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

share on:
  • Manchester City will go all-out to land Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if Sergio Aguero leaves.
  • Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris could double his wages to £200,000 a week if Real Madrid end up making the Frenchman their No 1.
  • Manchester United called in police on Monday night over fears a dressing room thief was on the loose after designer jewellery went missing. Defender Phil Jones is believed to be a victim.
  • Gabriel Jesus is listening to local radio in attempt to understand the Manchester accent – but has so far only mastered the word ‘mate’.
  • Antonio Conte was at the Juventus Stadium to watch his former club take on Inter Milan – and left just as reported transfer target Paulo Dybala was substituted.
  • Antoine Griezmann’s transfer to Manchester United moved a step closer as his key advisor claimed Old Trafford would be the ideal fit.
  • Chelsea star Willian has identified the difference between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte saying: “Conte is more of a motivator than Jose, and expects us to play at full throttle.”
  • Sergio Aguero will not be sold this summer with Manchester City’s hierarchy telling the Argentine to stay and fight for his place with Gabriel Jesus.
  • Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny has questioned Arsene Wenger’s team selection for the defeat against Chelsea.
  • Leicester defender Danny Simpson says past experience can keep the struggling Foxes safe.
  • Claudio Ranieri, however, is reportedly facing a growing dressing-room unrest over his constant changes, including ditching the post-match chicken burgers for pasta.
  • Manchester City believe Gabriel Jesus will help make Sergio Aguero better rather than replace him.
  • Crystal Palace have pulled the plug on their warm-weather training trip to Dubai after their loss against Sunderland.
  • Liverpool are keen to beat Manchester United to teenage Nottingham Forest star Ben Brereton.
  • Arsenal and West Ham will have to meet a £60m buyout clause to secure Alexandre Lacazette.
  • Hugo Lloris is on a shortlist of goalkeepers Real Madrid will approach this summer with the Spanish giants believing the Spurs captain may be easier to attract than Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois.
  • Manchester City want to keep Sergio Aguero this summer but Paris St Germain are monitoring the situation after the Argentina striker was dropped by Pep Guardiola in favour of new signing Gabriel Jesus.
  • Former Wolves, Reading and Fulham striker Seol Ki-hyeon has been appointed South Korea’s assistant manager.
  • Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane does not agree with club president Florentino Perez about signing £43m-rated Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
  • Aston Villa are going up against Arsenal by keeping tabs on Blackpool winger Bright Osayi-Samuel, according to reports.
  • Sutton midfielder Craig Eastmond is living on a knife edge wondering if he will be available for his club’s dream FA Cup clash with his old club Arsenal following his sending off at the weekend.
  • Liverpool’s 19-year-old striker Brooks Lennon has re-joined MLS side Real Salt Lake on loan.
  • Southampton are in discussions over a deal for free agent Martin Caceres. The 29-year-old defender had a trial spell with Crystal Palace last week but they opted against making him an offer.
  • Thibaut Courtois experienced a crazy two days of sport, taking in an NBA game followed by the remarkable Super Bowl LI after playing in Chelsea’s win.
  • Leicester’s players are facing a 40 per cent cut in their wages if they are relegated.
  • Paris St Germain are preparing to test Manchester City’s resolve by launching an audacious bid to sign Sergio Aguero this summer.
  • Hearts are demanding an SFA rule change after being denied the chance to appeal the bizarre Malaury Martin caution.
  • Frustrated Kenny Miller is still in the dark over his Rangers future despite holding face-to-face talks with the Ibrox Hierarchy in the hope of thrashing out a new deal.


"Tega is a writer/OAP, Lover of all things Tech, Sports and TV Series"

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.