Press Gossip - 2019

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Monday's Nespapers:
8h July 2019

David De Gea's new Manchester United contract on £350k per week.




DAILY MIRROR
  • Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has rebuffed an approach from Newcastle owner Mike Ashley regarding the vacant managerial position.
  • Phil Neville has called upon FIFA to review the handball law.
  • Antoine Griezmann is adamant he will not return to Atletico Madrid's training this week, claiming he is suffering from 'emotional stress', according to reports.
  • Spain goalkeeper David de Gea is set to sign a new contract with Manchester United which would earn him £350,000 a week.
  • Phil Neville will resist any move to prise him away from the Lionesses.

DAILY MAIL
  • Tanguy Ndombele has revealed Mauricio Pochettino was the defining factor in his club-record move to Tottenham.
  • Jurgen Klopp's agent has admitted his client would like to manage the German national team one day, but insists he is currently more than happy at Liverpool.
  • Gary Medel has come out in defence of Lionel Messi after both players were sent off for a confrontation in the Copa America third-place play-off.
  • Burnley are on the brink of completing a permanent deal for Stoke defender Erik Pieters.


DAILY STAR

  • Arsenal are back on the trail of Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser as their hopes of landing Wilfried Zaha appear to have hit a dead end.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • Harvey Elliott is to join Liverpool this summer having had the pick of Europe's leading clubs since rejecting a scholarship at Fulham.
  • Arsenal will face increased competition from Napoli this week in the race to sign Celtic full-back Kieran Tierney.
  • Tottenham are in advanced talks with defender Ben Davies over a new long-term contract.
  • Celtic and Scotland full-back Kieran Tierney is being targeted by Arsenal and Napoli, with the Italian side ready to sell Mario Rui to raise the funds needed to sign the 22-year-old.
  • Nottingham Forest will complete the signing of Manchester City's Kosovan goalkeeper Aro Muric shortly.

THE SUN

  • Jack Butland could be left stuck in the Championship - with his Premier League options fading fast.
  • Barcelona have beaten Paris St-Germain in the race to sign 16-year-old striker Louie Barry after the England youth star's contract at West Brom expired.
  • Crystal Palace are interested in signing Chelsea full-back Reece James to replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka who joined Manchester United in June.
  • Manchester United and England Under-21s goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 22, is expected to re-join Sheffield United on loan after he was left out of the Red Devils' pre-season touring squad.
  • Former Arsenal and England defender Ashley Cole could become part of Frank Lampard's new Chelsea coaching staff.

DAILY RECORD

  • Celtic are set to slap more than £5m on the table to drive deals with Tommy Smith and Romaine Sawyers over the line.

SCOTTISH SUN

  • Fleetwood Town hope to land Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter.
  • Brentford are holding out for £2.5m for Celtic target Romaine Sawyers.
 

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Tuesday's Newspapers:
9th July 2019


Real Madrid trying to find the funds to buy Paul Pogba.



DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Liverpool will push on with contract talks with Champions League hero Divock Origi as they prioritise reaffirming his commitment to the club.
  • Ander Herrera says he decided to leave Manchester United after failing to be convinced about his importance to the club's future plans.
  • Aston Villa are playing the waiting game on a loan deal for Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe.
  • Carlo Cudicini will not be part of Frank Lampard's Chelsea backroom staff, but the club's former goalkeeper will be asked to stay at Stamford Bridge in a new role.

DAILY MAIL
  • RB Leipzig have made an improved £22.5m offer for Ademola Lookman.
  • Real Madrid are looking to sell Colombian forward James Rodriguez, 27, to raise funds for a £150m move for Manchester United's French midfielder Paul Pogba.
  • Bayern Munich expect German winger Leroy Sane o decide next week whether he wants to join them from Manchester City.
  • Manchester City are close to signing 16-year-old England Under-17 midfielder Morgan Rogers from West Brom.

DAILY MIRROR

  • Romelu Lukaku is hoping to be an Inter Milan player by the time they face Manchester United on July 20.
  • West Ham were worried Marko Arnautovic would go on strike if he stayed at the club beyond the transfer deadline.


THE GUARDIAN

  • Atletico Madrid have opened disciplinary proceedings against Antoine Griezmann that could result in a fine after he failed to turn up for training.

THE SUN

  • Daniel James has stunned his Manchester United team-mates by topping the pre-season fitness tests.
  • Aston Villa have slapped in a £7m bid for Burnley's unsettled England keeper Tom Heaton.
  • Manchester United are duelling PSG for Tiemoue Bakayoko and have already contacted Chelsea about the France midfielder, according to reports.
  • Sheffield United have made a £3m offer for Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn.


DAILY RECORD

  • Manchester United are struggling to find a buyer for Marcos Rojo after placing a valuation of £25m on the Argentina international.

SCOTTISH SUN

  • Blackpool are keeping tabs on Rangers' comeback star Jamie Murphy.
  • Oxford hope to take Stuart Findlay out of Kilmarnock as Laurentiu Branescu checks in.
 

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Wednesday's Newspapers:
10th July 2019


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Paul Pogba to wait another year before quitting Manchester United plus lines on Everton and Newcastle.


THE SUN
  • Arsenal are looking to hijack Everton's £31.5m move for Barcelona winger Malcom.
  • Paul Pogba will be asked to wait a year before quitting Manchester United by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
  • Mikel Arteta and Patrick Vieira have been warned off the Newcastle job by Rafa Benitez.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Romelu Lukaku to stay at Manchester United to get his chance next season.
  • Bournemouth are offering England striker Callum Wilson a new five-year deal to keep him at the Vitality.
  • Morgan Rogers has had a medical at Manchester City ahead of a stunning move from West Brom.
  • Bolton right-back Harry Brockbank, 20, is set to sign a new two-year deal, despite originally being released with Wanderers in administration.
  • Brentford are set to sign Danish under-21 captain Mathias Jensen with the midfielder expected to arrive for a £3.6million fee from Celta Vigo.
  • Mark Campbell's Sunderland takeover is off after he took a closer look at the club's books.



DAILY RECORD

  • Steven Gerrard has revealed Rangers are closing in on their eighth summer signing.
  • Stevie May is edging closer to the Aberdeen exit door - with Ross County the latest side to join the chase.

SCOTTISH SUN
  • Neil Lennon says he's never heard of Ecuadorian starlet Sergio Quintero, despite the midfielder claiming this week he was in talks with Celtic.

daily mail

Frank Lampard is to net a Champions League incentive in a £4m-a-year contract as his Chelsea move is sealed.
Arsenal want to pay 'embarrassing' £40m Wilfried Zaha offer in payments over five years.
Barcelona are 'willing to pay the £100m release clause' for Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez.
Barcelona officials are to meet with representatives of Neymar in a bid to seal a Nou Camp return for the Brazil international.
Tanguy Ndombele is expected to have a Tottenham medical on Tuesday ahead of a club-record deal worth up to £65m.
Dejan Lovren's representatives are in Milan for discussions over a move for the Liverpool defender.
Andy Murray is set to partner with Serena Williams in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon.


daily telegraph

Manchester United will make a formal approach to Newcastle for midfielder Sean Longstaff this week.
Frank Lampard will merge Chelsea's academy with the first team to encourage youngster development.
daily mirror
Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita is facing a race against time to be ready for the start of the season.
Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign Lyon attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir for just £30m.
Manchester City have bought a giant billboard right outside Old Trafford to advertise their new kit.
Alberto Moreno has written an emotional farewell message to Liverpool fans after his contract expired.


the times

Aston Villa are facing a Premier League investigation after selling Villa Park for £56.7m to comply with profit and sustainability rules.
daily star
Newcastle are facing a huge backlash from fans as the season ticket renewal deadline nears.
 

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The gossip for today feels like it was mostly reported a few days ago
 

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Barcelona have turned their attention to Manchester United's Sweden defender Victor Lindelof, 24, with Ajax and Netherlands centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, 19, set to choose Juventus. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Paris St-Germain will want 222m euros (£200m) from Barcelona if they are to sign Brazil forward Neymar - the same fee the French club paid the Spanish side for the 27-year-old. (Mirror)

Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce would welcome an approach from Newcastle United after the ex-Sunderland boss became the favourite to succeed Rafael Benitez at St James' Park. (Chronicle)

Manchester City assistant boss Mikel Arteta and Nice coach Patrick Vieira have been warned off the Magpies job by Benitez. (Sun)


Real Madrid will have to pay a record fee of about £162m to sign France midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United. (Marca)

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will ask 26-year-old Pogba to wait one more year before leaving Old Trafford. (Sun)

Tottenham Hotspur and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen is United's main target to replace Pogba if he ends up moving. (Evening Standard)

Eriksen, 27, stated his desire to leave Spurs earlier this summer but the club expect him to return for pre-season training later this week having received no official bids. (Guardian)

United manager Solskjaer wants Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, to turn down a move to Inter Milan and stay at Old Trafford next season. (Sun)

Bayern Munich are still interested in signing Germany winger Leroy Sane from Manchester City, despite the 23-year-old's £90m asking price. (Mirror)

Everton are among a number of clubs keen on City's England midfielder Fabian Delph, 29. (Sky Sports)

The Toffees are also interested in 19-year-old Italy forward Moise Kean, with Juventus wanting £31m and a buyback clause in any deal. (Mail)

Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign Real Madrid's Dominican Republic striker Mariano Diaz, 25, for a reduced fee of £18m. (Star)

Bournemouth have offered England striker Callum Wilson a new five-year contract with West Ham, Chelsea and Everton having been linked with the 27-year-old. (Mail)

West Ham United's deal to sign Celta Vigo forward Maxi Gomez is off after the club failed to agree a payment structure for the 22-year-old Uruguayan. (Sky Sports)

The Hammers have been offered Marseille's Italy striker Mario Balotelli, 28, on a free transfer as an alternative to Wilson and Gomez. (Mirror)

Liverpool are optimistic that Belgium forward Divock Origi, 24, will agree a new contract at Anfield. (ESPN)

Crystal Palace are close to signing Swansea's 27-year-old Ghana forward Jordan Ayew, who spent last season on loan at Selhurst Park. (Sky Sports)

Barcelona are interested in signing Romania attacking midfielder Ianis Hagi, son of ex-Barca midfielder Georghe Hagi, from Viitorul Constanta and then sending the 20-year-old on loan to Real Valladolid. (AS - in Spanish)

Norwich City's England Under-19 defender Max Aarons, 19, has agreed a new five-year contract with the Premier League newcomers. (Telegraph)

Derby County boss Phillip Cocu is trying beat Huddersfield Town to the signing of Everton's England Under-21 midfielder Kieran Dowell, 21. (Mail)

English billionaire Jim Ratcliffe has had a breakthrough in his bid to purchase French club Nice. (L'Equipe - in French)
 

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Thursday's Newspapers:
11th July 2019

DAILY MAIL

Sam Allardyce has snubbed a return to Newcastle after the Magpies made a shock approach for their former boss.

Manchester United are confident of beating Man City to the signing of Harry Maguire as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to build his side around the Leicester defender.

THE SUN
Steve Bruce met Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley last night as he closes in on his dream job.

Diego Costa is prepared to return to the Premier League with Everton.

Sheffield United have joined the race for Coventry's sought-after midfielder Tom Bayliss.

DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal are refusing to give up on signing Wilfried Zaha and are preparing to launch a player-plus-cash bid, with Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson and Mohamed Elneny all possible makeweights.

DAILY EXPRESS
Philippe Coutinho is no longer in Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde's plans.

DAILY RECORD
Neil Lennon has confirmed he is still targeting two more defensive captures as he looks to complete his rebuild of the Parkhead squad.

SCOTTISH SUN
Filip Helander has agreed to join Rangers in a £3.5m deal.

Alfredo Morelos has fuelled rumours over his future by sharing a story linking him with Crystal Palace.

Arsenal want to sign Barcelona winger Malcom, 22, with Everton having already bid £31.5m to sign the Brazilian. (Sun)

Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer "won't see out the season" as Manchester United manager. (talkSPORT)

Solskjaer remains confident he can pip neighbours Manchester City with a £75m deal for Leicester City's 26-year-old England defender Harry Maguire. (Mail)

Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 30, is ready to speak to Everton over a move back to the Premier League as the Brazil-born Spain forward considers leaving Atletico Madrid. (Sun)

West Ham have proposed a deal to sign Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, 31, on loan for the season. The Argentina forward spent the latter half of last season on loan at Chelsea. (Sky Sports Italia, via Mail)

Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce has asked the Championship club for permission to speak to Newcastle about becoming their new manager. (Times - subscription required)

Tottenham are leading Atletico Madrid in the race to sign Spanish midfielder Dani Olmo, 21, from Dinamo Zagreb in a £27m deal. (AS, via Star)

Everton have had a bid of 30m euros rejected by Juventus for 19-year-old Italy striker Moise Kean. (Tuttosport, via Sport Witness)

Roma are interested in Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld and the 30-year-old Belgium centre-back has a £25m release clause valid until 26 July. (Sky Sports)


Everton have expressed an interest in signing Lille's Nicolas Pepe. The 24-year-old Ivory Coast forward would cost the Toffees a club-record fee of about £58.5m. (Telegraph)

Southampton's 25-year-old midfielder Mario Lemina, who is wanted by Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester, says he does not want to be playing for the Saints next season. (France Football, via Daily Echo)

Tottenham are stepping up their bid to sign Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos, 22, on loan. (Mirror)

But Arsenal could beat their north London rivals Spurs to the signing of Spain player Ceballos. (Marca, via Express)

Arsenal are prepared to add defenders Calum Chambers, 24, Carl Jenkinson, 27, or midfielder Mohamed Elneny, 26, into any potential deal for Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha. The Gunners have already had a £40m offer for the 26-year-old Ivory Coast winger rejected. (Mirror)

Manchester City are "keen to keep" England midfielder Fabian Delph this summer despite rumours linking the 29-year-old with a move away from the Etihad. (Metro)

Wolves and West Ham are among the clubs trying to sign Edson Alvarez, a 21-year-old Mexican defender who currently plays for Liga MX side America. (Marca Claro, via Sport Witness)

Aston Villa, Brighton, Bournemouth and Wolves have all been linked with moves for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson, 22, who spent last season on loan at Derby. (Birmingham Mail)

West Brom have dismissed rumours that Egypt defender Ahmed Hegazi, 28, was set to join Saudi Arabian side Al-Ahli. (Birmingham Mail)

Manchester United's Spain midfielder Juan Mata, 31, rejected £550,000-a-week offer from Shanghai SIPG to renew his deal at Old Trafford. (90Min)

Mata says he signed a new contract because the club is one of the "big three or four" in the world. (MUTV)

David Luiz believes the return of Frank Lampard to Chelsea will see the club rediscover their identity. (Standard)
 

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Friday's Newspapers:
12th July 2019

Newcastle value Sean Longstaff at a whopping £50m



THE SUN

  • Manchester United have been put off by Newcastle's £50m valuation of Sean Longstaff.
  • Pep Guardiola is keeping tabs on his old favourite Dani Alves - as Danilo's Manchester City future hangs in the balance.
  • West Ham will turn to Atalanta's £40m striker Duvan Zapata after missing out on Maxi Gomez.
  • Manchester United have told Inter Milan they have to find £75m or they can forget about signing Romelu Lukaku.
  • Sheffield United have stepped up plans for the Premier League with a move for Preston's Callum Robinson.
  • Manchester United are confident a compromise can be reached with Leicester in their pursuit of Harry Maguire.

