Mourinho turns down Italy, China jobs, waits for Man Utd

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Here are the latest transfer news from across Europe:
Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho, 53, has turned down offers from Italy and China as he waits for the manager’s job at Manchester United to become available.(Sun)
Paris St-Germain forward Zlatan Ibramimovic, 34, could be heading to England. Asked about his future, he said: “I have another three months here and then what will happen? Big things will happen. Is the Premier League something I fancy. Let’s just say I’m in shape.” (Daily Mirror)
Leicester are set to spend £20m apiece on CSKA Moscow striker Ahmed Musa, 23, and Dynamo Kiev defender Aleksandar Dragovic, 24 – as long as they qualify for the Champions League.(Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are in talks to sign Edinson Cavani and have prepared a huge contract for the 29-year-old Paris St-Germain forward. (Metro)
Former Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli, 55, is back in the frame for the Chelsea manager’s job. (Sun)
Former Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires has dismissed Danny Mills’ claim that he and Thierry Henry were “disrespectful” to Manchester City when they attempted, unsuccessfully, to take a ‘tap’ penalty against Manchester City in 2005. (Times – subscription required)
Blackburn manager Paul Lambert says he wanted to resign as Aston Villa boss at the end of his second season in charge but owner Randy Lerner would not accept it. (Daily Express)
Paris St-Germain are set to hijack Manchester United’s planned move for Inter Milan midfielder Mauro Icardi, 22, with a £35m bid. (Sport Mediaset – in Italian)
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, 43, has hinted he will rebuff any offers from abroad and stay in English football.(Evening Standard)
Manchester United are set to battle Real Madrid for the signature of £23m-rated Wolfsburg defender Ricardo Rodriguez, 23. (Daily Express)
United are also hoping to persuade Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli, 26, to make the move to Old Trafford. (Metro)

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Source:: PM Newspaper