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Tuesday's Newspapers:
January 15, 2019


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Harry Kane fears he could be out for at least four weeks as the striker and Tottenham Hotspur wait for the swelling on his injured ankle to go down.
Chelsea will demand upwards of £100m if Eden Hazard tells the club he wants to join Real Madrid - even though he will only have one year remaining on his contract at the end of the season.
Premier League clubs are already plotting major player recruitment searches in South America, Africa and Asia in the expectation that the Home Office will relax international working permits across professional sport after a no-deal Brexit.

DAILY MAIL
David de Gea wants to commit his long-term future to Manchester United but is awaiting a suitable offer as contract talks continue.
Zenit St Petersburg want £36m for Chelsea target Leandro Paredes.
Fulham are trying to conclude a deal for Leicester defender Danny Simpson.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ordered Manchester United's players to wear their official club suits to all matches as he continues to impose his ethos on the squad.
Cardiff City have registered an interest in Genk striker Mbwana Samatta who is the Belgian first division's top scorer.
Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton are among the Premier League clubs tracking Bruges winger Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld.
Wolves have opened talks over a move for Sparta Prague striker Benjamin Tetteh.

DAILY MIRROR
Jonjo Shelvey has been told he is staying at Newcastle - after interest from Fulham and West Ham.
Chelsea are edging closer to landing Leandro Paredes as their Cesc Fabregas replacement.

THE TIMES
Manchester United have gagged Jose Mourinho before he makes his first public appearances since being sacked by the club last month.
Marko Arnautovic will be the subject of a new bid of around £45m from Shanghai SIPG which will test the resolve of West Ham United to keep the striker.
Neil Warnock is standing by his fierce pro-Brexit outburst but insisted he has no problem with Cardiff City distancing the club from his remarks.

DAILY STAR
Tottenham are weighing up a loan move for Barcelona flop Malcom.
Gonzalo Higuain is keen to join Chelsea, where he would be reunited with Maurizio Sarri, his boss at Napoli.
Cardiff hope a record £18m move for Argentinean striker Emiliano Sala will end their goalscoring woes.

THE SUN
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has moved into pole position to become Manchester United's next permanent boss.
Alvaro Morata is in talks with Atletico Madrid ahead of a move back to Spain, according to reports.
Fulham pair Aleksandar Mitrovic and Aboubakar Kamara got into a fight during a team yoga lesson.
Chelsea are in talks with David Luiz over a new contract with the Brazilian's current deal set to expire in the summer, according to the defender's agent.
Nottingham Forest want the managerial dream team of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane to end the club's 20-year top-flight exile.
England's hopes of hosting the 2030 World Cup have been hit, with FIFA chief Gianni Infantino set to back Spain, Portugal and Morocco's three-nation bid.
Everton are considering a £25m move for Espanyol hotshot Borja Iglesias.
Faltering Arsenal are ready to sell Mesut Ozil in the summer.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Porto are set to test Celtic's resolve with a £14m January bid for Olivier Ntcham.
Rangers want Charlton ace Karlan Ahearne-Grant as a long-term replacement for Alfredo Morelos.

THE DAILY RECORD
Dedryck Boyata will stay at Celtic until the end of the season, reveals Brendan Rodgers.
Ravel Morrison has sparked speculation over a move to Rangers as he followed a host of Ibrox stars on Instagram.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
January 16, 2019


THE SUN
Leicester have lined up Brendan Rodgers in a shock move to replace Claude Puel.
Daniel Sturridge is braced for pre-contract offers from America.
Pep Guardiola has been told by Leeds that Jack Clarke is not for sale at any price.
Manchester City have signed Japan U21 midfielder Ko Itakura.
Bournemouth are set to bid £15m for Brentford's Chris Mepham as they look to land the young defender ahead of Southampton.
More than 30 Manchester United fans were ejected from Wembley during Sunday's win at Tottenham after they infiltrated home areas.

