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  1. #141
    Saturday Paper Talk: Zlatan stalls on United deal
    February 25 2017, 09:39

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic is stalling on a new Manchester United deal - check out all the rumours from Saturday's papers.


    Zlatan Ibrahimovic is stalling on extending his Manchester United deal because of concerns over their Champions League prospects.

    Ever-present Cesar Azpilicueta wants to become a Chelsea legend - but knows he must win more trophies.

    Gianluigi Buffon says Claudio Ranieri's sacking is a decision no-one in football can understand.

    Ronald Koeman insists he doesn't need a new deal to reaffirm his Everton commitment amid the ongoing Barcelona rumours.

    Ander Herrera says Southampton are 'scared' of Zlatan Ibrahimovic ahead of the EFL Cup final.

    Paul Clement believes Chelsea can dominate the Premier League for the next four seasons.


    Leicester's players met four times with the owners to get Claudio Ranieri axed.

    West Ham flop Simone Zaza has reportedly done enough to earn a permanent move to Valencia.


    Claudio Ranieri was fired at the airport hotel after Leicester's players arrived back from Spain.

    Arsenal have warned contract rebels Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil they will not bow to their demands.

    Bournemouth star Harry Arter has opened up on the birth of his daughter and how he coped with his tragic loss.

    Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has 80-page dossiers on every opponent.


    Arsenal will send scouts to watch Serie A duo Faouzi Ghoulam and Lorenzo Insigne in action on Saturday, according to reports.

    Scott Brown believes Celtic's rivals are sticking the boot in as a last resort after getting nowhere in their attempts to beat them.

    Bournemouth players are wearing orange glasses at night to help them sleep.


    Chelsea are reportedly interested in Fulham's talented twins Ryan and Steven Sessegnon.

    Patrice Evra has revealed how a member of the Manchester United staff stopped his return to Old Trafford, despite Jose Mourinho being keen on his signature.

    Gary Rowett admits he has been frustrated by Birmingham's woes under Gianfranco Zola.


    Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has revealed the pressure he is facing to prove funding is in place for the club's new 750m stadium in an email to London City Hall and Haringey Council.


    Ronald Koeman hopes Manchester United beat his former club Southampton in Sunday's EFL Cup final to enhance Everton's prospects of qualifying for Europe.


    Rangers caretaker Graeme Murty said he was too raw after the Inverness defeat to discuss the Ibrox manager's job.

  2. #142

    Paper Talk Regional
    National Regional

    Chelsea have not spoken to Thibaut Courtois about a new contract for a year despite interest from Real Madrid.
    Arsene Wenger will seek a move to a club best equipped to win the Champions League should he leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
    Mark Warburton and Dennis Bergkamp are in the frame to succeed Andries Jonker as Arsenal's academy manager.
    Manchester United scouts are expected to monitor St Etienne full-back Kevin Malcuit after he impressed Jose Mourinho.
    Southampton have warned Manchester City and other interested clubs that they won't give up Virgil van Dijk without a fight in the summer.
    Jurgen Klopp admits that Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is unlikely to be fit for Saturday's Premier League clash with Arsenal at Anfield.
    West Brom chairman John Williams has confirmed the club are searching for a striker to buy in the summer.
    West Brom star Chris Brunt says time off with injury because of damaged knee ligaments made him stronger.
    Ahmed Elmohamady says Hull City feels like a "new club" after returning to a squad transformed by Marco Silva.
    Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is reported to be ready to offload 18.3m record signing Giannelli Imbula and fan favourite Bojan in a dramatic shake-up of his squad this summer.
    Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite says the club were interested in taking players on loan from Stoke City this season, but the deals didn't come off.
    Derby County's record signing Matej Vydra has been "unlucky", according to manager Steve McClaren.
    Craig Shakespeare is the new bookmakers' favourite to become the next permanent Leicester City manager.
    Tom Heaton has called on Burnley to match the performance level against Hull City over the next month as they look to build on a second away point of the season.
    Alex Smithies would command a hefty fee, according to his QPR team-mate James Perch.
    Sone Aluko believes hanging on to Tom Cairney is integral to Fulham's ambitions.
    Joe Ledley has admitted that Crystal Palace were right to sack Alan Pardew, saying the club needed a change after "one of the worst years in football" in 2016.
    Brendan Rodgers has labelled Efe Ambrose as the "nicest man in football" with the Nigerian poised on making an emergency loan move to Hibs.
    Barry Ferguson has backed Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes to become the next permanent Rangers manager and insists the Ibrox club are right to be patient in making an appointment.

