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Sunday's Newspapers:
13th October 2019


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Jose Mourinho 'never wanted Fred' at Manchester United and only accepted the £52m midfielder out of fear the club would not sign anyone else.
Hendrik Larsson is ready to take charge at Southend United with Dirk Kuyt set to be appointed as his assistant.
Inter Milan could complete a hat-trick of Manchester United signings as Antonio Conte weighs up a swoop for midfielder Nemanja Matic.
Mesut Ozil has cost Arsenal an incredible £19,718 a minute this season as the £350,000-a-week forgotten midfielder is now struggling for gametime for club and country.
West Ham have ruled out selling naming rights for the London Stadium to "inappropriate" alcohol, gambling and tobacco companies despite £25m a year losses.
Manchester United have ruled out binge spending in the January transfer window with a strict policy not to panic buy.


the sun on sunday

Fernandinho is in line for a new 12-month deal at Manchester City and will discuss fresh terms after their Christmas fixtures this season.
James Maddison visited a casino after he was omitted from England's squad due to an illness before their loss to Czech Republic.
Alexandre Lacazette was offered to Zenit St-Petersburg over the summer and has a £61m release clause, according to Russian agent Dmitry Cheltsov.
Aston Villa are considering a January transfer swoop for Eric Dier, according to the bookmakers.
Manchester United can reportedly expect a world-record shirt deal - despite seeing their £450m Chevrolet agreement axed.
Newcastle have reportedly joined Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal in the race to sign £17m-rated Trabzonspor goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir.
Liverpool are targeting Leeds' on-loan Brighton star Ben White in a £20m deal to replace Dejan Lovren, according to reports.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson is ready to have a second crack at signing Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah with the forward struggling for games at Elland Road.
Derby County owner Mel Morris is holding out for a stunning £60m before he sells the Championship club.


sunday times

Sam Warburton says he would rather Wales play France than Japan in the knockout phase of the Rugby World Cup because they "don't know what they are doing".
Sven Goran-Eriksson says the current England side are at an equal level to his 2006 Three Lions team which missed out on winning the World Cup.


sunday mirror

Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen and could make a move for the player in January.


sunday express

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward could sign PSG star Edinson Cavani on a free transfer next summer.
Manchester United are set to make a £130m offer to sign James Maddison and Ben Chilwell from Leicester.


scottish sun

Southampton recruitment chief Ross Wilson has agreed to join Rangers as their new director of football.


sunday mail

SFA chiefs have been branded 'jokers' over £30 ticket prices for the San Marino game which have left Scotland facing a record low attendance at Hampden Park.
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Monday's Newspapers:
14th October 2019



The SUN

•Sven-Goran Eriksson swayed Roman Abramovich to buy Chelsea instead of Tottenham - after mistakenly thinking the billionaire was a chauffeur at their first meeting.
•Arsenal are keen to snap up Scunthorpe's teenage midfielder Joey Dawson in a surprise deal.
•Arsene Wenger turned down numerous offers from Real Madrid during his time at Arsenal and admitted if he had moved, it would have certainly meant more trophies.


DAILY EXPRESS

•Manchester United and Juventus have reportedly come to a verbal agreement over a £10m deal for striker Mario Mandzukic.
•Barcelona have reportedly included Roberto Firmino on a shortlist of forwards to replace Luis Suarez.
•Spurs star Christian Eriksen would prefer to join Real Madrid in the summer instead of January because he could then request a higher signing-on bonus.



DAILY MAIL


•Wales manager Ryan Giggs has claimed Daniel James was 'acting' despite TV cameras appearing to show the winger knocked unconscious against Croatia on Sunday night.
•Manchester United could make a £70m move for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice in the January transfer window, according to reports.
•Arsenal have reportedly moved ahead of Manchester City and Chelsea in the race to sign Villarreal centre-back Pau Torres.
•Tottenham are set to renew their interests in Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes when the transfer window reopens.


DAILY TELEGRAPH


•Southampton's director of football operations, Ross Wilson, the key figure in the club's recruitment and the man who brought manager Ralph Hasenhuttl to St Mary's, has quit to join Rangers.



