iptv
You are Unregistered, please register to gain Full access.


iptv

spotify netflix infinity software iptv dreambox amiko keys antivius tools other account
 
IndiceFAQCercaLista UtentiGruppiRegistratiAccedi
Non sei Registrato,registrati per avere accesso al Forum
You are Unregistered, please registrer to gain Full access.
ATTENTION GUESTS: PLEASE REGISTER

RICHIEDI UN TEST: CLICCA QUI

RICHIEDI UN TEST: CLICCA QUI

Condividi | 
 

 What The Sports Papers Say

Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Andare in basso 
Vai alla pagina : Precedente  1 ... 8 ... 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17  Seguente
AutoreMessaggio
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   14/7/2018, 19:19

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours as Real Madrid chase Neymar
 July 14 2018, 10:55Football


Paris Saint-Germain are set to offer Neymar a new deal following speculation that Real Madrid are interested in signing the Brazilian.

DAILY MIRROR

Tottenham have launched an investigation after an intruder parachuted into their new stadium.
Unai Emery believes his "new way" can get the best out of Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil.
Paris Saint-Germain are set to offer Neymar a new deal in a bid to keep him out of Real Madrid's hands.
DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea are set to appoint Maurizio Sarri as they get to work on transfer deals for Daniele Rugani, Aleksandr Golovin and Alisson Becker.
Bakary Sako is on his way out of Crystal Palace after rejecting the club's latest contract offer.
West Brom are mulling over an £11m for Derby striker Matej Vydra.
DAILY MAIL

Belgium manager Roberto Martinez believes Eden Hazard would fit in perfectly at Real Madrid.
THE SUN

Matteo Darmian has been offered escape routes back to Italy by Juventus and now Inter.
Manchester United have signed a world record deal - to sponsor their sleeves.
Wayne Rooney claims he was forced out of Everton.
Leicester will offer new big money deals to World Cup stars Harry Maguire and Jamie Vardy when they return from Russia.
Bolton want to sign goalkeeper Boaz Myhill as a replacement for Ben Amos, who has joined Millwall.
THE TIMES

Inter Milan are in pole position to beat Tottenham to the signature of Malcom.
Arsenal have been offered Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane will join Liverpool's pre-season tour of the United States.
THE GUARDIAN

Maurizio Sarri and Jorginho were at Stamford Bridge on Friday evening to complete their moves to Chelsea.
DAILY STAR

Chelsea's incoming boss Maurizio Sarri is already under pressure to cut their bulging squad down to size.
Cristian Pavon has signed a new deal at Boca Juniors, handing Arsenal a transfer blow.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Sam Winnall is a £1m target for Sheffield United.
Charlton are set to sign free agent midfielder Darren Pratley on a two-year deal.
DAILY RECORD

Celtic earned almost £1m from their players who played at the World Cup.
THE SCOTTISH SUN

Milad Mohammadi could find himself at the centre of an Old Firm tug of war.
Rangers are still waiting to hear if Millwall have taken their improved offer for Jake Cooper.
Adam Rooney is on the brink of a move to the club owned by Manchester United's Class of 92 - Salford City.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/7/2018, 19:52

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Man Utd look at Gareth Bale
 July 16 2018, 14:20Football



Manchester United remain interested in Gareth Bale while Liverpool are still in for Nabil Fekir, according to today's papers.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool are willing to go back in for World Cup winner Nabil Fekir but only if the £53m Lyon star's contract is restructured dependent on fitness.
Alexis Sanchez was not with Manchester United's squad when they flew out to the US on Sunday but he is expected to join up with them later.
DAILY MAIL

Manchester United remain interested in Gareth Bale ahead of the Wales forward's crucial meeting with new Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui this week.
Luke Shaw has not given up hope of winning over Jose Mourinho and securing a regular place in Manchester United's starting line-up.

THE SUN

Ambitious Fulham will go head-to-head with Inter Milan in their effort to sign Bordeaux winger Malcom.
Harry Kane has vowed to take just two weeks off so he can play in Tottenham's Premier League opener.
Napoli are trying to put Chelsea off a move for Kalidou Koulibaly by pricing him at £80m and also want the Blues to stay away from Jose Callejon and Elseid Hysaj.
Napoli rejected the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo because he would have bankrupted the club, according the Serie A side's president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Jose Mourinho is ready to give Luke Shaw another chance - starting with Manchester United's tour of the United States.
Cardiff have agreed a loan deal in principle with Liverpool for Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic.
Barcelona are set to make a third offer for Ajax starlet Frenkie De Jong according to reports in Spain.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are ready to resist big-money bids from Real Madrid and Barcelona for Eden Hazard, who has cast doubt on his Premier League future.
Gareth Southgate could be offered a new contract to manage England beyond the next World Cup after Martin Glenn revealed that the FA wanted him to "stay for longer".
THE TIMES

Chelsea will demand a world-record transfer fee of more than £200m from Real Madrid to sanction the sale of Eden Hazard.
DAILY STAR

Real Madrid have told Manchester City they will have to break their transfer record again and splash out £80m for midfielder Mateo Kovacic.
DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United are ready to launch a £30m raid on AC Milan for defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Everton boss Marco Silva is confident the club will be able to land his main targets as he awaits making his first summer transfer.
DAILY RECORD

Derby County are set to complete a loan move for Liverpool striker Harry Wilson.
Mikey Johnston is considering a loan move away from Celtic to boost his future chances of a first-team call.
Rangers could make a move for Blackpool defender Curtis Tilt if they miss out on Millwall's Jake Cooper.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   17/7/2018, 11:07

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours
 July 17 2018, 09:12Football


The latest transfer talk and rumours from the back pages including the future of Eden Hazard and Usain Bolt's potential new club.

DAILY MAIL
Theresa May has backed the UK's 2030 World Cup bid after England's success at Russia 2018.
Joe Hart is set to earn a surprise place in Manchester City's pre-season tour squad.
Arsenal have fallen victim to an embarrassing scam after it seems their deal with vehicle manufacturer BYD Auto was signed off by someone acting as an employee of the Chinese company.
Watford winger Nordin Amrabat has joined Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr on a three-year deal with the fee in the region of £4m.
DAILY MIRROR
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has urged Eden Hazard to leave Chelsea and join Real Madrid.
Wayne Rooney backed Lionel Messi over Cristiano Ronaldo when asked on US radio who he thought was the better player.
Juventus full-back Alex Sandro looks set to snub Manchester United and Chelsea in favour of PSG.
Toby Alderweireld believes his omission from Tottenham's team in the second half of last season was "unjustified".
THE SUN
Tottenham and England defender Danny Rose has emerged as a shock transfer target for PSG.
Derby boss Frank Lampard is hoping to tie up a season-long loan deal for Chelsea's Mason Mount.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is ready to plead with Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois, Willian and N'Golo Kante to stay at the club.
David Moyes has urged England star Jordan Pickford to reject Bayern Munich and stay put at Everton.
THE TIMES
The FA has begun planning in detail for England's attempt to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar by seeking to arrange for Gareth Southgate's side to take part in a friendly tournament in the Gulf state in two years' time.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Danny Welbeck and David Ospina's Arsenal futures are in doubt with the club expected to make squad cuts.
Gareth Bale has held positive talks with Real Madrid over his future, making a move to Manchester United seem remote.
THE GUARDIAN
Usain Bolt is set for a trial in Australia's A-League with Central Coast Mariners.
DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea's transfer plans have been dealt a blow with Real Madrid chasing Eden Hazard and Blues target Robert Lewandowski.
DAILY RECORD
Celtic are set to offer Hibs Mikey Johnston on loan as part of the push to bring John McGinn to Parkhead.
Daniel Candeias insists Rangers are better prepared 'mentally and physically' for Europe this season.
Aberdeen are to demand up to £10m for Scott McKenna as Swansea prepare to pounce.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers remain locked in talks over a proposed move for Millwall defender Jake Cooper.
St Mirren are planning a double Old Firm swoop for Celtic kid Mikey Johnston and Rangers' Lee Hodson.
Dominic Ball is set to re-join Aberdeen for a second loan spell

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   18/7/2018, 15:10

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours
 July 18 2018, 09:08Football



The latest transfer talk and rumours from the back pages including a potential world record bid by Liverpool for a goalkeeper.

