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Monday's Newspapers:
3rd June 2019



DAILY MAIL

•Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot has been offered a £170,000-a-week contract to join Manchester United this summer, according to reports.
•Tottenham will back Mauricio Pochettino this summer and attempt to sign Real Betis' Giovani Lo Celso, Lyon's Tanguy Ndombele, Celta Vigo's Maxi Gomez and Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon.
•Bayern Munich will hold out for £20m for defender Jerome Boateng amid reported interest from Arsenal and Manchester United.
•Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has advised Matthijs de Ligt to sign for Manchester City.
•Inter Milan's 22-year-old goalkeeper Ionut Radu has emerged as a potential target for Arsenal this summer as manager Unai Emery searches for a second-choice option.



THE SUN


•Romelu Lukaku's move to Inter Milan is under threat - because the club are in a desperate race to raise £40m to meet financial fair play rules.
•Chelsea are reportedly eyeing up a potential move for their former assistant manager Steve Holland should Maurizio Sarri leave in the summer.



THE TIMES


•Real Madrid are considering offering three players - including Gareth Bale, Isco and James Rodriguez - in a potential swap deal for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.



DAILY MAIL


•Manchester United are still interested in signing Kieran Trippier from Tottenham but are concerned Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will price them out of a move.
•Manchester United will have to improve on their offer worth over £100m to Benfica if they wish to land wonderkid Joao Felix this summer.
•The EFL want to clamp down on social media 'point-scoring' from clubs' Twitter accounts and are expected to communicate a policy with clubs later this week.
•England manager Gareth Southgate will have a 'heart-to-heart' with captain Harry Kane before making a call on his fitness for the Nations League finals.



DAILY RECORD

•Leighton Baines will not be joining Rangers despite speculation the Everton left-back was on the verge of a move to Ibrox.



DAILY STAR


•Arsenal manager Unai Emery will meet with the club's board this week to thrash out the club's summer transfer strategy.
•Arsenal ace Xavier Amaechi is looking to leave the club amid interest from Bayern Munich after Unai Emery snubbed him in the Europa League final.
•Tottenham star Kieran Trippier is being lined up to be Maurizio Sarri's first signing when he takes over at Juventus.
•Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri will leave the club and become the new manager of Juventus in the next 48 hours.



DAILY EXPRESS


•Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has has two transfer targets if the Bin Zayed Group's takeover is completed - Venezuela forward Jan Hurtado of Argentine club Gimnasia La Plata and Paris St-Germain's 28-year-old German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp.


THE GUARDIAN

•Phil Neville has been using sauna sessions to prepare his England Women side for the heat during the World Cup in France.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
4th June 2019



THE INDEPENDENT

•James Maddison is a target for Manchester United and could cost the club £60m.



DAILY MIRROR


•Juventus have joined the race to sign Ajax's Matthijs de Ligt, tabling a £75m bid.
•James Maddison, Maxi Gomez, Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon are summer targets for Tottenham.
•Manchester United are set to enquire about the availability of Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka after cooling their interest in Tottenham's Kieran Trippier.
•Everton face paying up to £40m if they want to bring Lyon's Bertrand Traore to Goodison Park.
•Paris Saint-Germain have expressed their intent in signing Romelu Lukaku, with Inter Milan also interested.
•Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj has put Premier League clubs on red alert by saying he wants to leave the Serie A club this summer.



DAILY EXPRESS


•Manchester rivals United and City are embroiled in a £120m battle with Real Madrid for Benfica whizzkid Joao Felix.
•Divock Origi has been offered a new deal by Liverpool and the Reds are confident he will commit long term.



THE TIMES


•Arsenal could face a battle to keep Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after Chinese clubs again tried to sign the striker by offering to pay him nearly £300,000 a week.


DAILY STAR


•Arsenal are to launch a double bid for Sampdoria duo Dennis Praet and Joachim Andersen for £37m this summer.
•Bournemouth are eyeing a £13m swoop for Fiorentina goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski.
•Middlesbrough want Dwight Gayle to be the striker to fire them to promotion to the Premier League next season.
•Jordan Rhodes has been priced out of his dream move to the Premier League with newly-promoted Norwich.




