Press Gossip - 2018

Discussion in 'Transfer Forum' started by christinaa, Mar 20, 2016.

  1. Dec 6, 2017

    Devil may care Full Member Verified Moaner

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    I guess things have went pear shaped for Rodriguez since Heynckes return?

    Shame that Moura is just giving up.

    Hope so, he's a very interesting player.
  2. Dec 7, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Thursday's Newspapers:
    December 07 2017

    THE SUN

    • Eden Hazard has allegedly been contacted by Zinedine Zidane over a move to Real Madrid.
    • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger fears Santi Cazorla's latest surgery could spell the end of his Gunners career.
    • Arsenal have not given up hope of persuading Mesut Ozil to sign a new deal before January.
    • Arsenal and Everton target Steven N'Zonzi admits he wants to quit Sevilla after a bust-up with boss Eduardo Berizzo.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Shakhtar Donetsk coach Paulo Fonseca followed Pep Guardiola into the post-match interview room dressed as Zorro on Wednesday night.
    • Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta wants to beat his 74-match record of starting consecutive Premier League games after Antonio Conte brought an end to his remarkable run.
    • Brighton are weighing up a bid to land Celtic striker Moussa Dembele in the January window.
    • West Bromwich Albion are among the clubs who will check on Red Star Belgrade striker Richmond Boakye against Cologne in the Europa League on Thursday.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Jonny Evans is at the centre of a four-way tug of war with Everton and West Ham joining the chase for his services.
    • Alberto Moreno left the Anfield pitch in tears during Liverpool's Champions League clash against Spartak Moscow on Tuesday.

    DAILY STAR
    • Morgan Schneiderlin wants to wipe the slate clean and prove he still has a future at Everton under new boss Sam Allardyce.
    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    • Juan Mata has insisted Manchester United are firmly in the race for the Premier League title, as they prepare for a potentially season-defining derby at Old Trafford on Sunday.
    DAILY EXPRESS
    • Barcelona star Lionel Messi has reiterated his desire to finish his career with boyhood club Newell's Old Boys.
    • Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists he is not in the market for a new goalkeeper.
  3. Dec 8, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Friday's Newspapers:
    December 08 2017

    Daily Telegraph


    Swansea City are to keep faith with manager Paul Clement and give him the January transfer window to rebuild the team.

    Daily Mirror
    Sam Allardyce wants to pull off an audacious £60m swoop for Borussia Dortmund marksman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

    Premier League basement side Swansea are mulling over a dramatic move for Tony Pulis.


    Tony Pulis - Linked with struggling Swansea
    Liverpool's Simon Mignolet has claimed he has had to "fight the world" to retain his place as the Reds No 1 goalkeeper.

    Chelsea are rivalling Barcelona's interest in Gremio's 21-year-old midfield star Arthur.

    Mike Ashley and Amanda Staveley met at a London curry house in a bid to break the deadlock over the sale of Newcastle.


    The Sun
    Chelsea want Jamaican Leon Bailey from Bayer Leverkusen in a £20m January deal, but face stiff competition from Barcelona.

    Philippe Coutinho has admitted his Liverpool future is uncertain as Barcelona prepare to launch a stunning £127m bid in January.

    Lionel Messi has dropped a huge hint he will retire from international football if Argentina flop at the World Cup.

    Daily Star
    West Brom boss Alan Pardew says he will have a plan to replace £30m-rated captain Jonny Evans in January.
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  4. Dec 9, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Saturday's Newspapers:
    December 09 2017

    DAILY MAIL


    Arsenal are yet to offer a new contract to Jack Wilshere with the midfielder set to enter the final six months of his current deal.

    Chelsea want to bring former players Frank Lampard and Michael Ballack back to the club as ambassadors.

    Georginio Wijnaldum says Jurgen Klopp got Liverpool's season back on track by making the players watch re-runs of the 4-1 defeat to Tottenham.

    Peter Crouch has urged Pep Guardiola not to send Phil Foden out on loan, as the Stoke striker feels staying at Manchester City would be better for Foden's development.

    DAILY STAR

    Roy Hodgson has told Eddie Howe he should view being touted as a future England manager as a badge of honour not a burden.

    Alan Pardew has challenged Salomon Rondon to start scoring and stop him looking for a new striker in the January transfer window.

    Paul Clement has denied claims he is one game from the sack at Swansea.

    Marco Silva has challenged Andre Gray to find top form for Watford on his return to ex-club Burnley.

    Leicester boss Claude Puel says Riyad Mahrez must not allow renewed transfer speculation to affect his game.

    Mauricio Pellegrino has warned Southampton striker Charlie Austin to stay humble and not get carried away with his current form.

    DAILY MIRROR

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes says Tottenham's window of opportunity to win the title may have already closed.

    Arsenal's players questioned Arsene Wenger's tactics during a training-ground inquest after the defeat to Manchester United.

    Antonio Conte has told Eden Hazard to find the "sacred fire" inside him to reach the levels of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar.

    Marouane Fellaini is set to make his comeback for Manchester United in the derby day clash with Manchester City.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    Thibaut Courtois has admitted that he is eyeing a return to Spain to be closer to his young family.

    Everton's Jonjoe Kenny says beating Liverpool would mean more than lifting the World Cup.

    West Brom will consider bidding for Burnley's Ben Mee if they lose Jonny Evans in the January transfer window.

    THE INDEPENDENT

    Jose Mourinho has questioned whether Pep Guardiola should be allowed to wear a yellow ribbon supporting jailed Catalan politicians in Sunday's derby.

    Sam Allardyce has told Wayne Rooney he must set the example for the Everton players at Liverpool in Sunday's derby.

    THE SUN

    Mauricio Pochettino has refused to rule out the possibility of Gareth Bale re-joining Tottenham ahead of their return to White Hart Lane next year.

    West Ham owner David Sullivan has banned the club from signing older players, without telling manager David Moyes.

    Carlo Ancelotti will put Premier League sides on alert by moving back to London following his sacking by Bayern Munich.

    Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua are set to ditch underperforming £615,000 per week Carlos Tevez less than a year after signing him.

    THE GUARDIAN

    Sam Allardyce says that Wayne Rooney's experiences of beating Liverpool with Manchester United will help Everton show the right mentality in the Merseyside derby.

    THE TIMES

    Gareth Southgate is considering handing England call-ups to Burnley duo Ben Mee and James Tarkowski as he ponders his World Cup squad.

