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Friday's Newspapers:
13th September 2019

Manchester United will offer Victor Lindelof a new contract to keep the club's back four together for the next five years


THE SUN

•Manchester United will offer Victor Lindelof a new contract to keep the club's back four together for the next five years.
•Mauricio Pochettino held crisis talks with Tottenham's wantaway stars in a bid to get their title challenge back on track.
•The Premier League's integrity has been called into question after refs' boss Mike Riley revealed VAR use will change.
•Inter Milan's Romelu Lukaku claims he was overweight at Manchester United due to a digestive problem.
•Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp will be reviewing their contracts after word spread about Diego Simeone's reported £22m-a-year deal at Atletico Madrid.
•Wayne Rooney believes Harry Kane can overtake him as England's top scorer within three years.
•Andy Carroll must play 20-25 games for Newcastle this season to trigger a contract extension on his one-year-deal.



THE TIMES

•Middlesbrough are set to sue the English Football League alleging that it failed to enforce financial rules over Derby County's purchase of their own stadium.
•Former Team GB cycling coach Sir Dave Brailsford has revealed that he is recovering from prostate cancer.

DAILY MAIL

•Edwin van der Sar says 'we will see' over a possible return to Manchester United as technical director.
•Manchester City have tabled plans for a 'best of both' transfer deadline for Premier League clubs.
•Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer could all be rested from the Twenty20 series in New Zealand in November.


DAILY MIRROR

•Sol Campbell says he is ready for a big job after his managerial baptism of fire at League Two Macclesfield.
•Edwin van der Sar has warned David de Gea he is not irreplaceable at Manchester United.
•Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck is under increasing pressure to find a new Premier League chief executive, after being tasked with finding a replacement for Richard Scudamore.
•Jonny Evans says United's £80m signing of Harry Maguire will prove a bargain over time.



THE GUARDIAN

•Football League clubs should be docked points or fined if they fail to take steps to appoint a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) manager, according to a report.
•Eniola Aluko says legal action must be the next step which should be taken by players to combat online racist abuse.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

•Chris Froome says he wants to be ready to race before the end of the year following his horrific Tour de France crash.
•Stevenage have defended their caretaker manager Mark Sampson after allegations of racism were made against him by a former member of their coaching staff.


DAILY RECORD

•Scott Brown reveals he has had to deal with sickening abuse about his late sister throughout his career after an incident outside Ibrox last weekend.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
14th September 2019

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Super-agent Mino Raiola is targeting Wilfried Zaha as his next client as the Crystal Palace star gets set to sack current representative Will Salthouse.
Wolves owners Fosun are looking to attract fresh investment to help bankroll their ambitious attempts to break into the Premier League's top six.
Everton boss Marco Silva insists Michael Keane can move past his England howler and benefit from experience.
The EFL are planning to close the sale-and-lease-back loophole that has allowed several Championship clubs, including Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading, to sell their stadiums to sister companies to enable them to comply with Financial Fair Play rules.
Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham's season could face more disruption with rumours heading into the January transfer window.
Huddersfield Town had to quadruple their initial offer in order to lure Danny Cowley from Lincoln City as manager this week.


daily telegraph

Quique Sanchez Flores insists his previous differences with Watford have been solved on his return as manager.
Crystal Palace Women striker Gemma Bryan has criticised her club for its lack of support over her ACL injury.


the sun

Ipswich striker James Norwood is set to make his debut in the wrestling ring.
Emmanuel Adebayor has wound up Arsenal fans on Instagram with jokes that they won't win the title.
Chris Smalling will have a scan on his injury as he continues waiting for his Roma debut.


