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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   13/8/2018, 19:43

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 13 2018, 09:23Football



Barca to maintain Pogba pursuit and Arsenal goalkeeper heading for exit, according to the back pages...

Daily Telegraph
Barcelona will continue to pursue Paul Pogba after the summer transfer window closes on August 31 with the Spanish club well aware of the midfielder's issues at Manchester United.
The Sun
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina is reportedly close to sealing a loan switch to Super Lig side Besiktas.
Rafa Benitez fears he is already walking an injury tightrope at Newcastle despite making seven summer signings.
Phil Jagielka will be hit with a three-match ban on Monday for his disputed foul on Wolves' Diogo Jota.
Crystal Palace are set to offer Wilfried Zaha a lucrative new contract after a move away from Selhurst Park this summer failed to materialise.
Patrick Vieira says Mario Balotelli wants to leave Nice and he will not stand in the Italian striker's way.
Daily Mirror
David Luiz in action for Chelsea
David Luiz in action for Chelsea
David Luiz has been assured he has a big future at Stamford Bridge under new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri.
Liverpool are close to an agreement with Fenerbahce over the loan of Divock Origi, according to reports.
Fulham will listen to offers for £8m flop Rui Fonte with the transfer window across Europe remaining open.
QPR are closing in on a deal to sign Brighton striker Tomer Hemed.
Daily Express
Barcelona could now make a move for Adrien Rabiot, after the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder reportedly declined an offer to renew his contract with the French champions.
Daily Star
Mark Hughes will escape any sanctions for booting a plastic bottle on to the pitch during Southampton's 0-0 draw with Burnley on Sunday.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   15/8/2018, 10:29

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours
 August 15 2018, 10:18Football



Harry Maguire is close to agreeing a new £75,000-a-week contract with Leicester, according to the Daily Telegraph.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Harry Maguire is close to agreeing a new £75,000-a-week contract with Leicester, following Manchester United's failed bid to sign the England defender.
Maurizio Sarri has relaxed his Chelsea predecessor Antonio Conte's rules on diet and nutrition as well as the stipulation that players had to stay together in a hotel the night before home games.
DAILY MIRROR
Unai Emery has been told Arsenal must cut their wage bill - and that could impact on his rebuilding plans.
Premier League clubs could vote to change the summer transfer deadline back to August 31 after just one window.
Diego Godin has revealed he turned down a deadline day move to Manchester United for "personal reasons".
N'Golo Kante insists his World Cup medal and Premier League titles mean nothing ahead of the new season with Chelsea.
Sergio Ramos has taken a swipe at Jurgen Klopp following the Liverpool boss' criticism over his challenge on Mohamed Salah in last season's Champions League final.
DAILY MAIL
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has taken his fitness regime to a new level after signing up with Kevin De Bruyne's nutritionist.
Burnley have complained to UEFA about the conduct of Thursday's Europa League visitors Istanbul Basaksehir.
THE SUN
Manchester United star Juan Mata could be set for an emotional return to his former side Valencia.
Serge Aurier reportedly saw a move from Tottenham to Atletico Madrid collapse this summer.
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell has finally found a permanent home at Serie A minnows Frosinone, according to reports.
Napoli are hoping to conclude a deal for Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet before the Italian transfer window closes on Friday.
Middlesbrough want Le Havre's £10m-rated centre-half Harold Moukoudi.
Sunderland starlet Elliot Embleton is hoping to beat Cristiano Ronaldo to the UEFA Goal of the Season gong.
DAILY STAR
Tottenham must tell UEFA where they intend to play their Champions League games by the end of the month.
Angelo Ogbonna claims West Ham will not push the panic button after their 4-0 humiliation by Liverpool.
Chelsea want to offload Danny Drinkwater abroad.
DAILY EXPRESS
Steven Gerrard expects fit-again Ryan Jack to drive Rangers towards the Europa League play-offs.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is ready to let Danny Drinkwater go out on loan in the next two weeks if a European side come in for him.
THE TIMES
FIFA has introduced new rules making it possible to ban critics of the organisation from working in football.
DAILY RECORD
Rangers have reopened transfer talks with Hearts over Kyle Lafferty and are confident the striker will be on his way to Ibrox in the next 48 hours.
The SFA is set to roll out a new look disciplinary system after recruiting former refs to study incidents missed by match officials.
Brendan Rodgers admits Celtic's failure to strengthen has proved costly after their Champions League hopes crumbled in Greece.
SCOTTISH SUN
Arthur Numan is backing Rangers to take a giant step towards the Europa League group stages by seeing off Maribor on Thursday night.
John McGinn has admitted he was in a comfort zone in Scottish football and moved to Aston Villa because he is ambitious.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/8/2018, 19:41

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 16 2018, 09:31Football



Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba's relationship on the rocks after fresh bust up and Euro giants keen on Toby Alderweireld, according to the back pages...

The Sun
Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba's relationship has hit a new low after an extraordinary bust-up.
Newcastle midfielder Henri Saivet has arrived in Turkey ahead of joining Bursaspor on loan.
Luis Suarez has agreed a mega-money switch to get his boots supplied by Puma.
Daily Mail
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has his heart set on pushing through a transfer to Barcelona.
European divisions are to fall in line with the Premier League over the transfer window deadline.
Daily Telegraph
Chelsea are stepping up their efforts to appoint a successor to former technical director Michael Emenalo.
Gareth Southgate is keen to freshen up his England World Cup squad with some the country's best young players as soon as possible.
Aleksandar Mitrovic says he has found his home at Fulham and does not need time to settle in.
Daily Mirror
Toby Alderweireld could be offered an immediate route out of Tottenham by Bayern Munich.
Romanian wonderkid Catalin Carjan has revealed he will join Arsenal when he turns 16.
Matteo Guendouzi has revealed the crucial role Jeremie Aliadiere played in him turning down "some of the biggest clubs in Europe" and joining Arsenal last month.
The Guardian
Everton sporting director Marcel Brands admits the club paid over the odds for Richarlison.
The Times
West Ham are in dispute with their London Stadium landlord over the colour of the material that surrounds the pitch as the club are worried that it will resemble the navy blue of their rivals Tottenham.
Daily Express
Unai Emery has told his Arsenal players they are carrying too much fat and are not running far enough in matches as he attempts to turn the Gunners back into a Champions League outfit.
Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek is hoping to make the advanced third-man midfield spot his own under Maurizio Sarri.
Daily Star
Unai Emery is set to keep faith with Arsenal keeper Petr Cech for Saturday's clash at Chelsea.
The Scottish Sun
Dedryck Boyata faces the cold shoulder from Celtic team-mates after his Athens no-show.
Kyle Lafferty is edging closer to a return to Rangers - as they knocked back a Bordeaux bid for Alfredo Morelos.
Graeme Murty insists he never thought about walking out on Rangers.
Neil Lennon admits overcoming Molde in Norway would be his biggest achievement as Hibs manager.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   17/8/2018, 15:06

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours as Pogba, Willian and Ramsey futures are discussed
 August 17 2018, 09:26Football



Paper Talk for Friday include Pogba, Ramsey and Willian
The futures of Paul Pogba, Aaron Ramsey and Willian feature in today's back pages, along with another blow for Tottenham's new stadium.

