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Saturday's Newspapers
3rd November 2018


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England's top-five clubs have secretly agreed to form a breakaway European Super League.
Manchester City threatened to sue UEFA in order to stop them being expelled from the Champions League.
Manchester United are willing to accept a knockdown price for contract rebel Ander Herrera in January.
Glenn Hoddle is facing the prospect of triple heart bypass surgery.


daily express

Cardiff City will display a solidarity banner following the death of Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.


the guardian

Leicester manager Claude Puel has told his players that any of them may opt out of the Cardiff game if they wish.
Everton boss Marco Silva has admitted his strikers need more coaching in a bid to find attacking balance.
Jurgen Klopp believes this season's exciting Premier League title race will go right to the wire.


daily telegraph

Manchester City are looking at Lyon's Tanguy Ndombele as a long-term replacement for Fernandinho.
Chelsea hope Real Madrid's managerial uncertainty can help them keep hold of Eden Hazard.


daily mail

Manchester City hid £30m from UEFA FFP investigators, leaked documents have revealed.
Bernd Leno is set to win the race to play for Arsenal against Liverpool ahead of Petr Cech.
England's second Test in Sri Lanka is to remain in Kandy after fans were offered a sweetener to switch hotels.


daily mirror

David de Gea is said to have been surprised by Jose Mourinho's comments about his Manchester United future.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
November 04, 2018




SUNDAY MIRROR
Manchester United's efforts to tie Anthony Martial and David De Gea to new deals are being hampered by agents using Alexis Sanchez's huge wages as a guide in negotiations.
Jose Mourinho understands his job will be in jeopardy if Manchester United do not qualify for the knockout rounds of the Champions League.
Chelsea face a race to sign midfielder Joao Felix after his current club Benfica offered him a contract with a £105m release clause.
Middlesbrough have opened talks with Everton about signing Mo Besic on a permanent deal.
Wolves, Crystal Palace and Southampton are on high alert as Leeds United striker Kemar Roofe has stalled on signing a new deal.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Wayne Rooney will be included in Gareth Southgate's England squad and is set to captain the side against USA at Wembley.
Chelsea and Manchester City are battling to sign Sunderland teenager Bali Mumba.
Roy Hodgson made a last-ditch effort to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea during the summer.
Everton are to make an offer to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace and are prepared to offer Ademola Lookman as part of the deal.

DAILY RECORD
Steven Gerrard says he is frustrated by teams in the Premiership and their refusal to play with 'ambition' against his Rangers side.
DAILY STAR
Tottenham are eyeing Boca Juniors midfielder Wilmar Barrios, but are concerned they will be dragged into a bidding war by Real Madrid.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Tottenham's academy chief John McDermott, Liverpool academy director Alex Inglethorpe and Les Ferdinand are candidates to replace Dan Ashworth as the FA's technical director.
Manchester United say Nemanja Matic chose not to wear a poppy on his shirt against Bournemouth for 'personal reasons'.
West Ham are weighing up a loan move for Fulham flop Kostas Mitroglou, who is currently with Marseille.
SCOTTISH SUN
Brendan Rodgers insists he has not given up hope of convincing Dedryck Boyata to stay at Celtic, despite his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Steven Gerrard has demanded life bans for the fans who threw coins at Alfredo Morelos in the game against St Mirren.
St Mirren chief Tony Fitzpatrick says the club will find and ban the fan who threw a coin at Alfredo Morelos.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Pep Guardiola has denied claims that Manchester City 'tactically foul' opponents, saying he would never tell his team to do so.
The UK government would oppose any potential 'European Super League', as they feel it would threaten the 'culture of sport in England'.
SUNDAY EXPRESS
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set for a move to Bayern Munich after the Bundesliga side expressed an interest in signing him for free in the summer.
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Monday's Newspapers:
November 05, 2018



DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jurgen Klopp is seriously considering leaving Xherdan Shaqiri out of the squad that travels to play Red Star Belgrade as he is likely to receive a hostile reception.

THE SUN

Chelsea and Manchester City are battling to sign Sunderland's teen sensation Bali Mumba after he impressed their scouts.

Manchester United are considering approaching Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs over using their Hotel Football as a base before home matches in a bid to avoid being late for games.

