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Tuesday's Newspapers:
November 13, 2018


THE TIMES
•Manchester United players have begun to question Jose Mourinho over his reluctance to drop Nemanja Matic despite poor form.
•The FA is proposing a new Brexit plan which would ensure half of all Premier League squads are homegrown players.
•The Premier League could vote to introduce VAR next season at its shareholders meeting on Thursday.

THE SUN
•Jose Mourinho feels Manchester United will sack him if United do not finish in the top four - with the club eyeing Mauricio Pochettino as his replacement.
•Manchester City are lining-up a £50m move for Ajax's Frenkie de Jong despite potentially facing an investigation into their spending.
•West Ham's move for Samir Nasri is reportedly on the verge of collapse with concerns over the Frenchman's fitness.


DAILY EXPRESS
•Cesc Fabregas could face some form of action after footage showing him moving referee Kevin Friend's free-kick spray marking behind his back emerged on social media.
•Chelsea look set to have to pay out another £11m to Antonio Conte after Real Madrid announced Santiago Solari would be their manager for the rest of the season.

DAILY MAIL
•Borussia Dortmund are ramping up their scouting network in the UK to discover more undervalued talent like Jadon Sancho.


DAILY MIRROR
•Samir Nasri's move to West Ham is being held up over fitness concerns with West Ham likely to make a decision this week.

DAILY RECORD
•Rangers are set to escape with a UEFA warning after being late for kick-off against Spartak Moscow in Russia.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Manchester United have begun talks over a new contract with midfield duo Juan Mata and Ander Herrera.
•Senior England players have given Wayne Rooney the green light to wear the captain's armband against USA on Thursday.
•Jose Mourinho is prepared to cash in on Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly in order to bring in either Toby Alderweireld or Inter's Milan Skriniar in January.
•Manchester United fear they will not be able to sell Alexis Sanchez despite the player's desire to leave Old Trafford.


THE GUARDIAN
•Kevin De Bruyne is on track to return from his knee injury on December 4 despite initially being ruled out for six weeks.

THE INDEPENDENT
•Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson believes his role is more difficult than the club's forward players
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
November 14, 2018



THE SUN

Liverpool are ready to spend £85m to sign Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele in January - Jurgen Klopp was his landlord when he was in Dortmund.
Tottenham are to offer £35m to sign Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella as a replacement for the injury-plagued Mousa Dembele.
Arsenal face competition from Real Madrid in their pursuit of Espanyol defender Mario Hermaso - who is regarded as one of the hottest prospects in La Liga.
Borussia Dortmund and Marseille are both keen to sign Arsenal's 17-year-old English midfielder Ben Cottrell.
Arsenal are keeping tabs on Atalanta centre-back Gianluca Mancini by sending scouts to watch the player in action over the next few weeks.
Olivier Giroud could be on the verge of a move to Marseille just a year after joining Chelsea from Arsenal.
THE TIMES

UEFA will meet this week to tackle the issue of clubs in the Champions League charging away fans up to three times as much as home fans for tickets.
A legal dispute between West Ham and the company that manages the former Olympic stadium will be the first appeal hearing to be live-streamed on YouTube.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

A five-figure bet was placed on Daniel Sturridge leaving Liverpool for Inter Milan during the period the Liverpool striker is being investigated for allegedly breaching betting rules.
The RFU are locked in a war of words over its financial management following claims by former chief executive Francis Baron that the governing body is in a perilous financial position, despite record revenues.
DAILY MIRROR

The FA held a lecture for key England staff labelled 'Generation Z' which discussed how to manage the youngest group of players in the squad.
Colombian Juan Sebstian Quintero, who plays for Deportivo Cali, says he survived an assassination attempt claiming one of his team's own fans shot at him at point-blank range.
DAILY MAIL

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is to voice the Green Goblin in the French version of a new Spider-Man film.
Tyson Fury's father has been refused entry to the United States due to a criminal conviction and won't be able to be in his son's corner when he fights Deontay Wilder.
Mo Farah has been re-instated to British Athletics' World Class Programme for 2018/19 as he attempts to run the Olympic Marathon at Tokyo 2020.
DAILY STAR

Alexis Sanchez saw Jose Mourinho's decision to bench him for the Manchester Derby as the final straw and will attempt to force a January exit.
Rafa Benitez has told Isaac Hayden he can still rescue his Toon career despite being intent on quitting Newcastle in the summer.
SCOTTISH SUN

Niall McGinn has revealed how Celtic missed out on their chance to sign Everton star Seamus Coleman after a trial in 2009.
The INDEPENDENT

Jose Mourinho is set for more transfer frustration in January as Manchester United currently look unlikely to sign anyone in the mid-season window.
DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United's plans to sign Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar have been dealt a blow as his agent says he's in talks to stay at the San Siro.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
November 15, 2018


Roma are looking at Ashley Young while his Man Utd team-mate Chris Smalling is wanted by Everton - all in today's newspapers.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsene Wenger, Leonardo Jardim and Andre Villas-Boas turned down the chance to manage Fulham before they appointed Claudio Ranieri.
THE SUN

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is wanted by Everton on a free transfer when his deal runs out next summer.
Roma are tracking Ashley Young and ready to make a bid for the Manchester United star in January.
DAILY MAIL

Aidy Boothroyd will embark on a series of visits to leading Premier League clubs to iron out potential issues ahead of next summer's U21 European Championships.
Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland will enter into a tug-of-war over defender Jimmy Dunne.
DAILY STAR

Chelsea have been backed to sign Inter Milan star Mauro Icardi by Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
THE GUARDIAN

Chelsea are to reward their captain, Gary Cahill, for six years of fine service with a loan in January to secure more regular first-team football in a move which will effectively bring the curtain down on his career at Stamford Bridge.
SCOTTISH SUN

England legend Gary Lineker has revealed he was once offered a trial by Celtic.
Ann Budge has revealed mystery benefactors have handed Hearts £1m towards player wages.
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Friday's Newspapers:
November 16, 2018


Manchester United want Diego Godin but must pay more than £53million for Milan Skriniar


DAILY STAR

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is lining up a £20m deal for Atletico Madrid ace Diego Godin.