DAILY MAIL
  • Sheffield Wednesday are under attack from two angles with Newcastle confident of snatching their manager Steve Bruce and football's authorities investigating the sale of Hillsborough to owner Dejphon Chansiri in order to avoid a points deduction.

DAILY MIRROR
  • Newcastle United are poised to appoint Steve Bruce as their new manager today.
  • West Ham are eyeing a move for Diego Costa with Everton and Wolves also keen on the former Chelsea striker.
  • Arsenal skipper Laurent Koscielny has gone on strike following a bitter row over a new contract.
  • Liverpool and Chelsea have until today to decide how many tickets they want for next month's European Super Cup final in Istanbul.
  • Brighton defender Lewis Dunk has his heart set on Leicester this summer and would be devastated if the move does not happen.
  • Derby County are hoping to snap up Everton youngster Kieran Dowell on loan.
  • Cardiff are considering a bid for Brighton striker Glenn Murray to help them bounce straight back to the Premier League.
  • Leeds United are expected to snub the chance to sign Gary Cahill following his release by Chelsea.

DAILY STAR
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told his players he will not accept a repeat of last season's shambles.
  • Manchester United have told Inter Milan to pay £75m or forget about Romelu Lukaku.
  • Aston Villa will have to treble their opening offer of £11m to land Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips.
  • Chris Wilder will decide whether to offer Ravel Morrison a contract after Sheffield United's friendly against Northampton a week tomorrow.
  • Liverpool have blocked moves by Rangers and Leeds to take winger Ryan Kent on loan.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • Fulham plan to reintegrate striker Aboubakar Kamara into their squad and lift the club ban that followed his arrest at the training ground in January.

THE GUARDIAN

  • The December takeover of Bury, who are in extreme financial distress under the owner Steve Dale, was completed without being approved by the EFL under its regulations, the league has said.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
  • Bologna defender Filip Helander is expected to complete his £4m switch to Rangers in the next 24 hours.

DAILY RECORD

  • Celtic are set to scrap it out with Leeds to land Brentford playmaker Romaine Sawyers.
  • St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin is set to swoop for Go Ahead Eagles striker Thomas Verheydt.
  • Hibernian are hopeful of fending off competition from Aberdeen to land Scunthorpe midfielder Funso Ojo.
 

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Don't we usually put our transfer business pretty much on hold once we go on tour? I.e. Either early transfers or late, towards the deadline?
 

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Saturday's Newspapers:
13th July 2019


Manchester United have hardened their stance on Paul Pobga - putting a £180m price tag on the midfielder - but only Real Madrid remain interested.

DAILY MIRROR
  • Manchester United have hardened their stance on Paul Pobga - putting a £180m price tag on the midfielder.
  • Tottenham have launched a second raid on Leeds after joining the bidding for midfielder Kalvin Phillips.



TELEGRAPH
  • Inter Milan are likely to have to cough up around £90m to stand any chance of signing Romelu Lukaku from Manchester United this summer.
SCOTTISH SUN
  • Neil Lennon has revealed Olivier Ntcham still has not apologised for his shock quit outburst last week.


DAILY RECORD
  • Neil Lennon has rubbished a suggestion Celtic can't compete financially with clubs in the English Championship.
  • Martin Skrtel has confirmed talks with Rangers about a proposed summer move.
Manchester United have added £30m to their valuation of France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, and want £180m for the player they re-signed for £89m in 2016. (Star)

Juventus have ended their interest in Pogba, leaving the way clear for Real Madrid to sign the France international. (Mail)

Arsenal will demand £8.8m for 33-year-old France defender Laurent Koscielny, who wants to leave the club and refused to travel on the club's pre-season tour of the US. (London Evening Standard)

The Gunners have revived their interest in Benfica's Portugal defender Ruben Dias, 22, in the wake of the Koscielny developments. (Mail)

Manchester United could turn to Monaco's France Under-19 defender Benoit Badiashile, 18 - also being monitored by Wolves - if they miss out on Leicester's England international Harry Maguire, 26. (L'Equipe, via Express)

United will face a Perth Glory squad containing several schoolchildren in their opening tour game in Australia on Saturday. (Mail)

Inter Milan are likely to have to pay around £90m to stand any chance of signing Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, 26, from Manchester United this summer. (Telegraph)

West Ham are in talks with Eintracht Frankfurt over a deal to sign 25-year-old French striker Sebastian Haller for around £40m. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United's Republic of Ireland Under-17 striker Mipo Odubeko, 16, who scored 35 goals for the academy last season, has turned down a new contract. (Mail)


Juventus have agreed a fee of around 70m euros (£63m) with Ajax for their 19-year-old Netherlands defender Matthijs de Ligt. (De Telegraaf - in Dutch)

Real Madrid are monitoring Barcelona's pursuit of Paris St-Germain striker Neymar because president Florentino Perez still regrets not signing the Brazilian, 27, from Santos. (Star)

West Ham have demanded £10m for Equatorial Guinea midfielder Pedro Obiang, 27, amid interest from Italian sides Bologna and Sassuolo. (Sun)

Tottenham are set to make a bid for Leeds' English midfielder Kalvin Phillips, who the Yorkshire club value at £30m. (Mirror)

West Brom want to bring in Brentford's French forward Neal Maupay, 22, but are behind Sheffield United and local rivals Aston Villa in the queue for his signature. (Express and Star)

Relegated Fulham have contacted Brighton over a move for their French winger Anthony Knockaert, 27. (Argus)

Manchester United remain interested in signing midfielder Sean Longstaff from Newcastle despite the clubs remaining a long way apart in their valuation of the 21-year-old Englishman. (Sky Sports)

But Newcastle's £50m price tag on Longstaff may force Manchester Unitedto end their pursuit. (ESPN)

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley could end up having to pay more to make Steve Bruce his new manager than he offered Rafael Benitez to stay. (Sun)

Blackpool are among the sides hoping to sign Everton's Scotland Under-21 forward Fraser Hornby, 19, on loan this summer. (Liverpool Echo)

Everton have had a £200,00 bid rejected by Fleetwood for 19-year-old England Under-19 goalkeeper Billy Crellin. (Mail)
 

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Sunday's Newspapers:
14th July 2019


SUNDAY MIRROR

  • Liverpool have joined Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham and Manchester City in the chase to sign 21-year-old CSKA Moscow striker Fedor Chalov, who is also attracting interest from France, Spain and Germany.
  • Manchester United are refusing to budge on their valuation of Paul Pogba with Real Madrid needing to part with £150m if they want to sign the 2018 World Cup winner.
  • Steve Bruce has agreed to join boyhood club Newcastle - as the Premier League's lowest-paid manager.
  • Jack Butland reckons time is running out on his England days - unless he gets a move back to the Premier League.
  • Charlie Austin has snubbed a move to West Brom and looks set to see out the rest of his contract at Southampton.
  • Manchester City believe Leroy Sane will snub Bayern Munich if the German giants step up their interest in the winger by making an official bid.
  • Daniel Sturridge is being offered the chance to revive his career in Italy.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
  • Harry Maguire has asked Leicester to allow him to leave the club this summer, with Manchester United waiting in the wings to sign the England defender.
  • Bayern Munich are not giving up on signing Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi and are expected to make a new £45m bid for the England winger this week.
  • Neymar has ramped up the tension with his current side Paris Saint-Germain by admitting his best memory on a football pitch was beating them 6-1 with Barcelona.

DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
  • Arsenal and Tottenham face competition from Wolves as the race for Saint-Etienne central defender William Saliba hots up.
  • Manchester United are edging closer to a deal for Harry Maguire after the Leicester ace told Brendan Rodgers and team-mates that he wants to leave.
  • Manchester United have entered the race for Monaco defender Benoit Badiashile.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

  • Philippe Coutinho is ready to deal Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a massive blow by rejecting the chance of a move to Old Trafford.

Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho will reject the chance to join Manchester United and, while a return to Liverpool is possible, the 27-year-old Brazil international is more likely to join Paris St-Germain. (Express)

Barcelona have assured Coutinho's agent they are not planning to sell him, but he claims his client is being offered to other clubs by a representative with close ties to the Spanish side. (Sky Sports)

Bayern Munich will not give up on signing Chelsea's 18-year-old England forward Callum Hudson-Odoi and are expected to make a new £45m bid this week. (Mail)

Manchester United will not sell 26-year-old France midfielder Paul Pogba to Real Madrid if the Spanish club make a bid after the English transfer window closes on 8 August. (Mirror)

Leicester's England defender Harry Maguire, 26 - linked with a £75m move to Manchester United - has told the Foxes he wants to leave. (Mail)

Maguire has accused Leicester of pricing him out of a move, with both Manchester United and Manchester City having £70m bids rejected. (Sun)

Brazil forward Neymar, 27, has continued to push for a Barcelona return by saying his best memory in football was beating current club Paris St-Germain 6-1 with Barca in 2017. (Mail)


PSG's world record signing has also added to rumours of a Barcelona return by posting a video containing an image of him wearing the club's shirt, alongside a cryptic message from the Old Testament. (Goal.com)

Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen, 27, may end up staying at the club because of a shortage of sides with suitable resources for the Denmark international. (Guardian)

Liverpool have joined the race for £20m CSKA Moscow striker Fedor Chalov. Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United are also monitoring the 21-year-old. (Mirror)

Tottenham remain interested in Real Betis and Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 23, with the Spanish side set to focus on Lyon's France midfielder Nabil Fekir, 25. (Football.London)

Arsenal have returned with a second offer worth up to £25m for Celtic's 22-year-old Scotland defender Kieran Tierney after having a £15m bid rejected in June. (Mail)

Daniel Sturridge has been offered the chance to revive his career with Italian side Bologna after the former England striker, 29, left Liverpool. (Express)

Burnley are setting up a £7m move for Genk's Danish right-back Joakim Maehle, 22. (Sun)

Arsenal are ready to challenge Tottenham and Juventus for Roma's 20-year-old Italy midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo. (Calciomercato)

Manchester City winger Leroy Sane is not just a target for Bayern Munich - the German, 23, is at the centre of a bidding war between three boot suppliers. (Sun)

Liverpool have had no contact from Real Madrid over 27-year-old Senegal forward Sadio Mane, despite Senegal FA chief Saer Seck suggesting the Spanish club have made an offer. (Liverpool Echo)

Atletico Madrid are in advanced negotiations with Napoli to sign 25-year-old Albania defender Elseid Hysaj, who has been linked with Manchester United. (Football Italia)

USA defender Antonee Robinson is on the brink of leaving Everton, with the 21-year-old left-back close to completing a permanent switch to Wigan. (Liverpool Echo)

Dinamo Zagreb's Spanish midfielder Dani Olmo, 21, says he is not ruling out a transfer to any club as he continues to be linked with Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News)

Everton's Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye, 29, says he is aware of the rumours of a move to Paris St-Germain but that his focus is on the Africa Cup of Nations. (Sport Witness)

Marseille defender Adil Rami, 33, has given up on finishing his career in the MLS after the France international's break-up with Pamela Anderson. (L'Equipe - in French)
 

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Monday's Newspapers:
15th July 2019


Manchester United have agreed a world-record £80m deal for Leicester defender Harry Maguire




DAILY MAIL

  • Unai Emery is stepping up his search for a wide player this summer as Arsenal hold talks with Everton Soares over a move.
  • Sheffield Wednesday are holding out for £5m in compensation if Steve Bruce is to leave and become manager of Newcastle United.
  • Antoine Griezmann's lawyer admits the player is 'very disappointed' with Atletico Madrid's handling of his transfer to Barcelona, accusing his former club of acting in bad faith.
  • Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama is poised to collect his British passport over the coming weeks.


DAILY MIRROR

  • Eintracht Frankfurt want to keep West Ham target Sebastien Haller and are ready to offer him a new deal to keep him at the club.
  • Everton are set to let young left-back Antonee Robinson join Wigan, with fellow Toffee youngster Josh Bowler also expected to join Hull for the upcoming campaign.
  • Arsenal youngster Eddie Nketiah is set for a loan move this summer, with Bristol City close to sealing a season-long deal.
  • Sheffield United are closing in on a deal for Ben Osborn, who is free to leave Nottingham Forest this summer.


THE SUN

  • Manchester United have agreed a world-record £80m deal for Leicester defender Harry Maguire, with the England ace set for a medical on Monday.
  • Leicester have agreed a £45m deal for Brighton defender Lewis Dunk.
  • Flamengo have been in talks with Diego Costa over a proposed transfer for the forward - which could see a potential move to Everton break down.
  • Liverpool have joined Premier League rivals in the race to snare Russian striker Fedor Chalov away from CSKA Moscow.
  • Tottenham have made "contact" with right-back Dani Alves in a bid to sign the Brazilian on a free transfer.
  • Manchester United risk missing out on £70m Bruno Fernandes this summer, as the board refuses to back manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
  • Atletico Madrid are set to win the race to sign James Rodriguez from crosstown rivals Real Madrid.


THE GUARDIAN

  • Christian Eriksen may be forced to stay at Tottenham because he has no other offers on the table.

THE INDEPENDENT

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is considering Paul Pogba for the captaincy, despite the Manchester United's midfielder desire to leave this summer.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Leicester are confident that Harry Maguire will be committed to the club next season should other sides fail to reach their valuation of more than £75m.

DAILY RECORD

  • Neil Lennon hopes to have at least two more new faces in at Celtic for the next round of the Champions League.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

  • Celtic have rejected Arsenal's record £25m bid for Kieran Tierney.
  • Former Scotland international James Morrison is wanted by Aberdeen, Hibernian and Hearts on a free transfer after leaving West Brom.
 

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Tuesday's Newspapers:
16th July 2019



DAILY EXPRESS
  • Tottenham could offer Gareth Bale an exit from Real Madrid but his wages would prove a major issue.
  • Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa attended Liverpool's pre-season clash with Bradford in order to scout Ryan Kent.
  • Roma have told Tottenham to forget about signing midfield sensation Nicolo Zaniolo.

DAILY MAIL
  • Harry Maguire has confirmed his desire to join Manchester United or Manchester City should they meet Leicester's City's record valuation of £85m.
  • Newcastle have revived their bid to sign Brazilian striker Joelinton and want to get a deal agreed this week with Mike Ashley ready to pay £36m for the Hoffenheim frontman.
  • Barcelona have admitted they had to take a loan out to pay for the signing of Antoine Griezmann.
  • Burnley are interested in signing Leeds midfielder Mateusz Klich as Sean Dyche looks to add goals to the Clarets midfield next season.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • David De Gea is set to finally end the uncertainty over his future by signing a new long-term contract in excess of £350k- a-week with Manchester United once the club returns from their pre-season tour of Australia and Asia in August.

THE SUN
  • Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has paid £4m to Sheffield Wednesday for Steve Bruce.
  • Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is set to stay at the club this summer with no clubs yet to make a bid for the World Cup winner.
  • Arsenal will miss out on a £27m deal for Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir because they can't offload Mesut Ozil.

