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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/4/2018, 14:57

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours
 April 30 2018, 09:39Football




Arsenal in pole position to land Carlo Ancelotti? The Daily Mirror says they might be. Check out all today's transfer gossip from the national newspapers.

DAILY MIRROR

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly rejected the chance to take over as Italy boss, leaving the door open for Arsenal.

Roberto Mancini is now favourite to become Italy manager after Ancelotti's decision.

Ajax teenager Matthijs de Ligt has played down talk of a move to Tottenham.

Wayne Rooney has claimed Sam Allardyce could not have done more at Everton and deserves praise - despite their fans wanting him out.

West Brom face a battle to keep hold of versatile defender Craig Dawson with Burnley, Wolves and West Ham all monitoring his situation.

Joey Barton is set to name former QPR team-mate Clint Hill as his assistant manager.

Nottingham Forest boss Aitor Karanka is keen to keep loan striker Lee Tomlin on a permanent basis.

THE SUN

Ajax want to sign Chelsea sensation Mason Mount as a host of clubs across Europe show interest in the teenage prodigy.

Bournemouth have entered the race to sign Celtic defender Kieran Tierney, who is also wanted by Manchester United and Tottenham.

Huddersfield are ready to sign German defender Leon Balogun from Mainz in their first swoop for next season.

West Ham are confident they will not be forced to share the London Stadium with Chelsea from 2020 and the club will be given final say on any possible deal.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Dusan Tadic has urged Southampton to keep Mark Hughes as their manager, even if the club are relegated from the Premier League this season.

Ben Foster wants Darren Moore to be given the West Brom job on a full-time basis.

DAILY RECORD

Zeljko Buvac has sensationally quit as part of Liverpool's backroom staff after a bust-up with Jurgen Klopp.

DAILY MAIL

Former FA chairman Lord Triesman has led calls for 'full disclosure' on the £1bn Wembley bid and questioned whether the FA board have the expertise to sell the stadium.

Rome police will deploy more than 2,000 officers to protect Liverpool supporters from attacks led by Roma's "Ultra" fans when they arrive for Wednesday's Champions League clash.

THE GUARDIAN

Claude Puel has conceded that Leicester's players have appeared distracted over recent weeks, with results tailing off alarmingly as the Frenchman seeks to convince the club hierarchy that he should oversee a summer overhaul of the squad.

DAILY STAR

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists that Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema will remain at the club this summer.

THE TIMES

The Football Association's deal to sell Wembley Stadium to Shahid Khan will include a "pay-as-you-play" deal which could see England schedule games at other stadia.

Steven Gerrard is set to hold more talks over becoming the next manager of Rangers but is not yet close to agreeing a deal.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   1/5/2018, 14:21

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Wenger turns down PSG move
 May 01 2018, 09:50Football




Arsene Wenger has turned down the chance to manage Paris Saint Germain and the Wembley sale comes under scrutiny in today's back pages.

THE STAR

Arsene Wenger has turned down the chance to manage Paris Saint-Germain.
Chelsea are considering Hoffenheim's Julian Nagelsmann as their next manager.
GUARDIAN

Romelu Lukaku has had a scan on his injured ankle and is expected to be fit for the FA Cup final on May 19.
British referees have not been selected in the 13 to officiate VAR at the World Cup.
THE SUN

Jose Mourinho's No 2 Rui Faria has emerged as a shock contender for the Arsenal job.
Liverpool legend Terry McDermott is selling his European Cup medals while the club attempts to reach this year's final via Roma.
Bournemouth are preparing to take on the Premier League's big guns to sign Kieran Tierney from Celtic this summer.
Arsenal have stepped up their interest in Lyon's France international winger Nabil Fekir.
Chelsea have reportedly stolen a march on Tottenham and Liverpool in the pursuit of Bruno Fernandes.
FA bosses Martin Glenn and Greg Clarke will be challenged face to face to justify the £1bn Wembley sale.
Manchester United fear Romelu Lukaku will be out of Friday's clash against Brighton after picking up a foot injury.
Gareth Bale has backing from Real Madrid president Florentino Perez to stay at the Bernabeu.
Watford are leading the £16.5m chase for West Brom forward Salomon Rondon.
Newcastle, Brighton and Everton are eyeing up a summer swoop for Angers striker Karl Toko Ekambi.
Southampton are considering a summer move for Denmark international winger Pione Sisto.
Sunderland want hero Kevin Phillips to lead them back from League One and win over the fans.
Bradford boss Simon Grayson is being considered for the Scunthorpe job.
MIRROR

Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri is to move to the Premier League because he is bored of Serie A.
Arsenal have made an improved offer to Jack Wilshere in a desperate attempt to get him to stay.
Emmanuel Petit says winning a European trophy would be the perfect way for Arsene Wenger to say goodbye.
Fulham could lose star players Ryan Sessegnon, Ryan Fredericks and Tom Cairney if they fail to win promotion this season.
Sunderland are considering Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer to become their new manager.
EXPRESS

Wolves are ready to make a £35m swoop for Stoke and England keeper Jack Butland.
Police are investigating claims Brighton defender Gaeten Bong was subjected to monkey chants during Saturday's 0-0 draw at Burnley.
TELEGRAPH

Liverpool's players have been shocked by Zeljko Buvac's departure and a return is thought to be unlikely.
Chelsea are not happy with Brendan Rodgers handling of loan player Charly Musonda at Celtic.
Shahid Khan is hoping to give Wembley a retractable roof that fully closes if he buys the stadium.
David Moyes ordered Andy Carroll home from West Ham's training ground on Monday after an angry confrontation, with the club also set to launch an investigation.
DAILY MAIL

Chelsea's dislike of Charly Musonda's treatment could have repercussions if Brendan Rodgers ever hopes to succeed Antonio Conte.
Arsenal have invited Thierry Henry, Tony Adams and the other members of their 100 Club to attend Arsene Wenger's Emirates Stadium farewell.
Gareth Bale is set to be on the bench on Tuesday night as Real Madrid seek to reach their third consecutive Champions League final.
England's players' partners are being provided with their own security detail by the FA at this summer's World Cup in Russia.
The FA Council believes Shahid Khan is to blame for the scrapping of the historic Varsity match at Wembley.
Sunderland's staff are fearing for their jobs in the anticipation of a major cull following relegation to League One.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/5/2018, 19:53

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Chelsea chase Anthony Martial
 May 02 2018, 15:38Football




Chelsea have joined Spurs and Juventus in their pursuit of Anthony Martial, while Danny Drinkwater is a West Ham target according to today's back pages.

TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are among the clubs taking a keen interest in Anthony Martial's situation at Manchester United along with Tottenham and Juventus.
West Ham are ready to pay £30m for Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater.
Arsenal are looking at cheaper young 'head-coach' options to become their new manager.
THE SUN

Chelsea defender David Luiz could be given an escape route to Napoli in the summer should Rafa Benitez make a return to San Paolo as manager.
Chelsea are lining up a £31million move for German whizzkid Benjamin Henrichs.
Chelsea, Tottenham and Everton are in a three-way tussle for Spartak Moscow star Fernando.
David Moyes is ready to axe Andy Carroll from West Ham's relegation fight after their training ground bust-up.
DAILY MAIL

Leicester manager Claude Puel is heading for the sack with club figures furious at the 5-0 thrashing by Crystal Palace.
Arsenal are reluctant to pay their next boss as much as Arsene Wenger's £8.5m-per-year deal.
West Brom are looking into the possibility of bringing Sam Allardyce to The Hawthorns.
Roma goalkeeper Alisson has admitted he is flattered by Liverpool interest ahead of their Champions League semi-final.
Nice striker Mario Balotelli has insisted that he will not be rejoining AC Milan in the summer but has revealed there are 'many teams' in Serie A looking to sign him on a free transfer.
Doncaster Roves are braced for approaches from other clubs for manager Darren Ferguson.
 