    Theo Walcott has decided to postpone talks on a new Arsenal contract until the end of the season, with just 18 months left on his current deal.

    Injured Benjamin Mendy admits he shouldn't have been caught running down the touchline to celebrate Raheem Sterling's late winner against Southampton.
  5. Dec 9, 2017

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    West Ham owner David Sullivan has banned the club from signing older players, without telling manager David Moyes.


    Good call, otherwise Moyesy would be on the blower to O'Shea, Leon Osman et al.
  6. Dec 9, 2017

    Needham Full Member

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    Nothing new here, we already know Sullivan likes younger employees.

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    "I like them YOUNGER!!!"
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  7. Dec 9, 2017

    golden_blunder I hate football. Getting grumpier by the second Staff

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    How does that work? I mean what if the manager has lined up Michael Carrick for example?

    On the other hand as you say it’s probably to stop him signing jagielka, lescott, O’Shea, etc
  8. Dec 10, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Sunday Newspapers:
    December 10 2017

    SUNDAY MIRROR

    • Philippe Coutinho has demanded Liverpool give him assurances he can join Barcelona.
    • Real Madrid will swoop for Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris if Spurs fail to win silverware.
    • Olivier Giroud wants to quit Arsenal but is keen to keep his family in London which could spark fresh interest from West Ham and Crystal Palace.
    • Manchester City have still not decided if they will give Vincent Kompany a testimonial.
    • Mike Ashley has been given a two-week deadline to seal Newcastle's sale to Amanda Staveley.
    • Stoke are interested in Ghana internationals Daniel Opare and Edwin Gyasi - Opare is currently on loan with Lens while Gyasi is in Norway with Aalesund.
    • Jon Walters will be made available for loan next month after failing to win a place in Burnley's first team.
    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

    • Arsenal are set to move for Paris Saint-Germain youngster Goncalo Guedes.
    • Crystal Palace will offer Pape Souare a loan escape in January, with Marseille and Galatasaray expressing an interest.
    • Sergio Romero wants to leave Manchester United in January to secure an Argentina World Cup place.
    • Footballers from Russia remain on the radar of anti-doping authorities ahead of a WADA meeting with sport governing bodies later this week.
    SUNDAY EXPRESS

    • Chelsea 'keeper Thibaut Courtois expects his next move to be to Spain as he continues to stall on a new contract.
    • Jose Mourinho is preparing a club record £95m offer for Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

    • Jack Wilshere is confident he can fight his way back into Arsenal's Premier League plans.
    THE OBSERVER

    • Jack Wilshere has admitted he wonders what will happen with his Arsenal future with only six months left on his deal.
    THE SUN ON SUNDAY

    • Antonio Conte will allow Michy Batshuayi to leave Chelsea on loan in January.
    • Fulham have opened the door for Ryan Sessegnon to join Tottenham or Manchester United by stepping up their pursuit for a replacement.
    • David de Gea will not agitate to leave Manchester United and instead put the ball in Real Madrid's court.
    • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will get the chance to sign Ivan Perisic in January.
    • Ryan Giggs will find out in January whether he has landed the Wales manager's job.
    • Everton boss Sam Allardyce wants to sign Lamine Kone from Sunderland and is also set to hand young full-back Jonjoe Kenny a new long-term contract.
    • Borussia Dortmund will sack head coach Peter Bosz on Sunday, according to reports.
    • Lewis Grabban is set to be recalled from a loan spell with Sunderland before being sold to the highest bidder by Bournemouth,
    • Carlos Carvalhal faces a Sheffield Wednesday judgement day against table-topping Wolves on Friday.
    • Derby are joining the race to sign £1m-rated Bolton midfielder Josh Vela.
    • Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom has agreed terms on a new deal.
    DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY

    • Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez will call on Liverpool for a January boost to his attacking options, looking to loan in either Danny Ings, Daniel Sturridge or Dominic Solanke.
    • Watford are set to sign young IFK Gothenburg 'keeper Pontus Dahlberg as a long-term replacement for Heurelho Gomes.
    • Manchester United have invited Canadian prodigy Alphonso Davies on trial.
  9. Dec 11, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Monday's Newspapers:
    December 11 2017


    THE SUN

    • Jose Mourinho has held crisis talks with Marouane Fellaini in a last-ditch bid to get him to sign a new Manchester United deal.
    • Luke Shaw wants a £5m pay-off to leave Manchester United in January.
    • Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says that he 'cannot rely' on club captain Vincent Kompany.
    • Leicester forward Josh Eppiah is wanted by Everton, Bournemouth, West Ham and Stoke.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Mikel Arteta was left bleeding after a tunnel row between Jose Mourinho and Manchester City players at full-time at Old Trafford.
    • Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy is back kicking a football again, as his lengthy rehabilitation from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament continues.
    • Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has apologised for his highly-charged 'discussion' with a supporter after his club's draw with Bournemouth on Saturday.
    • Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland is still dreaming of an England call-up for the World Cup despite letting five in against Tottenham.
    THE TIMES
    • Jose Mourinho was covered in milk and water in a tunnel bust-up with City players after the Manchester derby.
    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    • Alan Pardew has hinted at strengthening West Brom's strike-force in January following their 1-0 defeat to fellow strugglers Swansea.
    • Roy Hodgson has challenged Christian Benteke to repay his team-mates after a penalty miss by Crystal Palace's record £32m signing cost his team a vital victory against Bournemouth.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois has denied holding the club to ransom and says he wants a new contract.
    • Crystal Palace owner Steve Parish was involved in a bust-up with his own supporters at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
    • Antonio Conte is desperate for Chelsea to avoid Barcelona and PSG in Monday's Champions League draw to stop their season turning sour.
    • Swansea striker Oliver McBurnie is a target for Championship side Aston Villa.
    • Leeds are eyeing-up Sporting Lisbon centre-back Tobias Figueiredo.
    • Bolton are keen to re-sign Zac Clough back on loan from Nottingham Forest.
    • Cardiff City will offload out-of-favour Anthony Pilkington in January.
    THE INDEPENDENT
    • Pep Guardiola defended his public support of Catalonia's independence following Manchester City's derby win on Sunday, days after Jose Mourinho questioned whether managers should be allowed to make such political statements.
    DAILY STAR
    • West Ham defender Jose Fonte has accused club owner David Sullivan of 'ignorance' for suggesting signing the defender was a mistake.
  10. Dec 11, 2017

