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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   14/10/2016, 15:58

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Friday October 14

 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's two children have joined Wayne Rooney's son in the Manchester United academy.
Manchester United will have to stump up a mammoth £450million to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Bale's team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo is set for a new £215million five-year deal at the Bernabeu.
Luke Shaw is back in Manchester United training and ready to give a timely boost to Jose Mourinho.
Arsene Wenger has told Manchester City and Barcelona they are wasting their time trying to prise Hector Bellerin from Arsenal.
Chelsea captain John Terry returned to training on Thursday following a spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury.
Tottenham will continue their pursuit of Real Madrid midfielder Isco in the summer.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has been handed a massive transfer boost after the club clinched a staggering £900million kit deal with Nike.
Arsene Wenger has rejected suggestions that Arsenal are prepared to sell Hector Bellerin.

Interim manager Gareth Southgate is ready to bench Wayne Rooney again for the match against Scotland next month which will decide his own England future - but will not yet strip him of the captaincy.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal want Hector Bellerin to sign a new contract to ward off interest from Barcelona and Manchester City.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman is furious with Republic of Ireland counterpart Martin O'Neill over his treatment of midfielder James McCarthy.

Eden Hazard wants to play in the number 10 role at Chelsea but admits manager Antonio Conte will not change the formation just for him.
Manchester United are in lie for a cash windfall if Michael Keane leaves Burnley having reluctantly allowed him to leave Old Trafford in 2014.

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is set to return from a hamstring injury for the upcoming matches against Everton and Barcelona.

Arsene Wenger has offered a vote of confidence to Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud, who has been restricted to just 78 minutes of football for his club this season.

Nottingham Forest are close to agreeing a £50million sale to an American consortium led by John Jay Moores, the former owner of Major League Baseball franchise San Diego Padres.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/10/2016, 11:31

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Sunday October 16

 
Manchester United have held further talks with Atletico Madrid about a move for Antoine Griezmann. The Red Devils see the Frenchman as a long-term replacement for Wayne Rooney.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has no plans to strengthen his squad in January.
Sunderland are set to hand goalkeeper Jordan Pickford a bumper new deal to fend off interest from Manchester City.
Crystal Palace plan contract talks with Joe Ledley and Martin Kelly to ward off possible interest.
Chelsea want young Porto defensive midfielder Ruben Neves in January, but are demanding an answer now.

Joe Hart has played his last game for Manchester City and will leave the club permanently next summer - because he feels let down by Pep Guardiola.
The way is clear for Gareth Southgate to be the next England manager after Roberto Mancini admitted he had not had any contact with the FA.

Tottenham are eyeing a move for Romelu Lukaku's younger brother Jordan, a left-back currently with Lazio.
Arsenal face a fight to keep young Swedish centre-back Kristopher Da Graca from a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is being eyed up by Everton to become their long-term No 1.
Liverpool are set to lose the race to sign Uruguay whizkid Joaquin Ardaiz, who is edging towards a move to continental Europe.
Manchester City rising star Bersant Celina, currently on loan with FC Twente is being chased by Borussia Dortmund.
New Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is working on a January loan deal for Middlesbrough forward Jordan Rhodes.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he is not jealous about the money spent on transfers by clubs like Manchester United.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   17/10/2016, 20:18

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Monday October 17

 
Jose Mourinho is ready to keep Wayne Rooney out of the firing line at Liverpool on Monday night.
The Manchester United boss, meanwhile, faces an FA charge after claiming Anthony Taylor will struggle to do a good job of refereeing tonight's showdown.
Claudio Bravo claims it will take some time for Manchester City to hit their full stride under Pep Guardiola.
Liverpool star Sadio Mane insists it was his decision to stay at Southampton when Manchester United bid £25m for him in the summer of 2015.  

Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal will need to break the bank to keep Mesut Ozil at the club.
Jose Mourinho is facing a touchline ban after his row over referee Anthony Taylor.
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, had the chance to move to Old Trafford during former manager Louis van Gaal's reign, but did not think it was the "right moment".
Ronald Koeman has questioned Sergio Aguero's mental strength after his fourth penalty miss of the season.
Mark Noble has revealed West Ham players and staff held crunch talks after a team night out.

Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes is new manager Steve Bruce's number one target for Aston Villa
Paul Pogba has warned arch rivals Liverpool he is set to hit top gear.
Wolves have made English football history with an exclusive deal to broadcast matches live in China.
Luis Enrique has told old pal Pep Guardiola ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash betweeen Barcelona and Manchester City "Lionel Messi is back and in top form."

Jurgen Klopp has dismissed talk of Jose Mourinho being a fading force ahead of Liverpool's clash with Manchester United tonight.
Jordan Henderson isn't sure of the words he will deliver before Liverpool head out to face Manchester United on Monday.
Toby Alderweireld will undergo a scan on Monday after falling awkwardly and injuring his knee in the draw at West Brom.
Ronald Koeman is using Everton to put himself in the frame to manage Barcelona, a journalist has claimed.

Celtic should make the most of Moussa Dembele while they can as he'll be off at the end of the season, according to his former Fulham team-mate Lewis Holtby.
Chelsea will have to pay £50m if they want to sign AC Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli.
Pep Guardiola has warned Barcelona: I'm coming to beat you.

Harry Kane is poised to return to the training pitch today after being sidelined for a month and Tottenham are cautiously optimistic that there will be more encouraging news about Toby Alderweireld, who is due to undergo a scan after he was stretchered off on Saturday.

Former referee keith Hackett says appointing Manchester-based official Anthony Taylor to officiate tonight's showdown between Liverpool and United "has put him and his family at risk."

Jose Mourinho has raised the stakes before Manchester United's Premier League clash at Anfield tonight by appearing to ridicule Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's touchline antics.
Former referee Howard Webb says Anthony Taylor is tough enough to deal with tonight's showdown at Anfield because he's worked in a prison.
York City have appointed Jackie McNamara as their new chief executive - six days after his resignation as manager.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/10/2016, 12:14

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Thursday October 20

 
Sam Allardyce is being lined up for a sensational return to Sunderland. A Chinese consortium bidding to buy the club will break the bank to bring back the former boss if they win control.
Hull City's 17-year-old defender Josh Tymon is set for his Premier League debut on Saturday against Stoke while he is still on wages if just £160 a week.
Sunderland have been handed a huge injury boost with Adnan Januzaj set to return from injury ahead of schedule.