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THE GUARDIAN

England are the fifth-most likely team to win the World Cup as study confirms Spain as favourites.
THE MIRROR

Luis Enrique is in serious danger of pricing himself out of the Arsenal job with £15million-per-year wage demands after tax.
Max Allegri and Leonardo Jardim are also being considered for the Arsenal job as well as Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Julian Nagelsmann.
Eric Bailly has been left worried about his Manchester United future after being frozen out by Jose Mourinho.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri could trade places this summer.
Southampton and Newcastle are both battling to sign CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin.
Barcelona have spotted 15-year-old Fulham starlet Harvey Elliot playing for England U15s in Italy.
Steve Bruce wants to sign Hull striker Abel Hernandez for Aston Villa if they get promoted.
DAILY STAR

Steven Gerrard has agreed to become the next Rangers boss after being promised significant funds to invest in the squad.
West Brom are facing a mass exodus this summer with Jonny Evans,, Nacer Chadli, Gareth Barry, Craig Dawson and James McClean all set to leave.
THE TIMES

England medical staff fear Harry Kane may have jeopardised his chances of being in peak condition at the World Cup by rushing back from injury too quickly last month.
Police are ready to hold Liverpool fans inside the Stadio Olimpico until 1am to ensure their safety from Roma fans
A decision over the sale of Wembley to Shahid Khan is not likely to be made until the Autumn.
Liverpool assistant Zeljko Buvac is a surprise contender to join Arsenal's potential new coaching staff
Arsenal want to talk to Massimiliano Allegri about their managerial vacancy even though he has said he wants to stay at Juventus.
Manchester United have begun talks over the sale of Matteo Darmian to Juventus
DAILY RECORD

Southampton are compiling scout reports on Celtic's Tom Rogic amid interest in striker Moussa Dembele
Hearts Marcus Godinho's season is over after he was pencilled in for knee surgery.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   6/5/2018, 17:16

Paper Talk: Sunday's football transfer rumours
 May 06 2018, 10:24Football



Wilfried Zaha is ready to quit Crystal Palace and seek European football, with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City pursuing the forward according to Sunday's papers.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Manchester United have agreed an £80m deal with Lazio for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
Wilfried Zaha is ready to quit Crystal Palace and seek European football, with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City pursuing the forward.
Mohamed Salah says he knew he had to leave Chelsea just four months after joining the club, when Jose Mourinho took him off at half-time in a game against Norwich in 2014.
David Moyes is targeting Jack Butland as his big summer signing, and is ready to spend £30m to bring the Stoke keeper to the London Stadium.
Joe Gomez is a major doubt for the World Cup after the England and Liverpool midfielder suffered a devastating ankle injury.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

England have worked out why they have such a poor record in penalty shoot-outs - they take their spot-kicks too quickly.
Pep Guardiola backs Fabian Delph for England World Cup call-up, saying "I think he deserves it".
Jurgen Klopp is ready to strengthen Liverpool squad this summer - irrespective of the Champions League result.
The FA have been forced to install safety netting under the entire roof for fear that parts of it may fall off.
SUNDAY EXPRESS

Jordan Henderson has pledged Liverpool will take their adventurous attacking style into the Champions League Final against Real Madrid.
SUNDAY EXPRESS

In his final programme notes before Arsenal play Burnley, Arsene Wenger said: "What I will miss most about this job is the competition itself."
SUNDAY MIRROR

Chelsea are closing in on £30m transfer of winger Adama Traore from Middlesbrough.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis has opened the door to an Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri job swap by praising the Chelsea boss.
Manchester United are plotting a huge £80m transfer swap with Chelsea of Willian-plus-cash deal for Anthony Martial.
Manchester City are lining up a £50m transfer raid for Matthijs de Ligt to be Vincent Kompany's successor.
Celtic have joined the race for £15m-rated West Brom defender Craig Dawson.
MAIL ON SUNDAY

Pep Guardiola says Raheem Sterling needs to take a leaf out of Lionel Messi's book if he wants to take the step to the next level.
Steven Gerrard says he wants to seek the advice of Liverpool and Rangers icon Graeme Souness before he starts work at Ibrox.
The pressure has been piled on Claude Puel after Leicester fans turned on the manager in front of the club's board during their defeat to West Ham on Saturday.
Alvaro Morata says his back injury and loss of form led to Chelsea fans abusing him in the street.
The FA have told Gareth Southgate he is expected to at least guide England out of the group stage at this summer's World Cup.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/5/2018, 19:25

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours
 May 07 2018, 10:42Football


  
Martial’s move approved, Man United’s £80m signing in doubt and Gerrard wants Liverpool star – according to the day’s back pages…

Daily Express
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly approved Anthony Martial's potential move to Juventus.
Jose Mourinho's £80m deal to sign Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has been plunged into doubt by the player's agent.
Daily Telegraph
Hugo Lloris has questioned Tottenham's mental fortitude as their trophyless season limps to a close.
The FA are likely to ask Mark Hughes to explain his comments about referee Jon Moss after Southampton were denied a crucial win at Everton.
Rafa Benitez has called on Newcastle owner Mike Ashley to 'clarify our ambitions' before planning can begin for next season.
The Sun
Steven Gerrard wants to make Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke his first Rangers signing.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet could leave Anfield this summer with Borussia Dortmund reportedly keen to sign him.
Daily Mirror
Liverpool have taken the lead in the race for highly-rated Ukrainian keeper Andriy Lunin.
Crystal Palace are ready to listen to offers for misfiring Christian Benteke this summer.
The Guardian
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has warned Mohamed Salah not to resort to diving.
The Times
Leicester will seek to appoint David Wagner as their manager this summer.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/5/2018, 16:18

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Juventus want to sign Alvaro Morata
 May 08 2018, 09:27Football



DAILY MIRROR

Juventus have made an approach to Chelsea for striker Alvaro Morata, and would spend £60m on the Spaniard who struggled in his first year in the Premier League.
Brighton defender Lewis Dunk is waiting to find out if Arsenal's management change will end their interest in signing him.
Ajax are interested in Southampton's Croatia midfielder Dusan Tadic.
Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is frustrated that a lack of minutes could cost him a World Cup 2018 spot.
Sam Allardyce insists Everton are on their way to the top four after major changes at Goodison Park.
Rafa Benitez wants Newcastle's transfer plans sorted this week - and says there will be no excuses if the club fails in the market.
Dean Marney could be on his way to Nottingham Forest after spending the last eight years with Burnley.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal still want Massimiliano Allegri as their new boss - but have pinpointed fellow Italian Carlo Ancelotti as back-up.
Bristol City owner Steve Lansdown wants Lee Johnson to stay on as manager amid interest from West Brom.
Ipswich are considering naming Tim Sherwood as their new manager.
DAILY MAIL

Southampton suspect dirty tricks after being turned away from a Swansea hotel because of a 'virus'.
Tottenham's players will miss out on lucrative, performance-related bonuses if they blow their chance to qualify for the Champions League.
Shahid Khan's purchase of Wembley has been put on hold as local MPs plan a public consultation to let locals have a say.
THE TIMES

Arsene Wenger is looking for another long-term management project as he plots his life after leaving Arsenal.
The Premier League arranges fixture lists so none of the "top six" clubs meet on the first or last weekends of the season.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has added West Ham's versatile forward Michail Antonio to his summer shopping list.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal are making positive progress over talks to keep Jack Wilshere - despite more money being offered by Wolves.
David Moyes' West Ham future remains up in the air with both sides unsure over a full-time appointment
THE GUARDIAN

Paul Lambert's future as Stoke manager is unclear because of a two‑way break clause in his contract effective from the end of June.
THE SUN

Emre Can's imminent departure from Liverpool could see the club land Sami Khedira from Juventus.
West Ham, Newcastle and Swansea are among the club's battling for £20m rated Joe Allen following Stoke's relegation.
Newcastle are reportedly set to battle Tottenham and Wolves for Southampton left-back Ryan Bertrand.
Artur Boruc is set to be handed a new one-year deal at Bournemouth, which would take him past his 39th birthday.
Phil Parkinson fears being axed by Bolton as the club is about to be sold to a Saudi Arabian group.
DAILY EXPRESS

West Ham are looking at Mainz striker Yoshinori Muto, whose goal last weekend helped his side secure their Bundesliga status.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   9/5/2018, 20:11

Paper Talk: Wednesday's football transfer rumours: Everton want Wenger
 May 09 2018, 17:26Football



A look at Wednesday's back pages - including Arsene Wenger interesting Everton and Arsenal looking at a Bundesliga goalkeeper.

