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Friday's Newspapers:
January 25, 2019


DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United risk losing Juan Mata - with Arsenal among the clubs interested in signing him.
Manchester United are keen on sporting director Andrea Berta but risk missing out after Atletico Madrid offered the Italian a huge new deal.
Unai Emery has given Carl Jenkinson an Arsenal lifeline by telling him he is part of his first-team plans.
RB Leipzig have made a final bid to keep Timo Werner, with a bumper new contract.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Christopher Nkunku is being considered by Arsenal as an alternative option to Barcelona's Denis Suarez

SUN
Manchester City defender Nicolas Otamendi is wanted by Barcelona in a shock swoop this month.
Arsenal are reportedly keen on signing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Christopher Nkunku for the rest of the season.
Liverpool's interest in Italian wonderkid Sandro Tonali has been confirmed by Brescia chairman Massimo Cellino.
Asmir Begovic has put Premier League clubs on red alert after getting axed at Bournemouth.
Fulham are confident of offloading Aboubakar Kamara before the close of the transfer window.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is signing former Liverpool keeper Andy Firth in a shock deal.

DAILY MAIL
Barcelona playmaker Denis Suarez is refusing to give up on his dream move to Arsenal despite the Catalan club so far blocking his loan to the Premier League.
Yannick Bolasie has accepted he has no future at Everton and is hoping to secure another loan move before the transfer window closes.
Crystal Palace are interested in signing Everton forward Cenk Tosun.
Inter Milan are closing in on a loan deal for Southampton defender Cedric Soares.

DAILY STAR
Liverpool are interested in Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali, according to the club's owner Massimo Cellino.

DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United chief Ed Woodward is willing to spend £100m on one specific player.


DAILY RECORD
Oliver Burke has opened the door for a permanent move to Celtic after admitting he's loving every minute of loan spell at Parkhead.


THE SCOTTISH SUN
David Turnbull says he wants to stay at Motherwell and has insisted talks over a new deal are going well.
Morton manager Jonatan Johansson wants to take Rangers pair Robby McCrorie and Andrew Dallas on loan.
Dundee United could hand former Aberdeen midfielder Peter Pawlett a return to Scotland.
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January 26, 2019 ·


THE SUN
Tottenham are finally ready to break their transfer duck with a cut-price move for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Arsenal have opened talks over a deal for PSG midfielder Christopher Nkunku, who they want to become Aaron Ramsey's replacement.
Brighton and West Brom are on red alert as talks between Blackburn and Bradley Dack over a new deal have reached an impasse.
DAILY STAR
Manchester United have had a bid turned down for Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic.

DAILY MIRROR
West Brom want to sign Fulham duo Aboubakar Kamara and Stefan Johansen.
Newcastle will not increase their offer for Atlanta midfielder Miguel Almiron.

DAILY MAIL
Southampton have told striker Charlie Austin he can leave in this transfer window, with Leicester and Wolves both interested.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Cardiff could launch a negligence claim over the Emiliano Sala plane disaster as the club faces a financial loss of around £14m, even after insurance payouts.
Wolves have told Championship leaders Leeds that winger Ivan Cavaleiro will not be leaving Molineux this month.
West Brom are poised to sign Newcastle's Jacob Murphy after their FA Cup tie at Brighton.

THE TIMES
Cesar Azpilicueta exchanged words with Maurizio Sarri in defending his Chelsea team-mates during a heated meeting at the club's training ground on Monday.
The world's top agents have joined forces to fight FIFA proposals to limit their commission to three per cent of a transfer fee and to ban dual representation, which allows them to represent both the player and club in the same transfer deal.

THE GUARDIAN
Crystal Palace are to re-sign Mali international Bakary Sako from West Brom and the player has undergone a medical.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
January 27, 2019



Manchester United and Chelsea are gearing themselves up for a summer battle for Christian Eriksen


SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United and Chelsea are gearing themselves up for a summer battle for Tottenham star Christian Eriksen.

