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

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  • Manchester City have told Barcelona they are willing to pay £100m to reunite superstar Lionel Messi with Pep Guardiola.
  • Manchester United are reportedly expected to sign Antoine Griezmann in a £100m move next summer after Atletico Madrid made Chelsea’s Diego Costa their top choice to replace him.
  • Swansea City have been linked with a loan move for a Chinese Super League player in the form of ex-Chelsea star Gael Kakuta.
  • Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez faces a possible jail sentence after admitting to two counts of tax fraud in Spain.
  • Arsene Wenger is lining up a move for AC Milan’s rapid forward M’Baye Niang if Alexis Sanchez opts to leave Arsenal.
  • Former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski looks set to break the trend by rejecting a move to China to play in Japan.
  • Robbie Keane could make a shock return to English football after LA Galaxy spell with Championship side Preston.
  • Crystal Palace are talks to sign Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra.
  • Diego Costa is ready to call a truce with Chelsea and stay until the end of the season.
  • Pep Guardiola will be handed a staggering £250m war chest to turn Manchester City into champions again.
  • Watford want to bring former QPR and West Ham striker Mauro Zarate back to the Premier League from Fiorentina.
  • Ipswich have signed former West Ham defender Jordan Spence, 26, until the end of the season.
  • Leeds United have slapped a £15m price tag on star striker Chris Wood to block interest in the New Zealand international.
  • Pep Guardiola is planning a mass clear-out this summer in a bid to re-build Manchester City.
  • Liverpool may risk fall-out with FIFA by playing Joel Matip against Plymouth in Wednesday’s FA Cup clash despite an eligibility row.
  • Tottenham have offered an academy scholarship to Mauricio Pochettino’s 15-year-old son.
  • Middlesbrough still want £9m for Jordan Rhodes rather than a loan deal.
  • Manchester United have rejected a £13m bid from Lyon for Memphis Depay as the clubs haggle over the transfer fee.
  • West Ham have ordered Dimitri Payet to apologise to their fans and show some loyalty to the club after rejecting a fresh bid from Marseille.
  • Diego Costa is now at loggerheads with Roman Abramovich – after refusing to commit himself to a new deal at Chelsea.
  • Manchester United are tracking Celtic’s teenage left-back Kieran Tierney.
  • Watford are close to signing Fiorentina’s ex-Birmingham, West Ham and QPR striker Mauro Zarate on loan.
  • Striker Patrick Bamford will cost Middlesbrough up to £10m when he completes his move from Chelsea back to Boro, where he has previously been on loan, this week.
  • Jurgen Klopp will not sanction a loan move for Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo.
  • Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are interested in signing Diego Costa, as they seek to try and take advantage of the uncertainty over the Spanish international’s future at Chelsea.
  • Manchester United are among a number of top European clubs keeping tabs on Flamengo youngster Vinicius Junior – and have already been rebuffed in one attempt to secure first option on any eventual transfer.
  • Liverpool have entered a three-way race with Inter and Juventus to sign Sassuolo winger Domenico Berardi.
  • Antonio Conte has no plans to hold clear-the-air talks with Diego Costa and the onus will be on the Spain forward in training this week to prove he warrants a swift restoration to the Chelsea side for the visit of Hull City on Sunday.
  • Diego Costa is likely to be sold by Chelsea in summer as Antonio Conte takes hardline approach.
  • Mamadou Sakho is moving closer to the Liverpool exit door after being withdrawn from an U23 match; Sevilla and Southampton are believed to be leading the chase for the £20m-rated defender.
  • Rangers assistant boss David Weir claims even £100m of investment in Rangers might not even be enough to close the huge gap on Celtic.
  • Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy has branded rumours linking Christophe Berra with a return to Hearts as ‘nuts’.
  • St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits he would be interested in bringing Michael O’Halloran back to the Perthshire club – but does not think Rangers would let him leave Ibrox.


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