Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Barcelona have ruled out a move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, for the time being at least.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is in urgent talks with Premier League chief Richard Scudamore, who wants a quick solution to the club’s stadium headache for the game against Manchester City on October 28.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Will Vint has left United after being denied the appropriate visa to play for the club, his father has confirmed. The American was drafted into this season’s Under-18 squad as a first-year scholar and travelled to Austria for a pre-season training camp earlier this summer.
Ander Herrera wants to sign a new contract at Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Simon Mignolet’s agent is in talks with Napoli over a transfer to the Serie A side.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Unwanted duo Achraf Lazaar and Henri Saivet are edging closer to the Newcastle United exit door. Rafa Benitez has told the pair’s representatives that neither are part of his first-team plans and they must find new clubs.
Salomon Rondon insists Newcastle United must forget about the money spent by other teams during the transfer window and focus on themselves if they want to succeed this term.
Lee Cattermole’s proposed loan move to Ligue 1 outfit Bordeaux is off, according to reports in France.
Sunderland have yet to restart contract talks with teenage hot property Josh Maja, according to manager Jack Ross.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Aston Villa are resisting approaches for midfielder Birkir Bjarnason from Empoli, according to reports in Italy.
Birmingham City have clarified their ongoing transfer situation after signing four players for the development squad. Francis Amartey, Cameron McGilp, Danny Lupano and Michael Luyambula have put pen to paper on contracts to link up with the Under-23s.

STOKE SENTINEL
Stoke City have kicked the door ajar again for Badou Ndiaye to leave the club before the end of the loan window. Meanwhile, Stoke are being linked with a loan move for Leicester City’s title-winning right-back Danny Simpson.

LEICESTER MERCURY
Leicester City could not afford a true replacement for Riyad Mahrez, Claude Puel has admitted.
Yohan Benalouane’s former side Parma want to take the defender back to Italy, according to reports.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Blackburn are reported to have made a £6m bid for Nottingham Forest striker Ben Brereton.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
Derby County winger Luke Thomas looks set to go out on loan. Clubs are interested in signing the 19-year-old, who did not feature for Rams ‘ Under-23s on Monday night nor in the first-team squad for last night’s Carabao Cup tie at Oldham.

YORKSHIRE POST
Leeds United are pitched in a battle with several Premier League clubs to sign highly-rated Bury teenager Morgan Sadler.
Japanese 21-year-old midfield player Yosuke Ideguchi could be sent out on loan again by Leeds.
Middlesbrough are lining up Le Havre defender Henry Moukoudi as a replacement for Ben Gibson, who has joined Burnley.

SHEFFIELD STAR
Chris Wilder is confident of making another breakthrough in the transfer market ahead of this weekend’s game against Norwich City after revealing the lengths Sheffield United are going to in order to bolster his attacking options.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
Tony Mowbray revealed there are three deals “on the move” in his bid to add to his Blackburn Rovers squad.
Burnley midfielder Aiden O’Neill is hoping to force his way into the Socceroos squad after returning home to join A-League side Central Coast Mariners on a season-long loan.

DAILY ECHO
Jack Stephens believes the options within the Saints squad will keep him and his team-mates “on their toes” this season.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Eddie Howe believes Jefferson Lerma will bring “aggressiveness” to Bournemouth’s midfield once he has been unleashed on the Premier League.
David Brooks is hoping he caught the eye of Wales boss Ryan Giggs after impressing on his Premier League debut for Bournemouth.

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