DAILY MAIL
The FA are seeking rivals to Shahid Khan's £1bn Wembley bid to ensure the national stadium is not undervalued.
West Ham will upgrade their training centre as manager Manuel Pellegrini is unimpressed with the current set-up.
Alexis Sanchez has trained alone at Manchester United's Carrington training ground having been unable to join their US pre-season tour due to issues over his visa.
Huddersfield Town have made an £8m move for Monaco forward Adama Diakhaby.
Manchester City midfielder Rodney Kongolo is in talks over a move to Heerenveen.
DAILY STAR
Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Chelsea worth £31m for goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Maurizio Sarri plans to ditch £40m flop Tiemoue Bakayoko to kick-start his Chelsea overhaul.
Manchester United have emerged as favourites with the bookies to sign Chelsea defender Gary Cahill.
THE SUN
Leicester are weighing up a £15m move for Getafe central defender Djene.
Bournemouth are ready to spend £57m on World Cup stars Jefferson Lerma and Diego Laxalt.
Chelsea are trying to hijack Liverpool's move for Brazil keeper Alisson with a £65m bid.
DAILY MIRROR
Crystal Palace are closing in on the £12m capture of Sassuolo striker Khouma Babacar.
Tottenham are set to push Jack Grealish's transfer through as Mauricio Pochettino wants him on their US pre-season tour.
Zinedine Zidane is set for a sensational return to Juventus as a sporting director after walking away from the Real Madrid job.
Daniel Sturridge has vowed to stay and fight for his place at Liverpool.
Oleksandr Zinchenko has jetted off with Manchester City on their US tour - but is still expected to head out of the club this summer.
DAILY EXPRESS
Rafa Benitez has admitted Newcastle are being blown out of the water in the transfer market by their Premier League rivals.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Manchester United's new replica kit is the most expensive ever, a full adults' version costing a staggering £183.
Newcastle have had a loan bid for striker Salomon Rondon rejected by West Brom.
THE TIMES
Rafa Benítez was offered the chance to take charge of Spain for the World Cup finals after the dramatic dismissal of Julen Lopetegui two days before the country's opening match in Russia.
Marco Silva has returned to Watford to try to sign Richarlison for Everton, who have also expressed an interest in Danny Welbeck.
Chelsea have edged closer to making a second signing for Maurizio Sarri after CSKA Moscow said that Aleksandr Golovin could move to the west London club.
DAILY RECORD
John McGinn is set to start for Hibs against Runavik tomorrow - and rule himself out of a possible Champions League qualification campaign at Celtic.
Celtic are refusing to compromise on their £30m asking price for Kieran Tierney as Juventus enter the fray.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Scott Brown has revealed he's desperate for Celtic to strike a deal with Hibs for midfielder John McGinn.
Hibs star Simon Murray is set to clinch a £150,000 move to South African side Bidvest Wits.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   19/7/2018, 21:03

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Chelsea look to sell Bakayoko
 July 19 2018, 10:02Football



Tiemoue Bakayoko is on his way out of Chelsea, while Arsenal want to sign Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman, according to today's papers.

DAILY STAR

Maurizio Sarri plans to kick-start his Chelsea overhaul by selling midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is preparing a £44m bid for Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman.
David Seaman believes Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will end up joining a top-six side in the Premier League.
Watford's Stefano Okaka could join former Vicarage Road team-mate Nordin Amrabat in making the move to United Arab Emirates club Al Nassr.
Blackburn are set to complete the signing of Liverpool youngster Ryan Kent on loan.

DAILY MAIL

Real Madrid are closing in on goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, with Chelsea set to cash in on the Belgium international.
FA technical director Dan Ashworth is a leading contender to take on a similar role with Premier League club Brighton.
Burnley have held talks with Swansea over a double deal to sign defender Alfie Mawson and midfielder Sam Clucas.
Stoke are in talks with Aston Villa over a deal for centre-back James Chester after their £5m offer was rejected last week.
DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea have opened talks to sign Juventus defender Daniele Rugani.
Manchester United, Manchester City, PSG and Chelsea are all interested in AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Crystal Palace are looking to solve their striker crisis by signing £11m-rated Sassuolo star Khouma Babacar.
Bournemouth will listen to offers for midfielder Harry Arter after launching a £17m bid for Colombia international Jefferson Lerma.
THE SUN

Huddersfield are on course to complete an £18m double swoop for Monaco striker Adama Diakhaby and Club Brugge winger Anthony Limbombe.
Islam Slimani is being offered an escape from Leicester by his former club Sporting Lisbon.
Everton are lining up a bid to bring Adnan Januzaj back to the Premier League.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is plotting a move for Bayern Munich pair Robert Lewandowski and Thiago Alcantara.
Sheffield United have agreed a £4m deal with Brentford for centre-back John Egan.
DAILY MIRROR

Henri Lansbury has been given a chance to resurrect his Aston Villa career as he's too expensive to sell, but Mile Jedinak and Birkir Bjarnason are likely to leave the club.
Danny Welbeck and Wilfried Zaha are on Everton's radar as Marco Silva looks to overhaul his squad.
Brighton are set to offer Sheffield United £6m for defender Jack O'Connell.
SCOTTISH SUN

Steven Gerrard insists he won't hesitate to shell out on a new striker if his struggling Rangers attackers don't get their act together.
Neil Lennon has branded Celtic 'presumptuous' for discussing John McGinn joining them.
DAIL RECORD

Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney is closing on a shock move to England with ambitious non-league side Salford City.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/7/2018, 19:59

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Chelsea target Higuain
 July 20 2018, 10:18Football



Chelsea have turned their attention to signing Gonzalo Higuain while Arsene Wenger is in the frame to become Japan manager, all in today's papers.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea are close to confirming Juventus defender Daniele Rugani as their second signing of the summer in a £44.6m - and will then turn their attentions to Gonzalo Higuain.
Jack Wilshere has thanked Unai Emery for being honest about the lack of game-time the midfielder would have got if he had stayed at Arsenal this season.
Arsene Wenger has emerged as the No 1 target to take over as the national manager of Japan.
Fulham have made contact with Espanyol about signing David Lopez, with the Spanish side wanting £35m for their versatile captain.
Former England defender Joleon Lescott is set for a season tracking Manchester City's youngsters around Europe after being appointed to their pathways team.
Sheffield United have made a club-record £5m bid for Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn.
Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback is heading for Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan.

THE TIMES

Antonio Conte is set to take legal action against Chelsea, including the claim that he should be compensated for loss of future earnings and the damage to his career caused by the club's delay in sacking him.
Wilfried Zaha hopes Tottenham will pursue their interest in him, with Moussa Sissoko a possible makeweight in a deal that could be worth up to £70m.
Wolves have targeted speedy Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore but might have to spend another £18m to get their man.
DAILY MIRROR

Raheem Sterling could be sold by Manchester City if he fails to agree a new contract with the club by the end of the season.
Everton are plotting an offer of cash plus Crystal Palace old-boy Yannick Bolasie for £60m-rated Wilfried Zaha.
Anthony Martial, who is a target for Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus, will be handed a final chance to impress Jose Mourinho on Manchester United's tour of the USA.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are unlikely to sign Nabil Fekir this summer, as he is confident Alisson will be their final purchase of the window.
Brighton are closing on a new deal with winger Solly March, who has attracted interest from Fulham and Everton.
Southampton outcast Sofiane Boufal is set to return to France on a season-long loan deal with Nice.
QPR are closing on a six-month loan deal for Australia international Trent Sainsbury, who currently plays in China for Jiangsu Suning.
THE SUN

Willian is still determined to quit Chelsea this summer, despite Maurizio Sarri replacing Antonio Conte as head coach.
Arsenal are ready to sell Everton target Danny Welbeck as Unai Emery looks to trim his squad, with goalkeeper David Ospina and striker Lucas Perez also set to leave this summer.
Wilfried Zaha has told Crystal Palace he wants to leave this summer after turning down their offer of a £125,000-per-week contract.
Rafa Benitez rejected two contract offers from Newcastle United this summer because he was not given the assurances he was looking for regarding the club's future.
Arsenal have appointed Mikhail Zhilkin, one of the developers of Candy Crush, as their new 'data scientist'.
Roman Abramovich has ordered new Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri to smarten up - telling him to wear suits on the touchline and to cut out his half-time cigarettes.
Hertha Berlin are willing to sell Germany left-back Marvin Plattenhardt, with as many as six Premier League clubs - including Leicester and Everton - keen on a £20m deal.
Aston Villa owner Tony Xia is in talks with a Middle East group to save the crisis-hit Sky Bet Championship club.
DAILY EXPRESS

Newcastle United and West Ham United have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of midfielder Miguel Almiron after Atlanta United decided not to sell him this summer.
Fulham have had a £5m offer for goalkeeper Fabri accepted by Besiktas, who want Arsenal's David Ospina as a replacement.
DAILY STAR

Stoke will have to stump up £10m if they want to sign forward Tom Ince away from Huddersfield.
Fulham's summer recruitment is likely to include another loan spell for Chelsea midfielder Lucas Piazon.
DAILY RECORD

Greg Doherty is likely to leave Rangers on loan after Steven Gerrard told the midfielder he was not in his plans for this season.
Former Celtic midfielder Liam Henderson is expected to complete a move to Italian side Hellas Verona this week after agreeing a four-year deal.
Celtic's Champions League opponents Rosenborg have axed manager Kare Ingebrigtsen less than a week before their pivotal European date.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   21/7/2018, 20:33

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours
 July 21 2018, 11:40Football



Joe Hart is on Chelsea's shortlist to replace Thibaut Courtois and Aston Villa want Thierry Henry as their new manager. All in today's newspapers.