DAILY MAIL
Alvaro Morata's desired move out of Chelsea and to Atletico Madrid hangs in the balance due to the Spanish club's current refusal to buy the player outright or commit to buying the striker in the summer.
Chelsea will offer Petr Cech a route back to Stamford Bridge after the goalkeeper announced his retirement.
Chelsea are braced for a partial stadium closure in the Europa League after UEFA officially launched an investigation into alleged racist chanting by supporters during the club's 2-2 draw at MOL Vidi last month.
Manchester City star Raheem Sterling fears Brent Council will stop him from forming an academy for disadvantaged children.
Manchester United may consider offers for Marouane Fellaini this month.
Arsenal have put James Rodriguez on their list of potential signings in the transfer window - and he could cost them just £3m.


DAILY MIRROR
Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde has denied reports that Neymar has been pleading for a return to the club.
Sevilla have given up on Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata.
Middlesbrough flop Cristhian Stuani has refused to rule out a shock move to Barcelona.
Ralph Hasenhuttl believes he is seeing a "new Nathan Redmond" because he has become less selfish.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Marcos Rojo is likely to be the first casualty of Manchester United's plans to strengthen their defence.
THE GUARDIAN
Manchester City have refused to give UEFA any comment on allegations that they breached financial fair play regulations and misled the governing body because the club argues the claims were based on "hacked or stolen" emails.



THE INDEPENDENT
Bayern Munich want to take Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat back to Germany, and feel they can do a deal before the end of the season.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Dundee have failed to land Ross McCrorie on loan as part of a deal to let Glen Kamara join Rangers early.
Celtic could be set to snap up English youngster Josh Maja from Sunderland.
Graeme Shinnie is set to sign a pre-contract agreement with Wigan Athletic
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Thursday's Newspapers:
January 17, 2019

Daily Mirror
Manchester United and Chelsea are set to fight over the signature of Crystal Palace's 21-year-old right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer.
Manchester City could miss out on highly-rated Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong because only PSG are prepared to meet Ajax's asking price of £66.4m.
Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit says nothing has changed under new manager Unai Emery from when Arene Wenger was in charge.
Denis Suarez was named in Barcelona's matchday squad to face Levante, potentially scuppering Arsenal's chances of acquiring his signature.
Chelsea midfielder Charlie Colkett is the subject of a tug-of-war between Aston Villa and Swedish club Ostersunds.
The Sun
Everton face a battle with Wolves and Southampton for RB Leipzig striker Jean-Kevin Augustin.
Manchester United are demanding a fee of around £15m from AC Milan, Porto and Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande for midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
Daily Star
Liverpool are edging closer to signing Red Bull Salzburg striker Moanes Dabour.
Tottenham are considering Divock Origi as a temporary replacement for Harry Kane, with England's captain out injured.
Arsenal are planning to lure Jack Clarke away from Leeds United, with the forward's contract talks on hold until the summer.
Daily Telegraph
Unai Emery says he likes provoking friction among his players after his decision to drop Mesut Ozil.
Michy Batshuayi wants to move on loan to Monaco, despite Chelsea preferring him to move to Everton for £40m.
Daily Mail
Manchester City have opened talks with Hadjuk Split for a £7m deal for 18-year-old Croatian midfielder Ante Palaversa, a possible long-term Fernandinho replacement
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Friday's Newspapers:
January 18, 2019


Marcus Rashford is set to see his wages double with a new Manchester United deal



DAILY EXPRESS

Gonzalo Higuain will fly into London on Friday to complete a loan move to Chelsea and potentially be available to sit on the bench against Arsenal on Saturday night.
Chelsea are also closing on a deal to sign midfielder Leandro Paredes from Zenit St Petersburg as their replacement for Cesc Fabregas.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are set to offer Marcus Rashford a new deal that will double his current wage to £150,000 per week.
Chelsea are ready to offer teenage winger Callum Hudson-Odoi a new £70,000-a-week deal to keep him at Stamford Bridge.

