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Thursday's Newspapers:

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Manchester City and Manchester United are both chasing highly-rated Tanguy Ndombele



THE SUN

Manchester City are set to rival Manchester United for the signature of Tanguy Ndombele after Pep Guardiola made the Lyon midfielder his No 1 target.
Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and Naby Keita are urging RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner to join them at Anfield.
Zinedine Zidane is being lined up by Chelsea to replace Maurizio Sarri, and his potential appointment could lead to Eden Hazard snubbing Real Madrid and committing his future to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United are lining up a sensational summer swoop for Benfica wonderkid Joao Felix, but Real Madrid and Barcelona are also interested.
Juventus have ruled out selling Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 25, this summer in a blow to Chelsea and Manchester United.

THE TIMES
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is expected to sign a new one-year contract at the Etihad Stadium.

DAILY EXPRESS
Maurizio Sarri's fate as Chelsea head coach could be decided by results in the next few weeks, while up to eight first-team players could leave Stamford Bridge in the summer.


DAILY MAIL
Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard are major doubts for Manchester United's FA Cup game at Chelsea after limping off against PSG on Tuesday, and could even miss the crunch Premier League clash against Liverpool.
Alexis Sanchez is also a doubt for the match against Chelsea after injuring himself by running into a linesman while he was warming up before coming on against PSG.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici claims Arsenal never played Aaron Ramsey in his best position, and believes the Italian side got value for money despite handing him a £400,000-per-week deal.
Marcelo could leave Real Madrid this summer after falling out of favour under latest manager Santiago Solari, with Cristiano Ronaldo keen for Juventus to sign him.

DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal want Roma's Monchi - who worked with Unai Emery at Sevilla - to be their new sporting director, but Manchester United and PSG are also interested.
Raul Jimenez is set for a permanent move to Wolves, with parent club Benfica willing to sell the striker for £30m.
Torino are ready to take up their option to sign on-loan Chelsea defender Ola Aina for £9m.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici says the Serie A side originally planned to sign Inter Milan star Mauro Icardi before eventually buying Cristiano Ronaldo last summer.

DAILY RECORD
Hearts have vowed to work with Police Scotland to hunt down the Auchinleck Talbot supporters who allegedly aimed racist abuse at Uche Ikpeazu and Demetri Mitchell.
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Friday's Newspapers:
15th February 2019


the sun

Paul Pogba thumped his locker repeatedly before saying sorry to Manchester United team-mates after his Champions League red card.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned his hairdryer on for the first time as Manchester United boss after the 2-0 defeat by PSG.
Chelsea players are stunned Gary Cahill has been frozen out by Maurizio Sarri and want him back in.
Manchester City rejected loan interest from Newcastle, Southampton and Bournemouth to keep hold of Phil Foden last month.
Declan Rice chose to play for England over Republic of Ireland after seeking out the advice of John Terry.
Tyson Fury's hugely-anticipated rematch against Deontay Wilder is set to be announced on Monday.


daily star

Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff is the latest young player on Gareth Southgate's England radar after only making five Premier League starts.
Stoke City are set to take a massive hit on defender Kevin Wimmer and sell him to German club Hannover for less than half the £18m fee they paid Spurs for him.
Joe Mason has rejected the chance of a return to Plymouth Argyle as a free agent.
Ben Barba has begun a £15-an-hour job as a truck driver after being expelled from the NRL over a physical altercation with partner Ainslie Currie.


the times

Cardiff City have been accused of breaching FA rules over intermediaries because of their extensive use of an agency that employs Neil Warnock's son James.
UEFA have registered trademarks for the "Global Nations League" and "World Nations League" as their bitter division over a new tournament with FIFA continues.
Strategic timeouts are set to be used for the first time in English cricket in the new Hundred tournament.


daily mirror

Dejan Lovren has visited a strength and conditioning coach back home in Croatia in an attempt to be fit to face Bayern Munich.
Laurent Blanc has hired a leading football agency to help him land a job in the Premier League.
Brian Ellison is determined to run Definitly Red in the Gold Cup at next month's Cheltenham Festival despite being beaten in a match race at Kelso on Thursday.


daily mail

Heung-min Son is in line for a second pay rise inside 12 months as reward for his sensational season for Tottenham.
Britain's leading athletes have been told they are free to skip the 2019 World Championships in Doha if they feel it would be detrimental to their Olympic Games hopes.
Gerard Pique has confirmed Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi is among his backers in Kosmos, the company which is behind the changes to the Davis Cup tennis tournament.


daily telegraph

Birmingham's battle to avoid a potential 12-point deduction will be heard in the final week of February, with a verdict expected before the end of the season.
Colombian state-owned oil company Ecopetrol has emerged as a candidate to take over Team Sky and more meetings between them and Sir Dave Brailsford are expected this weekend.


daily record

Peter Lovenkrands is being lined up by Danish side Nordsjaelland after impressing in his role as head coach of the Rangers reserve side.
Celtic signing Maryan Shved is certain he will be tough enough to deal with Scottish football when he links up with his new club at the start of next season.
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