In-demand Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci was so desperate to play for Pep Guardiola that he called Manchester City about a transfer this summer, according to City's chief executive.
Jurgen Klopp has admitted Liverpool are wary of West Brom's threat from set-pieces ahead of their Anfield clash.
Gareth Southgate has been told his role as England's Under-21s boss will be unaffected if he does not get the job with the senior team.

David Moyes has arrived at Sunderland for the long term, the club's chief executive has insisted.

Luke Shaw has lifted the lid on Manchester United's antics in the dressing room by revealing Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells loads of jokes and Paul Pogba is dancing all the time.

Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz al-Hasawi has been asking potential buyers of the club for an annual salary that could rise above £1m and a series of financial demands that include an extraordinary clause entitling him to whatever the players earn in bonuses.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   22/10/2016, 18:54

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Saturday October 22

 
Inter Milan are interested in Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta and would like to get a deal done in January.
Yannick Carrasco has signed a bumper new contract tying him down to Atletico Madrid until 2022.
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck could return to action ahead of schedule.
Everton are plotting a potential January move for Sporting Lisbon's star defender Ruben Semedo.

Sergio Aguero has been told by Pep Guardiola he can leave Manchester City when he wants to.
Cristiano Ronaldo's contract extension at Real Madrid is still waiting to be finalised due to a row over its length. 
Gareth Bale would like to stay at Real Madrid but is in no rush to sign a new deal as negotiations continue.
Chelsea scouts will run the rule over potential January transfer target Ben Gibson on Saturday when Middlesbrough travel to the Emirates to face Arsenal.
Peter Odemwingie is set to join Bolton Wanderers. The former West Brom forward is a free agent after being released by Stoke in the summer. 
Liverpool defensive starlet Joe Gomez is a loan target for fellow Premier League side Bournemouth as well as Championship high-fliers Huddersfield.
Pep Guardiola has revealed Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany's head is not right after two years of injury hell. 

Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has directed stinging criticism at English clubs as he claimed academies are "kidnapping" young foreign talent instead of promoting local youth.
Vincent Kompany is set to become the latest high-profile casualty of Pep Guardiola's reign after the Manchester City captain was left out in Barcelona.
Sunderland players will have their wages halved if they are relegated from the Premier League.
Everton No 1 Maarten Stekelenburg says that a keeper's 'priority is to save balls not kick them.
Arsenal are finally in a position to win the Premier League, says Arsene Wenger: "There's more to come from our team... the confidence is there"

Tony Pulis has revealed that Saido Berahino will be offered a new deal, despite confirming the forward has been placed on a special weight-loss programme.
Jurgen Klopp has shrugged off concerns about Daniel Sturridge's goal drought and assured the Liverpool striker "even Gerd Muller had streaks like this".

Manchester giants United and City are set to go head-to-head in the race to snap up Monaco defender Fabinho.
Chelsea want to sign highly-rated defender Alessio Romagnoli in January - but Milan will snub their advances.

Jose Mourinho has admitted he has never been close to Roman Abramovich despite Chelsea's owner twice appointing him and the Portuguese being the most successful manager in the club's history.

Chelsea are close to agreeing a new contract with Dominic Solanke after the England Under-21 striker lowered his wage demands.

Former Celtic and Scotland keeper Rab Douglas has signed for Arbroath - at the age of 44.
Rangers ace Niko Kranjcar could be facing months on the sidelines with a knee injury.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/10/2016, 12:27

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Monday October 24

 
Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko is set for a three-game ban after the ref missed his elbow on Harry Arter.
David Moyes could face an FA charge after a tunnel confrontation with referee Bobby Madley following Sunderland's defeat to West Ham.
Olivier Giroud is set for his first Arsenal start of the season in the EFL Cup this week.
Steve McClaren wants to be reunited with Chris Martin at Derby in January. Martin is on loan at Fulham in a season-long deal.
Southampton boss Claude Puel is keeping tabs on teenage Espanyol midfielder Marc Roca.

N'Golo Kante scores more goals in training than Cristiano Ronaldo, says Chelsea team-mate David Luiz.
Sunderland's Victor Anichebe has been panned for a dreadful copy and paste tweet.

Pep Guardiola locked his players in the dressing room following the home draw against Southampton.
Sunderland boss David Moyes could face FA punishment over ref rant.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has silenced the sack talk after his side's victory over Hull.

Arsene Wenger is relaxed over his future ahead of the Arsenal AGM.
Pep Guardiola held a lengthy dressing room inquest with his Man City players, but joked he was delayed by wine.

Jose Mourinho appeared to accuse Antonio Conte of trying to "humiliate" him on his return to Stamford Bridge.

Stoke City have blamed Hull's Sam Clucas for the post-match confrontation on Saturday.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   25/10/2016, 19:09

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Tuesday October 25

 
Jose Mourinho has told Wayne Rooney he will have to leave Manchester United if he wants regular first-team football.
Morgan Schneiderlin has been informed by Jose Mourinho that he can also leave Old Trafford.
Manchester City are lining up a £20m swoop for versatile Bayern Munich star Juan Bernat.

Manchester United players have been stunned by Jose Mourinho's hands-off and distant approach at their Carrington training ground.

Chelsea are targeting Roma defender Antonio Rudiger with a possible £35m price tag as Manchester United and City weigh up moves for the Germany international.
West Ham will hire their old Upton Park stewards to avoid crowd trouble against Chelsea at the London Stadium.
Kevin De Bruyne says Pep Guardiola's methods are the only way to win titles. 

Barcelona star Xavi says Jose Mourinho must not start a war to change Manchester United.
Sean Dyche has opened the door for 'first class' Joey Barton to make a dramatic return to Burnley from Rangers.
Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out of Manchester United's EFL Cup game against Manchester City after David Luiz's horror tackle.
West Ham are eyeing a £1.5m move for Millwall star Mahlon Romeo.

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke wants Arsene Wenger to stay at the club beyond next summer.
West Brom are poised to make a £4m bid for Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor.