    Grylte "nothing wrong with some friendly incest, bro"

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    Woot?
    Not heard anything about this.
  11. Dec 11, 2017

    E-mal New Member

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    All this begging fellaini to sign a new deal, ffs let him go and bring in a midfielder actually able to play football.
    We should have sold him in summer and reinvest the money.
  12. Dec 11, 2017

    Grylte "nothing wrong with some friendly incest, bro"

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    Nevermind, found the thread :)
  13. Dec 12, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Tuesday's Newspapers:
    December 12 2017

    DAILY STAR

    • Manchester United and Tottenham are in the race to sign Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Antonio Conte is under renewed pressure to keep his job at Chelsea and is losing the board's faith.
    • Arsenal will launch a final attempt to re-sign Mesut Ozil with the January transfer window just three weeks away.
    • Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has revealed he is planning for life after retirement by getting his coaching qualifications.
    • Crystal Palace are confident of agreeing a deal to sign Espanyol goalkeeper Diego Lopez.
    • Swansea are stepping up their interest in Barnsley's Andy Yiadom.
    • Islam Slimani is fed up at Leicester and ready to quit the club in January.
    • Sunderland defender Papy Djilobodji is a target for Celta Vigo.
    THE SUN
    • The two Manchester clubs are rowing with each other over what happened in the Old Trafford tunnel, with different versions of events.
    • Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud has revealed he will consider his future once again in January as he looks to keep his World Cup dreams alive.
    • Real Madrid will make a decision on whether to lure Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to Spain this month.
    • Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng will put contract talks on hold to focus on the club's relegation scrap.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Players traded insults and punches in the tunnel melee that ensued at Old Trafford after the Manchester derby.
    • Chelsea are planning another bid to lure Everton's Ross Barkley to Stamford Bridge in January.
    • Chelsea scouts also watched Philipp Max play for Augsburg on Sunday as they look for a new left-back.
    • Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is open to the possibility of moving abroad in the January transfer window.
    • Sam Allardyce will hold a series of one-to-one meetings with Everton's players and has urged them to be honest as he prepares to trim his squad.
    • West Ham striker Diafra Sakho is a target for Championship side Cardiff City in January.
    • Arsenal are reluctant to let Olivier Giroud leave the club In January.
    • Newcastle have been offered the chance to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla.
    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    • Romelu Lukaku was accused of acting 'like a second-row rugby player' as he tried to get to Manchester City's players during the extraordinary tunnel bust-up at Old Trafford.
    • Mark Hughes is facing two potentially crucial games as he fights for his future at Stoke.
    • Roy Hodgson says Christian Benteke must win over disgruntled Crystal Palace supporters after making peace with his manager and team-mates following his weekend penalty miss.
    THE TIMES
    • Man Utd have denied Romelu Lukaku threw the drinks bottle that cut Mikel Arteta as it was thrown into the Man City dressing room.
    DAILY RECORD
    • Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is targeting RB Leipzig centre-half Marvin Compper.
    • Preston boss Alex Neil is set to win the race for Motherwell striker Louis Moult.
    • A survey has revealed only 15 per cent of fans want Scotland games and cup finals to remain at Hampden Park.
    • Roberto Mancini wanted Brendan Rodgers as his right-hand man during his time as Man City boss.
    • Hearts boss Craig Levein believes Jamie Walker could be plotting a move away from Tynecastle in January.
  14. Dec 13, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Wednesday's Newspapers:
    December 13 2017

    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

    • Chelsea are weighing up a January bid to try to hijack Liverpool and Arsenal's interest in Monaco star Thomas Lemar as the club consider ways of increasing head coach Antonio Conte's options.
    • Manchester City are moving closer to securing Gabriel Jesus to a new, enhanced long-term contract.
    • Mohamed Salah is likely to be the next Liverpool star rested after Jurgen Klopp revealed the Egyptian's controversial substitution against Everton was precautionary due to a 'little' hamstring issue.
    • Alan Pardew is set for a transfer summit with West Bromwich Albion's hierarchy on Friday after confirming his interest in Danny Ings.
    • Claude Puel has issued a firm defence of his record at Southampton and insisted his "boring" reputation is undeserved, ahead of his return to St Mary's.

    THE SUN
    • Chelsea are in pole position to bag Juventus defender Alex Sandro from under the noses of Manchester United.
    • Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge will ponder a move abroad next month in a bid to save his World Cup hopes with Valencia and Real Betis keen.
    • West Ham are prepared to offload teenager Reece Oxford in a permanent deal to Borussia Monchengladbach.
    • Manchester City defender Danilo is wanted by old club Porto on loan for the remainder of the season.
    • Manchester United starlet Scott McTominay is wanted by a host of Championship clubs on loan next month.
    • Nigeria will be allowed to play in the World Cup next summer despite playing an ineligible player during qualifying - their 1-1 draw with Algeria was turned into a 3-0 defeat but did not affect their position.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Chelsea have been rebuffed in a £22m move for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey.
    • Rafa Benitez has set a deadline of Friday for Mike Ashley to tell him how much money he will have to spend in January.
    THE GUARDIAN
    • Sam Allardyce has cancelled Everton's Christmas party after telling his players their form this season is no cause for celebration.
    DAILY EXPRESS
    • Cristiano Ronaldo said he is excited at being reunited with Gareth Bale on the pitch, indicating that he wants him to stay at the Bernabeu.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Mauricio Pochettino will keep his players focused on Brighton by picking a full-strength team for Wednesday's match.
    • Jermain Defoe is set to go head to head with Marcus Rashford at Old Trafford on Wednesday - but does not regard him as a rival for a World Cup 2018 place.
    • Tottenham and Everton have joined the list of clubs keeping tabs on Hamburg's teenage striker Jann-Fiete Arp.
    DAILY STAR
    • Wolves winger Ben Marshall is a target for Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday.
    • Aston Villa, Fulham and Wolves all want Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban, who is currently on loan with Sunderland.
  15. Dec 14, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Thursday's Newspapers:
    December 14 2017