THE SUN

Joe Hart is on Chelsea's shortlist to replace Thibaut Courtois and the club are willing to offer Manchester City £5m to sign him.

Tottenham are bracing themselves for a £50m bid from Real Madrid for right-back Kieran Trippier, with the player himself aware of the interest.

Chelsea could attempt to sign Juventus' Miralem Pjanic after he signed up with the Macedonian agent Fali Ramadani, who was involved in Maurizio Sarri's move to Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham are to abandon any pursuit of Wilfried Zaha to concentrate on signing Jack Grealish from Aston Villa.

New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has arranged for shipments of mozzarella, Tuscan beef and Italian coffee as he is not a big fan of English produce.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester United chiefs still believe the club is in position to sign Toby Alderweireld from Spurs after initial talks broke down over his valuation.

Everton are braced for a third bid from RB Leipzig for Ademola Lookman, who spent the second half of last season on loan at the Bundesliga side.

Arsenal are close to agreeing a £2m deal with Belgian side Sint-Truiden for striker Chuba Akpom.

DAILY MIRROR

Aston Villa want Thierry Henry to be their new manager after billionaire Nassef Sawiris bought a 55 per cent stake in the Championship club and promised significant investment.

Thierry Henry is linked with the Wales job
Thierry Henry is linked with the Villa job
Real Madrid have reserved the number seven shirt, vacated by Cristiano Ronaldo, for transfer target Eden Hazard.

Carl Jenkinson and Joel Campbell have been told they have no future at Arsenal after the three were among five players left out of Unai Emery's squad to fly out to Singapore.

Everton have made an offer of just over £22m for Barcelona's Lucas Digne.

Middlesbrough, West Brom and QPR are battling for the signature of Iceland striker Vidar Orn Kjartansson, who currently plays in Israel for Maccabi Tel Aviv.

THE TIMES

Chelsea will attempt to withhold a portion of the £9m owed to Antonio Conte in severance pay because of the infamous text message sent to Diego Costa 12 months ago, which they will claim adversely affected his transfer value.

DAILY STAR

Francesco Totti, now a director at Roma, says the club were "forced' to sell Alisson to Liverpool due to financial reasons.

New Liverpool signing Naby Keita says he used to pretend he was Steven Gerrard when he played football on the streets in Guinea.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jose Mourinho is ready to risk Alexis Sanchez in Sunday's game against San Jose Earthquakes despite the emergence of young talent on their US tour.

DAILY MAIL

Pep Guardiola has claimed Jorginho would have made a mistake signing for Manchester City if he only wanted to work with Maurizio Sarri.

Stoke City boss Gary Rowett hopes to complete moves for West Brom's James McClean, Aston Villa defender James Chester and Huddersfield forward Tom Ince in the next week.

DAILY RECORD

Aberdeen and Motherwell will compete to sign Tottenham academy graduate Alexander McQueen.

Raging Rosenborg players have gone to war with the club's management over the sacking of manager Kare Ingebrigtsen and his assistant Erik Hoftun.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   22/7/2018, 20:22

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours
 July 22 2018, 10:38Football



Chelsea and Bayern Munich are working on deals to sign Anthony Martial with Tottenham also interested. Check out all the back-page gossip.

SUNDAY TIMES

Chelsea and Bayern Munich are working on deals to sign Anthony Martial from Manchester United but neither side are willing to meet the £89.3m valuation.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to make a £65m move for Leicester defender Harry Maguire but he has to sell one of Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo or Eric Bailly first.

Chelsea are confident Eden Hazard won't try to force through a move to Real Madrid this summer despite his refusal to sign a new £300,000-a-week contract.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Arsenal are in advanced talks with Borussia Monchengladbach to sign goalkeeper Yann Sommer, who is also a transfer target for Barcelona.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted he is a fan of Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic and refused to rule out a possible transfer.

Rafa Benitez is refusing to sign a new contract at Newcastle until Mike Ashley commits significant money to the first-team squad, training ground and academy pitches.

Manchester United are on the brink of a £1million deal to snap up Rochdale teenager Daniel Adshead, after he impressed coaches in a behind-closed-doors friendly.


SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United will resist any attempt by Tottenham to sign Anthony Martial, despite knowing that the Frenchman is tempted to leave Old Trafford.

THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United are ready to trigger Anthony Martial's contract extension clause so they can command a much higher transfer fee if he is sold.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Roma are considering making a bid for Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech following the sale of Alisson to Liverpool.

Petr Cech after Arsenal's defeat at Swansea
Petr Cech - one potential target for Roma
RB Leipzig are preparing a £17m bid for Everton winger Ademola Lookman after the club's coach Ralf Rangnick admitted his interest in a deal.

Wolves are eyeing a loan bid for Barcelona defender Yerry Mina after he starred for Colombia at the World Cup.

Newcastle will give Rafa Benitez a three-year contract and £100m transfer budget if Mike Ashley can convince him to stay.

DAILY STAR

Daniele Rugani will travel to the United States to complete a £45m move to Chelsea and join up with the Blues' pre-season tour.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

Wolves are considering triggering Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore's £18m release clause in order to beat Huddersfield to his signing.

DAILY RECORD

Sunderland manager Jack Ross has ruled out a move for Rangers midfielder Greg Docherty.

Follow Sporting Life on social media - find us on Facebook here or tweet @SportingLife
Related football links

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   23/7/2018, 18:42

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Man Utd eye defensive star
 July 23 2018, 10:48Football



Manchester United have targeted one of Harry Maguire, Toby Alderweireld or Leonardo Bonucci as their major summer signing. Check out the rest of today's papers.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United want to sign one of Harry Maguire, Toby Alderweireld or Leonardo Bonucci this summer.
Wolves are in talks to sign Joao Moutinho from Monaco for £6m.
Alisson Becker will play his first Liverpool game on August 4 after Jurgen Klopp revealed he had to persuade the goalkeeper to finish his holiday.

THE SUN

Chelsea will send young winger Nathan on a season-long loan to Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro.
Chelsea are considering signing both Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland in a goalkeeper revamp at the club should Thibaut Courtois leave for Real Madrid.
DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool's move for Nabil Fekir is completely dead according to reports in France.
Petr Cech could be handed an Arsenal escape route, with Roma considering him as a replacement for Alisson.
Chelsea have told Real Madrid they will not be bullied into selling Eden Hazard, not even for £170m.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery sees Alex Iwobi as a key player and will offer the midfielder a four-year contract extension.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will be given a designated room to smoke in at Stamford Bridge on matchdays.
THE SCOTTISH SUN

Hibernian have rejected a third bid of £2m from Celtic for midfielder John McGinn.
DAILY STAR

Thibaut Courtois will reportedly leave Chelsea for Real Madrid this week which will facilitate the transfer of Keylor Navas.
Eden Hazard's move to Real Madrid could be in jeopardy after the emergence of Real youngster Vinicius Junior as an unlikely star.
Liverpool chiefs will fly out to Turkey to hold talks with Besiktas over signing Croatia centre-back Domagoj Vida in a £27m deal.
Christian Pulisic has been linked with a move to Liverpool but team-mate Marco Reus has told him to stay at Borussia Dortmund.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jack Grealish is intent on Tottenham despite Aston Villa's £55m takeover easing the club's financial situation.
THE GUARDIAN

Jose Mourinho has abandoned his pursuit of signing a full-back so Manchester United can go all in on a centre-back signing.
THE INDEPENDENT

Everton manager Marco Silva is confident of adding Barcelona duo Lucas Digne and Yerry Mina to the signing of Richarlison from Watford.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/7/2018, 14:55

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer news and rumours
 July 24 2018, 10:23Football


Danny Ings is among a host of players heading towards the exit door at Liverpool, while Thierry Henry is in talks with Aston Villa about the manager's job.

