The England boss is a wanted man.
And it appears Manchester United have set their sights on him with the team still stuttering under misfiring boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
That and more in another edition of Rumour Mill!
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SOUTHGATE NEXT IN LINE IF UNITED SACK SOLSKJAER
England boss Gareth Southgate is reportedly a leading candidate to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should Manchester United sack the Norwegian.
The Red Devils have lost three out of their last four league games, but the ex-Molde gaffer insists he does not fear getting the chop by the club.
But according to the Daily Mail, United will consider terminating Solskjaer if results do not improve this season with the club currently six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
They state that the former Cardiff manager has credit in the bank due to being an Old Trafford legend, but the board are demanding results after investing heavily in his project.
Should they part ways with the 46-year-old, the report claims that Southgate is seen as a good fit for United, with Ed Woodward impressed by how the Three Lions have improved under his tutelage.
GUNNERS TO BATTLE TOFFEES FOR JAMES
Arsenal are ready to join Everton in the battle to sign James Rodriguez, according to reports.
It is thought the Colombian star would cost around £34million (A$65m) but a loan deal seems a more likely option.
And according to AS, new Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is very interested in adding Rodriguez to his squad this month.
But he faces competition from the Toffees, who are managed by Carlo Ancelotti – the Italian worked with James at both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Since his return to the Bernabeu from his loan to Germany, Rodriguez, 28, has struggled to make himself a regular starter under Zinedine Zidane.
He featured nine times before getting injured at the end of October and made his comeback against Valencia on January 8.
CAVANI LEFT OUT OF PSG SQUAD WITH CHELSEA AND UNITED CIRCLING
Edinson Cavani was left out of the Paris Saint-Germain’s squad for their weekend game with Lille.
The Uruguayan is at the centre of a transfer saga with Chelsea, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid all vying for his signature.
And amid all the speculation surrounding his future, Thomas Tuchel confirmed Cavani would not be involved at Lille.
The PSG boss said: “It’s a little bit the same thing with Edi.
“He has been training with us for the past few days, but the situation is not clear for him either.
“And for that, he will not be available for tomorrow.”