Football Papers : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Rumours This Morning

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Arsenal’s cash crisis during the last decade nearly left them penniless and cost them the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, who later conquered Europe with Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney has been praised as a “once in a lifetime” talent by none other than Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi.

Gareth Bale missed out on millions by choosing to play for Wales over England, his agent says.

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is set to sanction James Wilson’s loan move to the Championship.

John Stones will ask for a £38m release clause – the size of Chelsea’s final failed bid – when he starts talks with Everton over a new contract.

Southampton fear the Netherlands will send an SOS for manager Ronald Koeman following a dismal start to Danny Blind’s reign.

Thibaut Courtois has picked up a knee injury ahead of the trip to Everton to give Chelsea another headache.

Wayne Rooney fears for his international place despite becoming the first England player to score 50 goals.

Harry Kane believes his partnership with Rooney can fire England to Euro 2016 glory next summer.

Dick Advocaat has warned Jermain Defoe he will not start up front as long as Sunderland are playing with a lone striker.

l Association will allow Chelsea and Tottenham to make short-term moves to Wembley Stadium while they increase their respective home capacities. (London Evening Standard)

Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in signing Switzerland striker Breel Embolo. The 18-year-old is valued at £10m by his club FC Basel. (Talksport)

David de Gea has been given 48 hours to win back his Manchester United place in time for Saturday’s huge game against Liverpool.

Bastian Schweinsteiger’s former club TSV 1860 Rosenheim claim Manchester United only paid £6.5m to sign the 31-year-old Germany midfielder from Bayern Munich, not the £14.4m figure that had been reported at the time. (Manchester Evening News)

Wayne Rooney is so impressed with Harry Kane’s talents he fears falling down the pecking order for England.



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