THE SUN
Chelsea will refuse to do business with Barcelona unless they pay a whopping £70m for Willian.
Fulham have made a £26m bid for Real Sociedad's Willian Jose as an alternative to Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Arsenal are attempting to reach a cut-price deal for Sevilla midfielder Steven Nzonzi after a busy window so far which has seen Unai Emery splash out nearly £70m.
Wigan Warriors fitness guru Mark Bitcon is set to join brother Simon on Manchester City's staff.
Wolves hope to complete a double deal this week, adding Celta Vigo left-back Jonny Castro and Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho to their squad.
DAILY STAR
Thierry Henry has agreed to become Aston Villa's new manager after speaking with the club's new owners.
Southampton manager Mark Hughes will have to offload players before he can press ahead for any incoming deals, including one for Serbia star Filip Kostic.
Crystal Palace flop Jaroslaw Jach is set to leave for Turkish side Caykur Rizespor after failing to make an appearance since his arrival at Selhurst Park.
DAILY MAIL
Ten players are set to leave Liverpool in Jurgen Klopp's purge with Loris Karius and Danny Ings among those headed for a mass Anfield exodus.
West Brom are set to sign young Leicester winger Harvey Barnes on a season-long loan.
Swansea are keen on Sheffield Wednesday forward Fernando Forestieri, who has also attracted interest from Fulham.
Newcastle United have held talks with Deportivo La Coruna over a £3.5m deal for Switzerland defender Fabian Schar.

THE GUARDIAN
Jose Mourinho will only consider selling Anthony Martial for the right fee, with the Manchester United manager preferring that the Frenchman move to a club outside the Premier League rather than to a direct rival.
THE TIMES
Brighton are confident of beating Leicester City to the signing of Iran international Alireza Jahanbaksh and could break their transfer record to sign him for £20m.
Fulham could look to Newcastle team-mate Dwight Gayle if they fail to force through a move for Aleksandar Mitrovic.
DAILY EXPRESS
Rangers are eyeing up a move for Bolton defender Mark Beevers.
Everton remain in talks with Barcelona for left-back Lucas Digne and still hope to sign Colombia defender Yerry Mina from the Spanish giants.
INDEPENDENT
Fulham have been told they will have to trigger David Lopez's release clause of £35m to sign the Espanyol midfielder.
Tottenham are set to start a clearout of unwanted players this week, with striker Vincent Janssen set to be the first out of the door, possibly returning to Fenerbahce.
DAILY RECORD
Celtic are planning urgent talks with Dedryck Boyata over a new contract to fend off mounting interest in the Belgium defender.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   25/7/2018, 20:12

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Real Madrid chase Hugo Lloris
 July 25 2018, 09:32Football



Real Madrid want Hugo Lloris, Anthony Martial wants to stay in England and Chelsea line-up a shock move for Rob Green in today's back pages.

THE SUN

Real Madrid are plotting a daring £60m raid to grab Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris.
Anthony Martial has put Chelsea and Tottenham on alert - because he plans to defy Manchester United and stay in England.
Chelsea are signing veteran goalkeeper Robert Green in a shock free transfer move.
Leon Bailey has put Arsenal and Chelsea on red alert as he looks to push through a move to the Premier League this summer.
Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet will be offered an escape route from his misery by Turkish side Besiktas.

DAILY STAR

Derby look to have won the race for Ipswich striker Martyn Waghorn with a bid worth a total of £8m.
Bristol City ace Joe Bryan is a shock target of three of Germany's most ambitious clubs.
DAILY MAIL

Mauricio Pochettino says he is unconcerned by Tottenham's lack of activity in the transfer market and is confident that they will bring in new faces before the window closes.
Wolves are signing Jonny Castro on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid despite the 24-year-old wing back only just moving from Celta Vigo for £6m.
DAILY MIRROR

Riyad Mahrez has revealed he rejected interest from other clubs when Manchester City renewed their interest in him this summer.
Wolves has given up on trying to persuade Oleksandr Zinchenko to join them from Manchester City and re now targeting Bristol City's Joe Bryan.
THE GUARDIAN

Adam Lallana has spoken of his frustration at missing the World Cup but accepts Gareth Southgate made "probably the right call" when omitting him from the England squad.
THE TIMES

The FA is to receive a £10m bonus from Nike as a result of England's run to the World Cup semi-finals.
Southampton and Lyon have made offers for Barcelona centre-back Yerry Mina.
Steve Bruce is fearing the worst before a meeting with new Aston Villa owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens.
DAILY EXPRESS

Everton are set to turn their attention to Barcelona full-back Lucas Digne.
SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers are eyeing a move for Manchester City kid Kean Bryan.
Brendan Rodgers has admitted Celtic could walk away from transfer negotiations with Hibs over John McGinn.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   26/7/2018, 19:58

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Mourinho wants Martial out
 July 26 2018, 10:03Football



Jose Mourinho wants Anthony Martial out of Man United and Harry Maguire in, while there's a Merseyside battle for Domagoj Vida going on in today's papers.

DAILY MAIL

Jose Mourinho wants Anthony Martial out of Manchester United after the forward's decision to travel home for the birth of his child, but the club want £80m if they are to sell him.
Real Madrid have agreed terms with Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, but Tottenham stopper Hugo Lloris is also a target.
Manchester United have made contact with the representatives of Ante Rebic, the Eintracht Frankfurt winger who starred in the World Cup for Croatia.
Watford have reopened proceedings against Everton over their pursuit of Marco Silva, just days after selling Richarlison to the Merseyside club.
Newcastle are closing in on a £9m move for Japan striker Yoshinori Muto, while progress is being made on the potential loan swap deal involving West Brom's Salomon Rondon and Dwight Gayle.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho is urging Manchester United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to tie up a deal for Harry Maguire - even though Leicester may demand £60m for the defender.
Rafa Benitez's £6m buyout clause has expired - but it could now cost rivals more to poach him.
Wolves have activated the buyout clause in Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore's contract, agreeing to pay £18m up front for the 22-year-old.
Alex Iwobi has snubbed interest from Lazio and agreed a new five-year deal with Arsenal worth £70,000 per week.
DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea have missed out on the signing of CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin, who has agreed a deal with Monaco.
Liverpool and Everton have made offers for Croatia defender Domagoj Vida, according to the player's agent.
Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal after the German club's chairman said he would not stand in the Chilean's way if he wants to leave.
Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann - who will take charge of RB Leipzig next season - says he turned down the chance to replace Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid.
DAILY RECORD

Rangers are set to face a disciplinary probe next month over their handling of the Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace affair.
Rangers are set to net a cash windfall of up to £800,000 if Martyn Waghorn signs for Derby.
Celtic are set to sign Australian wonderkid Daniel Arzani on a long-term loan from Manchester City - as soon as the Premier League side complete his signing from Melbourne City.
DAILY STAR

Jack Wilshere turned down an £8m signing-on fee and Champions League football at Fenerbahce in order to join West Ham.
Croatia's World Cup star Ivan Perisic has turned down a move to Manchester United and opted to stay at Inter Milan.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are working hard to sign players this summer, but insists they will not be forced into rash decisions.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Marcos Rojo is fearing for his Manchester United future after Jose Mourinho made signing a centre-half a priority this summer.
THE GUARDIAN

West Brom are the latest club to register interest in the Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo as they bid to make an immediate return to the Premier League next season.
THE TIMES

The NFL has secured an option to move the first American football game scheduled for the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium to Wembley if there are delays completing its construction, while the sale of tickets for the match has been put on hold until after test events at the ground have taken place.
SCOTTISH SUN

Lassana Coulibaly and Ryan Kent are poised to make their Rangers debuts against Osijek - with Josh Windass axed for their crunch Europa League tie.
Neil Lennon has warned John McGinn his move to Celtic might never happen - and to prepare himself for it.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   27/7/2018, 14:56

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Chelsea and Arsenal want Leon Bailey
 July 27 2018, 10:00Football



Chelsea and Arsenal are doing battle over Leon Bailey while West Ham could splash more cash this summer, all in today's back pages.

THE SUN

Chelsea are ready to step up their chase for Bayer Leverkusen's £40m-rated winger Leon Bailey, but face competition from Arsenal and Roma.
Manchester City starlet Kean Bryan is set to sign a three-year deal with Rangers after Steven Gerrard persuaded him to move north of the border.
Derby are set to sell Matej Vydra to Leeds for £11m so as they can free up funds to sign Ipswich forward Martyn Waghorn.
Brighton are closing in on a deal for Ecuadorian wonderkid Billy Arce, who is set to sign a four-year deal at the Amex Stadium.
Middlesbrough have moved for 'keeper Boaz Myhill, whose contract at West Brom expired in the summer.
Stoke boss Gary Rowett says top clubs face a race against time if they want to sign Jack Butland.