THE SUN

Manchester United are refusing to sell Paul Pogba this summer - even after his latest bust-up with Jose Mourinho.
Chelsea held talks with Lyon over Nabil Fekir before the transfer deadline, but Maurizio Sarri opted against a deal.
Newcastle will have to pay a fee if they want to sign Salomon Rondon next summer after West Brom triggered a one-year extension.
Tottenham's Lucas Moura is wanted by Spanish side Real Betis, just six months after he switched to north London.
Spurs' builders fear the stadium will not be ready for another three months - after sending an SOS for more electricians.
Willian is set to be rewarded for standing by Chelsea with a new contract.
Real Madrid are set to launch a complaint to FIFA over Inter Milan's illegal tapping up of Luka Modric, according to reports.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Kyle Walker has tipped Phil Foden to step up into the Manchester City first team in Kevin De Bruyne's absence.
The EFL are under pressure from many Championship clubs to fully punish Birmingham for signing Kristian Pedersen, a Danish left-back, while under a transfer embargo.
DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal are confident Aaron Ramsey will sign a new contract, despite big-money offers from abroad.
Rangers fans clashed with baton-wielding police while Maribor fans burned flags and scarves at Thursday night's Europa League tie.
Luis Campos says he has not held talks with Manchester United over becoming their director of football, but confessed he feels proud to have been linked.
DAILY MAIL

Andy Halliday admits he was hoping to get revenge against Progres Niederkorn after Rangers booked their place in the Europa League play-offs.
THE TIMES

Spain's La Liga has announced that it plans to play regular league matches in the United States as part of a new 15-year deal but it can be revealed that the move has big hurdles to overcome before it becomes reality.
Clubs in Sky Bet League One and Two are up in arms over the rising costs that Premier League sides are imposing when they send out players on loan.
DAILY RECORD

Olivier Ntcham will not be sold this summer as Porto attempt to exploit Celtic's Champions League misery.
Odsonne Edouard is a major fitness doubt for Celtic's Europa League playoff opener.
SCOTTISH SUN

Dedryck Boyata's agents have jetted into Glasgow for showdown talks with Celtic.
Hibs boss Neil Lennon says he wants two more players for his 'thin' squad after watching Molde put his side out of the Europa League.
Former Kilmarnock star Souleymane Coulibaly could land a move to Partick Thistle.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   19/8/2018, 19:00

Paper Talk: Sunday's football transfer rumours and gossip from UK newspapers
 August 19 2018, 09:43Football



PSG are still interested in signing Danny Rose while Ruben Neves has become a January target for Manchester City. Check out all today's gossip.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

PSG are still interested in signing Tottenham left-back Danny Rose before the European transfer window closes.

Tottenham could make a cut-price £10m bid for Celtic's Kieran Tierney in January.

Barcelona will wait until next summer to launch a full-on bid to lure Paul Pogba away from Manchester United.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Ruben Neves has become a potential £60m January target for Manchester City.

Borussia Dortmund have placed a £68m price tag on midfielder Julian Weigl amid interest from Manchester City and PSG.

Liverpool have reportedly won the race to sign Ajax wonderkid Ki-Jana Hoever ahead of both Manchester clubs and Chelsea.

Tottenham fans are livid amid claims their new stadium will not be ready before Boxing Day.

Crystal Palace plan to send Jason Puncheon on loan to the Championship to get him fit.

Former West Ham striker Diafra Sakho wants to return to the Premier League after a short spell at Rennes.

Sean Dyche will launch a £15m January bid for Lille's Nicolas Pepe as he looks for a new winger.

Southampton plan to keep Sam Gallagher - despite Stoke trying to sign him.

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is interested in signing Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo on loan.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool are set to hand defender Andy Robertson a big pay rise after his impressive debut season at Anfield.

Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian are plotting a move for Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez.

Fulham are confident manager Slavisa Jokanovic will sign a new long-term deal before the end of the month.

Southampton are ready to loan out Matt Targett after rejecting a deal worth more than £15m from Fulham on Deadline Day.

SUNDAY RECORD

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has revealed how former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez is influencing his tactics in Europe.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Safety concerns mean Tottenham's move into their new stadium could be put back until 2019.

Huddersfield manager David Wagner has revealed he turned down the chance to leave the club as he feels he can take them further.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has warned Liverpool star Mohamed Salah he will have to deal with great expectations this season.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed he sent Manchester City's injured midfielder Kevin De Bruyne a get well message.

SUNDAY TIMES

David Moyes has emerged as a leading candidate to become the new head coach of the United States.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/8/2018, 19:21

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours and gossip
August 20 2018, 09:20Football



Premier League giants consider £60m Ruben Neves bid, £22m offered for Lookman, according to the back pages.

