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Thursday's Newspapers:
August 17 2017

DAILY STAR

Manchester United have ditched plans to sign Tottenham defender Danny Rose.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is closing in on a shock £25m deal for West Brom's Jonny Evans.

Leicester have warned Chelsea that any bid less than £40m for Danny Drinkwater will be treated as a joke.

Tottenham should stick a £200m price tag on Dele Alli in a bid to stop him quitting the club next summer, according to Jermaine Jenas.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United are among a number of Premier League clubs who have reservations about closing the transfer window before the start of the season.

Diego Costa could face the threat of being sued by Chelsea if he ignores the club's requests to return to training.


THE GUARDIAN

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has set his sights on a new striker after signing midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea in a club-record £45m deal.

DAILY MAIL

Ross Barkley has torn a hamstring and needs an operation which will keep him out for three months - and could scupper a move to Tottenham.

Andy Carroll is back in West Ham first-team training at Rush Green with the striker closing in on his Premier League return.

Manchester United and Chelsea have been dealt a blow in their pursuits for Sergi Roberto, after Barcelona revealed how important the player is set to be for them this season.

Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger insists the club's new Chinese owners are fully behind their refusal to sell star centre-back Virgil Van Dijk.

DAILY MIRROR

Tottenham are confident of securing the £20m capture of Paris Saint-Germain right-back Serge Aurier.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he is ready to make a "financial sacrifice" to keep Alexis Sanchez.

Arsene Wenger has also vowed not to sell Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Chelsea.

Arsenal defender Gabriel is poised to join Spain's Valencia in a £10m move.

Manchester City forward Wilfried Bony is set to return to Swansea in a cut-price £13m move.

Watford are close to agreeing a season-long loan deal for Benfica's Peruvian international winger Andre Carrillo.


THE SUN

Burnley have been quoted a staggering £20m by Hull for midfielder Sam Clucas.

West Ham took the decision to sell Sofiane Feghouli to Galatasaray after punishing the winger for missing a young supporters' party.
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Friday's Newspapers:
August 18 2017

THE SUN
Real Madrid could try again to sign David De Gea from Manchester United before the transfer window closes.

Manchester City must pay £35million to prise shock target Jonny Evans away from West Brom.

Chelsea face taking a £20million hit on their asking price for wantaway striker Diego Costa.

Barcelona are closing in on the signing of Paris Saint-Germain winger Angel Di Maria.

DAILY MIRROR
Manchester City are ready to offer £22million for West Brom captain Jonny Evans.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has had a new £63million bid for Juventus defender Alex Sandro rejected.

Manchester United have not given up on Ivan Perisic - with a £39million offer to Inter Milan still on the table.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has hinted other clubs are pursuing midfield target William Carvalho.

Crystal Palace are weighing up a move for Red Bull Leipzig youngster Oliver Burke.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Barcelona will "fight" to sign Philippe Coutinho up until the transfer window closes with the growing expectation that they will soon submit an improved offer after Liverpool flatly rejected a bid of £90million.

Slaven Bilic is confident that he will not be faced with another player demanding to leave West Ham if Liverpool try to replace Philippe Coutinho with Manuel Lanzini.


DAILY MAIL
Tottenham have been outbid by Lyon for Pape Cheikh Diop but the Celta Vigo starlet is won over by the idea of a move to London.

Steve McClaren held positive talks this week over a move to Maccabi Tel Aviv but has decided not to head to Israel for 'personal reasons'.

THE TIMES
Arsenal are considering renewing their long-standing interest in Julian Draxler after Paris Saint-Germain decided that the winger is surplus to requirements following the arrival of Neymar.


DAILY STAR
Manchester City bosses will sell Eliaquim Mangala on the cheap to boost their chances of landing West Brom star Jonny Evans.

Sunderland risk losing record signing Didier Ndong this month with Lyon keen on taking the midfielder back to France.

DAILY EXPRESS
West Ham are ready to hand Manuel Lanzini a new four-year contract and will resist any moves from Liverpool to lure the Argentine to Anfield.

DAILY RECORD
Scotland international Robert Snodgrass is ready to escape from the West Ham wilderness by moving to Newcastle.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
August 19 2017

THE SUN
Antonio Conte has failed in a £63m approach to bring Torino star Andrea Belotti to Stamford Bridge.

DAILY MIRROR
Diego Costa has accused Chelsea of pricing him out of a return to Atletico Madrid.

Meanwhile, Blues manager Antonio Conte has been given the green light to sign Inter Milan midfielder Antonio Candreva.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to sign at least three more players before the close of the transfer window after sealing a deal for Davinson Sanchez.

Arsene Wenger is ready to give defender Calum Chambers another chance at Arsenal after selling Gabriel to Valencia.

Swansea are hopeful of a £15m move for West Brom's Nacer Chadli after selling Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton.

Burnley are set to land Leeds striker Chris Wood in a £15m deal.

Nottingham Forest boss Mark Warburton is targeting midfielder Liam Bridcutt of fellow Championship side Leeds.

Inter Milan are confident of sealing a loan deal for Manchester City misfit Eliaquim Mangala.


THE GUARDIAN
Manchester City will not be held to ransom over Jonny Evans, with Pep Guardiola having identified other options at centre-back should West Brom not agree with their valuation of the Northern Irishman.

DAILY EXPRESS
Mauricio Pellegrino hopes Southampton's Far East takeover will finally put an end to their days as a selling club.

DAILY MAIL
Jose Mourinho has told Antonio Conte that Chelsea cannot blame the £40m sale of Nemanja Matic to Manchester United for their problems.

Barnsley are in advanced discussions with Nice's Chinese billionaire majority shareholder Chien Lee over a takeover.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Arsene Wenger has described his decision to bring Sead Kolasinac to Arsenal as a 'no-brainer'.

Steve Bruce is under increasing pressure but in combative mood after launching a withering attack on the "vile" trolls demanding his sacking at Aston Villa.

DAILY RECORD
Harry Forrester has joined the Rangers exodus to sign for AFC Wimbledon as Pedro Caixinha's clearout continues.

Former Scotland international Garry O'Connor has claimed he could have signed for Arsenal when he left Lokomotiv Moscow in 2007.
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