THE SUN


•West Ham will aim to sign Fenerbahce captain Kaldirim who has just a £4.4m release clause.
•Inter Milan are ready to test West Ham's resolve to keep Marko Arnautovic.
•Manchester City are lining up a £50m move for Juventus right-back Joao Cancelo.
•Maurizio Sarri will try to beat Manchester United to signing Kalidou Koulibaly if he becomes Juventus boss.
•Richarlison has admitted that interest from Manchester United is flattering, but insists he is happy playing at Everton.



THE DAILY TELEGRAPH


•Chelsea are locked in talks over the exits of both Maurizio Sarri and Eden Hazard in what promises to be another summer of change, even if the club remain banned from signing new players.
•Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani is in Doha to discuss Qatar taking a stake in the Sky Bet Championship club, which narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League.
•Chris Hughton will hold talks with West Brom in the next 48 hours as he considers making a return to management.



DAILY MAIL


•Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are set for a £180m battle over Mohamed Salah this summer.
•Arsenal have held talks over a £20m move for Paris Saint-Germain defender Thomas Meunier but fear it could fall through due to their failure to qualify for the Champions League.
•Sevilla are set to appoint ex-Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui after caretaker coach Joaquin Caparros stepped aside.
•American businessman Mark Campbell is in line to become the new majority shareholder of Sunderland, taking a 74 per cent stake in the club.



DAILY RECORD


•Ashley Cole's departure from Derby could have a knock-on-effect for Aberdeen loan defender Max Lowe, who could be recalled by the Rams.
•Steve Clarke is exploring a possible Scotland call-up for West Ham defender Ryan Fredericks.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
5th June 2019




DAILY MIRROR


•Atletico Madrid are confident of confirming the signing of Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso.
•Manuel Lanzini is in line for a new five-year contract at West Ham as they try to fend off Fenerbahce.
•Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has told Real Madrid he has no intention of selling Christian Eriksen this summer.
•Ryan Fraser expects his future to be determined on deadline day as Bournemouth dig their heels in.
•England are out to make history in the first Nations League finals, says Marcus Rashford.



DAILY STAR


•James Maddison is a summer target for Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham.



THE INDEPENDENT


•Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could choose a return to Juventus as Real Madrid dither over a potential deal.



DAILY MAIL


•England's Nations League semi-final with Holland on Thursday night will feel like a home match - with around 20,000 Three Lions supporters expected in Portugal.
•Derby appear to be preparing for life after Frank Lampard and have made checks on Charlton manager Lee Bowyer.
•Plans to radically restructure European club football after 2021 will be blocked by an Anglo-German alliance, according to the acting head of the German FA.
•Manchester United have identified Frankfurt's Sebastien Haller as a potential replacement for Romelu Lukaku.
•Tottenham have joined Manchester United in keeping tabs on Norwich starlet Ben Godfrey.




DAILY TELEGRAPH


•Jay Rodriguez could leave West Brom this summer for just £5m due to a release clause inserted last year.



THE SUN


•Arsenal are ready to reward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with a new £200,000-a-week deal.
•Newcastle are keen on a cut-price deal for Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann.
•Juventus chief Fabio Paratici has told Maurizio Sarri he is not the only person in the frame to become their new manager.
•Antoine Griezmann is in a state of limbo after admitting he doesn't know when he will be able to find a new club.



THE TIMES


•Liverpool have until September to proceed with existing plans to expand Anfield or pursue a bigger project that could raise the capacity past 60,000.
•Premier League clubs will decide whether to become the first football competition to show VAR replays on big screens in stadiums when the system is introduced into the top flight next season.
•Freddie Ljungberg will join Unai Emery's first-team coaching staff at Arsenal next season as part of a substantial reshuffle after the coach's disappointing first campaign.
•Opposition from England and Germany will block radical changes to the Champions League that are being proposed by several if Europe's top clubs, the president of Borussia Dortmund has claimed.



DAILY RECORD


•Neil Lennon is convinced getting Leigh Griffiths back firing will be like landing a £6m striker on a free.
•Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is set to snatch Celtic target James Justin from the Hoops.
•Porto could be ready to enter a bidding war with Marseille for Celtic star Olivier Ntcham.