DAILY MIRROR

  • Former Brighton manager Chris Hughton has turned down the chance to become the next Sheffield Wednesday boss.
  • Jurgen Klopp's first signing at Liverpool, Marko Grujic, wants to return to Anfield and become a "true Reds player" this season.
  • Everton could make a move for Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic if they can offload Cenk Tosun.
  • Saint-Etienne remain keen on Leicester midfielder Nampalys Mendy.

DAILY STAR
  • Arsenal have agreed a deal worth up to £36m for Brazilian and Gremio star Everton Soares.
  • Real Betis are the clear favourites to land Nabil Fekir this summer after submitting an offer in recent weeks.

GUARDIAN

  • West Ham are optimistic Sébastien Haller will join them from Eintracht Frankfurt.

THE INDEPENDENT

  • Manchester United will go in with a concrete £50m bid for Sporting's Bruno Fernandes over the next three weeks, as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to reshape his midfield.
  • Manchester United will resurrect interest in Tottenham Hotspur's Christian Eriksen if Paul Pogba eventually leaves the club this summer.

SCOTTISH SUN
  • Former Hibernian, Sunderland and Celtic striker Anthony Stokes is poised to join Turkish club Adana Demirspor.
  • Rangers will have to wait until Liverpool's US tour is over to try and re-sign Ryan Kent, with the winger called up to the Reds' pre-season squad.
  • Former Hull City defender Alex Bruce has returned to Kilmarnock, signing a one-year deal at Rugby Park.
  • Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio has opened talks over a loan for Manchester City winger Thomas Agyepong.
 

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Wednesday's Newspapers:
17th July 2019



DAILY EXPRESS

  • Newcastle are on the verge of appointing former Lyon boss Bruno Genesio as their new manager.
  • PSG offered Neymar to Manchester United after rejecting Barcelona's bid, according to reports in Spain.

DAILY MAIL
  • Manchester United will begin negotiations this week to bring Bruno Fernandes to Old Trafford.
  • Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld are expected to take part in Tottenham's pre-season tour despite doubts about their futures at the club.
THE SUN
  • Inter Milan will this week tell Manchester United they will meet their £75m asking price for Romelu Lukaku - but only in a deal including bonus payments.
  • Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Brazil forward Everton in a £36m transfer from Gremio.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has held talks with Fred over the last few weeks and assured him he is part of Manchester United's first-team plans.
  • Arsenal are desperate to sign Barcelona's Malcom on loan but the La Liga champions are demanding £50m upfront.
  • William Saliba reportedly wants to seal a transfer to Arsenal but St Etienne prefer rivals Tottenham's offer for the 18-year-old.
  • West Ham have agreed a £3m deal with Wigan to sell striker Jordan Hugill - and he is trying to agree terms.
  • Dani Alves is prepared to take a pay cut to join Arsenal - but still wants £200k-a-week wages.
  • Brentford are making a £750k bid for Blackpool left back Marc Bola.
  • Luton have bid a club-record £1.35m for Rijeka goalkeeper Simon Sluga.

DAILY MIRROR
  • Stoke have warned Jack Butland will not be allowed to leave for under £20m.
  • Manchester United star Eric Bailly is being 'lined up for a transfer' if Harry Maguire completes his switch from Leicester.
  • Liverpool have been named as the 'ideal destination' for promising Real Sociedad star Mikel Oyarzabal with the Spain international set to leave the Spanish side in the coming weeks.
  • Napoli have reportedly made a £14.5m offer for Everton youngster Henry Onyekuru.

DAILY STAR

  • Arsenal are confident they will beat Tottenham to the loan signing of Real Madrid starlet Dani Ceballos and get the deal done before the weekend with the player keen to sort his future.
  • Barcelona have been told by PSG that Neymar will cost them 300m euros (£271m) as the Ligue 1 club reject any swap deal including Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele.
  • West Ham are expected to complete a club record £45m move for Sebastien Haller despite fears of a late gazumping by a Champions League club.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • Arsenal's Unai Emery is hoping to buy four players as he eyes 'very big, very expensive' recruits.
  • Danny Rose will not travel with the Tottenham squad to Singapore on Wednesday for the club's pre-season tour in Asia and instead the left-back will stay behind in England with a view to him being sold.
  • Manchester City are willing to let £42m defender Eliaquim Mangala leave the club on a free transfer this summer as he will not even be included in Pep Guardiola's first team squad.
  • Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye remains eager to move to Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

SCOTTISH SUN
  • Celtic's Olivier Ntcham is being tracked by a number of clubs including Marseille and Porto but no bids have been made for him yet.
  • Hibernian will not be offering deals to either Bristol City midfielder Jonny Smith or Chinese Taipei international Will Donkin.
  • Coventry have joined the race to sign Rangers' forward Glenn Middleton.
  • St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown has vowed to put up a fight in the battle for Aberdeen striker Stevie May.

DAILY RECORD

  • Ryan Hardie's time at Rangers has come to an end with the striker set to join Blackpool.
Paris St-Germain have rejected a bid from Barcelona - of £40m plus 31-year-old Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic and 27-year-old Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho - for Brazil forward Neymar, 26. (L'Equipe, via Express)

Inter Milan are expected to meet Manchester United's £75m valuation for Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, but only in a deal which would involve paying £60m over three years and another £15m depending on bonus payments. (Sun)

Real Madrid's Spain midfielder Dani Ceballos, 22, is close to signing forArsenal. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Tottenham's Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, is one of the names identified by Atletico Madrid as they look to sign a playmaker. (Evening Standard)

Roma cannot afford Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld's £25m release clause and could offer Italy midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo, 20, as part of the deal to sign the 30-year-old Belgium centre-back. (Mirror)

England left-back Danny Rose, 29, will not travel with Spurs on their pre-season tour to Singapore, with a view to him being sold. (Telegraph)


Everton are interested in Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic, 33, and are waiting to see if the Croatia international has a future at the Serie A champions under new manager Maurizio Sarri. (Telegraph)

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet's agent says the 31-year-old Belgian still aims to leave the Reds in search of more first-team football. (Les Sports Plus - in French)

AC Milan could try to sign Manchester United and Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly, 25, after being put off by Liverpool's £18m asking price for 30-year-old Croatia centre-back Dejan Lovren. (Tuttosport, via Mail)

Manchester United have made a big-money offer - thought to be £50m - toSporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24. (Mirror)

France centre-back Eliaquim Mangala can leave Manchester City for free. The 28-year-old was the most expensive defender in British history when he joined City from Porto for £42m in 2014. (Mail)

English midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, 27, says he is not looking to leave Newcastle United. (Star)

Southampton striker Charlie Austin, 30, reacted angrily when he was told he would not travel with the first-team during pre-season and called manager Ralph Hasenhuttl "disrespectful". (Sun)

Barcelona are interested in bringing Real Betis' 22-year-old Spain Under-21 left-back Junior Firpo to the Nou Camp this summer to provide cover for Spain international Jordi Alba, 30. (Marca)

Arsenal have sent a club doctor to Brazil to check the status of 23-year-old Everton Soares as a deal to sign Gremio's Brazil striker gets closer. (Fox Sports, via Metro)

William Saliba wants to seal a transfer to the Gunners but Saint-Etienneprefer rivals Tottenham's offer for the 18-year-old French centre-back. (Sun)

Liverpool have included 35-year-old English goalkeeper Andy Lonergan - who is a free agent after leaving Middlesbrough - on their pre-season tour of North America because of a shortage of cover. (Mail)

Atalanta's 23-year-old Italy defender Gianluca Mancini is set to sign for Roma for 26m (£23.48m). (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)
 

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Thursday's Newspapers:
18th July 2019


DAILY MAIL

  • American tycoon Todd Boehly has set his sights on acquiring a Premier League club based in London, with Chelsea and Tottenham his preferred targets.
  • Rob Holding is on course to hand Arsenal a huge boost by returning to action during pre-season.
  • Fernando Llorente is assessing an offer to return to Serie A with Fiorentina after his contract expired with Tottenham.

DAILY EXPRESS

  • Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is putting "pressure" on Old Trafford chiefs to wrap up a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
  • Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba's summer transfer saga is far from over and Mino Raiola insists a move to Real Madrid remains a possibility.
  • Frank Lampard will have the final say on whether Willian gets a new contract at Chelsea.
  • Neymar could be in line for a transfer to Juventus to link up with Cristiano Ronaldo, as the Brazilian pushes for a move away from PSG.

DAILY STAR

  • Brendan Rodgers has told Manchester United he will slam the door on any cut-price attempt to snatch Harry Maguire from Leicester.
  • Arsenal are set to pay Dani Ceballos' entire salary while he spends the season on loan from Real Madrid.
  • Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips has begun talks over a new contract, putting a potential move to Aston Villa in jeopardy.


DAILY MIRROR
  • Manchester United are on the verge of signing Lyon wonderkid Florent Da Silva.

THE SUN

  • Manchester United ace Eric Bailly is being eyed by AC Milan after being put off by Liverpool's £18m transfer valuation of Dejan Lovren.
  • Alan Shearer has revealed he advised Steve Bruce not to take the manager's job at Newcastle.
  • Laurent Koscielny faces showdown talks and being docked pay after he refused to go on Arsenal's pre-season USA tour.


THE SCOTTISH SUN

  • Full-back Danny Simpson will join Celtic on trial next week after his Leicester City exit.
  • Celtic have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Israel defender Hatem Abd Elhamed.
  • Reece McAlear is set to leave Motherwell with Norwich close to agreeing a transfer fee.


DAILY RECORD

  • Neil Lennon has admitted Ecuador youth international Jose Cifuentes is on Celtic's radar but insists there has been no concrete move.
Real Madrid are planning to launch their "Operation 200" as they look to offload forwards Gareth Bale, 30, and James Rodriguez, 28, to fund their move for 26-year-old Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. (Marca, via Sun)

Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has refused to discount the prospect of the Manchester United midfielder returning to Juventus. (AS)

Neymar, 27, has opened the door to United as the Brazil international desperately bids to leave Paris St-Germain. (Mundo Deportivo, via Sun)

Barcelona are exploring different packages to try to re-sign Neymar from PSG, with one involving taking him on loan this summer and an obligation to buy him permanently in a year's time. (Sport, via Express)

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard will decide whether Brazil international Willian will get a new contract at the club. The 30-year-old winger has one year left on his Blues deal and Barcelona are interested in signing him for £30m. (Express)

Newcastle United head coach Steve Bruce could have more than £90m to spend this summer in the transfer window. (Sky Sports)

Bruce 'was the 11th choice' for the Newcastle job and not even on their original shortlist. (Mail)

Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer says he told Bruce not to take the manager's job at the club. (Sun)

Hoffenheim have confirmed striker Joelinton, 22, is in "concrete talks" with a Premier League club - and Newcastle United are hoping to complete what could be a record-breaking deal for the Brazilian forward. (Chronicle Live)

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has warned Manchester United there is a time limit if they want to sign England centre-back Harry Maguire, 26, as the Foxes do not want to leave themselves short. (Star)

Rodgers has praised the professionalism of Maguire and admitted he was "relaxed" about the interest of Manchester United in the central defender. (Independent)

Liverpool remain highly unlikely to sell Simon Mignolet, 31, and have no plans to send the goalkeeper on loan before the transfer window closes. (Liverpool Echo)


Manchester United have emerged as new contenders in the race to sign 20-year-old Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo. (Mirror)

Striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, is intent on leaving Manchester United for Inter Milan. (Times - subscription required)

Spanish striker Fernando Llorente, who is a free agent after his Tottenham contract expired, is weighing up an offer from Serie A side Fiorentina. (Mail)

Unai Emery insists Arsenal are working to bring in "three or four" players before the start of the new season. (Independent)

Defender Laurent Koscielny, 33, faces showdown talks and being docked pay after he refused to go on Arsenal's pre-season USA tour. (L'Equipe)

Midfielder Granit Xhaka is in pole position to replace Koscielny as the Arsenal captain. (Telegraph)

Juventus supporters gave Matthijs de Ligt's agent Mino Raiola a rock star reception as he accompanied the 19-year-old defender for his medical on Wednesday. (Metro)

Arsenal's pursuit of Celtic and Scotland defender Kieran Tierney is fast becoming the transfer saga of the summer, but the Gunners could have competition for the 22-year-old. (Scotsman)

Arsenal have been warned they have not come "anywhere near" meeting Crystal Palace's valuation of 26-year-old forward Wilfried Zaha. (Mirror)

Pep Guardiola has opened the door for Leroy Sane, 23, to quit Manchester City - by telling the £100m-rated German winger he can leave if he is unhappy. (Mirror)

Burnley are looking for £12m for 33-year-old England international keeper Tom Heaton, £8m more than Aston Villa have currently bid. (Birmingham Mail)

Ashley Cole has sparked speculation he is about to join Chelsea's coaching staff after posting a picture of himself in an airport before a flight to Japan, where the Blues are on tour. (Mirror)

Fulham midfielder Jean Michael Seri is set to join Turkish side Galatasarayon loan for an initial £1.3m with an option to make the deal permanent. (Mail)
 

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Friday's Newspapers:
19th July 2019


Inter Milan are getting cold feet over paying £75m for Romelu Lukaku but Juventus are upping their interest in Paul Pogba.

THE SUN
  • Inter Milan are getting cold feet over paying £75m for Romelu Lukaku - leaving the striker in limbo and Antonio Conte fuming.
  • Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is refusing to meet a £60m asking price for Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso.
  • Laurent Koscielny is ready for a legal showdown with Arsenal after being told to take a 50 per cent pay cut.
  • Manchester United have made a £62m bid for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Italian reports claim.
  • RB Leipzig are the frontrunners in the race to land Chelsea's Ethan Ampadu on a season-long loan.
  • Krystian Bielik is desperate to leave Arsenal after being told his contract will not be extended.

DAILY STAR
  • Juventus are willing to offer Joao Cancelo, Blaise Matuidi and Douglas Costa to Manchester United to help them win the race for Paul Pogba.
  • Rafa Benitez rejected the chance to sign Joelinton as he didn't want to spend £36m on a relatively unknown player.
  • West Ham are eyeing three strikers: Alfredo Morelos of Rangers, Tottenham's Fernando Llorente and Porto's Moussa Marega.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • Jurgen Klopp has promised he will never walk away from a Liverpool contract, as he reassured the club there was no cause for concern in his delaying talks on a new deal.
  • Andreas Pereira has urged Paul Pogba to stay at Manchester United and play a vital role in shaping the futures of the club's emerging young players.

DAILY MIRROR
  • Liverpool have swooped for 18-year-old Arsenal target Bilel Hassaini, according to latest reports from France.
  • Brazil star Everton Soares has fuelled rumours he could join Arsenal this transfer window after dropping two transfer hints on social media.
  • Benjamin Mendy has dealt Manchester City a blow by announcing he is set to miss the first month of the season.
DAILY MAIL
  • Callum Hudson-Odoi is in advanced talks with Chelsea and looks ready to commit to a five-year-deal in what would be a huge boost for Frank Lampard's new reign at the club.
  • Manchester United are sending their groundsman to Shanghai to make sure there is no repeat of the pitch farce that marred their last visit to China.

