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Saturday's Newspapers:
October 14 2017

DAILY MAIL

Dele Alli is set to demand more money than Harry Kane in new contract talks with Tottenham.

Diafra Sakho's West Ham contract contains a two-year option.

Under-fire Everton boss Ronald Koeman has been backed by the club's chairman.

Mark Hughes says he would have kept Fabian Delph in midfield rather than convert him to a left-back like Pep Guardiola has.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte could be without N'Golo Kante for as many as seven games.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Antonio Conte has given Chelsea players hope he will stay for the long-term after moving his family to England.


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Newcastle pair Jamaal Lascelles and Mo Diame have apologised to the squad for their training ground fight and offered to buy them all lunch.

Jurgen Klopp says he would quit Liverpool if he believed they could not win the Premier League title.

DAILY STAR
Wayne Rooney is set for a recall into the Everton first-team with Ronald Koeman under pressure.

Jermain Defoe says he told Tottenham that Harry Kane was a special talent when he was just a young teenager.

Mark Hughes says Pep Guardiola would play a midfielder in goal if he could.

DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is growing increasingly frustrated with Mesut Ozil's contract situation.

Roy Hodgson has warned Crystal Palace not to put all the pressure on Wilfried Zaha ahead of his return.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
October 15 2017

STAR ON SUNDAY
•Lionel Messi wants Barcelona to sign Philippe Coutinho and Ander Herrera.
•Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in a deal for Tottenham full-back Danny Rose.
•Manchester United reject Memphis Depay has revealed he expects to play for Real Madrid one day.
SUNDAY MIRROR
•Arsenal and Tottenham are keen to sign Leicester's Riyad Mahrez in the next transfer window.
•Barcelona are preparing to swoop for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk.
•Injured Santi Cazorla faces crunch time to save his Arsenal career, having not played for the Gunners since October 2016.
•Tottenham's new stadium may not be ready for the start of next season.
•Brighton are keen to purchase Newcastle United's Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in January.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
•Pep Guardiola wants Ryan Bertrand to boost Manchester City's title hopes. The City boss will target a left-back and left-sided centre-back in the January sales.
•Everton want Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez as Ronald Koeman's replacement at Goodison Park.
•Bacary Sagna could be on his way to Italy to join Inter or AC Milan, despite interest from Leicester City.
•AC Milan insist they are not making moves to lure Chelsea boss Antonio Conte back to Italy.
•Reece Oxford could be on his way out of West Ham after Slaven Bilic left his future at the club in doubt. Bilic said the youngster's recent Golden Boy nomination doesn't put him on par with the likes of Kylian Mbappe.
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Monday's Newspapers:
October 16 2017

DAILY MAIL
•Manchester City have an eye on Southampton's Ryan Bertrand as they look to bolster their defensive options.
DAILY STAR
•Mesut Ozil looks like holding the key to the future of Arsenal team-mate Alexis Sanchez.
•Phil Jones reckons Manchester United will have the last laugh on their critics come the end of the season.
•Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona could be off after Thiago Alcantara offered himself to his former club, according to reports.
•Dele Alli has revealed that Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino didn't like him when he first joined the club.
•Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has revealed that occasionally he hates his job.


DAILY MIRROR
•Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool will be title challengers this season and beyond.
•Andy Carroll will be hit with a £180,000 fine by West Ham for his red-card against Burnley.
•Mauricio Pochettino has vowed to get on the front foot instead of parking the bus when Tottenham play Real Madrid this week.
•Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are tracking Barcelona starlet Abel Ruiz.
THE GUARDIAN
•Antonio Conte has warned that Chelsea will find it difficult to defend the title after their shock defeat by Crystal Palace and questioned whether his squad is strong enough to compete on several fronts.
•Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City have found the crucial attacking edge they lacked last season.
THE TELEGRAPH
•West Ham United defender Pablo Zabaleta has condemned team-mate Andy Carroll for the "nasty" challenge that led to his dismissal during Saturday's 1-1 draw at Burnley.
•Craig Shakespeare has delivered a stark verdict on the pressures of the Premier League after claiming managers are only four games away from a crisis.
THE SUN
•Emre Can is confident that Liverpool are almost back to their best after drawing 0-0 with Manchester United.
•Wigan Athletic are set for a shock takeover by a wealthy Chinese group.
•Gerard Houllier has revealed that his pursuit for Cristiano Ronaldo at Liverpool collapsed because of the club's wage structure.
•Leonardo Bonucci has revealed that Antonio Conte is the "best" manager that he has worked with.
•Adam Lallana is set to return from injury after next month's international break.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
October 17 2017


DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal are ready to try and find a January buyer for Mesut Ozil.

Liverpool are heading the queue of Premier League big guns hoping to prise exciting young midfielder David Brooks away from Sheffield United.

Mauricio Pochettino has woken up a sleeping giant in Tottenham, insists Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Antonio Conte has delivered two damning post-Crystal Palace assessments of his Chelsea players and is already looking to replace Michy Batshuayi in January as he attempts to cope with injuries and the club's busy fixture schedule.

THE SUN
Arsenal could be major beneficiaries of AC Milan's implosion this season - with Andre Silva set to become available once again.

Carlo Ancelotti will snub AC Milan in the hope of becoming Juventus' new manager in the summer.

Zinedine Zidane has failed to rule out a move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Juan Mata turned down a staggering £375,000-a-week after tax to join the Chinese Super League.

Dave Whelan is set to sell Wigan for £15million to wealthy Chinese group in the next few weeks.

THE GUARDIAN
Jose Mourinho is minded to sign a new contract at Manchester United, but will do so only if he believes the terms reflect his achievements at the club and its current status under him.

DAILY STAR
Cristiano Ronaldo will win the Ballon d'Or this year, says Real Madrid team-mate Isco.

Marcos Alonso is being lined up as a potential replacement for Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba, according to reports.

DAILY MAIL
Manchester City and Barcelona are ready to go head-to-head to sign Borussia Dortmund star Julian Weigl, according to reports.

Manchester United are handing a trial to Swedish midfielder starlet Rines Arifl.

England have been left far from pleased after Borussia Dortmund disrupted their U17 World Cup campaign by calling back Jadon Sancho out of the blue.

Barcelona watched Bayer Leverkusen starlets Jonathan Tah, Julian Brandt and Leon Bailey in action on Sunday, according to reports.

Swansea are discussing a deal for Slovenian left-back Matic Paljk, who is a free agent.

DAILY EXPRESS
Alvaro Morata is primed to lead Chelsea's attack against AS Roma in the Champions League.

Gylfi Sigurdsson admits Everton have yet to see the player who commanded a club-record £45million fee when he switched from Swansea.

THE TIMES
Harry Kane is worth more than the £200million that PSG paid for Neymar, according to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
October 18 2017, 08:58

THE SUN
•PSG will try to lure Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to the club this summer.
•Chris Coleman would be open to talks over the vacant Leicester job.
•Cristiano Ronaldo is refusing to agree a £13.1m settlement after the Spanish taxman took him to court.
•Sporting Lisbon are ready to deal a blow to West Ham and Everton - by tying in-demand midfielder William Carvalho to a new contract.
•Newport boss Michael Flynn signed striker Paul Hayes after finding him on Linkedin.