SCOTTISH SUN


•Mark Warburton has made a double swoop to sign Lee Wallace and Liam Kelly for QPR
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Thursday's Newspapers:
6th June 2019


THE GUARDIAN

•Real Madrid are set to sign Eden Hazard after agreeing a €100m fee with Chelsea.



THE SUN


•Rodri has fueled talk of a move to Man City, asking Atletico Madrid for 'space' to make a decision on his future.
•Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta is set to return to Italy as Roma launch a transfer bid.
•Matthijs De Ligt has been urged to snub Manchester United in favour of Liverpool.
•Premier League newcomers Norwich and Aston Villa are both tracking Antwerp and Ghana right-back Daniel Opare, who may be available for just £500,000.
•Tottenham are reportedly making a £40m bid to land Roma star Nicola Zaniolo.
•Barcelona are reported to have shortlisted Arsenal star Sead Kolasinac in their transfer targets this summer.
•Manchester City's young midfielder Taylor Richards, 18, is a target for Inter Milan.
•Brighton head a queue of clubs after Genk striker Mbwana Samatta.



DAILY MAIL


•Andre Gomes has paved the way for a permanent move to Everton after rejecting an offer from West Ham.
•Antonio Conte has put Gareth Bale top of his transfer wishlist as the new Inter Milan boss gets to work building his side.
•Real Madrid will listen to offers for Isco as Zinedine Zidane tries to free up funds to overhaul the La Liga giants.
•Manchester City are fearing a Champions League ban and have launched a legal challenge to halt UEFA's investigation.
•Southampton have had a bid of £8million rejected by Sky Bet Championship club Birmingham City for striker Che Adams.
•Manchester United are ready to hold off any approaches for France midfielder Paul Pogba




THE TIMES


•Paris Saint-Germain are set to make a bid for Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea after the French club announced the departure of Gianluigi Buffon.
•Tottenham will ask for more than £100m for Christian Eriksen after he admitted for the first time that he wants to leave this summer.



THE SCOTTISH SUN


•Celtic are interested in landing Phil Jagielka following his Everton release.



THE DAILY RECORD


•Eros Grezda has no Rangers future and his signing raises questions over recruitment.



DAILY STAR


•Arsenal are scouting Dayot Upamecano... but Barcelona's Samuel Umtiti is Unai Emery's No1 choice this summer.
•Barcelona rejected the chance to sign new Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic.
•Manchester United will unveil Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes as their first signing of the summer after the Nations League finals.
•Wilfried Zaha has revealed the shocking extent of racist abuse he suffers in football.



DAILY EXPRESS


•Harry Kane has declared himself fit for Nations League action but manager Gareth Southgate refused point blank to say if he would pick him.
•Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham are all interested in £13.2m-rated Stuttgart and Turkey defender Ozan Kabak.
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Friday's Newspapers:
7th June 2019



DAILY MAIL


•Neymar rejects a move to Real Madrid as the Brazilian tells Paris Saint-Germain it's 'Barcelona or nothing'.
•Tottenham may have to offer Danny Rose on top of a transfer fee to sign Lucas Digne from Everton.
•Leicester and England defender Harry Maguire is set to reject a move to Manchester United, in favour of a switch to Premier League champions Manchester City.
•Leicester midfielder James Maddison wants to stay at the club, despite interest from Manchester United and Tottenham.




THE SUN


•James Maddison 'tells Leicester he wants to stay', despite Manchester United and Tottenham interest.
•Kurt Zouma is among the stars Chelsea are set to keep at the club next season because of their transfer ban.
•Manchester United are targeting two big signings this month before commencing pre-season training.
•Striker Salomon Rondon is set for talks with Fenerbahce after Newcastle's plans to make his loan deal from West Brom permanent hit a brick wall.


DAILY RECORD

•Liverpool are set to make decisions on a number of fringe stars, including Nathaniel Clyne, Ryan Kent and Harry Wilson - and it's believed they could bank as much as £100m from sales.




DAILY MIRROR


•Unai Emery has launched an end-of-season inquest into Arsenal's Premier League collapse.
•Belgium winger Yannick Carrasco is edging closer to a move to Arsenal from Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang.



