Talking Cock Session: Daily update on the latest club news and highlights

In our latest update talk cock sessions, we look at the latest club news, Marcus Rashford, Jose Mourinho, Armando Broja, and Antonio Nusa, gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

Marcus Rashord is set to stay at Manchester United beyond the summer despite recent controversy

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Despite recent speculation over his place at Manchester United, striker Marcus Rashford is likely to stay at the club unless his situation at the club drastically changes.

The 26-year-old missed United’s FA Cup game against Newport County but was picked for the match against Wolves on Thursday night, which Erik ten Hag’s side won 4-3.

Rashord has just signed a massive new contract at United, so would be very surprised if both player and club don’t try and get this situation back on track.

And not only that, but he’s a homegrown player who has come through the club and we saw last season what he’s capable of as their top scorer. Things have gone wrong of late, clearly, and there has been an element of interest in him in previous years. But there was Barcelona at one point, there was Paris Saint-Germain, and he is admired more so it seems by clubs on the continent.

But there are also teams in the Premier League who think very highly of him when he’s at his best. But just because of the contract and the background to him at United, don’t think a sale will be at the top of the agenda unless something deteriorates even further between now and the summer.

Jose Mourinho is hoping for a return to his former club Manchester United

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Jose Mourinho is looking to bounce back from his Roma sacking by returning to Manchester United.

The Portuguese left the club in 2018, but the Daily Mail reports that he thinks he should get a second chance.

Jose Mourinho is keen on making what would be a sensational – if somewhat unlikely – return to Manchester United.

Sources close to the Portuguese manager, who was sacked by Roma earlier this month, say he feels he has ‘unfinished business’ after leaving Old Trafford in December 2018 and ‘has made it his mission’ to take charge again should the opportunity arise at some point in the future.

Mourinho is also said to be keen to work with the new regime at United, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS taking over football operations as part of the petrochemicals billionaire’s 25 per cent investment in the club.

Chelsea have incentivised Fulham to give Armando Broja minutes on the pitch

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The loan arrangement between Chelsea and Fulham for striker Armando Broja is a deal where it is cheaper for Fulham if they play him more.

If Broja does not play a certain amount of games when fit then Fulham have to pay more.

The deal includes a £ 4 million loan fee – reportedly with conditions regarding the number of minutes he plays for Fulham.

However, If Broja does not play a certain number of games when fit and available then Fulham could be forced to pay more.

Wolves had hoped to land the forward until the end of the season after agreeing the same terms with Chelsea.

Broja has instead chosen to stay in west London.

Brentford have delayed Antonio Nusa’s move until at least the next transfer window

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Brentford had been expecting to sign Antonio Nusa from Club Brugge but any deal for the Norwegian will now have to wait.

The 18-year-old’s medical raised concerns with the Premier League club and they have decided to hold fire on the deal at least until the summer.

Brentford have put a move for Antonio Nusa on hold and will reassess in the summer.

A club-record fee of £ 31.5 million, including add-ons, had been agreed with Club Brugge, but the medical raised several concerns and the 18-year-old was sent back to Belgium.

Brentford sought more medical information from both Club Brugge and the Norwegian Football Federation.

The situation has made the Bees wary of parting with such a large amount of money, given there was already risk involved in the deal due to his age and inexperience at the top level, and will now return to the deal at the end of the season.