Thursday's gossip: Broja, Gallagher, Mourinho, Solanke, Gil, Souttar, Warnock

Armando Broja
Armando Broja

Fulham are considering a late move for Chelsea and Albania international striker Armando Broja, 22. (Evening Standard)

Chelsea want £50m for Broja - a price the Cottagers are reluctant to meet. (Mail)

Tottenham are unlikely to meet Chelsea's £50m asking price for England midfielder Conor Gallagher and the 23-year-old is set to stay with the Blues for the rest of the season. (Talksport)

Spurs are interested in 17-year-old Sweden international Lucas Bergvall, who plays for Djurgardens. (Football London)

Jose Mourinho, who was recently sacked as Roma boss, would be keen to return to Manchester United as the Old Trafford club's manager if the opportunity arises. (Mail)

Bournemouth boss Andoni Iraola does not expect English striker Dominic Solanke to leave the club in January, despite the 26-year-old being linked with Tottenham. (Evening Standard)

Aston Villa have agreed a deal to sign England Under-19 full-back Lino Sousa, 19, from Arsenal. (Fabrizio Romano)

Wolves are in talks over a loan move for 22-year-old Corinthians and Brazil forward Yuri Alberto. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Brighton are in talks to bring 22-year-old Spanish winger Bryan Gil to the club on loan from Tottenham. (Evening Standard)

Stuttgart are pushing to sign German midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, 28, from Brighton. (Sky Germany)

Sheffield United have made contact with Leicester City over a move for their Australian defender Harry Souttar, 25, as the Blades try to bolster their defence. (Football Insider)

Everton are also looking at Souttar, who is with the Australia squad taking part in the Asian Cup in Qatar. (Football League World)

Crystal Palace are considering a late loan move for 27-year-old Ivory Coast forward Maxwel Cornet, who could be allowed to leave West Ham. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Aberdeen could look to appoint 75-year-old Neil Warnock as manager until the end of the season following the club's dismissal of Barry Robson. (The Press and Journal)