THE INDEPENDENT


•Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans, who spent last season on loan at Leicester City from Monaco, is wanted at Old Trafford if France's World Cup winner Paul Pogba decides to leave United in the summer.


DAILY STAR


•Tottenham have been offered Paris St-Germain's German international forward Julian Draxler as a potential replacement for Christian Eriksen, if he leaves.
•Everton have told Tottenham they want left-back Danny Rose and let Lucas Digne leave Goodison Park.




SCOTTISH SUN


•Rangers are considering a £500,000 swoop for Royal Antwerp defender Daniel Opare as a possible replacement for skipper James Tavernier.
•Rangers are reportedly interested in a move for Martin Olsson, who was released by Swansea at the end of the season.
•Former Wales star Carl Robinson has applied for the Kilmarnock job.



DAILY EXPRESS


•Sheffield United may hijack Celtic's bid to sign Phil Jagielka.



THE GUARDIAN


•Aston Villa will complete the signing of Anwar El Ghazi from Lille in the next 24 hours.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
8th June 2019

Real Madrid are targeting an audacious Paul Pogba transfer - and will offer Manchester United Gareth Bale in a swap deal



DAILY MIRROR
Real Madrid are targeting an audacious Paul Pogba transfer - and will offer Manchester United Gareth Bale in a swap deal.
Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to sign Matthijs de Ligt from Ajax this summer - and are willing to double Barcelona's offer.
Gareth Southgate will start building his fourth England team after the Nations League failure.


DAILY MAIL
Former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen is set to join Olympiakos after snubbing the chance to be Vincent Kompany's first Anderlecht signing, according to reports in Belgium,
Mino Raiola - who boasts Matthijs de Ligt and Paul Pogba among his clients - has reportedly had his transfer ban suspended this summer.
Frenkie de Jong has urged Ajax and Netherlands team-mate Matthijs de Ligt to join him at Barcelona this summer.
Ryan Sessegnon wants to move to Tottenham after rejecting new contract at Fulham, but Spurs will refuse to offer more than £25m for defender.

DAILY STAR
Arsenal are reportedly 'one step away' from completing their first deal of the summer with Yannick Carrasco closing in on a move to the Emirates.
Arsenal have been told they must pay at least £44m for Sampdoria pair Dennis Praet and Joachim Andersen.
West Ham have made an enquiry for versatile Eibar playmaker Joan Jordan and are looking at Newcastle's Isaac Hayden.
West Ham utility man Reece Oxford is set to join Augsburg.

SCOTTISH SUN
Neil Lennon is considering bringing Henrik Larsson back to Celtic as a coach.
Hamilton owner Ronnie MacDonald expects Accies to be quids in when Eamonn Brophy leaves Kilmarnock.
Oran Kearney has confirmed he's staying at St Mirren.

THE SUN
Tottenham are eyeing a summer swoop for Lyon's Tanguy Ndombele.
Andreas Pereira is in line for a new four-year deal at Manchester United.
Aboubakar Kamara will be back in a Fulham shirt next season after clear-the-air talks with Scott Parker.
Everton face another fight to keep hold of Idrissa Gueye with PSG to reignite their £30m transfer interest.
Shola Ameobi has returned to Newcastle as their loan player coordinator.

THE TIMES
Trent Alexander-Arnold is set to be handed an audition for the role of England's first-choice right back.
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Sundays Newspapers:
9th June 2019

Manchester United moving to take Gareth Bale on loan

SUNDAY MIRROR


•Manchester United are set to launch an audacious bid to land Gareth Bale on loan.
•Jose Mourinho is ready to talk to Newcastle's potential new owner if multi-billionaire Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan comes calling.
•Liverpool are ready to spark a German scramble for talented winger Harry Wilson - by letting the Welshman leave for £21m.
•Pep Guardiola has told Manchester City that his future does not hinge on the club's FFP fate.
•Liverpool will have to tear up their wage structure to sign rising Dutch star Matthijs de Ligt.
•Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira says the only way the Portuguese club will be able to keep hold of Manchester United and City target Joao Felix is if they sell him with a view to loaning him back next season.
•Philippe Coutinho has informed Barcelona of his transfer decision amid links to a move back to the Premier League.