DAILY MAIL
Everton's Wayne Rooney is eyeing a sensational switch to Washington with DC United.
Newcastle United are keen on £15m-rated West Brom defender Craig Dawson.
Brighton have had a £10m offer for Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney rejected by Werder Bremen.
Paul Scholes is not expected to become Salford City's next manager after the club parted company with joint-bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley on Tuesday.
THE SUN
Everton are lining up Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to replace Sam Allardyce this summer and are willing to match the £8m salary he is earning at the Emirates.
DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United could use Anthony Martial as a bargaining tool in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund forward Christian Pulisic.
England will announce their final World Cup 2018 squad next week - even though FIFA do not need them to until the first week of June.
QPR want Steve McClaren as manager after the club's 16th-place Championship finish under Ian Holloway.
A number of high-profile West Brom players are considering staying at the club to secure a Premier League return next season, but only if Darren Moore is given the manager's job on a permanent basis.
Barnsley and Scunthorpe both want Simon Grayson, who left Bradford City on Tuesday, as their new manager.
Fernando Torres is set to snub a possible Premier League return and move to MLS, with the Chicago Fire a possible landing spot.

DAILY STAR
Pep Guardiola has refused to commit his long-term future to Premier League champions Manchester City.
West Ham are ready to make David Moyes sweat over a new deal.
Rafa Benitez could renew his efforts to sign Feyenoord striker Nicolai Jorgensen this summer after a failed January bid.
DAILY EXPRESS
Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez wants to break the club transfer record for a new striker this summer.
Arsenal have opened talks with Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno as a possible replacement for Petr Cech, according to reports in Germany.
THE GUARDIAN
Arsene Wenger is weighing up an offer from Paris Saint-Germain to become their general manager.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Yaya Toure says putting Manchester United in City's shadow is his greatest achievement.
THE INDEPENDENT
Arsene Wenger wants Arsenal to keep on his backroom staff as he prepares for an immediate return to management.
THE TIMES
Everton have identified Porto coach Sergio Conceicao as a candidate to replace Sam Allardyce should he leave the club this summer.
Manchester City have revived talks about trying to sign Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez.
The 72 EFL clubs will demand a share of the money from the sale of Wembley Stadium as their price for agreeing to the deal going ahead.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   10/5/2018, 19:39

Thursday's Paper Talk: Football transfer rumours from the back pages
 May 10 2018, 09:14Football



We look at the top stories dominating Thursday morning's headlines.

DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal have ditched Luis Enrique from their final five candidates for new manager, which includes Max Allegri, Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira, Leonardo Jardim and Julian Nagelsmann.
Paris Saint-Germain are pushing hard to sign Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon ahead of Man Utd, Tottenham and Man City.
Jack Wilshere is set to stay with Arsenal on a deal which will run until the summer of 2022 with an option of a further year.
Everton could face competition from Chelsea for Ivory Coast defender Wilfried Kanon, who currently play in the Netherlands for ADO Den Haag.
Manolo Gabbiadini is set to quit Southampton this summer despite scoring the goal that could have saved their Premier League status.
THE SUN
Leroy Sane is ready to follow Gabriel Jesus in delaying Manchester City contract talks until after the World Cup.
Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany has bought club staff VIP tickets to see Noel Gallagher in concert after their title win.
An Arsenal fan has turned down a £1,000 bid for the special tie Arsene Wenger gave his son at his final home game.
Marco Silva has become the talk of the Everton dressing room again as doubts swirl over the future of manager Sam Allardyce.
Leicester and Newcastle could battle it out for the signature of Hannover striker Niclas Fullkrug.

Wolves have made AC Milan midfielder Andre Silva their No 1 summer transfer target.
Bournemouth are plotting a £10m move for teenage Porto defender Diogo Queiros.
James Maddison's knee injury is not as serious as first feared, which could spark a summer bidding war for the Norwich midfielder who has interested Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City.
Sunderland could sell Wahbi Khazri to Marseille for £6m after an impressive loan spell in France with Rennes.
Crystal Palace have joined the long list of clubs interested in Galatasaray winger Garry Rodrigues.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Stoke City are prepared to take a substantial hit on Kevin Wimmer, who could be on his way back to the Bundesliga a year after an £18m move.
The Potters are also set to loan out £12m signing Saido Berahino and sell £18m midfielder Gianelli Imbula.
Southampton will open talks with Mark Hughes next week about signing a new long-term contract as manager
DAILY MAIL
Wayne Rooney has told Everton he wants to join DC United, with a £12.5m deal now close to being agreed.
David Moyes position as West Ham manager looks increasingly uncertain as he expects to receive job offers this summer.
Emre Can is losing his bid to be fit for Liverpool's Champions League final against Real Madrid with a back injury.
Tottenham are monitoring developments with Ajax's teenage centre-back Matthijs de Ligt.
Morocco fear dirty tricks are at play by FIFA in their bid to stage the 2026 World Cup.
Steve McClaren is set to become the new Queens Park Rangers manager with Ian Holloway on the brink of the sack.
West Ham have checked in on Belgium international Leander Dendoncker but are not sure he is worth the £18m asking price.
Graham Alexander and John Sheridan are among the contenders vying for the role as Salford City manager.
Newly-promoted Cardiff City are interested in Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur.
THE GUARDIAN
Chelsea have brought in Britain's largest children's charity Barnardo's to oversee an independent investigation into racism allegations.
DAILY RECORD
Celtic are to spend £4m on improvements at Parkhead, which will include the installation of a light and sound show similar to those in place at Ajax and Bayern Munich.
Steven Gerrard and his new-look Rangers backroom team have been in Glasgow making early plans for a summer revolution - they officially take charge on July 1.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/5/2018, 14:49

Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 May 11 2018, 09:13Football



We look at the top stories dominating Friday morning's headlines.

THE TIMES
Huddersfield face a battle to keep hold of midfield lynchpin Aaron Mooy, with West Ham keen on the Australia international.
Ostersunds boss Graham Potter and Bristol City manager Lee Johnson are likely to be considered by Swansea City should Carlos Carvalhal leave at the end of the season.
A proposal is in place for Premier League referees to make live announcements to explain VAR decisions, much as officials do in American Football.
DAILY MAIL
Atletico Madrid are ready to make a sensational approach to bring former striker Sergio Aguero back from Manchester City.
Liverpool have identified Bordeaux winger Malcom as a summer target, with Jurgen Klopp looking to strengthen in attacking areas.
Manchester City could go after Napoli's £53m-rated Jorginho this summer with Pep Guardiola determined to bring some youth to his midfield.
Swansea will axe Carlos Carvalhal at the end of the season but chairman Huw Jenkins intends to fight fan demand for him to follow.
Gareth Southgate has not written off Jack Wilshere's World Cup hopes as he prepares to name his squad for Russia.
DAILY EXPRESS
Wayne Rooney wants confirmation about Everton's future managerial plans before agreeing to see out his playing career in Major League Soccer.
DAILY STAR
Juventus want to sign Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata on a £15m deal which would see him loaned back to his former club for two years.

DAILY MIRROR
Gareth Southgate is considering calling teen starlets Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jadon Sancho into his World Cup plans.
Arsenal legends Steve Bould and Jens Lehmann are being offered the chance to stay on at the club as coaches.
Chelsea target Maurizio Sarri will meet with Napoli's president next week to discuss his future.
Everton are lining up a £25m move for Newcastle skipper Jamaal Lascelles.
Manchester City's Yaya Toure has confirmed he wants to play on in the Premier League.
Benik Afobe is waiting to find out if Wolves will buy him after a successful loan spell, but the Bournemouth striker does have interest from other Premier League clubs.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Ryan Sessegnon may be called into Gareth Southgate's provisional 35-man England squad submitted on Monday.
THE SUN
Crystal Palace have told Tottenham, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City that Wilfried Zaha will cost £70m.
Everton will have to reach a financial settlement with Wayne Rooney over the last year of his contract before a move to DC United can be sealed.
Chelsea have told Mason Mount to return from his loan at Vitesse Arnhem with a view to him joining the first team.
Cardiff are leading the race for Newcastle's England youth sensation Paul Woolston after an impressive trial.
Preston are set to offer Darnell Fisher fresh contract terms to keep him away from Premier League clubs.
Fulham and Aston Villa have joined Sheffield Wednesday in the race to sign Sunderland star George Honeyman.
DAILY RECORD
Steven Gerrard hopes to hijack John McGinn's possible move to England by tempting him to join his Rangers revolution.
Former Hibs boss Mixu Paatelainen has been appointed manager of Latvia.
Rangers have handed a trial to Queen's Park starlet Michael Ruth, who broke into their first team this season at the age of 16.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   12/5/2018, 15:00

Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours
May 12 2018, 11:24Football




Ajax's Justin Kluivert is on the radar of Manchester United according to reports. Get the latest football gossip in Paper Talk.