Manchester United have contacted Dutch side PSV over the potential signing of 21-year-old winger Steven Bergwijn.


THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Manchester United could allow skipper Antonio Valencia to go this week with Newcastle and Fulham keen on the out-of- favour star.

Arsenal are on red alert for Barcelona's Brazilian misfit Malcom, and hoping for developments before deadline day.

Manchester City must pay up to £35m for Schalke midfielder star and transfer target Sebastian Rudy, who is seen as possible cover for Fernandinho.

Laurent Koscielny is facing another two months on the sidelines if scans confirm he has fractured his jaw.

Crystal Palace are keen to sign out-of-favour Chelsea captain Gary Cahill, which would allow Scott Dann to move to Fulham.


MAIL ON SUNDAY

Bayern Munich are set to make a £40m bid for Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi, with RB Leipzig also interested in the 18-year-old winger.

Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn is wanted on loan by Hull for the rest of the season.

Banned Fulham forward Aboubakar Kamara is considering a move to West Brom.

Monaco have dismissed former Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo, 53, from his role as sporting director a day after Thierry Henry was sacked as the club's manager.


SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United will not rush into a decision on a new manager, despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's record-breaking run.

Liverpool's final game of the season is currently the hottest ticket in football, with tickets already being offered for up to £6,000.

Vincent Kompany's continuing fitness problems are complicating his chances of landing a contract extension at Manchester City.

Nathan Ake is in line for a big money move away from Bournemouth and is being scouted by half of the Premier League's top six.

Former Arsenal academy director Andries Jonker has warned talented youngsters to stay away from the Emirates if they want to make the grade.


SCOTTISH SUN

Florian Kamberi is at the centre of Neil Lennon's suspension and potential exit from Hibs after the Swiss striker stormed out of a heated meeting on Friday.
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January 28, 2019



DAILY STAR

Inter Milan are interested in signing Mesut Ozil but want Arsenal to pay half of his wages in any deal done for the midfield star.
Chelsea are preparing a £40m move to re-sign former defender Nathan Ake from Bournemouth.
Romelu Lukaku is battling for his Old Trafford future due to the form of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez.

THE SUN

Stoke boss Nathan Jones has put Sam Vokes and Charlie Austin on his wish-list as he looks to sign a forward before deadline day, and will allow one of Saido Berahino, Peter Crouch or Benik Afobe to leave.
West Brom are having difficulty getting a deal completed for Houston Dynamo's striker Alberth Elis as the move may be curtailed by problems over a work permit for the player.
Millwall face the threat of a stadium closure after the FA launched a probe into fans' alleged racist chanting.
Sheffield Wednesday face an FA probe after Chelsea players were pelted with objects during their cup win.

DAILY MAIL

Barcelona persuaded Frenkie de Jong to turn down a move to PSG in favour of a move to the Nou Camp by showing despondent WhatsApp messages from Neymar expressing his regret at leaving.
Manchester United have cemented their interest in Steven Bergwijn by asking PSV to keep them informed of any change on their selling stance.
Chelsea have made a £1m offer for Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo but the Sky Bet Championship club want closer to £2m.
Birmingham young prospect Romello Mitchell is being monitored by Liverpool and Manchester United after he scored again in front of watching scouts on Saturday.
Newcastle are ready to revive their interest in Monaco left-back Antonio Barreca after their bid to sign Jordan Lukaku collapsed.

DAILY MIRROR

Everton winger Yannick Bolasie has requested a move to another Premier League club this month as he is wanted by Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Cardiff.
Adrien Rabiot has reportedly turned down Tottenham's advances because he would rather join Liverpool.
Tottenham are in the market to sign a youngster in January as they remain keen on Leeds starlet Jack Clarke.
Southampton have tabled an offer in the region of £8m for Birmingham's 14-goal top scorer Che Adams.
Fulham, Cardiff and Newcastle are in a three-way battle for the services of Slavia Prague defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui.
Newcastle are rivalling Wolves and Southampton in the bidding to sign Brazilian defender Rogerio.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wilfried Bony's ill-fated second spell at Swansea is set to come to an end this week as he weighs up a lucrative move to Qatari outfit Al Sadd.
Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman could discover on Monday if he will be charged by the FA for his rant about referee Jon Moss.