    DAILY MAIL

    • Mesut Ozil favours a move to Manchester United over Barcelona should he leave Arsenal in the coming months.
    • West Ham will sign 'two or three new players' in January, according to chairman David Sullivan.
    • Stevenage striker Danny Newton is being followed by QPR, MK Dons and Barnsley.
    THE SUN
    • Bournemouth are demanding £15m for Benik Afobe.
    • Liverpool are eyeing up a move for £22m-rated Atletico Madrid defender Sime Vrsaljko but could face competition from Napoli.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    • Amanda Staveley has made a second bid in her attempt to buy Newcastle United although current owner Mike Ashley is yet to accept it and could ask her to increase the offer for a second time.
    THE GUARDIAN
    • The FA's prospects of discovering who was to blame for the skirmish between players and staff of Manchester United and Manchester City on Sunday may be remote after it emerged there are no CCTV cameras in the corridor near the changing rooms at Old Trafford.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Real Madrid have agreed a £22m deal for Athletic Bilbao keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga - and that could mean Thibaut Courtois and David de Gea are now off their hit list.
    • Andres Iniesta says he's not worried about the prospect of former Barcelona teammate Neymar joining Real Madrid, but he would be "annoyed" if it happened.
    DAILY STAR
    • Zinedine Zidane is desperate for Real Madrid to sign Chelsea star Eden Hazard, according to reports.
    • Manchester United star Juan Mata believes goalkeeper David De Gea is undervalued outside of England.
  16. Dec 15, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Friday's Newspapers:
    December 15 2017

    DAILY EXPRESS

    • David Luiz has had clear the air talks with Chelsea coach Antonio Conte - but has told the Italian he wants his place back or he will be off.
    • Man Utd target Antoine Griezmann has been told he can leave by Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone.
    • West Ham are planning to swoop for Arsenal duo Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud.
    • Gareth Bale has settled on a pre-agreement with Manchester United to leave Real Madrid in the summer, according to a report in Spain.
    THE SUN
    • Pep Guardiola is determined to land a new centre-back next month - with Virgil van Dijk and Jonny Evans still high on his shopping list.
    • Old Trafford chiefs fear Zlatan Ibrahimovic may never be the same player following his horror knee KO.
    • Danny Rose insists he will feel enmity but no envy when he faces up to Kyle Walker on Saturday.
    • Barcelona are reportedly interested in Manchester United star Daley Blind.
    • Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery had his transfer planning documents stolen when burglars made away with around £18,000 worth of valuables from his apartment.
    • Barcelona legend and 2002 World Cup winner Ronaldinho wants to join the Brazilian senate.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Jose Mourinho is ready to offload Henrikh Mkhitaryan in the summer - to pave the way for the signing of Mesut Ozil as his replacement.
    • Wilfried Zaha has hit back at the diving accusations levied against him by claiming he is a targeted victim of his Premier League opponents.
    • Liverpool's hopes of signing Lazio defender Stefan de Vrij have been boosted after Barcelona ended their interest in him.
    • The majority of West Ham's squad face a 50 per cent wage cut should they stay at the club if it is relegated this season.
    • Real Betis are interested in taking Stoke's Jese Rodriguez back to Spain on loan - he has been out of their squad after returning to Spain to be with his seriously-ill prematurely-born son.
    • Aston Villa will soon open talks with Manchester United over turning their loan move for 'keeper Sam Johnstone into a permanent stay.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Sam Allardyce has admitted Ross Barkley's future is out of his hands and indicated Everton's hierarchy will determine if he stays beyond January.
    • Manchester United have made enquiries for Chelsea midfielder Willian but the Premier League champions are reluctant to sell in January.
    • Sheffield Wednesday are closing on a loan move for Manchester United striker James Wilson.
    • Nathaniel Chalobah is using England's St George's Park base for his rehab from a knee injury.
    • Everton and West Ham are among the teams showing an interest in Lille defender Adama Soumaoro.
    DAILY STAR
    • Henrikh Mkhitaryan will seek showdown talks with Jose Mourinho about his Manchester United future.
    • Danny Rose says Spurs are ready to end Manchester City's record-breaking run - again.
    • Crystal Palace's on-loan defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah faces an absence after injuring his hamstring against Watford.
    THE TIMES
    • Arsenal face more contractual issues next season after failing to reach early agreement with Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck on new deals - both are out of contract in the summer of 2019.
    • Manchester City will look to Real Sociedad's Inigo Martinez if they miss out on Virgil van Dijk and other defensive targets.
    THE GUARDIAN
    • A report has shown 58 per cent of FA Women's Super League players are considering quitting for financial reasons, with 88 per cent earning less than £18,000 per year.
    DAILY RECORD
    • Rangers are set to be without midfielder Graham Dorrans for up to three months.
    • Morocco ditched plans for a pre-World Cup friendly against Scotland because their style is nothing like Spain and Portugal, who they will face next summer in Russia.
  17. Dec 15, 2017

    Grylte "nothing wrong with some friendly incest, bro"

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  18. Dec 16, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Saturday's Newspapers:
    December 16 2017

    Daily Mirror


    Chelsea are lining up a sensational player-plus-cash deal for the £80m-rated Monaco star Thomas Lemar and are willing to put Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi into the deal.

    Arsenal could lose eight players next summer as Arsene Wenger braces himself for his biggest-ever squad shake-up.

    The Sun
    Zinedine Zidane has talked up a potential Real Madrid move for Mohamed Salah after admitting that the Liverpool star is a player he "rates a lot".

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan is heading to the Manchester United exit after a bust-up with boss Jose Mourinho.


    Daily Express
    Barcelona have reportedly been told to pay £127m for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho - but negotiations are still ongoing.


    Daily Mail
    West Ham are prepared to cash in on Domingos Quina, with Liverpool leading the chase to land the starlet.

    Daily Telegraph
    Jose Mourinho says he will allow any unhappy player to leave Manchester United for the right price in next month's transfer window, news that will spark speculation over the futures of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Luke Shaw.

    Everton manager Sam Allardyce says his healthy relationship with Steve Walsh, the club's director of football, can ensure the transfer structure yields more productive results at Goodison Park.
  19. Dec 18, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Monday's newspapers:
    December 18 2017


    DAILY MAIL

    • Manchester United are targeting a £30m move for 20-year-old Bordeaux winger Malcom.
    • Graham Poll thinks Dele Alli should have been sent off in Tottenham's defeat by Manchester City.
    THE SUN

    • Newcastle want RB Salzburg striker Dimitri Oberlin in January but he's currently on loan at Basel.
    DAILY MIRROR

    • Antonio Conte says the other big six teams cannot allow Virgil van Dijk to sign for Manchester City.
    • West Ham's Manuel Lanzini is sweating on a three-game ban for diving against Stoke with the incident now under FA review.
    • Arsene Wenger believes Mesut Ozil is in the best form of his Arsenal career which is why he deserves a mega new contract.
    • Mauricio Pochettino says Dele Alli needs "help" after he narrowly avoided a red card in the defeat to Manchester City.