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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has told his unsettled stars to knuckle down and fight for their places.
Jurgen Klopp has challenged his Liverpool players to rediscover their winning mentality and take it through to Christmas.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
15th September 2019


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David Beckham is stepping up his bid to sign Lionel Messi for his MLS club Inter Miami FC.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford to concentrate on football after Lingard launched his own fashion label last Christmas.
Sam Allardyce is open to a return to management - and has his sights set on a Sunderland comeback.
Juventus want Nemanja Matic on free transfer after missing out on his Manchester United team-mate Paul Pogba.


mail on sunday

UEFA's top referees chief has urged Premier League officials to use pitch-side monitors instead of relying on VAR for big decisions.


sunday mirror

Floyd Mayweather has claimed he will fight Manny Pacquiao in an exhibition bout in Tokyo.


sunday express

Manchester United had scouts checking out Kosovo striker Vedat Muriqi when he scored against England at Wembley on Tuesday night.
Samuel Eto'o has revealed that he and former Inter Milan team-mates keep in touch with Jose Mourinho through their Whatsapp group.


sunday telegraph

Chelsea are putting the finishing touches to Callum Hudson-Odoi's new five-year contract.
Richarlison is a different player to the one sent off against Bournemouth last season, says Everton boss Marco Silva.


daily star sunday

Manchester United star Nemanja Matic is wanted by a trio of Serie A big hitters, Juventus, Inter and AC Milan.


sunday mail

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has begged Scotland fans to keep faith with captain Andy Robertson.
Steven Gerrard wants to include more players in Rangers' Europa League squad - but says UEFA's crazy rules are stopping him.
Celtic left-back Boli Bolingoli has backed Celtic to blast through the Europa League group stage and reach the semi-final of the competition.
Aberdeen midfielder Jon Gallagher, at Pittodrie on loan from MLS side Atlanta United, suffered a suspected broken leg in their 1-1 draw with St Johnstone on Saturday.
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Monday's Newspapers:
16th September 2019


daily star

Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to go head-to-head with one another to tempt manager Jurgen Klopp and star defender Virgil van Dijk from Liverpool.


daily mail

An Italian TV pundit has been widely condemned and banned from the channel after a racist remark about Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku.


the sun

Kevin De Bruyne believes history can repeat itself and Manchester City will once again hunt down Liverpool in the Premier League title race.
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has threatened to play for Nigeria if Gareth Southgate doesn't hurry up and pick him again for England.
Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois want N'Golo Kante at Real Madrid after the Chelsea midfielder was linked with a sensational move to Spain.
Arsenal are set to beat Manchester United in the race for the signature of Sunderland teenager Logan Pye.


daily mirror

UEFA referee chief Roberto Rosetti has hit out at the Premier League's use of VAR after Mike Riley admitting that four VAR decisions had been incorrect in matches before the international break.
Ashley Young says Manchester United are "very close" to turning a corner under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.


the guardian

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City can learn and refocus after humbling defeat away to Norwich City.


the times

Owen Farrell has been forced to make changes to his tackling technique to avoid being caught in a World Cup crackdown on dangerous play.


daily telegraph

Tammy Abraham says he is "living the dream" and setting his sights on becoming a club legend after finally being given his chance in a Chelsea shirt.
Dean Smith is backing "football nut" Jack Grealish to spark his season into life and push Aston Villa up the Premier League table aa they prepare to play West Ham on Monday Night Football.


daily record

Feyenoord boss Jaap Stam fears they will face a nervous night at Ibrox on Thursday if they repeat their recent defensive lapses against Rangers in the Europa League.


scottish sun

Ex-Rangers and Hibs striker Jason Cummings is ready to turn his back on Scotland to play for Australia.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
17th September 2019


daily telegraph

Gareth Southgate's England assistant Steve Holland will be in the Stamford Bridge stands to run the rule over Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on Tuesday night.
Mark Dempsey, one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first-team coaches, is expected to return to work with Manchester United next month after a period of sick leave.
Kick It Out has been plunged into fresh turmoil after Garth Crooks quit over the appointment of Sanjay Bhandari as its new chairman.
London Broncos hooker James Cunningham could face a ban of at least eight matches after being charged over a racial abuse allegation.


daily mail

Arsenal defender Rob Holding is ready to declare himself fully fit following his 10-month injury hell to leave creaky centre-half pairing Sokratis and David Luiz in jeopardy.
Pep Guardiola is contemplating shaking up Manchester City's defence after the weekend's shambolic capitulation at Norwich.
Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte has lashed out at the Italian media for their "fixation" with formations and explained that the press in England "didn't give a damn".
Former Sheffield United chairman Kevin McCabe has been told he will not be welcome at Bramall Lane if he fights the High Court ruling which awards full control of the club to his co-owner Prince Abdullah.
Graham Ford has emerged as a leading candidate to become England's new coach as they plan for life after Trevor Bayliss.