THE GUARDIAN
  • The young Saint-Etienne centre-back William Saliba has decided to join Arsenal despite a late attempt by Tottenham to sign the France U20 international.
SCOTTISH SUN
  • Lille are set to launch a £5m bid for Celtic defender Jozo Simunovic.
  • Celtic are on the verge of clinching a £1.6m deal for Hatem Abd Elhamed.
DAILY RECORD
  • Liam Ridgewell has admitted he would be willing to join Rangers after suggestions Steven Gerrard could be interested.


Real Madrid are planning to launch their "Operation 200" as they look to offload forwards Gareth Bale, 30, and James Rodriguez, 28, to fund their move for 26-year-old Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. (Marca, via Sun)

Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has refused to discount the prospect of the Manchester United midfielder returning to Juventus. (AS)

Neymar, 27, has opened the door to United as the Brazil international desperately bids to leave Paris St-Germain. (Mundo Deportivo, via Sun)

Barcelona are exploring different packages to try to re-sign Neymar from PSG, with one involving taking him on loan this summer and an obligation to buy him permanently in a year's time. (Sport, via Express)

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard will decide whether Brazil international Willian will get a new contract at the club. The 30-year-old winger has one year left on his Blues deal and Barcelona are interested in signing him for £30m. (Express)

Newcastle United head coach Steve Bruce could have more than £90m to spend this summer in the transfer window. (Sky Sports)

Bruce 'was the 11th choice' for the Newcastle job and not even on their original shortlist. (Mail)

Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer says he told Bruce not to take the manager's job at the club. (Sun)

Hoffenheim have confirmed striker Joelinton, 22, is in "concrete talks" with a Premier League club - and Newcastle United are hoping to complete what could be a record-breaking deal for the Brazilian forward. (Chronicle Live)

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has warned Manchester United there is a time limit if they want to sign England centre-back Harry Maguire, 26, as the Foxes do not want to leave themselves short. (Star)

Rodgers has praised the professionalism of Maguire and admitted he was "relaxed" about the interest of Manchester United in the central defender. (Independent)

Liverpool remain highly unlikely to sell Simon Mignolet, 31, and have no plans to send the goalkeeper on loan before the transfer window closes. (Liverpool Echo)

Manchester United have emerged as new contenders in the race to sign 20-year-old Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo. (Mirror)

Striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, is intent on leaving Manchester United for Inter Milan. (Times - subscription required)

Spanish striker Fernando Llorente, who is a free agent after his Tottenham contract expired, is weighing up an offer from Serie A side Fiorentina. (Mail)

Unai Emery insists Arsenal are working to bring in "three or four" players before the start of the new season. (Independent)

Defender Laurent Koscielny, 33, faces showdown talks and being docked pay after he refused to go on Arsenal's pre-season USA tour. (L'Equipe)

Midfielder Granit Xhaka is in pole position to replace Koscielny as the Arsenal captain. (Telegraph)

Juventus supporters gave Matthijs de Ligt's agent Mino Raiola a rock star reception as he accompanied the 19-year-old defender for his medical on Wednesday. (Metro)

Arsenal's pursuit of Celtic and Scotland defender Kieran Tierney is fast becoming the transfer saga of the summer, but the Gunners could have competition for the 22-year-old. (Scotsman)

Arsenal have been warned they have not come "anywhere near" meeting Crystal Palace's valuation of 26-year-old forward Wilfried Zaha. (Mirror)

Pep Guardiola has opened the door for Leroy Sane, 23, to quit Manchester City - by telling the £100m-rated German winger he can leave if he is unhappy. (Mirror)

Burnley are looking for £12m for 33-year-old England international keeper Tom Heaton, £8m more than Aston Villa have currently bid. (Birmingham Mail)

Ashley Cole has sparked speculation he is about to join Chelsea's coaching staff after posting a picture of himself in an airport before a flight to Japan, where the Blues are on tour. (Mirror)

Fulham midfielder Jean Michael Seri is set to join Turkish side Galatasarayon loan for an initial £1.3m with an option to make the deal permanent. (Mail)
 

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Saturday's Newspapers:
20th July 2019

the sun

Liverpool could be ready to make Mohamed Salah the Premier League's top-paid player when they offer him a contract worth £22.4m a year.
Barcelona are eyeing a shock transfer move for Bayern Munich full-back David Alaba to provide competition to Spain regular Jordi Alba.
Bayern Munich are looking to steal Tottenham's top transfer target Giovani Lo Celso - as the Real Betis star is eyed by the Bundesliga champions.
Crystal Palace have reignited their interest in Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson to replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka - and could land him for just £5m.


daily mail

Tottenham have renewed their efforts to persuade Christian Eriksen to sign a new contract worth more than double his current £4m (£80k-per-week) salary.
Dean Henderson is close to agreeing a new long-term deal at Manchester United which would see him also seal a loan return to Sheffield United.
Everton are planning a shock move for £80m-rated Wilfried Zaha in a bid to beat Arsenal to the signature of the in-demand winger.
PSG forward Neymar has been hit with a 34m euros (£30m) unpaid tax bill, meaning if he returns to Barcelona his earnings could be embargoed until the debt is settled.
Atletico Madrid will attempt to prise Christian Eriksen away from Tottenham should they fail to land James Rodriguez this summer.
Rob Holding and Calum Chambers are in the frame to become the next Arsenal skipper as boss Unai Emery seeks an English player to be part of his captaincy group.
Juventus have decided to leave their No 9 shirt vacant amid links with Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi.



daily mirror

Wolves are interested in signing highly-rated Benfica defender Ruben Dias.
West Brom have agreed a deal with Rotherham to sign defender Semi Ajayi.


daily star

Manchester United will be flying their groundsman to China next week as they want the pitch to be checked over by their own staff before they take on Tottenham.
Sporting Lisbon are preparing themselves for the possibility that Bruno Fernandes will not be leaving this summer as Manchester United have been unwilling to meet his £63m price tag.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has performed a shock U-turn and offered striker Fernando Llorente a one-year deal weeks after the club released him.
Arsenal are closing in on the £36m signing of Everton Soares as an alternative to Wilfried Zaha.
Everton could miss out on Lille youngster Rafael Leao as Inter Milan have turned their attention to the Portuguese hitman.
Derby have made an ambitious bid to try and keep Liverpool star Harry Wilson for another year.


daily telegraph

Inter Milan and Manchester United are only £5m apart in the valuation of striker Romelu Lukaku, with United holding out for the full £80m price tag.
The MCC is planning to review the controversial overthrows Law that played a significant part in England's thrilling World Cup final win over New Zealand on Sunday.
Manchester City expect to have full-back Benjamin Mendy back in action by the end of September after a successful knee operation.
Phillip Cocu is ready to raid the Premier League for loan stars as he bids to build on the feel-good factor generated by Frank Lampard.
Danny Rose will not be rushed into finding a new club, despite missing Tottenham's pre-season tour of Asia.


daily express

Tottenham have offered Danny Rose to Barcelona with Manchester United and Liverpool among the clubs keen.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito admits the club might be forced to sell Sergej Milinkovic-Savic after the midfield star was linked with a move to Manchester United.
Liverpool target Kai Havertz said he doesn't know what his next step will be yet - as Jurgen Klopp is planning a raid on the Bayer Leverkusen star.


the independent

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is trying to convince Zinedine Zidane to temporarily drop his interest in Paul Pogba and bring Gareth Bale into the fold because the club are struggling to sell the Welsh star.


daily record

Former Rangers defender David Bates is still in Hamburg's plans despite reports in Germany suggesting he could leave.
Paul Heckingbottom has declared Hibernian's transfer business is done and dusted for the summer.
Hapoel Be'er Sheva owner Alona Barkat has spoken of her pride at Hatem And Elhamed's upcoming £2m move to Celtic.
Stevie May is set for talks with Kilmarnock as Aberdeen have granted them permission to speak to their frontman.


scottish sun

Daniel Candeias is on the verge of leaving Rangers for Super Lig new boys Genclerbirligi.
Ex-Rangers star Charlie Adam is hoping to sign for a new club within next week after leaving Stoke City at the end of last season.
Reece McAlear will travel to Norwich after Motherwell accepted a bid for him.

Everton are ready to challenge Arsenal for 26-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, who is rated at £80m by his club Crystal Palace. (Evening Standard)

Manchester United, Everton and Paris St-Germain have contacted Juventus about signing 32-year-old France World Cup-winning midfielder Blaise Matuidi. (Le Parisien - in French)

Tottenham have offered Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen an improved £200,000-a-week contract in a bid to stop a potential move to Real Madrid. (Mail)

Manchester United are stepping up their efforts to sign Lazio's Spain-born Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. (Mirror)

Liverpool want Augsburg's German left-back Philipp Max, 25, as competition for Andy Robertson. (Sport - in Spanish)

Tottenham and West Ham are weighing up a move for 25-year-old Real Sociedad and Spain defender Diego Llorente. (El Mundo Deportivo)

Wolves want to sign 21-year-old AC Milan and Italy striker Patrick Cutrone, who is valued at about £20m. (Express & Star)

Tottenham have offered 34-year-old Spain forward Fernando Llorente, whose £100,000-a-week contract has expired, a new one-year deal on reduced terms. (Mail)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants to sign a centre-back as a replacement for Vincent Kompany. (Mirror)

Crystal Palace have made an £8m bid for Everton's 28-year-old Republic of Ireland midfielder James McCarthy. (Sky Sports)

Tottenham and England left-back Danny Rose, who missed Spurs' pre-season tour of Asia, says he is "sitting tight over the next few weeks and just seeing what happens", but that he won't be rushed into finding a new club. (Telegraph)

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has all but ended Everton's hopes of re-signing French defender Kurt Zouma. The 24-year-old spent last season on loan at Goodison Park. (Mirror)

Former Manchester City forward Edin Dzeko, 33, could leave Roma after three years, with Inter Milan interested in signing the Bosnia-Herzegovina international for £13.5m. (Sportitalia)


Brighton's French winger Anthony Knockaert, 27, is set to move to Fulham - with the two clubs close to agreeing a fee. (Argus)

Knockaert had a medical at the Cottagers on Friday, before a potential season-long loan deal. (Sun)

Sheffield United hope to announce they have re-signed Manchester United's England Under-21 keeper Dean Henderson after the 22-year-old helped the Blades win promotion to the Premier League last season. (Sheffield Live)

Crystal Palace are considering a £5m deal for 24-year-old Chile right-back Paulo Diaz, who currently plays for Al-Ahli Saudi FC, as a replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. (Daily Star)

Chelsea's 18-year-old Wales defender Ethan Ampadu has had a medical before a move to German club RB Leipzig. (Sky Sports)

Belgium side Club Brugge are interested in signing Brighton's 25-year-old South Africa forward Percy Tau, who played at this summer's Africa Cup of Nations. (Argus)

Derby County are interested in signing Watford's Austrian goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann, 25, on loan. (Derby Telegraph)

New Rams boss Phillip Cocu says he will use his contacts to bolster his squad for the new Championship season - the Dutchman was a team-mate of Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola at Barcelona. (Derby Telegraph)
 

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Sunday's Newspapers:
21st July 2019


THE SUNDAY TIMES

  • Manchester United have progressed discussions with Lille over the transfer of £70m-rated Ivory Coast international winger Nicolas Pepe.
  • Manchester City have reached an agreement with Juventus on a fee of more than £45m for full-back Joao Cancelo but are waiting to offload Danilo before completing the signing.


THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

  • David de Gea will become the world's highest-paid goalkeeper after agreeing a new six-year contract with Manchester United worth around £117m.
  • Jadon Sancho is backing Rhian Brewster to enjoy a breakthrough season.
  • The Premier League do not anticipate any threat to English clubs being able to sign European players after Brexit following discussions with the Home Office.


THE SUN ON SUNDAY
  • Steve Bruce is considering a move to bring Andy Carroll back to Newcastle this summer.
  • Axel Tuanzebe has claimed he is ready to play regular first-team football at Manchester United next season.
  • Tottenham are set to offload Vincent Janssen with Mexican side Monterrey set to sign the striker "in the coming days".
  • Chelsea starlet Ike Ugbo is set for a loan transfer away from Stamford Bridge for the upcoming season.
  • Bolton's players are set to walk out on the club as they still wait to be paid.
  • Newcastle want to sign Burnley's £30m-rated Dwight McNeil.
  • Manchester City are set to clinch a £16m deal for Argentine wonder kid Thiago Almada - the new Lionel Messi.
  • Chelsea are set to send Jake Clarke-Salter out on loan - with Swansea hoping to win the race.
  • West Brom boss Slaven Bilic is making a £5m bid for Amiens striker Moussa Konate.
  • Charlie Adam is in talks over a romantic return to Blackpool.


THE SCOTTISH SUN
  • Hatem Abd Elhamed's pace will help him in Scotland after his Celtic transfer, says Boni Ginzburg.
  • Rangers boss Steven Gerrard says Greg Docherty deserves his chance to shine at the club.


SUNDAY EXPRESS

  • Liverpool are weighing up whether to join Barcelona in the race to land £18m-rated Augsburg left-back Philipp Max.
  • Tottenham are on the verge of seeing off competition from Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund to land Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon.
  • Paris Saint-Germain are ready to test Everton's resolve to keep Idrissa Gueye at Goodison Park with a package worth an initial £30m.
  • Tottenham star Danny Rose is a shock target for Newcastle.
  • Manchester City are still in the hunt for £80million-rated Harry Maguire but must offload Nicolas Otamendi and Eliaquim Mangala in order to fund the deal.
  • Brighton are locked in talks with Belgian outfit Club Brugge in their bid to offload South African striker Percy Tau, who is struggling to get a work permit.


DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY

  • Aston Villa want to cut their losses on keeper Lovre Kalinic, who has flopped since arriving for £7m from Gent in January.

