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    2nd June 2018

    THE SUN
    Laurent Blanc is set for the Chelsea job with their top target Zinedine Zidane going to Qatar on a mega-money deal.
    Michael Laudrup is in shock talks with Real Madrid to replace Zinedine Zidane as manager.
    Southampton's axed defender Florin Gardos cost the club £680,000 per game, making just 18 appearances in nearly four years with the club on a £30,000-a-week deal.

    DAILY MAIL
    Former Chelsea chief executive Trevor Birch says if Roman Abramovich doesn't get a visa Chelsea face the prospect of no stadium, no manager and no star player.
    Swansea are confident of landing Graham Potter as their next manager, a move currently being delayed by a compensation wrangle with his Swedish club Ostersunds.
    Chelsea are ready to revive their interest in Stoke 'keeper Jack Butland if Thibaut Courtois leaves the club this summer.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Gareth Southgate has chosen Jordan Pickford as his England No 1 - but still hasn't told his goalkeepers.
    Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred is set to have a Manchester United medical ahead of a £52.2m move to Old Trafford.
    Tottenham and Liverpool goalkeeper target Alex McCarthy is demanding £60,000-a-week wages to sign a new contract at Southampton.
    Liverpool are planning to loan out midfielder Marko Grujic again, which will alert Premier League new boys Cardiff City.
    Stoke City manager Gary Rowett is keen on making Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn one of his first signings since taking charge.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Hugo Lloris has warned Paul Pogba over his France duties after a miserable Manchester United season.

    DAILY STAR
    Aston Villa have slapped a £40m price tag on midfield ace Jack Grealish.
    Watford are demanding £15m in compensation from Everton for their former manager Marco Silva.
    Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez is hoping to sign Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu for £8m from Swiss side Young Boys.

    DAILY RECORD
    Steven Gerrard has revealed he is in France as part of his UEFA Pro Licence and to scout potential targets for Rangers.
    Gerrard began his time in charge at Ibrox by ring-fencing James Tavernier and Josh Windass from any clearout of his squad.
    Former Real Madrid star Guti is the latest name to be linked with the managerial vacancy at St Mirren - he is currently a youth coach at the Bernabeu.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr says the friendly against England is a potential World Cup final rehearsal (in 2022).

    THE TIMES
    Marouane Fellaini will decide over the next 48 hours whether to leave Manchester United.
     
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    June 04 2018

    THE SUN
    New Everton boss Marco Silva is set to take advantage of uncertainty at Newcastle with a £30m bid for Jamaal Lascelles.
    The pitch at England's World Cup training base for their clash with Panama in Nizhny Novgorod has been infected with "pink snow mould." The Meschera facility is being given to all six "home" teams playing in the city during the tournament.
    Inter Milan have stepped up their interest in Manchester United defender Daley Blind.
    A group of British businessmen are set to launch a takeover attempt of Aston Villa.
    Tony Coton is set to quit Aston Villa and return to League One side Sunderland, who he played for in the 90s, as the head of a new-look recruitment team.
    Sunderland defender John O'Shea is set to sign a one-year deal to stay in the SLY Bet Championship with Reading.

    THE MIRROR
    Trent Alexander-Arnold will be given his chance to win a World Cup start when England take on Costa Rica at Elland Road.
    FA chairman Greg Clarke is set to complain to FIFA over a £16,000 fine handed out for an England U20 player taking a rival energy drink to FIFA's official partner beverage, just £6,000 less than Russia were fined for racial abuse aimed at France players in March.
    Tomer Hemed hopes La Liga side Eibar can rescue him from Brighton, where he found himself relegated to a fringe role and did not play after January.
    Everton and Brighton are in a £5m fight to sign Charlton's England U20 defender Ezri Konsa.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Jamie Vardy is expected to start England's final World Cup warm-up match against Costa Rica.
    Belgium are bracing themselves for the loss of Vincent Kompany from their World Cup squad after the Manchester City captain limped out of a pre-tournament friendly against Portugal with yet another injury.

    DAILY STAR
    Chelsea have met with Malcom's agent ahead of a proposed £44m move from Bordeaux, according to reports in France.

    THE TIMES
    Napoli have set a £52m asking price for Jorginho after the president of the Italian club said he rejected an offer from Manchester City worth £12m less.
    Watford are in talks with Bologna to sign Adam Masina, a left-back who could cost around £8m.

    DIALY RECORD
    Swansea forward Oli McBurnie has put Rangers boss Steven Gerrard on alert after admitting he would relish a move to Ibrox.
    Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has thrown his weight behind Coleraine manager Oran Kearney taking over from Jack Ross at St Mirren.
    John Hartson will be interviewed for the managerial vacancy at Livingston.

    SCOTTISH SUN
    Steven Gerrard is raiding Liverpool to sign Ovie Ejaria for Rangers.
    Former Celtic star Liam Henderson is set to be at the centre of a bidding war in Italy as Parma and Bologna go head-to-head for his signature.
     