DAILY EXPRESS

Steven Gerrard has reportedly slapped an £8m asking price on captain James Tavernier, amid interest from Southampton, Brighton and West Brom.
Leeds have hit a stumbling block in their pursuit of Swansea's Daniel James, after the Welsh club set a £12m price for the winger.

THE GUARDIAN

Adrien Silva is reportedly eager to find a way out of Leicester before the deadline for the January window on Thursday.
The Premier League's renewed hunt for a new chief executive is continuing to focus on the broadcasting industry with several other top executives of major TV companies under consideration.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

Australia boss Graham Arnold is interested in the managerial job at Hibernian.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic are close to sealing their £1.75m swoop for Ukrainian winger Maryan Shved.
St Johnstone have rejected a six-figure bid from Barnsley for top-rated defender Jason Kerr.
Eddie May has ruled himself out of the Hibernian job and admits he wants the situation sorted as soon as possible.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
January 29, 2019


Manchester United have offered Juan Mata a new £140,000-a-week contract in a desperate bid to stop Arsenal poaching him on a free transfer.

THE SUN
Manchester United have offered Juan Mata a new £140,000-a-week contract in a desperate bid to stop Arsenal poaching him on a free transfer.
Arsenal have offered Ivan Perisic £250,000 a week to join the Gunners on an initial loan with a view to a permanent move in the summer.
Manchester City are intensifying their efforts to sign Leicester City star Ben Chilwell.
Arsenal are eyeing a move for Napoli right-back Kevin Malcuit as a replacement for Hector Bellerin.
Arsenal are still hopeful of a deal for Barcelona winger Malcom before the January window closes.


DAILY MAIL
Callum Hudson-Odoi has agreed to stay at Chelsea for now after meetings between his representatives and club managing director Marina Granovskaia.
Liverpool forward Ben Woodburn could join Hull on loan after his spell at Sheffield United came to an end.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is considering attacking signings such as Birmingham's Che Adams and Tottenham's Vincent Janssen.
Olivier Giroud has hinted he could return to France after Chelsea's loan signing of Gonzalo Higuain pushed him down the pecking order.
The FIFA investigation into Chelsea's transfer dealings involves 'over 100 young player cases', with the club set to find out whether they will be banned from the market for two years.
Wales international defender Jazz Richards has been told by Cardiff he can leave this week either on loan or in a permanent deal.
Manchester City have held further talks over a £5.5m deal for Hajduk Split midfielder Ante Palaversa.
Stoke manager Nathan Jones is willing to listen to offers for Bojan, Darren Fletcher and Peter Crouch, who are all among the club's highest earners.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Jese Rodriguez is set to join Real Betis on loan.
Former England defender Micah Richards is set to retire at the age of 30 after long-term knee issues have hampered his career.
Wales will have Liam Williams, Gareth Davies and Ross Moriarty fit for their Six Nations opener in Paris against France on Friday night in a triple boost to their chances.

DAILY MIRROR
Liverpool outcast Lazar Markovic could leave Anfield this January, with several clubs keen on his signature.
Everton winger Yannick Bolasie has told the club he wants a loan move to another Premier League club with Newcastle, Burnley and Cardiff interested.
Southampton have made an £8m bid for Birmingham for striker Che Adams, with 12 other Premier League clubs also watching him.


DAILY STAR
Arsenal could send Mesut Ozil to Paris Saint-Germain in a swap deal for Adrien Rabiot.
Liverpool star Divock Origi is wanted on loan by French club Nantes but they are reluctant to pay his full wages.
Aston Villa, Leeds, Middlesbrough and West Brom are after Fulham trio Stefan Johansen, Floyd Ayite and Neeskens Kebano.
Trabzonspor have denied Liverpool have reached an agreement over the transfer of Abdulkadir Omur.


