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Thursday's Newspapers:
21st May 2020


DAILY MAIL
Liverpool have reached a financial settlement with new sponsors Nike that will allow them to finish the season and win the Premier League* wearing their New Balance kit.
Premier League clubs with small dressing rooms may have to arrange new changing facilities on opposite sides of their stadiums to enable players to maintain distancing when football restarts.
A number of Premier League players were made to wait for the green light to take part in training this week after returning inconclusive coronavirus tests.
Hundreds of the 1,400 EFL players who are out of contract this summer may never get a professional deal again.
Bournemouth's Jordon Ibe is facing a possible club fine after being pictured appearing to breach lockdown regulations.

THE SUN

Victor Moses is facing an uncertain future at Chelsea with the winger set to be dumped by Inter Milan after his flop loan spell.
Arsenal are lining up Borussia Dortmund centre-back Manuel Akanji for £25m after opening talks in January.
The Premier League's big return to training has been hampered by sticky balls with some players slamming Phase One Covid-19 training programmes as "pointless" and "ludicrous".
Sadio Mane is overtaking Kylian Mbappe as Real Madrid's main striking target this summer, reports suggest.
Chelsea have reportedly been joined by Real Madrid in the race for Lille star Gabriel.
Philippe Coutinho is back training on his own for Bayern Munich as the German giants consider extending his deal, according to reports.
Gareth Barry "broke strict FA rules" to pump £800,000 into Swindon, it was alleged in court.
Wayne Rooney plans to turn the grounds of his new country pile into a golfer's paradise.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
FIFPro, the world players' union, says "multiple" footballers from the leading leagues in Europe have contacted them to say they feel pressurised to return during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier League is planning to speak to managers and players this week about how football can take the crucial step of returning to contact training and matches.
League One's season is set to be decided by a crucial vote next week, following talks at the English Football League's board meeting on Wednesday.
Norwich City are returning to training on Friday after tests revealed players and staff did not record positive for coronavirus.


DAILY STAR
Footballers are ramping up security and installing panic rooms in their homes in the wake of Dele Alli's terrifying robbery ordeal
Manchester City attacker Leroy Sane has been told he must be prepared to take a huge pay-cut if he is to join Bayern Munich.

DAILY EXPRESS
EFL Championship action is set to resume on June 20 after a timetable was agreed to complete the 2019/20 campaign by the end of July.
Arsenal are considering a swap deal with Atletico Madrid that would see Alexandre Lacazette moving to Spain and Thomas Lemar coming the other way.
The Premier League are thought to have given Newcastle's £300m Saudi-led takeover the green light and an official announcement could be made in the coming days.

DAILY MIRROR
Derby owner Mel Morris is prepared to vote for a premature end to the Championship season even if it means the Rams missing out on a play-off place.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright says he could not blame Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if he wanted to leave the club this summer
Jadon Sancho is reportedly still likely to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer - with Manchester United at the front of the queue.
Neymar's return to Barcelona will not be feasible this summer, according to his agent Wagner Ribeiro.
Arsenal's Granit Xhaka claims he and the club's fans both overreacted during his outburst back in October.

DAILY RECORD
Callum McGregor insists he's staying at Celtic for 10-in-a-row - and he would love to see old boss Brendan Rodgers back at Parkhead for the party.
Scottish football is ready to plead with Holyrood to be allowed to pull its boots back on - as Nicola Sturgeon prepares to give the green light for the country to start playing sport again.
Hearts' hopes of saving their own top-flight skin suffered another hammer blow after St Mirren chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick insisted Daniel Stendel's side was so bad it deserved to go down.