  3. #143
    Football Paper Talk and latest transfer rumours
    March 12 2017, 09:41

    All the best football rumours in Saturday's newspapers.


    Chelsea will battle Arsenal to land Manchester United star Jesse Lingard.

    Jurgen Klopp is confident of taking Fulham left-back Ryan Sessegnon to Liverpool.

    Southampton have joined the chase for England keeper Joe Hart amid fears Fraser Forster will leave.

    Real Madrid will offer Alvaro Morata plus cash for Chelsea star Eden Hazard this summer.

    Lionel Messi will sign a new contract at Barcelona, worth 35m a year.

    West Ham are ready to pounce on Pablo Zabaleta this summer.

    Liverpool whizkid Ben Woodburn could be set for a shock Wales call-up.

    Steve McClaren will have his position as Derby boss reviewed at the end of the season.

    Leeds are checking on Exeter's top talent Ollie Watkins, as they plan a summer raid.

    Millwall striker Lee Gregory is being chased by Sheffield United.

    Manchester City want to make Jadon Sancho the country's best-paid teen with a 5m deal.


    West Ham are planning to sell Andy Carroll in the summer - and replace him with Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge.

    David de Gea has cut off all contact with Real Madrid about a potential summer move and Manchester United now want to try and persuade him to sign a new contract at Old Trafford.

    Bayern Munich chief Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly set to win the race for Real Madrid ace James Rodriguez.

    Inter Milan are leading the race to sign Chelsea target Domenico Berardi from Sassuolo.

    Manchester United are in advanced talks over a deal for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman.

    Swansea will slap a 30m price tag on playmaker Gyifi Sigurdsson this summer to fend of interest from Everton and West Ham.

    West Brom are planning a 12m swoop for Burnley hitman Andre Gray this summer.


    Arsenal's under-fire board have told Arsene Wenger to make a decision about his future during the international break.

    Jose Mourinho must convince Zlatan Ibrahimovic that Manchester United can win the title to keep him next season.

    Winston Reid is in line for a West Ham contract extension worth more than 70,000 per week.

    Birmingham manager Gianfranco Zola's future is hanging by a thread as the club's owners consider a change.

    Chelsea and Manchester City are leading the chase for Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi.

    Tottenham have made Everton midfielder Ross Barkley their top summer transfer target.

    Yaya Toure says winning the Champions League at Manchester City would be Pep Guardiola's greatest achievement.

    Manchester United are tailing Lyon midfield ace Lucas Tousart.


    Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea will send scouts to watch Celtic's Moussa Dembele against Rangers on Sunday.

    West Ham are among the clubs interested in signing Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta if he leaves The Etihad Stadium this summer.


    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been been offered around 15m a season to quit Manchester United and move to LA Galaxy.

    Torino are set to offer Joe Hart the chance to remain in Italy on a permanent basis when his loan from Manchester City runs out this summer.

    Chelsea have been told they will have to pay 30m if they want to beat off Manchester City to land Middlesbrough star Ben Gibson.


    Wayne Rooney is set to be included in England's squad for Germany and Lithuania, when Gareth Southgate names his squad on Thursday, but the striker faces a battle to retain both the England captaincy and his place.

    Antonio Conte will ask for a 200m transfer budget to build a squad capable of winning the Champions League before committing to a long-term contract with Chelsea.

  4. #144
    Football Paper Talk and latest transfer rumours
    March 13 2017, 08:14

    Granit Xhaka
    All the best football rumours in Monday's newspapers.


    Bayern Munich could make a surprise move to end Granit Xhaka's disappointing spell at Arsenal.

    Toby Alderweireld is close to sealing a new contract with Tottenham - with the deal also dropping his 25m release clause.

    Arsenal and Chelsea are ready to battle it out for Wolves' 20m-rated winger Helder Costa.

    West Ham have triggered an option to keep Adrian at the club.


    Tottenham striker Harry Kane is facing a battle to play again this season.

