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United Set to Repeat Ole Mistake With Rangnick, FIFA Boss Makes Outrageous Africa Claim

Manchester United have put their search for a new manager on hold and are now considering Ralf Rangnick as the permanent boss after impressing in the Old Trafford dugout, according to Sun Sport. This is exactly the same mistake they did with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian was appointed after impressing for a short stint but things turned from bad to worse after being named manager.

Everton have confirmed that Abdoulaye Doucoure and Fabian Delph are both expected to be out for a minimum of four weeks after sustaining injuries.

Valencia is very close to signing former Barcelona player Ilaix Moriba from RB Leipzig, according to Diario Sports.

If Newcastle want to sign Jesse Lingard on loan they must pay Man Utd a £12m survival bonus if they avoid relegation. The Magpies are insisting this is far too much. This too has frustrated Lingard and his camp, according to The Telegraph.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has made an outrageous claim that holding a World Cup every two years will help prevent African migrants from dying in the sea by 'giving them hope' in bizarre bid to push his unpopular plans for football. This has received much criticism not only from Africa but other football lovers from all parts of the world, according to Daily Mail.

Adama Traoré is now expected to reject a move to Tottenham and return to Barcelona, barring an unexpected twist. The Wolves winger will come on loan, independent of Ousmane Dembélé's future. Dembele has been advised to seek a move elsewhere and his camp are in talks with PSG, according to Gerard Romero.

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