Manchester City and Germany forward Leroy Sane, 24, has the number 10 shirt reserved for him at Bayern Munich next season. (Mirror)

Chelsea are struggling to offload Victor Moses as Inter Milan refuse to pay the £10.75m asking price for the 29-year-old Nigerian winger. (Sun)

Jorginho's agent insists the Italian midfielder is happy at Chelsea and claims Juventus have not made an approach for the 28-year-old. (Metro)

Trabzonspor's Turkish goalkeeper and Leicester City target Ugurcan Cakir, 24, has been the subject of a 20m euros bid from Spanish side Sevilla. (Leicestershire Live)

Liverpool* are ready to sell three players this summer in order to fund a £52m move for 24-year-old RB Leipzig and Germany forward Timo Werner. (Athletic - subscription required)

Manchester United would like to keep 30-year-old striker Odion Ighalo, on loan from Shanghai Shenhua, but they are "relaxed" over the Nigerian's future after Marcus Rashford's return to fitness. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal are considering a swap deal with Atletico Madrid that would see 28-year-old French striker Alexandre Lacazette moving to Spain, and compatriot Thomas Lemar, 24, coming the other way. (AS - in Spanish)

Neymar, 28, will not leave Paris St-Germain to rejoin Barcelona this summer because of the impact of coronavirus on football finances, says the Brazil forward's agent. (Star)

The EFL's leaders are confident that support for the Championship to restart, even from relegation-threatened clubs such as Middlesbrough, will mean the season resumes next month. (Times - subscription required)

Early rounds of the Carabao Cup are under threat if next season does not get under way before the beginning of September. (Telegraph - subscription required)
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Friday's Newspapers:
22nd May 2020


DAILY MIRROR
PSG are considering a £35m bid for Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as his contract winds down.
Gareth Bale can prove he is still one of the world's best players by moving to Newcastle United - says Brazilian legend Ronaldo.
Arsenal have reportedly entered negotiations over a move to sign Adrien Rabiot, as Juventus bid to raise funds for a possible swoop for Manchester United's Paul Pogba.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Sporting Lisbon star Nuno Mendes, who has been dubbed the "best under-19s left-back in Europe."
The FA are determined to conclude this season's FA Cup alongside the Premier League should it resume safely, with behind-closed-doors semis and a final at Wembley.
Championship clubs are facing growing opposition from concerned players to their plans to restart the season.

THE SUN
Newcastle's takeover has been given the green light as Premier League bosses have finally approved the £300m Saudi deal.
Romelu Lukaku says he will "never forgive" Andre Villas-Boas for leaving him out of Chelsea's Champions League-winning squad in 2012.
Gareth Bale was reportedly rejected by an MLS club due to eye-watering wage demands.
Barcelona are reportedly prepared to allow seven players to leave on swap deals to ensure Lautaro Martinez signs from Inter Milan this summer.
Serge Aurier's latest lockdown lapse could cost him £140,000.
N'Golo Kante was back at Chelsea on Thursday for a second day of testing - a day after being given compassionate leave due to his fears over coronavirus.
QPR captain Grant Hall has joined a growing camp of players who think it is too dangerous for football to return.


DAILY MAIL
Premier League footballers have been warned against signing documents that could affect their rights if they contract coronavirus.
EFL clubs fear curtailing the seasons in League One and League Two could lead to a Championship breakaway.
Danny Drinkwater is continuing to train with Aston Villa following his bust-up with team-mate Jota days before the Premier League was suspended.
Premier League clubs are facing another major financial blow amid fears the shirt sponsorship bubble has burst.


THE TELEGRAPH
The FA Cup faces being abandoned for the first time in peacetime since it began 149 years ago, although the Premier League is pulling out all the stops to rescue it.


THE STAR
Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is being eyed by Inter Milan as a replacement for Lautaro Martinez as the forward is edging closer to Barcelona.
Andre Villas-Boas has reportedly snubbed an offer from Newcastle to take over the club once the £300m Saudi-backed takeover goes through.
Arsenal target Odsonne Edouard has the backing of the Gunners' record goalscorer, Thierry Henry, to go "right to the top".
PSG have withdrawn from the race to sign Napoli central defender Kalidou Koulibaly.


DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea are preparing for Valencia to make a bid to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga this summer, according to reports in Spain.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has added Sevilla star Diego Carlos to his summer transfer shortlist and the 27-year-old centre-back has a £67m release clause in his contract.
Arsenal are reportedly weighing up a summer move for Besiktas centre-back Domagoj Vida, who could be available for as little as £6million in the upcoming transfer window.

SCOTTISH SUN
Barry Ferguson has urged Rangers to splash the cash to sign his nephew Lewis Ferguson.
Ianis Hagi's move to Rangers on a permanent deal is in the final stages, according to reports.
Dundee United have been tracking Finnish Under-21 star Ilmari Niskanen.

Barcelona have lowered their valuation of 26-year-old French defender Samuel Umtiti to just £27m, amid interest from Manchester United and Arsenal. (Sport - in Spanish)

United have made recruiting a new centre-back their top priority this summer, and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now has a clear path to signing Napoli's 28-year-old Senegal international Kalidou Koulibaly, with Paris St-Germain no longer interested. (Express)

Juventus and Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 30, will turn down a move to the Premier League this summer, with Chelsea among the clubs interested. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Real Madrid and Manchester United could be forced to wait two years to sign 19-year-old Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, with the Norwegian's 75m euro release clause not active until 2022. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal are planning a £25m transfer move for Dortmund's 24-year-old Switzerland defender Manuel Akanji, after talks began in January. (Sun)

Meanwhile, the Gunners have joined Everton in targeting Juventus' French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 25, and hope he can form a partnership with compatriot Matteo Guendouzi, 21. (Le10 Sport - in French)


Tottenham Hotspur's 29-year-old defender Danny Rose, who is on loan at Newcastle United, has revealed he wants to play for Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers - but joked that Foxes left-back and England team-mate Ben Chilwell, 22, would "have to be bought first". (Mail)

Paris St-Germain remain open to signing Arsenal's 30-year-old Gabon forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has one year left on his contract at Emirates Stadium. (Le10 Sport - in French)

Leicester lead Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton in the pursuit of Celtic and Norway defender Kristoffer Ajer, 22. (90min.com)

Dortmund and Germany midfielder Emre Can, 26, says he would never sign for Manchester United because his "heart would not allow it" after playing for Liverpool. (Bild, via Mirror)

Crystal Palace are ready to make a move for Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser. The player favours a move to Tottenham, but manager Jose Mourinho is unconvinced of the 26-year-old Scotland international's suitability for a top-six club. (Express)

Manchester United are putting together a £10m package for Sporting Lisbon's 17-year-old Portuguese left-back Nuno Mendes, after former Old Trafford winger Nani recommended his compatriot. (Star)
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Saturday's Newspapers:
23rd May 2020




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Arsenal are chasing Ajax star Nicolas Tagliafico in a £20m deal - as Mikel Arteta searches for a new left-back.
Three Premier League clubs are interested in having cardboard cut-outs of supporters in empty stands when top-flight football returns.
Arsenal and Chelsea are both tracking 18-year-old Kaan Kurt who is playing for Borussia Monchengladbach II in the fourth tier of German football.
England's struggling football clubs hope to bring crowds back as early as October - but in small numbers.


daily telegraph

The proposed £300m takeover of Newcastle United is finally expected to be resolved next week.
English clubs will get an added chance of European glory next year as UEFA firms up its plans for Europa League 2 despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark Palios has promised that he and Tranmere Rovers will fight against the recommendation of the EFL board that would relegate the club if the League One season has to be curtailed.


daily mail

The Professional Footballers' Association has asked the Government to undertake more research into possible greater coronavirus risks for black, Asian and minority ethnic players, amid strong concerns among some about a return to football.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche says he isn't bothered about player fitness when football returns.
Pep Guardiola wants Barcelona defender Nelson Semedo to challenge Kyle Walker at Manchester City next season.
Fans could be asked to vote to select personalised goal celebration music for individual players when the Premier League resumes.