DAILY MIRROR


•Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has deleted Wayne Rooney from his social media accounts as he stands by his wife Rebekah during her public falling out with Rooney's wife Coleen.
•Manchester United and Liverpool target Kai Havertz is considering a move from Bayer Leverkusen - but he'll speak to Germany boss Joachim Low first.
•Manchester United's wage bill is the highest ever reported by a Premier League club.

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•Wales manager Ryan Giggs called Daniel James "streetwise" to stay down after a heavy collision and insisted the Manchester United winger had passed concussion protocols to continue playing in the Euro 2020 qualifier against Croatia. (Press Association)
•Gareth Southgate believes James Maddison has learned a valuable lesson about being an England player after being pictured in a casino following his withdrawal from the squad through illness. (Press Association)
•Tyrone Mings will make his England debut against Bulgaria on Monday night. (Sky Sports)
•Phil Foden has been urged to go out on loan in January by former Manchester City player and manager Stuart Pearce. (talkSPORT)
•Barcelona may be willing to sell 31-year-old midfielder Ivan Rakitic in January, with Manchester United believed to have opened talks over a move for the Croatian. (Sport)
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
15th October 2019


daily mirror

Inter Milan and AC Milan have joined the transfer race for Arsenal outcast Mesut Ozil.
Jamie Carragher has tipped Steven Gerrard to succeed Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool boss.
The Premier League has confirmed that Martin Atkinson will be the referee for Manchester United's clash with Liverpool on Sunday.
Luka Modric has begged unhappy Gareth Bale not to quit Real Madrid after insisting he plays a vital role for the Spanish giants.


the sun

Tottenham are reportedly ready to make an approach for £65m-rated Bruno Fernandes in January to replace Christian Eriksen.
Manchester United co-owner Kevin Glazer is set to sell his 13 per cent stake in the club.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has admitted Mauricio Pochettino has been left with players he does not want at the club.
Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani is considering selling the club to PSG's Qatar Sports Investments who could transform them into the next Manchester City.


daily mail

Arsenal outcast Mohamed Elneny has reportedly been targeted by AC Milan for a £13m move in January.
Leicester and Aston Villa are among five Premier League clubs plotting a move for former Manchester City defender Omar Elabdellaoui on a free transfer from Olympiacos.


daily express

Arsenal would have signed Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann in 2017 had they finished in the Champions League qualifying slots, it has been claimed.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is not planning any January transfers to fix the defence amid links with RB Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano.


daily record

Mauricio Pochettino has decided he wants out of Tottenham - and has set his sights on the Manchester United job.
New Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson will reportedly spearhead a move for Hearts defender Aaron Hickey.


scottish sun

Celtic look set to name Nick Hammond as their new full-time head of recruitment.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke is set to step up his interest in former England star Steven Caulker.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
16th October 2019



DAILY EXPRESS

•Tottenham have upped their pursuit of Jose Mourinho amid uncertainty over the position of Manchester United target Mauricio Pochettino.
•Manchester United have been linked with a January move for former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can.
•Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly passed on the chance to sign Mario Mandzukic and Fernando Llorente after Romelu Lukaku's move to Inter Milan.


DAILY STAR

•Arsenal youth coach Freddie Ljungberg is in line to take over as manager should Unai Emery get sacked.
•Liverpool legend Dietmar Hamann wanted to join Arsenal over the Reds.
•Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed speculation Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, could retire and says he is happy at the Serie A club.



DAILY MIRROR

•Barcelona are reportedly willing to sell Ivan Rakitic but the Croatia midfielder is not thought to be keen on a move to Manchester United.
•Jermaine Jenas says he can recall 12 occasions where "racism was rife" when he played for England.
•Bournemouth are lining up Fenerbahce striker Vedat Muriqi as a potential replacement for Manchester United target Callum Wilson.
•Liverpool's Champions League triumph could be the catalyst for them winning a very first Premier League title this season, according to former midfielder Paul Ince.


THE SUN

•Olivier Giroud has warned Chelsea he will not think twice about leaving unless he gets more game time. Inter Milan and Canadian Major League Soccer side Vancouver Whitecaps are among the teams interested.
•Chelsea are keen on Linfield teenager Charlie Allen but face a battle with Spurs and Southampton to sign the midfielder.
•Barcelona are interested in Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford as they search for Luis Suarez replacement.
•PSG striker Edinson Cavani is reportedly being lined up for a free transfer to Juventus despite interest from Manchester United.
•FIFA are likely to delay the selection process to decide which country hosts the 2030 World Cup until 2023.
•Leicester will open a memorial garden to mark the anniversary of their late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's death in a helicopter crash last year.
•Gary Rowett, Adam Barrett, and Gareth Ainsworth are on the shortlist for the Millwall manager's job.
•Claudio Ranieri has accused Fulham of using algorithms to conduct their transfer business.


