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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   18/8/2016, 11:58

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Thursday August 18

 
Chelsea have made a move for Napoli's Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly for what could be a club record fee of £60m.
Manchester United striker James Wilson is at the centre of a transfer battle between Championship rivals Fulham and Derby County.

Joe Hart may be on his way out of Manchester City as Everton look to bring in the England goalkeeper.
West Ham starlet Reece Oxford will get his chance in the Premier League this season after impressing boss Slaven Bilic.
Danny Drinkwater has rejected a new and improved £80,000-a-week Leicester deal, with Tottenham keen to sign the Premier League winner.
Adama Traore has told Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo he wants to quit the club.
West Brom will refuse to sell defender Jonny Evans to Arsenal.
Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is heading back to Juventus on loan after "failing to impress Antonio Conte".
Former Tottenham flop Benjamin Stambouli will decide his future at Paris Saint-Germain this week, amid interest from Schalke and Real Betis.

Middlesbrough are considering a new bid for Hull centre-back Harry Maguire.
West Brom are set to go in again for Jeff Schlupp after seeing a £12m bid rejected by champions Leicester. 
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has received a boost in his protracted attempts to sign Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi. The Spanish club have admitted they will have to sell "to balance the books".
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could turn to Porto centre-back Bruno Martins Indi to solve his defensive woes.

Liverpool's Mario Balotelli could be in line for a sensational move to Championship side Wolves thanks to his links with super agent Jorge Mendes and Jose Mourinho.
Arsenal have enquired about Fenerbahce's Denmark international defender Simon Kjaer, who is rated at £13m by the Turkish side.

Juventus are weighing up a second offer for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, amid claims the Gunners turned down a £43m bid from the Italian giants earlier this summer.
David Moyes has turned to the Championship as he looks to bolster his Sunderland squad, with his attentions focused on Nottingham Forest's Britt Assombalonga.
Manchester United are ready to step up their interest in £29m-rated Monaco defender Fabinho,  
Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto is being tracked by three clubs - Benfica, Sevilla and Valencia - according to reports.

Arsenal have opened negotiations with Atletico Madrid over £40m-rated centre back Jose Gimenez as Arsene Wenger steps up his pursuit of defensive reinforcements.
Liandro Martis, a 20-year-old forward who had a trial with Manchester United, is to sign for Premier League rivals Leicester City.

Joe Hart is intent on leaving Manchester City before the transfer window closes if a move beneficial to his career is on offer, otherwise the out-of-favour goalkeeper will stay.

Sam Allardyce has rejected an offer from the FA to dictate the playing style and tactics of England's junior teams.
Antonio Conte has instructed Eden Hazard to put on more muscles to help him regain the form that led to him winning the PFA Player of the Year and the Footballer of the Year awards the season before last. 

Ross County striker Brian Graham has confirmed Hibernian want to sign him.
Dundee will need to almost double their offer if they are to sign St Mirren midfielder Stevie Mallan.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   19/8/2016, 15:17

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Friday August 19

 
Manchester City have moved a step closer to signing Claudio Bravo from Barcelona in a £17.4million deal; Barca’s capture of Ajax keeper Jasper Cillessen for £10million means they will now let Bravo head to the Etihad.
Brighton are looking to boost their promotion bid with a £4million bid for Blackburn's Shane Duffy.
Huddersfield Town defender Jason Davidson is set for a loan move to Eredivisie club Groningen for the rest of the season.
Arsenal want starlet Chris Willock to sign a new deal before letting him leave on loan.

Juan Cuadrado's exit from Chelsea looks increasingly likely as Juventus confirm they want to re-sign winger on loan after last season’s title win.
Christian Eriksen is poised to sign a new Tottenham contract amid continued reports of interest from Juventus.
Watford have agreed a fee with Sunderland for defender Younes Kaboul as Walter Mazzarri is keen to strengthen his defence before the transfer deadline.
Arsene Wenger will not follow up interest in Jose Gimenez as Atletico Madrid want over £40million for the defender.
Chelsea have agreed to sign Portuguese goalkeeper Eduardo, 33, from Dinamo Zagreb, according to the Croatian club’s boss.

Newcastle have expressed interest in Utrecht's French striker Sebastien Haller, who has also been linked with Everton, Sporting Lisbon and Monaco.
Hull are in talks with Everton over £13.5million flop Oumar Niasse as Ronald Koeman looks to offload the striker on loan.
Joe Hart is interested in a move to Sevilla but such a deal would mean Manchester City heavily subsidising his £140,000-a-week salary.
West Ham are maintaining a watching brief on developments with Man City striker Wilfried Bony as they contemplate ways to solve their growing injury list.

Arsenal are reportedly set to come to an agreement with Valencia for Shkodran Mustafi with a fee of £25.9m being paid.
Manchester City are weighing up a move for Fulham full-back Ryan Sessegnon, according to reports. The 16-year-old made his full debut in the 1-1 draw with Leeds on Tuesday.

Carlos Bacca has decided to stay at AC Milan - rejecting interest from West Ham.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is keen to seal a deal for Wolfsburg's £22million-rated left-back Ricardo Rodriguez before deadline day, according to reports.

Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo is weighing up a £3million bid for Tottenham Hotspur defender DeAndre Yedlin after stepping up his search for a new right-back.

Sunderland are reportedly keen on Nottingham Forest’s Scottish international winger Oliver Burke.
Joleon Lescott’s potential move to Rangers has gathered serious pace and the ex-England defender is heading to Glasgow ahead of a medical on Friday.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/8/2016, 11:34

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Saturday August 20

 
Chelsea are locked in talks over a £60m deal for Real Madrid's James Rodriguez as Antonio Conte looks to bolster his squad.
Leicester and Newcastle are reportedly battling for Wolfsburg ace Bas Dost.

Slaven Bilic insists West Ham must stay in the Europa League to attract a new signing - after ordering in his players to the training ground just hours after their 5am return from Romania.
Arsenal have finally bid for Valencia centre-back Shkodran Mustafi - offering £26m for their No1 transfer target.
Ashley Cole wants to return to Stamford Bridge in a scouting role when he retires from playing.
Manchester City outcast Samir Nasri has entered negotiations with Turkish club Besiktas over a loan move.

Sam Allardyce has appointed Leicester assistant manager Craig Shakespeare as his new England first-team coach, duties he will undertake alongside his current role with the Foxes.
Tony Pulis has told Arsenal that West Brom's response to any bid for Jonny Evans will be dependent on them first finding a replacement.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has admitted Chelsea striker Diego Costa was his No 1 transfer target this summer. 
Leicester defender Liam Moore is poised for a move to Championship club Reading in a £1m deal.

Diego Lopez is expected to join Chelsea from AC Milan in the next few days as backup to first choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
In-demand Sunderland defender Lamine Kone will hand in a transfer request as he looks to force through a move to Everton.
Romelu Lukaku has told their manager Ronald Koeman that he will ignore overtures from Chelsea to stay at Goodison Park for at least another season.

