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Thursday's Newspapers:
3rd October 2019


the sun

Manchester United are watching Real Madrid winger Martin Odegaard but face competition from Liverpool and Arsenal.
Mauricio Pochettino held clear-the-air talks with his shell-shocked stars after their 7-2 thrashing by Bayern Munich.
Manchester City star Bernardo Silva is set to personally plead with the FA bosses not to ban him for his "racist" tweet.
Massimiliano Allegri wants to wait until the end of the season before targeting the Premier League.
Kyle Walker and Dele Alli are sweating over their England places under Gareth Southgate - but Tammy Abraham is in line for a call-up.
Bayern Munich are eyeing a transfer swoop for 16-year-old Birmingham midfielder Jude Bellingham.
Manchester United have reportedly identified Timo Werner, Moussa Dembele and Ousmane Dembele as transfer targets in January.
Manchester United are reportedly stepping up their pursuit of Leicester's £80m-rated playmaker James Maddison.


the times

Tottenham fear that a disillusioned Harry Kane could join the growing list of senior players who want to leave in the summer.
The FA has secured three times the number of tickets it was originally allocated for England's match in Prague next week, in an attempt to reduce the risk of fan misbehaviour.


daily mail

Tottenham players fear manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking for a way out but the club won't sack him as it would cost £32m.
Inter Milan are lining up a stunning January deal for Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez to expand their attacking options
Maurizio Sarri wants a reunion with Chelsea star N'Golo Kante and Juventus believe they can get him for £70m.


daily mirror

Paul Dummett has admitted Newcastle stars exchanged harsh words in a brutal inquest into their 5-0 loss at Leicester.
Manchester City talisman Raheem Sterling has urged them to be patient as they bid to be crowned kings of Europe.
Mauricio Pochettino summoned his shell-shocked Spurs players to a crisis meeting after their Champions League humiliation.


daily star

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham is set for an England recall amid Marcus Rashford's injury worry.


daily telegraph

Mauricio Pochettino is not facing the sack as Tottenham say it's business as usual after their Bayern Munich thrashing.
Fikayo Tomori is hoping to join Chelsea team-mates Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Ross Barkley in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the Euro 2020 qualifying trips to Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Christian Eriksen has mocked internet rumours that Tottenham Hotspur team-mate Jan Vertonghen had an affair with his girlfriend.


daily record

Scotland new boy Lawrence Shankland has dismissed claims that he almost joined Rangers instead of Dundee United.
Defiant Steven Gerrard insists he won't use Young Boys' plastic pitch as an excuse if Rangers fail in Bern - despite admitting they should be banned.
Neil Lennon insists Spurs' seven-goal battering by Bayern Munich is proof that Celtic and Scottish football deserves more respect.


scottish sun

Stuart Lovell has been suspended by PFA Scotland amid a bitter legal fight with chief executive Fraser Wishart.
Derek McInnes insists he won't rush Scott McKenna back to shore up his dodgy defence.
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Friday's Newspapers:
4th October 2019


the times

The Football Association has asked Manchester City for information on the hacking dispute with Liverpool in a significant escalation of the controversy.
Newcastle United supporters have written to the club over fears Manchester United fans have taken seats in the home end for their game at St James' Park on Sunday.
The head of the Olympic Games wants to know if every runner who worked with the disgraced coach Alberto Salazar has been investigated in the wake of the scandal engulfing athletics.


the sun

Martin Odegaard doesn't speak to Zinedine Zidane and wants to spend two seasons with Real Sociedad before playing for Real Madrid.
Harry Wilson has given Bournemouth an injury scare and is a massive doubt for the weekend.
Peter Kenyon has upped his £300m takeover attempt of Newcastle.


daily mail

The return of safe standing in Premier League and Sky Bet Championship grounds has been delayed until at least 2021.
Sol Campbell has been interviewed for the managerial vacancy at Southend United.
England new boy Fikayo Tomori's performance in shackling Marcus Rashford while playing for Canada U20s in 2016 persuaded Football Association chiefs to target the Chelsea defender.


