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

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  • Marcus Rashford will be offered a new ‘double-your-money’ £150,000-a-week contract in talks with Manchester United this week.
  • Tottenham are braced for Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid’s attempts to sign star midfielder Christian Eriksen.
  • The PFA’s former financial arm was more than £1m in the red when it went into liquidation, having squandered the personal savings of a number of its members.
  • Jlloyd Samuel’s widow asked the PFA for £70,000 to help pay off his debts following his passing but they claimed they could only offer her £11,000 despite spending up to £9m on memorabilia.
  • The FA are already helping to draw up security plans amid fears England’s travelling support could cause trouble at the Nations League finals in Portugal next summer.
  • The FA’s proposal for their solution to Brexit is being met with resistance by the Premier League despite maintaining the current number of non-homegrown players across the 20 clubs.
  • Real Madrid are keen to sign Manchester City’s 19-year-old Spaniard Brahim Diaz if he does not sign a new contract before next summer.
  • Southampton’s board will decide to sack Mark Hughes if the Saints lose to Fulham at the weekend.
  • Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater is showing no interest in leaving Chelsea, despite Maurizio Sarri telling him he won’t play in any competition this season.
  • Arsenal supremo Vinai Venkatesham admits the failure to secure Champions League football for two consecutive seasons has cost the club ‘tens of millions of pounds’.
  • Jack Wilshere is close to making his return to first-team action after nearly three months on the sidelines through injury.
  • Joey Barton is concerned at the lack of opportunities given to homegrown stars.
  • Tottenham will try to convince West Ham’s Declan Rice to sign for them ahead of Manchester United and Chelsea.
  • Former Spain and Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui approached the US Soccer Federation about becoming their national team manager but was turned down.
  • Unai Emery has been told by his Arsenal chiefs: “We must get back in the Champions League”.
  • Christian Eriksen slammed the quality of Wembley’s pitch – claiming Tottenham’s training surfaces are better.
  • Unai Emery beat 50 rivals for the Arsenal job and his new training ground rules are impressing his bosses.
  • Clarke Carlisle has called for Gordon Taylor to quit the PFA.
  • Andy Carroll has finally been passed fit to play for West Ham.
  • Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek will ask for a January loan move as Schalke and Crystal Palace renew their interest in his services.
  • If Premier League clubs decline to introduce a limit of 13 overseas players in their squads after Brexit, there will be a far more dramatic reduction in the number of imports allowed, the FA has warned.
  • Leading coaches in Britain have formed an association to protect their interests after being made to feel “vulnerable” by a growing number of complaints from athletes about bullying and a win-at-all-costs culture.
  • The Premiership rugby clubs will today move a step closer to selling a large shareholding in their business to CVC Capital Partners, having agreed an exclusivity period during which they will try to conclude a deal.
  • Mo Farah has admitted that he may rewind the clock and return to the track after next year’s London Marathon.
  • Paul Pogba has returned to Manchester United earlier than scheduled from a trip to Dubai so he can make a quicker recovery from injury.
  • WWE’s Paul Heyman says he would be willing to work with Conor McGregor if he made the transition from combat sports into sports entertainment.
  • Manchester City will have to pay a club-record £75m in the upcoming bidding war with Barcelona for Ajax’s Frenkie de Jong.
  • Wolves players have been promised a £12m bonus scheme if the club pull off qualification to the Europa League this season.
  • Wilfried Zaha says he will be fit for Crystal Palace’s Premier League clash with Manchester United this weekend.
  • Barcelona star Rafinha will desperately seek to leave the club in January, his
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