Valencia owner Peter Lim has held talks with Manchester United over the possibility of signing Juan Mata on loan.
Roberto Di Matteo has identified Huddersfield striker Nahki Wells as an alternative signing to Chelsea's Patrick Bamford.

Valencia's Shkodran Mustafi will have a medical at Arsenal on Monday after £29.5m fee agreed.
Antonio Conte insists Chelsea will not pay over the odds for players in the 'crazy' transfer market.

Ex-Rangers and Scotland winger Chris Burke is training with Kilmarnock; he has been without a club since leaving Nottingham Forest at the end of last season.
Ross County striker Brain Graham has been at Hibernian's training ground for a medical and looks set to complete a move to Easter Road.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   21/8/2016, 11:40

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Sunday August 21

 
Chelsea have moved their sights to Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic with Romelu Lukaku set to stay with Everton.
Arsenal have targeted a move for Porto's £40m-rated winger Yacine Brahimi after missing out on Riyad Mahrez.
Sam Allardyce is expected to watch Jermain Defoe on Sunday and could pick the Sunderland striker for his first England squad if he impresses against Middlesbrough.
Sunderland have joined Arsenal and Liverpool in the race to sign young Nottingham Forest midfielder Oliver Burke.
Leicester City are set to move for Dynamo Kiev defender Aleksandar Dragovic, with a deal now unlikely for Burnley centre-half Michael Keane.
Tottenham have rejected a £10m bid from Bundesliga side Schalke for midfielder Nabil Bentaleb.
Sunderland's hopes of signing AC Milan's Japan forward Keisuke Honda appear to be diminishing.

Chelsea have made a £60m offer to Real Madrid for James Rodriguez after giving up hope of tempting Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool are weighing up an £18m offer for Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes.
Tottenham have reached an agreement with Marseille over the £11m transfer of 21-year-old winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, with Clinton N'Jie heading the other way.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has blasted Aston Villa owner Tony Xia over claims a move for Joleon Lescott fell through over personal terms.
Jose Mourinho is plotting one more defensive addition to his Manchester United squad and will make an offer to Southampton for Jose Fonte.

Talks are underway between Manchester United and Bastian Schweinsteiger over a severance package for the German to leave the club.
Arsenal have been told they will have to sell Alexis Sanchez to Atletico Madrid if they want to sign the Spanish club's defender Jose Gimenez.
Joel Campbell is set to have a medical with Sporting Lisbon ahead of a move from Arsenal to Portugal.

Inter Milan defender Mauro Icardi is poised to snub Arsenal and sign a lucrative new contract, which will include an £86m buyout clause.
Marouane Fellaini is set to be offered a new two-year deal by Manchester United.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is tempted to make a last-gasp £25million bid for Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini.
Sunderland boss David Moyes has banned defender Lamine Kone from the club until the transfer window closes after he rejected the offer of a new contract.

Barcelona are allowing Claudio Bravo to join Manchester City after agreeing a £12m deal with Ajax for goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.
Cillessen's impending move to Spain could see Newcastle 'keeper Tim Krul replace him at Ajax.
Manchester City's England goalkeeper Joe Hart has been told by director of football Txiki Begiristain that it would be in everyone's best interests if he left the club this month.
Everton have offered £9million for Lyon winger Rachid Ghezzal but face competition from Southampton.
Sky Bet Championship club Wolves want to take 19-year-old Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson on loan.

An £800m takeover bid backed by the Chinese government has the potential to make Liverpool the richest club in the Premier League.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants to make Southampton defender Jose Fonte his fifth major signing of the summer

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   27/8/2016, 12:26

Liverpool have made an £11m bid for Borussia Dortmund's teenage sensation Christian Pulisic and will battle it out with Stoke City for his signature.
Aitor Karanka says Ben Gibson can follow in a line of Middlesbrough defenders to play for England.

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has not given up on a potential loan deal for Wilfried Bony, despite landing £25m Simone Zaza from Juventus.
Chelsea have turned to former Bolton defender Marcos Alonso in their search for a new left-back.
Manchester City are prepared to pay the bulk of Joe Hart's £120,000-a-week wages to help him find another club.
Hull City and Middlesbrough are among the Premier League clubs chasing Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.

Tottenham are showing interest in signing Manchester City's defender Eliaquim Mangala before Wednesday's transfer deadline.
Aston Villa's Jores Okore is set to sign for FC Copenhagen - and could line up for the Danish champions against Leicester in the Champions League.
Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Mario has arrived in Milan for a medical ahead of his proposed move to Inter.
Gabriel Barbosa has been linked with a number of clubs this summer but he looks to have finally decided that he will join Inter Milan - snubbing the advances of Leicester City, Manchester United and even Barcelona.
Ronald Koeman is expecting a two-year wait before he can tempt big names to Everton ahead of the top clubs in the Premier League.
Newcastle are close to sealing a £5m move for Ipswich striker Daryl Murphy.

Liverpool have launched an £11m bid for Borussia Dortmund's American teenager Christian Pulisic.
Manchester United have been told to pay £25m if they want to sign Fabinho from Monaco.
Marcelo Brozovic's agent has revealed Chelsea and Arsenal want to sign the Inter Milan midfielder.
Newcastle are in talks with Chelsea over a loan move for Christian Atsu.

Chelsea have turned to former Bolton left back Marcos Alonso as Antonio Conte scrambles to recruit defenders before the transfer window closes.
Sunderland are in pursuit of a new goalkeeper after Vito Mannone's elbow ligament injury will keep him out for three months. David Moyes is also looking to complete a deal for Vicente Iborra.
Joe Hart will be offered the chance to end his Manchester City hell by signing a loan deal with Sunderland.
Real Madrid's James Rodriguez will not join Juventus this summer, insists the Italian club's chief executive Giuseppe Marotta, despite Zinedine Zidane's apparent willingness to sell.

Southampton are set to break their transfer record to sign Sofiane Boufal from Lille after the two clubs moved closer to an agreement over the fee for the Morocco forward.
Sunderland have had a £7m offer for Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra accepted and remain keen on also signing Yann M'Vila from Rubin Kazan.

Everton and Crystal Palace are both set to make late bids for Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko as the Frenchman continues to search for an escape route from the Championship.

Vincent Kompany looks set to escape the ruthless cull that Pep Guardiola is undertaking at Manchester City.
West Brom will rival Crystal Palace and Everton for the signature of Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
West Ham may be prepared to take Wilfried Bony on loan from Manchester City. If they sign the Ivorian, Enner Valencia may leave for Aston Villa.
Tottenham's Nacer Chadli favours a move to Swansea, who have offered £12m for him, over West Brom, who have also put in a bid.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/8/2016, 15:44

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Sunday August 28

 
John Terry has snubbed the chance to play for England after an approach by new boss Sam Allardyce.
Liverpool are in pole position to land Croatian whiz kid Ante Coric ­after the collapse of his £15m move to Manchester City.
Torino are ready to offer Joe Hart an escape from his Manchester City nightmare.