    DAILY STAR

    • Christian Benteke says he has no regrets about his penalty nightmare against Bournemouth last week.
    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    • David Moyes says he has sympathy for Stoke manager Mark Hughes as he knows how it feels to have people turn on you.


    THE GUARDIAN

    • Everton manager Sam Allardyce says they are crying out for the return of injured winger Yannick Bolasie.
    DAILY EXPRESS

    • Jose Mourinho has warned Manchester City not to celebrate winning the Premier League title yet.
    THE INDEPENDENT

    • Roy Hodgson has blasted Eddie Howe over allegations of Wilfried Zaha diving to win Crystal Palace penalties.
    DAILY RECORD

    • Tony Pulis is in the frame to become the new Rangers manager.
  20. Dec 19, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Tuesday's Newspapers:
    December 19 2017



    THE SUN

    • Arsenal are ready to bolster their defence with Chelsea's £25million defender David Luiz.
    • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is eyeing a swoop for Mainz starlet Abdou Diallo.
    • Tony Pulis is ready to make an emotional return to Stoke City to stave off the threat of relegation.
    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    • Mikel Arteta is being lined up as a future Arsenal manager as the Gunners plan for life after Arsene Wenger.
    • Chelsea defender David Luiz is hoping to prove his fitness before the January transfer window closes.

    DAILY MAIL
    • West Ham boss David Moyes is furious at the FA's decision to charge Manuel Lanzini with diving against Stoke.
    • Stoke boss Mark Hughes is feeling the pressure as club owner Peter Coates rues the club's horror run of results.
    • Aston Villa and Sheffield United have enquired about Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa, but appear set to miss out as Claude Puel is keen to keep the Argentine.
    • Sergio Aguero has been unable to feature regularly for Manchester City this season as he has been playing with a heel injury.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Inter Milan are keen on adding Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan on loan in January.
    • Mohamed Salah is no prima donna, says his Liverpool team-mate Simon Mignolet.
    • Manchester City are ready to rival Arsenal and Chelsea in the Wilfried Zaha transfer chase.
    • Swansea City have agreed a £2m fee with Barnsley for right-back Andy Yiadom.
    • Southend United are set to receive a fifth offer from Sheffield United for midfielder Ryan Leonard.

    DAILY STAR
    • Arsene Wenger is considering an offer for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany should the Premier League leaders come back in for Alexis Sanchez in January.
    • West Ham boss David Moyes says the FA has thrown referee Graham Scott under the bus by charging Manuel Lanzini.
    • Sol Campbell is coveting a return to Portsmouth as part of their coaching staff.
    • Brighton will reject any offers from Rangers for winger Jamie Murphy in the January transfer window.
    THE INDEPENDENT
    • Henrikh Mkhitaryan could return to Borussia Dortmund, repeating the move the Bundesliga club made to bring Shinji Kagawa back to the club after a move to Manchester United.
    • Angel Rangel says the Swansea City way is not in place anymore.
    DAILY RECORD
    • Aberdeen chief Stewart Milne has promised manager Derek McInnes funds for the January transfer window after persuading him not to leave for Rangers.
  21. Dec 19, 2017

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    That would annoy me, especially as I had high hopes for him. Honestly hope he can rediscover some sort of form and/or there is a formation that Mourinho identifies that can utilise his talents.
  22. Dec 20, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Wednesday's Newspapers:
    December 20 2017


    The Sun

    • Jose Mourinho is planning a British record £90m move for Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
    • Newcastle want Chelsea's David Luiz on loan next month to help steady the ship.
    • Crystal Palace have emerged as a contender to sign Manchester United keeper Sam Johnstone, who is currently on loan at Aston Villa.
    Daily Express
    • Paul Clement faces the sack if Swansea lose to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
    Daily Mail
    • Newcastle's relegation battle may hamper any deal between Mike Ashley and Amanda Staveley.
    • West Ham's Diafra Sakho started the game at Arsenal on the bench after a dispute with David Moyes about his place in the team and a £50,000 bonus.
    Daily Mirror
    • Rafa Benitez's job remains safe despite Newcastle's drop into the relegation zone.
    • Atletico Madrid are ready to sell Antoine Griezmann to Manchester United because of their row with La Liga rivals Barcelona.
    • Arsenal are considering a £42m bid for PSV forward Hirving Lozano.
    • Everton boss Sam Allardyce will make a January play for Arsenal winger Theo Walcott and also hopes to tie up a deal for Sevilla midfielder Steven Nzonzi.
    • Brighton could look to offer Marko Grujic a way out of Liverpool in January with the Serbia international unable to force his way into the Anfield first-team on a regular basis.
    • Nottingham Forest are set to make a renewed effort to bring Brondby keeper Frederik Ronnow to the City Ground.
    • Marseille are keen on Crystal Palace left-back Pape Souare as they look to fill the hole left by sacking Patrice Evra.


    The Times
    • Chris Coleman hopes to persuade Liverpool to allow Wales midfielder Ben Woodburn to join Sunderland on loan in January.
    • Paul Elliott will become the first former top-flight player to join the Football Association's board next month.
    Daily Telegraph
    • Wales international Harry Wilson has turned down the offer of a new deal at Liverpool and is set to leave next month.
    Daily Record
    • Marvin Compper has been hailed as the man who can seal up Celtic's defence as he prepares to sign a two-and-a-half year deal with the Scottish Premiership leaders.
  23. Dec 21, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    December 21 2017

    THE SUN
    • Chelsea are hoping to clinch a January transfer window double by signing Thomas Lemar and Ross Barkley.
    • Arsenal's top stars are growing frustrated with Alexis Sanchez amid growing dressing room tension.
    • Arsenal are on the trail of Lyon midfield sensation Houssem Aouar.
    • Inter Milan admit that Joao Mario is unhappy over a lack of game time.
    • West Brom and Leicester City will go head-to-head for Lokomotiv Moscow star Solomon Kvirkvelia.
    DAILY MIRROR
    • Swansea are trying to persuade Louis van Gaal to become their next manager.
    • David Luiz has offered himself to Barcelona as the Catalan giants scour the transfer market for a replacement for Javier Mascherano.

