David Brooks’ cancer diagnosis, Lampard’s nomination for Newcastle manager, and Sterling’s snub – all the latest transfer news LIVE.

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BOURNEMOUTH star David Brooks has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.

The Welsh international, 24, revealed on social media that he has Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma but has vowed to fight the disease and come back to playing ‘the sport I love’.

Meanwhile Newcastle are looking at Frank Lampard to replace Steve Bruce as manager, SunSport can exclusively reveal.

The former Chelsea midfielder and boss is ahead of Lucien Favre in the running to take over at St James’ Park under the new regime.

And we’ve the very latest on Raheem Sterling’s future at Man City, where he has reportedly snubbed a new deal.

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NEW DEVILS

Man Utd are being tipped to sign a new midfielder next summer.

But how would the Red Devils look with a fresh feel to the centre of the park?

Check out how United could line up next season below!

BREN NOT GONE

Brendan Rodgers is NOT interested in replacing Steve Bruce at Newcastle.

The Telegraph claims Rodgers is 100 per cent committed to Leicester despite links with the Toon following their £300million Saudi takeover.

Bruce is expected to be sacked this week by the new consortium.

Ex-Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is the current favourite to take charge.

LANG SHOT

Arsenal are ready to make their interest in Noa Lang formal with a £25million bid, according to reports.

Voetbal claims Mikel Arteta is keen on snapping up the newly-capped Dutch international.

However, AC Milan are also interested.

And Arsenal could launch an offer in January.

POWER SERG

Sergio Romero has revealed the struggles he faced training alone as it became clear he had no future at Manchester United.

The new Venezia goalkeeper said: “It was a strange year for me, but I trained all year at Manchester United.

“Some days I was training by myself, because the squad was preparing for a game.

“I feel good, I worked in Argentina too and want to prove I’m the same Sergio who was at Sampdoria and then Manchester.”

FRENCH CONNECTION

Legendary Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, 71, will play in a charity game on Thursday alongside French president Emmanuel Macron.

An XI made up of French football legends, sports stars and the president will take on medical staff from the Poissy Saint-Germain-en-Laye hospital to raise money for Les Pieces Jaunes.

All money raised from the match will go towards improving hospitalisation conditions for younger patients.

Wenger will partner French World Cup and Euro winner Marcel Desailly, 53, in the heart of the defence.

Wenger will also be making… Brinkwire Brief News.

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