daily mirror

Manchester City's and Manchester United's dreams of European success this season have been dealt a blow following the Government's announcement regarding quarantine measures for people coming into the UK.
Willian has made his clearest indication yet that his time at Chelsea is coming to an end after conceding the club will not change their mind on their contract offer.
Tottenham's attempts to keep hold of Jan Vertonghen appear to be failing as the Belgian looks increasingly likely to leave the club this summer.
Jamaal Lascelles insists Newcastle's players have no fear about getting the Premier League back on.


daily star

Leicester head a pack of Premier League clubs ready to pounce for Liverpool's Adam Lallana.
West Ham are chasing Amiens striker Serhou Guirassy, according to the French club's president.
Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is being eyed by Inter Milan as a replacement for Lautaro Martinez, as the forward is edging closer to Barcelona.
Manchester United star Luke Shaw has backed youngster Mason Greenwood to turn into another Robin van Persie at the club.
David Luiz has opened the door on a return to Benfica when his Arsenal contract ends next summer.


the guardian

Plans to shift the Six Nations' traditional slot by a month to March and April and play the Rugby Championship in the same window as part of a synchronised global calendar have moved a step closer, following an unprecedented joint announcement by the respective tournament organisers.


the times

Michael Cheika says that he should not have led the Wallabies to the World Cup in Japan and that he should have resigned as Australia coach six months before it.
UK Athletics is investigating video evidence that shows senior members of the governing body's elite performance team overseeing training sessions while social-distancing protocols are allegedly being broken.
Naomi Osaka has replaced Serena Williams as the world's highest-paid sportswoman.
World Rugby is to consider law changes that will reduce contact time between players to lessen the risk of coronavirus transmission.


scottish sun

John Beaton admits the fallout from the controversial 2018 Old Firm derby at Ibrox changed his life forever.


daily record

Hearts could be pushed to the brink of another financial collapse next week.
SPFL clubs face a whopping bill of £10k-per-week to test their players and staff for COVID-19.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
24th May 2020



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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants Wolves speed machine Adama Traore to join his champions-elect.
Former FA and Arsenal chief David Dein says next season should run from February until November.
Burnley's Jack Cork claims most Premier League players back the return to football, despite their initial concerns over Project Restart.
Chelsea have been handed a boost by the news that Inter Milan have reportedly rejected Paris Saint-Germain's bid for striker Mauro Icardi.


sunday telegraph

Premier League clubs could lose around £70m in commercial revenues if the police and Government enforce their plans to play the remaining matches at neutral grounds.
Hull City's vice-chairman Ehab Allam has launched a scathing attack on the English Football League over its plans to restart the Championship season, less than 48 hours before second-tier clubs return to training.
The Irish Rugby Football Union has "hit a revenue cliff" according to chief executive Philip Browne, who says cash reserves have "dried up" and that without Government support it could now "take a generation" to get sport back on its feet in Ireland.


mail on sunday

A group of Brighton players asked the club to tone down their outspoken opposition to Project Restart last week as they felt it belittled their chances of staying in the Premier League on merit.
Small print in Manchester United's latest quarterly financial results reveal the Premier League giants chose to defer their £10m VAT bill to the UK Government for a year.
Regular water breaks may be needed in Premier League games if football returns during summer, according to Brighton chief executive Paul Barber.
Hundreds of small clubs could be excluded from the 2020-2021 FA Cup if the start to next season is delayed.
England's players have been told not to put sweat or saliva on the ball and to relay it straight from the wicketkeeper to the bowler as part of their return-to-action plan.


daily star sunday

Danny Ings, Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse are all set to be up for grabs in the transfer market if Southampton's owner Gao Jisheng does not sell his 80 per cent stake in the club.
Ainsley Maitland-Miles is set to leave Arsenal this summer as part of Mikel Arteta's squad rebuild.
Chelsea are set to issue a social distancing warning to their first-team stars after Marcos Alonso and Kepa Arrizabalaga breached protocol to take pictures with fans.


