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Monday's Newspapers:
November 13 2017


DAILY STAR
•Arsenal are close to signing Lyon star Nabil Fekir in a deal worth more than £60m.
•England have been told to forget about tempting away Wales youngsters Ethan Ampadu and David Brooks.
•Michael O'Neill has refused to be drawn on his future after Northern Ireland's World Cup agony.
•Cristiano Ronaldo is more selfish than me, says Real Madrid team-mate Karim Benzema.


DAILY EXPRESS
•Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is not being lined up by the SFA for the vacant Scotland job.
THE GUARDIAN
•Gareth Southgate is planning a mock penalty shoot-out at Wembley in a forthcoming friendly in a bid to end England's penalty pain.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Jack Cork nearly missed his chance to finally make his England debut, as he was about to go on a family holiday to Dubai.
•Marcus Rashford has revealed he tried to emulate Brazil legend Ronaldo when he was growing up.
•Danny Drinkwater should be in with a shout of an England World Cup place, says former Leicester team-mate Jamie Vardy.
•Gareth Southgate has hinted he already knows his England squad for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia.
DAILY MIRROR
•Ray Wilkins has said Mesut Ozil isn't a great player and doesn't deserve the Arsenal No.10 shirt.
•Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United are on red alert as Sevilla's Steven N'Zonzi admits he "loves" the Premier League.
•Borussia Dortmund are targeting Liverpool midfielder Emre Can but face competition from Juventus.


DAILY MAIL
•England have received surprise backing from Germany if they make a bid to host the 2030 World Cup.
•Phil Foden is set for an England Under-21 call-up as the FA plan to fast-track the Manchester City midfielder.
THE SUN
•Gareth Southgate has warned goalkeeper Joe Hart his World Cup place is under threat.
•Alan Shearer says Danny Drinkwater has the wrong attitude and should not play for England again.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
November 14 2017

THE SUN
•Atletico Madrid have contacted Arsenal's Mesut Ozil about a sensational return to Spain next summer on a free transfer.
•Adrien Silva admits he was "disgusted" when he found out FIFA had blocked his deadline day move to Leicester City.
•Cardiff City are set to sign Venezuela defender Rolf Feltscher despite interest from MLS side LA Galaxy.
•Sunderland hope to have Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom installed as their new manager by the weekend.
DAILY MAIL
•Manchester United are interested in Argentine left-back Enzo Diaz, who plays for second division leaders Agropecuario.
•Manchester City have joined the long list of admirers of Schalke forward Breel Embolo.
•Gianluigi Buffon has confirmed his international retirement after Italy lost their World Cup play-off against Sweden.
•Basel are facing a race against time to have their pitch in shape for next week's Champions League clash with Manchester United after the heavy rain before Switzerland took on Northern Ireland.
•West Brom have renewed their interest in Fenerbahce midfielder Josef de Souza after a summer deal fell through.
DAILY STAR
•Antoine Griezemann is expected to snub a move to Manchester United next summer and says it would be a dream to play for PSG.
•Jonny Evans says the Northern Ireland squad would understand if manager Michael O'Neill leaves.
•Gareth Southgate has backed Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford to start firing for England.
•Chelsea boss Antonio Conte would be welcomed back by Italy with open arms, according to Alessandro Del Piero.
•Gus Poyet would be open to returning to Sunderland as manager, two-and-a-half years after being fired by the Sky Bet Championship club.
•QPR will open contract talks with Nedum Onuoha in January to avoid losing the defender on a free next summer.
DAILY MIRROR
•A confident David Meyler says he can "only see one outcome" ahead of the Republic of Ireland's World Cup play-off decider against Denmark.
•Tottenham are interested in Watford's Richarlison after just three months in English football.
•Liverpool have emerged as favourites to sign Javier Mascherano in January.
•West Brom are eyeing up a January raid on Trabzonspor for £11m-rated midfielder Okay Yokuslu.
THE GUARDIAN
•Scotland are ready to make Michael O'Neill a double-your-money offer to succeed Gordon Strachan.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Paul Pogba is close to returning for Manchester United but is unlikely to feature against Newcastle on Saturday.
THE INDEPENDENT
•Watford have rejected Everton's request to talk to Marco Silva about their managerial vacancy.
•Giampiero Ventura has resigned as Italy manager after the Azzurri failed to qualify for next year's World Cup.
THE TIMES
•As well as being snubbed by Watford over their boss Marco Silva, Everton have growing doubts over the possibility of securing Sam Allardyce on a shorter-term deal.
DAILY RECORD
•St Johnstone are closing in on the signing of prolific Dundalk striker David McMillan.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
November 15 2017


DAILY MIRROR
•Antonio Conte is wanted to revive Italy after the humiliation of them failing to qualify for the World Cup finals.
•Arsenal are ready to walk away from a deal for Monaco's Thomas Lemar.
•Julian Draxler says Neymar deserves the special privileges he receives at Paris Saint-Germain because the Brazil international is a "superstar".
THE SUN
•Chelsea have been dealt a huge blow in their attempts to sign Andrea Belotti as Torino president Urbano Cairo says he has spoken with Real Madrid counterpart Florentino Perez about the striker.
•Sadio Mane admits he is "filled with worry" watching Liverpool from the sidelines.
•Thomas Vermaelen has admitted again that he regrets staying at Barcelona last summer.
DAILY EXPRESS
•Barcelona will reportedly look to hold a crunch meeting with Liverpool this month to push through a move for Philippe Coutinho in January