MAIL ON SUNDAY



•Chelsea have revived interest in Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey.
•Leicester City will continue talks with Luton Town this week as they look to conclude a deal for highly-rated full-back James Justin.
•England look like having to fend off Spain and Portugal in the race to stage the 2030 World Cup.
•Concussion subs look set to be introduced to football in 2021 after UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said he feared Jan Vertonghen might die when he was sent back on to play after a blow to the head against Ajax in the Champions League semi-final.
•Barnsley have pulled off a coup by signing Austrian defender Manuel Maranda ahead of competition from the Bundesliga.
•The FA's head of security Tony Conniford says England may be forced to ask UEFA and FIFA to change kick-off times and dates because of the growing risk of disorder and anti-social behaviour by a significant minority of fans.
•West Ham have made further enquiries about Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez and his team-mate midfielder Stanislav Lobotka.
•England U17 coach Steve Cooper is a leading contender to take over at Swansea City.
•Liverpool and Manchester United are set to miss out on £70m-rated Lille star Pepe with Bayern Munich moving in for his signature.
•Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has identified £84m Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly as his prime transfer target this summer, according to reports.



SUNDAY EXPRESS


•Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will try and sign Harry Maguire or Toby Alderweireld if Manchester United miss out on landing Matthijs de Ligt.
•Juventus will this week look to get a jump on Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain to launch their bid to re-sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.




THE SUN ON SUNDAY


•Manchester United have opened talks with Real Madrid over the sale of Paul Pogba.
•Manchester United and rivals City want Harry Maguire but could be put off by Leicester's asking price of £80m.
•Manchester United are ready to hand 'keeper David de Gea £20m if he leaves for PSG now.
•Bournemouth are braced for a £40m move from Tottenham for Nathan Ake.
•David Silva is set to get a testimonial next year to mark a decade of service at Manchester City.
•Stoke are demanding a staggering £23m for England goalkeeper Jack Butland.
•Atletico Madrid reportedly want Chelsea star Marcos Alonso to replace Lucas Hernandez with Diego Simeone rebuilding his defence.
•Jesse Lingard is set to sign a new £130k per-week deal at Manchester United.
•Arsenal have reportedly been joined by Everton in the race for £30m-rated Getafe star Djene Dakonam.
•West Ham are prepared to offer Michail Antonio a fresh deal with interest from Crystal Palace amid fears the Eagles might lose Wilfried Zaha.
•David Beckham wants Antonio Valencia to join his MLS side Inter Miami.




DAILY STAR SUNDAY


•Liverpool have abandoned their pursuit of Moussa Dembele because of Divock Origi's end-of-season form.
•Real Madrid will offer James Rodriguez to Manchester United as they look to try and bring Paul Pogba to the Bernabeu.
•Arsenal are targeting Ligue 2 star Alexis Claude-Maurice this summer and are preparing a new bid after their first £7m offer was rejected.





THE OBSERVER


•Gareth Southgate has ruled himself out of a return to club football with Chelsea and expressed confidence his assistant, Steve Holland, will also remain with England as they target success at next year's European Championship.


SCOTTISH SUN


•Rangers' Glen Kamara admits it would be a "dream" to play in the Premier League after being linked with a move to Brighton.
•Mikael Lustig is expected to decide on his Celtic future this week.
•Tommie Hoban could be set for a return to Aberdeen after he was released by Watford.
•Celtic are tracking Arsenal youngster Jordi Osei-Tutu with a view to loaning the full-back next season.



SUNDAY MAIL


•Sheffield United are preparing to offer George Baldock a new deal amid interest from Celtic.
•Celtic face competition from Premier League Bournemouth for Motherwell's David Turnbull.
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Monday's Newspapers:
10th June 2010



Manchester United are eyeing up Christian Eriksen and Youri Tielemans as potential replacements for Paul Pogba



DAILY MAIL


•Liverpool would have to make Matthijs de Ligt their highest paid player ever if they wanted to sign the Ajax youngster.
•Real Madrid will complete their summer rebuild with either Paul Pogba or Christian Eriksen but the Spurs playmaker will be £70m cheaper.
•Manchester United want to sign Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid as they refuse to pay the £75m transfer fee.