Newcastle
boss Steve Bruce is weighing up a move to bring former Magpies striker Andy Carroll back to the club. The 30-year-old Englishman is a free agent after being released by West Ham in June. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham and Netherlands striker Vincent Janssen, 25, is set to complete a move to Mexican side Monterrey early next week. (Football London)

Spain's David de Gea, 28, has agreed a new six-year contract with Manchester United which will make him the world's highest-paid goalkeeper. (Sunday Telegraph)

Manchester City look set to win the race for Argentine midfielder Thiago Almada, currently playing for Velez Sarsfield in his home country. The Premier League champions are reportedly considering a £16m deal for the 18-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester United have advanced discussions with Lille over a £70m deal for Ivory Coast forward Nicolas Pepe. The 24-year-old has also attracted interest from Liverpool, Arsenal and Everton. (Sunday Times)

Arsenal are interested in signing Juventus and Italy forward Moise Kean, 19, and have made contact with his agent. (Mail on Sunday)

Nigeria winger Alex Iwobi says he could be forced to quit Arsenal if he loses his place to £80m-rated Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha. (Sun on Sunday)


Watford are in talks with French side Rennes over a potential deal for 21-year-old Senegal forward Ismaila Sarr. (Sky Sports)

Newcastle are interested in £30m-rated Burnley winger Dwight McNeil, but new boss Steve Bruce is only prepared to offer £15m for the 19-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)

Aston Villa are set to complete the signing of Kasimpasa and Egypt forward Trezeguet, 24, in a deal worth an initial £8.75m. (Sunday Telegraph)

Crystal Palace have held talks with Liverpool over the potential transfer of 28-year-old right-back Nathaniel Clyne. The Eagles want the Englishman, who played on loan at Bournemouth last season, to replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who joined Manchester United in June. (Mail on Sunday)

Saint-Etienne's French defender William Saliba, 18, will have a medical at Arsenal on Tuesday before a £28m move. (Sunday Mirror)


Tottenham will have to pay £67m if they are to sign Real Betis and Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 23, this summer. (Evening Standard)

Sheffield United and Aston Villa are both interested in signing Brentfordstriker Neal Maupay. The 22-year-old Frenchman is one of the Blades' key targets this summer. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham look set to fend off competition from Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund to sign Fulham's England U21 forward Ryan Sessegnon. They are prepared to offer £25m for 19-year-old, as a potential replacement for PSG target Danny Rose. (Sunday Express)

Tottenham have offered England left-back Rose, 29, to Spanish champions Barcelona. (Sport - in Spanish)

However, Italian champions Juventus are also interested in signing the experienced defender. (Sunday Mirror)

Paris St-Germain are ready to put forward an improved bid for Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye, with the French champions reportedly offering a package worth an initial £30m for the Senegal star. (Sunday Express)

Celtic and Scotland defender Kieran Tierney, 22, has agreed personal terms with Arsenal. (Football Insider)

West Ham have been offered New York Red Bulls and USA centre-back Aaron Long. The 26-year-old has a £4m release clause in his contract. (Sky Sports)
 

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Monday's Newspapers:
22nd July 2019


DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Newcastle are confident they have no case to answer over the appointment of Steve Bruce despite the threat of legal action made by his former club Sheffield Wednesday.
  • Eddie Nketiah has declared himself ready to play regular first-team football after becoming the breakout star of the club's pre-season tour of the United States.

THE TIMES

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has doubled Manchester United's pre-season workload.

DAILY MAIL

  • James Milner has revealed uncertainty around his Liverpool future because talks are yet to start over a new deal.

DAILY STAR

  • Newcastle have been left stunned after Sheffield Wednesday chairman Dejphon Chansiri offered to drop his legal threat over Steve Bruce if the Toon sent players to Hillsborough on loan.


DAILY MIRROR

  • Gareth Bale has been offered a £1m-per-week deal to go to Chinese club Beijing Guoan.
  • Scott McTominay is backing himself to be part of Manchester United's future even if manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer splashes out on a new midfielder.
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko burst into tears when Vincent Kompany announced he was leaving Manchester City.
  • Eddie Nketiah has revealed how Arsenal legends Thierry Henry and Ian Wright have helped him follow in their footsteps.

THE SUN

  • N'Golo Kante faces missing the start of the season after suffering a setback with his knee injury.
  • David Wheater is wanted by Oldham after giving up on a return to Bolton.

DAILY RECORD

  • Israel boss Andreas Herzog has stepped in to try to help Hatem Abd Elhamed win his dream £1.6m move to Celtic.
  • Saudi Arabians Abha have joined Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe in the tug of war for Dundee United star Rachid Bouhenna.
  • Celtic's European opponents Nomme Kalju look set to travel to Scotland without their manager and star player who face a mad dash to France to collect fast-tracked UK visas.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

  • Tony Mowbray has warned Celtic that Rangers are the real deal under Slippy SG.

Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan are keen on signing Real Madridforward Gareth Bale. They want to make the 30-year-old the highest-paid player in Chinese football history. (Telegraph)

The deal Beijing Guoan have offered Wales international Bale is worth a tax free £1m a week. (Sun)

Paris St-Germain have discussed a potential swap deal for Bale involving their Brazil forward Neymar, 27. (Independent)

Manchester United, who have previously been strongly linked with a move for former Tottenham winger Bale, do not intend to sign him. (Manchester Evening News)

United have finally agreed terms on signing Leicester City and England defender Harry Maguire. The 26-year-old will arrive at Old Trafford in an £80m deal. (Bleacher Report)

Manchester City are still interested in signing Maguire but they would need to offload Argentina defender Nicolas Otamendi, 31, and 28-year-old France centre-back Eliaquim Mangala to fund the transfer. (Mirror)

Inter Milan's Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 26, has rejected a proposed swap deal with 30-year-old Arsenal and Gabon forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (Calcio Mercato, via Sport Mediaset)


Arsenal's 33-year-old French defender Laurent Koscielny has agreed to join Rennes. (RMC Sport)

The Gunners are set to beat Tottenham to the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos. The 22-year-old Spain international would join on loan. (Mirror)

Liverpool's English midfielder James Milner, 33, says he is unsure about his long-term future at the club even though he wants to extend his stay. (Liverpool Echo)

The Reds are considering joining Barcelona in trying to sign Augsburg left-back Philipp Max, with the German valued at £18m. (Express)

Bayern Munich have emerged as surprise candidates to sign Crystal Palace's Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha, 26, after failing to sign Manchester City's Leroy Sane and Real Madrid's Bale. (90min)

Bayern offered 27-year-old Austria defender David Alaba as part of a deal to sign Germany winger Sane, 23, from City, who rejected the offer. (Mirror)

Everton striker Ademola Lookman will have a medical with RB Leipzig in the next 48 hours before the 21-year-old England Under-21 forward makes a £22.5m move to the German club. (Mail)



Crystal Palace
have had a £20m bid for English defender Reece James rejected by Chelsea. The 19-year-old spent last season on loan at Wigan. (Star)

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and West Ham are all interested in signing Dynamo Kiev's 20-year-old Ukraine international Mykola Shaparenko. (Caught Offside)

Real Madrid have rejected six offers for 23-year-old Spain midfielder Marco Asensio, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool. (Cadena SAR, via Football Espana)

Burnley made an £11m bid for Barcelona's 20-year-old Spanish winger Marc Cucurella before he decided to move to Getafe on a season-long loan. (Marca)

Manchester United and England Under-21 keeper Dean Henderson's move to Sheffield United on loan is in doubt because Blades boss Chris Wilder is considering alternatives to the 22-year-old. (Sun)
 

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Tuesday's Newspapers:
23rd July 2019


THE SUN

  • Tottenham have edged closer to landing Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso for a knockdown £45m.
  • Ralph Hasenhuttl wants to create 'fantasy stars for the future' at Southampton.
  • Unai Emery has confirmed Arsenal are set to complete the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos on a one-year loan deal.

DAILY MAIL

  • Gareth Bale will scoop a minimum £20m welcome bonus if he becomes the Chinese Super League's most prestigious recruit.
  • Maurizio Sarri is driving Juventus' move for Tottenham's Danny Rose.
  • Manchester City remain in talks with Velez Sarsfield over teenage midfielder Thiago Almada but have still to agree a deal.
  • Frank Lampard has sat down with Tammy Abraham and assured the 21-year-old Chelsea striker he will get regular first-team football this season.
  • Juventus are willing to sell Argentina forward Paulo Dybala to Manchester United this summer, provided their demands of between £70m and £90m are met.
  • Sheffield United will listen to offers for winger Mark Duffy after refusing to offer him a new contract.
  • Former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri wants to bring Tottenham defender Danny Rose to Juventus.
  • England goalkeeper Jack Butland's international career is in jeopardy as his protracted move to Bournemouth stalls.

DAILY MIRROR

  • Luke Shaw says the "hurt" suffered by Manchester United's players last season is driving them on to take the club back to the top.
  • Granit Xhaka says Arsenal have learned lessons from last season and insists they cannot afford another bad start.
  • Jurgen Klopp has admitted his concerns over the lack of time his Liverpool players have had off this summer.
  • Liverpool are still in the dark over when they will play in this year's Club World Cup.
  • Kurt Zouma expects to stay with Chelsea this summer - but has told Frank Lampard he wants first-team football.
  • Manchester City's record signing Rodri insists he can be much more than Pep Guardiola's midfield enforcer.
  • Manchester United have fallen from second to sixth in Forbes' list of the world's most valuable sports teams.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Luke Shaw has vowed fans will see a 'new United' after stewing over rivals' European and Premier League triumphs.
  • Jurgen Klopp fears the 'unacceptable" fixture schedule will take a toll on his international stars as he looks to navigate his club through seven competitions this season.
  • Toby Alderweireld expects to stay at Tottenham, despite Roma being linked with the 30-year-old Belgium defender, who has a clause in his contract that he must be sold if a club meets a £25m buyout fee by Thursday.
  • Granit Xhaka has urged each of his Arsenal team-mates to step up and show their leadership qualities this season.

DAILY STAR

  • Aston Villa have agreed an £8m fee with Turkish club Kasimpasa for Egypt winger Trezeguet

SCOTTISH SUN

  • Napoli fear they are leaving the way clear for Arsenal to snatch Celtic's Kieran Tierney.
  • St Johnstone are set to win the race for Stevie May.
  • Leigh Griffiths has revealed he feared being axed by Celtic.
  • Rangers will bank £250,000 from Daniel Candeias' switch to Turkey.

DAILY RECORD

  • Arsenal have decided against making a further move for Kieran Tierney after having a third bid rejected.
  • Managing director Stewart Robertson revealed funds are still available to boost Steven Gerrard's Rangers squad.

Real Madrid's pursuit of Manchester United's France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, is likely to depend on Wales forward Gareth Bale, 30, leaving the Spanish club. (AS)

Bale, who earns £550,000 a week at the Bernabeu, where he has a contract until 2022, wants wages on a par with the world's top players to leave Real Madrid,a source close to the Welshman says. (Sky Sports)

Bale will collect a minimum £20m welcome bonus if he joins the Chinese Super League. (Mail)

Tottenham are set to spend heavily again this week to complete the signings of Real Betis and Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 23, plus Fulham'sEngland Under-21 defender Ryan Sessegnon, 19. (Mirror)

Fulham wanted £40m for Sessegnon but Spurs are confident of agreeing a deal worth closer to £25m for a player with just one year left on his contract at Craven Cottage. (London Evening Standard)


Manchester City have denied Bayern Munich's claims that the clubs are in talks over the £100m transfer of Germany winger Leroy Sane, 23, to the Bundesliga side. (Mirror)

Toby Alderweireld expects to stay at Tottenham,despite Roma being linked with the 30-year-old Belgium defender, who has a clause in his contract that he must be sold if a club meets a £25m buyout fee by Thursday. (Telegraph)

Former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri wants to bring Tottenham defender Danny Rose, 29, to Juventus.(Mail)

Atletico Madrid are likely to focus their attention on Real Madrid's Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez, 28, rather than Tottenham's Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27. (Marca)

Barcelona are set to open talks with Lionel Messi, 32, to extend the Argentina forward's contract for a further four years. (ESPN)

Antoine Griezmann, 28, says a move to Manchester United was "a possibility" at one stage, while Barcelona's new signing has reiterated his desire to play alongside France team-mate and Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette, 28, at club level. (Goal.com)

England defender Harry Maguire, 26, is no closer to a Leicester exit despite continued speculation about a move to Manchester United. (Leicester Mercury)

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, 28, is preparing to sign an improved contract worth £117m that is likely to run to 2025, and wants to become captain at Old Trafford. (Manchester Evening News)

Juventus are willing to sell Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 25, to Manchester United this summer, provided their demands of between £70m and £90m are met. (Mail)

Chelsea's 24-year-old defender Kurt Zouma, who spent last season on loan at Everton, says he needs to be playing first-team football to maintain his hopes of playing for France at Euro 2020. (Express)

Aston Villa have agreed an £8m fee with Turkish club Kasimpasa for Egypt winger Trezeguet, 24. (Star)

West Brom's bid for Sporting winger Matheus Pereira, 23, has stalled because the Portuguese club are demanding a £9m fee to be paid next summer is written into the loan. (Express and Star)

Everton's England Under-21 winger Ademola Lookman, 21, is edging closer to an exit as talks with RB Leipzig gather pace. (Liverpool Echo)

Former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison expects Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, 26, to remain at Selhurst Park this season, despite interest from Arsenal and Bayern Munich. (Talksport)

Arsenal are still some way off Crystal Palace's £80m valuation for Zaha, with the Selhurst Park club having rebuffed the latest approaches. (Independent)

West Brom are closing in on their fourth signing of the summer after agreeing a fee of around £1.5m with QPR for right-back Darnell Furlong, 23. (Express and Star)

Wolves are set to make a second offer for Olympiakos defender Pape Abou Cisse, 23. (Sport Witness, via Birmingham Mail)

Brighton midfielder Taylor Richards, 18, says it was an easy decision to leave Manchester City for the Seagulls. (Argus)
 

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Wednesday's Newspapers:
24th July 2019



DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Inter Milan have been warned they are running out of time to secure a deal for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku.
  • Unai Emery has said Arsenal must improve defensively and become more consistent if they are to catch Tottenham and Chelsea this season.
  • Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is ready to push Toby Alderweireld's price up to £40m if the 30-year-old Belgian's £25m release clause is allowed to expire on Friday.

DAILY MAIL
  • Wilfried Zaha's hopes of sealing an £80m Arsenal deal have taken a hit as Crystal Palace grow tired of negotiations.
  • Dele Alli has defended himself after the Tottenham midfielder was snapped appearing to collapse on a sun lounger on Greek island Mykonos.
  • Jordan Henderson revealed he wanted to share the Champions League trophy lifting duties with James Milner and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
  • Sheffield Wednesday believe Steve Bruce's £3.5m release clause was leaked to Newcastle after submitting a complaint to the Premier League.


THE SUN

  • Unai Emery has thrown in the towel on Arsenal's title challenge - 16 days before the season kicks off.
  • Arsenal manager Unai Emery will decide in the next two weeks whether to let England Under-21 winger Reiss Nelson join Hertha Berlin on a season-long loan.
  • Peter Beardsley will discover his football fate at a Wembley hearing later this week.
  • Tottenham have moved closer to signing Real Betis' Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso for £45m.
  • Andreas Pereira has boldly claimed he can be like Manchester United legend David Beckham.
  • Sheffield United want to hijack Leroy Fer's return to Holland. The midfielder, a free agent after leaving Swansea, is in talks with Feyenoord.
  • Paris St-Germain have moved ahead of Juventus in the race for Tottenham defender Danny Rose and are confident of completing a £20m deal for the 29-year-old England international.
  • Manchester City's John Stones has vowed to navigate his career back on course after a choppy end to last season.


DAILY MIRROR

  • Fabian Delph insists Pep Guardiola did not push him out of Manchester City and that it was his own choice to go to Everton.
  • Sporting Lisbon's Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes says he wants to play in the Premier League amid rumours of a move to Manchester United.


DAILY RECORD

  • Neil Lennon has revealed he will hold talks with Kieran Tierney and refocus the full-back's mind on a future with Celtic amid interest with Arsenal.
  • Derek McInnes is adamant it was football and not finance that got Funso Ojo to Aberdeen.


SCOTTISH SUN

  • James Tavernier insists he's flattered to feature on former club Newcastle's radar - but remains fully focused on Rangers.
  • Celtic boss Neil Lennon admits he's stunned there's been no transfer stampede for Kieran Tierney.

THE GUARDIAN

  • Fabian Delph says the volume of training is higher at Everton than at Manchester City.