sunday express

Newcastle and Wolves are ready to offer Chelsea flop Gonzalo Higuain a second chance in the Premier League.
Manchester United's hopes of landing Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho this summer could depend on Manchester City's Champions League ban being upheld.
Kepa Arrizabalaga could move to Valencia this summer while Chelsea are looking to sign Ajax's Andre Onana as a replacement for the Spaniard.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana could upset supporters if he refuses to extend his contract until the end of the season.


sunday mirror

Manchester United are hoping Argentine giants Boca Juniors and Estudiantes will become embroiled in a £12m bidding war for Marcos Rojo.
Arsene Wenger has claimed he will never return to Arsenal Football Club - not even as a spectator.
Manchester United are said to have held talks with Adrien Rabiot's agent over a prospective transfer this summer.
Barcelona are ready to cut their losses and offload Ousmane Dembele for just £37m.


sunday mail

Neil Lennon reckons he'd have been sacked if he'd endured two trophyless seasons like Old Firm rival Steven Gerrard.


scottish sun

Next season's Old Firm games could all be played in 2021 as part of a shock plan to shuffle the Scottish football calendar.
Daniel Stendel insists he has unfinished business at Hearts as he refused to rule out a return to Gorgie.
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25th May 2020



DAILY TELEGRAPH
Rafael Benitez is keen to make an emotional return to Newcastle United under a new Saudi Arabian-backed ownership with John Stones and Ross Barkley among the players the Spaniard would like to take with him.

DAILY MIRROR
Bruno Fernandes is undertaking extra training sessions away from Manchester United in a bid to regain his match sharpness, along with team-mate Diogo Dalot.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing to fast-track 17-year-old youngster Hannibal Mejbri straight into the Manchester United first-team next season.


DAILY MAIL
The Premier League season could be completed using a combination of home grounds and neutral venues in a dramatic new twist to Project Restart.

DAILY STAR
Philippe Coutinho and his agent have reportedly made a decision about the Brazilian's future ahead of a potential move this summer.
Leicester will start working at their new state-of-the-art £100m training facilities from next month and manager Brendan Rodgers believes it will make them a permanent top-six team.
Arsenal could be forced to extend Henrikh Mkhitaryan's contract if they ever want to receive a transfer fee for him.

THE GUARDIAN
Joe Hart, who is out of contract this summer, feels he will have to move abroad to get back into the big time.


THE TIMES
Liverpool and other teams who use pressing as a tactic face greater challenges in minimising contact between players when the return to competitive training resumes this week.

DAILY EXPRESS
West Ham fans are in talks with the club about showing their faces on Zoom on the London Stadium's big screens to help give players a boost in behind-closed-doors games.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic have been handed a boost in their bid to keep Fraser Forster and Mohamed Elyounoussi at the club next season, with Southampton preparing for a mass exodus of players.

Arsenal are to begin talks with Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho's agent. The Brazilian 27-year-old has spent the season on loan at Bayern Munich but the Bundesliga champions will not pay the £105m required to make the deal permanent. (Le10sport - in French)

Paris St-Germain are negotiating an agreement with Arsenal in an attempt to sign forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 30, for £34m. (Todofichajes)

Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, 32, could return to the Premier League after a disappointing loan spell with Chelsea - Newcastle and Wolves are both interested. (Express)

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, 24, has been heavily linked with Liverpool but former Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves has suggested Old Trafford could be a better move. (Star)

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez, 29 and valued at £57m, is being monitored by Manchester United, Arsenal and Real Madrid. (Tuttosport - in Italian)

Bournemouth striker Joshua King, 28, is a target for four of the current top six clubs in the Premier League after Manchester United's £20m deadline-day bid was turned down in January. (Mirror)

Juventus want to beat Real Madrid to Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland, 19, in a £67m move. (Tuttosport - in Italian)

Barcelona are willing to offload France forward Ousmane Dembele, 23, for just £37m. The Spanish club paid £137m for the Frenchman three years ago but he has only started five times after a string of injuries. (Mirror)