    Chelsea are hopeful of completing deals for wonderkids Billy Gilmour and Daishawn Redan.

    Jack Wilshere is not thinking about his Arsenal future and is only focusing on keeping Bournemouth in the Premier League.

    Pep Guardiola believes Yaya Toure will have his pick of the big clubs this summer.

    Arsenal and Chelsea scouts were in attendance at the weekend to check on Wolves' Portuguese star Helder Costa.

    Manchester City are on red alert after Joshua Kimmich expressed frustration with his role at Bayern Munich.

    Norwich want to interview Gary Rowett for vacant manager's position - but Alan Pardew also hopes to be considered.

    Derby will target Gary Rowett to replace sacked Steve McClaren at the floundering Championship club.


    West Ham are planning to sell Andy Carroll in the summer - and replace him with Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge.


    Mesut Ozil has handed Arsenal timely boost by suggesting he could still remain in north London even if Arsene Wenger decides to end his two-decade reign this summer.

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has assured the club's supporters that he doesn't have to balance the books in the next transfer window and that he plans to strengthen at Anfield.


    Liverpool target Naby Keita was rushed to hospital on Saturday after collapsing on the pitch during his club RB Leipzig's 1-0 defeat to Wolfsburg.

  5. #145
    Football Paper Talk and latest transfer rumours
    March 17 2017, 09:59

    All the best football rumours from Friday's newspapers.


    Mauricio Pochettino will be on Paris Saint-Germain's wish list if they change manager this summer.

    Chelsea will have to give Thibaut Courtois a contract worth more than 200,000-a-week to keep him out of Real Madrid's clutches.

    Pep Guardiola will embark on a ruthless 200million summer overhaul at Manchester City after their shocking Champions League exit - with captain Vincent Kompany the biggest victim.

    Everton boss Ronald Koeman has warned Ross Barkley could be sold at the end of the season, with Tottenham planning a summer move for both him and Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed fresh talk linking his right-back Hector Bellerin with a return to former club Barcelona, declaring he has an "unbelievable" amount of time left on his contract.

    Joe Hart has refused to rule out staying at Torino beyond this season. Arsenal and Spurs are among a number of clubs tracking Eibar defender Florian Lejeune.

    Leicester's Champions League heroes will miss the live draw that decides who they meet in the last eight - after being ordered to train instead.


    Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has met Romelu Lukaku's agent Mino Raiola for transfer talks in Manchester.

    Everton are still in the hunt for Cypriot star Pieros Sotiriou - but they face a huge battle for his signature.

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has added AC Milan ace Suso to his wish list and the club have given him the go ahead to sign four players this summer.

    Arsene Wenger wants to take Barcelona star Rafinha to Arsenal.


    Harry Redknapp is in line to become Ghana's national coach.

    Nigel Pearson is the early favourite to become the next Middlesbrough manager to replace Aitor Karanka.


    Southampton are considering a bid for Joe Hart with Everton eyeing Fraser Forster.

  6. #146
    Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours
    March 23 2017, 13:13

    A round-up of the latest football stories from Thursday's newspapers.


    Arsene Wenger has agreed to help build the structure to replace himself as a trade-off for being given a new two-year contract at Arsenal but Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will be sold as part of a reinvention process that could see a huge overhaul of players at the Emirates this summer.


    Antonio Conte has sounded out Juventus star Leonardo Bonucci about a money-spinning switch to Chelsea this summer.

    Roma want to bring Manchester United outcast Matteo Darmian back to Italy.


    Marco Verratti's agent has alerted Europe's top clubs by claiming the Italy midfielder is not happy at Paris Saint-Germain.

    Jose Mourinho says Manchester United will struggle to sign players from their Premier League rivals.


    Chelsea sent scouts to watch Germany's Roma centre-half Antonio Rudiger in action against England.

    Real Madrid are stepping up their interest in Monaco's Kylian Mbappe and see the teenager as the new Ronaldo (Brazilian version).

    Manchester City have revived their interest in Juventus centre back Leonardo Bonucci. The 28-year-old is valued at 60m.

    Arsenal and Manchester City are among the clubs monitoring Flamengo teenager Vinicius Junior. The 16-year-old Brazil U17 forward has also been watched by Manchester United and Barcelona.