Brighton supremo Paul Barber is the favourite to succeed Martin Glenn as chief executive of the FA after being headhunted for the role.

DAILY MAIL

Everton want to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka as a replacement for Seamus Coleman, and Crystal Palace could be tempted to sell if the Toffees include Ademola Lookman as part of the deal.

David Wagner has received assurances from the Huddersfield board that he will not be sacked, even if they are relegated.


DAILY MIRROR

England's record cap-holder Peter Shilton has slammed the decision to award Wayne Rooney with an England farewell, accusing the FA of 'giving caps away'.

Granit Xhaka has revealed Arsenal's players are convinced they will finish in the top four this season.

DAILY RECORD

Gordon Strachan is among the favourites to replace Mark Hughes at Southampton if the Welshman gets sacked.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
November 06, 2018


THE SUN

Mauricio Pochettino has told Real Madrid to forget it - again - as he is staying at Tottenham.

Manchester United will hold talks with Hotel Football in a bid to solve their Champions League home travel woes.

Boca Juniors and River Plate have agreed to ban away fans from both legs of the Copa Libertadores final.

Everton are leading the chase for former Manchester City striker Godsway Donyoh.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United are among those leading European clubs who have been urging most caution over the potential formation of a new European Super League.

Gareth Southgate is considering whether to risk upsetting Raheem Sterling by allowing Wayne Rooney to wear the England No 10 shirt for the forward's farewell game against the United States.

THE TIMES

FIFA chiefs are set to claim that a revamped Club World Cup would lead to the threat of a breakaway European Super League receding.

The FA will not pass on any of the gate receipts from Wayne Rooney's final England appearance to his foundation and nor does it plan to donate any fixed sum despite the match being named after his charity.

DAILY EXPRESS

Mark Hughes is fighting for his job at Southampton and could be ousted if his team fail to beat Watford at St Mary's on Saturday.


DAILY MAIL

Harry Maguire will undergo a scan on his injured knee upon returning to England from Thailand on Tuesday, with the defender a major doubt for Leicester's emotional home game against Burnley.

DAILY MIRROR

Alvaro Morata has claimed fame and fortune offered no respite from his mental suffering during his troubled first season at Chelsea.

Harry Redknapp has joined the cast expressing reservations about Wayne Rooney's sentimental encore with England.

SCOTTISH SUN

Ryan Christie is poised to agree a new long-term deal at Celtic.

Cameroon are set to make a bid to poach Celtic star Olivier Ntcham from France.

Rangers star Alfredo Morelos can score 30 goals this season if he improves his self-discipline, says Gers legend Ally McCoist.

DAILY RECORD

Scottish football is set for crisis talks in an urgent bid to crack down on hooligans who are shaming the game.

Former Hibernian winger Kevin Harper is in the running for the vacant manager's job at Albion Rovers.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
November 07, 2018


THE SUN

Crystal Palace are weighing up a £10m New Year's bid for Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck.
Watford are interested in Iran full-back Milad Mohammadi.
Eddie Howe is eyeing a move for Manchester City youngster Lukas Nmecha.

THE TIMES

Wayne Rooney originally requested England's World Cup warm-up game against Nigeria at Wembley as his tribute game.

DAILY MAIL

Wayne Rooney's controversial return to the England team is detailed in a 40-page FA communications document that is at the centre of the confusion surrounding his appearance against the USA next week.
David Silva will take an honorary kick-off as Spain's special guest during their friendly with Bosnia later this month.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will be backed again in the January transfer market, with the club hoping to make at least four signings.

DAILY MIRROR

Maurizio Sarri has slammed the door on a West Ham move to take Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan.
Manchester City have begun keeping close tabs on Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Callum Wilson is being eyed by Chelsea after a fine start to the season with Bournemouth.
Inter Milan are keen on Manchester United contract rebel Anthony Martial.
Issa Diop insists he is happy at West Ham despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain.