DAILY EXPRESS
Liverpool have opened talks to sign young midfielder Sandro Tonali from Brescia but the Italian club wants £30m for him.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Manchester City have agreed a €13m fee (£11.29m) with Schalke for Wales teenage international Rabbi Matondo.
The number of horse deaths on racecourses has reached its highest level in six years.


THE GUARDIAN
Chelsea are set to hear from FIFA on whether they will be banned from the transfer market after being investigated over potential rule breaches with regard to over 100 foreign players under the age of 18.
Leicester midfielder Andre Silva wants to leave the club before transfer deadline day after falling out of favour under Claude Puel.
Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri would welcome back suspended striker Aboubakar Kamara following the outcome of a club investigation


SCOTTISH SUN
Sunderland are in talks with Celtic over a loan move for Lewis Morgan.
Police are investigating after a group of Rangers fans invaded the pitch in celebration during their win over Livingston.


DAILY RECORD
Jack Hendry could be allowed to leave Celtic on loan this month but injuries to Filip Benkovic and Dedryck Boyata mean the former Dundee man could remain at Parkhead.
MK Dons have accepted a bid from Dundee United for midfielder Peter Pawlett.
Ayr United's move for Coventry City winger Reise Allassani has been scuppered by red tape as the player had already been loaned out to Ebbsfleet this term.
Hibs striker Jamie Maclaren's stay in Edinburgh could be coming to an end with a move to Melbourne City in the pipeline.
A number of Scottish clubs are interested in making a move for Scotland U21 and Wolves goalkeeper Jack Ruddy.


THE TIMES
Arsenal's decision to bring Arsene Wenger's reign to a premature end cost the club £17.1m in pay-offs to him and his staff.
Manchester City are set to cash in on 18-year-old winger Rabbi Matondo, who is close to a £11.3m to Schalke.
Millwall are expected to be the first English club to be punished for racist chanting by their fans after an FA rule change.
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January 30, 2019



DAILY MAIL
Marouane Fellaini is close to a £10.4m transfer to Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng Taishan in a three-year deal worth around £235,000 a week after tax.
Juan Mata wants to stay at Manchester United and has not negotiated with any foreign clubs this month with his contract expiring this summer
Arsenal are set to seal a loan deal for Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez with a £20m option to buy in summer.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is considering attacking signings such as Birmingham City's Che Adams and Tottenham's Vincent Janssen.
Sunderland have suspended a member of their academy staff after he was arrested on suspicion of meeting a player aged under 16 following sexual grooming.
Everton are waiting for PSG to make another firm offer for midfielder Idrissa Gueye.

THE SUN

West Ham have seen Celta Vigo perform a major U-turn over striker Maxi Gomez.
Southampton are in talks over a deal for Olympiacos full-back Omar Elabdellaoui.
Blackburn have joined Stoke in the race for Charlie Austin.
Tottenham forward Heung-Min Son will play against Watford on Wednesday, despite only having one training session since returning from Asian Cup duty.
Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny still can't chew after injuring his jaw in a clash with Romelu Lukaku last week.
Fulham hope to send French striker Aboubakar Kamara out on loan to West Brom.
Nottingham Forest have opened talks with Bournemouth to loan Tyrone Mings for a £1m fee.
Yeovil are close to an American takeover after owner Norman Hayward agreed to sell to a mystery investor.
The FA have launched an investigation after a coin was thrown at Jesse Lingard during last week's FA Cup tie against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

DAILY MIRROR
Roy Hodgson insists defender Scott Dann won't be joining Fulham and he is only looking to add to his Crystal Palace squad before Thursday night's transfer deadline.
Stoke and Nottingham Forest have discussed a swap deal between James McClean and Ben Osborn.

DAILY STAR
Chelsea want a £6m loan fee for Andreas Christensen to leave this week, with Borussia Dortmund and Juventus keen.
PSG are highly unlikely to let Christopher Nkunku leave for Arsenal, unless they secure the arrival of another midfielder.