daily mirror

Jurgen Klopp has laughed off suggestions from his agent that he could end up leaving Liverpool because of the weather.
Tyson Fury will have the option of seeing a Harley Street skin specialist this week to ensure he is ready to face Deontay Wilder.


the sun

Kyle Walker is facing a battle to hold onto his spot in the Manchester City team - just weeks after losing his England place.
Martin Dubravka is close to signing a new deal at Newcastle.
Andriy Shevchenko's son is training at Chelsea's youth academy - and could qualify to represent England through his residency status.
AC Milan are braced for a staggering takeover bid from the world's second most valuable man Bernard Arnault.


the times

Liverpool supporters have been warned not to wear club colours in Naples city centre and to stay in their hotels to eat and drink before Tuesday's Champions League opener.
Pep Guardiola may hand Joao Cancelo his first Manchester City start in the wake of Saturday's shock defeat by Norwich.
A private equity firm has gained an unprecedented influence over European rugby after striking a deal worth more than £300m for a share in the Six Nations.
Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid are set to lose their central England Test contracts when the new list is announced this week.


daily record

Rangers and Celtic have entered a new six-team cross-border competition after withdrawing from the SPFL Reserve League.
Christopher Jullien has set his sights on the Europa League and declared Celtic's desire for success means they're in it to win it.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
18th September 2019


the sun

Mason Greenwood is set for his second senior Manchester United start in Thursday's Europa League opener at home to Astana.
Unai Emery ordered Arsenal's players to show "solidarity" to the outside world during a team dinner called straight after the Watford debacle.
Manchester United defender Eric Bailly is set to move onto the next stage of rehab in his bid to return early from knee surgery.
Daniel Sturridge could face another ban over betting offences, despite now playing in Turkey.
Italian giants queuing up for Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic face competition from Borussia Dortmund.
Monaco midfielder Aleksandr Golovin snubbed a move to Chelsea over fears it would be "too hard" at Stamford Bridge.
Wembley is set to be confirmed as host stadium for the 2023 Champions League final next week.
Premier League clubs are mulling a potential £50m hardship fund to resolve the EFL cash crisis.


daily mail

Southend United want to hire Celtic and Sweden legend Henrik Larsson as their new manager.
Barcelona are already going to incredible lengths to make sure no club in Europe is in a position to steal teenage sensation Ansu Fati away from them.
Premiership clubs are threatening legal action to demand Saracens' are expelled from the league if the champions contest any guilty verdict arising from their alleged breach of the salary cap.


daily mirror

Xherdan Shaqiri admits he has struggled with his lack of game time at Liverpool.
Sunderland's takeover by a consortium of America billionaires moved a step closer on Tuesday night.
Andy Carroll could make Newcastle's squad for the first time against Brighton on Saturday.
Jofra Archer will be given a bumper England deal - worth more than £1m - across all formats after his sensational summer.
Johanna Konta has pulled out of the China Open with a knee injury and looks set to miss the WTA Championships.


daily telegraph

A second Kick It Out trustee has confirmed he has quit - and a third could soon follow - in the wake of Sanjay Bhandari's appointment as its new chairman.


the times

World Rugby has admitted that a private equity firm's decision to buy a stake in the Six Nations is a threat to its plans for the game.


scottish sun

Hearts could make a stunning move for Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson if they axe under-fire Craig Levein.


daily record

Daniel Arzani has made his long-awaited return from injury as Celtic reserves drew 1-1 with Hibs.
Odsonne Edouard insists he is going nowhere as he focuses on leading Celtic to nine in a row.
Christophe Berra has warned his team-mates to toughen up now or get out of Tynecastle if they cannot cope with the crisis that has dragged Hearts to the foot of the Premiership.
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19th September 2019

