-old English winger Bendito Mantato with several top clubs interested in the teenager. (Fabrizio Romano)external-link

United want to recruit a chief business officer to report to their incoming new chief executive Omar Berrada. (Athletic – subscription required)external-link

Portuguese manager Marco Silva, 46, could attract interest from West Ham with a release clause in his Fulham contract worth £8.6m. (Sun)external-link

Everton could face a third points deduction after the release of their latest club accounts. (Football Insider)external-link

Premier League clubs are pushing to scrap points deductions in favour of a new luxury tax fine system. (Mirror)external-link

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