Aug 05, 2022
Fulham ‘in Justin Kluivert transfer talks’ after son of Dutch legend Patrick was left out of Roma’s summer training camp
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FULHAM are in talks to sign Roma star Justin Kluivert, according to reports.
The winger, 23, has been deemed surplus to requirements by Jose Mourinho after spending the last two years out on loan.1Justin Kluivert could complete an £8million move to FulhamCredit: Getty
Kluivert spent a season at RB Leipzig before joining Nice last year where he scored just four goals in 27 league games.
But Fulham like the look of the Dutchman and are set to hold talks with Roma officials who have flown over from Italy, report The Times.
Kluivert was also left out of Roma's pre-season training camp in Portugal - a big hint that his future lies elsewhere.
Roma could reportedly demand £8million to let Kluivert leave with general manager Tiago Pinto arriving in London to negotiate a fee.READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTRANSFER NEWS Chelsea Aubemayang talks, Bernardo Silva close to Barca move, Ronaldo latest
Kluivert, son of Dutch legend Patrick, could follow Shane Duffy to Craven Cottage after the centre-back agreed a loan move from Brighton.
The Irishman became Fulham's second signing of the week following the capture of Arsenal goalkeeper Bern Leno.
Manager Marco Silva has brought in six players in a bid to avoid relegation, including Andreas Pereira from Manchester United.
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Former Chelsea and Arsenal winger Willian has also been linked with a shock move to Craven Cottage with reports suggesting the Brazilian's agent is in talks with the club.
Willian departed Arsenal last summer to sign for Corinthians but is believed to be open to returning to the Premier League.
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Princess Charlotte in line to be named Duchess of Edinburgh ‘in honour of the Queen’ as Edward misses out on title
PRINCESS Charlotte is set to become the Duchess of Edinburgh after Prince Edward missed out on the title, a source has said.
The King is said to want his granddaughter to take it as a "fitting way to remember the Queen", who was also Duchess of Edinburgh, they added.2Princess Charlotte is set to become the Duchess of EdinburghCredit: Getty 2King Charles' younger brother Prince Edward, right, had previously been expected to inherit the titleCredit: Getty
His Majesty’s younger brother had been expected to inherit the Dukedom after Prince Philip’s death last year. Months of speculation have followed as to why he withheld it from the Earl of Wessex.
A source told the Mail on Sunday: "Discussions are under way, but the favoured outcome for the King is that this title ought to go to Princess Charlotte.
"It would be a fitting way to remember the Queen – who, of course, had the title Duchess of Edinburgh – and a way for His Majesty to honour the line of succession."
Princess Charlotte is the first female member of the Royal Family whose place in the line of succession has not been altered by her younger brother’s birth.READ MORE ON THE ROYALSTHE PRINCE & ME Prince Harry was my toyboy aged 21 - I bet his book doesn't mention it
Royal rules which previously meant girls were leapfrogged by their younger brothers were changed in 2013.
Unlike Charlotte, Princess Anne dropped down in the line of succession when her younger brothers were born.
The source said: "Charlotte’s position is historically significant because she is the first female member of the Royal Family whose place in the line of succession will not be surpassed by her younger brother.
"So it is constitutionally significant that Charlotte should be given such a corresponding title, because it is not beyond the realms of possibility that she will accede the throne if, for example, Prince George does not have children."Most read in The US SunHIDDEN MEANINGS? Secret messages in Delphi suspect's Santa Claus posture & beard revealedHOLIDAY HORROR Thanksgiving violence leaves 14 dead & 15 hurt after shootings & stabbingsJUST LIKE US Kardashians fans say 'no judgement' as they spot $2 item at Thanksgiving mealLABOUR OF LOVE I’m a labourer - folk are obsessed when I swap my high-vis gear for a bikini
The title of Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh is one of the most senior of all in the Royal Family.
Last week a source suggested Prince Edward would be missing out on the title.
It was suggested then that the King would simply keep the title for himself to align with his goals of a slimmed-down monarchy.
The late Queen and Prince Philip had promised that Prince Edward would get the title after his father’s death when he married Sophie Wessex in 1999.Read More on The SunNAUGHTY LIST Mum in hysterics over son's hilarious blunder in ‘emergency’ letter to Santa
It came after the King asked Parliament to expand his Counsellors of State to include Prince Edward and Princess Anne.
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