•Chelsea are looking to sell Willian in January to fund a deal for Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura, according to reports in France.
DAILY MAIL
•Watford have rejected Everton's second offer of £8.5m for Marco Silva as the search for Ronald Koeman's successor continues.
•Liverpool must pay Charlton £250,000 after Joe Gomez made his full England debut against Brazil.
•Arsenal will revive their interest in Raheem Sterling in January as part of Manchester City's pursuit of Alexis Sanchez.

•West Ham's Winston Reid is emerging as a doubt for David Moyes' first game in charge while Javier Hernandez is expected to be out for two games following the hamstring strain he picked up playing for Mexico.
THE INDEPENDENT
•Jose Mourinho currently sees Valencia's Carlos Soler as his main January transfer target, in what is likely to be a limited window for Manchester United.
•Everton are willing to double Marco Silva's wages and give him a considerable January transfer fund to try and persuade the highly-rated Watford manager to join Goodison Park in mid-season.
DAILY RECORD
•Brendan Rodgers has put Reading defender Liam Moore at the top of his list of January transfer targets.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
November 16 2017

THE SUN
•Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba are pushing for a place in Manchester United's team against Newcastle this weekend.
•Chris Smalling, Jack Wilshere, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott are not in Gareth Southgate's World Cup plans.
•Sunderland will up their chase for Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill if Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom rejects the move.
•Ryan Shawcross is baffled why Chelsea allowed Kurt Zouma to leave on loan as he rates his Stoke team-mate "the ultimate defender".
•Real Betis believe they are close to signing Arsenal's Jack Wilshere for free next summer.
•Arsenal are reportedly chasing Borussia Dortmund's in-demand chief scout Sven Mislintat to replace Steve Rowley.
DAILY STAR
•West Brom are close to sacking manager Tony Pulis.
•John O'Shea, Glenn Whelan, Jon Walters, Wes Hoolahan and Daryl Murphy are set to announce their Republic of Ireland retirement after failing to reach the World Cup finals.
DAILY EXPRESS
•Sergio Aguero is in line to play for Manchester City at Leicester on Saturday just days after his illness scare while away with Argentina.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Everton have failed with a £10m move for Watford manager Marco Silva.

DAILY MAIL
•Pep Guardiola is open to extending his Manchester City contract beyond 2019.
•Dele Alli's family have spoken to Jorge Mendes about signing the player to Gestifute next year.
DAILY MIRROR
•Jose Mourinho says he is bringing through young players at Manchester United and Scott McTominay is next on the list.
•Liverpool now rival Arsenal for the most expensive Premier League ticket.
•Everton have been forced to stick with David Unsworth after Sam Allardyce and Marco Silva said no to the role.
DAILY RECORD
•Former Rangers defender Henning Berg has applied for the managerial vacancy at Ibrox.
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Friday's Newspapers:
November 17 2017


THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United have no concerns that José Mourinho could leave next summer.

DAILY MIRROR
Liverpool have given the green light for a fresh January bid for Southampton's Virgil van Dijk.

Swansea boss Paul Clement is set for crunch talks with the club's American owners this weekend.

THE SUN
Jose Mourinho will not be quitting Manchester United for Paris Saint-Germain.


DAILY EXPRESS
Sporting Lisbon have told West Ham they could be open to offers of £28million for William Carvalho in January.

DAILY MAIL
Manchester United are confident Jose Mourinho will remain with the club in the long term.

Sunderland have turned their attentions to Chris Coleman after failing with an attempt to lure Michael O'Neill.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Manchester United believe Jose Mourinho is hungry to win them the Premier League and will not leave next summer.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
November 18 2017

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United will launch a new bid to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.

Roy Hodgson believes Wayne Rooney should still be playing for England.

Petr Cech admits he is frustrated at Arsenal's already failing Premier League title campaign.

THE SUN
Galatasaray have entered the race to sign Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini.

Chris Coleman will earn £750,000 per year as Sunderland boss after quitting Wales.

Riyad Mahrez insists he is happy at Leicester despite wanting to leave in the summer.

Brazil star Hulk claims he has the chance to move to the Premier League in January.

DAILY MAIL
Scott Parker says he is hoping to produce the Tottenham stars of tomorrow as Under-18s coach.

Bayern Munich appear to be closing in on an agreement for Hoffenheim striker Sandro Wagner.

Jurgen Klopp will give Dominic Solanke more chances at Liverpool.

Arsene Wenger says he will not publish a book about his time as Arsenal boss.

Antonio Conte says England boss Gareth Southgate left Danny Drinkwater open to criticism.

THE GUARDIAN
The end looks nigh for Tony Pulis at West Brom after the manager defended his record
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Sunday's Newspapers:
November 19 2017



SUNDAY MIRROR
Thierry Henry is the shock name on Wales' shortlist to replace Chris Coleman.