DAILY MAIL

A new wave of Football Leaks has revealed Alexis Sanchez could earn as much as £25m a year at Manchester United.
Wayne Rooney's career in England may be over after he was ruled out of Everton's final game of the season with a knee injury.
David Wagner will discuss his Huddersfield future next week after leading the club to safety in the Premier League.
West Ham's players are set to have no say in whether David Moyes stays or goes as manager.
The Hammers players are set to avoid walking on the London Stadium's green carpet during their post-match lap of appreciation on Sunday amid concerns it could cause injury.
Cardiff City want to sign Rangers midfielder Josh Windass.
Bayern Munich are monitoring developments with Chelsea's Kenedy, with Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic also a target.
THE SUN

Arsene Wenger has told Tottenham they may have to sell Harry Kane to pay for their new stadium.
Romelu Lukaku is still battling to be fit for Manchester United's FA Cup final against Chelsea.
Football Leaks has revealed Arsenal gave Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a £15.5m signing on fee.
THE GUARDIAN

Liverpool fear promising youngster Rhian Brewster could be the latest English talent to be attracted to the Bundesliga.
Jose Mourinho is targeting Ajax's Justin Kluivert this summer, with the 19-year-old favouring a move to Old Trafford.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sam Allardyce will meet Everton's majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri next week to finally resolve his future.
DAILY MIRROR

Manuel Pellegrini is on West Ham's shortlist to be their next manager if they cannot agree terms with David Moyes.
Mo Salah took just six months to bag a £2.5m bonus in his Liverpool contract for goals and assists, according to Football Leaks.
England youngster Nathaniel Chalobah is set to make his Watford comeback against Manchester United.
England fans are heading for Baltic countries like Latvia, Estonia and Poland to avoid rip-off World Cup hotels in Russia.
Adam Lallana is in line for a surprise recall to the Liverpool team and has put himself in contention for the Champions League final.
THE TIMES

Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is looking to increase his shareholding in the club to close to 60 per cent by purchasing the shares of the deputy chairman Jon Woods.
Ben Mee's contract talks with Burnley have broken down and the centre-back is likely to be sold this summer as the club are unwilling to meet his demands for a new deal worth £80,000 a week.
Huddersfield Town's players stand to earn up to £344,000 each in bonuses as a reward for staying in the Premier League.
DAILY STAR

Darren Moore will his West Brom future next week.
DAILY RECORD

St Mirren boss Jack Ross admits he has a decision to make about his future after being given permission to speak to Ipswich Town about the manager's job.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   15/5/2018, 11:12

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Everton eye up Marco Silva
 May 15 2018, 08:57Football



Everton are eyeing up Marco Silva as their new manager as they prepare to sack Sam Allardyce, according to today's back pages.

MIRROR

Sam Allardyce will be sacked as Everton manager within the next 48 hours and Marco Silva has emerged as the number one pick to succeed him.
West Ham want Rafa Benitez to replace manager David Moyes.
Spurs will start listening to offers for Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose ahead of a summer revamp.
THE SUN

Chelsea have targeted Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino as their next manager.
Petr Cech has warned Arsenal could become a hiring and firing club now Arsene Wenger has left.
Arsenal are ready to gamble on Mikel Arteta as the club's new first-team coach.
Fabio Coentrao has amazingly ruled himself out of Portugal's World Cup bid - claiming he is too exhausted to take part.
Dejan Lovren has delivered a dig at Liverpool's rivals by claiming money cannot buy you success.
Jorge Sampaoli has announced his preliminary 35-man Argentina squad for the World Cup - but there is no place for Tottenham star Erik Lamela.
Ryan Shawcross wants Stoke to make a quick decision on manager Paul Lambert's future.
Angel Rangel is wanted by MLS side DC United.

STAR

Paul Pogba is hoping to lead France to World Cup glory this summer by trying to be 'the boss on and off the pitch'.
Massimiliano Allegri could still become Arsenal's new boss if he wins a power battle over transfers.
Jonjo Shelvey will suffer a World Cup snub with England boss Gareth Southgate refusing to perform a U-turn.
EXPRESS

Mauricio Pochettino has told Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy that he wants £100m for new players this summer - plus whatever cash the club make in player sales.
MAIL

West Ham have wasted no time in searching for a replacement for David Moyes after meeting Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca on Monday.
Sofiane Boufal has talked up a return to France following a row with Mark Hughes as Southampton target £36m Celta Vigo winger Pione Sisto.
Arsenal have begun their most significant cull of backroom staff for more than two decades as they prepare for a new era after Arsene Wenger's departure.
Manchester United are in talks to sign 16-year-old Nottingham Forest left-back Matthew Bondswell.
TELEGRAPH

Steve Bould is delaying a decision over whether or not to stay at Arsenal as he waits to find out who the next manager will be after Mikel Arteta received a significant double boost.
Petr Cech believes Arsenal have the squad to mount a title challenge next season no matter who the club appoints as Arsene Wenger's replacement.
TIMES

Tottenham have until the end of the month to tell the FA whether or not they want to extend their 12-month tenancy at Wembley, after retaining a contractual option to play a number of games there next season.
Jose Mourinho is considering promoting Kieran McKenna, Manchester United's U18 coach, to his senior backroom staff as a result of the impending departure of Rui Faria.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/5/2018, 14:43

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Hart fumes at Moyes & Messi fears Neymar move
 May 16 2018, 09:13Football



Joe Hart is furious with David Moyes for costing him a World Cup place, while Lionel Messi fears Neymar move, according to today's papers.

THE MIRROR

Lionel Messi has admitted he fears seeing Neymar in a Real Madrid shirt.
Joe Hart is furious after believing David Moyes cost him a World Cup place.
Chelsea have been told they have just seven days to lure Maurizio Sarri to Stamford Bridge - or they face a massive fee.
Mikel Arteta could be fast-tracked into the Arsenal hot-seat as his main rivals continue to drop out of the running.
Lionel Messi has ruled out ever leaving Barcelona.
DAILY STAR

Mauricio Pochettino is ready to snub Chelsea's advances to stay loyal to Tottenham.
Arsenal's board have yet to approve the appointment of Mikel Arteta as Arsene Wenger's successor.
THE SUN

Romelu Lukaku will be fit to start for Manchester United in Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea.
Atletico Madrid will watch Kieran Tierney in the Scottish Cup final and join the race for the Celtic full-back.
West Ham want England keeper Tom Heaton to replace Joe Hart next term.
DAILY EXPRESS

Stephen Thompson is close to selling his majority shareholding in Dundee United to an American investor.
Leicester and West Ham will make moves to sign Patrick Roberts after the Scottish Cup final.
DAILY MAIL

Arsenal are closing in on appointing Mikel Arteta as their new manager.
Everton, Newcastle and Huddersfield are among the clubs in pursuit of Kosovo international Donis Avdijaj.
Swansea are set to seal their first deal of a new era with a £100,000 move for Liverpool midfielder Yan Dhanda.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Danny Rose has urged Spurs to support Mauricio Pochettino in his quest for the Premier League title.
Paul Lambert's future as Stoke manager is still hanging in the balance, ahead of talks with the club hierarchy this week.
THE INDEPENDENT

Mikel Arteta is very close to becoming the Arsenal manager with former team-mate Santi Cazorla lined up for a backroom role.
THE TIMES

Manchester United and Liverpool are in line to be invited to take part in a new 24-team Club World Cup which could earn the clubs more than £100m.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   17/5/2018, 19:26

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours
 May 17 2018, 09:45Football



Hart faces ‘long summer’, Chelsea-linked star meets with super-agent and Arsenal ready to splash out on three defenders - according to the back pages...

