Berbatov to join Swansea, Yaya Toure to beg Guardiola

Swansea wants to bring Dimitar Berbatov, 35, to the Welsh club

Swansea wants to bring Dimitar Berbatov, 35, to the Welsh club

Swansea boss Bob Bradley wants to bring 35-year-old Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov, who is a free agent, back to the Premier League. (Daily Express)

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has asked his agent to say sorry to City manager Pep Guardiola. After Dimitri Seluk criticised Guardiola’s decision to leave the 32-year-old out of his side, the Spaniard said he would not be selected again until Seluk apologised. (Daily Mirror)

England and Scotland are unlikely to be punished with a points deduction if they defy Fifa and wear armbands with poppies in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley on Armistice Day. (Independent)

Manchester United are prepared to release 32-year-old midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger with a £10m severance deal. (Sun)

Napoli are considering making an offer for 25-year-old striker Simone Zaza, whose transfer from Juventus to West Ham will be made permanent if he plays 10 matches for the Hammers. Zaza has made nine appearances in all competitions for West Ham, seven in the Premier League. (Il Mattino – in Italian)

Former Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas is in line to replace Sven-Goran Eriksson as manager of Chinese Super League team Shanghai SIPG.(Daily Telegraph)

Borussia Dortmund left striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang out of Wednesday’s Champions League victory over Sporting Lisbon because the 27-year-old returned late from a party in Italy. (Bild – in German)

Former Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink could take over at Inter Milan following the sacking of Frank de Boer. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea’s 21-year-old forward Bertrand Traore has questioned the Blues’ decision to send him on loan to Ajax this season. (Evening Standard)

Queens Park Rangers are considering replacing their manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink with the former Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood. (Daily Mail)

The American university Harvard has suspended its men’s football team for the rest of the season because they compiled a ‘scouting report’ on the attractiveness of the women’s team. (Harvard Crimson)

Sunderland manager David Moyes took his players on a trip to a local car factory in the hope of turning their poor form around. (Daily Mirror)

Burnley defender Michael Keane is set to keep his place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad to face Scotland on 11 November. (Daily Star)

Liverpool are set to appoint technical director Michael Edwards as their new sporting director. (Liverpool Echo)

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