Leicester's Christian Fuchs wants to play Major League Soccer one day.
Kevin de Bruyne and Marouane Fellaini will both miss the Manchester derby on Wednesday.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will put his young guns in the firing line against Tottenham in the EFL Cup.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/10/2016, 15:32

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Friday October 28

 
Barcelona are lining up a shock £20million move for Liverpool right-back Nathaniel Clyne in January.
Liverpool have signed Bury teenager Emeka Obi, dubbed the best 15-year-old in England.
Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to sign Manchester United target Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid - and are willing to pay the France international's £89m buy-out clause.

Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind could leave Manchester United, with manager Jose Mourinho targeting Germany defender Antonio Rudiger.
Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes five teams are capable of winning the Premier League, including Spurs and his old club. He hasn't named Chelsea on the list.
Bayern Munich are increasingly confident forward Robert Lewandowski will sign a contract extension at the club.
Wigan are ready to appoint Manchester United Under-21 coach Warren Joyce as their new manager.

Real Madrid tried to hire Pep Guardiola as a replacement for Rafael Benitez last November, according to the Manchester City manager's biographer it has been reported.
Bastian Schweinsteiger's future has been cast into further doubt after he was omitted from Manchester United's 2016/17 team photo.
Liverpool are considering leaving their Melwood training base in a bid to bring the first-team and the academy closer together.
Erik Lamela is hoping to become the latest Tottenham player to commit his future to the club by signing a new contract.
Claudio Ranieri has warned Leicester duo Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez that making the Ballon d'Or short-list will not spare them from the axe if they underperform.

Vincent Kompany faces a big battle to prove he can fit Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola's prototype of a centre-half.
Nigel Pearson has emerged as a leading contender to take over at Wolverhampton Wanderers after the dismissal of Walter Zenga.

Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not push for a move and insists he "will do everything to try and help the team" despite having only played four times since his £30m move from Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

Xabi Alonso believes Jurgen Klopp has been successful at Liverpool because he has embraced the culture, tradition and hunger of the club.

Arsenal and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil held discussions with Fenerbahce over a move to Turkey in the summer according to reports.
Nathaniel Chalobah insists he never lost belief he would be handed the chance to prove himself at Chelsea.
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has told fans to get realistic over their chances of promotion this season.

Manchester United sent a scout to watch Moussa Dembele in Celtic's 4-0 victory over Ross County on Wednesday.
Scotland's most expensive player Olivier Burke is being shaped into a number 10 at RB Leipzig, his coach Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/10/2016, 19:07

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Saturday October 29

 
Manchester United and Manchester City could make audacious moves for Barcelona's Luis Suarez, according to stunning reports in Spain.
Manchester United's Matteo Darmian has reportedly agreed to join Inter Milan.
David Moyes claims he's ready "to take his poison" in his desperate bid to save Sunderland's season.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists that Ronald Koeman will be frustrated in his stated hope of bringing Wayne Rooney back to Everton.
Sam Allardyce has rejected interest from Wolverhampton Wanderers, even though the FA would not have blocked their attempt to lure him to Molineux.

Real Madrid's superstars have been criticised for disrespecting their lower-league opponents after leaving the changing room of third-tier Cultural Leonesa in a disgraceful state following their Copa del Rey game in Leon.
Everton outcast Oumar Niasse could be rescued by Turkish club Galatasaray.

Samir Nasri wants to quit Manchester City and move to Sevilla permanently in the summer.
Manchester United coach Warren Joyce will meet Wigan this weekend to discuss the possibility of becoming their new boss.
Brighton are lining up a January bid for Exeter youngster Ollie Watkins.

Chelsea are reportedly eyeing a move for Paris-Saint Germain star Javier Pastore in January.
Celtic and Scotland have been rocked after defender Kieran Tierney was ruled out for the rest of the year after a freak training ground injury.

Jack Wilshere says his England axe was the final straw and admits he had to leave Arsenal to revive his career.
Ryan Giggs admits he dreads the thought of Liverpool winning the Premier League and fears this could be the season the Anfield club win their first top division title in 27 years.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/10/2016, 16:13

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Sunday October 30
 
 
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is lining up an audacious £135m bid for Barcelona forward Luis Suarez.
LA Galaxy have been warned off trying to lure Wayne Rooney to America by former chief Alexi Lalas.
Chelsea are eyeing a move for Newcastle's young skipper Jamaal Lascelles in an £18m deal.
West Ham have opened talks with Reece Oxford over a long-term deal.
Manchester City want Juventus starlet Moise Kean and Valencia whizkid Kanjin Lee to join the Pep Guardiola revolution.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are preparing to go head to head with Real Madrid for Celtic's £40m sensation Moussa Dembele.
West Ham have offered striker Simone Zaza to Italian side Napoli as a makeweight in their pursuit of forward Manolo Gabbiadini.
Cesc Fabregas could be left kicking his heals at Chelsea until the end of the season with AC Milan cooling on the idea of a January move.

Wayne Rooney will not be forced out of Manchester United - and the club will look for a significant transfer fee if the striker decides his future lies away from Old Trafford.
Phil Jagielka believes Wayne Rooney would be a perfect fit for Everton if the England captain decides to leave Manchester United. 
Galatasaray will offer Netherlands winger Memphis Depay a route out of Manchester United.
Real Madrid have put Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino on their managerial wanted list.
Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic is weighing up potential offers from across Europe and the Far East.
Sunderland defender Lamine Kone is set to spark a transfer rush in January with at least four clubs keen on him. 
Leicester are weighing up a move for Red Bull Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita.
Yaya Toure's agent has accused Pep Guardiola of snubbing his attempts to end the midfielder's Manchester City limbo.
Southampton's Nathan Redmond is in line for a call-up to England's senior squad.

Sky Bet League One side MK Dons will check on the availability of Ryan Giggs before choosing their next manager to replace Karl Robinson.
Watford are looking to sell Juan Carlos Paredes in the January transfer window to former club Barcelona SC in Ecuador.
Stoke City and England goalkeeper Jack Butland has returned to see a specialist after experiencing more discomfort from an ankle injury that has already kept him out for seven months.
Everton teenager Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been called up to their first team squad to face West Ham on Sunday.
The design of the £700m Olympic Stadium - West Ham's new home ground - is so flawed for football use that it has created a 'battleground' for fans, say stadium experts.
Paul Pogba's controversial agent Mino Raiola has raised further questions over a reported £24.3m payment he received following his client's world record move from Juventus to Manchester United.