THE TIMES

Chelsea officials have travelled to Italy to meet their Juventus counterparts and try to seal a deal for £40m-rated defender Daniele Rugani.
Rafa Benitez is likely to remain at Newcastle until the end of the season, despite the expiry of a £6m release clause in his contract this summer.
Tottenham will be able to convert thousands of seats in their new stadium into safe standing within the space of an hour, it has been revealed.
Aston Villa are still facing short-term cashflow problems despite last week's takeover by Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens because much of next season's income has already been spent.
DAILY MAIL

West Ham have held talks about signing £22m-rated striker Moussa Marega from Porto, who may try to sign Cheikhou Kouyate in return.
Leeds have made an enquiry for Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford as an alternative in case their bid for Derby forward Matej Vydra falls through.
Aston Villa have rejected Stoke's £10m bid for captain James Chester and warned he is not for sale.
Tottenham will assess the fitness of Victor Wanyama after he missed the opening game of their US tour.
DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are willing to allow Anthony Martial to leave - but only after they have signed Inter Milan forward Ivan Perisic as a replacement.
Leicester are preparing to move for Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson as a replacement for Harry Maguire, who is a target for Manchester United.
Tottenham believe they can still sign Jack Grealish for £20m, despite Aston Villa getting new owners.
Manchester City youngster Oleksandr Zinchenko does not want to leave the club, despite them accepting a £16m bid from Wolves.
Real Madrid have shifted focus away from Eden Hazard to Edinson Cavani as they bid to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
Arsenal and West Ham United will go head to head to sign Torino attacking midfielder M'Baye Niang.
Arsenal have been handed a transfer blow as European giants Barcelona have entered the race for £40m target Steven N'Zonzi.
Fulham are ready to make Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter their latest summer signing.
DAILY RECORD

Celtic are confident of signing Hibernian midfielder John McGinn, even if it means signing him on a pre-contract deal in January.
Rangers could be in for a pay-day if Martyn Waghorn leaves Ipswich as they inserted a 10 per cent sell-on clause in his contract when they sold him last summer.
DAILY STAR

Manchester United will have to pay £80m - a world-record fee for a defender - if they want to sign Harry Maguire from Leicester.
THE GUARDIAN

Mohamed Salah needs help from his team-mates, who must start scoring more goals, says Liverpool's James Milner.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/7/2018, 20:46

July 28 2018

DAILY MAIL
Chelsea are demanding £200m for Eden Hazard in an attempt to price Real Madrid out of making a move for the Belgium forward.
Rangers will return to the table with an improved offer for Kyle Lafferty having had an opening £200,000 bid for the Northern Irishman rejected by Hearts.
Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson is in talks over a loan move to Scunthorpe United.
Everton are closing in on a deal for Barcelona left-back Lucas Digne after positive talks were held between dignitaries of the two clubs.

THE SUN
Leicester are closing on a deal to sign Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles, a move which could affect the future of Manchester United target Harry Maguire.
Juventus are holding out for £45m for defender Daniele Rugani, who is a target for Chelsea.
Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are fighting over the signature of Tottenham starlet Reo Griffiths, who has also been offered a first professional deal by the Premier League club.
Fulham have joined Arsenal in the race to sign Mexico midfielder Hector Herrera.
Sporting Lisbon have complained to FIFA over Atletico Madrid's conduct in their pursuit of Gelson Martins.
Barcelona have invited Uruguay teenager Axel Perez, a target for Liverpool and Chelsea, for an extended trial.

DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United could turn their attentions to Barcelona's Yerry Mina if they are unable to secure either Harry Maguire or Toby Alderweireld.
Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo are likely to be jettisoned by United if they look to add a highly-priced defender this summer.
Sokratis Papastathopoulous has promised to bring back some old-school, hard-as-nails defending to Arsenal.

DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea will give Eden Hazard the captaincy as part of their bid to keep him at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell admits he does not know if he is a part of Unai Emery's plans for next season.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Crystal Palace will make a £20m bid to tempt Liverpool striker Danny Ings to come to Selhurst Park.
Wolves are set to launch a bid for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo.

DAILY STAR
Jose Mourinho is becoming increasingly frustrated at Manchester United's refusal to spend big this summer.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic have insisted there is no chance midfielder Olivier Ntcham will be sold this summer.
Rangers have pulled the plug on a deal to sign Kean Bryan from Manchester City after getting the results of his medical.
Craig Levein has revealed that Ross Callachan and Malaury Martin will be allowed to quit Hearts.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/7/2018, 19:44

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk and rumours as Juve want Pogba back
 July 29 2018, 14:10Football



Juventus want Paul Pogba back while Chelsea are closing in on Gonzalo Higuain and eyeing a shock move for Aaron Ramsey according to reports in Sunday's papers. Get the latest transfer gossip.

SUNDAY MIRROR
Juventus have told Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola they want the Manchester United midfielder back less than two years after selling him for £89m.
Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani and Mattia Caldara will be sold by Juventus if they can tempt Pogba back to Turin.
Gonzalo Higuain is heading to Chelsea from Juventus after the Premier League side blew rivals out of the water with a £120,000-a-week offer.
Aston Villa have told Jack Grealish and James Chester they are going nowhere after the club's takeover ended any financial issues.
Chelsea are offering midfielder Danny Drinkwater around less than a year after signing him from Leicester for £35m.
Watford are set to complete a season-long loan deal for Liverpool forward Divock Origi.
Arsenal are among a string of clubs looking at Gillingham's 6ft 9in goalkeeper Tomas Holy.
Manchester City and Manchester United are going head-to-head over hot prospect Nathan Wood of Middlesbrough.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Chelsea are ready to make a £30m deadline-beating move for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
Borussia Dortmund have decided to cash in on winger Christian Pulisic, sparking a bidding war involving Chelsea, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
Fulham have been told they will have to find £25m to sign Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson.
Chelsea formulated their recruitment drive from the south of France this weekend as Roman Abramovich and Marina Granovskaia discussed a £65m move for Christian Pulisic.
Manchester City face an anxious wait to see whether Riyad Mahrez will be fit for the Community Shield.

THE SUN
Chelsea sources have denied rumours circulating on social media that billionaire businessman Jim Ratcliffe is set to buy the club for £2billion.
Manchester United will offer Barcelona £35m for Colombia defender Yerry Mina, who is keen on a move to the Premier League.
Roma appear to have beaten Arsenal to the signature of Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi.
Burnley are looking to Stoke target man Peter Crouch to boost their attacking options in a £500,000 move.
Eden Hazard's dream move to Real Madrid is in tatters.
Liverpool are in talks with Middlesbrough over a shock £10m switch for young winger Sheyi Ojo.
Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez faces new transfer frustration as Swansea have slapped a £10m price tag on Federico Fernandez.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Manchester United will have to offer £70m-rated Robert Lewandowski a weekly wage of £500,000 to tempt him into leaving Bayern Munich for the Premier League.
SUNDAY EXPRESS
Eden Hazard's hopes of a move to Real Madrid appear to be over with the Spanish giants unwilling to pay £200m for the Chelsea forward.
DAILY RECORD
Celtic are braced for fresh interest from Marseille in striker Moussa Dembele after their bid to sign Mario Balotelli hit the rocks.
Rangers have been told that Kyle Lafferty's price tag is close to £1m as Hearts play hardball over the striker.
Celtic won't table an increased bid for Hibs star John McGinn.
SCOTTISH SUN
Fulham have joined Everton and Bournemouth in the race to sign Celtic's £25m-rated left-back Kieran Tierney.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/7/2018, 19:43

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 July 30 2018, 09:31Football


The latest rumours from the back pages as Jose Mourinho is frustrated with a lack of activity and Real Madrid look at Chelsea duo.

DAILY MAIL
Jose Mourinho's relationship with Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is at an all-time low over the club's transfer policy.
Patrick Bamford will have a medical at Leeds United on Monday ahead of a possible £10m move from Middlesbrough.
Fulham hope to wrap up an agreement with Swansea City for defender Alfie Mawson early this week.
Middlesbrough are keen on Liverpool's Sheyi Ojo and West Brom's Matt Phillips.
Leicester have rekindled their interest in Middlesbrough centre-back Ben Gibson.
Olivier Giroud is planning on staying and fighting for his place at Chelsea despite holding talks with Marseille.
THE SUN
Real Madrid are considering a £100m-plus double swoop on Chelsea to sign Thibaut Courtois and Willian.
Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom is closing on a permanent move to Greece with PAOK Salonika.
Pep Guardiola has hinted some of his young guns will feature in the Community Shield at the weekend after impressing on tour.
Tottenham will open their new stadium with a ceremony paying homage to the area's rise from the ashes of the 2011 riots.
DAILY MIRROR
Chelsea are in talks with Borussia Dortmund over a deal for highly-rated USA winger Christian Pulisic.
Jefferson Lerma has missed two deadlines to return to training with Levante as he tries to force through a £24m move to Bournemouth.
Mattia Caldara has overtaken Juventus team-mate Daniele Rugani as Chelsea's No 1 centre-back target.
West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate is at the centre of a transfer tug-of-war between Crystal Palace and Porto.
Antonio Conte is set to take over from under-fire Gennaro Gattuso as AC Milan head coach on a £5.5m-per-year deal.
Crystal Palace and Southampton are mulling whether to make an offer for Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater.
Ipswich will sell striker Martyn Waghorn to Derby County, but not until they have recruited a replacement.
Aaron Ramsey is a shock target for Chelsea.
Andros Townsend has stressed it is imperative Crystal Palace hang onto talisman Wilfried Zaha.
DAILY EXPRESS
FIFA has been urged to launch an independent investigation into sabotage claims surrounding Qatar's successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup.
THE TIMES
Marseille and Atletico Madrid are interested in signing Olivier Giroud.
Sevilla are keen to take Tiemoue Bakayoko but the midfielder is likely to stay at Chelsea as they want a loan fee and his full wage to be paid to sanction a temporary deal, which appears to be too expensive for the Spanish club.
Fiorentina are interested in Manolo Gabbiadini, the Southampton striker.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
A difficult pre-season is threatening to lurch into a farce for Manchester United as manager Jose Mourinho heads into their final game in the USA against European champions Real Madrid without as many as 17 senior players.
SCOTTISH SUN
Steven Gerrard hopes to add two more players to his Rangers squad before their first league game on Sunday.
DAILY RECORD
Rangers are preparing a second bid of £300,000 for Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty.
Celtic will today decide on an appeal against Jozo Simunovic's suspension from Wednesday's Champions League crunch against Rosenborg.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   31/7/2018, 14:46