THE TIMES

•Far-right ultras could be seen disguised as match stewards in the Vasil Levski stadium in Sofia as racist incidents marred England's win against Bulgaria.
•Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson is on the verge of signing a new deal within 48 hours.
•Manchester United are considering letting English midfielder Angel Gomes, 19, Dutch winger Tahith Chong, 19, and English midfielder James Garner, 18, leave on loan in January.

DAILY MAIL

•Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri is planning to raid the Premier League for N'Golo Kante, Christian Eriksen and Emerson Palmieri.
•Barcelona are set 'to make January swoop' for 17-year-old Salzburg starlet Karim Adeyemi to continue their youth revolution.
•Neymar wanted to join Real Madrid in the summer and only considered a return to Barcelona when Madrid pulled out of the race to sign him.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

•Aston Villa will pay Bournemouth an extra £250,000 as a result defender Tyrone Mings making his England debut. The clause was agreed between the two clubs when Villa signed the 26-year-old from the south coast club in July.

SCOTTISH SUN

•Celtic fans can breathe a sigh of relief after Lazio reportedly escaped a full stadium ban for next month's Europa League showdown.

OTHER

•Daniel Levy has admitted Tottenham's summer rebuild was hampered by an inability to get unwanted players off the club's wage bill. (Evening Standard)
•Olivier Giroud is considering leaving Chelsea if he continues to be involved as a substitute in games. (Evening Standard)
•Leyton Orient are set to appoint Carl Fletcher as their new permanent boss. (Evening Standard)
•Millwall are considering Gareth Ainsworth, Gary Rowett and caretaker boss Adam Barrett to replace Neil Harris as manager. (Evening Standard)
•Watford have reportedly rejected a request from Brazilian side Fluminense to keep starlet Joao Pedro at the club until mid-2020. The 18-year-old has scored 10 goals for the club but will move to Vicarage Road in January. (Watford Observer)
•Brighton are ready to resist any offers to sell highly-rated defender Ben White, who has impressed in a loan spell with Leeds. (The Argus)
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Thursday's Newspapers:
17th October 2019


Manchester United want to make six major signings over the next two Transfer Windows

DAILY MAIL
Manchester United opted against a big-money move for Neymar this summer due to fears over a lack of dedication and his father's 'money-obsessed' personality.
Manchester United want six new signings over the next two transfer windows to halt an unrelenting slide away from their rivals.
Newcastle will offer a new contract to Matty Longstaff in the coming days but remain at an impasse over a deal for his brother Sean, a Manchester United target.
Massimiliano Allegri is 'very close' to agreeing a deal to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United's manager, according to reports.
Real Madrid are keen on landing Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante in a player-plus-cash deal involving James Rodriguez.
UEFA are considering stripping Istanbul of this season's Champions League final over Turkey's military conflict with Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.
Tottenham hope Ryan Sessegnon will be fit to make his debut by the start of next month, after a hamstring injury has ruled the 19-year-old out at the start of the season.
Kelechi Iheanacho is a January loan target for Turkish club Besiktas after struggling for games at Leicester.
Crystal Palace have identified 19-year-old West Brom full-back Nathan Ferguson as a potential replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
The EFL has appointed leading QCs at Blackstone Chambers as they step up their investigation into the stadium sales of Championship clubs Derby, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading.

DAILY MIRROR
Former Toffees forward Tony Cottee says Marco Silva will be facing "serious questions" about his future if Everton lose to West Ham on Saturday.
The upcoming Spanish Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid is increasingly likely to be postponed amid worries over the political unrest in Catalonia.
Mesut Ozil featured in Arsenal's behind-closed-doors friendly against Reading over the international break, leading to suggestions he could be named in the squad to face Sheffield United on Monday.
Manchester United have reportedly taken the remarkable step of hiring "spying firms" to monitor potential signings.
Arsenal outcast Mohamed Elneny could be handed an escape route from his Besiktas loan nightmare as AC Milan plot a January move.