    • Daniel Sturridge's World Cup hopes are set to be blown apart as Jurgen Klopp prepares to keep him at Anfield for the rest of this season.
    DAILY MAIL
    • Vinicius Junior is set to get his first taste of life at Real Madrid as he travels to the Spanish capital to meet Zinedine Zidane and his team at their Valdebebas training base.
    • Everton are ready to offer Theo Walcott a chance to revive his World Cup dream with a move to Goodison Park in January. Walcott is yet to start a game in the Premier League so far this season.
    • Gabriel Jesus is set to agree a new five-year contract at Manchester City worth £100,000 a week. The Brazilian will be rewarded by City after making an impressive start to life there.

    THE GUARDIAN
    • Manchester City have reached an agreement with the Paraguayan club Libertad to sign the attacking midfielder Jesus Medina for £3m.
    DAILY EXPRESS
    • Paris Saint-Germain are ready to make a £25m January move for Arsenal misfit Alexis Sanchez to try to steal a march on Manchester City.
    DAILY STAR
    • Swansea are eyeing former Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal as their next manager.
    DAILY RECORD
    • Portuguese side GD Estoril are weighing up a move for Rangers defender Fabio Cardoso.
  24. Dec 22, 2017

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    DAILY MAIL

    Manchester United are monitoring Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic.

    Manchester City are almost certain to sign Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez in the summer and are also looking to add a defensive midfielder and centre back.

    Matteo Darmian could be on his way out of Manchester United in the January transfer window, with Napoli lining up a move for the Italy defender.

    Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is a target for West Brom.

    Everton director of football Steve Walsh and chief scout Martyn Glover were at Lille on Wednesday night to watch Bakary Soumaoro in action against Nice.

    Sam Allardyce is unlikely to allow striker Sandro and midfielder James McCarthy to leave Everton in January after they impressed in a behind-closed-doors match on Tuesday.

    Burnley are back on the trail of Bordeaux forward Nicolas de Preville.

    Marseille have joined the list of clubs to have expressed interest in signing Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere.

    Lewis Morgan will turn down Nottingham Forest and Preston North End to agree a £300,000 move from St Mirren to Celtic next week.

    THE INDEPENDENT
    Liverpool will go in for Monaco's £90million-rated Thomas Lemar in January, as they attempt to bolster their chances of securing a top-four spot, and beat Arsenal to the French international's signature.

    Liverpool are competing with Borussia Dortmund for FC Basel centre back Manuel Akanji.

    Norwich boss Daniel Farke is under increasing pressure with accusations of over-training his players compounding the Canaries' stuttering league form.

    THE SUN
    Arsenal will launch a £35.4million move to bring Juventus star Daniele Rugani to the Premier League.

    Everton boss Sam Allardyce wants to sign James Tomkins in the January transfer window.

    THE GUARDIAN
    Pep Guardiola has informed Manchester City's hierarchy that he would like to sign Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and Virgil van Dijk of Southampton, with both understood to have been identified as prime targets for the Premier League leaders.


    Mark Hughes will go into the home match against West Brom on Saturday facing the sack if Stoke show no sign of improvement and suffer a sixth defeat in seven games.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Manchester City will not move for Alexis Sanchez in the January transfer window - but will prioritise signing a new defender.

    Arsenal are one of three clubs interested in Shakhtar Donetsk winger Bernard.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has prioritised a centre-back in next month's transfer window - after deciding to hold off on Alexis Sanchez until the summer.

    DAILY STAR
    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is plotting a summer spending spree of £160m that will see him make three new signings, with Alexis Sanchez, Virgil Van Dijk and Sergio Busquets top of his list.

    Arsenal are keeping tabs on Barcelona's young ace Jose Arnaiz and could make a bid in the January transfer window.

    DAILY RECORD
    Celtic midfielder Liam Henderson is wanted by Italian side Bari in January.
  25. Dec 23, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Saturday's Newspapers:
    December 23 2017

    THE TIMES

    Sergio Aguero's future at Manchester City is in doubt as he is unhappy with Pep Guardiola's failure to play him in the club's biggest matches.

    THE EXPRESS

    Antonio Conte is desperate to land the Real Madrid job, with current boss Zinedine Zidane under pressure ahead of the Clasico against Barcelona.

    Manchester United players expect either Antoine Griezmann or Gareth Bale to sign for the club at the end of the season.

    West Ham have had an £8m bid for Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter rejected, but are set to return with an improved offer when the January transfer window opens.

    Lazio president Claudio Lotito says he will not stand in the way of Stefan de Vrij if the Liverpool target chooses to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.

    DAILY MAIL

    Manchester United had to send staff to Paul Pogba's house to wake him up after he failed to report for a post-match training session.

    Manchester City are backing plans to add a 39th game, which would be played abroad, to the Premier League calendar.

    David Moyes does not want to discuss extending his West Ham contract until the season has finished, despite his current deal expiring in the summer.

    Crystal Palace are targeting Basel forward Mohamed Elyounoussi and 6ft 9in Gillingham goalkeeper Tomas Holy in the January transfer window.

    Wayne Rooney will have been heartbroken to have retired from international duty, according to Antonio Conte.

    THE GUARDIAN

    Manchester United are preparing a £25m offer for Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon, and are prepared to allow Luke Shaw to leave to accommodate him.

    Tottenham could loan out Georges-Kevin Nkoudou so as they can give his place in their Champions League squad to the fit-again Erik Lamela.


    DAILY STAR

    Gareth Bale has told Real Madrid that he wants to quit the Bernabeu and return to the Premier League with Manchester United.

    Jose Mourinho is eyeing a move for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar, and has drawn up a shortlist that also contains Justin Kluivert, Christian Pulisic and Malcom.

    Chelsea are lining up a swap deal that would see David Luiz move to AC Milan and Leonardo Bonucci arrive at Stamford Bridge.

    Sam Allardyce says he wants to sign a new striker and a new full-back in January, but says he won't sign Steven N'Zonzi as Everton already have enough midfielders.

    THE SUN

    Arsenal are leading Manchester United in the race to sign Juventus defender Daniele Rugani and will make a £34.5m offer for the him in January.

    West Ham are set to launch a £20m bid for Swansea defender Alfie Mawson when the transfer window opens.

    Jurgen Klopp will battle his old club Borussia Dortmund to sign Basel's 22-year-old defender Manuel Akanji.

    Brighton are set to test Celtic's resolve with a £20m bid for Moussa Dembele, but is valued by the Scottish champions at £30m.