daily mirror

Arsenal have been accused of loaning Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Roma despite knowing that he was injured.
Arsenal can land RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano for a cut-price fee when his transfer release clause drops in the summer.
Egypt's coach has handed Liverpool a boost by confirming he will not pick Mohamed Salah for the side's next match against Botswana on October 14.
Chris Hughton has turned down Stoke as the Potters prepare to sack manager Nathan Jones.
Brendan Rodgers has revealed Leicester got their eye in for Saturday's trip to table-toppers Liverpool by playing crazy golf.


daily telegraph

More professional footballers accessed counselling services offered by the players' union in the first nine months of 2019 than in the whole of 2018.


daily star

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker believes his England career is over at the age of just 29.


daily record

Rangers' summer recruitment drive was helped by a share issue that raised almost £7m in capital, the Ibrox club has revealed.
Rangers and their charity foundation have been honoured with a prestigious international award in Switzerland.


scottish sun

Jason Cummings insists he's not trying to "bribe" Scotland into an international recall by opening talks with Australia.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
5th October 2019


daily mail

Barcelona could use Antoine Griezmann in a swap deal for Neymar next summer as the French forward has still not clicked with Lionel Messi.
Rangers are set to appoint Southampton's Ross Wilson as their new director of football two years after he rejected a move to Ibrox.


the sun

Sir Alex Ferguson will keep a close eye on Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn - before recommending the Scot to Manchester United chiefs.
Peter Kenyon's consortium have stepped up their £300m Newcastle takeover bid by registering a new company which will head the deal.
River Plate coach Marcelo Gallardo is in line to replace struggling Ernesto Valverde as Barcelona boss.


daily mirror

Lionel Messi could face issues travelling to the UK if Barcelona draw an English side in the Champions League after Brexit.
Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell takes tips off of 'the best full-back in the world' Andy Robertson.
Liverpool's imminent deal with Nike will see the American giants use the likes of Drake, Serena Williams and LeBron James to promote the club's attire.


daily express

Chelsea are to open contract talks with Willian as manager Frank Lampard is keen to keep the winger.
Manchester United are targeting Mexican starlet Jose Juan Macias, who has been dubbed the next Javier Hernandez.


the times

Pep Guardiola has warned Kyle Walker that his place in the Manchester City team will come under threat if Joao Cancelo continues to impress.



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Loris Karius hopes to play for Liverpool again after his Besiktas loan finishes.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
6th October 2019



sunday mirror

Manchester United have denied Paul Pogba is holding them to ransom by demanding a reported £600,000-a-week new deal.
Sean Longstaff has been ordered to forget about any dream £40m transfer to Manchester United.
Real Madrid have moved into pole position to sign Ajax's £100m-rated Donny van de Beek - just three months after Manchester United decided against signing the midfielder for almost a third of the price.


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Christian Pulisic is ready to consider his Chelsea future in January if he continues to be left out of the side by Frank Lampard.
Steve Bruce is set to pair brothers Sean and Matty Longstaff in midfield for Newcastle against Manchester United.
Manchester United are ready to appoint Celtic physio Tim Williamson to their backroom team following a successful interview.
Umbro has agreed a shock multi-million-pound deal to take over as England Rugby's official kit manufacturer next season.
Millwall are keen to speak to Forest Green Rovers manager Mark Cooper about succeeding Neil Harris at The Den.
Middlesbrough are chasing Kilmarnock right-back Stephen O'Donnell.


sunday telegraph

Gareth Southgate will brief his England players on what to do if they are faced with racial abuse in the Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria.


daily star sunday

Fears are growing that the plug could be pulled on a takeover at Sunderland.
Newcastle's Matt Ritchie has undergone surgery on his injured ankle.


the sun on sunday

Leicester are scouting left-backs with Ben Chilwell set for a £50m exit.
Sheffield United are prepared to splash the cash on Brentford's Championship hotshot Ollie Watkins.
Gary Rowett is Millwall's No 1 target to take over from Neil Harris as manager.
Brighton are lining up an offer for £10million-rated Preston defender Ben Davies.
Sheffield United are prepared to splash the cash on Championship hot-shot Ollie Watkins.


