Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Rumors Today

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  • Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham are ready to battle for out of favour Manchester United defender Luke Shaw this summer.
  • Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer James Rodriguez and Alvaro Morata in exchange for Juventus star Paulo Dybala.
  • Antonio Conte has demanded a Chelsea spending spree with Virgil van Dijk and Romelu Lukaku the priorities.
  • Newcastle will move for £10m-rated Fulham star Tom Cairney once they seal promotion.
  • Wolves are ready to trigger a £1.5m deal for Derby’s Andreas Weimann.
  • Bournemouth’s new £125 nets are helping their strikers to score more goals at the Vitality Stadium, says Eddie Howe.
  • Rafa Benitez has snubbed the idea of a city-wide celebration if Newcastle win promotion to the Premier League.
  • West Ham are keeping tabs on Fleetwood goalkeeper Alex Cairns as Slaven Bilic looks to boost his options in goal.
  • Liverpool and Southampton watched £6m-rated Henry Onyekuru score his 17th goal of the season for Eupen in the Belgian League.
  • Ronald Koeman believes that Everton have the resources to keep Romelu Lukaku, despite interest from Manchester United and the striker’s dreams of Champions League football.
  • Man United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he ‘will come back stronger’ and ‘giving up is not an option’ after suffering suspected knee ligament damage against Anderlecht.
  • Anthony Martial’s left-foot finish against Burnley means Manchester United must pay Monaco £8.5m. It was his 25th goal for United since arriving from Monaco in 2015 in a deal worth an initial £36m.
  • Philippe Coutinho is reportedly a target for Real Madrid as they make plans for Luka Modric’s shock departure to Bayern Munich.
  • Rangers striker Kenny Miller, 37, is determined to keep playing in Scotland’s top flight whether it’s at Ibrox or elsewhere.


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