The Sun
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart faces a long summer, having missed out on England's World Cup squad and learning that no Premier League clubs are interested in signing him.
Mauricio Pochettino is ready to commit to one more year at Tottenham when he meets chairman Daniel Levy for 'crisis' talks.
Manchester United could battle it out with Bayern Munich to sign AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci this summer, with the Serie A side having to sell star players because of FFP regulations.
Wayne Rooney could stay at Everton next season now Sam Allardyce is no longer the club's manager.
Arsenal are closing on a deal to sign highly-rated Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
Paulo Fonseca snubbed the chance to take over as West Ham boss after meeting with the club's owners on Monday.
Robert Lewandowski met with super-agent Pini Zahavi in Munich on Wednesday as he continues to plot his way out of Bayern - the Poland striker has been linked with Chelsea and Real Madrid.
Brighton, Reading and Middlesbrough are all interested in Lokomotiva Zagreb defender Denis Kolinger, who could be available for as little as £1m this summer.
Swansea are resigned to losing centre-back Alfie Mawson and goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski this summer after their relegation from the Premier League.
Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye is closing on a move back to France with Marseille.
Daily Mirror
Arsenal are yet to make an approach to Manchester City over Mikel Arteta, despite him emerging as one of their leading candidates to take over from Arsene Wenger.
West Ham will hold talks with departing Paris Saint-Germain manager Unai Emery while they are waiting for a definitive answer from Shakhtar Donetsk boss Paulo Fonseca.
Arsenal are ready to splash out on three defenders - Sokratis Papastathopoulos from Borussia Dortmund, West Brom's Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu of Freiburg - this summer.
As part of their defensive overhaul, Arsenal will also allow Shkodran Mustafi to leave the Emirates.
Steve Bruce is on collision course with Aston Villa chiefs over their decision to refuse a new contract to defender Alan Hutton.
Daily Mail
Manchester United have added Atletico Madrid defender Sime Vrsaljko to their list of summer targets.
Leicester are closing in on a £25m deal for Porto right-back Ricardo Pereira and plan to follow that up with the signing of Manchester City's Patrick Roberts.
Stoke defender Kevin Wimmer is in talks over a move to Hannover 96.
Daily Star
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill was stunned when England boss Gareth Southgate rang him to tell him he was in his World Cup squad, having expected to miss out.
Liverpool are set to sign Chelsea midfielder Isaac Christie-Davies on a free transfer.
Rangers have failed with a bid for Brighton defender Connor Goldson.
Daily Telegraph
Luis Enrique's hopes of landing the Chelsea job could receive a significant boost after one of his rivals for the role, Maurizio Sarri, held talks over staying at Napoli.
Everton have opened talks with Marco Silva about taking over from Sam Allardyce as manager.
Dele Alli is desperate to impress Gareth Southgate in pre-World Cup training and friendlies to re-establish himself in England's starting XI.
Daily Express
Everton have been warned they might reap what they sow if replacing Sam Allardyce with "disingenuous, disloyal slob" Marco Silva by former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan.
The Scottish Sun
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe and former Liverpool team-mate Lucas Leiva on his summer shopping list.
Dedryck Boyata is keen to commit himself to Celtic in the long-term.
Daily Record
West Ham defender Reece Burke is a target for Rangers as they look to reshape their squad and challenge Celtic.
Jack Ross is set for a second round of talks with Ipswich on Thursday as he edges closer to the job.
The Scotsman
Rangers are in talks with Nottingham Forest over a permanent deal for Jason Cummings and also with Brighton for loanee Jamie Murphy.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   19/5/2018, 14:45

Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours
 May 19 2018, 11:16Football



David Moyes is linked with a swift switch to Stoke City following the end of his tenure at West Ham - get all the latest transfer gossip from Saturday's papers.

DAILY MIRROR

David Moyes is the No 1 contender to take over from Paul Lambert as Stoke manager.
Ostersunds manager Graham Potter is leading the race to replace Carlos Carvalhal at relegated Swansea.
Wolves and Southampton could offer Joe Hart some solace for missing the World Cup by making a bid to keep the England 'keeper in the Premier League.
Huddersfield owner Dean Hoyle is confident manager David Wagner will sign a new contract with the club.
Aston Villa have been scouting Porto striker Moussa Marega in preparation for a Premier League return.
Leeds have offered Tom Pearce a new three-year deal in a bid to stop him from being lured to a top-flight club.
THE INDEPENDENT

Only the make-up of Mikel Arteta's backroom staff is holding up his confirmation as the replacement for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager.
DAILY MAIL

Leicester City are working on a £3m deal to sign West Brom defender Jonny Evans, but any move could cost them an additional £4m in agent's fees.
Chelsea youngster Mason Mount has been invited to train with England's World Cup squad for a week before they head to Russia.
Wayne Rooney has an open-ended invitation to return to Everton, should he accept an offer from DC United to end his career in Major League Soccer.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Marco Silva will hold further talks with Everton over their managerial vacancy next week.
Mick McCarthy has told Stoke City he is interested in replacing Paul Lambert as manager.
DAILY EXPRESS

Thierry Henry will be offered a coaching role at Arsenal as part of Mikel Arteta's backroom team.
Lyon fear Liverpool target Nabil Fekir will be playing his final game for the club this weekend against Nice.
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is considering a move to Chelsea this summer.
THE SUN

Manchester City will make a sensational swoop for Eden Hazard this summer if the Belgium international decides to quit Chelsea.
Ruud Gullit has pointed the finger at Roman Abramovich as the main reason for Chelsea failing to make the Champions League, because of his "hire and fire" approach to managers.
Southampton are set to make a £20m move for Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson.
Chris Coleman is eyeing up a speedy return to club management after Swansea axed Carlos Carvalhal.
THE GUARDIAN

Former Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter are the leading candidates to take over at Swansea.
THE TIMES

Watford's increasingly acrimonious dispute with Everton over Marco Silva could go to a Premier League arbitration panel.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady recommended that the club speak to Burnley boss Sean Dyche about their managerial vacancy.
DAILY STAR

Brighton are closing on a deal to sign Deportivo La Coruna striker Florin Andone.
DAILY RECORD

Fenerbahce will make Rangers wait despite being keen on the Scottish club's reported £4m offer for former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel.
SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers are trying to hijack Leeds United's move to sign Swansea defender Kyle Bartley.
Young Celtic defender Sam Wardrop is set to join Dundee United next season.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/5/2018, 14:13

Paper Talk: Sunday's football transfer rumours
 May 20 2018, 11:12Football

  


We round up the latest news and gossip from Sunday's back pages, including Jamie Vardy being linked with a move to sunny Spain.

SUNDAY MIRROR
Atletico Madrid are planning a shock move to sign Leicester's Jamie Vardy to replace Antoine Griezmann.
Everton do not want Wayne Rooney to shelve his MLS transfer despite Sam Allardyce's exit from the club.
Newcastle's potential takeover deal is close to collapse with Mike Ashley now wanting £400m.
Marouane Fellaini has moved out of his Cheshire home in the biggest hint yet that he will leave Man Utd.
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Mikel Arteta will demand full control over transfers if he takes over as Arsenal boss.
Tottenham are close to agreeing a deal to sign Barcelona youth prospect Riqui Puig.
Everton are ready to hand the reins to Marco Silva as the former Watford boss nears an appointment.

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Tottenham are confident Mauricio Pochettino will commit to a new deal after positive talks with Daniel Levy.
Aston Villa have invited the Duke of Cambridge Prince William to their Wembley play-off final against Fulham.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Mauricio Pochettino is targeting Boca Juniors midfielder Wilmar Barrios for Tottenham this summer.
Leicester will make a daring £18million move for Barcelona's Brazilian defender Marlon.
Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, according to reports in France.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   21/5/2018, 15:43

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours
 May 21 2018, 14:12Football





Mourinho's mega summer rebuild, AC Milan in for Man United star and a late Arsenal candidate emerges, according to the back pages...