the observer

Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard says the senior players must set the tone for the club's youngsters.


sunday mail

Jermain Defoe is in talks with Rangers boss Steven Gerrard about making his Ibrox stay a permanent one next season.
Celtic have opened talks with Callum McGregor over a bumper new deal to stave off a January move by Brendan Rodgers.
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Monday's Newspapers:
7th October 2019


daily mail

Manchester United sent scouts to watch Moussa Dembele on Sunday night - and they could be handed a boost after he was benched again.
England are set to ring the changes for Saturday's clash with France having booked their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals with a game to spare.


the guardian

Chris Silverwood will on Monday be named England cricket's new head coach.


daily mirror

Eric Dier admits Tottenham are in crisis after a nightmare week saw them lose to Bayern Munich and Brighton.
Liverpool have eased fears over Mohamed Salah, after initial checks appear to show his injury against Leicester is not as serious as first feared.
Brendan Rodgers believes Leicester are displaying the qualities crucial to a top-four challenge.


daily telegraph

Tim Cahill is one of the names Millwall are considering as they step up their search for a successor to Neil Harris as manager.
Defiant Everton boss Marco Silva is 'not worried' by his side's losing run.
Joe Allen insists Stoke players are behind under-pressure Nathan Jones after their last-gasp win at Swansea.
Sebastian Prodl believes there is a "much better" atmosphere at Watford, having finally been recalled following a fallout with the previous head coach.
The neurologist trialling technology to help quickly diagnose sports concussions thinks rugby union's head injury assessment should be extended beyond 10 minutes.


the sun

UEFA refused a request by British cops to move the date of England's Euro 2020 qualifier against Czech Republic.
Jurgen Klopp wants Steven Gerrard to succeed him as Liverpool boss - but claims fellow Anfield legend Kenny Dalgish could be the favourite.


the times

Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to transform how football is run, lashing out at "bad owners" such as Newcastle United's Mike Ashley.
Caster Semenya's medical specialist objected to what she said was a recommendation by the IAAF that the South African runner should have surgery to reduce her testosterone, according to court documents.


daily express

England are sweating on the fitness of Billy Vunipola after brother Mako revealed his sibling's ankle injury against Argentina was a recurrence of an old problem.


daily record

Scott Brown has called for consistency from referees as the Celtic captain insisted Livingston's Keaghan Jacobs should have walked.


scottish sun

George Edmundson says Rangers' veterans will keep the younger players at the club grounded in title challenge.
Scott Brown believes Livingston loss could help Celtic in the club's nine-in-a-row title bid.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
8th October 2019


daily mail

Wilfried Zaha is taking legal action against his agent, Will Salthouse of Unique Sports Management, due to anger at the agency's failure to secure him a transfer from Crystal Palace last summer.
England medics will closely monitor Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford's fitness ahead of the Euro 2020 qualifying clash against Czech Republic.
Paul Pogba has arrived in the UAE to complete a warm weather recovery program on his injured right foot.
Chelsea youngster Ike Ugbo has become the latest England prospect to be targeted by Nigeria.
Lucy Bronze admits she nearly chose to play for Portugal instead of England as she prepares to face them with the Lionesses.
France's World Cup campaign is lurching towards trademark chaos with the players being urged to stage a mutiny against the coaches.


the sun

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer told his Manchester United flops after Sunday's defeat at Newcastle: "You're going to get me the sack".
Ederson says Aymeric Laporte's injury is costing Manchester City in the title race.
The Manchester United legends sticking the boot into the current crop are right, says midfielder Fred.
Daniel Stendel is close to being axed by Championship club Barnsley after failing to win in 11 games.
Dario Gradi has retired as Crewe's director of football after 36 years at the club.
Dillian Whyte remains hopeful of beating his doping charge and make a comeback before the end of 2019.
Ireland's hopes of a Rugby World Cup quarter-final place could be blown off course by a typhoon.
A top British Athletics chief could quit in the wake of the Alberto Salazar scandal.