THE GUARDIAN
The Football Association has launched an investigation into claims Sol Campbell was subjected to homophobic abuse during Macclesfield's visit to Cheltenham on Saturday.

THE TIMES
Charlton Athletic Women have been fined £500 by the FA for not having the required first-aid equipment at their home match against Manchester United Women.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
West Ham are set to sign Benfica's 19-year-old prospect Mesaque Dju on a free transfer.
Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter is in talks with several clubs as he tries to secure a loan move away from Ibrox.
Joe Denly is primed to come in at No 3 in England's batting order, with Keaton Jennings and Ben Foakes under threat for their place.

DAILY RECORD
Scott Brown has turned his back on a move to Australia and is poised to sign a new two-year contract at Celtic.
Hamilton's chairman claims the club have been flooded with interest from across Europe as they look to replace manager Martin Canning.
Neil Lennon's Hibernian exit will be confirmed on Wednesday but will be cleared of any major wrongdoing.

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Thursday's Newspapers:
January 31, 2019


Real Madrid set to table a £100m bid for Marcus Rashford

THE SUN

Real Madrid will make a £100m bid for Marcus Rashford before he signs a new deal at Manchester United this summer.

Paul Scholes' bid to become the new manager of Oldham Athletic will be decided by the FA next week.

Newcastle are in advanced talks over the transfer of Nantes winger Anthony Limbombe.

Cardiff are plotting a last-ditch transfer for Spurs flop Vincent Janssen to solve their striker crisis.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino turned down a deal to land Barcelona forward Malcom this month.

Arsenal youngster Emile Smith Rowe is flying to RB Leipzig to undergo a medical ahead of a loan move.

Watford's academy chief Darren Sarll has been suspended amid claims of bullying

Wolves have been urged to scrap their pre-match fireworks displays after a rocket went into the crowd.

Pep Guardiola will gamble on the fitness of Ederson and will not make a Deadline Day move for a goalkeeper.

Denis Suarez is in line to make his Arsenal debut against Manchester City this weekend.

Southampton have had four Premier League clubs make enquries about striker Charlie Austin.

Leeds will pay £1m to loan Swansea's Daniel James with an option to buy if they are promoted.


DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea have Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure in their sights for a shock Deadline Day switch.

Chelsea's Olivier Giroud is back on West Ham's transfer radar after Marko Arnautovic's injury.

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil has reportedly turned down a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Crystal Palace want to sign Nigeria striker David Okereke in a £7m deal from Italian side Spezia.

West Brom want a winger with Swansea's Jefferson Montero and Newcastle's Jacob Murphy their targets.

John Marquis is the subject of a three-way battle between Wigan, Sunderland and Hull.

Edin Dzeko could be in line for a lengthy ban after he appeared to spit at a referee in Roma's 7-1 defeat to Fiorentina.


DAILY MAIL

PSG will make a bid to sign Chelsea's Willian in a deadline-day deal as a potential replacement for the injured Neymar.

Aston Villa lead the race to sign Tyrone Mings on loan but Bournemouth will seek a £1m fee.

Arsenal have rekindled their interest in PSG midfielder Christopher Nkunku.

West Ham have rejected a £7m from Valencia for striker Javier Hernandez.

West Ham's Marko Arnautovic has avoided serious injury and will be back in a fortnight.

West Ham have enquired about Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi.

Manchester United goalkeeper Joel Pereira is set to join Belgian first division side Kortrijk on loan.

Wolves have asked about Rubin Kazan's Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun.

Man Utd defender Ro-Shaun Williams has joined Shrewsbury Town for around £150,000 plus add-ons.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been granted a two-week extension to answer his FA charge over an apparent nazi salute.


DAILY RECORD

Celtic are battling to seal a deal for Borussia Dortmund defender Jeremy Toljan.

Stoke's Scott McKenna bid has been rejected as Aberdeen brace themselves for more offers.