Phil Jagielka believes Everton's ability to produce a successful team is more important than their spending power in the club's desire to retain their best players.

Xherdan Shaqiri has splashed out on a new luxury pad to demonstrate that he feels at home at Stoke City.
Manchester City are in line to become the next Premier League club to secure a mega-money kit deal.
Manchester United will decide in January whether to take up their option to extend Antonio Valencia's contract.

Antonio Conte says he had never heard of N'Golo Kante until his rise to prominence with Leicester City, but now believes the Chelsea player is "a complete midfielder".

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   31/10/2016, 15:47

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Manchester United and Juventus are battling to sign Real Madrid defender Pepe, who has been pushing for a new two-year deal at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Manchester United defender Antonio Valencia is out for six weeks after a hand operation.
The FA have offered Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard a fast track into coaching to help the England team.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart says he is not focusing on returning to Manchester City whilst on loan at Torino.
West Ham have joined Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool in the race for Argentinian forward Naza Bazan Vera.
Striker Harry Kane could return from injury in time to play for Tottenham against north London rivals Arsenal on Sunday.

Manchester United's Antonio Valencia has vowed to come back stronger as he starts his recovery from a broken arm.
Meanwhile, United manager Jose Mourinho could be handed a stadium ban after clashing with Mark Clattenburg during the 0-0 draw with Burnley.
David Moyes is facing a critical week at Sunderland after admitting his record this season is "damning".

England boss Gareth Southgate is contemplating giving Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson his first senior call-up
Yaya Toure's agent has unleashed a savage verbal attack against Pep Guardiola regarding the manager's treatment of his Ivorian midfielder.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is being forced to train alone after falling out of favour at Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho is facing a stadium ban for the second time in two seasons as the FA consider throwing the book at the controversial Manchester United boss.

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton will start the next two games for England next month.

Chelsea have joined the growing list of clubs keen on prising Celtic 's £40million-rated striker Moussa Dembele away from Parkhead.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   1/11/2016, 15:47

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Tuesday November 1

 
Former England manager Sven Goran Eriksson says he does not want to bring Wayne Rooney to China.
Liverpool and Tottenham are fighting to bring in Porto striker Moussa Marega.
Norwich are preparing to sack Alex Neil after being thrashed by Brighton - their fourth game without a win.
Paul Ince will hold talks with Wolves over the vacant managerial post.
Sol Campbell believes Chelsea's stingy defence will be the key to the title race.
Barcelona are set to begin contract negotiations with Lionel Messi in the 'next couple of months'.
West Ham are ready to offload summer recruit Simone Zaza as a makeweight to broker a deal for Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini.
Liverpool are set to run the rule over promising young Polish goalkeeper Bartosz Matoga.

Witnesses say Jose Mourinho waited for Mark Clattenburg in the tunnel at half-time and "went absolutely ballistic".
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is still interested in Real Madrid star Isco despite the Spaniard's recent run in the side.
Chelsea right-back Branislav Ivanovic has emerged as a potential target for Crystal Palace.
Lyon are set to frustrate West Ham's bid to solve their striker crisis in January by offering Alexandre Lacazette a new deal.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has insisted that Switzerland ace Xherdan Shaqiri is going nowhere after being linked with a return to Italy.
Gareth Southgate will wait on Harry Kane before naming his squad for the crunch World Cup Qualifier against Scotland.
Loris Karius is acclimatising to the Premier League by adopting rugby contact sessions in training.
Sunderland manager David Moyes is ready to accept a one-game suspension and will be in the stands for the crucial trip to Bournemouth at the weekend.
Former Manchester United player Philip Mulryne is set to become a priest.
Barcelona defender Marlon missed his team's flight to Manchester on Monday morning after forgetting his passport.

Bastian Schweinsteiger is back in the Manchester United squad to get him fit for a transfer - not to play.
Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is being put through rugby training exercises to toughen him up.
Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic has revealed how he idolised Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and admitted he would love to play under the Spaniard one day.
Oliver Giroud has set his sights on a starting role in Arsenal's Champions League game against Ludogorets.
Antonio Conte has imported his favourite honey-flavoured throat lozenges from Italy to cope with his shouting.
West Ham have hired a new corporate communications chief to improve the club's PR.
The FA have been warned they could lose government funding if they do not reform.
Sunderland have begun to make a number of staff redundant, sparking fears they are accepting relegation already.

Manchester United transfer target Goncalo Guedes insists he wants to stay at Benfica until the end of the season.
Liverpool boss boss Jurgen Klopp has reportedly sent a scout to watch Barcelona's B team.
Manchester City are keen to snap up up Juventus sensation Moise Kean.
Liverpool are reportedly worried that Philippe Coutinho wants to join Barcelona.
Kasper Schmeichel has a house just miles away from where his Leicester team will play in Copenhagen tonight

Nottingham Forest's potential new owners John Jay Moores and Charles Noell hope to complete their £50m takeover within the next three weeks.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/11/2016, 18:23

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Wednesday November 2

 
Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to back him with a huge £50million move for Atletico Madrid centre-back Jose Gimenez.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has been urged to leave Manchester United, by his previous club Bayern Munich's chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United are battling it out to try and prise 15-year-old Scottish starlet Billy Gilmour away from Rangers.
Per Mertesacker has no interest in leaving Arsenal when his current contract finishes at the end of the campaign.
Liverpool remain keen on Ipswich teenager Andre Dozzell, and are considering a £2million bid as he has played just once - as a sub in the EFL Cup - so far this season.
David Moyes faces the axe if Sunderland don’t beat Bournemouth on Saturday.

Liverpool reportedly sent scouts to watch Marseille starlet Maxime Lopez in action over the weekend.
Lazio have reportedly tabled a bumper contract offer for Stefan de Vrij amid interest from Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho is desperate for Manchester United to sign a top class holding midfielder after missing out on N'Golo Kante in the summer.
Manchester United are reportedly ready to recall Cameron Borthwick-Jackson from Wolves.
Branislav Ivanovic expects to leave Chelsea by the end of the season - but wants to stay in London.