    Barcelona forward Neymar has hailed the talents of Gabriel Jesus and hinted that he would love to line up alongside the Manchester City star for club and country.

    Barcelona could offer Isco a 17m bonus to join them when his Real Madrid contract is up.

    Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld wants 100,000-a-week to put him on par with the club's top earners.


    Arsenal are planning a 25m summer bid for Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan.

    Divock Origi is frustrated by his lack of playing time for Liverpool and is considering his future at the club.


    Chelsea are unmoved by Diego Costa's latest claim that he wanted to return to Atletico Madrid last summer and that he could move to China at the end of this season.

    Leicester will make a renewed move for Anderlecht defender Kara Mbodji this summer if they avoid relegation, having had two bids rejected in January.

    Leicester are considering another move for Middlesbrough's Gaston Ramirez, who will press to leave if they drop into the Championship.

  7. #147
    Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours
    April 01 2017, 09:28

    A round-up of the football stories from Saturday's newspapers.


    Chelsea have cooled their interest in Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata as they prepare to concentrate their efforts on Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku this summer.

    Chelsea are also confident of landing a deal for Southampton's Virgil van Dijk.


    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has told Eden Hazard to forget about joining Real Madrid.

    West Ham are eyeing a summer move for out-of-favour Arsenal striker Lucas Perez.

    Aston Villa are set for talks with Manchester United to extend Sam Johnstone's stay in the Midlands.

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admits he would like to bring Jermain Defoe back to the south coast.


    Chelsea could make a move for young Italian goalkeeper Alex Meret after Antonio Conte watched him in action, the manager's agent has revealed.

    Cesar Azpilicueta admits he is "flattered" by interest from Barcelona but wants to stay at Chelsea.

    Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal could be on his way to Athletic Bilbao this summer.

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says he believes Moussa Dembele is likely to leave in 2018.


    Chelsea are keen to re-sign left-back Ryan Bertrand from Southampton.

    Sam Allardyce believes Yohan Cabaye sees his future at Marseille - but will only be allowed to leave if the price is right.

    Newcastle face a real fight to hold onto their academy ace Lewis Gibson as a host of big clubs plot a move for the teen star.

    West Ham co-chairman Karren Brady insists they are not looking to sack boss Slaven Bilic.

    West Brom are planning to offer Darren Fletcher a new two-year deal.

    Leyton Orient's unpaid players are set to go on strike.


    Paris Saint-Germain have offered Arsene Wenger an immediate return to the dugout if he opts to quit Arsenal.

    Manchester United have agreed to sign 15-year-old ace Will Vint.


    Manchester United have shown an interest in re-signing Michael Keane two years after selling the central defender to Burnley for 2.5m but Everton, Liverpool and Chelsea are also interested.

    Virgil van Dijk would prefer a move to Chelsea over Manchester City this summer, with the Southampton star set for a move to a top-four side.

    Newcastle are plotting a summer move for Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield.


    Manchester City's Raheem Sterling insists he is "not a brat" as he faces down his critics.


    Chelsea have held renewed talks over a groundshare with West Ham.

    Tom Davies is close to agreeing a new contract with Everton.

    Everton contract rebel Romelu Lukaku has refused to sign a new boot deal with Nike.

  8. #148
    Paper Talk: Monday's football transfer rumours
    April 03 2017, 09:04

    A round-up of the football stories from Monday's newspapers.


    Real Madrid are determined to sign Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea and Chelsea forward Eden Hazard this summer and are willing to throw Spain striker Alvaro Morata into any deal for Hazard.

    Many fans at Arsenal might not want Arsene Wenger to stay, but reports from Spain say Real Madrid have their eye on him - either as a potential new manager if Zinedine Zidane does not deliver the title this season, or as a sporting director.

    Sam Allardyce has warned Tottenham it will take a huge offer to prise Wilfried Zaha away from Crystal Palace. Bournemouth are ready to battle West Ham for Arsenal loanee Jack Wilshere this summer.

    Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti will hold talks over his future at the end of the season, putting a host of Europe's biggest clubs on red alert.


    Crystal Palace will offer Wilfried Zaha up to 110,000-per-week, amid interest from Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.


    Mauricio Pochettino has challenged Tottenham to draw on the lessons from last season and battle to the end of the Premier League season.