Paris St-Germain have moved ahead of Juventus in the race for Tottenhamdefender Danny Rose and are confident of completing a £20m deal for the 29-year-old England international. (Sun)

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is ready to push Toby Alderweireld's price up to £40m if the 30-year-old Belgian's £25m release clause is allowed to expire on Friday. (Telegraph)

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will not join the summer tour as the club continues to work on transfers with two weeks to go before the deadline. (ESPN)

Woodward remains confident of completing deals for Leicester's England defender Harry Maguire, 26, and Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, 21. (London Evening Standard)

Man Utd have told Inter Milan time is running out if they want to sign Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 26. (Mail)

Arsenal manager Unai Emery will decide in the next two weeks whether to let England Under-21 winger Reiss Nelson, 19, join Hertha Berlin on a season-long loan. (Sun)

Gunners centre-back Rob Holding was almost caught out by a fan after they handed him at Tottenham shirt to sign - but the 23-year-old refused to sign it. (Twitter)



Tottenham have moved closer to signing Real Betis'Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 23, for £45m. (Sun)

Celtic boss Neil Lennon will hold talks with Scotland full-back Kieran Tierney, 22, after a third bid from Arsenal was rejected for failing to meet the Scottish club's valuation of £25m. (Daily Record)

Sporting Lisbon's Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, says he wants to play in the Premier League amid rumours of a move to Manchester United. (Mirror)

Sporting and Manchester United are still divided over the fee for Fernandes, with the Premier League side £7m short of the Portuguese outfit's £62m valuation. (Star)

Leicester have reportedly offered to double the wages of Sampdoria'sBelgium midfielder Dennis Praet, 25, in order to beat AC Milan to the transfer. (Leicester Mercury)

Aston Villa have given up on their pursuit of Brentford winger Said Benrahma after having a £14m bid for the 23-year-old Algeria international rejected. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool will not allow England Under-21 midfielder Ovie Ejaria to leave on loan again this season - but are prepared to sell the 21-year-old. (Liverpool Echo)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is still looking to bring one more player in this summer, but admits it will be a very different transfer window to last summer's when they spent £170m. (Liverpool Echo)

Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo, 21, who spent last term on loan at West Brom, is set for a second successive season away, joining Championship side Blackburn. (Manchester Evening News)

West Brom want to take Everton's 22-year-old defender Mason Holgate back on loan after the England Under-21 international spent the second half of last season at the Hawthorns. (Sky Sports)

Sheffield United want to hijack Leroy Fer's return to Holland. The 29-year-old midfielder, a free agent after leaving Swansea, is in talks with Feyenoord. (Sun)

Ipswich's Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan Judge, 30, has told manager Paul Lambert he would like to leave the club, amid interest from QPR. (East Anglian Daily Times)
 

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It's gone proper mental now.

They are saying we have signed Pepe. Agreed terms with Eriksen, Milinkovic-Savic. And Fernandez and Maguire are just formalities. If any of this is true, Pogba and Lukaku have been sold.
 

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Thursday's Newspapers:
25th July 2019



DAILY MAIL

  • Tottenham are in talks with Juventus over a sensational £80m swoop for Argentine forward Paulo Dybala.
  • Manchester United have asked to be kept updated on Christian Eriksen as Tottenham consider selling for £70m with a year to go on his contract.
  • Paris St-Germain have agreed a £28m deal to sign Senegal international Idrissa Gueye from Everton.
  • Steve Bruce is adamant Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff will not be sold to Manchester United this summer.
  • Everton are ready to offer £55m to hijack Arsenal's move for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
  • Newly promoted Premier League side Sheffield United are considering a move for former England international goalkeeper Joe Hart from Burnley

THE SUN
  • Pep Guardiola has admitted Leroy Sane's future is 'out of his hands' as Bayern line up a £90m transfer bid for the Manchester City winger.
  • Wolfsburg midfielder Xaver Schlager has revealed he is already dreaming of playing for Arsenal just a month after joining the Bundesliga side.
  • Chelsea and West Ham are eyeing a deal to sign Portsmouth's 18-year-old winger Leon Maloney who scored 26 goals for Pompey's academy side last season
  • Romelu Lukaku agreed a deal with Manchester United to sit out their tour games to avoid scuppering his £75m move to Inter Milan.
  • Arsenal boss Unai Emery has vowed Arsenal will not be selling Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer.


DAILY MIRROR

  • Laurent Koscielny will be forced to train with Arsenal's kids even though the first team have returned from their US tour.


DAILY EXPRESS

  • Newcastle are weighing up a move for Augsburg left-back Philipp Max as Liverpool and Barcelona look at the Bundesliga ace.
  • Lazio's Serbia international midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has told his team-mates he will leave the club this summer amid reports of a move to Manchester United.

DAILY STAR

  • Manchester United are expected to complete the signing of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio if they sell Paul Pogba.
  • Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has told Manchester United they have no chance of signing English midfielder Sean Longstaff.
  • Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has made transfer decisions over 11 players at the club and is willing to let them go this summer.
  • Manchester United are eyeing a deal for Nicolas Pepe to replace Romelu Lukaku - who is edging closer to a move to Inter Milan.

THE TIMES

  • Manchester United have identified Lille's Ivory Coast international forward Nicolas Pepe, who is valued at £70m, as a replacement should Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku join Inter Milan.

Tottenham
have made contact with Juventus about signing Argentina international forward Paulo Dybala, 25, who is valued at £80m. (Evening Standard)

Paris St-Germain have agreed a £28m deal to sign Senegal international Idrissa Gueye, 29, from Everton. (Mail)

The Toffees will hold further talks with Crystal Palace this week to sign Ivory Coast international winger Wilfried Zaha, 26, for £80m. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has ruled out re-signing Barcelona's Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 27, who left Anfield for £142m in 2018. (ESPN)

Manchester United have asked to be kept informed about the future of Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27. The Denmark international has a year remaining on his contract and could leave for £70m. (Mail)

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has told Manchester United they have no chance of signing English midfielder Sean Longstaff, 21. (Star)

Manchester United's Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly, 25, fears he'll be the victim of Leicester and England centre back Harry Maguire's proposed move to Old Trafford. (Metro)

United have identified Lille's Ivory Coast international forward Nicolas Pepe, 24, who is valued at £70m, as a replacement should Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku join Inter Milan. (Times)

Lukaku, 26, agreed a deal with Manchester United to sit out their tour games to avoid scuppering his £75m move to Inter Milan. (Sun)

Wolves are in talks to sign Juventus and German World Cup winning midfielder Sami Khedira, 32. (Sky Sports Italia via Football Italia)

Lazio's Serbia international midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 24, has told his team-mates he will leave the club this summer amid reports of a move to Manchester United. (Il Tempo via Express)

Wolfsburg and RB Leipzig are interested in signing Arsenal's 18-year-old English winger Emile Smith Rowe on loan. (Independent)

Newcastle are closing in on a deal for Nice's 22-year-old French winger Allan Saint-Maximin, but the Ligue 1 club are holding out for more than £20m. (Shields Gazette)

French defender Laurent Koscielny, 33, will be forced to train with Arsenal'skids even though the first team have returned from their US tour. (Mirror)

Deadline day is looming and clubs are scrambling to complete deals

Chelsea and West Ham are eyeing a deal to sign Portsmouth's 18-year-old winger Leon Maloney who scored 26 goals for Pompey's academy side last season. (Sun)

Newly promoted Premier League side Sheffield United are considering a move for former England international goalkeeper Joe Hart, 32, from Burnley. (Mail)

Crystal Palace and Aston Villa are interested in signing Republic of Ireland's U19 international striker Jonathan Afolabi who left Southampton at the end of the season. (Football.London)

Villa are in talks to sign 26-year-old Italian goalkeeper Mattia Perin from Juventus after his £13m move to Benfica fell through because of a failed medical. (Football Italia)

Huddersfield are looking at signing Chelsea's 20-year-old England youth international midfielder Trevoh Chalobah on a permanent deal. (Goal)

Barcelona have made an improved £24m offer for Real Betis' Spain U21 international defender Junior Firpo. (Sport - in Spanish)
 

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Friday's Newspapers:
26th July 2019


DAILY MIRROR

  • Liverpool are reportedly plotting a shock summer swoop for Burnley keeper Tom Heaton.
  • Willian has agreed a new one-year extension at Chelsea.

THE SUN

  • Lyon forward Moussa Dembele has emerged as a possible Manchester United target if Romelu Lukaku leaves the club.
  • Arsenal have paid around £15m in loan fees and wages to secure Dani Ceballos' one-year loan from Real Madrid.
  • Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is preparing a £20m bid for Nice star Allan Saint-Maximin.
  • Aston Villa are on the verge of signing £12m Club Brugge midfielder Marvelous Nakamba as they close in on their 11th summer transfer.
  • Arsenal are set to lose academy star Xavier Amaechi on a permanent transfer to Germany with Bayern Munich eyeing up the youngster.

DAILY STAR
  • Southampton full-back Cedric Soares is wanted by Monaco.

DAILY MAIL

  • Carlo Ancelotti believes Napoli are closing in on signing Manchester United target Nicolas Pepe.
  • Newcastle United are set to sign Chelsea academy youngster Kyle Scott.
  • The FA will send staff to watch Ademola Lookman at RB Leipzig on a regular basis to make sure England manager Gareth Southgate is kept updated on his progress.

DAILY EXPRESS
  • Barcelona fear Juventus could beat them to PSG star Neymar and pair the Brazilian alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.

THE GUARDIAN

  • Everton are interested in signing £36m-rated striker Moise Kean from Juventus.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Everton want Wilfried Zaha and are willing to pay £60m plus Cenk Tosun but fear missing out to Chelsea.

SCOTTISH SUN
  • Arsenal have reopened talks with Celtic over a £25m deal for Kieran Tierney.
  • Steven Gerrard has revealed Eros Grezda is close to leaving Rangers.

Everton have told Crystal Palace they are prepared to bid £60m and include 28-year-old Turkey striker Cenk Tosun as part of a deal for Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, 26 - but fear they could miss out to Chelsea. (Telegraph)

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has told manager Mauricio Pochettino he will back him in the transfer market after securing a new £320m shirt sponsorship deal, with the club preparing an £80m bid for Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 25. (The Times)

Manchester United could be forced to meet Leicester City's £80m asking price for England defender Harry Maguire after United's 25-year-old Ivorian centre-back Eric Bailly suffered a knee injury in Thursday's friendly win over Tottenham. (Mirror)

Leicester's 23-year-old English winger Demarai Gray says there is "nothing to worry about" over Maguire and does not believe the defender, 26, is disgruntled that there has been no movement regarding his future. (Leicester Mercury)

Wolves are in talks to sign Real Madrid's Spain Under-21 defender Jesus Vallejo, 22, on a season-long loan, while the club are also close to agreeing a £17m fee with AC Milan for the 21-year-old Italian striker Patrick Cutrone. (Mail)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has dismissed Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale, 30, as a potential transfer target, insisting he is focused on building a team rather than acquiring individuals. (Independent)

Southampton's Portuguese defender Cedric Soares, 27, is being eyed by Monaco as Ralph Hasenhuttl tries to trim his wage bill at St Mary's. (Foot Mercato)

Spurs defender Toby Alderweireld's transfer value has increased dramatically after the 30-year-old Belgium centre-back's £25m release clause expired on Thursday. (Sun)


Manchester United are preparing for 26-year-old France midfielder Paul Pogba's departure and are closing in on a £70m move for Lazio's Serbia international Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 24. (Mirror)

However, Pogba could actually stay at Old Trafford for at least another year, which would scupper any move for Milinkovic-Savic (Express)

Aston Villa are on the verge of making their 11th signing of the transfer window - and taking their summer spending to £120m - with an £11m move for Club Brugge and Zimbabwe midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, 25. (Telegraph)

Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, will not be able to persuade Paris St-Germain striker Neymar to move to the Serie A side- because the 27-year-old Brazil international has his heart set on rejoining Spanish giants Barcelona. (Star)

Borussia Dortmund are in talks to sign Barcelona's Brazilian forward Malcom for 42m euros (£37.5m). (Goal)

Manchester United have been told they will have to spend more than £30m on Newcastle's 21-year-old English midfielder Sean Longstaff. (Manchester Evening News)

Middlesbrough are expected to sign English winger Marcus Browne, 21, from West Ham United. (Teesside Gazette)

Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti is remaining optimistic over his side's chances of signing Colombia forward James Rodriguez, 28, from Real Madrid this summer. (Marca)

Meanwhile, the agents of Lille and Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe, 24, have been in Naples to discuss a possible transfer to Napoli. The Italian club would also throw in Algeria midfielder Adam Ounas, 22, in a deal worth more than 82m euros (£73m). (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Lyon's 23-year-old French striker Moussa Dembele will be on Manchester United's shortlist if the club sell Belgium international Romelu Lukaku, 26.(Sky Sports)

Norwich City have been put off by Ipswich Town's £5m valuation for 20-year-old English midfielder Andre Dozzell. (Norwich Evening News)

Nice winger Allan Saint-Maximin, 22, could become Steve Bruce's second signing at Newcastle United after the club bid £20m for the France Under-21 winger. (The Sun)

The Magpies are also close to signing former Chelsea midfielder Kyle Scott, 21, on a free transfer. Scott has played for the England Under-16s, Republic of Ireland Under-17s and USA Under-18s and Under-20s. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Aberdeen forward Stevie May's hopes of returning to hometown club St Johnstone look to have ended. The 26-year-old Scot had passed a medical earlier in the week but talks stalled between the clubs. (Daily Record)
 

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Saturday's Newspapers:
27th July 2019


Real Madrid are increasingly confident of signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United, it has been claimed in today's papers.


THE SUN

  • Real Madrid are increasingly confident of signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United, it has been claimed.
  • Inter Milan will make a fresh transfer bid for Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku, with Antonio Conte desperate to get his man.
  • Tottenham are blanking enquiries for Kyle Walker-Peters because he looks set to start the season as their ONLY available right-back.
  • Emmanuel Adebayor is in line for a shock return to the Premier League, with West Ham, Sheffield United and Watford looking at the striker.
  • Premier League new boys Sheffield united want to push through an £18m swoop for Swansea hitman Oliver McBurnie.
  • Bournemouth are set to beat Brighton to transfer of £15m Huddersfield midfielder Philip Billing.
  • Middlesbrough are set to sign Blackpool left-back Marc Bola in a £1.5m deal.
DAILY MAIL

  • Tottenham fear Toby Alderweireld has his sights on a lucrative free transfer exit next summer after his £25m release clause expired on Thursday.
  • Everton are looking at offering James McCarthy and Cenk Tosun to Crystal Palace in a deal for Wilfried Zaha.
  • Businessman Mark Campbell has parked plans for a Sunderland takeover after edging closer to a deal to buy Scottish side Falkirk.
  • Everton have rejected an offer in the region of £1m from Wigan for midfielder Joe Williams.
  • Inter Milan's Mauro Icardi wants to join Juventus this summer because his wife Wanda Nara is pregnant and does not want to leave Italy.
DAILY MIRROR

  • Arsenal are to review the security arrangements for their players after the attempt to carjack Sead Kolasinac and Mesut Ozil at knifepoint.
  • Bayern Munich have opened talks with Manchester City over a possible £90m transfer deal for Leroy Sane.
  • West Ham are confident of beating Newcastle to the £27m chase of Porto striker Moussa Marega.
  • Liverpool will slap a £25m price tag on Harry Wilson after manager Jurgen Klopp promised the winger game time.
  • Arsenal have made their move for £36m Brazil star Everton Soares from Gremio.
THE TIMES

  • Everton are preparing for the sale of Idrissa Gueye to Paris Saint-Germain by expressing an interest in Lyon midfielder Lucas Tousart.
DAILY EXPRESS

  • Joao Felix has refused to rule out a move to Tottenham, despite only having just joined Atletico Madrid.
  • Barcelona think Manchester United are one of three clubs who could sign Philippe Coutinho this summer.
  • Tottenham were in contact for Gareth Bale recently but the Real Madrid forward will not be returning to north London.
  • Daniele Rugani's agent has refused to rule out a move for his client amid reports he could leave Juventus for Arsenal before the close of the transfer window.
THE INDEPENDENT

  • Atletico Madrid are interested in signing James Rodriguez from rivals Real Madrid.
DAILY RECORD

  • AC Milan are set to join the race for Rangers strike star Alfredo Morelos.