The Sun
Pep Guardiola is pondering a £60m bid for Wolves' Ruben Neves in January, after Manchester City lost out to Chelsea for Jorginho.
Manchester City are ready to sit down with John Stones over extending his £120k-a-week deal.
Arsenal have still not made any progress with Aaron Ramsey's new contract, sparking fears over his future.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek will hold showdown talks this week over his Chelsea future.
Daily Mirror
Loris Karius is in talks to move to Besiktas, with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp ready to let him leave.
RB Leipzig have made an improved £22m offer for Everton's Ademola Lookman (pictured, below).
Borussia Dortmund have put a £68m price tag on Julian Weigl to deter Manchester City and PSG.
Ademola Lookman
Daily Telegraph
Liverpool have been using rugby tackle bags to prepare Alisson for the rough and tumble of Premier League penalty areas.
Daily Mail
Alvaro Morata is adamant he is at Chelsea for the long haul after a summer of huge uncertainty over his future.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham have to go to Manchester United and prove they can be winners.
Daily Star
Can Roberto Firmino top the scoring charts this season?
Roberto Firmino (pictured, above) insists he is only focused on Liverpool at the moment and has no intention of leaving amid Barcelona speculation.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   21/8/2018, 19:25

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 August 21 2018, 09:08Football



Chelsea are to offer Eden Hazard a new £300k-per-week deal according to the back pages - it's the latest Paper Talk.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis is agonising over AC Milan's offer to give him a huge rise to his to £2.6m wages to quit the Emirates.
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is not convinced a loan move to the Sky Bet Championship is the best move for his long-term career - Aston Villa are interested in the 20-year-old.
DAILY MAIL
Chelsea are to offer Eden Hazard a new £300k-per-week deal to ward off Barcelona and Real Madrid interest.
Aaron Ramsey's Arsenal career is on the line after Unai Emery dropped the midfielder at Chelsea.
Tottenham's clash with Manchester City is set to be held at Wembley on Monday October 29, just over 24 hours after the national stadium is used for an NFL game between Jacksonville and Philadelphia.
Arsene Wenger had a bodyguard by his side at all games during his last two years as manager of Arsenal.
West Ham captain Mark Noble may lose his starting place to Carlos Sanchez or Pedro Obiang with Manuel Pellegrini worried about his side's midfield mobility.
Charlton Athletic staff are considering legal action against owner Roland Duchatelet over unpaid bonuses.
DAILY MIRROR
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is eyeing a loan transfer to Spain after barely being used in Chelsea's first two games but Maurizio Sarri wants him to stay and fight for his place.
Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers is wanted by Ipswich, Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea on loan.
Burton Albion are set to offer free agent striker Darren Bent a contract.
THE TIMES
Manchester United have given their backing to Jose Mourinho and insisted they have not sounded out Zinedine Zidane about taking over at Old Trafford.
Eden Hazard will wait to see if Chelsea reach the Champions League before deciding whether to sign a lucrative new deal at Stamford Bridge.
DAILY STAR
Jose Mourinho's plea to Ed Woodward that Manchester United should sell Anthony Martial before Europe's transfer window closes is set to be ignored.
Juan Mata has ordered Manchester United's players to stop sulking in the wake of their shock defeat at Brighton.
Norwich City defender Timm Klose is a £3.5m target for Basel and Hannover.
QPR have made an approach to Burnley to sign striker Nahki Wells on loan until January.
DAILY EXPRESS
Middlesbrough are keen on loan deals for Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon and Southampton's Matt Targett as well as Everton duo Mo Besic and Yannick Bolasie.
Rangers have made an improved bid for Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty and are confident an agreement can be reached before the end of the month.
THE SUN
Manchester City's Oleksandr Zinchenko is set to join Real Betis on a season-long loan deal after snubbing Wolves.
Thierry Henry wants to become the new manager of Bordeaux, according to Arsene Wenger.
DAILY RECORD
PFA Scotland chief Fraser Wishart has warned authorities not to ignore player views on artificial pitches after the potentially serious knee injury suffered by Rangers winger Jamie Murphy.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright says last season's war of words with Dundee counterpart Neil McCann is over as they prepare to meet on Saturday.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   23/8/2018, 20:03

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 23 2018, 11:59Football



Phil Foden in line for England call, while Tammy Abraham and Divock Origi are set for loan moves - according to the back pages...

Daily Telegraph
Manchester United fans have paid for a plane to fly an anti-Ed Woodward banner over Old Trafford.
Liverpool will only let Borussia Dortmund loan Divock Origi if they agree an obligation to buy him next summer.
The Sun
Gareth Southgate is considering Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden, 18, for his next England squad.
Maurizio Sarri has moved some of Chelsea's training sessions to the afternoon so his players can spend mornings with their families.
James Collins is in line for a shock return to West Ham - three months after being axed by email.
Ex-West Ham striker Carlton Cole has been declared bankrupt despite earning millions as a player.
Aston Villa are in pole position to complete a loan move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
Millwall are set to complete an initial loan deal with Barnsley for striker Tom Bradshaw and then break their transfer record by signing him for £1m in January.
Daily Mail
Manchester United fans have paid for a plane to fly an anti-Ed Woodward banner over Old Trafford.
Liverpool will only let Borussia Dortmund loan Divock Origi if they agree an obligation to buy him next summer.
The Times
West Ham's dispute with the London Stadium's owners has deepened after they were refused permission to reinstate the club's honours board in the West Stand.
Tottenham have lobbied supporters over a potential "neutral" venue should they be drawn at home in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
Aleksander Ceferin has been formally backed to serve another term as UEFA president by the Football Association.
Daily Express
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand was confronted by an angry supporter after the club's poor start to the season continued on Tuesday with a 3-0 home defeat by Bristol City.
Lee Carsley is in line to take over from sacked Gary Johnson as Cheltenham manager.
Daily Mirror
Thierry Henry will meet with Bordeaux's new owners on Thursday and is then expected to be confirmed as the Ligue 1 side's new manager.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek wants Chelsea to convince him why he should stay at Stamford Bridge with European sides queuing up to sign the England midfielder on loan.
Daily Star
Manchester United chiefs fear Jose Mourinho could have a meltdown without trusted assistant Rui Faria around.
Everton's Tom Davies will stay and fight for a place under new manager Marco Silva.
Crystal Palace midfielder Luka Milivojevic has been dropped by Serbia over his criticism of manager Mladen Krstajic at the World Cup.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/8/2018, 19:26

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Zidane targets Man Utd job
 August 24 2018, 09:35Football



Zinedine Zidane wants to take over at Manchester United while Danny Rose can leave Tottenham. Catch up with all of the back page headlines.