Tottenham are lining up a sensational swoop for Real Madrid star Isco, who looks set to leave the Bernabeu.
Liverpool are favourites to land Croatian whizz-kid Ante Coric after the collapse of his £15.3m move to Manchester City.
Manchester City have jumped the queue in the race to sign Fulham starlet Ryan Sessegnon.
Bournemouth have joined the race to sign Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, with West Brom and Hull also keen. 
Tottenham are the latest club to show an interest in Nottingham Forest striker Oliver Burke.
Everton are closing in on Yacine Brahimi after more discussions with Porto about the Algerian striker.
Two Manchester City stars out of Samir Nasri , Eliaquim Mangala and Wilfried Bony face the humiliation of being left out of Pep Guardiola's squad for the Premier League and Champions League campaigns.

James McCarthy has told Everton he wishes to leave the club. The Republic of Ireland international is understood to have held talks to underline a desire to find regular first-team football.
Bayern Munich have watched Nottingham Forest starlet Oliver Burke and are weighing up a £10m offer for the midfielder.
Juventus have made an enquiry for Sevilla's Steven N'Zonzi. The 27-year-old midfielder has a £25m buyout clause and Sevilla will not negotiate unless that figure is met. Leicester are also keen on N'Zonzi but their offer is short of this buyout clause. 
Italian Serie A club Torino have made an enquiry about signing Manchester City's out-of-favour goalkeeper Joe Hart. 
Mamadou Sakho faces being frozen out at Liverpool if he doesn't leave the club on loan this week, with Stoke City interested in the defender.

Manchester United are aiming to take over from Real Madrid as the home of the Galacticos - with Gareth Bale already their No 1 target next summer.
Liverpool have moved back into pole position in the £15m race for Croatian starlet Ante Coric.
Sunderland and Hull are battling each other for two players - Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez and Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason.
Mario Balotelli has been thrown a lifeline by his hometown club Palermo.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger swooped for Atletico Madrid superstar Antione Griezmann earlier this summer - who told him he did not want to leave Spain.
Marcos Rojo is set to leave Manchester United after being told he is surplus to requirements by Jose Mourinho.
Aston Villa are offering a huge Championship-record £20m for Hull striker Abel Hernandez.
Alan Pardew is ready to make a late move for Chelsea striker Loic Remy.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe could make a surprise bid for Leeds' Charlie Taylor. 
Ryan Mason's old pals at Tottenham are trying to persuade him to join them at Hull, with Michael Dawson, Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone already at the KCOM Stadium.

AC Milan and Torino have made contact with Manchester City in the last 24 hours to inquire about a move for Joe Hart.
Pep Guardiola insists Yaya Toure is staying at Manchester City and will not be offloaded in his clearout. 
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is aiming to beef up his squad with a double loan swoop for Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony and Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   1/9/2016, 11:29

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Thursday September 1

 
Bastian Schweinsteiger rejected a move to Sporting Lisbon to stay at Manchester United, leaving Jose Mourinho fuming.
Meanwhile, Mourinho blocked Tottenham's bid to sign Morgan Schneiderlin because the midfielder is part of his plans.
Manchester United star Henrikh Mkhitaryan could miss the derby clash with City after he limped out of Armenia's friendly against the Czech Republic with a knee problem.
Chelsea pulled out of a loan deal for Aymen Abdennour after re-signing David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain.
Arsenal failed in their approach for Paraguay midfielder Miguel Almiron in the transfer window, but the player's agent says the move is still likely "in the future".
New Arsenal star Shkodran Mustafi suffered an injury scare after he took a knock to the ankle during Germany's friendly with Finland.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger blocked a move for Yaya Sanogo to join Leeds on loan.
Wayne Rooney says he intends to see out the remainder of his career as a Manchester United player.
Former England striker and Chelsea striker Kerry Dixon has revealed his extreme gambling addiction saw him lose three homes and end up in jail.

Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho, 26, has annoyed manager Jurgen Klopp after he turned down approaches from Stoke, West Brom and Besiktas.
Manchester United's Schweinsteiger left the field in tears after playing his final match for Germany.
A deal for a Chinese company to buy a stake in Liverpool has been denied by the chief executive of the group after speculation of talks with the owners of the Reds, Fenway Sports Group.

Rubin Kazan's Yann M'Vila has been left 'heartbroken' after his deadline day transfer to Sunderland fell through at the last minute.
Tottenham had a late approach for Morgan Schneiderlin rebuffed by Manchester United as Jose Mourinho needs cover for the domestic cups and the Europa League.
United also turned down an approach from Inter Milan for 26-year-old Italian full back Matteo Darmian.

West Ham received one approach for talisman Dimitri Payet this summer - but demanded £100m to let him go.

Joe Hart is set to appear for England in their World Cup qualifier against Slovakia on Sunday after Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster, 28, injured his arm in training.

Hope Solo, the notorious USA goalkeeper who was given a six-month ban after the team's failure to win Olympic gold, has announced she won't be playing for her club side in the NWSL this season as she is not "mentally ready to return to football".

Manchester City's outgoing loans will cost the club around £13.5m in player salaries.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/9/2016, 19:10

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Friday September 2

 
Tony Pulis is considering his future at West Brom after the club's transfer dealings left him fearing another season of struggle.
Sir Alex Ferguson, in his role as a UEFA ambassador, wants extra-time in Champions League and Europa League matches to be scrapped.
Chelsea had a £42m bid rejected for Kalidou Koulibaly before they signed David Luiz, according to Napoli's president.
Jack Wilshere was reportedly stopped from joining Roma on loan by Arsenal.
Chinese consortium Everbright is reportedly considering raising its offer to £1billion for a significant stake in Liverpool

Manchester United are being linked with a sensational swoop for Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann in 2017.
Gabby Agbonlahor's Aston Villa career seems to be over after he snubbed a deadline day loan move to Reading.
Granit Xhaka claims Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has only spoken to him 'two or three times' since his summer switch.
N'Golo Kante has revealed how he snubbed Jose Mourinho's pleas to join him at Manchester United in favour of Chelsea.
Roberto Martinez was booed just 45 minutes into his first game as Belgium boss.
Ivan Rakitic ignored interest from Manchester United and Chelsea to pledge his future to Barcelona.

Alexis Sanchez could reportedly demand a buy-out clause in his new Arsenal deal.
Paul Pogba says winning the league is everyone's top priority at Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho is reportedly satisfied with his Manchester United defence, despite efforts to bring in a late signing on Deadline Day.
Danny Drinkwater has revealed how he got over his England snub over the summer. The Leicester midfielder says: "I went all over - Ibiza, Portugal, Vegas, LA, then back to Ibiza."