Daily Mail
Unai Emery has emerged as a shock last-minute candidate to take over as the new Arsenal manager.
Jose Mourinho is angry that Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini did not make more of an effort to play in the FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea.
Manuel Pellegrini is still considering West Ham's offer of a three-year deal to take over as manager.
Everton will hold further talks with Marco Silva and his agent Carlos Goncalves this week.
The Times
Other reports claim Arsenal are expected to appoint Mikel Arteta as their head coach this week.
Antonio Conte has dared Chelsea to sack him, saying that the club have failed to match his ambition and that he cannot change his managerial style or personality.
Manchester United could lose Marouane Fellaini on a free transfer after AC Milan offered him a three-year deal.
David Wagner (pictured, below) has overlooked interest from other clubs to agree a lucrative new contract at Huddersfield.

David Wagner can at last witness an away goal for Huddersfield 
The Sun
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is planning a £100million-plus summer clear out.
Jose Mourinho has deleted his Instagram account after abuse following the FA Cup final loss.
FIFA chiefs are set to shelve plans for an expanded Club World Cup after being met with a barrage of criticism.
Stoke are to make a second attempt to land Gary Rowett (pictured, below) in their search for a new boss.
Wolves are lining up a £9m move for Rio Ave midfielder Pele.

Daily Mirror
Jose Mourinho will embark on a £250million-plus summer rebuild.
West Ham will name Manuel Pellegrini as their new boss within 48 hours after Rafa Benitez turned them down.
Jack Wilshere has indicated he is ready to sign a new three-year contract at Arsenal, with the deal including a 12-month option.
New QPR boss Steve McClaren wants to be reunited with Scotland striker Chris Martin, who he worked with at Derby.
The Guardian
Antonio Conte is unlikely to remain in charge at Chelsea despite winning the FA Cup.
Gary Cahill has urged Chelsea to resolve Antonio Conte's future as soon as possible.
Nemanja Matic (pictured, below) has called for Manchester United to recruit experienced players this summer.
Nemanja Matic: The Serbian midfielder in action for Manchester United
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   22/5/2018, 10:44

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 May 22 2018, 09:21Football



We look at the top stories dominating Tuesday morning's headlines.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Chelsea make Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski their top transfer target.
Chelsea fans are concerned that Roman Abramovich will be driven out of the club.
Manchester City are in fresh talks with Leicester to sign Riyad Mahrez.
West Ham have agreed a deal with Manuel Pellegrini for up to £7m per year.
DAILY MIRROR
Liverpool are attempting an audacious swoop for AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Arsenal are continuing their long-term pursuit of Porto defender Danilo Pereira.
Ipswich have interviewed Frank Lampard twice as they search for a new manager.
Ian Wright has slammed Arsenal's U-turn over Mikel Arteta as 'embarrassing'.
DAILY MAIL
Liverpool legend Terry McDermott has put his three European Cup winners medals up for auction.
Ex-Norwich striker Grant Holt is to become a pro-wrestler with a UK franchise.
Danish Superleague side FC Nordsjaelland have announced their entire club is committing to Juan Mata's Common Goal charity.
THE SUN
Liverpool have reportedly targeted swoops for Jamaal Lascelles and James Tarkowski.
Willian is desperate to stay at Chelsea - but his future depends on whether the club sacks manager Antonio Conte.
Joe Hart could be given a shock get out of Man City by MLS sister team New York City.
DAILY EXPRESS
Real Madrid are set to make a move for Gianluigi Buffon with Manchester United reluctant to sell David De Gea.
Chelsea are ready to push ahead with a £100m move for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.
DAILY RECORD
James McClean has revealed Celtic broke his heart by signing another player over him.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/5/2018, 14:35

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 May 24 2018, 09:34Football


Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld and Chelsea's Willian are both closer to joining Manchester United according to today's back pages.

THE MIRROR

Tottenham have opened negotiations with Manchester United for £75m-rated Toby Alderweireld.
Willian is open to a Manchester United move as his exit from Chelsea looks increasingly likely.
Arsenal are ready to swoop for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrian Rabiot following his World Cup 2018 snub.
Liverpool are fast becoming AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma's best option for a summer transfer.
Arsenal's three decision-makers staged a secret envelope vote over the new boss - and all went for Unai Emery.
Manuel Pellegrini is keen on highly-rated Reims goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to kick off his reign as West Ham boss.
THE SUN

Arsenal are ready to launch a raid for Nice star Jean-Michael Seri this summer.
Senior Everton stars are ready to quit the club over a deep division in the dressing room involving Tom Davies and Oumar Niasse.
Manchester City target Jorginho will hold crunch talks with Napoli next week.
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to make Chelsea star Willy Caballero his first summer signing.
West Ham have made a £1.2m bid for Derby's Luke Thomas as Manuel Pellegrini looks to the future.

DAILY EXPRESS

Graham Potter has dismissed talks that he will become the new Swansea manager.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah will not eat in the hours before Saturday's Champions League final as he maintains his Ramadan fast.
THE TIMES

Southampton will not receive any bonus payments should any of their former players help Liverpool win the Champions League.
THE TELEGRAPH

John Terry is poised to sign a new 12-month deal if Aston Villa are promoted, the terms of which could include him missing games against his former club, Chelsea.
DAILY MAIL

West Ham co-owner David Gold has confirmed the club will back new manager Manuel Pellegrini and spend record funds on transfers this summer.
England's relegated stars are under pressure to find new clubs to ensure they stay in Gareth Southgate's plans.
Paul Robinson believes Joe Hart is capable of rediscovering the form that earned him 75 England caps, and therefore regaining his place as the national team's goalkeeper.
DAILY STAR

Maurizio Sarri has snubbed a £5.2m-a-year chance to manage Zenit St Petersburg as he wants the Chelsea job.
Massimiliano Allegri could have been appointed Arsenal manager if Arsene Wenger has stood down a year earlier.
Incoming Everton boss Marco Silva is due to meet with freshly-appointed director of football Marcel Brands this week.
THE SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers' move for Fenerbahce's Martin Skrtel has hit a hitch with the defender's agent confirming the clubs are "terribly far apart" from a deal.
Nottingham Forest legend Kenny Burns wants the club to give Scotland striker Jason Cummings a second chance.
Neil Lennon has revealed Dylan McGeouch could yet sign a new deal at Hibs.
Jim McIntyre is the frontrunner to replace Jack Ross as St Mirren boss.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   25/5/2018, 19:26

Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 May 25 2018, 10:04Football


Manchester United are ready to pay the £79m required to land Douglas Costa, according to the back pages.

THE SUN

Manchester United are ready to pay the £79m required to land Douglas Costa, should Juventus fail to take up the option to sign him.
Senior Everton players are ready to quit over a deep division in the dressing room involving Tom Davies and Oumar Niasse.
Martin Dubravka claims his £4m move to Newcastle depends on Rafa Benitez's future.
Wolves are lining up a raid for Fenerbahce's Brazil midfielder Josef de Souza.
Former West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is in line to become manager of China's national side.
Manchester City will hand Phil Foden a five-year deal worth £25,000-a-week when he turns 18 next week.
THE MIRROR

Liverpool hope to seal a £60m move for Nabil Fekir after their Champions League final against Real Madrid this weekend.
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has held talks to become the new Derby County manager after dropping out of the running to take charge at Ipswich.

DAILY MAIL

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has requested at least £100m to sign fresh talent this summer Wilfried Zaha, Anthony Martial and Ryan Sessegnon on the club's radar.
Manchester United are unsure if they will continue their attempts to sign Lazio midfielder Serjej Milinkovic-Savic after the Serie A club put a £87.5m price tag on him.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

West Ham have begun a wholesale clear-out of players and backroom staff under new manager Manuel Pellegrini, who plans to significantly overhaul the first-team squad with up to seven new signings this summer.
THE TIMES

Manchester United want to complete the double signing of Fred and Toby Alderweireld before the World Cup starts next month.
DAILY STAR

Leicester are among a host of clubs in the Premier League and Championship tracking AFC Fylde star Serhat Tasdemir.
SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers midfielder Josh Windass is a £3m target for Cardiff.
Rangers striker Eduardo Herrera could be on his way to former team Pumas UNAM.
DAILY RECORD

Outraged Rangers chairman Dave King has called for SFA board member Gary Hughes to be suspended pending an independent investigation into his Ibrox fans' slur.
David Hopkin is top of St Mirren's list to replace Jack Ross after the Livingston boss snubbed a return to Morton.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   26/5/2018, 15:56

Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
May 26 2018, 11:02Football



Spurs will ask Manchester United to let them have Anthony Martial as part of any deal taking Toby Alderweireld to Old Trafford according to Saturday's papers.