Chelsea target Thiago Maia claims he wants to join Paris Saint-Germain over Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not be sold by Manchester United in January despite his poor start to life at Old Trafford.
Branislav Ivanovic is determined to stay at Chelsea and fight for his place amid reports of interest from Crystal Palace.
Manchester United are concerned that Marcus Rashford is suffering from fatigue.

Manchester City have checked on Palmeiras' Colombia international defender Yerry Mina.
Mauricio Pochettino will not stand in Gareth Southgate's way if he wants to bring Harry Kane into the England fold.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   3/11/2016, 12:50

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Thursday November 3

 
Liverpool have slapped a £68m asking price on Philippe Coutinho, according to French news outlet le10sport.com, with PSG heading the queue.
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne claims he's still baffled by how Jose Mourinho treated him during their time together at Chelsea.

Mikel Arteta was the man who wound up Lionel Messi when celebrating Manchester City's 3-1 win on Tuesday.
Tim Sherwood is being lined up to be QPR's next boss if struggling Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink fails to get a result against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

Real Madrid have got Sergio Aguero on a short-list of strikers - even though they are under a transfer ban. Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also a target.
West Ham are monitoring Sunderland centre-back Lamine Kone, with Everton also set to make another effort to attract the Ivory Coast international.
Chelsea will fight Manchester United for Antoine Griezmann should the Frenchman decide to quit Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.
Liverpool transfer target Christian Pulisic has hinted that he would be open to a move to Anfield by revealing his love for English football.
Southampton boss Claude Puel is targeting Atalanta rising star Franck Kessie for a January move.

Southampton are in talks with Chinese company Lander Sports Development over a potential sale. Owner Katharina Liebherr has held talks with the prospective investor in recent weeks and, while no deal is imminent, a six week period of exclusivity has begun.

West Ham United striker Andy Carroll was threatened at gunpoint on his way home from training on Wednesday.
Sergio Aguero played the role of peacemaker to diffuse a tunnel incident involving Lionel Messi after Manchester City's victory over Barcelona.

Memphis Depay is fighting for his Manchester United future after being left out of the squad for the Europa League match at Fenerbahce and Dick Advocaat, the Turkish club's boss and Depay's first head coach, says he may have to leave Old Trafford to further his career.

Roma defender Antonio Rudiger insists he is not paying any attention to transfer rumours with Manchester United and Chelsea vying for his services.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   4/11/2016, 12:39

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Friday November 4

 
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has told his agent to make peace with Pep Guardiola.
David Moyes has taken his Sunderland squad to a local car factory to meet the people they play for and see the teamwork they show under pressure.
Tottenham are "one-dimensional" with "predictable" tactics says ex-Spurs midfielder Danny Murphy.
Gareth Bale can become the best player in the world if he gets a bit nastier, says ex-Liverpool and England striker Stan Collymore.
Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere joked about his injury record as he enjoyed a spot of paddle boarding on the south coast.

Burnley's highly rated centre back Michael Keane looks set to keep his place in the England squad.
Friend of Jose Mourinho, Jose Morais, currently managing AEK Athens, reckons the Manchester United boss needs time to turn things around at Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo is at the centre of a stamp storm after being accused of deliberately planting his studs into Legia Warsaw centre-half Michal Pazdan.
Middlesbrough striker Alvaro Negredo is loving life in the Premier League as he prepares to face former club Manchester City.

Guus Hiddink had lunch with Antonio Conte at Chelsea's training ground waiting for a call from Inter Milan whose new Chinese owners Suning Group consider the Dutchman as a possible short-term option to replace Frank de Boer.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino says his plan to expand the World Cup finals is less drastic than critics suggest, and would create more excitement for fans, broadcasters and sponsors.
Barcelona have opened contract talks with Luis Suarez and are confident the striker will sign a new deal despite talk of a world-record transfer to Manchester United.

Michael Edwards is to be appointed Liverpool's first sporting director, a position that will see him take the lead role in transfer negotiations at Anfield.

A Manchester United fan group claims it is planning to fly a "Mourinho Out" banner over Old Trafford.
Daley Blind has revealed the atmosphere in the Manchester United dressing room was totally flat after the 2-1 defeat in Fenerbahce.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/11/2016, 12:55

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Monday November 7

 
France coach Didier Deschamps has urged Mamadou Sakho to quit Liverpool this January to save his career.
Slaven Bilic will hold crunch talks with Dimitri Payet after the Frenchman opened the door to a move away from West Ham.
Stoke, Everton, Sunderland, West Brom, West Ham and Championship side Aston Villa are all chasing £12m-rated Dynamo Kiev striker Lukasz Teodorczyk.
Sunderland are preparing a January swoop for Dynamo Kiev central defender Domagoj Vida; the struggling Wearsiders were interested in the summer but put off by the £10m asking price.
West Brom are lining up a January swoop for the Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac, who had been a target last summer.
Jordan Pickford has revealed Sunderland enjoyed a team-bonding outing at a bowling alley before their long-awaited victory first league win. 
Chelsea's red-hot Eden Hazard has vowed to make himself one of the world's top five players after being left off this year's Ballon d'Or shortlist.

Dimitri Payet has admitted he could leave West Ham in January after asking questions about the way their season has gone so far.
Manchester United sent their chief scout to watch Ajax's Kasper Dolberg - dubbed the 'new Zlatan Ibrahimovic'.
Steven Gerrard's playing career could be over as LA Galaxy lost their MLS Western Conference semi-final to Colorado Rapids.

Steven N'Zonzi admits he's flattered to be linked with a move to Chelsea. The former Stoke man is set to receive an offer to join Barcelona for over £26m in January.

Ronald Koeman wants to bring out-of-favour Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger to Everton in January.
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, 22, says he is close to agreeing a new deal with the club.

Eric Cantona has thrown his support behind underfire Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

Tottenham are ready to battle Crystal Palace for the signature of £12.5m-rated Manchester United outcast Morgan Schneiderlin.
Former Tottenham and Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is in line to take the vacant QPR job.

Former Manchester United forward Robin van Persie suffered a horrendous eyelid injury playing for Fenerbahce on Sunday, but the Turkish club have assured fans he will not lose his sight.