Real Madrid are increasingly confident they could sign French 26-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United this summer. (ESPN)

Bayern Munich have opened talks with Manchester City over recruiting their 23-year-old German winger Leroy Sane, valued at £90m. (Mirror)

Striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, travelled to his country Belgium on Friday for talks with his agent as Inter Milan close in on a £70m deal with Manchester United. (Daily Mail)

Atletico Madrid are interested in signing 28-year-old Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez from rivals Real Madrid. (Independent)


Newcastle owner Mike Ashley said it was "money first, then the club" for ex-manager Rafael Benitez, and added it was "impossible" to keep hold of the Spaniard. (Mail)

Ashley adds he will add larger release clauses to contracts in the future after being caught out by Leicester triggering the £30m clause in the contract of former striker Ayoze Perez, 26. (Mail)

Portuguese forward Rafael Leao, 20, is set to leave Lille for AC Milan for 35m euros (£31.5m) - in a deal that includes a 20% sell-on clause. (RMC Sport)

Bournemouth are set to beat Brighton to the £15m signing of Huddersfield's Danish midfielder Philip Billing, 23. (Sun)

Swansea City risk missing out on a move for Chelsea's 22-year-old English midfielder Kasey Palmer. (Wales Online)

David Beckham's Major League side Inter Miami have made their first ever signings,. They have acquired two 19-year-olds - midfielder Matias Pellegrini from Banfield and forward Julian Carranza from Estudiantes - who are both Argentine. (Goal)

Panathinaikos are assessing a move for Celtic's 21-year-old Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue. (Daily Record)

Real Madrid's 22-year-old Spanish centre-back Jesus Vallejo is having a medical at Wolves ahead of a loan move. (Talksport
 

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Sunday's Newspapers:
28th July 2019



the sun on sunday

Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson wants his old club to sign Aston Villa's Scottish terrier John McGinn.
Real Madrid will make a last-gasp £150m bid to land Paul Pogba after shifting Gareth Bale.
Romelu Lukaku has begged Manchester United to lower his transfer fee.
Arsenal have agreed a stunning £72m fee for Nicolas Pepe - but face huge competition to land him.
Newcastle are trying to push through a cut-price £1m deal for Swedish right-back Emil Krafth.
Kalvin Phillips could put the freeze on Leeds - to make sure he gets a move to Aston Villa.
Danny Welbeck has not been able to find a new club - and it is the cost of signing the free agent that has put many off.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce is plotting a £5m bid for Everton's forgotten man James McCarthy.
Crystal Palace have been approached by agents for two Chinese clubs with offers for £32m striker Christian Benteke.
Emiliano Martinez looks set to stay at Arsenal despite Championship interest.


mail on sunday

Real Madrid may have to take a stunning £86m loss on Gareth Bale if his record-breaking move to Jiangsu Suning can be completed before the Chinese transfer window shuts on Wednesday.
Manchester United need to pay a greater percentage of Harry Maguire's world-record fee up front - because Leicester aren't convinced they'd receive add-ons for Champions League qualification.
Rafa Benitez has insisted to friends that he would have stayed at Newcastle for at least a year had he felt able to trust the board.
Swansea hope the presence of head coach Steve Cooper can be the key to landing Chelsea youngster Kasey Palmer ahead of their Championship rivals Bristol City.


sunday express

Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has rejected a late bid from Manchester United and is due to travel to France on Sunday for a medical with Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is plotting a bid for his 11th summer signing of the transfer window, and is considering an offer for Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, despite already spending £100m.


sunday telegraph

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his club cannot afford to play 'fantasy football' in the transfer market and insisted he is not glancing enviously at the spending of rivals.
Clubs across the Women's Super League are breaking their season ticket sales records following England's fourth-placed finish at the World Cup this summer.


Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers says the club have still not received any acceptable offers for England defender Harry Maguire amid interest from Manchester United and Manchester City, adding both the Foxes and Maguire are "relaxed" about the situation. (Leicester Mercury)

The Foxes want United to pay a greater percentage of an £80m fee up front because they are not convinced they would receive add-ons for Champions League qualification. (Mail on Sunday)

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku may have dropped a hint he is set to leave Old Trafford in the near future by posting a picture on his Twitter account with his agent. The Belgium international seems to indicate the pair will conducting more business together "soon". (Manchester Evening News)

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson wants the club to sign Aston Villa's Scottish midfielder John McGinn - whose granddad is a close friend of Ferguson. (the Sun)

Newcastle United are unwilling to match the £20m fee which Hull City are demanding for 22-year-old forward Jarrod Bowen. (Newcastle Chronicle)

The Magpies are also planning a £5m move for Everton midfielder James McCarthy, 28, who is out of favour at Goodison Park. (the Sun)


Everton manager Marco Silva insists a deal has not been agreed with French champions Paris St-Germainfor Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye, with the Portuguese boss hoping the 29-year-old will stay at Goodison Park. (Liverpool Echo)

Although Gueye is set to travel to Paris for a medical on Sunday after rejecting a late move from Manchester United. (Daily Express)

The Toffees have opened talks with Juventus over the signing of 19-year-old striker Moise Kean. The Serie A champions want £36m for the Italy international and are insisting on a buy-back clause in any deal. (Sky Sports)

Wolves have agreed a deal in principle with Italian giants AC Milan for 21-year-old striker Patrick Cutrone. The Premier League club are now trying to convince the Italy international to move to Molineux. (Express and Star)

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is eyeing a move for West Ham'sversatile 29-year-old Michail Antonio. (Mirror)

New Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has told midfield pair Tiemoue Bakayoko and Danny Drinkwater - who cost a combined £80m - they can leave Stamford Bridge. (Mirror)

Former Barcelona and Paris St-Germain right-back Dani Alves, 36, is still looking for a new club and has taken to Instagram to help him "find a new job". (AS)

Germany forward Andre Schurrle, who spent last season on loan at Fulham, is set to leave Borussia Dortmund for Russian side Spartak Moscow.(Bild)

Stoke striker Saido Berahino is set to play for French side Nimes in a friendly against Toulouse as the Championship club continue to try to terminate his contract. (Daily Mail)
 

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Monday's Newspapers:
29th July 2019


DAILY MAIL

  • Steve Bruce has told Manchester United that Sean Longstaff will not leave Newcastle this summer.
  • Crystal Palace will reject a £52m offer from Everton for Wilfried Zaha.
  • Liverpool were tempted to make a shock move for Franck Ribery this summer after the winger left Bayern Munich.
  • Gonzalo Higuain's brother and agent is set to sit down with Roma on Monday to discuss a move away from the club.


DAILY MIRROR

  • David Moyes believes Manchester United's scatter-gun transfer policy has cost them top-four status.
  • Arsenal are considering turning to Juventus defender Daniele Rugani to solve a potential centre-back conundrum.
  • Fulham boss Scott Parker wants to sign his brother-in-law Harry Arter, as Bournemouth will listen to offers for Arter once they have snapped up Phillip Billing.
  • Mariano Diaz is close to returning to Ligue 1 from Real Madrid as the striker has agreed to join Monaco.
  • Former Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa is set to leave Borussia Dortmund and join Celta Vigo.


DAILY EXPRESS

  • Manchester United are yet to agree a fee for Bruno Fernandes and it remains to be seen as to whether they'll be able to before the August 8 deadline.
  • Manchester United see young goalkeeper Dean Henderson as the man who could eventually fill David de Gea's gloves.
  • Manchester City must chuck £49m the way of Juventus in order to get Joao Cancelo on board for next season.
  • Manchester United have received a transfer boost in their pursuit of midfield reinforcements as World Cup winner Blaise Matuidi considers a move to Old Trafford.
  • Tiemoue Bakayoko and Danny Drinkwater are set to leave Chelsea after failing to impress new manager Frank Lampard during pre-season.
  • Newcastle boss Steve Bruce is considering a £5m transfer bid for Everton midfielder James McCarthy.


DAILY STAR

  • Everton are weighing up a move for £40m-rated Tiemoue Bakayoko from Chelsea, who has been told he can leave.
  • Newcastle could step up their interest in Andy Carroll after the striker was given the green light to secure a new club after recovering from an ankle injury.
  • Fulham boss Scott Parker believes Tottenham transfer target Ryan Sessegnon will be staying at Craven Cottage.

THE SUN
  • Manchester United have reached a verbal agreement with Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
  • Ex-Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck is struggling to find a new club as he is demanding £100,000-a-week in wages and £5million as signing bonus.
  • Newcastle have agreed a £9.8m fee for PSG defender Stanley N'Soki as their transfer activity ramps up.
  • Everton will try to sign £30m-rated Jean-Philippe Gbamin as a replacement for Idrissa Gueye.

DAILY RECORD

  • Nottingham Forest are ready to test Aberdeen's resolve by making a new bid for Scott McKenna.
  • Rangers have been dealt a blow in their bid to get Ryan Kent back to Ibrox as Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed the winger will not be leaving the club on loan.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

  • Arsenal have received a boost in their pursuit of Kieran Tierney as Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti has revealed they won't be making a move for the Celtic left-back.

Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac is "very confident" the Bundesliga champions will finalise a deal for Manchester City's Germany winger Leroy Sane, 23. (ZDF Sport, via Manchester Evening News)

City have identified Real Sociedad's 22-year-old forward Mikel Oyarzabal as Sane's replacement and are willing to pay the Spain international's 75m euros release clause. (AS)

Wales forward Gareth Bale has been left "furious" by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's decision to call off his proposed move to Chinese side Jiangsu Suning. (Sun)

Perez decided 30-year-old Bale was too valuable to lose cheaply, with Jiangsu Suning set to sign him on a free transfer. (Star)

Crystal Palace have turned down an offer from Everton for Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha. (Mail)

The Toffees have made a £55m cash-only bid for Zaha, with no players offered in exchange to their Premier League rivals. (Sky Sports)

Palace want £60m up front for the 26-year-old and also have concerns about how Everton want to structure the payments in any potential deal. (Mirror)

Everton may need to sign five players if they are to improve on next season, as Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye, 29, nears a move to PSG. (Liverpool Echo)

Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, 24, will complete his £72m transfer to Arsenal on Tuesday or Wednesday - as long as French champions Paris St-Germain do not try to make a late move. (La Voix Du Nord)

Manchester United have agreed so sign Lazio and Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 24. (Mail)

Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, is not due to fly to England to have a medical with United. (Express)

Meanwhile, Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi, 32, is interested in a move to Manchester United. (Corriere di Torino, via Express)


West Ham United are lining up a move for former Arsenal and Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor. The 35-year-old Togo international is a free agent andWatford and Sheffield United are also interested.(Sun)

Aston Villa's hopes of signing 26-year-old Stoke Cityand England goalkeeper Jack Butland have been hit by a sell-on clause that would give West Midlands rivals Birmingham about 20% of the fee. (Sun)

Premier League newcomers Villa have been given encouragement in their pursuit of Cardiff Citygoalkeeper Neil Etheridge, 29, after Bluebirds boss Neil Warnock said the Championship club would be willing to listen to offers for the Philippines international. (Wales Online)

However, Villa are not willing to meet Burnley's £10m asking price for England keeper Tom Heaton, 33. (Birmingham Mail)

Liverpool plan to integrate 16-year-old Harvey Elliott into the first-team squad this season rather than him joining up with their academy sides following the English winger's move from Fulham. (Liverpool Echo)

Paris St-Germain left-back Stanley Nsoki, 20, is keen to move to Newcastle United, although the Premier League club are yet to meet the Ligue 1 champions' £13.5m valuation for the France Under-21 international. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Watford are in talks with French club Rennes over Senegal forward Ismaila Sarr, 21, and an agreement on a price is thought to be close. (Watford Observer)

Polish centre-back Krystian Bielik, 21, is set to leave Arsenal for one of several interested Championship clubs. (Sportowefakty)

Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen have rejected bids thought to be in the region of £3m from Championship clubs Nottingham Forest and Queen's Park Rangers for Scotland centre-back Scott McKenna, 22. (Daily Record)

Blackburn Rovers are still confident of signing Manchester City's 21-year-old English centre-back Tosin Adarabioyo on a season-long loan deal, while Fortuna Dusseldorf's German defender Robin Bormuth, 23, and Norwich City's Scotland international Grant Hanley, 27, could also arrive. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Former Norwich winger Ben Marshall, 28, could join Sheffield Wednesdayor Hull City after the Englishman's contract with the Canaries was cancelled by mutual consent. (Norwich Evening News)
 

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Tuesday's Newspapers:
30th July 2019


the sun

Furious Harry Maguire wants Leicester to push through his dream Manchester United move.
Angry Manchester United fans have sent an open letter to the Glazer family demanding answers about their ownership of the club.

Salomon Rondon has revealed he wanted to stay at Newcastle - but says he knew he had to leave as soon as Rafa Benitez did.
Alexandre Lacazette is winning his race to be fit for Arsenal's first game of the season at Newcastle.
Crystal Palace are preparing a move for Newcastle centre-back Ciaran Clark.
Arsenal want £10m for Krystian Bielik, who impressed on loan at Charlton last season.


daily mail

Gareth Bale has been left too distressed to join the Real Madrid squad for their trip to Munich after having a move to China torpedoed by the Spanish giants.
Arsenal will pay an initial £20m for Nicolas Pepe, as the Lille attacker moves closer to a club-record £72m switch - with the remaining £52m paid in instalments within five years.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito has revealed he is open to the idea of selling Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic if the right offer is made.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's son Noah is in the Kristiansund squad for Tuesday's friendly against United in Oslo.
The future of Bolton Wanderers is close to being secure - thanks to a £2m loan from the Professional Footballers' Association.


daily mirror

Eden Hazard 'was 7kg overweight' when he arrived at Real Madrid from Chelsea.
Oli McBurnie is set to join Premier League new boys Sheffield United in a club-record £20m deal.



daily telegraph

The FA will introduce 'sin bins' at grassroots level to cut down on dissent.


daily star

Stoke have slapped a £25m valuation on goalkeeper Jack Butland, slamming the door on his plan to return to the Premier League.
Manchester United may have found an unexpected solution in their bid to offload Matteo Darmian in the form of Barcelona.
Moise Kean has agreed to join Everton with the Toffees still attempting to strike a deal with Juventus.
PSG defender Stanley N'Soki will this week become Steve Bruce's second signing as Newcastle boss.
Bristol City are ready to risk a backlash by signing free agent defender Nathan Thompson, who goaded City fans at the end of their defeat to rivals Swindon in 2014.


daily record

Virgil van Dijk insists Kieran Tierney has all the tools to be a smash hit at Arsenal.
Neil Lennon is set to give Craig Gordon the chance to stake his claim to win back the Celtic No 1 jersey with his first competitive outing in seven months in Tallinn.
Kilmarnock are eyeing a move for ex-Hearts and Hamilton defender Lennard Sowah.