Manchester United and England defender Luke Shaw says missing Euro 2016 "is the best decision I've ever made".

Wales star Hal Robson-Kanu turned down a huge offer of £100,000 a week from China to sign for Tony Pulis at West Brom.
Vincent Kompany has handed Manchester City a major boost by coming through a training match to edge closer to his long-awaited comeback.

Sam Allardyce came close to winning an England cap in 1977 when Don Revie sent scouts to watch him.
England and Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland faces two more months out after failing to respond to treatment on his latest ankle injury.

Sunderland have appealed to FIFA in the hope of gaining special dispensation to sign Mika, the Boavista goalkeeper, outside the transfer window and are also desperately searching for an unattached striker.

A Barcelona official has claimed that the club had an agreement in place to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba last summer, only to decide against the signing.

Crystal Palace have signed the younger brother of Christian Benteke, seeming to help their record signing settle in at the club.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   4/9/2016, 18:56

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Sunday September 4

 
Arsenal have suffered a fresh blow in their pursuit of Alexandre Lacazette as Lyon have offered the striker a new deal.
Manchester United star Zlatan Ibrahimovic will start his coaching badges in the New Year - in preparation of becoming a manager when he retires.

Wayne Rooney should be like an 'older brother' to the rest of his England team-mates if he wants to be a successful captain, according to former Bolton skipper Jay-Jay Okocha.
Gary Neville has called for an investigation after former top referee Mark Halsey made the explosive claim that he was told by superiors to overlook some controversial incidents.

Tony Pulis' future at West Brom is hanging in the balance with the Baggies manager "50-50" to be in charge come the end of the international break.
Jose Mourinho wants to spend £15m on Monaco right-back Fabinho in January.
Marcelo Brozovic will sign a new contract at Inter Milan - but it will earn him less than a deal with Chelsea.
Benik Afobe believes Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is the main reason best friend Jack Wilshere has joined him at Dean Court.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers believes his Hoops stars are rightly red-hot favourites going into Saturday's Old Firm clash.
A source close to Tony Pulis admitted it is only "50-50" that he will be in charge at West Brom come the end of the international break.

Jose Mourinho will dust off the cheque book again in four months to splash £15 million on Monaco right back Fabinho.
Liverpool were stunned on transfer deadline day when Croatian Ante Coric, 19, turned down a medical ahead of a £15m move from Dinamo Zagreb.
Man City's Vincent Kompany has undergone a series of blood tests for the medics to give the thumbs-up on a welcome return to action.
Steven N'Zonzi pulled out of a £25m move to Leicester before the transfer window closed last Wednesday.

Harry Kane is in talks with Tottenham over a bumper new deal to become the club's highest-paid player.
Manchester United are plotting a move for Antoine Griezmann next summer as the Red Devils plan to spend big again.
Pep Guardiola has "humiliated" Yaya Toure with a Champions League snub, says Man City outcast's agent.
Everton's new majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has questioned his club's failure to land major transfer targets this summer.

Leicester an England striker Jamie Vardy says it was an "easy" decision to reject an offer from Arsenal this summer, as both his "head and his heart" wanted to remain with the Foxes.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   6/9/2016, 17:08

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Tuesday September 6

 
Everton are to offer Ross Barkley a new long-term contract.
England Under-21s action will not harm Marcus Rashford's development, says Gareth Southgate.
Police officers have been told Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho could clash at the Manchester derby.
Lucas Piazon says he wants to leave Chelsea for another club for more than one season.

Everton left it too late to sign Andriy Yarmolenko, claims the Dynamo Kiev president.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been enjoying a holiday in Italy during the international break.
West Ham are relishing the return of Dimitri Payet to Premier League action this weekend.
Sam Allardyce insists Wayne Rooney is still England's main man and is undroppable.

Romelu Lukaku has pledged not to quarrel with Everton despite his desire to leave the club.
Middlesbrough blocked Aston Villa's deadline day swoop for Jordan Rhodes.
Sunderland are rivalling West Brom to sign free agent Momo Sissoko.
Mark Hughes has told Jack Butland to forget about England and get himself fit for Stoke.
Danny Simpson says he cannot wait for Leicester's Champions League campaign to get underway.

West Brom have reportedly decided against offering a deal to Arsenal youngster Tyrell Robinson.

Jonny Evans is set for a bumper new contract at West Brom following Arsenal's summer interest.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/9/2016, 11:41

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Wednesday September 7

 
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is under serious consideration to become the next Arsenal manager.
Leicester want Eduardo Macia - the man who brought Fernando Torres to Liverpool - to become their next director of football.
Jack Wilshere has held talks with Arsene Wenger about signing a new Arsenal contract.
Branislav Ivanovic faces a fight for his Chelsea future with boss Antonio Conte plotting a defensive reshuffle.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has stunned his Manchester team-mates by turning up with his own personal physio.

Manchester United fans have criticised Feyenoord after receiving a heavily reduced ticket allocation for the Europa League clash.
Marcus Rashford hopes his hat-trick for England Under-21s has given Sam Allardyce and Jose Mourinho a dilemma.
Chelsea new boys David Luiz and Marcos Alonso trained together for the first time on Tuesday ahead of Swansea away.

West Brom have approached Roy Hodgson over a return to replace under-fire manager Tony Pulis.
Crystal Palace face competition to sign free agent and former Arsenal star Mathieu Flamini.
Liverpool's international stars returned to training on Tuesday ahead of the Premier League clash with Leicester.
Joe Hart is not as good as people thought he would be, says former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi is poised to face Southampton after shaking off a hip injury.

Joe Allen believes his move away from Liverpool has boosted his form for Wales and Stoke.
Hull's Michael Dawson is set for a shock return from injury earlier than expected.

Tottenham are sweating over the fitness of Danny Rose after he played through the pain for England.
Luke Shaw is hoping to prove his fitness to Jose Mourinho so he can play in the Manchester derby.

Christian Benteke rejected a huge-money move to China to sign for Crystal Palace.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/9/2016, 20:02

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Thursday September 8

 
Chelsea are set to hijack any move Manchester United make for Antoine Griezmann.
Jose Mourinho will bury the hatchet with Pep Guardiola by inviting him for a drink after the Manchester derby.
Manchester City are willing to let Joe Hart leave the club for a 'considerate' transfer fee - as a thank you for his years of service.
Barcelona fear Lionel Messi could be ruled out for four months if his groin problems persist.

Man United boss Jose Mourinho is considering giving strike sensation Marcus Rashford his first club start of the season against arch-rivals City on Saturday in the wake of the stunning midweek hat-trick he scored on his debut for England Under-21s.
Pep Guardiola was "lucky" at Barcelona and made Bayern Munich "more boring to watch", according to former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel.