Barcelona and Bayern Munich have joined the top clubs in England in running the rule over the latest Rangers starlet off the Auchenhowie production line, Billy Gilmour.
Scott Brown has declared himself fit for his Scotland comeback against England at Wembley, despite limping out of Celtic's win over Inverness.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/11/2016, 15:31

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Tuesday November 8

 
Paris Saint-Germain are set to test Everton's resolve with a January move for Romelu Lukaku.
Luke Shaw is battling to save his Manchester United career after his latest bust-up with Jose Mourinho.
Liverpool are set to tie Kevin Stewart, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn - three of their brightest young stars - to new long-term deals this week.
Gareth Southgate says England used to try and keep Gazza calm by letting him fish in a bathtub at Wembley.

Antonio Conte is reportedly still planning a huge transfer push in January despite Chelsea's rise up the table.
Matteo Darmian insists he is not thinking about leaving Manchester United as the January transfer window approaches.
West Ham will consider a stunning move for Cesc Fabregas if they lose Dimitri Payet this January.

AC Milan are ready to swoop for Manchester United misfit Morgan Schneiderlin.
Robert Pires wants to be a boss at Arsenal now he's hung up his boots.
Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez is interested in joining Arsenal.

Phil Jones has revealed his delight at making his return to the Manchester United starting XI after 11 months of injury hell.
Manchester United defensive duo Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling face axe after Jose Mourinho bust-up.
Huddersfield Town coach David Wagner is wanted by Bundesliga side Ingolstadt.
Mario Balotelli has urged Liverpool outcast Mamadou Sakho to quit Anfield, telling him 'If you want, come to Nice!'
Aston Villa are tracking Greenock Morton's teenage winger Jai Quitongo amid interest from West Ham, Crystal Palace, Swansea and Wigan.

Theo Walcott could leave the England squad at any time this week with wife Melanie poised to give birth.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin is poised to sign a contract extension amid continued interest from Barcelona and Manchester City.

Branislav Ivanovic could be set for a move across London to West Ham; the Chelsea defender is out of contract in the summer.

Steven Gerrard will not be hanging up his boots - sparking fresh speculation he is set for a reunion with Brendan Rodgers at Celtic.
Queen of the South manager Gavin Skelton has quit the Scottish Championship club due to personal reasons.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   9/11/2016, 19:09

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Wednesday November 9

 
Hector Bellerin has signed a new six-year contract at Arsenal worth £30million.
Harry Kane is in the frame to replace Wayne Rooney as the next England captain.
Kurt Zouma played 90 minutes for Chelsea's U21s on Tuesday as he continues hes recovery from injury.

Everton have joined Arsenal in the race for Charlton youngster Ademola Lookman.
Southampton boss Claude Puel has bemoaned the pressures on Premier League managers.
Cesc Fabregas will only leave Chelsea for a top European club - not for West Ham.

Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini has pulled out of the Belgium squad with a calf injury.
Jack Wilshere says he almost lost his love for football while he was plagued with injuries.
Burnley and Aston Villa are interested in signing Joey Barton after his contract at Rangers was terminated.
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Aaron Cresswell says he was devastated when he was released by Liverpool as a youth player.
Chelsea U21s and Oxford set an EFL Trophy record with 34 spot-kicks in their Tuesday shoot-out.

Liverpool are lining up a move for Rostov forward Sardar Azmoun.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   10/11/2016, 12:47

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Thursday November 10

 
Everton are considering a January loan move for Manchester United's Memphis Depay.
Wayne Rooney is poised to earn a spot in England's first XI in place of Harry Kane, who needs a late fitness test.
Arsenal tell Chile to send Alexis Sanchez home to England after his injury on international duty.
West Ham have been asked to pay for extra police to stop trouble at the London Stadium.

Manchester United director Ed Glazer spent £45,000 backing Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Tottenham will not break their £100,000 salary cap to hand Hugo Lloris a new contract.
Wayne Rooney is not certain to start for England against Scotland despite Dele Alli's injury.

Adam Lallana wants Gareth Southgate to be named permanent England manager.

West Ham are in talks to swap Simone Zaza with Napoli's Manolo Gabbiadini.

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is involved in a contract stand-off with the club.
Andreas Pereira is ready to make a January return to Manchester United from Granada if Jose Mourinho needs him.
QPR are poised to make Ian Holloway their new manager 10 years after he left Loftus Road.
Manchester United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan has vowed to prove his worth to Jose Mourinho.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/11/2016, 18:18

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Friday November 11
 
 
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is plotting a shock move for Arsenal contract rebel Mesut Ozil.
The FA has still not removed Sam Allardyce's name from the England manager's office at Wembley six weeks after he was sacked.
Chelsea are looking at Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti.
Antonio Valencia wants to sit down with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to thrash out a new deal.
Tottenham face a battle to keep hold of captain Hugo Lloris with contract talks stalling.
Andreas Pereira could have his loan-spell with Granada cut short after Manchester United's poor start to the season.

Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel is ready to call time on his career at Stamford Bridge if the right offer is on the table in January, after failing to force his way into Antonio Conte's plans.

Italian sides AC Milan and Napoli are monitoring France striker Olivier Giroud's situation at Arsenal.
Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli says he has no interest in Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, despite admitting that the World Cup winner is a player "any coach would love to have".
Sky Bet Championship side Derby are ready to offer Joey Barton a new start, following the termination of his contract with Scottish side Rangers.
Aston Villa's former England defender Micah Richards is a target for Turkish side Trabzonspor.
Daniel Sturridge will start up front for England in their must-win Wembley showdown with Scotland on Friday night - even though he has yet to score for Liverpool in the Premier League this season.

Memphis Depay is ready to make a bid to save his Manchester United career - by heading out of Old Trafford on loan.
Manchester United are plotting an Old Trafford return for Michael Keane - but a swoop for the Burnley man will cost them a major cash windfall.
United, meanwhile, have reportedly offered Bastian Schweinsteiger £9.6million to terminate his contract.
Luis Suarez wants Barcelona to snap up his former Liverpool pal Glen Johnson.

Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic will not be sold to Napoli in January, his agent insists.
Dundalk midfielder Daryl Horgan admits he would consider a move if Newcastle make a bid for him.
Manchester United right-back Matteo Darmian remains on Inter Milan's radar despite the club changing manager, according to reports.
West Brom are willing to offer Liverpool outcast Mamadou Sakho a lifeline amid interest from Nice.
Borussia Dortmund are keen to extend Christian Pulisic's contract amid reported interest from Liverpool.

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann has talked up a potential move to Manchester United after revealed he wants to play alongside compatriot Paul Pogba at club level.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   12/11/2016, 11:49

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Saturday November 12

 
Real Madrid are monitoring Manchester United's teen sensation Marcus Rashford.
Barcelona are considering a £65m bid to sign Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho.
Fiorentina star Milan Badelj has played down reports linking him with a move to Chelsea.
Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger held four-hour talks with Chicago Fire earlier this week about a move to the MLS side.
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi would reject a move to Barcelona even if they offered him a bumper pay rise, says his father.
Juventus reportedly sent a scout to watch Manchester United's Memphis Depay play for Holland against Belgium earlier this week.
Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has revealed he once challenged Mark Hughes to a fight during their time together at QPR.
Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has opened talks with Marseille over a January move.

David Moyes has revealed he turned down the chance to sign Joe Hart on loan because he has such high hopes for Sunderland No 1 Jordan Pickford.
Manchester United aim to snap up Ivan Rakitic before the Croatian signs a new deal with Barcelona.
US winger Ella Masar has agreed a four-year deal to continue playing her football in Sweden - to avoid Donald trump's presidency.
Fulham and Bristol City are keen on a January transfer swoop for Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn.
Indian club Kerala plan to hand their entire crowd Zinedine Zidane masks to welcome opposing Chennaiyin manager Marco Materazzi.

Barcelona have made Philippe Coutinho their priority for next summer's transfer window.

Chelsea want Diego Costa to sign a lucrative new contract to fend off the advances of former club Atletico Madrid.
Simone Zaza's agent father is ready to listen to offers for the Italy international to leave West Ham.
Antonio Conte has been accused of freezing John Obi Mikel out at Chelsea as "punishment" for going to the summer Olympics with Nigeria. 

Jose Mourinho is considering a £26m move for Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.

Olivier Giroud could be offered a route out of Arsenal in January with Serie A duo AC Milan and Napoli both interested in the France striker.
Real Madrid were preparing to make a move for Neymar before he signed a new contract with Barcelona last month, according to the Brazilian's father.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   13/11/2016, 17:26

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Sunday November 13

 
Jose Mourinho is looking to offload England skipper Wayne Rooney as he remains unconvinced that he has got a long-term future at Old Trafford.
Arsenal are poised for crunch talks with Mesut Ozil which will determine if he is going to sign a new contract to remain at the Emirates.
James Rodriguez is wanted by Chelsea and Manchester United after Zinedine Zidane reportedly made the Real Madrid star available for transfer.
Arsenal look set to miss out on target Ricardo Rodriguez as the Wolfsburg left-back's agent is in reportedly in Italy to hold transfer talks with Inter Milan and Napoli.
Liverpool are preparing a move for Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud in January.
Manchester United have joined Chelsea in the race to sign Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.

Jose Mourinho is eyeing an £8m deal for Galatasaray winger Bruma.
Arsenal face disappointment in their attempts to sign the Swedish wonderkid dubbed 'the new Mesut Ozil' as Feyenoord appear to be in pole position to sign Husqvarna's 16-year-old attacking midfielder Peter Gwargis.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is set to be offered a coaching position at Wigan by his old friend Warren Joyce.

Athletics superstar Usain Bolt has once again expressed a genuine desire to play for Manchester United and admitted that he will soon train with Borussia Dortmund. 

Alexis Sanchez has reached a stalemate in his talks over a new deal at Arsenal. The Chilean has been in talks since August over a huge rise on his £130,000-a-week wages. Manchester City and Juventus are keeping tabs on the situation.
Manchester United are considering a triple raid on Atletico Madrid. Jose Mourinho is a long-term admirer of Antoine Griezmann and Jose Gimenez and now Belgian star Yannick Carrasco is on his wishlist.
Arsenal and Liverpool are on alert following Jose Mourinho's bust-up with Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw. Smalling has attracted interest from Arsenal in the past while Liverpool need a new left-back.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is weighing up a January move for Bayer Leverkusen defender Jonathan Tah.
Sunderland are set to battle Swansea for Leicester's out-of-favour striker Leonardo Ulloa.
Gareth Southgate will be confirmed as the next England manager at the start of next month.

Borussia Dortmund are considering ending Henrikh Mkhitaryan's Manchester United hell with a loan move for their former playmaker.
West Ham flop Simone Zaza has emerged as a January target for Valencia.

Arsenal are willing to bid £26m to sign Jose Gimenez but the figure falls well short of Atletico Madrid's asking price.

Gareth Southgate has said that the England job holds "no fears" for him as he prepares to be appointed the 15th permanent candidate in that role following a decisive 3-0 victory in the pivotal World Cup qualifier against Scotland on Friday night.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   14/11/2016, 11:09


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Monday November 14


    Harry Kane and Tottenham have agreed to put all talks over a new contract on hold as the two parties are at loggerheads.
    Olivier Giroud has sent a message to Arsenal team-mate Alexis Sanchez as he vows to reclaim his place in the starting line-up.
    Eden Hazard has hailed the impact Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is having on his game as part of the Belgium coaching staff.
    Bolton are attracting shock interest from a Saudi Arabian group who want to buy the League One title chasers.
    Everton boss Ronald Koeman says he would be delighted to take the Netherlands job - if it ever became available.

    Arsenal are to hold crunch contract talks with Mesut Ozil as Manchester United eye a move for the midfielder.
    Liverpool are monitoring Arda Turan's situation at Barcelona, according to reports in Spain.
    John Obi Mikel has released a statement insisting he does not think he is being punished by Chelsea for going to the Olympics.

    Everton boss Ronald Koeman wants both Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay in January.
    Southampton are ready to make Laurent Jans the Premier League's first star from Luxembourg.
    Gareth Southgate is pushing the FA for a quick decision over his future as England manager.
    Jamie Vardy is set to lead England's attack against Spain on Tuesday as Gareth Southgate prepares to rotate his line-up.
    Hull goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic could be reunited with Steve Bruce at Aston Villa.