DAILY EXPRESS
Kieran Tierney is set to make his first league start for Arsenal against Sheffield United after struggling with injuries.
Tottenham are interested in Spain star Isco if Christian Eriksen leaves the club for Real Madrid in January.
Arsenal are reportedly set to try and sign Lucas Vazquez in January as the Real Madrid star becomes increasingly frustrated in Spain.
Billy Gilmour has revealed Chelsea boss Frank Lampard turned down his request for a loan move before the start of the season.
Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon returned to training with Tottenham ahead of the match against Watford.


DAILY RECORD
Celtic are braced for a January bidding war for red-hot hitman Odsonne Edouard, with interest coming from Roma, Napoli, Borussia Dortmund, Lyon and Lazio.


SCOTTISH SUN
16-year-old Celtic starlet Karamoko Dembele has chosen to play for England instead of Scotland - for now.
Scotland's top referees are set to be snubbed for major European and international games because they don't use VAR.

Tottenham could replace Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, with Real Madrid's Spanish midfielder Isco, 27, in the January transfer window. (El Desmarque, via Express)

Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil, 31, insists he will not be leaving the club, with the former Germany international's contract with the Gunners running until 2021. (Athletic - subscription required)

Arsenal have reportedly made an offer to Real Madrid for Spanish winger Lucas Vazquez, 28, before a potential January move. (El Desmarque, via Football.London)

Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri could bring Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, 33, and Germany midfielder Emre Can, 25, with him to Manchester United if he replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as United boss. (Tuttosport, via Express)

Alternatively, United will sign six players over the next two transfer windows including Moussa Dembele from Lyon, Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez and Leicester City's James Maddison. (Mail)

Manchester United want to sign Germany midfielder Toni Kroos, 29, from Real Madrid, who could try negotiate France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, moving the other way as part of any deal. (Bild, via Sun)

Inter Milan are considering a move for Chelsea and France striker Olivier Giroud, 33, now that 30-year-old Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, on loan at the Italian club from Manchester United, faces a lengthy absence because of an ankle injury. (Calciomercato, via Express)

Anderlecht have been fined £4,300 by the Belgian FA for appointing former Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany, 33, as head coach when he did not have the required qualifications. (Sun)

Manchester City's Argentina forward Sergio Aguero, 31, crashed his £150,000 Range Rover Sport on the way to training - but walked away unscathed. (Mail)

Newcastle will offer a new five-year deal to English midfielder Matty Longstaff. The 19-year-old is out of contract in the summer. (Mail)

Leicester, West Ham and Valencia all tried to sign Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny over the summer before the 27-year-old Egyptian went on loan to Turkish side Besiktas. (Leicester Mercury)

Ex-Manchester United captain Paul Ince says he "doesn't know what they're doing at the club" and that United could finish in the bottom half of the Premier League this year. (Talksport)

Former Tottenham coach Clive Allen has revealed he was stopped from punching then-Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger by goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini. (Mail)

Chelsea have been officially revealed as the Premier League side with the worst disciplinary record, with no club receiving more cards in the top flight since 1992. (Star)

The Premier League will oppose efforts to reduce automatic spots for the Champions League in a meeting this week with more than 150 clubs across Europe. (Telegraph)

Leeds United are monitoring Chelsea defender Reece James, 19, and hope to be able to take him on loan in January. (Football Insider)

Turkish side Galatasaray are prepared to end their season-long loan deal for Southampton and Gabon midfielder Mario Lemina, 26, in January. (Fotomac, via Sport Witness)

Chelsea's Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour, 18, asked to go out on loan but had his request rejected by boss Frank Lampard. (Sun)

Forward Eddie Nketiah, 20, says his hat-trick for England U21s on Tuesday shows he deserves to be starting for Leeds during his loan spell from Arsenal. (Independent)

Everton are scouting Bolton's English midfielder Ronan Darcy, 18, and Romanian midfielder Dennis Politic, 19. (Football Insider)

Chelsea midfielder Christian Pulisic, 21, was reduced to tears after being substituted in the United States' 2-0 loss to Canada. (Mirror)

Watford-owned Colombian defender Jorge Segura, 22, will return to the club in January as Mexican side Atlas do not want to make his loan deal permanent. (Futbol Total, via Sport Witness)
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