THE GUARDIAN

Everton are keen on a permanent deal for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Valencia.


THE TIMES

Anthony Martial would not have extended his Manchester United contract if Jose Mourinho had remained as manager.

Southampton and Burnley are interested in a move for Birmingham striker Che Adams.


THE TELEGRAPH

West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic could be fit to face Liverpool after scans indicate he has not broken a bone in his foot.

PSG president Nasser Al-Khelafi is set to join the UEFA executive committee as one of two club representatives.
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Friday's Newspapers:
February 01, 2019


THE SUN

Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea job is safe for now but the club's chiefs want to see a 'plan B' when his 'Sarri-ball' tactics do not work.

Chelsea demanded an £8m loan fee from Tottenham for Michy Batshuayi, four times the amount they settled for with Crystal Palace.

West Ham pulled out of a potential loan deal for Michy Batshuayi because of his reported £170,000-a-week wages.

Fernando Llorente is pushing to earn himself a new Tottenham contract.

Charlie Austin is ready to fight for his place at Southampton after a potential move to four Premier League clubs all fell through in January.

Arsenal refused to let Eddie Nketiah leave the club on loan after deals for Ivan Perisic and Yannick Carrasco failed to materialise.

Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha faces an extended ban for mocking referee Andre Marriner after he had been sent off for dissent.

Manchester City reserve goalkeeper Aro Muric has told Pep Guardiola he can fill in for Ederson.



THE TIMES

Roman Abramovich has sent repeated text messages to Maurizio Sarri asking for an explanation to Chelsea's recent decline.


DAILY MAIL

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri refused to travel on the team bus following the Blues' 4-0 loss to Bournemouth on Wednesday.

Mike Ashley has prioritised securing Rafa Benitez's future at Newcastle.

Peter Crouch admits he did not expect a return to the Premier League after completing a Deadline Day move to Burnley.

Business man Sir Gary Verity, who brough the Tour de France to Yorkshire, has emerged as a contender to be the Premier League's chief executive.

Peterbrough's director of football Barry Fry has been fined £35,000 for placing a bet on a Peterbrough striker to be League One's topscorer.



DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal pulled the plug on a potential Deadline Day move for Barcelona winger Malcom.


DAILY RECORD

Hibernian withdrew their offer of a six-month contract to bring Efe Ambrose back to the club on Deadline Day.



DAILY TELEGRAPH

Udinese ended their interest in Derby midfielder Tom Huddlestone on Deadline Day.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
February 02, 2019


DAILY MIRROR

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez is willing to discuss a new contract following the Miguel Almiron transfer and Antonio Barreca loan.

Liverpool fear Joe Gomez may need surgery as his fractured leg refuses to heal.

Harry Kane is closing in on a swift Tottenham return thanks to rehab in the Bahamas.

Xavi has been told to take Barcelona's sporting director role to 'manage the end of Lionel Messi'.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has been left disappointed by the club's second successive window without any transfers.


THE SUN

Manchester United will give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the full-time job if he manages to beat PSG in the Champions League

Bayern Munich will revive their pursuit of Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi in the summer.

Retired British athlete Robbie Grabarz should see his London 2012 high jump bronze medal upgraded to silver after gold medalist Ivan Ukhov was hit with a doping sanction.


DAILY MAIL

West Ham fear Jack Wilshere's season could be over as he struggles to overcome a persistent ankle problem.

Tottenham are finally set to confirm the opening date for their new £1bn stadium next week.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has hailed Manchester City's Pep Guardiola as the best manager in the world.

Newcastle are set to confirm the departure of former U23 coach Peter Beardsley following allegations of racism and bullying.

Barcelona's stand-in goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen has been ruled out for six weeks with a torn calf muscle.


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Rafael Benitez has claimed he never threatened to leave Newcastle after his club signed two players on transfer deadline day.

Inter Milan boss Luciano Spalletti believes Arsenal "conned" winger Ivan Perisic over a proposed move in the January transfer window.


