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Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez
Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez

While the Premier League approaches the midway point in its two-week international break, rumours continue to surround England's top flight.

Reports today reveal a former Newcastle United midfielder believing manager Rafa Benitez will not leave St James' Park.

And further speculation surrounds Manchester United as two key players are still yet to commit their futures to Jose Mourinho's side.

Here's the latest rumours from around the Premier League:

Jemaine Jeans believes Rafa Benitez will not leave nor will the club sack him as he is key in their Premier League survival hopes. (Various)

Anthony Martial has put his Manchester United contract talks on hold until he knows what is happening with Mourinho. (The Sun)

Paul Pogba failed to commit his future to the Red Devils in his latest interview following France's 0-0 draw with Germany. (Metro)

Jorginho's agent has confirmed that the Italy midfielder agreed to join Manchester City in the summer but eventually signed for Chelsea because City failed to negotiate a deal with Napoli. (Metro)

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly keen on Ajax youngster Frenkie de Jong - who has caught the attention of Barcelona. (Daily Star)

Meanwhile, Spurs right-back Kieran Trippier says he has watched his goal from England's World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia "about 100 times". (The Sun)

Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos says he would have left the club if Zinedine Zidane had remained as manager. (Marca)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp makes his foreign players learn English when they sign for the Reds - and will get sell those who don't make enough effort. (ESPN)

Reds midfielder Jordan Henderson says he watched a replay of this summer's World Cup semi-final loss to Croatia because he wanted to learn as much as he could from it. (Evening Standard)

Real Madrid midfielder Isco refused to answer a question at a Spain news conference, telling the reporter: "You will write what you want anyway, so why should I answer? We don't need people who are constantly criticising us." (El Pais)

Former Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov is mulling over a move for Charlton Athletic after cashing in his Gunners shares - worth £600m (Daily Mirror)