DAILY MAIL

Zinedine Zidane wants to take over from Jose Mourinho if he gets the boot from Manchester United.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is ready to sanction the sale of Danny Rose before the end of the month.
Manchester City want £16m for midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko, although Real Betis are still pushing to complete a loan move by August 31.
DAIL EXPRESS

Summer signing Fred could be one of the victims of a squad shake-up as Jose Mourinho ponders recalls for Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera against Tottenham.
Tom Ince has told Stoke team-mates they need to "grow some balls" after his side's poor start to the Championship season.
THE TIMES

Manchester United are set to unveil their first pink kit next week, which will pay homage to the city's former iconic football newspaper - The Pink.
Relations between staff and owners at Charlton have worsened to the extent that one employee had to ask his human resources department for permission to eat a packet of crisps at his desk.
DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho would have quit any other club than Manchester United over their transfer problems in the summer.
Danny Rose is edging closer to a move to Paris Saint-Germain, either on loan or a permanent deal.
Chelsea and West Ham are keeping tabs on Dagenham & Redbridge's teenage goalkeeper Tarek Najia.
Swansea want to sign Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan from Tottenham before next Friday's deadline.
THE SUN

Jose Mourinho will get money to spend in January but Manchester United won't be held to ransom over targets.
Middlesbrough have turned their attention to Rajiv van la Parra after missing out on Yannick Bolasie on loan.
Feuding Stoke stars Jack Butland and James McClean have held peace talks after a tunnel bust-up following the 3-0 defeat at home to Wigan.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Stoke are closing on the signing of Brentford midfielder Ryan Woods, initially on loan ahead of a £6.5m permanent move in January.
DAILY RECORD

Motherwell captain Peter Hartley could face an SFA rap over his comments about former Rangers star Fabio Cardoso's broken nose.
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos is set to earn his first Colombia call.
Sunderland are interested in taking Celtic forward Ryan Christie on loan.
Jai Quitongo is training with Partick Thistle with a view to earning a deal at Firhill.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   27/8/2018, 14:23

Mesut Ozil battling for his Arsenal future as Unai Emery has made it clear that he expects more from the club's biggest star - get all the latest rumours and gossip right here.

DAILY MIRROR
Mesut Ozil is already battling for his Arsenal future as Unai Emery has made it clear that he expects more in terms of work-rate from the club's biggest star.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Jose Mourinho has insisted he always puts his club's needs before his own as he challenged his Manchester United players to repay the faith of the fans against Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino has told his Tottenham players they must impress him all over again after their World Cup exploits forced him to embark on a rotation policy.
Roman Abramovich is looking to sell a minority stake at Chelsea.
THE SUN
AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso has blasted Chelsea loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko after his debut in Saturday's defeat to Napoli.
Mesut Ozil threw a sickie at training on Friday after Unai Emery revealed he would play his Arsenal stars in a different role against West Ham.
DAILY MAIL
Roman Abramovich is not ready to sell the club and will resume redevelopment work at Stamford Bridge.
DAILY STAR
Danny Rose is eyeing a Marseille transfer to keep his place in the England squad.
Danny Rose
Danny Rose
THE TIMES
Roman Abramovich will demand an offer of at least £2.5billion to consider selling Chelsea.
THE GUARDIAN
Crawley manager Harry Kewell is favourite to take over Notts County after Kevin Nolan was sacked at the weekend.
DAILY RECORD
Steven Gerrard has shot down suggestions he was preparing to launch a bid to snap up Ryan Gauld on loan from Sporting Lisbon.
Brendan Rodgers insists he wants to keep Dedryck Boyata after the Belgian marked his return to the Celtic team by grabbing the winner against Hamilton yesterday.
Marseille are weighing up a late deadline bid to land Moussa Dembele after making a personal check on the striker against Hamilton.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish reckons it would be a scandal if the national team was moved from Hampden.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/8/2018, 18:50

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 August 28 2018, 09:48Football

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is fighting to save his job after a shambolic night at Old Trafford, according to the Sun.

DAILY MIRROR
Aston Villa will step up contract talks with Jack Grealish early next month after Europe's main transfer windows shut.
Eden Hazard believes Chelsea can be genuine title challengers this season.
Roy Hodgson has slammed Swansea for insisting on playing their EFL Cup tie while refusing to allow Jordan Ayew to take the field.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Unai Emery will not come under any pressure from the Arsenal board over his handling of Mesut Ozil, with the head coach determined to avoid another Neymar situation.
Gary Cahill is ready to stay and fight for a Chelsea place, despite being frozen out of Maurizio Sarri's squad and facing uncertainty over his club captaincy.
Alex McLeish has warned absent Robert Snodgrass and James McArthur that Scotland places will not be guaranteed.
DAILY MAIL
Eden Hazard has warned Premier League opponents he will keep coming back for more, no matter how hard they kick him.
THE SUN
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is fighting to save his job after a shambolic night at Old Trafford.
Ilkay Gundogan revealed he saw a psychologist after being racially abused.
THE GUARDIAN
Liverpool will not allow Simon Mignolet to leave Anfield this week despite the Belgium international's desire for regular first-team football.
THE TIMES
Stoke are poised to offload Giannelli Imbula and Badou Ndiaye on loan.
Crystal Palace have become the first club in the Premier League to offer loan players to lower division sides for free - but only if they are picked for the team.
England have approached West Ham defender Declan Rice to try to persuade him to switch his allegiance from Ireland.
DAILY STAR
Barcelona star Gerard Pique says there is no chance he will ever return to Manchester United.
Pep Guardiola says the title race will only truly begin after the international break.
DAILY RECORD
Steven Gerrard is pushing Nottingham Forest to land Joe Worrall on loan in the next 24 hours.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic are in the mix to land Manchester City kid Douglas Luiz on loan.
Ex-Kilmarnock stars Robbie Muirhead and Aaron Tshibola look set to re-join the Ayrshire club.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/8/2018, 15:55

Paper Talk: Wednesday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 29 2018, 09:12Football


Jose Mourinho could be sacked if Man United lose on Sunday and Alexandre Lacazette could be on his way out of Arsenal, according to the back pages.