Manchester United are serious in their pursuit of Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale, according to reports in Spain.
Bournemouth have told Arsenal to forget trying to lure boss Eddie Howe to The Emirates.

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew believes Wilfried Zaha has the potential to play for Barcelona one day.
Chelsea duo Eden Hazard and Gary Cahill have stuck the knife into former manager Jose Mourinho ahead of Saturday's Manchester derby by questioning his abilities as a manager.

Jose Mourinho's feud with Arsene Wenger shows no sign of abating after the Arsenal manager would not let Mourinho sit next to him at a UEFA conference.
Yaya Toure has not given up on his Manchester City career - and is aiming to spend the rest of the year proving himself to Pep Guardiola.

Chelsea will rival any attempt by Manchester United to prise Antoine Griezmann out of Atletico Madrid in future transfer windows after watching him for the last two years.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   22/9/2016, 17:03

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Thursday September 22


Swansea City could approach Ryan Giggs if 'dead man walking' Francesco Guidolin is removed as manager - chairman Huw Jenkins considered a move for the former Manchester United assistant earlier this summer but was blocked by the club's new American owners.
Manchester City face a FIFA enquiry after being accused of 'trafficking' schoolboy Benjamin Garre, a player they signed from Argentina's Velez Sarsfield under the noses of Manchester United and Barcelona when he turned 16.

Arsene Wenger is plotting a £40m raid on Real Madrid to sign striker Karim Benzema next summer.
Yaya Toure is furious with agent Dimitri Seluk after his shocking rant against Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
Christian Pulisic is stalling on a new deal at Borussia Dortmund, sparking fresh speculation over a January move to Liverpool.
Jon Obi Mikel expects to leave Chelsea in January and is mulling over options in MLS.
Aston Villa are hopeful of signing Benfica striker Victor Lindelof, a previous target for Chelsea.

Arsenal are growing increasingly concerned over midfielder Aaron Ramsey's slow recovery from a hamstring injury.
QPR owner Tony Fernandes wants Steve McClaren to join the club in a senior role as he looks to engineer a recovery from their slow start to the season.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been accused of smoking and drinking by French club Lyon after they rejected the chance to sign the striker.

Tottenham are confident of beating off competition from Liverpool to sign Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon in January.
Everton, West Brom and Crystal Palace are among a host of Premier League clubs to have scouted Norwich City twins Jacob and Josh Murphy.
Yaya Toure will have his choice of clubs in January when the nightmare last few months of his Manchester City career are expected to come to an end.
Hatem Ben Arfa could be handed a Paris Saint-Germain escape by Southampton when the transfer window reopens in January. Ben Arfa is reportedly unhappy in the French capital weeks after joining the club.

Aston Villa have fined Jack Grealish £50,000 for staying out until 8am at a party in Birmingham last weekend.
Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom says he would 'play in goal' if it meant him earning more first-team minutes at the Premier League club.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   23/9/2016, 12:11

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Friday September 23

 
Wilfried Bony's attitude is being questioned by his Stoke team-mates, just three weeks after arriving at the club on loan from Manchester City.
The richest man in Africa - Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote - is planning to buy Arsenal within four years.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp looks set to give goalkeeper Loris Karius his full Anfield debut in place of Simon Mignolet when they face Hull City on Saturday.
Manchester City fear skipper Vincent Kompany has suffered a hamstring injury that could keep him out for several weeks.

Leicester have warned Manchester United off Leicester star Danny Drinkwater, with Jose Mourinho apparently plotting a £30m move in the January transfer window.
Mourinho must play Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney in the number 10 role, says club legend Paul Ince.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will make another bid to sign Juventus and Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci in the January transfer window following Vincent Kompany's latest injury blow.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Manchester City should have had to pay more than £49m for Raheem Sterling.
Manchester United bigwigs reportedly want Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos but Jose Mourinho isn't too keen.

Wayne Rooney has hit back at his critics, claiming those who want him to be dropped by Manchester United are talking "rubbish".
Everton boss Ronald Koeman reiterates that striker Oumar Niasse has no future at Goodison Park, despite only joining the club for £13.5m in January.

Jose Mourinho was 'massively disappointed' to be overlooked in favour of Rafa Benitez for the Liverpool manager's job in 2004, according to Danny Murphy.

Manchester City defender Gael Clichy is standing by injury-plagued Vincent Kompany following his latest set-back.

Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has warned Ben Gibson not to be distracted by the possibility of an England call-up.

Ryan Giggs appears open to the idea of beginning his management career at Swansea, if the club's American owners decide to part company with Francesco Guidolin.
Arsenal are growing increasingly concerned about the fitness of Aaron Ramsey after the midfielder was ruled out of this weekend's Premier League visit of Chelsea with a hamstring injury.
Yaya Toure will be allowed to join a rival Premier League club if he leaves Manchester City during the January transfer window.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/9/2016, 15:10

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Saturday September 24
 
 
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has agreed a new four-year deal with winger Jesse Lingard, who will double his wages to £50,000 a week.
Yaya Toure's father has begged Pep Guardiola to forgive his son and give him another chance, with the midfielder having been exiled from the team following a row with agent Dimitri Seluk.
Cologne are suing one of their own fans after the supporter threw a flare in the stadium and the Bundesliga club had to pay the fine.

Aleksandar Kolarov will be offered a new deal by Manchester City in recognition of his impressive start to the season.
Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has been ruled out of the Premier League game with Manchester United and could miss three weeks due to a groin problem.
Jamie Carragher insists Jose Mourinho should be able to criticise Manchester United's players in the way Sir Alex Ferguson did after the Portuguese was attacked for his public criticism of Luke Shaw.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has been left out of the club's photoshoot in yet another snub.

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson says Jose Mourinho should start picking Michael Carrick.
Ronald Koeman believes Everton's rivals were guilty of branding Idrissa Gueye a dud as he backed the midfielder to become as influential as N'Golo Kante was for Leicester City last season.
Vincent Kompany will miss Manchester City's next three matches with a groin injury.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has urged Sergio Aguero to be 'smart' on his return from a three-match ban for elbowing West Ham's Winston Reid.
Sunderland manager David Moyes has urged Patrick van Aanholt and his team-mates to behave like role models after the Dutchman was photographed appearing to be smoking shisha pipes.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   26/9/2016, 11:31

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Monday September 26 
 

Ryan Giggs is set to to take over from Francesco Guidolin at Swansea after talks with Huw Jenkins and the club's new US investors.
Jose Mourinho has told Wayne Rooney to get his own form sorted before lecturing any of his Manchester United teammates.
England and Leicester star Jamie Vardy has denied being a racist - but fears he will forever be labelled one following a druken jibe during a boozy casino night last year.
Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is eyeing a move to Real Madrid.