DAILY EXPRESS


•Manchester United have identified PSG's Thomas Meunier and Tottenham's Kieran Trippier as right-back options if a deal for Aaron Wan-Bissaka falls through.
•England assistant manager Steve Holland is a surprise inclusion on Chelsea's managerial shortlist.
•Arsenal boss Unai Emery has been in touch with PSG right-back Thomas Meunier over a potential transfer this summer.
•Manchester United are eyeing up Christian Eriksen and Youri Tielemans as potential replacements for Paul Pogba if he leaves this summer.



DAILY MIRROR


•Watford are looking to sign 19-year-old Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo.
•Inter Milan have enquired about the availability of Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic after his season on loan at Chelsea.




DAILY STAR


•Sporting Lisbon star Bruno Fernandes has been identified as a possible replacement for Paul Pogba at Manchester United or Christian Eriksen at Tottenham.
•Chelsea are undecided about who they want to replace Maurizio Sarri this summer as the big bosses see Frank Lampard as a risky successor.
•West Ham are aiming to negotiate a £53.5m double deal for Celta Vigo pair Maxi Gomez and Stanislav Lobotka.
•Manchester United have snubbed a swap deal from Inter Milan for Romelu Lukaku with Croatia winger Ivan Perisic being offered in return for the striker.



THE SUN


•Atletico Madrid are tracking AC Milan star Suso, who is also a target for Arsenal, as a possible replacement for Antoine Griezmann.
•Liverpool will let Harry Wilson leave for £21m with Derby and RB Leipzig interested in the Wales international.
•Newcastle have made a bid for £35m-rated Mainz striker Jean-Phillipe Mateta.
•Aston Villa have made a £8.9m bid for Brentford winger Said Benrahma.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
11th June 2019



DAILY MAIL
Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak wants to leave the club this summer and is interested in a move to Manchester United.
Real Madrid will not buy Paul Pogba or Christian Eriksen this summer unless they can raise around €150m (£135m) in the transfer market.
Juventus are interested in re-signing Paul Pogba, but the Serie A champions would have to sell up to five players to be able to afford the Manchester United midfielder.
Paris Saint-Germain are increasingly confident of reaching an agreement with Ajax for Matthijs De Ligt.
Mateo Kovacic's permanent deal at Chelsea is reportedly hanging in the balance with manager Maurizio Sarri edging closer to joining Juventus.
Rangers are closing in on an agreement to secure top loan target Ryan Kent for another season.


THE SUN
Arsenal's £43m raid for Sampdoria duo Joachim Andersen and Dennis Praet has been rejected, with the Serie A club requesting £6m more.
Real Madrid could loan out Brazilian wonderkid Vinicius Jr with boss Zinedine Zidane and the board at loggerheads over his future.
Jordan Veretout looks set to snub a late swoop from Arsenal in order to join Napoli.
Maurizio Sarri is reportedly planning to leave Chelsea with Gonzalo Higuain and Emerson if he takes charge at Juventus.
Arsenal could seal a deal for AC Milan's Franck Kessie for £30m, but will have to face competition from Spurs and West Ham.
Manchester City have offered wonderkid Joao Felix a £100k-a-week, five-year deal to steal him from under rivals United's nose.
Leeds want to splash £35m for Liverpool pair Ryan Kent and Harry Wilson as they look to seal promotion to the Premier League.


DAILY STAR
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has cooled off rumours of a move to Inter Milan by saying he is happy to stay at Arsenal.
Manchester United are willing to match Manchester City and pay £62m Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri.
Tottenham have rejected the chance to sign Roma striker Edin Dzeko this summer.
Donny van de Beek wants a move to the Premier League to join either Manchester United or Tottenham.
Leeds are following in the footsteps of Sunderland and Manchester City and will be releasing a documentary about Marcelo Bielsa's first season at the club.


