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

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  • Real Madrid are set to intensify their interest in Raheem Sterling following the England star’s super show in Seville.
  • Paul Scholes claims Manchester United have sunk so low that even Lionel Messi would struggle at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho.
  • Celtic have rubbished reports that Daniel Arzani is heading back to Manchester City before the end of his loan spell.
  • American investors are lining up a £300m bid for Newcastle but a prospective deal could collapse amid relegation fears.
  • Andy Murray has put faith in a sports ‘reconditioning’ guru who has treated top footballers, rugby players and Tiger Woods as he attempts to put long-term injury woes behind him.
  • Raheem Sterling’s sparkling display for England has strengthened his hand in contract negotiations with Manchester City amid continuing interest from Real Madrid.
  • Jose Mourinho is set to be in the technical area for Manchester United’s visit to Chelsea despite being charged by the FA.
  • Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has revealed he will do all he can to ensure Eden Hazard extends his stay at Stamford Bridge.
  • Krzysztof Piątek’s agent has confirmed they are yet to receive a formal offer for the Polish international striker amid rumoured interest from Chelsea.
  • Jose Mourinho has demanded Manchester United sort new contracts for Juan Mata and Ander Herrera.
  • Everton have joined the race for Aaron Ramsey and could offer up to £150k a week for the Arsenal midfielder.
  • Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is ready to step up his pursuit of £80m Ajax star Frenkie De Jong.
  • Bournemouth are planning contract talks with Scottish sensation Ryan Fraser.
  • Manchester City have been handed an injury blow after Danilo left the field in tears for Brazil against Argentina.
  • PSG are closely watching the contract negotiations of Raheem Sterling.
  • Burnley could hand Mark Warburton a return to football – as their technical director.
  • Football has been urged to introduce a version of the Rooney Rule for boardroom appointments to tackle the “institutionalised racism” that has limited opportunity for black, Asian and ethnic minority coaches.
  • Michael Essien says he is still Jose Mourinho’s No.1 fan and backs him to save himself at Manchester United.
  • Barcelona have backed Lionel Messi in his war of words with fellow Argentina legend Diego Maradona.
  • The Irish FA have invoked a FIFA rule to block Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty from playing against Hamilton on Sunday.
  • Easdale brothers James and Sandy have reunited with Mike Ashley’s right-hand man Derek Llambias and the father of chat show host Alan Carr as they close in on a potential takeover of Morton.
  • Aberdeen are on another collision course with the SPFL amid claims they have sabotaged the sell-out chances of the Betfred Cup semi-final.
  • Dundee players were shocked to learn of Neil McCann’s sacking via WhatsApp last night.
  • Former Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is the front-runner to replace Neil McCann at Dundee.
  • Northern Ireland chiefs have blocked Kyle Lafferty from playing for Rangers at Hamilton on Sunday.
  • Gary Caldwell says spending time with Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson set him up for the Partick Thistle job.
  • John McGinn is adamant Scotland won’t crumble amid mounting Nations League pressure.
  • Jamie Maclaren could be back on Hibs’ bench at Parkhead this weekend after returning to training.


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