    THE MIRROR

    Romelu Lukaku has stopped celebrating goals because he is unhappy with Zlatan Ibrahimovic forcing him to play out wide, and is also angry with Jose Mourinho for not stopping it.

    Mauricio Pellegrino has told Virgil van Dijk he is no longer guaranteed a place in the Southampton team.

    Pep Guardiola says he feels sorry for Manchester City's rivals because his side are so good.

    Mauricio Pellegrino insists that Dele Alli is still "so important" for Tottenham, despite his dip in form.
  26. Dec 23, 2017

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    THE MIRROR

    Romelu Lukaku has stopped celebrating goals because he is unhappy with Zlatan Ibrahimovic forcing him to play out wide, and is also angry with Jose Mourinho for not stopping it.


    Biggest load of nonsense I've read this year.
  27. Dec 23, 2017

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    Aye, Norwegian outlet TV2 has also claimed Lukaku is unhappy with Zlatan because Zlatan is forcing Lukaku out of his position when he comes on, telling Lukaku to go to either wing.
  28. Dec 24, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Sunday's newspapers.


    SUNDAY MIRROR

    Manchester United are holding off handing Jose Mourinho a new contract, as doubts are growing over whether he can take the club back to the summit of English football.

    Dele Alli has to quit Tottenham if Real Madrid or Barcelona make moves for him this summer, according to Jermaine Jenas.

    Arsenal are leading the chase for Bundesliga hot shot Leon Bailey - and want to sign the £30m-rated Bayer Leverkusen winger next month.

    Olivier Giroud's agent is due in London for crunch talks this week over the Arsenal striker's future.

    Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton are eyeing £20m-rated Sheffield United midfielder David Brooks.

    Sunderland boss Chris Coleman is hoping to be reunited with Wales and Liverpool star Ben Woodburn in the January transfer window.

    SUN ON SUNDAY

    Jose Mourinho is ready to loan Ryan Sessegnon back to Fulham to make sure Manchester United land the £25m youngster.

    Manchester United's plans to increase Old Trafford's capacity have hit the buffers over staggering £750m costs.

    Rafa Benitez will listen to offers for out-of-favour Newcastle trio Jack Colback, Mohamed Diame and Rolando Aarons in January.

    West Ham boss David Moyes faces a losing battle to land Steven N'Zonzi - but is eyeing a shock move for Scotland midfielder John McGinn.

    Chelsea want to recall Mason Mount from his loan at Vitesse Arnhem.

    Pep Guardiola has an interest in Shakhtar Donetsk's Fred as Manchester City plan to bolster their midfield options next summer.

    FIFA have effectively promised they will investigate suspected Russian doping in football before the 2018 World Cup gets underway.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS

    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is still keen to press ahead with plans to land French international Steven N'Zonzi when the transfer window reopens.

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has made Inter Milan central defender Milan Skriniar his No 1 January transfer target.

    Mauricio Pochettino is ready to launch a double January transfer swoop for Ross Barkley and Luke Shaw to revive Tottenham's bid for honours.

    DAILY STAR SUNDAY

    England boss Gareth Southgate has not shut the World Cup door on Jack Wilshere.
  29. Dec 27, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Boxing Day's newspapers.


    DAILY MIRROR

    Naby Keita is desperate to join Liverpool in January - and could still push through an early move.

    Ex-Arsenal star Emmanuel Eboue has been offered legal advice to help overturn a court ruling that is set to leave him homeless.

    Marouane Fellaini is being targeted by a Chinese Super League club as his Manchester United deal runs down.

    Jurgen Klopp has claimed he is a defence-minded coach - despite Liverpool conceding 23 goals in 19 games.

    Roy Hodgson has admitted Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham target Wilfried Zaha could leave Crystal Palace.


    DAILY STAR

    Watford are after Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw and Arsenal speedster Theo Walcott in the January transfer window.

    Manchester City are set to beat Liverpool and Chelsea to Virgil van Dijk.

    Arsenal are set to swoop for Burnley defender James Tarkowski with Chelsea also keeping tabs.

    GUARDIAN

    Pep Guardiola believes the depth of his Manchester City squad will prevent burn-out over the intense festive programme.



    DAILY MAIL

    Swansea City caretaker boss Leon Britton insists he's not ready for the role on a permanent basis.

    Brighton must smash their transfer record to sign Moussa Dembele as Celtic hold out for £25m.

    Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has had a dig at 'privileged' rivals Manchester City over the festive fixtures schedule.

    Manchester United will seek safety advice from Liverpool to avoid problems ahead of their Champions League trip to Seville.

    INDEPENDENT

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says the club will have the final say on transfers in January.

    TELEGRAPH

    David Moyes has confirmed that West Ham are interested in signing Steven N'Zonzi.

    Mark Hughes is targeting three new signings after earning a reprieve as Stoke City manager.



    EXPRESS

    Chelsea will go head to head with Arsenal in a £30million January transfer battle for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey.

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is planning crunch talks with under-threat goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

    THE SUN

    Arsenal have been told they can have PSG forward Julian Draxler for £40million.

    Liverpool have been dealt a blow as Javier Pastore insists he will not leave PSG in January.


    Wednesday's Newspapers


    DAILY MIRROR

    Southampton are resigned to selling Virgil van Dijk in January - but are demanding a £70m world-record fee for a defender.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    Marouane Fellaini is holding out for £170,000 a week as he mulls over his future at Manchester United.


    THE SUN

    Arsene Wenger has finally given the green light for Arsenal to offer Jack Wilshere a new long-term contract.

    Liverpool teenager Ben Woodburn is a target for Leeds, Norwich, Preston and Sunderland who all want to sign the Wales striker on loan.

    Manchester United and Chelsea target Alex Sandro has been warned he must "repay" the faith shown in him by Juventus.

    Manchester United have reportedly slapped a £35m price-tag on Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

    Arsenal have reportedly seen a £35m bid for Medhi Benatia rejected by Juventus.

    West Ham manager David Moyes has admitted he is interested in signing Sevilla star Steven N'Zonzi.

    Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson admits he is braced for a big-money bid for star man Wilfried Zaha.


    DAILY MAIL

    Everton have posted an interest in £20m Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun.

    Rafa Benitez believes he will transform Newcastle into a top-eight club if a takeover is achieved.

    Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles will expect to be kept busy by Manchester City on Wednesday but it will hand him his chance to impress England boss Gareth Southgate.