THE SUN

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will soon have a formal interview for the full-time Manchester United manager's job.
Leeds United have rejected an approach from Crystal Palace for teen sensation Jack Clarke.
Napoli's £90m-rated Kalidou Koulibaly remains Manchester United's No 1 defensive transfer target.
Inter Milan are set to deal Manchester United's hopes of signing Milan Skriniar a blow by offering the defender a lucrative new contract.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United players and staff want Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be offered the permanent manager's role after his electric start.
West Ham have seen two offers for £45m-rated Genoa striker Krzysztof Piatek turned down.
BBC chief Tim Davie has turned down the chance to become Premier League chief executive in the wake of Susanna Dinnage's decision not to take up her appointment.
THE INDEPENDENT

Arsenal fear losing teenagers Arthur Okonkwo, Xavier Amaechi and Tyreece John-Jules to clubs in Germany.
THE TIMES

English football is preparing to make rule changes to allow replays of VAR decisions to be shown on big screens inside stadiums.

DAILY RECORD

Scottish Premiership managers have united with under-fire referees to back the use of VAR after a crunch summit.
Rangers have offered a deal to Chicago Fire midfielder Matt Polster after he spent the winter break training with the club.
Celtic remain keen on a deal to sign Manchester United's Scott McTominay on loan but will have to move fringe midfielders out of the club first.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
January 19, 2019



THE SUN

Bayern Munich have offered Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi weekly wages of £85,000 and guaranteed him first-team football to try and tempt him to the Bundesliga.

Everton are set to make a £40m offer to Chelsea for Michy Batshuayi but remain interested in a loan deal covering the rest of the season.

Manchester United are bemused Jose Mourinho criticised the club's management structure and claim it was him who blocked changes, including the appointment of a director of football.

Ashley Cole will thrash out personal terms with Derby County next week.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has challenged his Manchester United team to claim third in the Premier League.

England will not make use of spinners Jack Leach and Adil Rashid in the first Test against the West Indies.


DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal are ready to rival Juventus for highly-rated Braga forward Francisco Trincao.

Sunderland are determined to sign Wigan striker Will Grigg after having two bids rejected.

Marco Silva is certain Jordan Pickford will find the form that made him England's first-choice goalkeeper.


DAILY MAIL

Thierry Henry wants to bring Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini to Monaco on loan even though he is set to miss a month through injury.

Real Madrid are ready to activate the £44m release clause in Porto defender Eder Militao's contract and beat Manchester United to his signature.

Aston Villa have asked Newcastle about the availability of midfielder Isaac Hayden this month.

Wantaway PSG star Adrien Rabiot will no longer be considered by manager Thomas Tuchel, as he continues to run down his contract in order to leave the French capital as a free agent.

Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri is set to show his ruthless side by axing Aboubakar Kamara from his squad for Sunday's visit of Tottenham.


DAILY EXPRESS

West Ham are still pondering a decision to activate Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez's release clause but are resigned to losing Marko Arnautovic before the end of the month.


THE GUARDIAN

Borussia Dortmund want £250,000 in compensation for Huddersfield managerial target Jan Siewert.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his management of Manchester United will face a different test when a game is finally lost.


DAILY RECORD

Cowdenbeath chairman Donald Findlay claims Rangers kit man Jimmy Bell was the driving force behind their controversial Scottish Cup postponement.

Ryan Gauld admits he went to Portugal with a huge weight on his shoulders after being dubbed 'mini-Messi'.


SCOTTISH SUN

Craig Levein has called a truce with Derek McInnes after the VAR summit at McDiarmid Park.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
January 20, 2019


SUNDAY EXPRESS
Chelsea have made contact with Barcelona over a £100m move for Philippe Coutinho as the Spanish side look to offload the Brazilian.
Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez is set to stay at Bayern Munich for the rest of season, ending any hopes Arsenal had of signing him.

DAILY STAR
Real Madrid have placed Bernardo Silva on their wish-list as they look for a long-term replacement for midfielder Luka Modric.
Gonzalo Higuain will sign a loan deal worth £270,00-a-week at Chelsea, making him one of the top five earners in the Premier League.
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Liverpool have sent scouts out to watch Schalke midfielder Weston McKennie as they prepare a £20m bid for the midfielder.
West Ham will continue talks with Celta Vigo this week over a proposed deal for Maxi Gomez.
Former Arsenal midfielder Edu is among the candidates as the Gunners search for a director of football.
Wladimir Klitschko has held talks over a return to the ring - with the former world heavyweight champion targeting rematches against both Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Rafa Benitez held talks with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley for the first time in months after their 3-0 win over Cardiff.
West Ham were unsure Declan Rice had a future at the club a few years ago, according to ex-Hammers coach Danny Searle.


THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
James McClean is Martin O'Neill's first target as Nottingham Forest manager with the club hoping they can thrash out a January deal with Stoke.
Harry Arter's loan spell at Cardiff City may be cut short after Bournemouth received transfer bids for the midfielder.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are planning to match Celtic's offer for Nick Powell as both club's attempt to secure a pre-contract agreement with the midfielder.
Steven Gerrard had to cancel plans to make a personal trip to see Charlton striker Karlan Ahearne-Grant in action on Saturday.
Hamilton boss Martin Canning's dad left St Johnstone's McDiarmid Park at half-time after a bust-up with Accies fans.

SUNDAY MIRROR
Wolves intend to wait until the summer before buying £30m-rated on-loan Benfica striker Raul Jimenez.
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Monday's Newspapers:
January 21, 2019




THE SUN

West Ham forward Andy Carroll is a shock contender to solve the striker crisis at Tottenham and could be on his way to north London for just £2m.

The proposed deal which will see Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata head to Atletico Madrid will be an initial six-month loan deal with an option to buy for £48.5m.

West Bromwich Albion are set to offer former player Giles Barnes a contract.

Tyson Fury is free to seek neutral judges for his Deontay Wilder rematch after getting "robbed" in the December showdown.



DAILY MAIL

AC Milan are close to finalising a £30.9m deal with Genoa for Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek which will trigger Gonzalo Higuain's move to Chelsea.

Arsenal fear Hector Bellerin will miss the rest of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

Leeds have asked the FA and EFL to conduct their hearing into Spygate as soon as possible, amid concerns it may impact on their promotion hopes.

Turkish side Besiktas are considering a move for Tottenham outcast Georges-Kevin N'Koudou.

Paul Scholes is ready to sign an 18-month deal to become the next manager of his boyhood club Oldham Athletic in the next 10 days.

Aston Villa and West Brom are preparing to battle it out for the signature of Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings.

American heavyweight Jarrell Miller has become an increasingly likely option for Anthony Joshua's next opponent.



DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United and Chelsea are keeping a watchful eye over Bristol City star Antoine Semenyo.

Newcastle are in talks with Chinese Super League side Tianjin Teda over a possible move out for their Spanish striker Joselu.

Star-hunting Real Madrid have placed £70m-rated Bernardo Silva on their wish list as they plan a summer transfer raid on the Premier League.

Manchester City are monitoring Lyon duo Houssem Aouar and Tanguy Ndombele.

Marcus Rashford can achieve the same iconic status as Manchester United legends Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Jan Siewert will be confirmed this week as Huddersfield's new boss after being told his long-term future does not depend on keeping them up.



DAILY STAR

Chelsea are set to edge out Manchester City in the race for 16-year-old Barcelona starlet Ilaix Moriba.

Arsenal are said to be battling club legend Thierry Henry for the signature of Gelson Martins from Atletico Madrid.

Cardiff could lose midfielder Harry Arter in the January transfer window, amid interest from several other clubs.

Milan have struck a deal with fellow Serie A side Genoa for the services of striker Krzysztof Piatek.

Chelsea's Victor Moses is close to a move to Fenerbahce, with the Turkish club set to announce the signing after their match with Bursaspor on Monday.

PSG defender Thiago Silva has admitted that it would not necessarily be a bad thing if wantaway star Adrien Rabiot left the club.



DAILY EXPRESS

Gonzalo Higuain is said to be heading to London on Tuesday to complete his move to Chelsea.

Eden Hazard is prepared to force through a move to Real Madrid, but not until the end of the season.

England coach Eddie Jones will decide in the next 48 hours whether to call Danny Cipriani into their squad to face Ireland in the opening Six Nations match after Owen Farrell's thumb operation.



DAILY TELEGRAPH

Paul Scholes may have to clarify what he intends to do with his stake in Salford City if, as expected, he is appointed as the new manager at Oldham.

Maurizio Sarri has insisted he will not change, as he faces up to the first major test of his Chelsea reign.

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo could face further punishment by the FA after being sent off by referee Chris Kavanagh for running onto the pitch to celebrate after Diogo Jota's late winner against Leicester.

Marco Silva is understood to be under increasing scrutiny at Everton after another dismal away defeat on Saturday.

Unai Emery has claimed Mesut Ozil still has a role to play over the coming weeks for Arsenal.



THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian is poised to sign for Juventus on loan for the rest of the season with an option to buy for £7.1m.


SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic could end their right-back hunt by snapping up Porto's Fernando Fonseca with a £2m bid being lined up.

Rangers midfielder Greg Docherty expects to see out the season on loan at Shrewsbury Town.

Sunderland are willing to sell Josh Maja to Celtic, but only if they can have him back on loan for the rest of the season.


DAILY RECORD

Marvin Compper is still in talks with Celtic over his exit from the club.

Morton are interested in signing former Bulgarian under-21 forward Nikolay Todorov on a free transfer after the player left Serie C side Rieti last week.
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January 22, 2019



The Sun

Paul Pogba has made a dramatic U-turn on his Manchester United contract stance as he is now ready to sit down for talks over extending his current deal.
Bayern Munich have entered the race for Manchester City starlet Rabbi Matondo and are ready to launch a £10m bid.
Cardiff are ready to make a £2m offer for Josh Maja but Sunderland want £4m for their striker, who has scored 16 goals this term.
Wimbledon could have a second Henman Hill and controlled queuing lanes once modernisation plans are underway.

Daily Mail
Pep Guardiola is ready to play the kids against Burton Albion on Wednesday as four teenagers, including 18-year-old Taylor Richards, took part in first-team training on Monday.
Stewart Downing and Middlesbrough's hierarchy will attempt to reach a compromise this week that allows him to start matches during the remainder of the season.
Tottenham are willing to sell outcast striker Vincent Janssen for a knockdown £15m this month.
Eden Hazard will force through an £88m move to Real Madrid in the summer as he doesn't want to unsettle Chelsea's season now.
Diego Simeone has agreed to remain in charge of Atletico Madrid until 2021 with an improved financial package on top of his current £20m deal.
Norwich City striker Nelson Oliveira is expected at Reading for a medical.
Former Tottenham and Wigan defender Pascal Chimbonda has signed for Ashton Town, in the 10th tier of English football.

Daily Mirror
Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara is poised to join Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor on loan until the end of the season.
Leeds are planning to make a move for Swansea's Daniel James, who is valued at £5m by his club.
Arsenal have reportedly made contact with Real Madrid over a potential loan deal for James Rodriguez.
Ed Woodward wants to hire a director of football at Manchester United before appointing the club's next permanent manager.
Claude Puel is confident of a stay of execution at Leicester and expects to be given until the end of the season to try to win over unhappy fans.
Giles Barnes is waiting to learn if he has landed a new deal back at West Brom after returning from MLS side Colorado Rapids in January.


Daily Star
Real Madrid favour selling James Rodriguez to Tottenham over Arsenal as a bait to sign Tottenham ace Christian Eriksen instead of selling him outright.
Arsenal have decided against signing a new right-back, despite potentially losing Hector Bellerin for the season.
Olivier Giroud could join Barcelona as a result of Gonzalo Higuain's impending arrival.
Arsenal are closing in on a deal for Denis Suarez as Barcelona chiefs will sanction Suarez's exit after landing Kevin Prince-Boateng from Sassuolo.
West Ham are prepared to let Marko Arnautovic quit the London Stadium for China come the summer, but will not bow down to his demands like they did with Dimitri Payet.
Chelsea defender Matt Miazga is in London to finalise the termination of his loan spell from FC Nantes.


Daily Telegraph
Liverpool are expected to become the first club in the world to report an annual net profit of more than €100m (£88.3m).
Former footballer Efe Sodje and two of his brothers have been jailed for siphoning tens of thousands of pounds from a charity set up to help poor African children.


Daily Express
Tottenham are interested in signing Josh Maja from Sunderland but a deal right now seems a long way off as they look likely to stay away from transfers this month.
Barcelona are targeting Sassuolo midfielder Stefano Sensi, who is out of contract at Sassuolo in 2020 and is also being eyed by AC Milan.


The Guardian
Millwall are close to reaching an agreement with local authority Lewisham Borough Council that would see the club stay in its south London home.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
January 23, 2019



The Sun
Real Madrid are lining up a £90m summer move for Juventus superstar Paulo Dybala - dealing a huge blow to Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho has put himself in the frame for the Paris Saint-Germain job after meeting with the club's Qatari president.
Arsenal are considering a swoop for Real Betis defender Aissa Mandi but they won't be able to afford the Algerian's £27m release clause until the summer.
Arsenal are close to promoting former youth star Francis Cagigao as their new head of recruitment following Sven Mislintat's departure from the club.
Manchester United want to sign Leeds star Jack Clarke - but Marcelo Bielsa and Co are confident he will stay.

Daily Mail
Arsenal have made an enquiry to take Eric Bailly on loan until the end of the season but Manchester United have rejected the move.
Rafael Benitez is ready to leave Newcastle at the end of the season if he is not backed with two new signings before the transfer window closes.
Atletico Mineiro right-back and Brazil under-20 international Emerson has attracted interest from clubs in Europe, including Barcelona, Arsenal, Liverpool and Juventus.
Newcastle are speaking to Monaco about Italian defender Antonio Barreca.

Daily Mirror
Liverpool's title charge could receive a massive boost as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to return to full training in early March.
Cesar Azpilicueta is facing being axed by Maurizio Sarri as the Chelsea boss wants the club to back him by bringing in £45m-rated Elseid Hysaj from Napoli.
Bayern Munich want to bring Benjamin Pavard to the club this window, and they're willing to pay Stuttgart an extra €10million to make the deal happen.
RB Leipzig chief Ralf Rangnick says he expects Timo Werner to remain with the Bundesliga club for the next two or three years.
Sporting Lisbon defender and Manchester United target Tiago Djalo is set to complete a transfer to AC Milan.

The Independent
Roma sporting director Monchi is at the top of Arsenal's list to become their new technical director.
Arsenal could be willing to let Aaron Ramsey go to Juventus for £10m in January if they can complete a pair of loan deals for Barcelona's Denis Suarez and Bayern Munich's James Rodriguez.

Daily Express

Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola will meet with Manchester United's board in February to discuss a new contract for the player.
Newcastle have launched a £4.3m bid to sign Gelson Martins from Atletico Madrid on loan as Rafael Benitez could finally land a new recruit.
West Ham have launched an audacious late bid to sign Mario Balotelli from under the noses of Marseille.
Leeds want to sign Polish midfielder Mateusz Bogusz as his current club Ruch Chorzow confirmed that a formal offer has been made.

Daily Telegraph
Pep Guardiola will show Burton Albion no mercy on Wednesday night and has confirmed Kevin De Bruyne will be in the starting line-up for the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg.

Daily Star
Tottenham are hoping to sign Malcom from Barcelona as they identified him as a replacement for injured Harry Kane.
Atletico Madrid want Gelson Martins and Nikola Kalinic to leave the club to free up space for the incoming Alvaro Morata.

Scottish Sun
Ex-Rangers ace Lee McCulloch is set to be appointed as Dundee United's first-team technical coach.
Hibernian don't have any plans to make Efe Ambrose an improved contract offer despite the defender attending the Scottish Cup clash with Elgin City and wearing a club jacket.
Celtic and Chelsea flop Islam Feruz is trying to win a deal with Belgium amateur team RFC Seraing.
Vakoun Issouf Bayo has vowed to score the goals to help Celtic retain their Premiership title as the £2m signing flew into Edinburgh from Paris on Tuesday night.

Daily Record
Aberdeen have written off £150,000 by releasing summer signing Chris Forrester.
Ayr boss Ian McCall has revealed that clubs from Scotland, England and Holland all want to sign Lawrence Shankland.
Manager Gary Caldwell has revealed Partick Thistle have turned down a bid for Aidan Fitzpatrick.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
January 24, 2019

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Paris Saint-Germain look set to beat Chelsea in the race for Zenit St Petersburg star Leandro Paredes and will pay £35m for the Argentinian.


DAILY MAIL

Borussia Dortmund are ready to test Crystal Palace's resolve to keep Wilfried Zaha with a £44m bid for the winger.

Thierry Henry is set to be sacked by Monaco despite being just 15 weeks into a three-year contract.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is facing a five-match ban after being charged by the Football Association for appearing to make a Nazi salute.

Chelsea are keen to sell Michy Batshuayi, who is attracting attention from Everton as well as Italian side Genoa.

Manchester United and Atletico Madrid have made contact with Inter Milan over a possible January transfer move for Croatian winger Ivan Perisic.

West Ham have held further talks with Celta Vigo over a proposed deal for forward Maxi Gomez.

Huddersfield Town are closing on a £2m deal for Charlton Athletic striker Karlan Grant.

THE SUN

Chelsea and Manchester United lead a four-way Premier League chase for Turkish strike prodigy Omer Faruk Beyaz, with Liverpool and Manchester City also interested.

Victor Moses is on his way to Fenerbahce as he was spotted on a flight to Turkey on Wednesday evening.

Liverpool Montevideo youngster Nicolas Acevedo will have scouts from the Premier League's top clubs watching him play against Argentina.

Callum Hudson-Odoi wants his Bayern Munich move thrashed out early next week after Chelsea confirmed the signing of Gonzalo Higuain.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal's interest in Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia could be hijacked by relegation-threatened Fulham, according to reports.

Chelsea flop Alvaro Morata will join Atletico Madrid on Thursday on loan for £4.4m with an option to buy for £43.7m.

Matthijs de Ligt favours a move to Barcelona now close pal Frenkie De Jong has put pen to paper at the Nou Camp.

Sunderland will have to pay £1m to prise Will Grigg away from Wigan Athletic.

Juventus are ready to offer goalkeeper Emil Audero to Arsenal in exchange for Aaron Ramsey in a bid to land the Welshman this month.

Championship promotion rivals Aston Villa and West Brom are in the hunt to land Tyrone Mings.


DAILY EXPRESS

Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde will not consider selling Philippe Coutinho to Chelsea.

Steven Bergwijn is tempted by a move to Old Trafford as Manchester United are eyeing a £25m bid for the PSV Eindhoven ace.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino held showdown transfer talks with PSG ace Adrien Rabiot on Wednesday night.

DAILY STAR

16-year-old defender Billy Koumetio has arrived in England to complete a move to Anfield from US Orleans.

Arsenal are targeting Juventus star Medhi Benatia to fix their defensive troubles.


THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian is in advanced talks to join Juventus on loan until the end of the season, with an option to sign him permanently for £7.1m in the summer.


SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic are on the brink of sealing a £1.75m move for Ukraine international Maryan Shved after his club left him out of their winter training camp to complete the deal.

Nice president Jean-Pierre Rivere has criticised club owners for failing to meet the demands for Rangers ace Alfredo Morelos.

Celtic are set to miss out on Sunderland starlet Josh Maja as the striker prepares to sign for Bordeaux.
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