DAILY MIRROR
Matthijs de Ligt could be set to snub both Barcelona and Manchester United after Paris Saint-Germain appeared to steal a march on their rivals.
Arsenal could lose out to Everton on the signing of Getafe centre-back Djene Dakonam in another transfer setback for the Gunners.
Valencia want to take Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez back to his native Spain.
Liverpool are front runners to sign Lille and Ivory Coast star man Nicolas Pepe.
France coach Didier Deschamps appears to have confirmed Lyon left-back Ferland Mendy will soon make the switch to Real Madrid.
Sevilla forward Wissam Ben Yedder says it could be time for him to move on, with Barcelona believed to be keen on him as an alternative to Antoine Griezmann.
Liverpool coaches were wowed by young Benfica B midfielder David Tavares when the Reds came face-to-face with him in a Marbella friendly before the Champions League final.


DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United are reportedly very close to completing the £60m signing of Bruno Fernandes from Sporting.
Chelsea have made a £62m offer for Valencia star Goncalo Guedes, but any deal would rely on the club's two-window transfer ban imposed by FIFA being postponed.
Liverpool won't sign Max Kruse from Werder Bremen this summer because Jurgen Klopp is impressed with Divock Origi's form and doesn't want to block the progress of Rhian Brewster at Anfield.
Liverpool have agreed to loan Sheyi Ojo to Rangers but have yet to make a decision on the future of Ryan Kent.


SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers plan to send Jake Hastie out on loan just weeks after signing him from Motherwell.
Rangers flop Eduardo Herrera is set to return to Mexican club Necaxa next season.
Celtic are keen on Dinamo Zagreb star Amir Rrahmani but face competition from Belgian side Standard Liege.
Out-of-contract Charlton star Joe Aribo will decide his future this week amid interest from Rangers and Celtic.


DAILY RECORD
Marseille remain keen on Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham but the move hinges on them offloading Morgan Sanson to West Ham for £30m.
Henrik Larsson will not be making a stunning return to Celtic in a coaching role.
New Celtic star Marian Shved has been tipped for the top by Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko.
MLS side FC Cincinnati are targeting a move for Livingston's Scott Pittman.
Niall McGinn could hand Aberdeen a massive boost by returning for the Europa League.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
12th June 2019


Manchester United will offer David De Gea a new contract to break the deadlock



DAILY TELEGRAPH

David de Gea is prepared for a fresh contract offer from Manchester United as talks over a new deal continue.

DAILY MIRROR

Tottenham are set to make an improved transfer offer for Real Betis attacker Giovani Lo Celso.
Rio Ferdinand believes Frank Lampard is a no brainer to be the next Chelsea manager.
Zinedine Zidane has won his transfer battle with Florentino Perez with Real Madrid set to move for Paul Pogba over Christian Eriksen.
Pep Guardiola is considering a sabbatical if Manchester City win the Champions League next season.
Chelsea want a replacement for current manager Maurizio Sarri by the time the Italian confirms his departure to Juventus later this week.
Arsenal are interested in Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, who has a £27m buy-out clause in his contract, but face competition from Tottenham, AC Milan and Inter Milan for the 22-year-old.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea have opened talks with club legend Frank Lampard about an emotional return to Stamford Bridge as manager.
Ed Woodward will continue to call the shots on the transfer policy at Manchester United, with the club not expected to appoint a sporting or technical director this summer.
England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to extend his current deal at Liverpool until 2023.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho is ready for a third stint as Chelsea boss.
Manchester United are ready to up their offer for Aaron Wan-Bissaka to £50m.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is drafting in the Manchester United dentist early to check over his misfiring stars.
Maurizio Sarri has been urged to reconsider his future by the Chelsea hierarchy as they want the Italian to stay.
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi wants assurances over his first team involvement before signing a new contract, with one year left on his current deal.


THE TIMES

Uefa will be urged to expand the Champions League to 40 or 48 teams rather than implement more radical reforms which have been proposed.
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Liverpool will reportedly not pursue a deal for £60m-rated Lille forward Nicolas Pepe this summer.
Celtic are prepared to let Olivier Ntcham leave for around half of what they consider the midfielder to be worth.
Leeds have turned down a loan offer from a La Liga side for attacking midfielder Samuel Saiz, according to reports.
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