daily mirror

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is fighting to save his job and is losing the confidence of the Manchester United hierarchy.
Gareth Southgate has rejected the chance to pick Dele Alli for England in the wake of Fabian Delph's injury.
llkay Gundogan admits Liverpool's lead over Manchester City in the Premier League could grow further.
Michael Carrick has hailed Sean Longstaff after Manchester United's defeat to Newcastle
Juventus' Matthijs de Ligt has hit back at claims that Maurizio Sarri told him to lose weight.
Italy want Arsenal youngster Gabriel Martinelli to switch allegiance from Brazil.


the times

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fears that a rout at the hands of Liverpool after the international break could cost him his job.
Eric Dier is among several Tottenham players made available in January as Mauricio Pochettino accelerates plans for a clear-out of his under performing players.
English referees have been told not to order substituted players to leave by the nearest touchline if they are concerned that it could lead to potential clashes with opposition fans.


the guardian

Fikayo Tomori has revealed that he deliberated long and hard before committing his international future to England over Canada or Nigeria.


daily telegraph

One of Chris Silverwood's first steps as England head coach will be to appoint Paul Collingwood as a full-time member of a backroom team with a strong English identity.
One of the key whistleblowers in football's child abuse scandal says it is a 'joke' that Dario Gradi has been able to leave Crewe on his own terms.
Phil Neville insists he does not feel vulnerable in the England Women's head coach job.


daily record

Ex-England star Steven Caulker has told Steve Clarke he's ready to answer the Scotland defensive SOS.
Livingston's Lyndon Dykes insists he would jump at the chance of playing for Scotland - but only if his native Australia doesn't come calling.


scottish sun

Scotland bosses are locked in talks to hand ex-England defender Steven Caulker a shock call-up.
Steven Reid has nothing but sympathy for Ryan Christie over his Celtic red-card hell.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
9th October 2019


daily mail

Jose Mourinho is monitoring Tottenham's situation as he looks for a route back into management.
Failings by Manchester United contributed directly to the death of a lifelong fan at Old Trafford during a match in 2017.
Manchester United have earmarked Julian Nagelsmann as a future Old Trafford manager.
Newcastle want to bring England youth international Lewis Gibson back to St James' Park from Everton.
Marco Silva is expected to remain in charge of Everton for their next Premier League game with West Ham.
Chelsea's reaction to back-to-back defeats by Valencia then Liverpool comes after Frank Lampard and his assistant Jody Morris strategically put pressure on their senior players.
Pep Guardiola locked himself in his office after a 1-1 draw with Everton in August 2017 that was one of the lowest moments of his Manchester City reign.
Championship strugglers Reading are expected to sack manager Jose Gomes over the next 24 hours.
England's final group match against France is in danger of being cancelled as Typhoon Hagibis changes course.
The ECB will spend £50million transforming the women's game over five years.


the sun

Manchester United are set to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer if he loses to Norwich at the end of the month - unless he gets hammered by Liverpool first.
Pep Guardiola will step down if it all goes wrong at Manchester City and chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak knows it.
Three Brighton fans face lengthy bans and potential criminal charges after two incidents of racism during games against Spurs.
Axed Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel could be in line to take over from Jack Ross at Sunderland.
Reading look ready to hand Mark Hughes a return to management.
The NFL are still warming to the idea of a franchise in London after a debut game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.


daily mirror

David Moyes is open to a return to Everton with struggling manager Marco Silva under pressure.
Tottenham's Dele Alli has hired a nutritionist and taken up yoga in a bid to get him back to peak fitness.
Christian Eriksen does not believe his refusal to sign a new deal is contributing to his poor form.
Dele Alli has hired his own personal nutritionist to try as he tries to stop the muscle injuries which have plagued his last 18 months.
Jessica Ennis-Hill's ex-coach Toni Minichiello has thrown his hat into the ring to be the next boss of British Athletics.