SCOTTISH SUN

Matt Ritchie has become the third Premier League player to snub Scotland for the sake of his club career.
Celtic have stepped up their pursuit of Iran World Cup star Milad Mohammadi as Watford get set to move in.
Steven Gerrard has revealed his Rangers stars held clear-the-air talks after a nightmare week at Ibrox.
Rangers are ready to spend as much as £1.5m on a new hybrid playing surface at Ibrox.
Max Lowe wants Derby County boss Frank Lampard to extend his Aberdeen loan deal until the end of the season.
Former Rangers star Andy Little has announced his retirement from football at the age of 29.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
November 08, 2018


Anthony Martial looks to have played his way to a bumper new Manchester United contract say today's papers.

THE SUN

Manchester United are preparing to offer Anthony Martial a new contract worth £45m a year including bonuses.
Romelu Lukaku is training alone in order to recover from a hamstring problem in time for Sunday's Manchester derby.
PSV Eindhoven forward Hirving Lozano has named Manchester United and Barcelona as his preferred destinations if he were to leave his current club.
Nicolas Pepe has hinted he is ready to leave Lille sparking a potential move to Arsenal who are interested in the winger.
DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp held an inquest at Melwood on Wednesday following the disappointing 2-0 loss to Red Star Belgrade.
DAILY MAIL

Fulham will consider hiring Scott Parker if Slavisa Jokanovic is sacked as manager following their poor start to the season.
Inter Milan will not consider bids of less than £100m for Manchester United target Milan Skriniar.
DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will block West Ham's approach to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan in January.
Manchester United are interested in signing Sampdoria's 22-year-old Danish defender Joachim Andersen.
DAILY RECORD

The SFA reached a decision on Daniel Candeias' red card appeal on Wednesday evening but will not release their verdict until Thursday.
DAILY STAR

Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte is being left out of Didier Deschamps' France squads because he is regarded as a 'loner'.
Arsenal are keeping an eye on Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia ahead of a January offer because they believe he is unhappy at the Serie A club.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester City ignored warnings from their own staff when agreeing a sponsorship deal with a construction company accused of mistreating migrant workers.
Premier League clubs have begun voicing their frustrations over Tottenham's ongoing stadium delays.
THE TIMES

Javi Gracia has agreed a new three-year contract at Watford.
Mousa Dembele could be out for about six weeks with an ankle injury that he suffered in Tottenham's 3-2 win at Wolves last Saturday.
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Friday's Newspapers:
November 09, 2018



THE SUN
Maurizio Sarri has asked Chelsea to make a £35m bid for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.
Arsenal have scouted Bahia's Brazilian midfielder Ramires six times with Gunners director of football Raul Sanllehi working on a move.
Watford have agreed a deal to sign 17-year-old Brazilian striker Joao Pedro from Fluminense.



DAILY EXPRESS
Juventus have accepted they will not be able to sign Anthony Martial from Manchester United and have turned their attention to Dortmund's Jadon Sancho.



DAILY MAIL
Juan Mata is hoping to receive a contract offer from Manchester United but will choose to remain in the Premier League if he does have to leave on a free in the summer.
Alexis Sanchez suffered a thigh injury in Wednesday's win against Juventus and is a doubt to face Manchester City on Sunday.

DAILY MIRROR
Paul Pogba missed Manchester United's flight back from Turin following their 2-1 win over Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Manchester City are tracking 14-year-old Fernando Ovelar who is already playing in Paraguay's top flight for Cerro Porteno.
West Ham and Everton are weighing up a move for former Manchester City and Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri after his 18-month suspension ended this week.


DAILY STAR
Liverpool have contacted Sevilla to strike a January deal for left-back Alberto Moreno.
Chelsea have identified Nabil Fekir, who was heavily linked with Liverpool last summer, as a potential replacement for Eden Hazard if he were to leave.


THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic held advanced talks with Anderlecht midfielder Adrien Trebel over the summer but the SPFL side did not want to meet his £10m valuation.
Hearts are confident Steven Naismith and Christophe Berra will return early from their long-term injuries.


THE INDEPENDENT
Athletic Bilbao are ready to negotiate a contract for Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente, who is out of contract this summer.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
10th Nov 2018


the sun

Aaron Ramsey is a transfer target for Chinese Super League clubs and would be in line for a lucrative contract if he were to leave Arsenal on a free.
Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian is a January transfer target for Inter Milan and Roma.
Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt will reject interest from Manchester City and Barcelona for Juventus.
Huddersfield want Burnley's out-of-favour goalkeeper Tom Heaton to help them in their fight against relegation.
Manchester United fan Callum Wilson is delighted to earn his first England cap alongside the club's record goalscorer Wayne Rooney.


the times

Alexis Sanchez wants to leave Manchester United for PSG because he does not get on with his team-mates and does not like Jose Mourinho's management style.


daily express

Manchester United's chief executive Ed Woodward will reference the 2-1 win over Juventus in a planned meeting to impress club investors.


daily mail

Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Benjamin Mendy will all fly to Paris together on Sunday evening after the Manchester derby to attend a a friend's birthday party.
Marouane Fellaini will be left out of Belgium's upcoming squad after Roberto Martinez agreed with United to rest him.
Former Arsenal and Man City midfielder Samir Nasri wants £5m-a-year in wages in order to sign for West Ham.
Arsenal fear Danny Welbeck could be out for the rest of the season with the ankle injury he suffered on Thursday night.


daily mirror

Nice manager Patrick Vieira wants to sign Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet in January.


daily star

Chelsea are set to be priced out of a move for Inter Milan star Mauro Icardi who is valued at £90m by the Serie A side.


daily telegraph

The RFU will receive a record total revenue of close to £15m from England v New Zealand in what is expected to be the most lucrative Test match outside a World Cup.


the guardian

Everton defender Yerry Mina has blamed reports linking him with Manchester United over the summer on his agent.


the independent
Frank Lampard and John Terry have paused their regular phone conversations this week ahead of Derby's game against Aston Villa.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
11th November 2018


SUN ON SUNDAY

Liverpool are prepared to loan out Dominic Solanke with Crystal Palace and West Ham keen.
Arsenal have stepped up their pursuit of Lille winger Nicolas Pepe.
Lewis Hamilton says he wants to boost British kids by building a school and becoming a father.


Sunday Telegraph

The Premier League insists it will investigate if Man City have broken FFP.
Wayne Rooney is expected to clarify this week that he is happy to play just a small part in England's game against USA.


Mail on Sunday

Manchester City would have made a significant loss last season if not for cash linked to owner Sheik Monsour.
Manchester United still use scouts who arrived under former bosses Louis Van Gaal and David Moyes.


Sunday Express

West Ham may wait for Manuel Pellegrini's blessing before offering Javier Hernandez to other clubs.
Sunday Mirror
Pep Guardiola played a key role in helping Raheem Sterling secure his new £300,000-per-week contract.

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Monday's Newspapers:
November 12, 2018


THE SUN

Porto midfielder Yacine Brahimi is wanted by three Premier League clubs - Newcastle, West Ham and Everton.
Gylfi Sigurdsson was pictured leaving Stamford Bridge wearing a protective boot after the Everton star picked up an unknown knock.
DAILY MAIL

Manchester City look like beating rivals United to the £50m signing of Ajax's Frenkie De Jong in the summer.
The FA is investigating claims of racism against the sacked Southampton technical director Martin Hunter.
Scotland have handed Hamburg defender Bates a maiden call-up as Alex McLeish replenishes his depleted squad.
Swindon are likely to turn to Richie Wellens after sacking first-team manager Phil Brown.
DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal boss Unai Emery admits Danny Welbeck could be out for the rest of the season with his ankle injury, so could look for new signings in January.
THE MIRROR

Kyle Walker quickly deleted a tweet mocking Manchester United shortly after Man City's derby day victory.
Tottenham's Juan Foyth has revealed that Rio Ferdinand was his boyhood footballing hero.
Bayern Munich have admitted winger Franck Ribery was involved in an altercation with a journalist after his side's defeat by Borussia Dortmund.
Marco Silva laughed off a bust-up between Antonio Rudiger and Bernard as an embarrassing mismatch.
Salomon Rondon has laughed off comparisons to Alan Shearer at Newcastle.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tottenham will continue to play at Wembley for the rest of the season but attendances will be capped at 51,000
DAILY STAR

Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Vidic has admitted he would like to become manager of the club one day.
DAILY RECORD

Steven Gerrard insists Rangers star Connor Goldson's chest issue is not linked to his previous heart condition.
Dolly Menga faces trial by TV after the Livingston striker's 'headbutt' on Ryan Christie was missed by referee Kevin Clancy.
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