Wayne Rooney is prepared to accept he is no longer an automatic pick for Manchester United following Jose Mourinho's decision to drop him.
Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City will cope without Kevin de Bruyne, who is expected to miss a month with a hamstring injury picked up in Saturday's win at Swansea.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed their new goal-scoring hero Son Heung-min wanted to leave the club this summer after a frustrating first season in the Premier League and had to be talked out of it.
Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has hinted that long-time Germany team-mate and Manchester United misfit Bastian Schweinsteiger could be set for a move to MLS.

Wayne Rooney will not quit Manchester United despite being dropped by Jose Mourinho.
AC Milan striker M'Baye Niang has confirmed he had the chance to join Arsenal from Caen back in 2012 when he opted to join the Serie A giants instead.
Leicester have reportedly asked for Manchester United's Morgan Schneiderlin as part of any move for Danny Drinkwater.

Barcelona have confirmed that star player Lionel Messi has been ruled out for three weeks after picking up a groin injury.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed he was offered the job of assistant manager at Manchester City in 2010.

Kevin De Bruyne has been ruled out for four weeks after scans revealed the Manchester City forward has torn a muscle in his hamstring.

West Ham will offer Cesc Fabregas an escape route from Chelsea if the Spaniard cannot cement himself a regular spot in Antonio Conte's team.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/9/2016, 15:40

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Wednesday September 28

 
Jose Fonte has put Manchester United on alert by raising fresh doubts over his Southampton future.
Nigel Pearson will be sacked by Derby after an astonishing bust-up with the club's owner Mel Morris.
Promotion-chasing Norwich face paying the in-demand Murphy twins £15,000-a-week to keep them on new long-term deals.
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group insist Ian Ayre will remain as the club's chief executive until the end of the season when he will head to German second tier outfit 1860 Munich as general manager.

Eight current or former Premier League managers stand accused of receiving 'bungs' for player transfers.
Burnley defender Michael Keane could have been playing in the Champions League this week, but says he's happy to bide his time to join the European elite.

Manchester United defender Phil Jones is closing in on comeback from a knee injury and could return to first-team squad next week.
The West Ham squad are looking to turnaround their Premier League fortunes as the players enjoyed a team-bonding night out on Monday.
Theo Walcott admits last season was a wake-up call and Arsenal forward is finally ready to fulfil his potential.

West Ham have vehemently denied any wrongdoing in the transfer of third-party owned Enner Valencia from Pachuca in 2014.
Jamie Vardy says he turned down a move to Arsenal to help Leicester build on their Premier League success last season.

Manchester United are targeting a move for Sporting Lisbon winger Gelson Martins.

Swansea City's American owners are flying in to watch the home match against Liverpool on Saturday in what is seen as a pivotal game for boss Francesco Guidolin.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton is priced lower than his Celtic counterpart Brendan Rodgers in the running to be the next England manager.
Ian Wright has blasted the Old Firm fixture as being 'vile' and 'fuelled by hatred'.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/9/2016, 15:45

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Thursday September 29

 
Antoine Griezmann has fuelled speculation he's eyeing a move to Manchester United after singing Paul Pogba's praises.
Tottenham star Heung-Min Son is facing taking a two-year break from his football career to serve in the South Korean military.
Derby County want to talk to Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett about becoming their next boss.
Barcelona are eyeing a summer move for Juventus' Pablo Dybala - a man they regard as long-term replacement for Lionel Messi.
Cristiano Ronaldo, 32, is plotting a move into management once he hangs up his boots.
The FA are binning 4,000 T-shirts bearing a message from ex-England boss Sam Allardyce they had planned to hand out to fans before the game against Malta at Wembley.

The latest allegations of malpractice in English football revolve around Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at QPR, Tommy Wright of Barnsley and Leeds United's Massimo Cellino.

Sunderland's club doctor has resigned in the aftermath of Patrick van Aanholt's pre-match ordeal against Tottenham.
Fenerbahce striker Robin van Persie hints at Premier League return but insists his children will have a 'big say' on his next move.
Jamie Vardy has revealed his finest season in football was fired by the remarkable ritual of drinking port the night before a game.

Jose Mourinho has defended his treatment of Juan Mata at Chelsea, saying it wasn't his decision to sell the Spaniard to Manchester United.
Arsenal are bracing themselves for an England approach in pursuit of Arsene Wenger, whose contract expires at the end of the season.
Mesut Ozil is driving a hard bargain on his new contract - but Arsenal remain confident he will sign.
Charlton are bracing themselves for January offers from the Premier League big guns for their latest hot prospect, 18-year-old defender Ezri Konsa.
The FA is likely to face tough questions after it agreed to pay Sam Allardyce more than £1m to quit.
Watford are running the rule over former Manchester United striker Federico Macheda during a trial spell.
Neil Warnock, Steve Bruce, Harry Redknapp and former Derby chief Steve McClaren are all in the frame for a potential vacancy at the Championship club. 

Wayne Rooney will seek assurances about his international career when he holds talks with new England boss Gareth Southgate this week.
Andy Carroll could be hit with a £180,000 fine if he is found guilty of breaking club rules on alcohol.

Spurs striker Son Heung-min considered leaving White Hart Lane in the summer after struggling to establish himself.

Gareth Southgate wants to be the next permanent England boss and is viewing his four matches in temporary charge as a chance to stake a claim for the job.

Hibs have signed Wales international full-back Neal Eardley on a short-term deal.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/10/2016, 18:51

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Sunday October 2

 
Manchester United have launched a raid on rivals City for four of their key UK-based scouting team.
Hugo Lloris and Toby Alderweireld are set to join the long list of players to commit their futures to Tottenham.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has urged the club to hand a new deal to key man Fernandinho.
Francesco Guidolin is on the brink at Swansea and is set for showdown talks with the club's owners on Sunday after the defeat to Liverpool.

Gareth Southgate is mulling over a shock England call-up for Burnley defender Michael Keane.
Everton are weighing up a bid for Sevilla's former Blackburn midfielder Steven N'Zonzi.
England are exploring the possibility of Celtic hitman Moussa Dembele's eligibility. 

Jesse Lingard is set to be named in Gareth Southgate's first England squad.
Quinton Fortune says the 13-year-old Marcus Rashford played like Ronaldinho.
Right-back Matteo Darmian will leave Manchester United in the January transfer window.

Chelsea and Borussia Monchengladbach are contesting Thorgan Hazard's contract. The winger left Stamford Bridge last year, with the Blues claiming the deal included a buy-back option.
Juventus have joined the race to sign Liverpool target Alexander Isak from AIK.