    Adam Lallana has defended former Southampton team-mate Luke Shaw after the Manchester United defender came under fire from Jose Mourinho.
    Juventus could reportedly make a move for Memphis Depay should they fail to land top target James Rodriguez.
    Liverpool are eyeing Manchester United's Luke Shaw as they look for cover at left-back.

    Liverpool defender Joe Gomez put his year-long injury nightmare behind him as he played 45 minutes of a behind-closed-doors friendly on Sunday.
    Serbia and Southampton midfielder Dusan Tadic is to wear a protective mask against Ukraine and Liverpool.
    Ander Herrera has dismissed talk of unrest against Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, insisting he has helped further his international career.

    West Ham are planning to cut short the loans of Gokhan Tore and Simone Zaza in January.

    Gareth Southgate is the right manager for England if they want to emulate Spain's achievements, according to Aitor Karanka.

    Borussia Dortmund's chief executive has confirmed that the nine-time Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt will train with the Bundesliga team.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   15/11/2016, 11:23

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Tuesday November 15

 
Manchester United have joined the pursuit of £51million-rated Portugal international striker Andre Silva.
Mesut Ozil is closing in on a £200,000-a-week deal to stay at Arsenal.
Gareth Southgate will be offered a £1.5million-a-year contract until 2020 to manage England.
Chelsea will offer Frank Lampard a job at Stamford Bridge following his exit from New York City.
Lionel Messi will sign a new deal with Barcelona and overtake Cristiano Ronaldo as the world's best-paid player.
Manchester United outcast Bastian Schweinsteiger has opened talks with MLS side Chicago Fire over a January move.
Juan Mata's father has revealed the Manchester United midfielder will not decide on his future until the end of the season.

Memphis Depay will become a target for Juventus if the Italians fail in their bid to sign James Rodriguez from Real Madrid.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is set for a move to Chicago Fire after being frozen out at Manchester United.
Chelsea will go head to head with Tottenham for Napoli's teenage sensation Amadou Diawara.
Lionel Messi has rejected a new Barcelona deal.
Mike Phelan wants Ravel Morrison to boost Hull's battle to beat the drop.

Wayne Rooney could leave Manchester United for a new MLS franchise in Los Angeles in 2018.
Barcelona are interested in signing Chelsea target Joao Cancelo - but won't be able to sign the right-back in January.
David Sullivan insists Dimitri Payet is staying at West Ham despite hinting at a January exit.
Liverpool's hopes of signing Mahmoud Dahoud have taken a hit with Borussia Dortmund offering a player-plus-cash deal for the midfielder.

Manchester United are interested in signing Porto sensation Andre Silva.
Wayne Rooney is the top target for new MLS franchise Los Angeles FC.

Tottenham will risk losing Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris if they refuse to improve the existing wage structure to accommodate their two biggest stars.
At least five MLS clubs are interested in Bastian Schweinsteiger after Manchester United handed him the chance to find new employers in January.
Memphis Depay is open to discussing a winter switch to Everton with his immediate Manchester United future looking bleak.

Memphis Depay is open to the possibility of moving to Everton after Ronald Koeman declared an interest in signing the out-of-favour Manchester United winger.
Bastian Schweinsteiger met with Chicago Fire head coach Veljko Paunovic at an Italian restaurant in the Cheshire village of Hale, where the midfielder lives, over the weekend to discuss a January move.

Harry Kane will demand he is paid at least £120,000-a-week to sign a new contract at Tottenham Hotspur.
Lionel Messi will see out his Barcelona contract after rejecting a new deal.
Leicester City will demand over £10million for Sunderland target Leonardo Ulloa in January.

Chelsea will offer Frank Lampard a role back at Stamford Bridge if the former England midfielder decides his playing days are over after announcing his intention to leave New York City in December at the end of his contract.
Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has held talks with the Chicago Fire about a move to the MLS club.

Daniel Sturridge is set to quit Liverpool - in a move which will spark a bidding war for his signature.
Manchester United want Portugal striker Andre Silva.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/11/2016, 18:08

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Wednesday November 16

 
Arsene Wenger is weighing up a January swoop for Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes from Roma.
Raphael Varane hopes to stay at Real Madrid for the rest of his career, halting talk of a reunion with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
Manchester United and RB Leipzig are chasing Chelsea whiz-kid Reece James.
Wales manager Chris Coleman is wanted by two clubs in the Chinese Super League.

Chelsea are ready to sell out-of-favour Oscar - and that will put Inter Milan on red alert.
John Terry is wanted by Andre Villas-Boas for a reunion in China.
Manchester City outcast Yaya Toure has been urged to leave the club and consider joining French side Marseille by his brother and ex-Blues defender Kolo.
Jan Vertonghen will be the next player to sign a new contract at Tottenham - but will not be in the £100,000-a-week club.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has entered the race for Charlton starlet Ezri Konsa, joining both Manchester clubs, Liverpool and Arsenal.

Barcelona star Ivan Rakitic has snubbed a move to Manchester United.
Meanwhile, United are in talks to sign 19-year-old Corinthians defender Guilherme Arana.
Galatasaray winger Bruma is keen to secure a move to the Premier League, with Tottenham, Chelsea and United likely to be among those vying for his signature
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Sunderland manager David Moyes says he will not leave the club to coach Scotland if Gordon Strachan leaves the national job.
Chelsea could recall defender Nathan Ake, 21, from his loan spell at Bournemouth because of a lack of playing time.

Chelsea are set to offer AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma a huge salary increase to move to the Premier League.
Simon Mignolet has admitted he's not happy on the Liverpool bench but has ruled out a January exit.
Aleksandar Mitrovic will turn down Napoli to help fire Newcastle back into the Premier League.

Juventus believe teenager goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is the heir to Gianluigi Buffon and have made signing him their next objective.
Thiago Silva is desperate to sign a contract extension at Paris Saint-Germain.
Hull are lining up a January move for Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison. The 23-year-old has made just eight appearances since joining on a free transfer in the summer of 2015.

Celtic are the latest club to be linked with a move for Charlton Athletic's in-demand centre half Ezri Konsa.

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