DAILY EXPRESS

Aston Villa signing Tom Carroll signed from Swansea on Deadline Day because of the advice of team-mate Tammy Abraham.


THE TIMES

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi will not sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge after being denied a January move to Bayern Munich.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins vetoed the club's decision to sell winger Daniel James at 10pm on Deadline Day after discovering the terms of Leeds' payment structure.

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez is facing up to six weeks out with a fractured leg with the club fearing he will require surgery.

The FA has begun holding weekly meetings with the Premier League in an attempt to reach a post-Brexit immigration agreement it can present to the government.

Birmingham's decision to reject several bids for striker Che Adams could lead to a second charge of committing an "aggravated breach" of the EFL's profit and sustainability rules.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Son of Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke, Josh, believes the Gunners can replicate the recent transformation enjoyed by their NFL franchise the LA Rams.

The player agents who helped arrange Emiliano Sala's flight over the English Channel have been battling a winding-up order from HMRC.
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February 03, 2019


sunday express
Chelsea could join the race with Manchester United and Real Madrid at tempting Mauricio Pochettino into quitting Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
West Ham missed out on Maxi Gomez and Michy Batshuayi in January because they were unprepared to pay either of the duo £80,000 a week.


sunday mirror
Spurs are preparing a £50m summer bid for Bournemouth midfield sensation David Brooks, to head off interest from other clubs including Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he goes for a drink and a chat with Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson following every match of his own Old Trafford managerial reign.
Arsenal are keeping tabs on Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who is set to be available on a free transfer this summer.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley feels boss Rafa Benitez should now sign a new three-year *contract after he delivered the Spaniard's top January transfer target.
Premier League chiefs will be urged to change the rulebook next season - despite Jurgen Klopp's claim that Liverpool did not *deliberately tamper with the Anfield pitch.
Manchester United's old boys association have hit a brick wall in their attempts to honour club legend Jimmy Murphy with a statue outside the Stretford End at Old Trafford.


the sun on sunday
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is considering homegrown pair Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Ben Chilwell in a stunning £80m summer raid.
Crystal Palace defender Wan-Bissaka could soon be an England squad member after Gareth Southgate made three checks on him over the last month.
Mesut Ozil's £350,000-a-week contract at Arsenal, signed only 12 months ago, was a "panic" deal, according to Gunners great Ray Parlour.
West Ham's search for a London Stadium naming rights deal is back on after behind-the-scenes changes and a thaw in relations with the London Legacy Development Corporation.
Agent Mark McKay is involved in a row with Everton over commission he claims to be owed in connection with the signing of Henry Onyekuru in 2017.
Crystal Palace will renew their efforts to sign Chelsea defender Gary Cahill when he becomes a free agent in the summer.
Leeds United hope to bring Aaron Lennon back to Elland Road in the summer.
Recent Fulham signing Ryan Babel is heading for a date with the Court of Arbitration for Sport after former club Al-Ain took their battle over a severance package to the final tier of justice available.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is determined to keep hold of Liverpool winger Ryan Kent and wants the club to sanction a permanent move for him.
James McClean faces an uncertain future at Stoke City after a swap deal with Nottingham Forest for Ben Osborn fell through.
Aston Villa are looking at Nottingham Forest midfielder Joe Lolley as a replacement for Jack Grealish, should he leave the club if they fail to win promotion.


daily star sunday
Ajax are fighting to keep Marc Overmars away from Arsenal after the Gunners stepped up their efforts to make the Dutchman their first technical director.
Chelsea flop Tiemoue Bakayoko has revealed it would be a dream to stay at AC Milan and not return to his parent club.



THE SUNDAY TIMES
Directors of Women's Championship club Lewes have called on the Football Association to boost prize money for the Women's FA Cup, which currently stands at less the one per cent of the men's competition.


scottish sun
John Doolan has emerged as a contender for a shock return to Hibs.


daily record
Former Rangers captain Lorenzo Amoruso reckons Celtic could be Premier League champions in just two years if they moved to England.
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