    Jose Mourinho says Manchester United may have to focus their attentions on the Europa League.


    Eden Hazard has handed Chelsea a massive boost by saying he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge because he has things to finish.

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he rates Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez as one of the best in the world in the wake of the sides' 2-2 at the Emirates on Sunday.

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is keen to try to sign Arsenal loanee Jack Wilshere on a permanent deal, despite the midfielder struggling to hold down a regular place.


    Tottenham are waiting to see whether Harry Winks will play again this season after a scan revealed he has suffered ankle ligament damage.


    Crystal Palace will attempt to sign Mamadou Sakho from Liverpool on a permanent deal this summer.

  9. #149
    Paper Talk: Friday's football transfer rumours
    April 07 2017, 00:20

    A round-up of the latest football gossip from Friday's newspapers.


    Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski is being lined up to succeed Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United if the Swedish forward elects to leave Old Trafford this summer.

    Arsenal could be set for a summer swoop for Schalke star Leon Goretzka.

    Liverpool have been offered a lucrative end-of-season friendly in Australia against Sydney FC next month.

    Chelsea have been handed a major boost in their pursuit of Fiorentina winger Federico Bernardeschi; Juventus are desperate to land the 40million-rated Italy international but Fiorentina are reluctant to sell to their bitter rivals.

    Arsenal have made contact with Kingsley Coman over a proposed summer transfer. The French winger is currently on loan at Bayern Munich from Juventus.


    Jose Mourinho has phoned Alexis Sanchez about a possible move to Manchester United this summer. The wantaway Arsenal star has also been contacted by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

    Tottenham are confident they will keep Dele Alli this summer despite Real Madrid and Manchester City’s interest.

    Manchester United legend Nemanja Vidic is set for an Old Trafford return this summer to feature in Michael Carrick's testimonial.


    Wilfred Ndidi will force an exit from Leicester if Manchester United come knocking, according to his agent.


    Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is ready to stay at the club for one more year - if they prove their ambition in this summer's transfer market.

    Antonio Conte insists he is committed to Chelsea despite Inter Milan's interest.

    Arsene Wenger is locked in a power struggle over his new contract. Wenger is almost certain to stay at Arsenal and sign a new two-year deal, but there is major concern behind the scenes about his unwillingness to embrace change.


    A joint bid from the US, Canada and Mexico to host the enlarged 2026 World Cup is expected to be finalised this year


    Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha was disrespectful by naming his line-up so early for Wednesday's game, says Kilmarnock ace Conor Sammon.

    Celtic's Scott Brown has said he wants to play for Scotland against England in June.

  10. #150
    Paper Talk: Sunday's football transfer rumours
    April 16 2017, 11:20

    A round-up of the latest football gossip from Sunday's newspapers.


    Jose Mourinho is set to make a shock move to bring Everton midfielder Ross Barkley to Manchester United in the summer.

    Jurgen Klopp has insisted Liverpool will keep midfielder Philippe Coutinho out of the clutches of Barcelona.

    Tottenham will offer midfielder Dele Alli a new contract in a bid to stave off interest from Real Madrid.

    West Ham and Everton are interested in signing Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.

    Manchester City had the chance to sign Paulo Dybala, currently of Juventus, in 2015, but instead opted to buy Wilfried Bony from Swansea.


    Arsenal will be able to confirm transfers as soon as Arsene Wenger says he is staying at the club, with Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac intended as the first signing of a major revamp.

    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is involved in a battle with Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois over who moves to Real Madrid this summer - with England No 1 Joe Hart in line to replace the winner.


    Manchester United are now plotting a 125m swoop for Atletico Madrid duo Jan Oblak and Antoine Griezmann.


    Burnley want Leeds centre-back Kyle Bartley to replace Michael Keane next season.


    Chelsea will allow Diego Costa to leave in the summer and have lined up Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata to replace him.

    Everton are ready to offer Swansea's 30m rated midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson 140,000-a-week to move to Goodison Park this summer.

    West Ham will make a move for Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic when they sack Slaven Bilic at the end of the season.


    Brendan Rodgers will have no summer respite from the demands of being Celtic manager but declared himself relaxed about the prospect of preparing for the next campaign without a proper holiday.

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