Daily Mail
Manchester United's players and staff believe Jose Mourinho could be sacked if he loses again at Burnley on Sunday.
Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles and winger Matt Ritchie were involved in a furious training-ground scrap and had to be separated by team-mates before the defeat to Chelsea.
Arsenal want Ivan Gazidis' future resolved in the next fortnight with members of the club's hierarchy expecting the chief executive to leave for AC Milan.
The Sun
Manchester United stars are confused by Jose Mourinho's chopping and changing of personnel and tactics.
Everton misfit Sandro Ramirez is wanted by Real Sociedad, according to reports.
Shahid Khan's son says he expects the Fulham owner's Wembley bid to go through.
The Times
The FA has come out in favour of clubs being allowed to have safe-standing areas in what campaigners regard as a significant move towards a change in the law on all-seater stadiums.
Jamie Vardy's withdrawal from international football could lead to a first senior England call-up for Jadon Sancho when Gareth Southgate names his squad on Thursday for the Nations League match against Spain.
Reiss Nelson is close to signing a new contract beyond next summer and will move from Arsenal to Hoffenheim on loan for this season.
Erik Lamela is confident he will be fit to play against Watford on Sunday after he suffered an injury in the warm-up before Tottenham's 3-0 win over Manchester United.
Daily Mirror
Alexandre Lacazette celebrates
Alexandre Lacazette celebrates
Alexandre Lacazette could quit Arsenal this week, according to reports in France.
Rafa Benitez is ready to send out a weakened team in the Carabao Cup after claiming he does not have the resources for Newcastle to seriously attack the competition.
Daily Telegraph
Kurt Zouma will not give up on his ambition to establish himself at Chelsea.
Manchester United have changed the layout of the home and away dressing rooms at Old Trafford to try to stop any repeat of the tunnel brawl that erupted in December between their players and rivals Manchester City.
Danny Rose is expected to stay at Tottenham until January and reject the chance of a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain or Marseille.
A US investment bank hired by Roman Abramovich could help to kick-start the halted redevelopment of Stamford Bridge within months, a source close to the Chelsea owner has claimed.
Daily Star
England boss Gareth Southgate is considering a shock recall for forgotten man Luke Shaw.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/8/2018, 15:17

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 30 2018, 09:08Football


Stoke forward set for shock move to PSG and Paul Pogba will force through a January move to Barcelona, according to the back pages...

The Times
Anthony Martial has been offered a new five-year deal at Manchester United and believes he can outlast Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.
Former Manchester City captain Yaya Toure has agreed to move to Olympiakos.
Southampton manager Mark Hughes says that Manolo Gabbiadini will not go out on loan despite his struggles in front of goal.
Ashley Young is set to be the surprise omission from the England squad that Gareth Southgate will name on Thursday.
Daily Mirror
Olivier Giroud is determined to battle it out with Alvaro Morata for a starting berth in the Chelsea side and will not leave before the European deadline on Friday.
UEFA is not optimistic Tottenham will play any of their Champions League group games at their new stadium this season.
Fruit juice is the latest product to come off the menu at Arsenal as Unai Emery continues his clampdown on players' diets.
The Sun
Manchester City are considering a move for Paris Saint-Germain's Adrien Rabiot, who was on the club's books in his early teenage years.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is losing patience with Chelsea after being told he could not join Schalke or Monaco on loan.
Barcelona midfielder Rafinha is set to complete a loan move to Real Betis.
Egypt FA officials have expressed their "absolute dismay and disgust" at Mo Salah's demands.
The Guardian
Luke Shaw could get a surprise England recall when Gareth Southgate names his England squad on Thursday, while there could also be a place for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.
Daily Telegraph
Stoke forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is in line for a shock move to Paris Saint-Germain, while midfielder Giannelli Imbula is set to join Rayo Vallecano on loan for the season.
Daily Express
Paul Pogba is ready to follow in Philippe Coutinho's footsteps by trying to force through a January move to Barcelona, according to reports in Spain.
Daily Star
Celtic are set to miss out on in-demand Manchester City midfielder Douglas Luiz, who is expected to complete a loan move to Fenerbahce.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   31/8/2018, 15:34

Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 August 31 2018, 09:39Football



Ed Woodward’s relationship with Jose Mourinho ‘better than ever’ as reports emerge of Red Devils’ interest in Roma star, according to the back pages.

The Sun
Middlesbrough will seal a deadline day loan move for Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon.
UEFA are plotting a third European club competition to run alongside the Champions League and Europa League.
New Real Madrid signing Mariano Diaz is set to take Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic No 7 shirt.
Brentford boss Dean Smith has threatened to complain about Jon Moss to the referees chief after he swore at their physio.
Daily Mail
Friends of Ed Woodward insist his relationship with Jose Mourinho is better than ever.
Liverpool's Lazar Markovic is wanted by Greek side PAOK on the final day of the transfer window.
Harry Kewell is set to leave Crawley and take over as boss at Notts County.
Paris Saint-Germain hope to conclude a deal for Stoke City's Eric Choupo-Moting.
Harry Kewell is expected to take over at Notts County
Harry Kewell is expected to take over at Notts County
The Times
Ed Woodward has increased his attendance at Manchester United training sessions as concerns grow over their start to the season.
Daily Express
Manchester United hope to push through a move for Roma star Lorenzo Pellegrini in January.
The Guardian
Manchester United have denied talk of a rift between manager Jose Mourinho and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Daily Telegraph
Tottenham are struggling to sell the naming rights to their new stadium because of the £200m price tag placed on it by Daniel Levy.
Daily Mirror
Middlesbrough are set to force through a £7m deadline day deal for Millwall midfielder George Saville, who will initially join the club on loan until January.
Daily Star
Steven Gerrard wants to make striker Dominic Solanke the latest Liverpool player to join Rangers on loan.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   31/8/2018, 15:38

Ed Woodward’s relationship with Jose Mourinho ‘better than ever’ as reports emerge of Red Devils’ interest in Roma star, according to the back pages.

The Sun
Middlesbrough will seal a deadline day loan move for Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon.
UEFA are plotting a third European club competition to run alongside the Champions League and Europa League.
New Real Madrid signing Mariano Diaz is set to take Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic No 7 shirt.
Brentford boss Dean Smith has threatened to complain about Jon Moss to the referees chief after he swore at their physio.
Daily Mail
Friends of Ed Woodward insist his relationship with Jose Mourinho is better than ever.
Liverpool's Lazar Markovic is wanted by Greek side PAOK on the final day of the transfer window.
Harry Kewell is set to leave Crawley and take over as boss at Notts County.
Paris Saint-Germain hope to conclude a deal for Stoke City's Eric Choupo-Moting.
Harry Kewell is expected to take over at Notts County
Harry Kewell is expected to take over at Notts County
The Times
Ed Woodward has increased his attendance at Manchester United training sessions as concerns grow over their start to the season.
Daily Express
Manchester United hope to push through a move for Roma star Lorenzo Pellegrini in January.
The Guardian
Manchester United have denied talk of a rift between manager Jose Mourinho and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Daily Telegraph
Tottenham are struggling to sell the naming rights to their new stadium because of the £200m price tag placed on it by Daniel Levy.
Daily Mirror
Middlesbrough are set to force through a £7m deadline day deal for Millwall midfielder George Saville, who will initially join the club on loan until January.
Daily Star
Steven Gerrard wants to make striker Dominic Solanke the latest Liverpool player to join Rangers on loan.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   3/9/2018, 18:59

Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours from the back pages
 September 03 2018, 08:59Football



Manuel Pellegrini is not in imminent danger of the sack despite West Ham's awful start to the campaign, according to the back pages.