Winger Adama Traore, 24, has been advised to ignore Liverpool's interest and stay at Wolves for another season by former Sheffield United midfielder Michael Brown. (Star)

Wales and FC Schalke winger Rabbi Matondo, 19, says he is fully focused on the German club amid interest from Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News)
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
26th May 2020



THE TIMES
Odion Ighalo is likely to leave Manchester United on Sunday and return to Shanghai Shenhua, who have offered him a new contract worth more than £75m over four years.
The British Grand Prix is set to be reprieved after Boris Johnson intervened personally to ensure that two Formula One races can go ahead at Silverstone this summer despite the 14-day coronavirus quarantine restrictions.

DAILY MAIL
Barcelona will listen to loan offers for Ousmane Dembele in the summer such is the desire to get him off the wage bill and to stop his value nose-diving.
Everton have made a £25m offer to Barcelona defender Jean-Claire Todibo, who is currently on loan at Bundesliga outfit Schalke.
Players are at an increased risk of muscle and joint injuries with Project Restart failing to provide a proper pre-season to build fitness, warns former England and Arsenal physio Gary Lewin.
Chelsea have opted against using the buy-back clause for winger Jeremie Boga despite becoming one of Serie A's most exciting players since joining Sassuolo in 2018.


DAILY MIRROR
Premier League players are ready to give their seal of approval for Project Restart.


THE SUN
Skint Premier League clubs are considering payday-style loans with huge interest rates to stay in business.
Jurgen Klopp held a "virtual meeting" with Timo Werner over Easter to discuss a transfer to Liverpool.
Chelsea keeper Willy Caballero has backed team-mate N'Golo Kante over his COVID-19 fears.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Premier League clubs are not expected to have to place their squads into a 14-day quarantine period if one of their players tests positive for COVID-19, according to the government's latest guidance.
Manchester United are ready to sanction an extension to Dean Henderson's loan at Sheffield United and allow him to finish the season at Bramall Lane.
World Rugby's influential medical group has proposed banning reset scrums and upright tackling in a huge shake-up of the sport's laws.
Sky Bet Championship players have been told they can opt out of training should they fear for their safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of world-leading heart doctors have warned about the potential cardiac risks of the coronavirus to sportspeople and recommended that elite athletes should not return to exercise for at least two weeks after a positive test.


SCOTTISH SUN
Southampton could step up their interest in Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham - with goalkeeper Fraser Forster included in any deal.
Gareth McAuley claims Celtic's nine in a row title is a hollow triumph.


DAILY RECORD
SPFL bosses are set to call an emergency board meeting in the next 48 hours to discuss the next step in the crisis facing Hearts.
KuPS sporting director Jonne Lindblom has admitted Dundee United are among a string of teams who are tracking new Finnish star Ilmari Niskanen.
Gary Maley's Livingston future is at the mercy of social media, after the club posted a poll on whether he should be given a new contract.

Everton have made a £40m move to sign midfielder Allan, 29, but Napoli want closer to £60m for the Brazilian. (Il Mattino - in Italian)

The Toffees have also made a £25m offer to Barcelona for French defender Jean-Claire Todibo, 20, who is currently on loan at Bundesliga side Schalke. (Mail)

Bournemouth owner Maxim Demin came close to selling the Cherries to a Saudi Arabian business consortium in January, only to see the deal break down over a disagreement in the club valuation. (90min)

Manchester United will grant an extension to let English goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 23, finish the season on loan at Sheffield United with the current deal ending in June. (Telegraph)

Chelsea have decided against using their buy-back clause on Sassuolo's Ivory Coast international winger Jeremie Boga, 20, who has been linked with a move to Napoli. (Guardian)

On-loan Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 27, may not play for Bayern Munich again after the Bundesliga leaders decided not to sign him permanently from Barcelona and has been offered to Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. (Sky Sports)

Inter Milan and Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 27, is moving closer to a permanent transfer to Paris St-Germain for around £54m. (ESPN)
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