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Wednesday's Newspapers
April 19 2017


DAILY MAIL

Manchester United are set to offer Ander Herrera a new £120,000-a-week deal.

Arsenal summer transfer target Sead Kolasinac has been told that Arsene Wenger will stay on as manager next season.

THE SUN

David Ospina wants to quit Arsenal this summer, with Turkish club Fenerbahce leading the race to sign him. That could see Wojciech Szczesny return to the Emirates after his loan spell at Roma.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal have already begun their rebuilding plans for next season - and are making it clear Arsene Wenger will be in charge.

Jose Mourinho has joined the queue of clubs for Burnley and England defender Michael Keane, less than three years after Manchester United sold him.

Bournemouth are in pole position to sign John Terry.

Sevilla will try to lure Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino if current boss Jorge Sampaoli becomes the new Argentina coach.

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart will snub another loan at Torino to return to the Premier League.

Spurs midfielder Eric Dier has insisted his team-mates' belief in each other has made them unstoppable.

Gary Cahill has warned Spurs that Chelsea will bounce back from the "kick up the backside" given to them by Manchester United when they face them in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley this weekend.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Bournemouth are serious contenders to sign John Terry but the Chelsea captain will delay his final decision until after the Premier League title run-in.

Striker Ross McCormack - on loan at relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest from Aston Villa - has not trained for three weeks due to "personal issues" and is unlikely to play again this season.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has revealed he was the subject of a big-money offer from China last summer but had no hesitation in rejecting the bid.

Manchester United scout David Friio - who discovered Paul Pogba - is in talks to join Ligue 1 outfit St Etienne.
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Thursday's Newspapers
April 20 2017

THE SUN

Real Madrid are prepared to pay Manchester United £60m for David de Gea, a world record for a goalkeeper. The Spanish giants are also keeping an eye on Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois.

Romelu Lukaku has apparently told friends he wants to return to Stamford Bridge to play for Chelsea in a possible £100m switch, and has informed Everton he will not sign a new contract.


DAILY MAIL
Southampton, Everton, West Ham and Newcastle are interested in signing Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, who is valued at £35m.

Chelsea's Diego Costa remains a target for Chinese Super League team Tianjin Quanjian, who are willing to pay the striker £620,000-a-week.

New MLS franchise Los Angeles FC will attempt to lure Zlatan Ibrahimovic away from Manchester United with a £5m-a-year deal - although he could be loaned back for the first half of the Premier League season.


DAILY MIRROR
Tottenham are chasing Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa for a reported £30m.

Arsenal are the latest Premier League club to show an interest in Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, although Chelsea remain the favourites to sign the £50m-rated player.


DAILY STAR
Former Premier League stars Michael Essien and Carlton Cole have been accused of breaking Indonesian immigration laws, having played for their club Persib Bandung on visitor's permits - an offence which carries a maximum sentence of five years in jail.

Manchester United are the favourites to sign Real Madrid's James Rodriguez this summer, although Arsenal remain an interested party.


DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is looking to offload Juan Mata, with reports he is keen to sign Benfica's Anderson Talisca as an Old Trafford replacement.
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Friday's Newspapers
April 21 2017


THE SUN

John Terry could face a shock recall for Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham this weekend, after Gary Cahill spent two nights in hospital with a mystery illness and is almost certain to miss the Wembley showdown.

Real Madrid have rejected a £42m bid from Liverpool for Marco Asensio.

Championship high-flyers Brighton and Newcastle are keen to sign out-of-favour Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson.

DAILY MIRROR

Ex-Gunner Nigel Winterburn fears Arsenal players have lost their winning mentality.

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri tells West Brom he is not interested in selling Troy Deeney who has been linked with a £20m move to the midlands.

DAILY MAIL

Everton lead the chase to sign £20m-rated Burnley centre-back Michael Keane.

Manchester United will not pay compensation to fans of Bournemouth following last year's abandoned match at Old Trafford - called off because of a bomb threat on the final day of the season.

Pep Guardiola is unhappy with the atmosphere at the Etihad Stadium and has told the club's owners 'improving it is a priority'.

DAILY STAR

Gabriel Jesus could face Arsenal in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final after making a quicker than expected recovery from a broken foot suffered in February - and which required surgery.

Real Madrid are the latest big club to show an interest in Monaco's Kylian Mbappe who has also been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.

DAILY RECORD

Former Celtic boss Ronny Deila claims a missed handball decision by referee Stevie McLean, during a Scottish Cup tie with Inverness, cost the Hoops the treble two years ago.
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Saturday's Newspapers
April 22 2017


THE SUN

Arsenal are closing in on signing Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan to replace Mesut Ozil.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos tried to convince Robert Lewandowski to join Real Madrid after their Champions League win.

Luke Shaw finally won over Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho following his performance against Anderlecht in the Europa League.

Chelsea have joined the race for Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe after sending scouts to watch the hotshot on Wednesday.

Manchester City's chase for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has gathered pace as they line up a world record defender fee for the Italian.

DAILY MAIL

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann is a £75m transfer target for Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

Gabriel Jesus in line for a shock return for Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal after breaking his metatarsal only 10 weeks ago.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United will now step up their bid to beat Chelsea to the signing of Everton's Romelu Lukaku in light of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's season-ending injury.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United are favourites to re-sign defender Michael Keane - just two years after they sold him to Burnley.

DAILY MIRROR

Jurgen Klopp is using the prospect of Champions League football to tempt big-name signings as he steps up summer plans.

Crystal Palace are weighing up a summer move for Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez.

Arsene Wenger is chasing FA Cup history as he insists he was under more pressure in 2014 than he is now.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Everton face tough competition from Monaco to sign Belgian teenager Youri Tielemans, whom Anderlecht value at £21m.

DAILY RECORD

St Johnstone star Danny Swanson has agreed a deal to sign for Hibernian on a pre-contract agreement.

Brendan Rodgers is the best British manager - according to his predecessor in the Parkhead dug-out, Ronny Deila.
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Sunday's Newspapers
April 23 2017

SUNDAY MIRROR

Barcelona want to take Christian Eriksen from Spurs as part of their summer rebuild.

Pep Guardiola admits he'd love to sign Alexis Sanchez - and Manchester United are also keen.

Sead Kolasinac will join Arsenal this summer - but either Nacho Monreal or Kieran Gibbs is set to leave.

Manchester United are closing in on Torino striker Andrea Belotti but they will have to meet the £84m release clause inserted in the 23-year-old's contract last December.

Arsenal are stepping up their bid to sign Udinese midfielder Jakub Jankto after scouting him for almost a year.

Everton are keen on young Burnley striker Daniel Agyei.

Chelsea have been swamped with requests for their loan stars as Middlesbrough lead the chase for Tammy Abraham.

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian is a target for Espanyol and Athletic Bilbao as they eye a £3m move at the end of the season.

Everton are in advanced talks with a wealthy Chinese consortium for a multi-million pound investment.

Arsenal are preparing a £20m bid for Swedish star Emil Forsberg. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder has attracted rave reviews with his performances for RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Paris Saint-Germain have joined the hunt to sign Manchester United and Chelsea target Kylian Mbappe, but are only winning to pay Monaco £33m.

Manchester United target Serge Aurier has met with Barcelona representatives over a possible £17m move away from PSG this summer.

Marko Arnautovic has revealed he rejected a move to Everton - despite personal pleas from Toffees boss Ronald Koeman and striker Romelu Lukaku.

Everton face competition from Chelsea and Monaco to sign £21m-rated Youri Tielemans from Anderlecht.

Liverpool are plotting a shock £8m summer move for Hull's Scotland international defender Andrew Robertson.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

West Brom have expressed an interest in Tottenham misfit Kevin Wimmer as Tony Pulis looks to bolster his defence.

Southampton striker Sam Gallagher is a target for Aston Villa, Sunderland, Wolves and Cardiff.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will visit the world's top knee specialist as he faces career-saving surgery.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

David de Gea has put his £3.85m house up for sale, with Real Madrid ready to step up their interest in the Manchester United star, according to reports.

Chelsea will offer Fiorentina winger Federico Bernardeschi a £4.2m contract to quit Italian football for the Premier League.

Chelsea target Antonio Rudiger has said he is happy to stay in Serie A with Roma.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United are cautiously optimistic about their chances of prising Eric Dier away from Tottenham Hotspur as they prepare a formal move for the £40m rated England international.

STAR ON SUNDAY

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's career is over following his injury against Anderlecht in the Europa League, it has been claimed.

SCOTTISH SUNDAY MAIL

Rangers are eyeing up a move for Norwich's Scotland international Graham Dorrans this summer.

Scottish Championship outfit Dundee United are set for a cash windfall - 10 per cent of any fee - if Hull left-back Andy Robertson joins Liverpool this summer.
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Monday's Newspapers
April 24 2017

THE SUN

Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham are ready to battle for out of favour Manchester United defender Luke Shaw this summer.

Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer James Rodriguez and Alvaro Morata in exchange for Juventus star Paulo Dybala.

DAILY MIRROR

Antonio Conte has demanded a Chelsea spending spree with Virgil van Dijk and Romelu Lukaku the priorities.

Newcastle will move for £10m-rated Fulham star Tom Cairney once they seal promotion.

Wolves are ready to trigger a £1.5m deal for Derby's Andreas Weimann.

Bournemouth's new £125 nets are helping their strikers to score more goals at the Vitality Stadium, says Eddie Howe.

Rafa Benitez has snubbed the idea of a city-wide celebration if Newcastle win promotion to the Premier League.

DAILY MAIL

West Ham are keeping tabs on Fleetwood goalkeeper Alex Cairns as Slaven Bilic looks to boost his options in goal.

Liverpool and Southampton watched £6m-rated Henry Onyekuru score his 17th goal of the season for Eupen in the Belgian League.

Ronald Koeman believes that Everton have the resources to keep Romelu Lukaku, despite interest from Manchester United and the striker's dreams of Champions League football.

DAILY STAR

Man United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he 'will come back stronger' and 'giving up is not an option' after suffering suspected knee ligament damage against Anderlecht.

DAILY EXPRESS

Anthony Martial's left-foot finish against Burnley means Manchester United must pay Monaco £8.5m. It was his 25th goal for United since arriving from Monaco in 2015 in a deal worth an initial £36m.

Philippe Coutinho is reportedly a target for Real Madrid as they make plans for Luka Modric's shock departure to Bayern Munich.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers striker Kenny Miller, 37, is determined to keep playing in Scotland's top flight whether it's at Ibrox or elsewhere.
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