DAILY MAIL
Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi could face an FA punishment for his celebration against Cardiff on Sunday.
DAILY STAR
Kevin De Bruyne has been given the green light to step up his Manchester City recovery after a consultation in Barcelona.
Jean Michael Seri says Fulham were the only Premier League club that showed real interest in him back when he left Portugal in 2015.
DAILY MIRROR
Manuel Pellegrini is not in imminent danger of the sack despite West Ham's awful start to the campaign.
Sadio Mane has been filmed cleaning the toilets of his local mosque just hours after Liverpool's win.
Ipswich boss Paul Hurst will hold further talks with James Collins over adding the former West Ham defender to his squad.
THE SUN
Jose Mourinho gave Manchester United fans his coat after they won at Burnley.
DAILY RECORD
Scotland U21 goalkeeper Jack Ruddy hopes to gain added first-team experience by joining Spanish side Jumilla on loan from parent club Wolves.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   4/9/2018, 19:14

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours and gossip
 September 04 2018, 09:36Football



Javi Gracia set for new contract after Watford's perfect start and John Terry could be set to return to Aston Villa, according to the back pages…

Daily Mail
Jose Mourinho has told an Italian newspaper he does not think he is in danger of the Manchester United sack.
Watford are keen to reward manager Javi Gracia after their excellent start to the Premier League season.
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford angrily kicked a dressing-room door at Turf Moor after he was sent off.
Manchester City have serious concerns about the state of the Wembley pitch when they play Tottenham next month.
Mauricio Pochettino is the first Premier League manager to fall foul of new rules governing abuse on the touchline.
The Sun
Tottenham could open their new stadium with a mouth-watering clash with Chelsea on November 24.
Manchester City want Tottenham to pay for their fans' travel arrangements after their Premier League clash was moved to Wembley.
Manchester City will wait until the end of the season before discussing whether to offer Vincent Kompany a new deal.
Lazar Markovic has been left out of Liverpool's 25-man Premier League squad after failing to secure a move to Anderlecht.
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is to launch a desperate bid to bring John Terry back to Aston Villa.
The Times
West Ham will face a compensation bill of £15m should they sack manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Ireland could form part of a joint bid with England and the other home nations to host the 2030 World Cup.
Daily Mirror
Harry Kane's fitness is a concern for England boss Gareth Southgate going into the international break.
Sunderland's Papy Djilobodji faces legal action from the club if he continues to be AWOL.
Daily Star
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has taken a swipe at his former Chelsea team-mates - saying he's at a higher level now.
Manchester Utd stars are fearful Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba are set to fall out as reports emerge Barcelona are monitoring the situation.
The Guardian
Jurgen Klopp has no plans to rotate goalkeepers in the Champions League - Alisson will be his No 1.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   5/9/2018, 19:20

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours as Sporting Lisbon eye John Terry
 September 05 2018, 09:31Football


John Terry could now be heading to Portugal with Sporting Lisbon interested, while Arsenal are eyeing up a former Chelsea left back in today's papers.

DAILY MIRROR

John Terry could join Sporting Lisbon if Pedro Madeira Rodrigues becomes the club's new president.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has warned that his stars are not at their top level yet.
Arsenal are in a four-way battle with Sevilla, Lyon and Real Betis for Lille winger Nicolas Pepe.
DAILY MAIL

Pep Guardiola has banned mobile phones from the Manchester City training ground.
The FA will have a say on who will take over as Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore.
Barcelona's Luis Suarez is encouraging Manchester United's Paul Pogba to come to the Nou Camp.
GUARDIAN

José Mourinho is among top coaches calling on UEFA to review away goals rule
THE TIMES

Manager Unai Emery and senior Arsenal figures are growing irritated over the uncertainty surrounding the future of Ivan Gazidis.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

The Premier League wants Brexit exemption over fears stars could be denied work permits.
VAR is to face a critical Premier League trial when club football returns to action on September 15.
THE SUN

Pablo Zabaleta has warned his West Ham team-mates they are NOT too good to go down this season.
Arsenal are eyeing a swoop for ex-Chelsea ace Filipe Luis as his Atletico Madrid deal runs down.
The Government is imposing a ban on gambling adverts at Wembley as part of strict conditions on its sale.
Cristiano Ronaldo is on a staggering £19.5m more a year than any other Serie A player.
DAILY EXPRESS

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster has revealed he feels sorry for struggling Arsenal shot-stopper Petr Cech.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   6/9/2018, 20:21

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours
 September 06 2018, 10:51Football



Could John Terry be the answer to Manchester United's defensive woes? Get the latest transfer gossip in Thursday's Paper Talk.

DAILY MAIL
Tottenham could be ordered by the Premier League to play their entire season's home games at Wembley amid growing concerns that their new stadium may not be ready until after Christmas.

Liverpool and Manchester United are monitoring Rochdale teenager Luke Matheson following his fairytale debut.

Gareth Southgate is planning to make his England players sit through the play-back of their World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia.

Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman says Declan Rice will be welcomed back into the squad with 'open arms' should he declare his allegiance to their country instead of England.

Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack is poised to join up with former sprint king Usain Bolt at Central Coast Mariners in Australia.

THE SUN
Manchester United's wage bill is set to push the £300m mark.

Former Manchester United head of recruitment Javier Ribalta claims he wanted to sign Emre Can and Leon Goretzka before quitting for Russia.

Jose Mourinho's quest to bring a new centre-half to Manchester United has reportedly led him to Atletico Madrid's Lucas Hernandez.

Manchester City are reportedly lining up a swoop for £54m-rated Real Betis left-back Junior Firpo.

