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

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  • Manchester United are lining up a world record £100m bid for Gareth Bale after turning their backs on Antoine Griezmann.
  • Anderlecht are standing firm against Everton as they are determined to keep hold of 22-year-old Leander Dendoncker.
  • New Zenit St Petersburg boss Roberto Mancini wants to reunite with striker Mario Balotelli.
  • Real Madrid are said to be retraining their sights on Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin.
  • Middlesbrough have lined up Garry Monk and James Beattie to guide the Teesiders back to the Premier League.
  • Reece Oxford is set to join Borussia Monchengladbach on a season-long loan to gain more first-team experience.
  • David Beckham has moved a giant leap forward in creating his MLS franchise dream after being granted permission to buy the last piece of land needed to build a stadium in Miami.
  • Real Madrid have been waiting to launch their bid for Manchester United’s David De Gea until after the Champions League final.
  • Liverpool remain hopeful of reaching a contract solution with Emre Can despite an approach from Juventus for the Germany international.
  • Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane has admitted he came close to joining Manchester United last year.
  • Leicester City have made an enquiry for £30m-rated Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson.
  • Arsenal could have signed £100m-rated Kylian Mbappe for just £230,000 after talks last year.
  • Watford and West Brom are both keen on a £13m move for Montpellier’s Steve Mounie, a 22-year-old Benin international striker.
  • Nice have made a £6.8m move to rival Arsenal for Nigeria forward Henry Onyekuru.
  • Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is close to agreeing a £14m move to Juventus.

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played his last game for Manchester United with the club electing not to take up the option of a second year for the striker.
  • Arsenal have handed Arsene Wenger £150m to turn the Gunners into a title-challenging side next season.
  • Everton are keen on West Ham midfielder Pedro Obiang but would have to pay at least £15m.
  • Florian Lejeune will become the second player to join Rafa Benitez’s Toon revolution. Eibar’s strapping centre-half will join Newcastle in a £8.7m deal next month.
  • Arsenal are to offer central defender Rob Holding , 21, a new contract after he was signed from Bolton last summer for £2.1m.
  • Everton have joined Sevilla and Liverpool in the race to sign £10m-rated Anderlecht striker Lukasz Teodorczyk.
  • Nottingham Forest are putting together a deal for 17-year-old Scottish starlet Matthew Knox.
  • Swansea and Burnley are locked in £1.5m summer scrap for Barnsley defender Andy Yiadom.
  • Arsenal are ready to make a real statement of intent and increase their offer for Monaco sensation Kylian Mbappe to a world record £95m.
  • Malaga striker Sandro, a reported target for Arsenal and Everton, has undergone a medical at Atletico Madrid.
  • Everton are weighing up making a shock move for England striker Jamie Vardy as they line up a replacement for Romelu Lukaku.
  • Liverpool are ready to steal a march on Premier League rivals Arsenal and Manchester United by snatching £50m-rated Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette from under their noses.
  • Tottenham want to re-sign Adam Smith from Bournemouth as Kyle Walker’s replacement.
  • West Ham are keen on a deal to sign Lincoln City FA Cup hero Sean Raggett for a bargain £350,000.
  • Manchester City have had an initial undisclosed offer for Benjamin Mendy rejected as Monaco value the full-back at £40m.
  • The former Bundesliga team 1860 Munich face demotion to Germany’s fourth or fifth tier after failing to meet a deadline for a third-division licence.

  • Celtic continue to be linked with a move for Sunderland man Fabio Borini, who worked with Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers at Swansea Liverpool and Chelsea.
  • Rangers are facing a battle for Graham Dorrans as Sheffield Wednesday consider a bid for the Norwich midfielder.
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