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Sunday's Newspapers:
14th April 2019


Manchester United have made Christian Eriksen their big summer target according to today's back pages - get all the latest transfer gossip here.


DAILY MIRROR
Christian Eriksen is a high priority summer target for Manchester United.
Manchester United are ready to make Paul Pogba club captain in a bid to show the French midfielder how much they value him.
Chelsea are tracking Borussia Dortmund's Alexander Isak, the teenage Swedish striker being hailed as the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United will have to pay an eye-watering £110m if they want to sign Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first-choice central defender Napoli's Kalidou Kouibaly.
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has emerged as a shock transfer target for Italian giants Inter Milan.
Michy Batshuayi could return to Borussia Dortmund this summer if they can match Chelsea's £40m valuation.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld is being eyed by a host of Premier League clubs - including bitter rivals Arsenal.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is considering a reunion with Daniel Sturridge this summer.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Chelsea have held talks with three interested parties over the potential £2.5bn sale of the club.
Chelsea target Callum Wilson has dismissed reports that he wants to leave Bournemouth this summer.
The victims of predator Barry Bennell will receive a maximum £100,000 pay-out under Manchester City's compensation scheme and have been told the club are not admitting blame by settling with them.

DAILY RECORD
Celtic legend Frank McAvennie reckons Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should try to snap up Kieran Tierney for Manchester United.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Swansea boss Graham Potter is a shock contender for the Celtic job.
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Monday's Newspapers:
15th April 2019


DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United are keeping close tabs on Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.

DAILY STAR
Tottenham are tracking Osijek FC keeper Marko Malenica as manager Mauricio Pochettino prepares to shuffle his options between the posts.
A new business consortium backed by European money are ready to offer to buy Huddersfield Town in a £50m deal.

THE SUN
Chelsea will compete with Real Madrid in the race for Borussia Dortmund's 19-year-old Swedish striker Alexander Isak.

DAILY MAIL
Joey Barton faces an anxious wait to see if Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel will press charges against him following allegations of a tunnel bust-up at Oakwell.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel was said to be undergoing emergency dental treatment on Sunday after police launched an assault investigation into an alleged tunnel brawl with Joey Barton.

THE INDEPENDENT
Manuel Pellegrini hopes to emulate his success at Villarreal with West Ham and took heart from his side's performance in defeat at Old Trafford on Saturday.

SCOTTISH SUN
Arthur Numan reckons clubs will think twice before signing Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos.


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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says the club could sell valuable players during the summer. The Frenchman wants to make big changes to his squad after a disappointing La Liga season. (Sky Sports)
Bayern Munich are interested in Roma's 19-year-old Italy midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo. (Bild - in German)
Lille president Gerard Lopez says 23-year-old Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe, of interest to Manchester United, will leave the French club in the summer. (Manchester Evening News)
Leicester have taken three non-league teenagers on trial to help develop the team in the future. Guiseley midfielder Dylan Barkers, Hastings Uniteddefender Jamie Fielding and Hastings midfielder Adam Lovatt have all joined the club. (Leicester Mercury)
Representatives from Manchester United, Juventus and Paris St-Germain were at Aves to watch Sporting Lisbon's 24-year-old midfielder Bruno Fernandes. (A Bola)
Arsenal want to sign Tottenham's Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld. (Talksport)
Argentina striker Mauro Icardi is set to leave Inter Milan this summer. The 26-year-old could make a £52m move to Real Madrid. (AS)
Liverpool and Bayern Munich target Timo Werner will not sign a new contract with RB Leipzig. The striker is out of contract at the Bundesliga club at the end of the season.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
16th April 2019



Manchester United and England striker Marcus Rashford being linked with a move to Spain.



DAILY MIRROR
Barcelona want to sign Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford this summer in a stunning £100m deal.
Arsenal are reportedly considering triggering a buy-back clause in the contract of Ismael Bennacer.


THE SUN
Manchester United have told Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola Real Madrid will have to splash £130m if they want to land the France midfielder this summer.
Arsenal and Manchester United are battling it out for Ajax's young strike-ace David Neres Campos.
Manchester United are set to compete with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain for the signature of Sporting Lisbon star Bruno Fernandes, according to reports.
Manchester United are prepared to pay a £31m release clause to sign Roma and Greece defender Kostas Manolas,
Watford defender Sebastian Prodl says his career is being "splattered" by Javi Gracia and hints he will have to leave if the manager stays beyond this season.
Former Arsenal and France midfielder Patrick Vieira is a candidate for the Lyon job. The 42-year-old is currently managing Nice.


DAILY MAIL
Shinji Okazaki is set to leave Leicester when his contract runs out at the end of the season in another departure from the side that won the Premier League.
Tottenham will return to London immediately after Wednesday's crunch Champions League clash against Manchester City - despite playing at the Etihad Stadium again just 64 hours later.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson is demanding an English Football League investigation into the financial conduct of three Championship rivals.


THE INDEPENDENT
Southampton midfielder Jody Clasie's future at the club is in doubt. The Dutchman is on loan at Feyenoord and was expected to join them permanently, but has had an argument with manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst.


SCOTTISH SUN
Motherwell defender Tom Aldred could be set for a stunning move to India, with Mumbai City and Kerala Blasters keen.
Derby boss Frank Lampard has confirmed his interest in Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie.