Sunderland are considering sacking rebel Papy Djilobodji after he finally turned up for training yesterday - 72 days late.

John Terry has been tipped as the shock man to solve Jose Mourinho's Manchester United defensive crisis.

Fulham are ready to hand keeper Marcus Bettinelli a new contract after interest from West Ham and Crystal Palace.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Gareth Southgate is to closely monitor Danny Ings over the next few weeks with a view to calling up the striker for the next England squad.

Dominic Solanke's struggle for regular game-time at Liverpool is becoming an increasing concern for the England hierarchy.

The FA is set to rake in tens of millions of pounds from the vast increase in the England team's brand appeal since the World Cup.

Premier League referees chiefs may have wrongly interpreted the rules by telling officials no goal should ever be awarded if the ball comes off a player's hand.

DAILY MIRROR
Alvaro Morata has criticised Antonio Conte's style of play at Chelsea, and claimed that he should have taken two months off last season due to injury.

Liverpool chief Peter Moore has held talks with Mayor Joe Anderson over the club's plans for Anfield.

Unai Emery has invited seven academy players to train with the Arsenal first-team as he looks to instill his philosophy through the squad.

SCOTTISH SUN
Albania coach Alban Bushi reckons 'world class' Eros Grezda should have signed for a bigger club than Rangers.

Ryan Christie has revealed he's put on more than a stone in muscle since he moved to Parkhead.

DAILY STAR
Chelsea star Alvaro Morata has revealed he wants to return to Real Madrid at some point in his career.

Manchester United are reportedly lining up Wolves boss Nuno Santo to replace Jose Mourinho.

THE GUARDIAN
Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster will be forced to wait before he is thrown into the first team after an injury setback.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/9/2018, 19:38

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk and rumours as Martial scraps Man Utd contract talk
 September 07 2018, 10:15Football



Anthony Martial has scrapped Man Utd contract talks and Gary Cahill wants to leave Chelsea, all in today's back pages.

THE SUN

Anthony Martial has binned Manchester United contract talks until he knows what is happening with Jose Mourinho.
Gary Cahill will try to quit Chelsea in January unless he gets more first-team action.
Arsenal have snapped-up nine-year-old South African wonderkid Jayden Adetiba after a five-week trial.
Jurgen Klopp makes all of his players learn English... and will get rid of those who don't make enough effort.
DAILY MIRROR

Dele Alli believes his England World Cup heroes are ready to win the nation's first trophy since 1966.
Jordan Pickford has spoken up on behalf of the goalkeepers' union by defending Petr Cech.
Alisher Usmanov is considering a move for Charlton Athletic after cashing in his Arsenal shares.
DAILY MAIL

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has revealed he found out he had been sacked by Napoli after seeing it on TV.
A specially convened FA council meeting on October 24 looks like being pivotal to the proposed £600m sale of Wembley to Fulham owner Shahid Khan.
Girona claim to have received and accepted a proposal to face Barcelona in a controversial La Liga game in the United States.
Manchester City have signed 16-year-old goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu from Shamrock Rovers for £420k.
DAILY STAR

Liverpool have reportedly held positive talks with Paris Saint-Germain star Adrien Rabiot about a move.
Atletico Madrid reportedly want to raise Lucas Hernandez's release clause to £135m to ward off interest from Manchester United.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly keen on Ajax youngster Frenkie de Jong who has caught the attention of Barcelona.
DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson believes there are several underperforming stars in Jose Mourinho's side that need to up their game if they want silverware this season.
DAILY RECORD

Ryan Christie admits Moussa Dembele exit from Celtic has given him his chance to star.
Craig Gordon has won the battle for Belgium - but Old Firm glove rival Allan McGregor will be back to face Albania.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/9/2018, 18:55

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk and rumours as Martial scraps Man Utd contract talk
 September 08 2018, 10:38Football


Saturday's Paper Talk focuses on England's clash with Spain, where Marcus Rashford could start, while there's ambitious talk from Harry Kewell.

DAILY MIRROR
Gareth Southgate is considering starting Marcus Rashford in the Nations League clash with Spain.

Gareth Southgate has told his England players they will have to more "aggressive and brave" if they want to be a top team.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Gareth Southgate has hailed Harry Kane as the best centre-forward in the world as the England captain prepares to receive the World Cup Golden Boot.

Joe Gomez is set to start England's opening UEFA Nations League match against Spain on Saturday with Luke Shaw also expected to be selected, ahead of Danny Rose.

THE INDEPENDENT
Gareth Southgate has told the England team that their biggest job going into the Nations League is to convince themselves that this summer's heroic World Cup performance was not a one-off.

DAILY STAR
HSBC have pulled out of negotiations to buy the naming rights at Tottenham's new stadium.

DAILY EXPRESS
Harry Kewell wants to manage Liverpool - and he thinks Steven Gerrard will challenge him for the job.

SCOTTISH SUN
Kyle Lafferty says everyone in the Rangers dressing room believes they will win their club's 55th league title this season.

Rangers new boy Eros Grezda has been sent home from the Albania squad because of concerns over his ankle injury.

DAILY MAIL
Arsenal denied Santi Cazorla a summer trial following his comeback from injury before he left to return to Villarreal.

Manchester City winger Leroy Sane left the Germany squad to be with his girlfriend who is due to give birth to their first child.

The FA are in ongoing talks with Wayne Rooney to arrange a farewell presentation following his retirement from international football.

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has been showing his players official UEFA videos in order to explain the new Nations League format.

THE SUN
Tottenham have refused to pay Manchester City fans their travel costs for their rearranged Premier League fixture in October.

Watford manager Javi Gracia says he is happy for his side to be compared to Leicester's 2015/16 title-winning team.

THE TIMES
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin says he has been affected by homophobic abuse directed at him online and at football grounds.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/9/2018, 20:17

Paper Talk: Tuesday's football transfer rumours and gossip including news on Mesut Ozil
 September 11 2018, 10:18Football




Mesut Ozil has been linked with a shock move to Fenerbahce according to the Daily Mail. Check out all today's gossip.

DAILY MAIL

Mesut Ozil has been linked with a shock move to Fenerbahce as the Turkish giants look at his future.

England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd is ready to unleash Chelsea youngster Mason Mount on Latvia.