Leicester City defender Harry Maguire is losing patience with the club and the England centre-back wants the Foxes to push through his move to Manchester United. (Sun)

United are willing to pay as much as £70m for 26-year-old Maguire - but not the £90m Leicester want. (Mirror)

Arsenal's £72m deal for Lille winger Nicolas Pepe will involve the Gunners paying £20m up front for the 22-year-old Ivory Coast international and the other £52m in instalments within five years. (Mail)

Neymar's Paris St-Germain team-mate Marco Verratti says the club must sell the 27-year-old Brazil forward if he is unhappy at the Parc des Princes, despite coach Thomas Tuchel's desire to keep the player. (Express)

Real Madrid have told 28-year-old Colombia attacking midfielder James Rodriguez he will be staying at the Bernabeu. (AS - in Spanish)

Juventus have confirmed there have been offers for 25-year-old Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, amid interest from Manchester United andTottenham. (Mirror)

Arsenal have received an enquiry from Monaco about the availability Germany defender Shkodran Mustafi, 27. (L'Equipe, via Mirror)


Argentina defender Marcos Rojo, 29, will consider a move away from Manchester United if he believes first-team opportunities will be limited next season. (ESPN)

Lazio president Claudio Lotito says he is open to the idea of selling 24-year-old Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic - a United target - if the right offer is made. (Mail)

Crystal Palace are set to make a £5m bid for Newcastle United and Republic of Ireland centre-back Ciaran Clark, 29. (Sun)

Magpies manager Steve Bruce does not believe the club's fans will boycott the first match of the season against Arsenal. (Talksport)

Everton are considering moves for Southampton and Gabon midfielder Mario Lemina, 25, and Chelsea's England Under-21 defender Fikayo Tomori, 21. (Sky Sports)

Real Madrid have received offers from Roma and Monaco for Dominican Republic forward Mariano, 25. (AS - in Spanish)

Real's Belgium keeper Thibaut Courtois, 27, is doubtful for the start of the La Liga season after sustaining a sprained ankle. (Evening Standard)

Former Germany striker Jurgen Klinsmann is in talks with VfB Stuttgart to become the club's first chief executive. (Bild - in German)
 

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Wednesday's Newspapers:
31st July 2019


DAILY MAIL

  • Arsenal are close to agreeing a deal for Kieran Tierney after restructuring their £25m offer.
  • Everton want to bring another four players to Goodison Park before the transfer window ends as they close in on Moise Keane.
  • The Blues are also set to bid £40m for Malcolm to try and scupper a move to Zenit St Petersburg at the last minute.

THE SUN

  • Bournemouth are in line to bid up to £25m for Liverpool and Wales winger Harry Wilson.
  • Fikayo Tomori will be wanted by Everton on-loan if they fail to get Kurt Zouma back at Goodison Park.
  • Crystal Palace are set to launch a £5m bid for Newcastle defender Ciaran Clark.
  • Newcastle have had a £4.5m bid for Amiens and Sweden's 24-year-old right-back Emil Krafth rejected.
  • Newcastle and West Brom are keeping tabs on Wolves defender Conor Coady.

DAILY MIRROR
  • Arsenal have received a transfer enquiry from Monaco for Shkodran Mustafi.
  • Roma still want to sign Toby Alderweireld and are prepared to offer him a £3.2m a-year contract.
  • Bristol City are set to bid £7m for Newcastle's Ciaran Clark if Adam Webster leaves for Brighton.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Manchester United's pursuit of Harry Maguire will go to the wire with Leicester refusing to budge on £90m.


DAILY STAR

  • Arsenal and Rennes chiefs have held talks in London over a deal for Laurent Koscielny


DAILY RECORD

  • Aberdeen look set to miss out on a potential £6m windfall for Ryan Fraser, with after Eddie Howe insisting he will stay at the club.
  • Partizan's Serbia centre-back Strahinja Pavlovic is "flattered" by rumours linking him with a move to Celtic.
  • Ryan Kent's representatives still expect to secure a loan move for the winger with Rangers remaining interested in the Liverpool player.

French champions Paris St-Germain have vetoed Barcelona's move for 27-year-old forward Neymar. (Marca)

Alternatively, PSG officials will meet their Barcelona counterparts to discuss a deal which will take Brazil international Neymar back to the Spanish club. (Mundo Deportivo, via Express)

Manchester United are interested in signing Barca and France centre-back Samuel Umtiti, 25. (Le10 Sport - in French)

Arsenal are closing in on a deal for 22-year-old Celtic and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney. (Mail)

Inter Milan and Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 26, could be heading to Napoli in an 80m euros (£73m) deal. (Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)


Juventus' Moise Kean, 19, turned down a switch to Arsenal in favour of Everton because the Gunners could not guarantee the Italy striker first-team football. (Mail)

Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says he did not understand why manager Niko Kovac said the club were confident of signing Manchester City's 23-year-old Germany winger Leroy Sane. (Bild - in German)

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane says he does not know if 28-year-old Colombia attacking midfielder James Rodriguez will be at the Spanish club next season. (Marca)

Arsenal centre-back Shkodran Mustafi's father and agent has played down the 27-year-old Germany international moving to an Italian club. (Romanews - in Italian)

Crystal Palace have made a bid of about £14m for CSKA Moscow and Russia striker Fedor Chalov, 21. (Sky Sports)

West Brom have received no offers from Aston Villa for Scotland winger Matt Phillips, 28. (Birmingham Mail)

Villa are leading Premier League rivals Newcastle United in the race to sign 22-year-old Liverpool and Wales winger Harry Wilson in a £20m deal. (Star)

Former Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will return to management when the right opportunity arises. (Sky Sports)

Newcastle's England Under-21 goalkeeper Freddie Woodman, 22, is a target for Celtic and Arsenal, as well as two unnamed Championship clubs. (Chronicle)

The Magpies have had a £4.5m bid for Amiens and Sweden's 24-year-old right-back Emil Krafth rejected. (Sun)

Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke says 19-year-old Portugal striker Joao Felix will become "one of the best players in the world". (ESPN)

Partizan's Serbia centre-back Strahinja Pavlovic, 18, is "flattered" by rumours linking him with a move to Celtic. (Daily Record)

Preston North End have rejected a loan bid from Wigan Athletic for 26-year-old Jamaica-born midfielder Daniel Johnson. (Lancashire Evening Post)
 

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Thursday's Newspapers:
1st August 2019


THE SUN

Cristiano Ronaldo has told Juventus to go ahead and sign Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku.

Manchester United are closing in on their third signing of the summer after agreeing a £9m deal for Monaco's Hannibal Mejbri.

Manchester United have joined the race for Marseille winger Isaac Lihadji.

Crystal Palace hope to beat Newcastle in the battle for Everton midfielder James McCarthy.

Steve Bruce wants to award new contracts to Newcastle quartet Jonjo Shelvey, Matt Ritchie, Isaac Hayden and Martin Dubravka.

Burnley are set to make a £2.6m bid for Leeds keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell.


DAILY MIRROR
Lille president Gerard Lopez claims Nicolas Pepe will be an Arsenal player "within the next 24 hours" and confirmed he will move for a £72m fee.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain's richest man, has been given the green light to complete his takeover of OGC Nice, according to reports in France.


DAILY MAIL

Newcastle are interested in Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe - but must wait for Harry Maguire to move to Old Trafford first.

Manchester United are still considering their options over a move for Paulo Dybala, who has demanded £350,000 per week.

Napoli have become front-runners in the race to sign Wilfried Zaha as their long-term target Pepe heads to Arsenal.

Manchester United have reached an agreement with Monaco over a potential £9m deal for 16-year-old midfielder Hannibal Mejbri.


DAILY STAR

Everton have beaten Liverpool to the £37m signing of Brazilian youngster Reinier Jesus from Flamengo.

Barcelona want Malcom and his agent to hold off on a move to Zenit as a switch to Everton could prove more lucrative to the club.

Manchester United have secured a 'total agreement' for Sporting Lisbon ace Bruno Fernandes, it has been claimed.


SCOTTISH SUN

Steven Naismith is set to finally sign for Hearts on Thursday after his Norwich contract expired.


THE INDEPENDENT

Laurent Koscielny remains determined to leave Arsenal this summer

Manchester United are still considering their options over a move for Paulo Dybala, with the Argentina forward, 25, due back at Juventus to discuss his future this week. (Manchester Evening News)

Dybala has told United the club need to offer him a contract worth £350,000 per week if he is to join them. (Mail)

Lille president Gerard Lopez confirms that 24-year-old Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe will be sold to Arsenal for 80m euros (£73m). (RMC Sport - in French)

Napoli are set to bid £60m for Crystal Palace's Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha after losing out on Pepe. (Mail)

Barcelona want to sell Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho, but are concerned they have not received any offers for the 27-year-old. (ESPN)

Everton are working on a deal to bring Mainz and Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin, 23, to Goodison Park. (Liverpool Echo)

Arsenal have made a bid to loan 25-year-old Juventus and Italy defender Daniele Rugani for two seasons. (Gazzetta dello Sport, via Sun)


Captain Laurent Koscielny, 33, remains determined to leave Arsenal this summer despite ongoing talks between the club and defender. (Independent)

Arsenal are prepared to let German defender Shkodran Mustafi leave this summer, but Roma are yet to make a bid for him despite being linked with the 27-year-old. (Romanews, via Star)

Bayern Munich sports director Hasan Salihamidzic says Manchester City deserve an apology after manager Niko Kovac stated the Bundesliga champions were set to sign 23-year-old German winger Leroy Sane. (Sport Bild - in German)

The German side have now submitted a formal bid for Sane and presented personal terms to the player. (Bild+)

Zenit St Petersburg are set to announce the signing of Barcelona winger Malcolm, 22, after the two clubs agreed a fee in the region of £36.5m plus add-ons for the Brazilian. (Goal)

Manchester United are ready to rival Barcelona for Marseille's 17-year-old's French forward Isaac Lihadji this summer. (La Provence, via Mail)

Manchester United have reached an agreement with Monaco over a potential £9m deal for 16-year-old midfielder Hannibal Mejbri. (Mail)

Aston Villa's pursuit of Brentford's 22-year-old French striker Neal Maupay has been boosted after Sheffield United looked elsewhere. (Birmingham Mail)

Everton are among a number of clubs keen on signing Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori, 21, on loan. (Evening Standard)

Sunderland will allow midfielder and captain George Honeyman, 24, to join Hull City instead of losing the academy graduate on a free transfer next summer. (Northern Echo)

Former Barcelona defender Carles Puyol, 41, said he twice rejected the advances of Real Madrid. (AS in Spanish)

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard confirms a move for Liverpool winger Ryan Kent, 22, is dead and they cannot afford a permanent transfer. (Daily Record)

Danny Drinkwater looks set to stay at Chelsea this season as the 29-year-old midfielder is yet to receive any concrete offers to move elsewhere. (Evening Standard)

Leicester City have agreed a deal to sell central defender Elliott Moore, 22, to Oxford United. (Leicester Mercury)
 

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Friday's Newspapers
2nd August 2019


THE SUN

  • Jurgen Klopp is weighing up a late move for Bordeaux forward Francois Kamano in a £20m deal.
  • Newcastle are in talks with Paris-Saint Germain over signing 18-year-old starlet Moussa Sissako.
  • Nicolas Otamendi is set to stay at Manchester City and fill the void left by Vincent Kompany.
DAILY MAIL
  • Crystal Palace are hoping to convince Gary Cahill to join them ahead of Burnley and West Ham.
  • Palace have made an £11m bid for Brentford forward Ollie Watkins as Roy Hodgson looks to bolster his attack.
  • Victor Wanyama is a target for Bournemouth after falling out of favour at Spurs following Tanguy Ndombele's arrival.
  • 19-year-old Wolves prospect Cameron John is joining Doncaster Rovers on a season-long loan.
THE TELEGRAPH
  • Manchester City have put a price tag of at least £137m on Leroy Sane amid continuing interest from Bayern Munich.

THE GUARDIAN

  • Manchester City have reopened talks with Joao Cancelo which could see Danilo move in the opposite direction to Juventus.

DAILY STAR

  • Danny Drinkwater is set to stay at Stamford Bridge despite Frank Lampard deeming him surplus to requirements.

DAILY EXPRESS

  • Tottenham are confident of signing Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham before the transfer deadline, but the north London club would prefer to complete the sale of Danny Rose first.
Manchester City have rejected a £72m bid from Bayern Munich for Germany forward Leroy Sane, 23. (Metro)

City want £137m for Sane if he does not wish to sign an extension to his contract, which expires in June 2021. (Telegraph)

Manchester United are struggling to reach an agreement with 25-year-oldJuventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala and his representatives, putting a swap deal for Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, under threat. (Independent)

England defender Harry Maguire, 26, has been left out of Leicester City's squad for Friday's friendly against Atalanta because of the ongoing uncertainty over his future, with the Foxes wanting a £90m deal if Manchester United are to sign him. (Telegraph)

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, 30, is a target for Roma and the Italian club believe they can get the Croatia centre-back for between £11m and £12m. (Gazzetta dello Sport, via Mirror)

The Reds are considering up a move for Bordeaux and Guinea forward Francois Kamano and are willing to pay £20m for the 23-year-old. (Sun)


Tottenham are closing in on a £55m deal for Real Betis midfielder Giovani lo Celso, with the 23-year-old set to agree a five-year contract. (Mundo Deportivo, via Mail)

Spurs are exploring a deal for 24-year-old Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes as an alternative to Lo Celso. (Evening Standard)

Betis have already rejected several offers from Tottenham for Argentina international Lo Celso. (SevillaABC - in Spanish)

Manchester City have re-entered talks with Juventus over Portugal right-back Joao Cancelo, 25. (Telegraph)

Manchester United rejected the chance to sign 19-year-old Juventusforward Moise Kean, leaving the Italy international clear for a move toEverton. (90min)

Crystal Palace have joined Burnley and West HamUnited in trying to sign 33-year-old England centre-back Gary Cahill, who is a free agent after leaving Chelsea.(Mail)

Tottenham are confident of signing 19-year-old Fulham and England Under-21 left-back Ryan Sessegnon - but would like to offload England defender Danny Rose, 29, first. (Express)

Newcastle are on the verge of signing French winger Allan Saint-Maximin, 22, from Nice in a £16.5m deal. (Talksport)

Argentina centre-back Nicolas Otamendi, 31, wants to stay at Manchester City despite being linked with a move away from the club. (Sun)

Brazil right-back Dani Alves is close to a move to Sao Paulo. The 36-year-old is a free agent after leaving Paris St-Germain. (Goal)

Crystal Palace have made contact with Cardiff City about Real Betis' 25-year-old Spanish midfielder Victor Camarasa, who spent last season loan at the Bluebirds. (Wales Online)