Tuesday's Newspapers: February 05, 2019 daily telegraph Marcus Rashford is in talks with Manchester United over a lucrative new contract which would see his wages doubled to more than £150,000 a week. Chelsea have been angered by the claims Thibaut Courtois that director Marina Granovskaia reneged on promises over his future ahead the goalkeeper's summer move to Real Madrid. Hatem Ben Arfa is pursuing £7m in compensation from Paris Saint-Germain for not playing him. Cardiff City have signed Republic of Ireland U19 player Aaron Bolger on loan from Shamrock Rovers. daily mirror Football chiefs have been summoned to Westminster to explain their failure to tackle racism. Jamie Vardy's relationship with Claude Puel may have hit rock bottom after the player was picked up by cameras appearing to swear at his boss. Bayern Munich have warned Chelsea they will fight again for Callum Hudson-Odoi in the summer. Newcastle owner Mike Ashley feels manager Rafa Benitez should now sign a new three-year-contract after he delivered the Spaniard's top January transfer target. the sun Neil Warnock's future as Cardiff manager is in doubt over fears the Emiliano Sala tragedy is taking its toll. Tottenham star Harry Kane plans to step up his recovery from an ankle injury next week. Mark Warburton is behind an ambitious bid to buy Championship crisis club Bolton Wanderers. Andre Schurrle has warned Fulham he will leave the club if they are relegated from the Premier League. the times Tottenham are set to announce that next month's north London derby against Arsenal will be at Wembley amid fears they will not open their new stadium this season. The Reading striker Nelson Oliveira is 'disgruntled' that Aston Villa's Tyrone Mings will not face FA punishment. The Barnet chairman is planning to boycott tonight's FA Cup game at Brentford over a ticket row. Wilfried Zaha has requested a personal hearing in an attempt to escape a charge of improper conduct for sarcastically applauding a referee. daily mail The Premier League are planning to introduce a raft of measures to tackle racism in football. Arsenal head coach Unai Emery will have just £45m to spend in the summer transfer window. Manuel Pellegrini's programme notes welcomed Arsenal to the London Stadium last night instead of Liverpool. daily star Paul Pogba's brother Mathias says the Manchester United midfielder was ready to quit the club after falling out with Jose Mourinho. Genk right-back Joachim Maehle has encouraged Southampton to return for him in the summer after a failed January move. Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp is in talks over a new contract at the club.