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    5th June 2018

    THE TIMES
    Arsenal have moved to sign Marouane Fellaini and will hold talks with the midfielder on Wednesday.
    Everton have agreed terms with DC United over the transfer of Wayne Rooney.
    New Swansea managerr Graham Potter will target moves for Ostersunds pair Saman Ghoddos and Ken Sema.
    Some England players are concerned FIFA and UEFA will be too soft on racism at the Russia World Cup.
    Ministers are set to review current laws over 'safe standing' in England.

    THE SUN
    Sokratis Papastathopoulos has rejected Manchester United to sign for Arsenal, according to his dad.
    Leroy Sane stunned Germany team-mates with his big-time ego before being axed by his country.
    Zinedine Zidane quit Real Madrid after a row over signing Eden Hazard and David de Gea.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Manchester United are expected to complete the signings of Fred and Diego Dalot before the end of the week.
    Leicester City have revived their bid to sign Manchester City attacker Patrick Roberts as part of the Riyad Mahrez deal.
    Steve Bruce's future as Aston Villa manager is in doubt amid financial problems at the club.
    Stoke manager Gary Rowett wants to sign £12m Wolves' Benik Afobe and James McClean over Cardiff.
    The Premier League is set to vote on Thursday on banning agents from representing both club and player in deals.

    DAILY STAR
    Southampton boss Mark Hughes will step up his interest in Xherdan Shaqiri after the attacker said he will quit Stoke.
    Wilfried Zaha says he has no regrets in choosing Nigeria over England.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Laurent Blanc has moved closer to taking over as the new manager of Chelsea after further talks in the last two days.
    Extra-time will not be played in EFL Cup matches next season, pending club backing.

    DAILY MAIL
    Liverpool fan groups were last night calling for a replay of the Champions League final after Loris Karius' concussion.
    FIFA have mistakenly listed Harry Kane as the World Cup's heaviest player in squad lists.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Real Madrid have not given up on luring Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino to the Bernabeu.
    Tottenham and England star Harry Kane has been rated the world's most expensive player at £176.25m.
    Alan Hutton's future at Aston Villa has been put in doubt by the club's financial problems.
    Cardiff City have set their sights on signing Besiktas midfielder Tolgay Arslan.

    DAILY RECORD
    Andy Goram reckons Steven Gerrard should get the boots back on and play for Rangers.

    SCOTTISH SUN
    Dominic Solanke admits he is 'intrigued' by Steven Gerrard's move to Rangers.
    Livingston want to talk to Lee McCulloch about taking on the manager's job.
    Hamilton are set to demand up to £900,000 from Aberdeen for Lewis Ferguson as a compensation fee.
    Neil Lennon hopes to sign Flo Kamberi on a permanent contract in the next fortnight.
     
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    6th June 2018

    DAILY MIRROR

    Liverpool are considering moving for Nigeria international Moses Simon, according to the Liverpool Echo.
    Leicester have opened talks with West Brom defender Jonny Evans who has given up on a switch to Manchester City.
    Manuel Pellegrini is at odds with the West Ham hierarchy - just two weeks into his reign.
    Yaya Toure's agent has claimed the midfielder is ready to play for another top-six club for just £1 a week.
    Manchester City are considering offering Oleksandr Zinchenko to Napoli in part exchange for Jorginho.
    RB Leipzig are trying to sign Ademola Lookman on a permanent basis from Everton.
    Daniel Stendel is set to be named as Barnsley's new manager.
    Brighton will put in a £5million bid for Sunderland's Paddy McNair.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Manchester United could turn their attentions to signing Toby Alderweireld next after landing Fred.
    Antonio Conte faces the threat of having to wait even longer to find out his Chelsea fate while Real Madrid search for a new manager.
    Stoke are in advanced talks with Wales international Joe Allen over a new contract, in a huge boost for new manager Gary Rowett.
    Jack Butland and Danny Rose are in line for final opportunities to stake a claim for a starting place at the World Cup.

    DAILY MAIL
    Tottenham plan to move for Manchester United's Anthony Martial next week.
    Fulham have angered supporters by announcing big price increases on season tickets.
    Gareth Southgate told Jordan Henderson he had lost England captaincy race just before the Champions League final.
    Peter Beardsley did make discriminatory comments to a youth player, an independent appeal has ruled.

    THE GUARDIAN
    Everton's new director of football, Marcel Brands, has said Farhad Moshiri will not bankroll another lavish spending spree this summer and the first-team squad and wage bill must be reduced.

    THE SUN
    Juventus have reportedly rejected a £50m bid from Manchester City for star midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
    Manchester City could bank £148million if they dominate the Champions League next season.
    Jamie Vardy will be handed the chance to stake his claim for a World Cup starting role against Costa Rica.
    Leicester are in pole position to sign Norwich's James Maddison.
    Stoke are planning a stunning £14million bid for Watford striker Andre Gray.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Arsenal have been told they must pay £35m for Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi this summer.

    THE TIMES
    New York Yankees shareholder Peter B Freund is preparing an offer to buy Aston Villa for £75million.
    Wolves stand to make £2m in less than a week by selling Benik Afobe to Stoke.