DAILY MIRROR
•Manchester United are monitoring Espanyol defender Aaron Martin.
•Kevin De Bruyne is set to double his wages at Manchester City with a new deal.
•Southampton face competition from Lille for Barcelona striker Paco Alcacer.
•Liverpool target David Brooks has signed a new long-term deal with Sheffield United.
DAILY EXPRESS
•Leicester City are ready to make Burnley manager Sean Dyche an offer he cannot refuse.
•Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly launched into a stunning rant at his Real Madrid team-mates after their 1-1 Champions League draw with Tottenham.
•Real Madrid star Gareth Bale reportedly fears the La Liga giants may try to include him in any deal for Harry Kane.
•Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has admitted he tried to sign Radja Nainggolan from Roma in the summer.
DAILY STAR
•Christian Benteke is ahead of schedule as he battles back from a knee injury and could even return for Crystal Palace this month.
•Barcelona could sign Max Meyer instead of Philippe Coutinho with Lionel Messi in favour of the move.
THE TELEGRAPH
•Newcastle have reacted sceptically to reports that Turkish businessman Murat Ulker wants to buy the club for £220m.
•Pep Guardiola lavished praise on his Manchester City players before dedicating their impressive Champions League victory over Napoli to the Catalan independence movement.
DAILY MAIL
•Real Madrid will make a sensational summer move for Manchester United teenager Marcus Rashford if Florentino Perez fails to land No 1 target Harry Kane.
•Barcelona are closely tracking Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
October 19 2017

THE SUN

Rafael Benitez has rejected the chance to take over from Ronald Koeman as Everton manager and will stay loyal to Newcastle.

Barcelona are keeping tabs on another Liverpool player, this time teenage star Ben Woodburn.

Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk was also a target for Barcelona but they have moved on to other targets after being priced out of a move.

Newcastle and Stoke have sent scouts to watch Nordine Ibouroi, who plays in France's fourth tier with FC Martigues and recently scored a spectacular goal against Monaco's second string.

DAILY MAIL
Everton, Arsenal and Manchester United are all monitoring Monaco left-back Ruben Vinagre, who has impressed on loan with Wolves.

Sean Dyche will cost Leicester City a compensation package of around £2.5million if they try to make the Burnley boss their next manager.

The Football Association has suffered another blow with highly-rated talent spotter Richard Allen quitting to become director of football at Loughborough University.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Amanda Staveley's takeover of Newcastle has moved a step closer after it emerged she is expected to make a formal bid to buy the club in the next few weeks.

DAILY STAR
Arsenal have made an offer to Real Madrid for striker Karim Benzema.

DAILY MIRROR
Crystal Palace are ready to step up their interest in Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun after he scored twice in their Champions League win over Monaco.

DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United could find out when Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be back in first-team action by the end of October - he is reported to be training at '90 per cent'.

Paris Saint-Germain believe their summer recruitment of sporting director Antero Henrique will be key in tempting Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to leave for France.
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Friday's Newspapers:
October 20 2017


DAILY MIRROR
•Mesut Ozil is so confident he will join Manchester United in January he has started telling Arsenal team-mates a deal is in the bag.
•West Brom teenager Tyler Roberts is set to become the latest young player given a senior call-up by Wales manager Chris Coleman.

THE SUN
•Juan Mata, Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and Phil Jones are set to sign new deals with Manchester United.
•Manchester United scouts were impressed by Benfica wonderkid Umaro Embalo during the UEFA Youth League clash between the sides on Wednesday and could also make a move for his team-mate Joao Felix.
•Arsenal are ditching a £100,000 virtual reality system they were using to boost performance after it started to make players suffer motion sickness.
•Barcelona and Real Madrid could battle it out for Brazil's next big thing - 16-year-old Lincoln, who has taken the U17 World Cup by storm.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Liverpool will rebuff offers from other Premier League clubs for James Milner in January even though he has lost a regular role because of left-back Alberto Moreno's form.
DAILY MAIL
•Barcelona sent sporting director Robert Fernandez to scout Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen in Tottenham's Champions League clash with Real Madrid on Tuesday.
•FA executives were asked seven times for help by a victim of sex discrimination in football before telling her they would not pursue the case.
•Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires will join Inter Milan on loan in January, bringing an end to his spell in China with Jiangsu Suning.
•Manchester City have taken out a trespass injunction after seven daredevils broke into the Etihad Stadium and climbed onto the roof.

