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EPL, transfer news, rumours, gossip, Manchester United, Raheem Sterling, Messi, Saul, Grealish, Sancho

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With football now having a return date to restart the season, attention is again turning to what will happen next, with the transfer window still set to open – albeit a little later than usual.

And it could be an interesting one, with many clubs being forced to sell and other unable to buy as Europe’s top clubs prepare for an almighty shake-up.

It’s all in today’s Rumour Mill…

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A-League, Melbourne Victory, Sven Goran Eriksson, new coach, manager, odds, Mark Bosnich

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Mark Bosnich has said that former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson should be at the top of the list for Melbourne Victory as the search for another new manager begins.

Victory confirmed last week that interim head coach Carlos Salvachua will return to Europe amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and will not return for the resumption of the A-League in July.

That left Victory searching for their third new manager of the season, following the sacking of Marco Kurz in January after just 13 games in charge.

And Bosnich thinks there is no one better suited for the job of restoring Australia’s biggest club to its former glories than Eriksson, who lists England, Lazio, Roma, Manchester City and Leicester City as but a few of the jobs he has managed in Europe.

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Bundesliga news: Sanctions, George Floyd, Jadon Sancho, Achraf Hakimi, Weston McKennie, Marcus Thuram

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The German soccer federation has defended its decision to assess whether four young Bundesliga players who made gestures in solidarity with George Floyd over the weekend must face sanctions.

The DFB also said on Monday that Jadon Sancho’s booking for removing his jersey to reveal a T-shirt with the demand “Justice for George Floyd” had nothing to do with the message — rather, the yellow card was issued because the 20-year-old England forward broke a rule that says players who celebrate goals by taking off their jerseys or lifting them over their heads must be booked for “unsporting behaviour.”

Borussia Dortmund teammate Achraf Hakimi, 21, who displayed the same message after scoring in the same game on Sunday, was not booked because he did not lift his jersey over his head.

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