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​LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is eyeing a £28m move for Schalke starlet Max Meyer, according to reports in Germany.

Klopp says Liverpool’s signing of Alex Manninger will allow the club’s younger goalkeepers to continue their development.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Jose Mourinho says he’d still be at Chelsea if Roman Abramovich wanted him, but admits he wants a long Manchester United career.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has defended the club’s spending policy and believes finishing runners-up in the Premier League last season shows they are making progress.

AC Milan’s Carlos Bacca will decide on his proposed £26m move to West Ham in the next 48 hours.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City director of football Txiki Begiristain has told a Man City supporter Gabriel Jesus is set to sign for the club.

Manchester United’s Anthony Martial has been pipped as the new FIFA 17 cover star by Marco Reus.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Real Madrid are ‘interested’ in Moussa Sissoko – and could offer Newcastle a player in part-exchange.

Liverpool have courted Georginio Wijnaldum for years and he will be a “wonderful asset” to the Reds, believes Dirk Kuyt.

Newcastle United new boy Grant Hanley says it is “flattering” to be unveiled as Rafa Benitez’s sixth signing of the summer.

EXPRESS & STAR

Outgoing Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey is set to move to Championship rivals Norwich after overseeing Wolves’ transition to the new owners, according to reports.

Aston Villa have confirmed the exit of Carles Gil, with the midfielder joining Deportivo on a one-year loan deal.

EVENING GAZETTE

Aitor Karanka is delighted Middlesbrough have completed “80%-90%” of their summer squad rebuilding plan.

WALES ONLINE

Swansea have rejected a £7m bid from Stoke City for Ki Sung-yeung, before turning their attention to another transfer target, Liverpool’s Joe Allen.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Bournemouth’s Max Gradel looks set to avoid suspension for the start of the forthcoming Premier League season – after seeing red against Minnesota United.

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