daily telegraph

Ben Stokes' wife has denied claims the cricketer put a 'choke hold' on her at a recent cricket awards event.
Bournemouth and Watford have been warned they face financial disaster if a Saudi Arabia-backed broadcaster continues to steal hundreds of millions of pounds in Premier League TV rights.
Manchester United remain committed to giving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer time to revive the club's fortunes.
Gareth Bale remains 'badly hurt' by the way he has been treated by Real Madrid.
England are expected to make at least seven changes to their starting XV to face France as a sickness bug and injury concerns hit the squad on Tuesday.


the times

Gareth Bale is still seeking a way out of Real Madrid despite playing seven matches so far this season.
Saido Berahino's lawyers have written to magistrates asking that a warrant for his arrest over a court no-show be withdrawn.
England will not risk playing Billy Vunipola in their final group game against France because of injury.
Neil Black has been dismissed as UK Athletics performance director and will finish at the end of this month.


daily record

Celtic have fallen foul of UEFA again after fans set off fireworks against Cluj.
Steven Reid has confirmed Hibs keeper Chris Maxwell is on Scotland's radar.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes expects Craig Bryson to make a timely return to ease his midfield crisis at Fir Park.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
10th October 2019


DAILY MIRROR
•Mesut Ozil fears he could have played his last game for Arsenal.


•Manchester United have reached a verbal agreement to sign Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic in the new year, according to a report in Italy.
•Manchester United may renew their interest in Ivan Rakitic after the midfielder admitted he may have to quit Barcelona in search of regular first-team football.


THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

•Gareth Southgate has been picking the brains of England's Cricket World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan as he plots how to turn the country's footballers into European champions.
•Undercover racism spotters have been commissioned by UEFA amid heightened abuse fears during England's Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria.


DAILY MAIL


•Gareth Southgate is considering handing Mason Mount his full England debut on Friday at the expense of Chelsea team-mate Ross Barkley.
•Manchester United released Dwight McNeil at 14 because his set-pieces were deemed not good enough.
•Arsenal are monitoring Feyenoord's teenage midfielder Orkun Kokcu.
•Jose Mourinho has rejected an opportunity to take the vacant Lyon job, according to reports in France.
•A number of Manchester United's senior players are reportedly 'unconvinced' by first-team coach Kieran McKenna after the club's dreadful start to the season.
•Arsenal and Crystal Palace are among the Premier League clubs keeping a close eye on Salzburg forward Hwang Hee-chan.


THE SUN


• Pep Guardiola claims Phil Foden is the only player Manchester City will never sell - even for €500m.


DAILY STAR

•Dani Ceballos missed Spain training with a hamstring problem on Tuesday in a worrying injury update for Arsenal boss Unai Emery.


THE SCOTTISH SUN

•Oli Burke will lead the line for Scotland against Russia in Moscow - as Steve Clarke targets 12 points from the final four qualifiers.
•Steve Clarke has failed in a bid to persuade Southampton 'keeper Angus Gunn to play for Scotland.


•Paul Heckingbottom will discover his fate over his SFA charge at a Hampden hearing on Thursday.
•Rangers star Jermain Defoe is the fourth most popular footballer in the UK, according to a survey.
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Friday's Newspapers:
11th October 2019


daily telegraph

Manchester United will make up to four signings in each of the next two summer transfer windows with the realisation that they are around six players short of challenging for major honours.
England's players were not briefed on how to respond to monkey chants by Montenegro fans before their match there.
Sunderland want Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth to be their new manager after making a formal approach to his club.
Scotland have threatened legal action to ensure their World Cup decider against Japan on Sunday goes ahead.
There was anger and emotion in the Italy camp following the cancellation of their World Cup match against New Zealand.