THE SUN

Bayern Munich have sounded out Zinedine Zidane as their new boss to replace Niko Kovac in a major blow to Manchester United.

Manchester United have been told they need to dig deeper to land Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, having had a £53m offer rejected.

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has received specialist treatment in Belgium for his hamstring injury.

Chelsea and Arsenal have joined the race to sign Brazilian full-back Emerson.

Manchester City are keen on Real Betis left-back Junior Firpo.


THE TIMES

Alexis Sanchez's arrival at Manchester United has contributed to a 10 per cent rise in the club's wage bill.


DAILY MAIL

Gordon Taylor has ignited a civil war at the Professional Footballers' Association after trying to oust his own chairman in a bitter power struggle.


DAILY EXPRESS

Leigh Griffiths has given Celtic a massive boost by returning to training.


SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers youngster Aidan McAdams insists he had no problems crossing the Old Firm divide, having joined from Celtic last year.

Ricky Sbragia has tipped Scott McTominay to be Scotland's midfield enforcer for the next decade.

Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke has revealed the first conversation he had with Kris Boyd was to convince him not to quit football.

Former Aberdeen midfielder Nicky Low is training with Greenock Morton.


DAILY RECORD

Rangers are refusing to back down in their battle with the SFA over the Daniel Candeias red card saga.

Former Celtic winger Patrick Roberts has revealed he plans to stay with Girona despite speculation linking him with a return to parent club Manchester City.

Aberdeen director Dave Cormack has revealed his ambitious blueprint to help make the Dons a smash-hit in the USA.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
November 17, 2018




DAILY MAIL

Chelsea look to have won the battle to sign 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund prospect Christian Pulisic.

Manchester United have complained to police and rivals Manchester City after flares were hurled into the away end at last Sunday's derby.

Claudio Ranieri blew Fulham away with a detailed dossier of the club's failing squad during his interview for the manager's job.

Gordon Taylor is facing the first serious challenge to his authority at the Professional Footballers' Association as questions mount over whether his role as chief executive has ever been put to a vote in his 37 years in charge, in possible contravention of trade union rules.

THE TIMES

Manchester City are the latest Premier League club facing a potential FIFA transfer ban over their recruitment policy for international youngsters.

A £2m payday is on the cards for England in Sunday's UEFA Nations League clash with Croatia if they can secure a semi-final berth.

THE SUN

Andre Villas-Boas has claimed the Tottenham board "destroyed everything we'd created" in a damning interview that will be seen as directed at the club's chairman Daniel Levy.

A proposed bucket collection for Wayne Rooney's charity at his final England game against the United States on Thursday failed to take place.

THE TIMES

Tottenham have been warned that they may not be able to play at their new stadium until March because of continuing issues with the site.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal will go head to head with Barcelona in a battle to sign Polish starlet Sebastian Walukiewicz.

Wolves are lining up a £20m January offer for Liverpool winger Divock Origi, who has only made one appearance this season so far.

QPR are facing competition from Nottingham Forest, Norwich City and MLS clubs to keep hold of Angel Rangel, whose short-term deal only runs until January.

Brighton coach Liam Rosenior is a target for the Republic of Ireland, who want the defender to join their staff with the U21s.

Galatasaray are keen on in-form Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki.

DAILY EXPRESS

Barcelona have dismissed talk of Ousmane Dembele leaving the club.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea are continuing to pursue Maurizio Sarri's favoured right-back Elseid Hysaj.

Michy Batshuayi has played down talk he will return to Chelsea early from his loan spell with Valencia.

Arsenal youngster Julio Pleguezuelo has revealed he has offers to return to Spain if he decides to leave the Gunners.

DAILY RECORD

Scott Brown has told he can become as big a star in Australia's A-League as Wayne Rooney is in MLS by the man who wants to take the Celtic midfielder to a proposed new Western Melbourne franchise.

Swedish outfit AIK want to bring Mikael Lustig back to his homeland at the end of his Celtic contract.

Derby's Scotland midfielder Craig Forsyth is set to miss the remainder of the season with a cruciate ligament injury in his left knee.

Former Aberdeen midfielder Nicky Low says a Scottish Premiership club have offered him a contract.

SCOTTISH SUN

Martin Skrtel is still a target for Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, according to reports in Turkey.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
November 18, 2018


Manchester City are close to sealing a £61million deal for Ajax star Frenkie De Jong - according to the Sunday Mirror.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester City have blown the competition out of the water and are close to sealing a £61million deal for Ajax star Frenkie De Jong.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is determined to win a £70million battle with Chelsea for USA sensation Christian Pulisic.

Liverpool's hopes of signing £60million Dutch teenager Matthijs de Ligt have been sabotaged - with the Ajax defender bound for Barcelona.


MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester City are planning to increase the capacity of the Etihad Stadium to 63,000 and have met fans to discuss the future development.

Paris Saint-Germain are the latest club to show interest in Manchester United defender Eric Bailly.

Manchester United are discussing a new role for former player Patrice Evra at the club.

Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are all chasing Brazilian wonderkid Bruno Roberto.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester United duo Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial are due to be available for selection against Crystal Palace.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants to sign West Ham starlet Declan Rice.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Eric Bailly is set for talks over his Manchester United future - just two years after his £30million switch from Villarreal.

Manchester United are reportedly waiting on Jose Mourinho's future before appointing a technical director.
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