Manchester United are lining up a January swoop for Monaco defensive midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has been offered a way out of his Manchester United nightmare by FC Dallas.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   3/10/2016, 16:07

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Monday October 3

 
Sam Allardyce is hoping to resurrect his management career by scooping a top job in the US.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has played down the idea he is eyeing a switch to Spain in the near future.
Arsenal are set to offer Hector Bellerin a five-year contract to warn off interest from Barcelona and Manchester City.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is eyeing a long-term Anfield stay after celebrating a year in charge on Merseyside
Francesco Guidolin's future as manager of Swansea, who have won just once so far this season, will be decided in the next 48 hours.
Mauricio Pochettino will speak to Erik Lamela and Son Heung-min following their Tottenham penalty dispute on Sunday.

Former Liverpool and West Ham defender Rigobert Song is in critical condition as he fights for his life after suffering a stroke
Lee Johnson and Steve Bruce are in the frame for the job at Villa Park with the axe ready to fall on Roberto Di Matteo.

Chelsea have been linked with a move for Manchester City outcast Joe Hart.

Manchester United are poised to make a move for Benfica's Spanish left-back Alex Grimaldo, 21, who has a £51m buy-out clause.
Alex Grimaldo has been linked to rivals Manchester City but United scouts watched the former Barcelona left back star and score in a 4-0 win over Feirense on Sunday.
Arsenal fans had their journey to Burnley delayed on Sunday when their Grand Central train collided with a herd of cows.
Aston Villa are poised to confirm the sacking of Roberto Di Matteo in the next 24 hours.
Slaven Bilic's misfiring West Ham are set to train at the London Stadium in an effort to make the new ground feel like home.
Gareth Bale will receive extra security with Wales following arson attacks on his fiancee's family.

West Ham hero Dimitri Payet was trapped in the car park at the London Stadium following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough as fans clashed.
Bayern Munich are tracking Celtic and Scotland's 19-year-old left-back Kieran Tierney.
Manchester United are considering a January move for Benfica defender Alex Grimaldo.
Aston Villa manager Roberto di Matteo is facing the sack after four months in charge after just one win in 11 games.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp may be best manager I've ever had, according to James Milner.
Swansea City are weighing up a move for Ryan Giggs as they prepare to dismiss beleaguered manager Francesco Guidolin this week.
West Ham co-owner Davis Sullivan says trouble among some sections of the club's support has been blown out of proportion.
Sunderland captain John O'Shea says the club are not in crisis despite their latest draw against West Brom meant they have not won a Premier League game since May.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   6/10/2016, 18:03

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Thursday October 6

 
Arsenal and Tottenham are ready to battle for Real Madrid ace Isco.
Matteo Darmian's agent says his client could be forced to leave Manchester United in January if his current situation does not improve.
Manchester United will need to battle Barcelona for Sporting Lisbon winger Gelson Martins.

Arsenal captain Per Mertesacker is a transfer target for former club Hannover.
Former Everton midfielder Leon Osman is ready to sign for Bolton to help them out of a nosedive.
Caretaker boss Mike Phelan is set to be handed the Hull City manager's job on a permanent basis.

Burnley want defender Michael Keane, 23, to sign a new contract amid interest from Chelsea.
Lyon starlet Corentin Tolisso has admitted he "dreams" of playing for Arsenal.
Barcelona have admitted that they have been scouting Sporting Lisbon sensation Gelson Martins.
Everton are hoping to lure one of Manchester City's key analysts, Laurence Stewart, to Goodison Park.

Roman Abramovich has told the Chelsea head coach, Antonio Conte, that he is prepared to make a world record bid of £60m for a defender to try to tempt Juventus into selling Leonardo Bonucci in January. 

Interim boss Gareth Southgate is set to earn £500,000 in two months as he sets about helping England out of troubled waters and into the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Alex Iwobi set for a second bumper pay rise this year, while Arsenal move to keep Hector Bellerin from Barcelona. 
Manchester City move to wrap up new Fernandinho deal as Brazilian enters final 12 months of his contract. 
Karren Brady has risked riling discontented West Ham fans with her view that the Olympic Stadium move has been 'well received'. Brady did not mention the seating and violence concerns.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have agreed new contracts with Real Madrid - Wales international Bale reportedly offered a £91m deal to ward off interest from Manchester United next summer.
Defender Matteo Darmian, 26, will look to force a move away from Manchester United in January if he does not get more game time.
Interim England Under-21s boss Aidy Boothroyd is ready to give Tammy Abraham the chance to emulate Marcus Rashford with a dream debut against Kazakhstan.
Sunderland are bracing themselves for a £10m hit on Argentinian flop Ricardo Alvarez.

Arsenal's protracted contract negotiations with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez could cost the club £36m more than they originally budgeted for after both demanded £250,000 a week.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/10/2016, 10:43

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Friday October 7

 
Manchester City are ready to hand Pep Guardiola another £150m to turn them into the best team on the planet.
Wayne Rooney is set to start for England against Malta on Saturday.
Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, rated at £40m, is a player Pep Guardiola covets and he also remains keen on Juventus centre-back Leonardo Bonucci, who is valued at £60m by his club.

Arsenal failed in a move for Gonzalo Higuain over the summer, Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed.
Major League Soccer would welcome Bastian Schweinsteiger with open arms, according to MLS commissioner Don Garber.
Chelsea are in talks to sign Paris Saint-Germain star Thiago Silva.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has predicted that the club will make a collaborative decision with Arsene Wenger over whether he continues as manager beyond the end of next season.

Arsenal and Manchester City are keeping tabs on Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney.
Arsenal have joined Manchester United in the race for Benfica prodigy Goncalo Guedes.

Leonardo Bonucci is a target for both Chelsea and Man City as they consider strengthening defensive options but any prospective move to England depends on the player's family situation.
A day after Memphis Depay admitted that sitting on the bench this season has left him feeling like 'a loaded gun', Fausto Pari said that Matteo Darmian is in danger of losing his place in the Italy side.
Alex Iwobi is set for a second bumper pay rise this year as Arsenal. 
Fernandinho is poised to put pen-to-paper on a new bumper Manchester City contract.

Michy Batshuayi is determined to fight for a starting spot at Chelsea despite reports linking him with a return to Marseille on loan despite his £33m summer move.

Matteo Darmian could leave Manchester United in January, according to his agent.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   10/10/2016, 12:31

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Monday October 10

 
Chelsea are stepping up their bid to sign Leonardo Bonucci - by preparing to offer Eden Hazard in exchange.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is almost certain to leave Manchester United in January after getting himself match fit with extra gym sessions.
James Roodriguez has received death threats as his mother revealed a group called Legion Holk have targeted the Real Madrid star.
AC Milan are preparing an audacious January move for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi.
Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool are chasing Fulham youngster Matt O'Riley.
Wayne Rooney's six-year-old son Kai has signed for Manchester United's youth team.
Spain legend Xavi, Qatar World Cup ambassador, says "everyone loves Scotland" and believes it's sad the country always struggles to qualify for tournaments.