    DAILY STAR

    Liverpool and Arsenal are battling it out for £42m Mexican striker sensation Hirving Lozano.

    DAILY EXPRESS

    Barcelona have five bargain players on their radar heading into the January transfer window - and Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is one of them.


    DAILY RECORD

    Celtic want £20m for striker Moussa Dembele.

    Celtic are hopeful Jonny Hayes has avoided a serious injury after the winger was stretchered off in the Boxing Day victory over Dundee.
  30. Dec 27, 2017

    kerano. New Member

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    christinaa,
    Where are you? I need my news!
  31. Dec 27, 2017

    SteveJ all-round nice guy, aka Uncle Joe Kardashian Scout

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    Today's Newspapers


    CAF NEWS

    Sweden boss kerano has SLAMMED christinaa's work ethic ahead of Wednesday's fixtures. "I actually had to lift my finger and click on stuff to get my transfer gossip," kerano said, "It's outrageous."
  32. Dec 27, 2017

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    :lol: She did not apply for any Christmas Holiday! At least I did not approve it.
  33. Dec 27, 2017

    SteveJ all-round nice guy, aka Uncle Joe Kardashian Scout

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  34. Dec 27, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Yesterday's and today's news is in post Nr 1229.

    Give me a break folks!!! :D

    A Happy New year to all of you - my friends. :)
  35. Dec 27, 2017

    SteveJ all-round nice guy, aka Uncle Joe Kardashian Scout

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    Happy New Year, Christina! :)
  36. Dec 27, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Thank you SteveJ.:)

    Yesterday's and today's news is in post Nr 1229.

    Give me a break folks!!! :D

    A Happy New year to all of you - my friends.
  37. Dec 27, 2017

    golden_blunder I hate football. Getting grumpier by the second Staff

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  38. Dec 28, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Thursday's newspapers.


    DAILY MAIL

    • Tottenham will smash through their wage ceiling to give themselves the best chance of keeping record-breaking striker Harry Kane.
    DAILY EXPRESS
    • Manchester United have been told they will need to pay £133m to land Paulo Dybala from Juventus.


    DAILY MIRROR
    • Jack Wilshere reckons he is getting back to his best form as he attempts to win a new Arsenal contract.
    • Watford are ready to make midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure the club's highest-paid player by offering him a new five-year deal.
    • Craig Dawson insists West Brom can shock Arsenal again despite their alarmingly bad form.
    THE SUN
    • FA bosses believe England is in pole position to host the 2030 World Cup.
    • Atletico Madrid are ready to let Chelsea target Yannick Carrasco leave the club next month.
    • West Ham are considering a swoop Leganes star Gabriel Pires in January.
    • Carlos Carvalhal is the shock name in the frame for Swansea after watching them at Anfield.
    THE GUARDIAN
    • Harry Kane has stated his ambition to add trophies with Tottenham to the individual accolades he has accumulated in a record‑breaking 2017.
    • Yannick Bolasie admits that Everton's attacking play has deteriorated under Sam Allardyce but he is confident the team will improve in that department.
    DAILY STAR
    • Sandro Ramirez could be on his way out of Everton after Valencia showed interest in the striker.
    • Jack Wilshere may have to lower his wage demands to sign a new contract with Arsenal.


    DAILY RECORD
    • Celtic will net more than £6m after Liverpool had a world record bid for Virgil van Dijk accepted by Southampton.
  39. Dec 29, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Friday's Newspapers:


    THE SUN


    Juventus have rejected an offer of £70million plus Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United for Paulo Dybala.

    Jose Mourinho fears Romelu Lukaku has slowed down because he has put on too much muscle since joining Manchester United.

    Pep Guardiola is losing patience with Vincent Kompany at Manchester City following his latest injury blow.

    Arsenal will battle Manchester City for West Brom captain Jonny Evans in the January transfer window.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    Southampton are interested in signing Daniel Sturridge, Alfie Mawson and Ryan Sessegnon with their Virgil van Dijk money.

    Manchester City will step up their interest in Real Sociedad central defender Inigo Martinez or Jonny Evans.

    DAILY MIRROR

    Chelsea are confident of agreeing a new five-year contract with Thibaut Courtois to fend off Real Madrid's interest.

    Southampton want to re-sign Theo Walcott from Arsenal when the Virgil van Dijk money arrives.

    West Ham want to sign Joe Allen and Lamine Kone in a January spending spree.

    DAILY MAIL

    Barcelona are growing increasingly concerned that the Manchester clubs will pay Samuel Umtiti's release clause.

    Everton will look to make headway in landing Steven N'Zonzi from Sevilla in the next 48 hours.

    Leicester have held discussions over a deal for Benfica full-back Andre Almeida.

    Huddersfield have spoken to Monaco regarding Almamy Toure.

    Brighton are wary of West Ham entering the race for £25million-rated Celtic striker Moussa Dembele.

    Real Madrid have watched Ryan Sessegnon at Fulham this season but he is still expected to join Tottenham eventually.
  40. Dec 30, 2017

    christinaa Gossip Girl

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    Saturday's Newspapers:


    DAILY MAIL

    Arsenal's stars are sick of Alexis Sanchez, want him out of the club and he was confronted by Jack Wilshere.

    Southampton are facing competition from Stoke in their pursuit of Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge.

    Pep Guardiola plans to remain as Manchester City boss beyond the third year of his contract.

    DAILY STAR

    Arsenal are lining up a move for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha to replace Alexis Sanchez.

    Stoke City are ready to offer Daniel Sturridge a deal and give him a chance of playing at the World Cup.

    DAILY MIRROR

    Liverpool could have signed Virgil van Dijk for as little as £3m in 2013.

    Daniel Sturridge fears Liverpool will block a potential move to Southampton in January.

    THE SUN

    Amanda Staveley's takeover of Newcastle is in jeopardy after talks with Mike Ashley hit a £50m wall.

    Stoke boss Mark Hughes wants to land either Daniel Sturridge or Danny Ings on loan from Liverpool.

    THE GUARDIAN

    Chelsea plan to resume talks with Eden Hazard over a new contract in January and are confident of tying him down amid interest from Real Madrid.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    Chelsea will make a second attempt to sign Ross Barkley in January and are also interested in Thomas Lemar.

    DAILY EXPRESS

    Alan Pardew has admitted defeat in trying to keep Arsenal and Manchester City target Jonny Evans at the club.