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Leicester try to keep Harry Maguire
 July 31 2018, 06:34Football



There's the latest updates on the futures of Sadio Mane, Jose Mourinho and Harry Maguire filling today's back pages.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool and Chelsea have been dealt a transfer blow over Christian Pulisic who looks set to stay at Borussia Dortmund.
Jose Mourinho has his players running scared thanks to his erratic behaviour on Manchester United's US tour.
Leicester City are poised to offer Harry Maguire a new deal worth £95,000-per-week to stave off interest from Manchester United.
AC Milan are ready to offer Antonio Conte £5.5m-per-year to become their new manager.
Chelsea look set to be thwarted in their attempt to land Shakhtar Donetsk star Bernard.

THE SUN

Cardiff City are eyeing a £15m bid for Watford captain Troy Deeney as they prepare for their return to the Premier League.
Burnley have made an enquiry to Southampton about goalkeeper Fraser Forster after number one Nick Pope was ruled out for up to six months.
Newcastle United and Fulham are chasing Ajax's £8m left-back Nicolas Tagliafico, who played in all of Argentina's games at this summer's World Cup.
Tottenham Hotspur wonderkid Reo Griffiths has left the club after failing to sign a professional contract - and European giants Real Madrid and PSG are keen to snap him up.
THE TIMES

N'Golo Kante will become Chelsea's top earner on a new £290k-a-week deal.
Olivier Giroud could be leaving Chelsea after just six months at the club, with Atletico Madrid and Marseille interested.
DAILY MAIL

Red Bull Leipzig are making an improved £18m bid for Everton winger Ademola Lookman.
Tottenham's transfer budget has not been affected by spending on their new stadium, says a club director, amid concern at their lack of signings in the summer window.
DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool are confident of tying Sadio Mane down to a new long-term contract in the next few weeks.
Liverpool are said to be considering a move for Cagliari midfielder Nicola Barella.
The Manchester United hierarchy are becoming increasingly concerned by Jose Mourinho's negative comments during pre-season.
Everton are leading the race for £30m defender Marcos Rojo, who has been told he can leave Manchester United.
West Ham United have joined the race for Danny Drinkwater, and Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri is willing to allow him to leave.
DAILY RECORD

Rangers are preparing a second bid of £300k for Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty, with Craig Levein admitting his player has been affected by the speculation.
DAILY STAR

Jose Mourinho has identified Yerry Mina as his new top target with Barcelona looking to sell the defender.
Manchester United have been dealt a transfer blow as Gareth Bale is set to sign a new deal with Real Madrid.
Maurizio Sarri has made Robert Lewandowski, who wants to leave Bayern Munich, his top summer transfer target.
THE GUARDIAN

Jurgen Klopp is hopeful Sadio Mane will soon sign a new long-term contract.
Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford is close to a £10m move to Leeds United.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   1/8/2018, 19:40

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as PSG target N'Golo Kante
 August 01 2018, 09:17Football



PSG have a huge wage package prepared for N'Golo Kante while there's updates on Loris Karius and Luke Shaw in today's papers.

DAILY MIRROR

PSG are still interested in N'Golo Kante and are willing to pay the midfielder more than the £290,000-per-week that Chelsea are offering.
Valencia want to sign Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, and hope to tempt him with the offer of Champions League football.
The FA are battling to hold onto technical director Dan Ashworth, who is interested in a similar role at Brighton & Hove Albion.
Liverpool are considering signing 6ft 7in rookie Barnet goalkeeper Kai McKenznie-Lyle.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Liverpool are considering selling both Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet after the arrival of Alisson.
Arsenal are facing up to the reality of losing Ivan Gazidis after the chief executive told them he has an offer to join AC Milan.
THE SUN

Thierry Henry could be set to coach Mohamed Salah after being lined up to become the new manager of Egypt.
Manchester City are tracking Iran international Saman Ghoddos, who helped Swedish side Ostersunds to the last-32 of the Europa League last season.
Middlesbrough will launch a £7m swoop for Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn following the sale of Patrick Bamford to Leeds United.
DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has agreed a deal with Wolves, according to reports.
Chelsea have accepted defeat in their pursuit of Jordan Pickford and will look to target Jan Oblak and Kevin Trapp instead.
Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin says he decided to turn vegan after talking to former world heavyweight boxing champion David Haye.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been dealt a blow after Lazio's president said the club would not sell Sergej Milinkovic-Savic this summer.
Wolfsburg are the latest club reportedly interested in Manchester United defender Luke Shaw.
DAILY MAIL

Wolfsburg want to sign Luke Shaw, but the left-back remains keen on seeing out his contract at Manchester United.
Barcelona are preparing to sell the naming rights to the Nou Camp for £270m to fund renovation work on the stadium.
Maurizio Sarri's former boss at Napoli has described him as 'one-dimensional' and says a clause prevents Chelsea from signing any more of their players.
Mauricio Pochettino says he has no fears over handing rookie Luke Amos his first-team debut in Tottenham's Premier League season opener.
Jose Mourinho is unsure whether Anthony Martial will rejoin the Manchester United squad.
DAILY RECORD

Brendan Rodgers is keen to tie down Dedryck Boyata and James Forrest to new deals at Celtic.
Patrick Roberts has refused to rule out a return to Celtic, and says he has not spoken to Pep Guardiola about his Manchester City future.
Rangers are prepared to play a waiting game for Kyle Lafferty with the striker looking certain to be in Hearts' opening-day line-up.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/8/2018, 19:11

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 02 2018, 09:02Football



Man United official flies out to secure signing, Spurs want £30m Bournemouth ace while Chelsea prepare Giroud sale, according to the back pages…

The Sun
Chelsea are ready to hijack Tottenham's bid to sign Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish.
Manchester United's "transfer fixer" Matt Judge has flown to Spain to begin negotiations with Barcelona for centre-back Yerry Mina.
West Ham could take their summer spending past £100m if they are able to complete a deal to sign Lille's Brazil midfielder Thiago Maia.
The Hammers have been thwarted in their bid to sign Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez after a £25m offer was rejected.
Wolves are interested in signing Stoke City midfielder Badou N'Diaye, who has also been linked with Everton or a possible move back to Galatasaray.
Daily Mirror
Chelsea are ready to take their battle for Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain to the wire amid reports he is not keen on any part of his proposed AC Milan move being a loan.
Kelechi Iheanacho will start Leicester's Premier League opener against Manchester United with Jamie Vardy not having enough time to get ready after his post-World Cup break.
Chelsea are in active negotiations with Marseille to sell France striker Olivier Giroud for around £20m.
Adrien Rabiot is set to snub Arsenal for a Barcelona move - if PSG can finalise a deal for N'Golo Kante.
Liverpool have been tipped to repeat their Naby Keita acquisition with Christian Pulisic - buy him now a year in advance of his arrival.
Sheyi Ojo set to leave Liverpool as boss Jurgen Klopp admits it 'makes sense' for the youngster to go on loan.
Gonzalo Higuain in Argentina training
Gonzalo Higuain in Argentina training
Daily Express
Tottenham are plotting a £30m swoop for Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook.
Barcelona technical secretary Eric Abidal has reportedly denied holding a meeting with Manchester United star Paul Pogba about a summer move.
The Independent
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is not happy with Willian's late return to pre-season training and will seek urgent talks with the player.
Daily Mail
The FA will tell Gareth Southgate (below) they cannot offer him Premier League wages when a new deal for the England manager is put on the table.
Gareth Southgate: Late to make changes against Croatia
The Guardian
Anthony Martial is still facing a club fine despite his imminent return to Manchester United training.
The EFL is standing firm after Birmingham City's latest attempt to lift their transfer embargo.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   3/8/2018, 21:02

Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 03 2018, 09:23Football



Premier League attacker wants Chelsea move as Maurizio Sarri tells star duo they are going nowhere, according to the back pages…

Daily Mirror
Wilfried Zaha has told fellow Crystal Palace colleagues he is determined to quit the club and wants a big-money switch to Chelsea.
Toby Alderweireld is ready to run down his Tottenham contract if he is priced out of a move to Manchester United this summer.
Liverpool will loan out winger Sheyi Ojo again this season.
Divock Origi is edging towards a move to Fenerbahce after Liverpool dropped their £26m asking price.
Arsenal will sell Shkodran Mustafi (pictured, below) this summer if a team pays £22.3m for the Germany defender.
Kevin Malcuit is set to snub Napoli for Southampton as interest in the Lille star hots up.
Myziane Maolida could be on his way to Newcastle with the Magpies currently in negotiations with Lyon for the France Under-19 striker.
Shkodran Mustafi of Arsenal appeals to an official
The Sun
Chelsea are ready with another Wilfried Zaha bid after Crystal Palace rejected their initial £30m offer.
Premier League referees will ignore World Cup laws on handball penalties when the new season gets underway with Sunday's Community Shield.
Manchester United star Marcos Rojo is wanted by PSG, Marseille and Zenit along with Everton.
Britt Assombalonga is wanted by Burnley and West Brom - as the clubs failed to agree a deal for Jay Rodriguez.
Daily Express
Thibaut Courtois could be forced to stay at Chelsea after they rejected Real Madrid's £31m offer for the goalkeeper.
Real Madrid's Luka Modric has been hit with a staggering £668m price tag by club president Florentino Perez.
Arsenal have received a boost in their pursuit of M'Baye Niang after Torino's sporting director Gianluca Petrachi admitted he cannot rule out the player leaving.
Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian has been approached by Inter Milan for the second time this summer, according to reports.
Thibaut Courtois lifts the FA Cup win at Wembley
Thibaut Courtois lifts the FA Cup win at Wembley
Daily Star
Martin Glenn insists the FA have Government backing for their controversial plan to sell Wembley.
Petr Cech is backing his old Chelsea team-mate Frank Lampard to be a big hit in management.
Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, according to reports in Spain.
Manchester United have been offered the chance to sign Bayern Munich star Jerome Boateng for £50m.
Daily Mail
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will tell Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois they are going nowhere in crunch talks with the Belgians on Friday.
Daily Telegraph
Adama Traore
Adama Traore
Wolves are set to smash their transfer record with the £18m capture of Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore before Thursday's deadline.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/8/2018, 20:31

Nabil Fekir and Mateo Kovacic could complete Premier League transfers before Deadline Day, according to the back pages.

The Sun
Nabil Fekir has been left out of Lyon's squad to face Chelsea on Tuesday amid reports that he is about to complete a move to Stamford Bridge.
Mateo Kovacic is refusing to train with, or play for, Real Madrid again as he tries to force a move to Chelsea before the summer window closes.
Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro is keen on a move to West Ham, and is reported to be available for a fee of around £18m.
Reiss Nelson is set to sign a bumper new contract to commit his long-term future to Arsenal.
Fraser Forster is set to quit Southampton, with Turkish sides Besiktas and Fenerbahce reportedly interested in the England goalkeeper.
Harry Kane is "disappointed" with his World Cup - despite captaining England to their best Finals for 28 years and winning the Golden Boot.
Harry Arter has told Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "Play me - or let me go."
Daily Star
Leicester City have told Manchester United centre-back Harry Maguire is not for sale at any price.
Chelsea will look to Leicester's Kasper Schmeichel, AC Milan's Pepe Reina and Sevilla's Sergio Rico as possible replacements for AWOL goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, along with £25m-rated Jack Butland.
Daily Mail
Leicester City are closing on a £13m deal to sign Dinamo Zagreb defender Filip Benkovic.
Manager Gary Bowyer walked out on Blackpool just one game into the season after losing patience with the club's controversial owner Owen Oyston.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has sent an angry letter to the secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Jeremy Wright, claiming he has been turned into a "pantomime villain" by Newcastle MP Chi Onwurah's petition against him.
Huddersfield Town are in talks over a proposed £13.5m deal for Belgian winger Isaac Mbenza.
Mauricio Pochettino is not ruling out England duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli for Saturday's season opener at Newcastle.
Cardiff City have expressed an interest in signing former Manchester City and Middlesbrough striker Alvaro Negredo.
Daily Mirror
Manchester United have made a "take it or leave it" £40m offer to Tottenham for Toby Alderweireld.
Yannick Bolasie could be heading back to Crystal Palace after he was told he can leave Everton.
West Ham are hoping a midfield transfer merry-go-round involving Luka Modric and Matias Vecino will see them able to sign Chelsea's Danny Drinkwater.
Lyon believe they are in position to hijack Everton's move for Barcelona centre-back Yerry Mina.
Bayer Leverkusen forward Leon Bailey has claimed Chelsea and Liverpool want to sign him.
Kyle Walker believes rising star Phil Foden is heading for the top because Pep Guardiola will not allow him to be "swallowed up" by England recognition too soon.
Danny Rose has insisted his Spurs side are not afraid of anyone in the top six, despite their Premier League rivals spending big this summer.
Daily Telegraph
Crystal Palace have had no official contact yet this summer window from other Premier League clubs for Wilfried Zaha, and would regard any attempt now to sign the player before Thursday's 5pm close of the window as having come too late.
Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City staff are considering whether to ask John Stones to play as a holding midfielder more regularly this season.
The Independent
Manchester United have added Uruguay international Jose Gimenez, who plays for Atletico Madrid, to their list of possible defensive recruits.
The Times
Paul Pogba's relationship with Jose Mourinho is under strain again. The Manchester United and France midfielder is thought to be upset with his manager's assessment of his performances during the World Cup.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/8/2018, 21:02

Paper Talk: Wednesday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 08 2018, 09:29Football


It's all about Paul Pogba today - and depending on which paper you believe he either wants a big pay rise to stay or is heading to Barcelona.

THE SUN

Paul Pogba wants a £200,000-a-week pay rise to stay at Manchester United.

Cardiff will battle Newcastle and two teams from the Sky Bet Championship to sign Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter.

Maurizio Sarri has hinted both Eden Hazard and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will stay at Chelsea.

DAILY MAIL

Paul Pogba has told Manchester United team-mates he wants to leave and has already agreed a £350,000-a-week contract with Barcelona.

Arsenal are to switch kit manufacturers from Puma to adidas and double their income to £60m.

Joe Hart's arrival at Burnley could push Tom Heaton towards the exit door with Sean Dyche expected to sell one of the club's three England goalkeepers.

Watford have made a £10m offer for Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse.


DAILY MIRROR

Leicester are on the verge of signing two centre-backs, with Filip Benkovic having had a medical on Tuesday and recent Arsenal target Caglar Soyuncu also close to joining.

Everton are confident they can sign Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma on loan if they are unable to complete a move for Yerry Mina by Thursday's deadline.

Crystal Palace and Fulham are keen to sign Swansea striker Jordan Ayew, who is refusing to train with his club.

Birmingham City are closing on the signing of Cardiff City goalkeeper Lee Camp.

Alisher Usmanov is unlikely to invest in Everton despite his decision to sell his £600m stake in Arsenal.

Jamaal Lascelles has told his Newcastle bosses they should be doing all they can to ensure Rafa Benitez is "the happiest man" on Tyneside.

DAILY EXPRESS

Barcelona could look to Valencia midfielder Dani Parejo if they are unable to force through a move for Paul Pogba.

DAILY STAR

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng phoned Jose Mourinho to tell him he will not be joining Manchester United, according to reports in Germany.

United are furious with Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola for trying to engineer a move to Barcelona for the France star.

THE TIMES

Manchester City are preparing to name one of their training pitches after Joe Hart in recognition of the goalkeeper's 12-year service to the club.

Burnley have offered £10m for Abdoulaye Touré, the Nantes midfielder.

Paris Saint-Germain have shown interest in Stanislav Lobotka which may complicate Tottenham Hotspur's pursuit of the Celta Vigo midfielder.

Myziane Maolida withdrew from Lyon's squad to play Chelsea last night amid strong interest from Newcastle United.

Giannelli Imbula is close to a loan move to Levante from Stoke City.

Fulham have offered £8m for Hugo Mallo, the Celta Vigo right-back.

THE INDEPENDENT

Six professional footballers failed tests for recreational drugs last season.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic are lining up a shock offer to bring Emilio Izaguirre back to the club - he has cut short his time in Saudi Arabia with Al-Fayha.