England team-mates have defended captain Wayne Rooney, who was booed at Wembley before and during Saturday's draw with Malta, with defender John Stones saying he was "brilliant".
Slovenia dangerman Kevin Kampl was branded a "deserter" by team-mates after pulling out of the squad to face England on Tuesday night. The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder claimed he was "exhausted".
Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez received death threats after withdrawing from the Colombia squad with an injury.

Chelsea and Manchester City both want Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - but he wants a move to Real Madrid.
Both Manchester clubs were involved in a staggering £170m transfer tussle for Barcelona superstar Neymar in the summer, according to reports.
Nemanja Matic has been spotted with one of his agents in Italy during the international break, fuelling speculation he could be set to leave Chelsea.

Manchester United are reportedly lining up a £12m bid for Brazilian Rodrigo Caio.
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has ruled out ever becoming the manager of Liverpool.
Meanwhile, United goalkeeper David De Gea has leapt to the defence of Chelsea striker and Spain team-mate Diego Costa.
Steve Bruce will reportedly be unveiled as the new Aston Villa manager by next weekend.
Manchester City are ready to spend £100m in order to upgrade their full-backs.
Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was spotted at Wembley during England's 2-0 win over Malta after being reportedly invited to attend by the FA as they consider their options in the aftermath of Sam Allardyce's departure.
AC Milan want to sign Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas in January.
Slovenia say Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kevin Kampl, 26, "has deserted" the national team after pulling out of the squad to face England on Tuesday.

James Rodriguez rejected a £76m summer move to Inter Milan despite falling out of favour at Real Madrid.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he was saddened by Sam Allardyce's departure from the England job after just one game, but promised to crack down on third-party ownership of players.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino doesn't believe a GB Olympic team would threaten the independent status of the home nations.

Eric Dier is expected to return to England's starting line-up for Tuesday's World Cup Qualifier with Gareth Southgate in a dilemma over whether to drop Wayne Rooney. 

Rangers could have to pay off the rest of Joey Barton's £2m contract if they cannot find grounds to sack the 34-year-old midfielder.

FIFA chief Gianni Infantino fears the Telegraph expose into greed and misconduct in football is the "tip of the iceberg".
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/10/2016, 13:16

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Tuesday October 11

 
Paris Saint-Germain are set to launch a deal worth over £200million to land Neymar from Barcelona next summer.
Manchester City want 13-year-old Celtic wonderkid Karamoko Dembele to add to their growing academy of young stars.
West Ham's injury curse has struck again after winger Gokhan Tore was ruled out for five weeks.
Manchester United are checking out Valencia starlet Fran Villalba.

Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of Georginio Wijnaldum ahead of their clash with Manchester United.
Rio Ferdinand has been mocked over his fitness programme - by none other than former Mancheste United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
Frank Lampard has admitted he wants to go into management once his playing days are over but only if it is at Chelsea.

Manchester United made a move to appoint Jose Mourinho three years earlier than they did - before having to settle for David Moyes, according to reports.

Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez has revealed Arsenal tried to sign him in the summer but the Premier League champions refused to sell him. He admits he did want to force a move.
All Manchester City academy stars must wear black boots as they rise through the ranks in a bid to keep the players grounded as they are learning their trade.
Chelsea have no plans to sell defender Andreas Christensen. The Danish centre-back is impressing on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach where he has attracted attention from the likes of Barcelona
France defender Djibril Sidibe turned down Arsenal this summer fearing he would not play regularly - but has targeted a move to England next season.

Arsenal look set to have a fight on their hands if they are to keep hold of defender Hector Bellerin, with Barcelona putting him at the top of their transfer list.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   12/10/2016, 17:07

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Leicester have joined Lazio and Lyon in the battle to sign Ludogorets' highly-rated Brazilian forward Jonathan Cafu.
Antonio Conte must cough up at least £50m this January for Milan centre-half Alessio Romagnoli.
Tottenham are leading the Premier League race for Peterborough wonderkid Leo Da Silva Lopes.
Sir Alex Ferguson 'flipped' when David Beckham asked if he could arrive to Manchester United training 'in a helicopter,' claims ex-player Mads Timm in new book.
Phil Neville has turned down an approach from Aston Villa to join their new backroom staff - as he is focused on becoming a manager.

Atletico Madrid are trying to tie down Yannick Carrasco to a new deal - to fend off Chelsea. The Blues have been keeping close tabs on the Belgium international forward and regard the 23-year-old as a potential target next summer.
Arsenal midfielder Alex Iwobi has revealed he was "a bit scared" after being followed on his drive home by a Gunners fan after a recent match.
Chelsea winger Willian, linked with a move to PSG, has revealed he wants to finish his career at Stamford Bridge.
Xherdan Shaqiri's brother and agent claims the Stoke star could be a target for Italian side Roma in January.
Aston Villa players are expecting Steve Bruce to become their new manager this week.
Georginio Wijnaldum should discover on Wednesday if he has any chance of being fit for Liverpool's MNF clash with Manchester United after injuring his hamstring in Holland's World Cup qualifier against France.
Championship side QPR are being mocked by fans of other clubs after launching a campaign urging their supporters to make more noise at home matches.

Chelsea will consider a safe standing area at a rebuilt Stamford Bridge - but only if the government change the laws. Planning proposals have been submitted for a £500m project.
Czech Republic legend Pavel Nedved has revealed the biggest regret he had during his career was not playing for Manchester United. 
Sevilla are looking to open talks over a new contract for Steven N'Zonzi amid increased interest from Premier League clubs.
Valencia hope to sign Mexican striker Javier Hernandez in the January transfer window and are prepared to pay £40m and trigger his buy-out clause.

Atletico Madrid are reportedly set to offer Yannick Carrasco an improved contract to see off interest from Chelsea.
Paul Pogba will reach the heights for Manchester United, according to France team-mate Hugo Lloris.
Leighton Baines is set to return to Everton's line-up for Saturday's showdown with Manchester City.

Tottenham have held a meeting with Brazilian left-back Guilherme Arana, according to reports.
Chelsea are lining up a sensational move for Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, according to reports.

The former head of English football's professional referees has described the decision to select Greater Manchester-based official Anthony Taylor for next Monday's meeting between Liverpool and Manchester United as "grossly unfair".
Nemanja Matic has praised N'Golo Kante's impressive start to life at Chelsea and acknowledged his role within the side "is not easy".

Steve Bruce will be confirmed as the new manager of Aston Villa on Wednesday.
There were huge celebrations in Norway from visiting San Marino after they scored their first goal away from home for 15 years thanks to Mattia Stefanelli's equaliser. Three goals in the last 13 minutes saved Norway's blushes though.

Manchester City forward Kevin de Bruyne's hamstring injury is swiftly on the mend and the Belgium star could be ready to face Everton on Saturday and Barcelona in the Champions League the following Wednesday.

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