Manchester United are ready to offer Danny Rose an escape route out of Tottenham.

Brazil legend Ronaldinho believes Philippe Coutinho will be a huge hit at Barcelona.

Jose Mourinho will cost Paris Saint-Germain an eye-watering £30m if they want him this summer.

Manchester United are bracing themselves for another attempt by Real Madrid to land goalkeeper David de Gea.

Borussia Dortmund's Michael Zorc is in line to become Arsenal's new sporting director.

Michael O'Neill is the man West Brom want if they sack Tony Pulis.

Ronaldinho has predicted that a good World Cup for Harry Kane will spark a stampede among the world's biggest clubs.

Arsenal are set to poach Sporting Director Michael Zorc and chief scout Sven Mislintat from Borussia Dortmund.

Liverpool are competing with Chelsea and Arsenal to sign Brazilian winger Bernard from Shakhtar Donetsk.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Patrick van Aanholt is the shock name on Pep Guardiola's transfer hit-list.

West Ham are to give David Moyes a £30m transfer war chest in January as the new boss eyes William Carvalho and Hazam Barry.

Everton will offer Watford £12m in a third bid for boss Marco Silva.

Chelsea are ready to take on Tottenham in the race for Watford winger Richarlison.

Liverpool could face losing Under-17 World Cup winner Rhian Brewster as the striker could follow Jadon Sancho to Borussia Dortmund.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
FIFA are trying to arrange talks with whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov to obtain extra evidence that Russian footballers benefited from their nation's state-supported doping programme.

Gianluigi Buffon is still recovering from Italy's failure to qualify for the World Cup and won't play for Juventus at Sampdoria on Sunday.

Paris Saint-Germain face having to pay a record £20m compensation package for Jose Mourinho if they want to lure the Manchester United manager from Old Trafford in the summer.

Mauricio Pochettino insisted that Danny Rose's exclusion from the Tottenham squad for the north London derby was a matter of fitness after nine months out.

SUNDAY EXPRESS
Jose Mourinho is ready to enter the race to land Chelsea ace Willian if he leaves Stamford Bridge this winter.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo ripped into Los Blancos players after their 0-0 draw with Atletico Madrid.

Real Madrid plan to sign Atletico star Antoine Griezmann when Gareth Bale is sold.

THE OBSERVER
David Moyes has denied that taking over from Slaven Bilic at West Ham represents his last chance in football management.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Cristiano Ronaldo is fed up of life at Real Madrid as they dropped more points and Barcelona moved eight points clear in La Liga.

Manchester City will let on loan Joe Hart leave for a cut price fee of between £3m and £6m next summer.
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Monday's Newspapers


DAILY MIRROR
•Daniel Sturridge is ready to quit Liverpool in January to save his World Cup dream.
•Manchester City's Pep Guardiola could spark a tug-of-war for Virgil van Dijk after confirming he will target a new defender in January.
•Danny Rose is in line to return for Tottenham to face Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday night.
•Hugo Lloris has warned his Tottenham team-mates to forget the title and start worrying about finishing in this season's top four.
•Kevin De Bruyne has revealed Pep Guardiola has left Manchester City's former underachievers believing they can defeat anyone.
•Arsene Wenger has said Manchester City are unstoppable in this season's title race because their players are out of this world.
•Rafa Benitez says Paul Pogba has a long way to go before he can be viewed as a great player like Steven Gerrard.
•Arsenal's hopes of signing Besiktas midfielder Oguzhan Ozyakup have been hit by a rival bid from Everton.
DAILY EXPRESS
•Pep Guardiola will not allow any of his Manchester City stars to take things easy.
•Sheffield United midfielder David Brooks is being eyed by Liverpool and Tottenham.
•Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo discussed his own transfer plans with Antoine Griezmann after the Madrid derby, according to reports.
•Shkodran Mustafi has slammed Arsenal's critics after their Tottenham win.
•Barcelona have made an offer for Arsenal star Mesut Ozil as they aim to secure the player's signature, according to reports.
•Antonio Conte has been named as first choice to be the national manager by Italian Football Federation president Carlo Tavecchio.
DAILY STAR
•Jose Mourinho will be manager of Man United until at least 2020.
•Sunderland boss Chris Coleman is entitled to a £1m bonus if the club returns to the Premier League.
•Manchester City will battle Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea for Schalke star Leon Goretzka with Bayern Munich and Juventus also in the hunt.
THE INDEPENDENT
•Captain Gary Cahill hopes Chelsea's heavy Champions League defeat to Roma will be the shock to the system that galvanises their season.
•Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has dismissed speculation that he was set to join Inter Milan in the summer.
THE SUN
•Danny Rose is fuming at being left out of the Spurs squad for Saturday's north London derby defeat.
•Sam Johnstone is being eyed by West Brom - and could end his Aston Villa loan early.
TELEGRAPH
•Pep Guardiola has described John Stones' injury as a real, real problem while the pressure is now on Vincent Kompany to stay fit.
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