THE GUARDIAN

Chelsea met Maurizio Sarri's representatives on Friday as they consider potential successors to Antonio Conte, who is widely expected to exit the club this summer.
Arsenal are in talks to sign Stephan Lichtsteiner on a free when his contract at Juventus expires this summer, with the right-back among Unai Emery's targets.
DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are lining up a £30m move for Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo, who spent this season on loan at Inter Milan.
Frank Lampard is in pole position to land the Derby job after having an interview with the club as they seek a successor for Gary Rowett.
Juventus chief Giuseppe Marotta insists the Italian side are set to agree a new deal with Alex Sandro, dealing a blow to Manchester United, who have been chasing the left-back.
Marco Silva is set to be confirmed as Everton's new manager within the next 10 days.
Stoke City will sell defender Kevin Wimmer to Bundesliga side Hannover for £10.5m.
THE SUN

Spurs will ask Manchester United to let them have Anthony Martial as part of any deal taking Toby Alderweireld to Old Trafford.
Napoli and Borussia Dortmund will rival Arsenal and Chelsea for Jean Michael Seri.
Mark Hughes will step up his pursuit of Stoke City playmaker Xherdan Shaqiri after securing his long-term future at Southampton.
Sunderland owner Stewart Donald is bringing in old Eastleigh pal Richard Hill to work with first-team coach Jack Ross.
Manchester United have made an early move to sign Real Betis midfielder Fabian Ruiz, according to reports in Spain.
DAILY MAIL

Unai Emery will have a transfer budget of around £50m for this summer and wants to strengthen in midfield and defence primarily.
West Ham are shaking up their backroom staff in the wake of Manuel Pellegrini's arrival as manager, with goalkeeping coach Chris Woods and head of medical services Gary Lewin among those leaving the club.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal's majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has already increased Unai Emery's summer transfer budget by £20m to £70m and the club will look to tempt Sampdoria midfielder Dennis Praet to come to England rather than join Juventus.
DAILY EXPRESS

Jack Ross is ready to raid St Mirren and take midfielder Kyle Magennis with him to Sunderland.
THE TIMES

Gareth Southgate is not planning on naming an official vice-captain at the World Cup.
DAILY RECORD

Celtic defender Eric Sviatchenko is on the brink of a permanent move to Danish club FC Midtjylland.
SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is looking at released West Ham defender James Collins after missing out on signing former Liverpool team-mate Martin Skrtel.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/5/2018, 19:16

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Liverpool hunt goalkeeper Alisson
 May 28 2018, 10:47Football

 

Liverpool step up their chase of Roma keeper Alisson & Real Madrid want £200m for Gareth Bale, according to the papers.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Liverpool plan fresh approach to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson after Loris Karius' blunders.
Gareth Bale will not only have Premier League suitors if he decides he wants out of Real Madrid, with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich also keen on the Wales superstar.
DAILY MAIL

Manchester United and Chelsea are both watching Gareth Bale's situation at Real Madrid with interest.
Derby County owner Mel Morris says a new "austere" regime is coming to Pride Park, slashing the club's budget after missing out on promotion.
THE MIRROR

Liverpool will intensify their new goalkeeper search after Loris Karius' nightmare, with Roma's Alisson and Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak the main contenders.
Premier League new boys Cardiff City are considering a move for Watford striker Andre Gray.
Crystal Palace's cut-price contract offer to Yohan Cabaye could see the midfielder bolt for Marseille.

THE GUARDIAN

Swansea, West Brom and Stoke would all love Jack Grealish in their squads next season.
THE SUN

Manchester United and Manchester City have been eyeing up Danny Rose but have cooled their interest, paving the way for Everton to make a bid.
Laxio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic favours a move to Manchester United. Arsenal, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain are also keen on the 23-year-old, who is valued at £131 million.
DAILY STAR

Real Madrid will demand a staggering £200million for Gareth Bale this summer.
Eden Hazard is backing Chelsea's move for Maurizio Sarri after speaking to Dries Mertens, according to reports in Italy.
LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool have been linked with move for Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira as an alternative to Jorginho.
Liverpool have decided to allow Philippe Coutinho to receive a Chmpions League medal. Anfield officials have decided that the Brazilian's contribution to the campaign should be recognised.
Everton remain keen on naming Marco Silva as their new manager.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Pep Guardiola has placed Riyad Mahrez above Isco in his bid to strengthen Manchester City's attack this summer.
Fred claims his representatives held 'advanced talks' with Manchester United after a January transfer window move to City collapsed.
Manchester United are continuing to make discreet enquiries about a possible striker signing as they seek back-up for Romelu Lukaku.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Maurizio Sarri will ask Chelsea to sign a number of Napoli players if the Italian succeeds his fellow countryman Antonio Conte as coach.
Unai Emery impressed the trio who selected him as the new Arsenal manager with his detailed knowledge of the likes of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis.
Manuel Pellegrini's final transfer budget at West Ham will depend on how many unwanted players the club can move on this summer. There have been suggestions that the new Hammers boss will have around £75m to spend on what he has estimated as "four or five" new recruits but it is understood that player sales will contribute to the overall pot.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/5/2018, 18:59

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours
 May 29 2018, 09:15Football



Mahrez closes in on City dream and Napoli hoping to start Premier League bidding war, according to the back pages...

Daily Mail
Riyad Mahrez looks destined to complete a £75m switch to Manchester City.
Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart has switched agents in a bid to resurrect his career.
Liverpool are to tempt Roma with a world-record bid for goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
West Ham are closing in on appointing Mario Husillos as their new head of recruitment.
Luke Shaw is ready to stay at Manchester United and see out his contract.
More than 370,000 people have signed a petition calling for UEFA and FIFA to punish Sergio Ramos for injuring Mohamed Salah.
A heated debate is expected when the FA Council meet Fulham owner Shahid Khan to discuss Wembley.
Daily Mirror
Manchester City have had a £39m move for Jorginho rejected by Napoli, who hope Chelsea join in and spark a bidding war for the Italy midfielder.
Adam Lallana has shown up early for training in a bid to impress England boss Gareth Southgate.
Everton are set to appoint Marco Silva after agreeing a deal in principle with the Portuguese.
Liverpool are racing to complete the signing of Nabil Fekir in case his World Cup appearances ramp up the price.
Paul Heckingbottom (pictured, below) could be sacked after less than four months at Leeds.
Burnley are to sign £6m Bristol City defender Joe Bryan with Southampton's Sam McQueen joining City.
Paul Heckingbottom
The Sun
Gareth Bale is Manchester United's top target but even £349m may be too expensive for them.
Manchester United are tracking Aston Villa star Jack Grealish.
Jamie Vardy has opened talks on a new £120,000-a-week Leicester deal.
Wolves are lining up a £27m move for AC Milan's Andre Silva.
Sheffield United and Reading will go head to head to land Plymouth star Ruben Lameiras.
Gareth Bale won his fourth Champions League title
Champions League hero Bale (pictured, above) is 2/1 with Sky Bet to sign for Manchester United this summer, 5/1 to return to Spurs and 8/1 to end up at Chelsea.

Daily Telegraph
FA bosses have been warned they face 'civil war' over the proposed sale of Wembley to Shahid Khan.
Arsenal are close to signing Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos.
Tottenham are considering switching their attention to Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic.
The Times
Ryan Sessegnon (pictured, below) will be at Fulham next season in spite of near incessant speculation that the 18-year-old will join one of Europe's elite teams.
The proposed sale of Wembley Stadium would prohibit the new owner from renaming it until 2057 and force them to agree to a host of other measures to protect the venue as the "home of football".
Ryan Sessegnon celebrates after scoring for Fulham in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/5/2018, 10:48

Paper Talk: Wednesday's football transfer rumours as Chelsea could miss out on Sarri
 May 30 2018, 08:51Football



Chelsea's move for Maurizio Sarri could collapse over his release clause, while Man City close in on Riyad Mahrez in today's papers.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea's deal to appoint Maurizio Sarri is close to collapse over Napoli's insistence on them paying his full £7m release clause.
Manchester City will complete their £75m move for Leicester forward Riyad Mahrez this week.