DAILY STAR
•Real Madrid regret not selling Gareth Bale to Manchester United over the summer, completing a deal that would have seen them make a move for Kylian Mbappe.
DAILY EXPRESS
•Neymar broke the news of his world record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain at then Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi's wedding.
•Divock Origi says he has had no contact with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp since his summer loan move to Wolfsburg.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
October 21 2017

DAILY EXPRESS
•Barcelona are preparing a January move for Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera.
•Real Madrid are targeting Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin as a replacement for Dani Carvajal.
•Rafael Benitez is considering a shock Newcastle return for playmaker Hatem Ben Arfa, who is surplus to requirements at Paris Saint-Germain.
•Aston Villa have joined Nottingham Forest in a battle to sign Hibernian midfielder John McGinn.
DAILY MIRROR
•Tottenham are ready to step up their bid to sign Everton midfielder Ross Barkley in January.
•Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is ready to add even more attacking options to his squad in January, despite his side's superb goalscoring record in 2017-18.
•West Ham and England goalkeeper Joe Hart was the victim of a moped gang last week near the club's Chadwell Heath training complex - he had a watch, phone and wallet stolen.

DAILY MAIL
•Barcelona are ready to launch their final attack to persuade Liverpool to sell Philippe Coutinho.
THE SUN
•Mesut Ozil is furious over a "campaign" linking him with Manchester United and wants to remain at Arsenal in the long term.
•Manchester City inserted a buy-back clause in the deal that saw teenage star Jadon Sancho join Borussia Dortmund in August.
•Arsenal's efforts to replace Alexis Sanchez with AC Milan forward Andre Silva could be undermined by interest from Barcelona.
•Real Madrid have reached a verbal agreement to sign Brazil U17 star Alan, who is set to join the club next summer from Palmeiras after turning 18.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Former Southampton boss Claude Puel has emerged as a contender to replace Craig Shakespeare as Leicester manager.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
October 22 2017

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Real Madrid are convinced they will land Harry Kane in a stunning transfer from Tottenham next summer.

Manchester United have seen a £5m offer for Aston Villa whizzkid Keinan Davis rejected.


MAIL ON SUNDAY

Kyle Walker asked for a transfer away from Tottenham before the end of last season, according to Mauricio Pochettino.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is set to be offered a new contract by the club.

Everton could profit on young striker Henry Onyekuru without him even playing a game.

SUNDAY MIRROR

West Ham want Roberto Mancini as their next manager if Slaven Bilic is sacked.

David Moyes is being lined up for a sensational return as Everton manager if Ronald Koeman loses the job.

Real Madrid monitoring Borussia Dortmund's English wonderkid Jadon Sancho.

STAR ON SUNDAY

Ronald Koeman's job as Everton manager is on the line if they do not beat Arsenal.
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Monday's Newspapers:
October 23 2017


DAILY MAIL
Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool may miss out on the top four, and criticised his players' desire after their 4-1 defeat to Tottenham.

THE SUN
Alan Shearer says Newcastle can dare to dream if Mike Ashley sells the club, and that it could be the best thing for Rafael Benitez.

DAILY MIRROR
Antonio Conte insists he is not worried about losing his job at Chelsea, as he is not like the club's previous managers.

Ben Mee believes Burnley must tie down Sean Dyche amid interest in their manager from Leicester and Everton.

Rob Elliot says the Newcastle players are excited at the potential takeover of the club.

DAILY STAR
Kobe Bryant says Harry Kane can become a star on the level of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Andrew Surman feels Bournemouth's win at Stoke has slapped down the critics who dismissed them as soft touches.

DAILY EXPRESS
Bernardo Silva will find out today if he is to become the first Premier League player to retrospectively be charged with diving by the FA.

Maya Yoshida says Sofiane Boufal owes Mauricio Pellegrino for his wonder-goal against West Brom, after Boufal made a point of celebrating in front of his manager.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Stoke's board are refusing to panic at the club's recent form, as Mark Hughes denies that they are 'in crisis'.

Sean Dyche says he is worried about the 'moral values of the game' after Bernardo Silva won a controversial penalty against Burnley.

THE GUARDIAN
Ronald Koeman insists he is still the man to turn Everton's season around, after they fell into the relegation zone with a 5-2 defeat at home to Arsenal.
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