THE SUN
Inter Milan want Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud to boost their striking options in January.
Liverpool, Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to do battle over the signing of Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz in January.
Mason Mount has an 'outside chance' of playing for Chelsea against Liverpool on Sunday after scans showed no significant damage to the ankle he injured against Valencia.
Jack Clarke could be heading back to Tottenham after being frozen out of Marcelo Bielsa's plans since re-joining Leeds United on loan.
DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United are turning their attentions to fresh terms for Jesse Lingard and Mason Greenwood after securing Victor Lindelof to a new contract on Wednesday.
Russia star Alexander Kokorin returned to Zenit St Petersburg on Wednesday, a day after being released from jail over hooliganism charge.
Steven Gerrard has snapped back at former Liverpool team-mate Emile Heskey after comments on his managerial credentials.
Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel has admitted Neymar 'did everything in his power' to leave the club over the summer.
THE GUARDIAN
Chelsea have opened talks with in-form striker Tammy Abraham and young defender Fikayo Tomori over new contracts.
England players and staff have told not to use their mobile phones on World Cup matchdays amid the Wales betting scandal that has rocked the tournament in Japan.
The Football Association is examining claims that a promising deaf footballer was abused and goaded about his disability during an FA Youth Cup game.
DAILY MAIL
Former Tottenham and Fulham midfielder Lewis Holtby is in talks over a move to Blackburn - he is a free agent after being released by Hamburg.
The French League Cup will cease to exist after the 2019-20 season after authorities failed to secure a broadcast partner for France's second cup competition.
QPR are set to make a move for free agent goalkeeper Heinz Lindner - an Austria international - who has been invited to the club to train by Mark Warburton.
Bradford City have held takeover talks with two interested parties - but owner Stefan Rupp wants at least £10m.
DAILY RECORD
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been included in Colombia's provisional squad for two friendlies next month after missing out on selection for their last two games.
Hearts supremo Ann Budge has backed under-fire boss Craig Levein to turn the team's fortunes around.
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has been forced into deleting his Twitter account after being subjected to abuse.
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Ross Barkley has played down suggestions of a row with Willian and Tammy Abraham over Chelsea's penalty-taking duties and insisted he is ready to step up again if asked. (London Evening Standard)
Bournemouth are set to offer reported Everton target, Ryan Fraser, a new deal in the hopes of keeping him on the south coast. (Bournemouth Echo)
Manchester United fans want to see the club sign RB Salzburg striker Erling Haaland following his exceptional performance on his Champions League debut. (Manchester Evening News)
Football icon Xavi has tipped Manchester City star Raheem Sterling to become the next best player in the world after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. (Manchester Evening News)
Former Celtic, Barcelona and Manchester United forward Henrik Larsson could well be managing in League One with Southend having targeted the Swede as their new boss. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has revealed that Aston Villa were interested in signing him this summer. (Birmingham Mail)

Manchester United hope to convince 26-year-old France midfielder Paul Pogba to sign a new contract. England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 26, and 17-year-old England Under-21 forward Mason Greenwood are also in line for new deals. (Standard)

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes says Pogba would not be a "big loss" if he left the Old Trafford club. (Talksport)

Fuming Real Madrid fans have called for Zinedine Zidane to be sacked as Real Madrid boss after Paris St-Germain thrashed his side in the Champions League. (Sun)

Juventus rejected the chance to sign Dani Alves this summer before the 36-year-old Brazil defender joined Sao Paulo on a free transfer. (Calciomercato)


Manchester United sent an official to watch Norwegian forward Erling Haaland, 19, as the son of former Manchester City forward Alf-Inge Haaland introduced himself to the European stage by scoring a hat-trick for Red Bull Salzburg on his Champions League debut. (Salzburger Nachrichten, via Sport Witness)

Blackburn are in talks to sign former Tottenham and Fulham midfielder Lewis Holtby, with the 29-year-old Germany international a free agent after leaving Hamburg last season. (Mail)

Everton are interested in signing 19-year-old Northern Irish striker David Parkhouse, who is currently on loan at Derry City from Sheffield United. (Football Insider)

Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale speaks perfect Spanish, according to former Wales boss Chris Coleman. Bale has previously been criticised by fellow Welshman John Toshack for not learning Spanish since joining Real in 2013. (Athletic, via Marca)

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, 33, is considering retiring from international duty with Germany after next year's European Championships. (Bild - in German)

Borussia Dortmund's 19-year-old English winger Jadon Sancho, a Manchester United target, has refused to rule out leaving the German club next summer. (Viasport, via Metro)

Manchester United are monitoring German coach Thomas Tuchel's situation at Paris St-Germain in case they decide to replace manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (Le10 Sport, via Sport Witness)

Defender Virgil van Dijk, 28, has dismissed suggestions he is close to agreeing a new contract with Liverpool. (Sky Sports, via Mail)

Chelsea have opened talks with forward Tammy Abraham and defender Fikayo Tomori to give the English 21-year-olds new five-year contracts. (Guardian)

Tottenham are considering whether to recall English winger Jack Clarke from his loan spell at Leeds with the 19-year-old yet to make a league appearance this season. (Mail)

Uefa will confirm Wembley Stadium as the host venue for the 2023 Champions League final next week. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal have made an approach to sign 18-year-old Hungary midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai from Red Bull Salzburg. (Football.London)

Gunners boss Unai Emery sent his players on a team bonding night in London hours after their woeful display against Watford on Sunday. (Mirror)

American businessmen Dave Checketts and Alan Paceremain interested in buying Sheffield United if Prince Abdullah decides to sell the club. (Mail)
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20th September 2019


the sun

Jose Mourinho is laying the groundwork to make a return to Real Madrid if they lose patience with under-fire head coach Zinedine Zidane.
Mason Greenwood will sign a new deal with Manchester United before his 18th birthday on October 1.
Barcelona have joined Manchester United in the chase for Red Bull Salzburg hotshot Erling Braut Haaland.
Watford are trying to beat off competition from Hull City for the signature of Malmo prospect Kevin Harletun who will be available for just £140,000 in compensation.
Deontay Wilder says he wants to fight Andy Ruiz Jr before a rematch with Tyson Fury.
England's World Cup preparations could be rocked by a huge beer festival at the team hotel.


daily mirror

Industry insiders believe increased personal investment from owner Stan Kroenke was behind Arsenal's surprising summer transfer splurge.
Questions are being asked why it took the Football Association two years to issue a ban to Peter Beardsley over his treatment of players at Newcastle.


daily express

Crystal Palace, West Ham and Everton are all waiting to find out if Tottenham will recall Jack Clarke from his loan spell at Leeds United and could make moves for him in January.


daily mail

Barcelona expect to become the first club to generate over one billion euros in revenue in a single season.
Rob Howley's World Cup exit for allegedly breaking gambling regualtions is set to cost him the chance of his first permanent senior coaching role with Italy.


daily telegraph

Football's governing bodies have been urged to bring in temporary concussion substitutes as soon as next season as part of proposals to overhaul the management of head injuries.
The RFU is not concerned about Eddie Jones' high-profile Japanese endorsements ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
Rory Burns and Jofra Archer will earn their first England central contracts on Friday when the first round of deals are announced at Lord's by Ashley Giles.


the times

Ollie Pope is set to be named in the squad for England's two-Test tour of New Zealand, with openers Dominic Sibley and Zak Crawley fighting it out for the final batting spot.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
21st September 2019


the times

Liverpool paid a £1m settlement to Manchester City after their Premier League rivals made a complaint that their scouting system had been hacked into.
Mason Greenwood could make his first Premier League start of the season for Manchester United on Sunday against West Ham after his match-winning heroics in the Europa League.
Rick Parry, the first chief executive of the Premier League who went on to perform the same role at Liverpool, is set to be appointed the new chairman of the Football League.