THE GUARDIAN

Roma will demand £80m for goalkeeper Alisson, a target for Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Read: Klopp's goalkeeping conundrum

THE SUN

Manchester United and Chelsea will fight it out to sign Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba, according to reports in Spain.
Rafa Benitez could get an extra £30m to spend with the club set to allow Aleksandar Mitrovic to leave for Fulham, sell Chancel Mbemba and Mats Sels to Anderlecht and give Mikel Merino the chance to move back to Spain.
Thousands of people have signed a tongue-in-cheek petition calling for the World Cup to be delayed until doubts over Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner's fitness for the tournament have been resolved.
Unai Emery's backroom shake-up could mean the end of the road for Arsenal legends Steve Bould and Jens Lehmann.
Louis van Gaal has revealed his pride in developing Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard into key Manchester United and England stars.
Manchester City are set to land Riyad Mahrez for a knockdown fee - but it will still break their transfer record.
Ashley Young says his bust-up with England team-mate Dele Alli is all forgotten.
THE MIRROR

Arsenal still hope to sign Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Caglar Soyuncu before the World Cup begins.
Tottenham are keeping tabs on Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy as a possible understudy for No 1 Hugo Lloris.
Lazio expect to lose Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to a Champions League club this summer but have no intention of selling him on the cheap.
DAILY MAIL

A significant VAR-related rule change could now mean players being retrospectively sent off over an incident of violent conduct which occurred earlier in a game.
Hull City defender Michael Dawson is closing on a move back to boyhood club Nottingham Forest.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester City will not loan out Phil Foden next season as they prepare to announce the teenage midfielder's lucrative new deal.
DAILY STAR

Fulham are ready to make a £9m raid on Bristol City for defender Aden Flint as well as sign loanees Matt Targett and Aleksandar Mitrovic.
THE TIMES

FA chiefs have publicly confirmed for the first time that a winter break for Premier League clubs is to be brought in.
DAILY RECORD

Rangers midfielder Carlos Pena has checked into rehab in Mexico after being found buying alcohol while still in the training gear of his loan side Cruz Azul.
Celtic have no fears over Odsonne Edouard's impending court date impacting on their £5m signing of the striker.
THE SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic are poised to enter the race to sign Hibs midfielder John McGinn, offering Scott Allan as a sweetener.
Hibernian's hopes of re-signing Florian Kamberi have improved after Sunderland withdrew their interest in the Grasshoppers striker.
Interest from across Europe has placed Odsonne Edouard's permanent move from Paris Saint-Germain to Celtic in doubt.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/6/2018, 21:05

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours
 June 02 2018, 10:33Football



Jack Butland is on the radar of Chelsea, who could turn to Laurent Blanc for their next manager - that and much more in Saturday's Paper Talk.

THE SUN
Laurent Blanc is set for the Chelsea job with their top target Zinedine Zidane going to Qatar on a mega-money deal.

Michael Laudrup is in shock talks with Real Madrid to replace Zinedine Zidane as manager.

Southampton's axed defender Florin Gardos cost the club £680,000 per game, making just 18 appearances in nearly four years with the club on a £30,000-a-week deal.

DAILY MAIL
Former Chelsea chief executive Trevor Birch says if Roman Abramovich doesn't get a visa Chelsea face the prospect of no stadium, no manager and no star player.

Swansea are confident of landing Graham Potter as their next manager, a move currently being delayed by a compensation wrangle with his Swedish club Ostersunds.

Chelsea are ready to revive their interest in Stoke 'keeper Jack Butland if Thibaut Courtois leaves the club this summer.

DAILY MIRROR
Gareth Southgate has chosen Jordan Pickford as his England No 1 - but still hasn't told his goalkeepers.

Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred is set to have a Manchester United medical ahead of a £52.2m move to Old Trafford.

Tottenham and Liverpool goalkeeper target Alex McCarthy is demanding £60,000-a-week wages to sign a new contract at Southampton.

Liverpool are planning to loan out midfielder Marko Grujic again, which will alert Premier League new boys Cardiff City.

Stoke City manager Gary Rowett is keen on making Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn one of his first signings since taking charge.

DAILY EXPRESS
Hugo Lloris has warned Paul Pogba over his France duties after a miserable Manchester United season.

DAILY STAR
Aston Villa have slapped a £40m price tag on midfield ace Jack Grealish.

Watford are demanding £15m in compensation from Everton for their former manager Marco Silva.

Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez is hoping to sign Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu for £8m from Swiss side Young Boys.

DAILY RECORD
Steven Gerrard has revealed he is in France as part of his UEFA Pro Licence and to scout potential targets for Rangers.

Gerrard began his time in charge at Ibrox by ring-fencing James Tavernier and Josh Windass from any clearout of his squad.

Former Real Madrid star Guti is the latest name to be linked with the managerial vacancy at St Mirren - he is currently a youth coach at the Bernabeu.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr says the friendly against England is a potential World Cup final rehearsal (in 2022).

THE TIMES
Marouane Fellaini will decide over the next 48 hours whether to leave Manchester United.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   4/6/2018, 19:22

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Everton look at Jamaal Lascelles
 June 04 2018, 11:13Football



Everton have targeted Jamaal Lascelles while Steven Gerrard is chasing a Liverpool midfielder, according to today's papers.

THE SUN

New Everton boss Marco Silva is set to take advantage of uncertainty at Newcastle with a £30m bid for Jamaal Lascelles.
The pitch at England's World Cup training base for their clash with Panama in Nizhny Novgorod has been infected with "pink snow mould." The Meschera facility is being given to all six "home" teams playing in the city during the tournament.
Inter Milan have stepped up their interest in Manchester United defender Daley Blind.
A group of British businessmen are set to launch a takeover attempt of Aston Villa.
Tony Coton is set to quit Aston Villa and return to League One side Sunderland, who he played for in the 90s, as the head of a new-look recruitment team.
Sunderland defender John O'Shea is set to sign a one-year deal to stay in the Sky Bet Championship with Reading.

THE MIRROR

Trent Alexander-Arnold will be given his chance to win a World Cup start when England take on Costa Rica at Elland Road.
FA chairman Greg Clarke is set to complain to FIFA over a £16,000 fine handed out for an England U20 player taking a rival energy drink to FIFA's official partner beverage, just £6,000 less than Russia were fined for racial abuse aimed at France players in March.
Tomer Hemed hopes La Liga side Eibar can rescue him from Brighton, where he found himself relegated to a fringe role and did not play after January.
Everton and Brighton are in a £5m fight to sign Charlton's England U20 defender Ezri Konsa.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jamie Vardy is expected to start England's final World Cup warm-up match against Costa Rica.
Belgium are bracing themselves for the loss of Vincent Kompany from their World Cup squad after the Manchester City captain limped out of a pre-tournament friendly against Portugal with yet another injury.
DAILY STAR

Chelsea have met with Malcom's agent ahead of a proposed £44m move from Bordeaux, according to reports in France.
THE TIMES

Napoli have set a £52m asking price for Jorginho after the president of the Italian club said he rejected an offer from Manchester City worth £12m less.
Watford are in talks with Bologna to sign Adam Masina, a left-back who could cost around £8m.
DIALY RECORD

Swansea forward Oli McBurnie has put Rangers boss Steven Gerrard on alert after admitting he would relish a move to Ibrox.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has thrown his weight behind Coleraine manager Oran Kearney taking over from Jack Ross at St Mirren.
John Hartson will be interviewed for the managerial vacancy at Livingston.
SCOTTISH SUN

Steven Gerrard is raiding Liverpool to sign Ovie Ejaria for Rangers.
Former Celtic star Liam Henderson is set to be at the centre of a bidding war in Italy as Parma and Bologna go head-to-head for his signature.

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