Dinamo Zagreb striker Armin Hodzic has emerged as a target for Rangers.

SCOTTISH SUN

John McGinn is mulling over a move to Aston Villa after being given a tour of the club's facilities on Tuesday by boss Steve Bruce.

Czaba Laszlo has no more than three games to save his job at Dundee United and could be axed if they lose to Queen Of The South on Saturday.

Borna Barisic hopes his move to Rangers will improve his chances of playing for Croatia.

Aberdeen star Scott McKenna has been ruled out of action for up to two months after suffering a hamstring injury against Rangers.

Rangers have made a bid for Bosnian striker Elvir Koljic - according to his club president.

Brendan Rodgers has vented his frustration at Celtic's failure to land his signing targets.

Follow Sporting Life on social media - find us on Facebook here or tweet @SportingLife

Related football links

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   9/8/2018, 19:02

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours and gossip on Deadline Day
 August 09 2018, 09:05Football



Paper Talk: Ousmane Dembele, Christian Eriksen and Daniele Rugani (left to right) all feature
Paper Talk: Ousmane Dembele, Christian Eriksen and Daniele Rugani (left to right) all feature
All the latest from the back pages on Deadline Day...

Daily Mirror
Arsenal want to take Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele on loan for the season.
Christian Eriksen is Real Madrid's No 1 choice to replace Luka Modric, should he leave the club this summer.
Joe Hart is set for a debut on Thursday in injury-hit Burnley's Europa League tie against Istanbul Basaksehir.
Tammy Abraham is set to stay at Chelsea - and take on an increased role - despite interest from around the Premier League.
Jordan Henderson says Liverpool will hit the ground running this weekend as they start their bid to take Manchester City's crown.
The Sun
Manchester United are furious with Barcelona after their late bid for Paul Pogba with just two days left of the transfer window.
Wolves are plotting a deadline day swoop for £22m PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa.
Stoke City have made a shock late £8m swoop for Swansea's Sam Clucas.
Daniele Rugani's agent claims Juventus rejected a "really big bid" from Chelsea for the defender.

Sam Clucas celebrates
Sam Clucas celebrates
Daily Mail
Manchester United have been accused of pressuring staff into misleading fans about the availability of tickets in an attempt to sell memberships.
Manchester United target Jerome Boateng is poised to resurrect his move to PSG.
West Ham are considering a last-minute Deadline-Day move for Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente.
Watford have been offered the chance to sign Brazilian midfielder Thiago Maia from Lille.
Daily Telegraph
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has backed the Arsenal Supporters' Trust opposition to Stan Kroenke's full takeover of the club.
Jose Mourinho is increasingly worried Manchester United will not sign the central defender he has been demanding before the transfer window closes at 5pm on Thursday.
Chelsea are preparing for an exodus of squad players after tying up the signings of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Mateo Kovacic.
Daily Star
Crystal Palace are still locked in talks with Swansea over the transfer of striker Jordan Ayew.
Jack Grealish will not try to force his way out of Aston Villa after his proposed move to Tottenham hit the rocks.
Jordan Ayew and Swansea celebrate
Jordan Ayew and Swansea celebrate

The Times
Jose Mourinho is becoming increasingly concerned by the damage he feels the agent Mino Raiola is doing to Manchester United.
Chelsea are ready to hand Kepa Arrizabalaga his debut away to Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
FIFA is planning to introduce a standardised global transfer window.
Daily Express
Manchester United have missed out on a deal to sign Jerome Boateng as the player's agent begins talks with PSG.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   10/8/2018, 19:55

Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 10 2018, 09:33Football


Chelsea fear Eden Hazard could still join Real Madrid with the La Liga transfer window open until August 31. Check out all today's hot gossip.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea fear Eden Hazard could still join Real Madrid with the La Liga transfer window open until August 31.

Liverpool could conduct transfer business in January with Nabil Fekir, Domagoj Vida and Christian Pulisic all potential targets.

Manchester United could sign Toby Alderwiereld, Willian and even Zlatan Ibrahimovic when the transfer window reopens in January.

THE SUN

Manchester United were willing to spend a world-record £100m on Real Madrid's Raphael Varane.

Manchester City are fuming with the FA after failing to get a work permit for Brazilian ace Douglas Luiz.

Tottenham fans left fuming after the club made zero signings this summer are demanding the club give a "full and credible explanation" as to how this happened.

DAILY STAR

Fabinho is facing a fight to be fit for Liverpool's Premier League opener against West Ham on Sunday.

Jack Grealish is staying at Aston Villa and will be rewarded with a new deal which will make him the highest paid player at the club.


DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United chiefs have told Jose Mourinho they need to become more like Manchester City in the transfer market.

Kurt Zouma joined Everton on loan from Chelsea after Manchester United had offers for the defender rejected.

Jurgen Klopp believes the opportunity to play in another country was too great a prospect for Emre Can to turn down in this summer's transfer window.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester United ended the transfer window without the defender Jose Mourinho wanted due to a lack of value on offer, according to senior sources at the club.

Paul Pogba is 'happy' to be back at Manchester United, says Jose Mourinho.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United turned down the chance to sign Harry Maguire for £15m last summer.

Jose Mourinho was told by Man Utd that the club would only sign a world-class defender of the calibre of Raphael Varane rather than compromise with a lesser light, despite the manager's demands otherwise.

Jose Mourinho: 'It's time to stop thinking about the market'
Jose Mourinho - plenty of lines in today's newspapers
THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United did not follow through with some of Jose Mourinho's transfer targets because of misgivings about the players he had identified and a decision that he should not be allowed to get his way if it meant potentially wasting tens of millions of pounds on a short-term fix.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City star signing Riyad Mahrez visited his former Leicester team-mates as they prepared to face Manchester United in their Premier League opener at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho was furious on Thursday night after Manchester United failed to bring in a new signing before the transfer window closed.

The Manchester United Supporters' Trust has called for an urgent review of what they claim is the club's 'dishonest and disingenuous' ticket policy.

DAILY RECORD

Brendan Rodgers has told Celtic chiefs to back him in the transfer market or he'll quit.

Moussa Dembele could make a shock return for Celtic's Champions League showdown with AEK Athens in Greece.

SCOTTISH SUN

Josh Windass was in shock after completing a £2.5m switch to Wigan.

Craig Levein is ready to hand Kyle Lafferty a Hearts recall as they look to inflict more Tynecastle misery on Celtic.

Derek McInnes has hit back at Steven Gerrard for claiming the world is against Rangers.

Follow Sporting Life on social media - find us on Facebook here or tweet @SportingLife
Related football links

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
miri-01
Super.Mod
Super.Mod
avatar


Mesaje : 1272
Puncte : 1345
Reputatie : 3
Data de inscriere : 29.06.16

MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/8/2018, 20:03

Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 11 2018, 11:29Football


Aston Villa star Jack Grealish will get a new contract with a £30m buyout clause after his failed move to Tottenham, according to The Sun.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United have been branded 'beyond arrogant' over their failure to pay all workers the 'real' living wage.

Marco Silva has told Ademola Lookman he will not be leaving Everton and he should fight for his place.

DAILY MAIL

Marcos Rojo has relinquished his No 5 shirt at Manchester United, suggesting at a move away from the club.

Joe Hart says he has been set free by a move from Manchester City to Burnley.

Fabri is set to win the race to be Fulham's first-choice goalkeeper after they signed Sergio Rico on Deadline Day.

DAILY MIRROR

Alisson has vowed to 'do a Mo Salah' at Liverpool and justify his huge transfer fee.

Tiemoue Bakayoko is disappointed he has been axed from Maurizio Sarri's plans at Chelsea.

Wolves have kept the No 1 shirt vacant as a nod of respect to Carl Ikeme.

Aston Villa hope to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on loan before the end of August.

THE SUN

Aston Villa star Jack Grealish will get a new contract with a £30m buyout clause after his failed move to Tottenham.

Five foreign clubs want to loan Manchester City youngster Patrick Roberts.

DAILY RECORD

Sevilla have joined the race to sign £10m-rated Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata.

Celtic striker Moussa Dembele could be back in time for the Champions League second-leg clash with AEK Athens on Tuesday.

_________________
[Devi essere iscritto e connesso per vedere questa immagine]
Torna in alto Andare in basso
Visualizza il profilo
Contenuto sponsorizzato




MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   

Torna in alto Andare in basso
 
What The Sports Papers Say
Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Torna in alto 
Pagina 13 di 17Vai alla pagina : Precedente  1 ... 8 ... 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17  Seguente

Permessi di questa sezione del forum:Non puoi rispondere agli argomenti in questo forum
iptv  :: SAT Related :: Sports on Sat-
Vai verso: