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Monday's Newspapers:
3rd Dec 2018


daily star

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil could be on his way to Inter Milan after Unai Emery left him out in the cold in recent weeks.


the sun

Jose Mourinho accused Paul Pogba of being a virus infecting his team after Manchester United's 2-2 draw at Southampton.
Neymar went off injured as PSG dropped points for the first time this season in a 2-2 draw with Bordeaux.


daily mail

The FA have had to provide assurances to UEFA that they will install a new £500k pitch at Wembley in time for Euro 2020.


daily telegraph

Declan Rice has denied he is any closer to deciding which country he wants to commit to and is resisting the offer to meet the new manager of Republic of Ireland, Mick McCarthy.


the times

Manchester United were left red-faced after a post from a fan advocating Jose Mourinho's sacking appeared on their official website.


the independent

Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben are set to leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season, the club's president Uli Hoeness has revealed.


daily mirror

AC Milan are considering a move for Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas.
Stoke won't consider any bids under £50m for goalkeeper Jack Butland in January.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
December 04, 2018


The Sun
Arsenal and Tottenham are in a transfer fight for Adrien Rabiot who has ended contract talks with PSG.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs are prepared to battle to sign Real Madrid's Isco.
Man City starlet Brahim Diaz has agreed to join Real Madrid on a £60k-a-week deal despite Pep Guardiola claiming the club would 'do everything' to keep him.
Chelsea have made the first official offer for £70m Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic.

Daily Mail
Unai Emery (pictured) wants Mesut Ozil to fight for his flagging Arsenal career and wants to see a change in the German's attitude.
Jose Mourinho is becoming increasingly baffled by the size of Manchester United's scouting department, which numbers 58 members around the world.

Daily Mirror
Tottenham, Arsenal and Southampton have joined the list of clubs monitoring RB Salzburg teenager Hannes Wolf.

Daily Telegraph
Aaron Ramsey has impressed Unai Emery but Arsenal's contract decision remains closed.

The Times

Paul Pogba complained to Jose Mourinho his tactics restrict the movement of Manchester United's team during the draw with Southampton.
The lawyer behind the Bosman ruling has written to the FA to demand an inquiry into Jean Michel Seri's transfer to Fulham from Nice over the summer.

Daily Express
The winners of the Carabao Cup are set to be part of UEFA's new third-tier club competition.

Scottish Sun

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has strongly hinted that Dedryck Boyata will almost certainly be sold in January.
SFA chiefs are set to carpet Hearts manager Craig Levein for his explosive comments following Sunday's clash with Rangers.
Rangers have been linked with a January loan swoop for Everton youngster Kieran Dowell.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
December 05, 2018


DAILY EXPRESS

Eden Hazard has been offered a £15.6m deal with Chelsea to snub Real Madrid.
DAILY MIRROR

Everton are keen to make Andre Gomes' loan move permanent but he has a £90m release clause with Barcelona.
DAILY MAIL

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho insists there is no reason for him to leave after being linked with a January move to PSG.
David Platt is involved in the Palermo takeover as owners Global Futures Sports buy the Serie B club for just £8.92.
Netting in front of away fans could become a permanent fixture at Manchester United after a smoke grenade was hurled at disabled supporters.
DAILY STAR

Atlanta Hawks owner Arthur Blank will not be buying Newcastle United as was rumoured, choosing instead to focus on MLS team Atlanta United.
Bookmakers are making Arsenal's Mesut Ozil odds-on to join Manchester United in January.
THE SUN

Jack Wilshere has suffered a new ankle injury just days after his West Ham comeback.
Arsenal and Manchester City have been joined in their pursuit of Real Betis star Junior Firpo by Newcastle and Crystal Palace.
Liverpool have joined Manchester City in the race for Lyon wonderkid Houssem Aouar.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
December 06, 2018


Manchester United are keeping tabs on Galatasaray starlet, according to the back pages.

DAILY MIRROR
Aston Villa are favourites to sign Burnley outcast Tom Heaton next month.
Mick McCarthy will hold talks with Declan Rice this week in a fresh bid to persuade him to choose the Republic of Ireland over England.
Steven Gerrard will block any attempt made by Nottingham Forest to bring an early end to Joe Worrall's loan spell at Rangers.

DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United have been dealt a blow as transfer target Marko Arnautovic faces time out due to injury.

DAILY MAIL
Mike Ashley is not convinced Peter Kenyon has the funds to complete a £300m takeover of Newcastle United.
Bernardo Silva has challenged his Manchester City team-mates to race ahead at the top of the Premier League table by the New Year.
Crystal Palace have been forced to make changes at their Beckenham training ground after it was given a zero hygiene rating by health inspectors and found to be infested with mice.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Former FIFA executive Rafael Salguero, who has been sentenced for corruption, claims he was offered "hundreds of thousands of dollars" in return for his 2018 World Cup vote.

DAILY STAR
Bernardo Silva insists that Manchester City are taking nothing for granted this season.

THE TIMES
Manchester City are at risk of a possible Champions League ban from Uefa after an investigation into alleged manipulation of their sponsorship income

THE SUN
Arsenal have joined the race for Brazilian striker Wesley Moraes.
Marcus Evans has put Ipswich Town up for sale for £35m but is finding it tough to secure a buyer as he is not prepared to write off the near £100m debt owed to him.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Galatasaray starlet Ozan Kabak as Jose Mourinho looks to bolster his defence.
Inter Milan are tipped to launch a second approach for Manchester United's Matteo Darmian.
Jeddah in Saudi Arabia will host the Italian Supercoppa clash between Juventus and AC Milan on January 16.

DAILY RECORD
Former Hibs boss Mixu Paatelainen has been axed by Latvia after a disastrous six-month spell in charge.
Anthony Stokes and Lee Erwin have been reported to FIFA after quitting Iran's Tractor Sazi, being accused of telling "lies" by the club's managing director.
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Friday's Newspapers:7th December 2018


the sun

Manchester United are prepared to fork out up to £40m to make Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino their next boss.
Huddersfield's Alex Pritchard is a £15m target for Wolves in the January transfer window.
West Ham are lining up a summer transfer move for Manchester United right-back Antonio Valencia.
Newcastle fans postponed a protest planned for Sunday's game against Wolves so they do not jeopardise a potential sale of the club.


daily mirror

Steve Bruce is set to be offered a return to management at Reading after Paul Clement was sacked.
Manchester United have been dealt a transfer blow as it has emerged Alex Sandro is close to agreeing fresh terms with Juventus.
Wolves are preparing to offer £17m for 24-year-old Japan winger Shoya Nakajima from Portuguese side Portimonense.
Newcastle may sign Atlanta United forward Miguel Almiron on loan until the end of the season before paying £15m for a permanent deal in the summer.


daily star

Liverpool are not planning to recall Harry Wilson from his loan spell at Derby County.


daily mail

Arsenal fear defender Rob Holding suffered a season-ending cruciate ligament injury against Manchester United on Wednesday.
Jean-Michael Seri's move to England is under further scrutiny after Fulham were accused of breaching FA agent rules.
Manchester City are waiting as long as they can before making a call on whether Sergio Aguero is fit enough to play against Chelsea this weekend.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock watched Nantes striker Emiliano Sala on Wednesday ahead of a potential January bid.
Leicester Tigers are interviewing for a new defence coach to ward off growing unrest following disappointing recent results.
Rising horseracing star Kieran Shoemark is facing a lengthy suspension after failing a drugs test.


daily record

Rangers have been boosted in their hopes of keeping on-loan defender Joe Worrall until the end of the season after Nottingham Forest said they will not recall him early.
Michael Gardyne is set to boost Ross County by returning to action in the next couple of weeks after suffering a broken foot.


daily telegraph

Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has admitted his efforts at the World Cup have affected his early season form.


the guardian

A member of West Ham's newly-formed official supporters' board marched with the Democratic Football Lads Alliance, a group condemned by anti-racism campaigners.
Chelsea are growing confident that they can convince Ruben Loftus-Cheek his future lies at Stamford Bridge.
Newcastle Falcons are facing the prospect of playing their European Champions Cup tie against Edinburgh with only 14 men because of an injury crisis.
The referee in charge of Tyson Fury's title fight against Deontay Wilder has denied his count was slow when Fury was knocked down in the 12th round.


the times

Manchester United are confident Ander Herrera will sign a new contract extension in the coming weeks.
Nice manager and former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira has urged young English players to go abroad to find more playing opportunities.
The Amir Khan foundation has been criticised by the Charity Commission over its failure to provide clear details about its spending.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
8th December 2018


the sun

Romelu Lukaku is the latest star who wants out of Manchester United because of Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United have reportedly fended off interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Valencia to nab Amiens starlet Noam Emeran.
Swansea were 'tricked' into increasing Lukasz Fabianski's wages with fake interest from Bayer Leverkusen, according to Football Leaks


daily mail

Alexis Sanchez is expected to stay in Chile until the New Year as he bids to recover from his hamstring injury.
Manchester City are likely to send Zach Steffen out on loan if they sign the goalkeeper from MLS in January.
Arsenal cannot recall Calum Chambers from Fulham despite their defensive injury crisis.
West Ham star Robert Snodgrass has blamed his weight gain on his loan move to Aston Villa last season.


daily mirror

Reports in Italy suggest Liverpool's Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge are on the radar of AC Milan.
Reading have made an approach for Vitoria Guimaraes boss Luis Castro to succeed the sacked Paul Clement.



THE TELEGRAPH

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is on a list of Russian oligarchs to be targeted by UK intelligence services.


the guardian

Manchester City may gamble on playing Raheem Sterling at centre-forward because of injury to Sergio Aguero.


daily express

Tottenham offered Toby Alderweireld to Manchester United for £30m in the summer, it's been claimed.


daily star

Liverpool won't be recalling in-form Harry Wilson from his loan spell with Derby in January.


daily record

The owner of Rangers investors Blue Pitch Holdings has insisted he's a victim of Ibrox power struggle
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Sunday's Newspapers:
9th Dec 2018


sunday express

Paris Saint-Germain will rival any attempts to lure Eden Hazard away from Stamford Bridge this summer.
Manchester City are ready to pull the trigger and spark a massive transfer scramble for Roma's Turkey international winger Cengiz Under.
Jose Mourinho would have sold Paul Pogba in the summer if Barcelona had pushed the boat out.
Arsenal will reportedly consider allowing Mesut Ozil to leave for £25m with Inter Milan interested.


sunday mirror

Netherlands legend Danny Blind has launched a blistering attack on beleaguered Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Cardiff are considering a loan move for out-of-favour Everton striker Oumar Niasse.
Tottenham are interested in signing Netherlands midfielder Tonny Vilhena, according to reports in Italy.
Galatasary's Ozan Kabak is being monitored by Manchester City ahead of a possible £20m transfer.


mail on sunday

Manchester United have held talks over a compensation package for Amiens teenager Noam Emeran.


sunday telegraph

Marco Silva expects Richarlison to get even better as both gear up to face former club Watford.
Richard Cockerill has emerged as a surprise contender to replace Eddie Jones as England head coach.


sunday times

Manchester United have been quoted a price of more than £90m for Kalidou Koulibaly, the Napoli central defender who is Jose Mourinho's top defensive target.


the sun on sunday

Manchester City will make a final attempt to persuade Brahim Diaz to stay before reluctantly agreeing an £8m sale to Real Madrid.
Chelsea are preparing a £20m January swoop for Napoli right-back Elseid Hysaj.
Uefa could take the Champions League final global after the Boca Juniors and River Plate drama.
Daniel Sturridge faces at least a six-month ban if he is found guilty of breaching betting rules.


the observer

The Rugby Football Union has proposed expanding the Premiership to 16 teams - split into two conferences - to resolve the continuing debate over promotion and relegation.


sunday mail

Andy Halliday has revealed Rangers players are set to fine red card sinners in a desperate bid to stop them getting sent off.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has been warned reputation will not get him a starting spot after his injury comeback.
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Monday 10th December 2018


DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Phil Foden is to sign a new six-year deal at Manchester City in the next 24 hours. The deal is expected to tie the England Under-21 midfielder to the club until June 2024, despite interest from the likes of Paris St Germain and Borussia Dortmund. The 18-year-old is said to have no intention of leaving his boyhood club.

THE SUN
•Jose Mourinho has been told by Manchester United that he can sign a defender next month - with Toby Alderweireld the No 1 target.
•Manchester United and Arsenal are watching Hertha Berlin wonderkid Arne Maier.
•Chelsea are looking to sell Victor Moses but want a £12million fee. Clubs including Crystal Palace and Fulham are interested in the 27-year-old, who has made just six appearances in all competitions this season.

DAILY MIRROR
•Chelsea risk losing David Luiz because of their over-30s policy on new contracts.
•Everton defender Mason Holgate is set to go out on loan in January. The 22-year-old signed a five-year deal with Everton a year ago but has fallen out of favour under Marco Silva.
•Andy Carroll has his heart and his head set on staying at West Ham.
•Mason Holgate has been told by Everton he can go out on loan in January.
•Two Premier League left-backs are being targeted by Marseille. The Ligue 1 side are eyeing up Arsenal's Nacho Monreal and Liverpool's Alberto Moreno.


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David Luiz scores for Chelsea against Manchester City


DAILY STAR
•Manchester United star Paul Pogba reckons Jose Mourinho is on a mission to humiliate him.
•Everton star Richarlison is a transfer target for Barcelona. They see him as a potential replacement for an ageing Luis Suarez

SCOTTISH SUN
•Steven Gerrard has accused SPFL delegate Jim Neil of bizarrely snubbing him - despite asking if he had any issues with the match officials.
•Bournemouth are weighing up a big-money January bid for Callum McGregor.

DAILY RECORD
•Rangers forward Ryan Kent could miss Thursday's Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna after picking up an injury against Dundee.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
December 11, 2018


Daily Mail

•Manchester United have no intention of selling Paul Pogba in the January transfer window despite the club's record £89m signing falling out of favour with manager Jose Mourinho. Juventus are known to be interested in taking him back, but United chiefs will turn down any offers next month as they still see a bright future for him at Old Trafford
•Fulham have made an enquiry for Deportivo La Coruna striker Pedro Martelo.
•Chelsea have held talks over a proposed move for Napoli right-back Elseid Hysaj. The 24-year-old Albania international, who has previously worked with Blues boss Maurizio Sarri, is valued at £45million, according to the paper. Chelsea could agree the deal in January but allow him to finish the season in Italy.
•Frenkie De Jong's father has claimed that Barcelona would be the best destination for the youngster if he leaves Ajax at the end of the season.
•West Brom are reportedly interested in signing Leicester's Andy King on loan in January to add energy to their midfield. King is keen to leave Leicester once the winter window opens after being left out of the side's Premier League squad and Carabao Cup games. West Brom boss Darren Moore is said to see the Wales international as an ideal signing when the window opens.

Daily Mirror •Newcastle are favourites to land MLS star Miguel Almiron - according to his dad.
•Jorginho's agent has revealed the Chelsea star attracted significant interest from the Premier League big boys over the summer.
•New Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl intends to go back to Germany in next month's transfer window strengthen his side.
•Veteran goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is set to join Leeds on a free transfer from Sheffield Wednesday.

The Sun •Tottenham have joined Manchester United in the race for Romanian international starlet Dennis Man.
•Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow is a £4million target for Leeds and Aston Villa. The 28-year-old has lost his number one spot since Martin Dubravka's arrival and could be on the move next month.

Daily Express


•Eden Hazard has yet again refused to rule out a move to Real Madrid.
•Manchester United missed out on the chance to sign Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt, according to their former head of youth recruitment, Derek Langley.

Daily Telegraph


•Fulham are preparing for a January move for Leicester's Islam Slimani. Claudio Ranieri is looking to boost the club's hopes of Premier League survival. Slimani is currently on loan at Fenerbahce but the Turkish club are said to be prepared to cut the deal short next month.


Daily Star


•Newcastle look to be in pole position to sign Miguel Almiron from Atlanta United.

Scottish Sun

•Rangers have the green light to bring Steven Davis back to Ibrox in January.
•Celtic have taken American right-back Manny Perez on trial.
•Celtic star Craig Gordon has warned Bournemouth they'll need to stump up huge money to snatch Callum McGregor.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
December 12, 2018

Daily Mirror
Chelsea are eyeing a January swoop for Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez to replace Cesc Fabregas.
Brighton midfielder Pascal Gross has emerged as a shock target for Liverpool.
Wayne and Coleen Rooney were Donald Trump's guests of honour at the White House Christmas party on Sunday.
Leicester boss Claude Puel admits he is ready to offload some of the club's title heroes next month.
Newcastle are ready to go back in for Benfica's Andreas Samaris when the transfer window reopens.

Daily Mail
Manchester United are showing a surprise interest in Middlesbrough winger Marcus Tavernier.
Fulham will have to play the next two seasons in front of just three stands with the Riverside Stand demolished during a £100m redevelopment.

The Sun
Paul Pogba was wanted by Manchester United chiefs for commercial reasons, claims Jose Mourinho's adviser.
Jermain Defoe (above) could be handed a Premier League lifeline by Crystal Palace.
Manchester United have reportedly enquired about Bordeaux defender Pablo.
Lucas Torreira revealed a phone call from Unai Emery at the beginning of the season persuaded him to join Arsenal.
Newcastle are trying to tie down teenage hotshot Elias Sorensen with a new three-year deal.
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