the sun

Xabi Alonso, Jose Mourinho and Max Allegri are among the favourites to replace Zinedine Zidane as Real Madrid boss.
Manchester United are in talks with Angel Gomes as Barcelona prepare to snatch the academy star on a free transfer.
Arsenal and Manchester United are on alert, with Samuel Umtiti and Ivan Rakitic set for Barcelona exits.
Wilfried Zaha has launched a stinging attack on his Crystal Palace team-mates and told them he can't carry the side on his own.
Steve Bruce is ready to unleash Andy Carroll today - now the striker has the right size screws in his ankle.


daily mirror

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United will again be without Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw for Sunday's trip to West Ham.
Robert Pires has told Arsenal fans they must be patient with summer signing Nicolas Pepe after the Ivory Coast international has yet to hit the heights of last season at Lille.
Gareth Bale has offered a fresh snub to Real Madrid after seemingly refusing to hold the team pennant for a photo before their loss against PSG in the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp says Andy Robertson is one of Liverpool's most consistently excellent performers, who has nothing to prove to anyone.


daily mail

Frank Lampard has warned Callum Hudson-Odoi to prepare for the hard work to begin after the teenager committed his future to Chelsea.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has branded Chelsea's Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount as "£60m players" and has claimed their transfer ban "didn't hit Chelsea that bad".
Players who claim to have been bullied by Peter Beardsley have called on the FA to investigate the former England forward in light of his seven-month ban for racially abusing Newcastle's young black players.
West Brom are locked in a legal dispute with their own fans over a controversial loan made to former owner Jeremy Peace before his £200m sale of the club to Guochuan Lai.
Unai Emery is ready to hand Rob Holding his comeback in one of Arsenal's next two matches.
Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte believes the issue of racism in Italy is getting worse and wants his country to adopt the same 'zero tolerance' approach as in England.


daily express

Rafael Nadal has revealed he is dealing with a wrist injury, putting his participation in the Laver Cup in doubt.
Leicester star James Maddison has been urged to snub Manchester United's interest because he is at the "perfect club" and working under a very talented coach, says his former manager Steven Pressley


daily star

Real Madrid have drawn up a list of three potential replacements for under-fire boss Zinedine Zidane. The list includes Raul, Jose Mourinho and Massimiliano Allegri.


daily record

Steven Gerrard has told spit shame star Eros Grezda he isn't fit to wear the shirt and will never kick a ball for Rangers again.
Kilmarnock are keen on former Everton striker Victor Anichebe.
Under-fire Craig Levein last night revealed he's had calls from agents recommending candidates for his own job - because they don't know he is also the Hearts manager.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
22nd September 2019


sunday express
Tottenham have identified Leicester's James Maddison as a potential transfer target to replace Christian Eriksen.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz, who is also attracting interest from Manchester City and Liverpool.


mail on sunday
Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel is being tracked by Manchester United, in case Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fails to improve results.
Daniel James has travelled with the Manchester United squad to London ahead of Sunday's game against West Ham after a knock ruled him out of Europa League action in midweek.
England's World Cup opener against Tonga could be disrupted with Rugby World Cup organisers issuing an 'extreme weather warning'.


sunday telegraph
The RFU has been forced to seek outside financial donations for the first time as its cash crisis meant it could not provide Eddie Jones with the World Cup budget he wanted.
Russia are set to face exclusion from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics over suspected data tampering at a drug-testing lab in Moscow.



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Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has blamed the club's board for not signing Christian Eriksen and Donn Van de Beek this summer.
Former Manchester United midfielder Anderson has retired from football at the age of 31.
Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Wolves have been warned anti-social behaviour will be "dealt with robustly" this weekend when the four clubs travel to London.


sunday mirror
Real Madrid duo Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric have surprisingly been included in the FIFA FIFPro Men's World XI for the second season in a row.


sunday times
Ben Foster admitted he could have conceded 12 goals as Watford were routed 8-0 by Manchester City.


the observer
Jamie George believes England may be forced to adopt a coded sign language during lineouts against Tonga because of the unique loud atmosphere expected in the Sapporo Dome.


sunday mail
Rangers could face Porto in an empty stadium with the Portuguese side being charged by UEFA after racist chants were picked up by broadcasters in their 2-1 Europa League win over Young Boys.
Kilmarnock are keen on signing former Everton striker Victor Anichebe.
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