DAILY RECORD
Chelsea have included Javi Gracia on a shortlist of candidates to replace Maurizio Sarri as the English Premier League club's 'head coach'.
Aberdeen and Hibs reportedly sent scouts on spying missions to Greece and Portugal over the weekend.



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Real Madrid have two transfer plans - one that includes signing Chelsea and Belgium forward Eden Hazard and a "luxury" plan that includes bringing Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Liverpool's Senegal forward Sadio Mane to the club.
Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho could be a target for Chelsea if their transfer ban is lifted this summer, but the Brazilian has ruled out a move to Manchester United.
Newcastle United hope to come to an agreement with manager Rafael Benitez about a contract extension within the next two weeks. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Inter Milan are interested in signing Manchester City's German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan. (Tuttosport,)
Juventus officials will meet with Benfica on Tuesday to discuss the transfer of 19-year-old forward Joao Felix, who wants to play alongside fellow Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo. (AS)
Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle says he can see himself playing for West Brom next season, where the Englishman is currently on loan. (Shields Gazette)
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
17th April 2019


the sun

Mauricio Pochettino's pulling power has given Tottenham the edge in the race for Ryan Sessegnon.
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan will seek assurances over regular first-team football before commiting his future to a new contract.
Matt Ritchie has been told he can leave Newcastle this summer after having his request for a new deal rejected.
Paris Saint-Germain are plotting another bid for Manchester City target Julian Weigl - with Borussia Dortmund holding out for a £22m fee.
Arsenal fans are set to be guarded by 800 cops during their Europea League clash in Naples amid fears about football hooligans in the notorious Italian city.
Premier League clubs are in talks about a groundbreaking deal to use kids' shirts to help campaign against childhood obesity.
Formula One chiefs are in talks to stage another Grand Prix in China.
Eoin Morgan has calmed England fears by insisting Jofra Archer will not upset the team's big stars if he plays in the World Cup.


daily mirror

Arsenal are considering triggering a buy-back clause in the contract of Ismael Bennacer.
Chelsea are ready to return to Eden Hazard's former club Lille for his replacement - Nicolas Pepe.
Denis Suarez's agent has admitted that the midfielder's loan spell with Arsenal 'hasn't been his best' - and a summer switch to Napoli could be on the horizon.


daily mail

Manchester United head of academy Nicky Butt was arrested on suspicion of alleged assault on Tuesday evening.
Police have now made contact with Fleetwood Town following allegations that their manager Joey Barton assaulted his Barnsley counterpart Daniel Stendel.
Steve Cram may be forced to quit his role as a commentator if he wants to become the new chairman of UK Athletics.
England Netball face questions over their anti-doping commitments after figures showed no in-competititon tests have been carried out in the Superleague for five years.


daily star

Arsenal are reportedly favourites to sign Barcelona defender Samuel Umititi amid rival interest from Manchester United.
Newcastle are the latest club to run the rule over Burnley teenager Dwight McNeil.



THE HERALD

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is closing in on a move for Aberdeen forward Greg Stewart and he could add further Premiership experience to his squad with deals for John Souttar and Jake Hastie.


the independent

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has told the club to sell 29-year-old Wales winger Gareth Bale - even if it loses them money.


daily record

Kilmarnock chief Billy Bowie has promised to half ticket allocations at Rugby Park for Celtic and Rangers fans following frustrations over fan behaviour.
Celtic hero Billy McNeill will be awarded the One Club Man Award by Spanish side Athletic Bilbao.


the times

Rafa Benitez has not recieved any response from Newcastle three weeks after declaring his desire to take the club to the next step.
Italian city Turin is in line to replace London as the home of tennis' ATP World Tour Finals.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
18th April 2019

Real Madrid are plotting to land Eden Hazard and Paul Pogba in a dream double swoop this summer, according to one paper today.

THE SUN
Real Madrid are stepping up their bid to land Eden Hazard and Paul Pogba in a dream double swoop this summer.
Arsenal target Joan Jordan could be available for £12m this summer because of a release clause in his contract with Eibar.
Watford's Etienne Capoue faces a lengthy driving ban and a fine of £70,000 after being clocked driving 116mph on the M25 in his Mercedes.

DAILY MIRROR
Tottenham are plotting summer moves for Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez and Lazio defender Luiz Felipe.

DAILY MAIL
Marcus Rashford is stalling over a new deal at Manchester United with his camp believing interest from Barcelona has played into their hands in negotiations.
Newcastle are exploring a possible swap deal with Bournemouth that would see them sign Ryan Fraser in exchange for Matt Ritchie plus cash.
Zenit St Petersburg have talked with Mateo Kovacic's representatives as questions over his, and Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri's, future at Stamford Bridge continue.
Plans to rebrand the Football Association by changing its name to the English FA have been shelved.
Bayern Munich are ready to loan out Renato Sanches again in the summer despite some impressive first-team appearances this season.

DAILY STAR
Tottenham have given up their pursuit of Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt because the youngster appears set to join Barcelona.

SCOTTISH SUN
Willy Sagnol, most recently on the coaching staff at Bayern Munich, will apply for the Celtic manager's job if it is becomes available in the summer.
Rangers have brought their former chief scout Ewan Chester back to the club.

DAILY RECORD
Timothy Weah will plead with USA national team bosses to let him stay at Celtic in May and delay linking up with their U20 World Cup squad so he can play in the Scottish Cup final.
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