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PostSubject: Tuesday football news and transfer gossips   2015-08-18, 13:32

Chelsea have made a new £30m bid for Everton defender John Stones, 21, but may have to increase that by a further £10m to sign the England international. (Telegraph)

In addition to Stones, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will be given funds by Russian owner Roman Abramovich to bring in two other top players before the transfer window closes following their disappointing start to the campaign. (Daily Mirror)

Everton will make a move for either Swansea's centre-half Ashley Williams, 30, or Napoli's defender Kalidou Koulibaly, 24, if Stones does leave Goodison Park. (Daily Star)

Arsenal and Manchester United have been alerted to the availability of Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 33, who has been told he can leave Paris St-Germain in a cut-price deal. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City have been told they will have to increase their offer for 27-year-old Valencia defender Nicolas Otamendi. (Sky Sports)

City will not let France defender Eliaquim Mangala, 24, go to Valencia as part of any deal for Argentina international Otamendi. (Daily Express)

Manchester United's chief executive Ed Woodward has flown to Barcelona in an attempt to conclude a deal for Spain international forward Pedro, 28. (Daily Mail)

Newcastle have pulled out of the running for QPR striker Charlie Austin, 26, with the Championship club holding out for a £15m fee. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Austin could be on the move, though, with West Ham keen to sign the former Burnley and Swindon striker. (Evening Standard)

Newcastle are closing in on a £12m move for Marseille winger Florian Thauvin, 22, in a deal which could see Frenchman Remy Cabella, 25, move in the opposite direction. (Guardian)

Tottenham's Argentine forward Erik Lamela, 23, could be a target for Juventus if the Italian champions are unable to buy team-mate and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 23. (Evening Standard)

Sunderland want to bring Aston Villa utility player Kieran Richardson, 30, back to the Stadium of Light for a second spell. (Daily Mirror)

Southampton are close to a deal to sign Napoli's French defender Kalidou Koulibaly, 24, for £8.5m and still have an interest in Celtic's Dutch centre-back Virgil van Dijk, 24. (Daily Star)

Sunderland fear they will lose out to Inter Milan in their pursuit of Liverpool's Italian forward Fabio Borini, 24. (Sunderland Echo)

West Bromwich Albion have made a £5m bid for Tottenham's Argentina defender Federico Fazio, 28, which leaves questions over 33-year-old Joleon Lescott's future at the Hawthorns. (Telegraph)

Norwich want to sign Italian forward Mattia Destro, 24, on loan from Roma. (Times - subscription required)

Manchester United will not make a move for a new defender after Spain international Sergio Ramos, 29, opted to stay at Real Madrid and sign a new contract. (Manchester Evening News)

United goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, will consider sacking agent Jorge Mendes if he does not secure a move to Real Madrid by the end of the transfer window. (Independent)

Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has travelled to Croatia to open talks over a £4m deal to sign 21-year-old Dinamo Zagreb defender Jozo Simunovic. (Daily Record)

Diego Maradona Instagram picture with 1986 World Cup referee

Ali Bin Nasser was the referee for the England-Argentina World Cup quarter-final in 1986

Argentina legend Diego Maradona brought back painful memories for England fans when he met Ali Bin Nasser, the Tunisian referee from the 1986 World Cup quarter-final in Mexico, which saw his side knock out Bobby Robson's side with the help of the 'Hand of God goal'.

Maradona wrote on Facebook: "I gave him an Argentina shirt and he gave me the picture of that game that hangs in his home. My dedication: 'For Ali, my eternal friend'".
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