daily mail

Chelsea have emerged as frontrunners for Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell.
Wolves chairman Jeff Shi has admitted the club's owners are seeking fresh investment in the club.
Newcastle hero Matty Longstaff is on the radar of England U21s after his heroics against Manchester United.
Chevrolet are highly unlikely to renew their kit sponsorship deal with Manchester United.
Aston Villa are hopeful Tom Heaton and Bjorn Engels will fit for their next Premier League clash with Brighton.
Tottenham chief scout Steve Hitchen has been dispatched to Mauricio Pochettino's home country Argentina to look for talent.
Sir Clive Woodward says 'by hook or by crook' the Rugby World Cup should get the Scotland game on.


daily mirror

Everton boss Marco Silva will be given three games to save his job as manager.
Manchester City are lining up a January move for Benfica centre-back Ruben Dias.
Gerard Pique held talks over an incredible £20million package to rescue troubled Notts County.
Spurs hope to sell Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid in January to prevent him leaving for free next summer.
Raheem Sterling admits England are already dreaming about winning Euro 2020 next summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keeping tabs on Rostov's Norwegian star Mathias Normann as the under-fire Manchester United manager looks to bolster his midfield ranks.


the guardian

The heavyweight boxer Tyrone Spong has had 23 charges filed against him over the escape of an "extremely dangerous" cougar in Florida.


the sun

England fans travelling to watch the side take on Czech Republic have been warned they will not be allowed to watch the game if they smell of booze.


daily record

Celtic fans may get a second chance to purchase tickets for the Europa League game with Lazio, as the Italian club admit they're struggling to sell their allocation.


scottish sun

A sports facility at the centre of a huge fan zone row last year has been leased to the Rangers Charity Foundation.
Glenn Middleton has restored his Hibs pictures to social media just two days after they mysteriously vanished.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
12th October 2019


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Paul Pogba looks certain to miss next Sunday's crunch clash against Liverpool, with Manchester United medics fearing he could be sidelined until at least the end of October.
David Beckham is targeting Kylian Mbappe as his first blue-chip client as he starts his career as an agent.
Liverpool have received assurances that Mo Salah's presence in Qatar during December's Club World Cup will not be used for propaganda purposes, amid fears that the Egyptian striker could be pressured into withdrawing from the tournament for political reasons.
Complaints over the standard of stewarding at football matches are on the rise, according to the leading fans' group.
Former Wales international David Cotterill is facing legal action from at least seven former team-mates after being accused of cheating them out of a combined total of almost £400k.
Serge Aurier has opened up about wanting to leave Tottenham during the summer - but admits that he isn't sure what his future holds now.


daily express

Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, have a plan to revamp Old Trafford in the coming years.


daily mirror

Didier Deschamps has moved to reassure Chelsea fans over N'Golo Kante's injury, saying the Chelsea midfielder was pulled out of the France line-up to face Iceland as a precaution.
Alexandre Lacazette could provide a welcome boost to Arsenal as he looks set to return to training next week.
Jamie Vardy has been "distressed" over Rebekah Vardy's public spat with Coleen Rooney.
Kevin Phillips says Arsene Wenger admitted to regrets over not signing him for Arsenal.


daily telegraph

The Scottish Rugby Union will hit World Rugby with a multi-million-pound claim for damages if Sunday's final World Cup pool-stage game against Japan is cancelled.


the sun

Phil Parkinson has been added to Sunderland's list of targets to replace Jack Ross as boss.
Newcastle's newest hero Matty Longstaff earns just £850 a week at St James' Park.
Besiktas are interested in a shock move for Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, according to reports in Turkey.
Arsenal star Bukayo Saka is still not allowed into the first-team dressing room at the club's training ground, despite making five senior appearances for the Gunners this season.
Chelsea could recall midfielder Ethan Ampadu from his RB Leipzig loan after a lack of playing time so far this season.


the times

Eddie Jones has turned to Australian rugby league coach Ricky Stuart to help England prepare for their expected World Cup quarter-final against the Wallabies.


scottish sun

Steve Clarke says he'd quit as Scotland boss if he didn't believe he could turn things around.
Ryan Christie has admitted his red card lunge at Livingston was a shocker.
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