Tottenham's new stadium is ready to be played in on the new FIFA football game before real life.

The Northern Irish FA are ignoring calls to scrap the match against Israel despite planned protests.

DAILY MIRROR

New Manchester United youngster Diogo Dalot has suggested he will be in the squad for the clash at Watford.

THE SUN

Gazza reckons England's current crop can be world beaters - they just have to take risks.

Ian Wright says Gareth Southgate was spot on when he said England have not had a player like Gazza in 50 years.

Sunderland have been forced to pay £6.4m in transfer fees for two AWOL players.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   12/9/2018, 18:58

Barcelona have targeted Man City's Ilkay Gundogan while both Milan clubs want Cesc Fabregas according to today's papers.

THE SUN

Ilkay Gundogan is ready to turn down interest from Barcelona and open contract talks with Manchester City.
Marcelo has become the latest star footballer in Spain to be punished for unpaid taxes, with the left-back accepting a four-month suspended prison sentence and a £1.1m fine.
Hundreds of Crossrail workers have walked out after being offered £400 a day to help finish Spurs' delayed new stadium.
DAILY EXPRESS

AC Milan and Inter Milan are set for a tug of war over the signature of Cesc Fabregas, whose Chelsea deal expires at the end of the season.
DAILY MAIL

Chelsea goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon has branded Hugo Lloris 'overrated', and says PSG keeper Alphonse Areola should be France's No 1.
The Premier League is set to bankroll the Professional Footballers Association for another three years despite the concern over the way chief executive Gordon Taylor remains in total control of the organisation.
DAILY MIRROR

Matteo Guendouzi's impressive start to life at Arsenal could spark a fight over his international future, with France and Morocco both keen on the midfielder.
Chelsea have made a 'big mistake' in allowing Tiemoue Bakayoko to join AC Milan on loan, according to his former Monaco team-mate Fabinho.
Gianluigi Buffon is on a collision course with Thomas Tuchel after the PSG head coach confirmed Alphonse Areola was his first-choice goalkeeper.
THE TIMES

English football and the Premier League should be 'streamlined', with fewer domestic matches played, says European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli.
DAILY RECORD

Scott Brown has revealed he is set to sign a new contract at Celtic, with his current deal due to expire at the end of the season.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown has blasted the atmosphere at Hampden Park, and says the SFA have made the wrong decision in continuing to stage Scotland matches at the ground.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   14/9/2018, 18:57

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours as Real Madrid eye PSG duo
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10:12 · September 14, 2018 · 2 min read


Real Madrid are ready to break the bank for Kylian Mbappe or Neymar from PSG - who in turn are after Ruben Neves. Catch up with the latest back page rumours.

THE SUN

Real Madrid are set to splash out £330m on the next Galactico, with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe targeted.
Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves is wanted by French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Arsenal and Real Madrid are set to battle it out for Porto star Hector Herrera.
Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been dealt an injury blow and faces at least two weeks on the sidelines.
Barcelona want to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez.
THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester United's Paul Pogba is a 'show-off' but he backs it up, says Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure.
THE MIRROR

Liverpool's Brazilian trio Alisson, Firmino and Fabinho are set to face Tottenham after racing back from Brazil duty in the US by private jet.
THE TIMES

Manuel Pellegrini is growing increasingly frustrated that news of his team selections at West Ham is routinely being leaked before he has announced it to his players.
An independent inquiry has been launched into Everton's recruitment of Marco Silva that could result in the club facing a substantial fine or even a points deduction.
Raheem Sterling is seeking a substantial hike on his £175,000-a-week contract that expires in 2020.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

West Ham co-owner David Gold wants a reduction in agent power to stop them sucking money out of the game.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has challenged Mesut Ozil to do more and raise his performances.
Liverpool are planning to appoint a former Manchester United goalkeeping coach Jack Robinson to Jurgen Klopp's backroom staff.
DAILY MAIL

Mauricio Pochettino has warned Hugo Lloris he was lucky to escape with only a criminal conviction and a fine after drink-driving.
Hundreds of Manchester United season-ticket holders are being moved out of their seats for the Champions League clash with Valencia.
Jack Wilshere has missed the last two days of training at West Ham after suffering an ankle injury and faces a battle to be fit for Sunday's game against Everton.
The Premier League are understood to have had a long list of 35 candidates to succeed Richard Scudamore as chief executive.
DAILY EXPRESS

Roy Hodgson has revealed Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek is still wanted at Crystal Palace.
John Terry will not be joining Derby, his former Chelsea team-mate and Rams manager Frank Lampard has confirmed.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   15/9/2018, 20:32

Football Paper Talk: Latest football transfer talk & rumours with more on Anthony Martial.
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09:55 · September 15, 2018 · 2 min read


Manchester United are refusing to sell Anthony Martial because they would owe 50 per cent of the profits to Monaco, according to The Sun.

THE SUN

Manchester United are refusing to sell Anthony Martial because they would owe 50 per cent of the profits to Monaco.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jose Mourinho admits he is in the dark over Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United.

Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez insists he has no regrets about selling Aleksandar Mitrovic to Fulham.

Unai Emery is to limit his squad rotation as Arsenal prioritise the Europa League.

Pep Guardiola has told Gareth Southgate that Phil Foden is ready to play for England now.

DAILY MAIL

Mauricio Pochettino has demanded his players must go for the 'kill' against Liverpool after Tottenham's defeat at Watford.

West Ham's Jack Wilshere will have tests on Tuesday to assess the damage to his left ankle.

THE GUARDIAN

Unai Emery has praised Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez as a pioneer and demands his Arsenal team must improve.

DAILY RECORD

Neil Lennon has questioned if there is an agenda at play after Steven Gerrard escaped an SFA rap while Steve Clarke did not.

DAILY EXPRESS

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock wants to leave Chelsea on Saturday having laid down a marker to take Ethan Ampadu on loan in January.

Zinedine Zidane has been backed to return to management by Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui amid speculation linking him with Manchester United.

DAILY MIRROR

Unai Emery insists Arsenal players must speak English in the dressing room.

Manuel Pellegrini has told his West Ham players to "trust" his attacking philosophy because he has been winning with it for 35 years.

Pep Guardiola has told Leroy Sane he must prove he has the hunger to win back his Manchester City place.

Marcos Rojo suffered an injury setback as he limped out of Manchester United Under 23's fixture with Reading.

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