#PaperTalk : All The Latest Football News Headlines This Morning

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West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 21, has renewed rumours he could join Manchester United after he was pictured at Old Trafford for their FA Cup defeat by Arsenal. (Daily Mail)

James Milner, 29, is considering leaving Manchester City on a free transfer in the summer to play abroad, with the midfielder holding initial talks with AC Milan, Roma, Inter Milan and two clubs in Spain. (Guardian)

Southampton have joined West Ham in being interested in Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 26, who is on loan at Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool defender Glen Johnson, 30, has said he would be interested in a move abroad when his contract at Anfield expires in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

The Red could have lined up a replacement for Johnson as they remain hopeful of signing 31-year-old Manchester United and Arsenal target Dani Alves, who will be free to leave Barcelona in the summer. (Daily Star)

Barcelona’s sporting director Ariedo Braida has told Spanish TV channel Esport3 that “strange things” happen in football, referring to the prospect of Lionel Messi, 27, leaving the Nou Camp. (NBC Sports)


Arsenal are closing in on signing Palermo forward Paulo Dybala, 21, in a £29.5m deal. (Fichajes.net in Spanish)

With their team having been replaced at the top of La Liga by Barcelona, 32.2% of Real Madrid fans would drop world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo, 30, according to a poll. (AS)

Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has said versatile midfielder Emre Can, 21, will go on to become “the king” of Anfield. (Liverpool Echo)

But the Reds face a battle to keep midfielder Jordan Henderson, 24, according to former Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar. (Talksport)

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has been spotted eating pizza with Chelsea midfielder Cesc Febregas at wet London department store Harrods. (Evening Standard) (external)



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