    SCOTTISH SUN
    Rangers are on the brink of tying up a deal to land Connor Goldson.
    Patrick Kluivert has launched a shock bid to become the new St Mirren boss.
    Jack Ross has made his move to bring Celtic winger Lewis Morgan to Sunderland on a season-long loan.
    Hearts are set to complete the signing of ex-Partick Thistle ace Ryan Edwards.
    Dundee United want Chris Millar to lead their bid for the Championship title.

    DAILY RECORD
    Rangers are eyeing a move for Northern Ireland star Gareth McAuley.
    Graeme Murty has agreed to resume his academy role at Rangers after weeks of talks.
     
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    June 09 2018

    DAILY MAIL
    Roman Abramovich has rejected an approach from Britain's richest person, Jim Ratcliffe, to buy Chelsea.
    Zinedine Zidane will not be taking over as France coach any time soon as Didier Deschamps will remain in the job for the rest of his contract, which runs to 2020.
    Liverpool's £53m move for Nabil Fekir has stalled to raise doubts about whether it will be completed before the World Cup finals.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Harry Kane has signed a bumper new Tottenham deal - and Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen are set to follow suit.
    Wayne Rooney has taken a giant step to his MLS move with a trip to Belfast to finalise paperwork.
    Nabil Fekir is set to earn £140,000 a week at Liverpool, which is more than last season's top scorer Mo Salah - for now, at least.
    Adam Lallana has revealed his World Cup heartbreak - and insisted he will still be England's biggest fan this summer.
    John Stones has put his England World Cup 2018 place down to Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Liverpool's £53m move for Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir is in doubt after the club hesitated on concluding the deal after his medical.
    Arsenal agree deal to sign defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos for £16m from Borussia Dortmund.

    THE SUN
    Argentina have shipped three tonnes of their favourite foods to ensure Lionel Messi and co are comfortable at the World Cup.
    Brazil captain Neymar is the best in the world, says World Cup icon Pele.

    THE GUARDIAN
    England should be targeting at least reaching the quarter-finals in Russia, according to the Football Association's chief executive, Martin Glenn.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Crystal Palace are weighing up a move for Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong, who is going into the last year of his contract at Parkhead.

    THE SCOTTISH SUN
    Rangers outcast Michael O'Halloran is poised for a shock move to Australia with Melbourne City.
     
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    15th June 2018

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Ashley Young, Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson are set to start for England against Tunisia.
    A secret deal has already been struck over a potential UK-wide 2030 World Cup bid.
    Manchester City have demanded £15million from Leicester for Patrick Roberts as talks continue over a deal for Riyad Mahrez.
    West Ham are closing in on a deal for Barcelona defender Marlon after Nice announced the Brazilian will not be spending a second season on loan with them.
    West Ham have opened talks with Toulouse over a £26million deal for 21-year-old centre-back Issa Diop.
    Aston Villa are under pressure to raise up to £50million in player sales, leaving the futures of Jack Grealish, James Chester and Jonathan Kodjia in doubt.
    Stoke are eyeing a £10million move for Newcastle striker Dwight Gayle, despite having already signed Benik Afobe from Wolves.
    Birmingham City will rename their stadium St Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium after signing a three-year sponsorship deal.

    THE GUARDIAN
    Raheem Sterling will operate centrally alongside Harry Kane when England play Tunisia.
    Liverpool could turn their attention to Lazio's Thomas Strakosha as they continue to search for a new goalkeeper.
    Manuel Pellegrini is keen on bringing Lazio duo Felipe Anderson and Jordan Lukaku to West Ham.
    The new Hammers boss also wants to lure teenager Brahim Diaz from his former club Manchester City.
    Jose Mourinho wants to bring a new left-back to Manchester United, with Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon and Celtic's Kieran Tierney high on his list.
    Arsenal are creeping closer to a deal for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
    New Everton boss Marco Silva wants to be reunited with Abdoulaye Doucoure, but may face competition from Spurs to sign the Watford midfielder.

    THE SUN
    Juventus are planning to make a move from Crystal Palace star Patrick van Aanholt
    Arsenal have had a £20million bid rejected for Chelsea defender David Luiz.
    Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has become a £50million target for Barcelona this summer.
    Manchester United could turn their attention to Jerome Boateng after Bayern Munich admitted they would accept a mega offer for the defender.
    Real Madrid are ready to test Manchester United's resolve by making a £100million bid for David De Gea.
    Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele's agent has flown out to Italy for talks with Juventus, Inter Milan and Napoli.
    West Ham are still trying to complete a deal with Swansea for defender Alfie Mawson.
    Southampton midfielder Sofiane Boufal is eyeing a move back to Ligue 1 with Marseille and Nice interested.
    UEFA has ordered Atletico Madrid to partially close their stadium for their first Champions League match.

    DAILY MAIL
    Sergio Ramos rowed with the Spanish FA president over Julen Lopetegui's sacking as Spain boss.
    Marcus Rashford is expected to recover from a knee injury in time for England's World Cup clash with Tunisia.
    Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter will travel to Moscow on Tuesday to attend the World Cup as a guest of Vladimir Putin.

    DAILY MIRROR
    England are set to hand World Cup debuts to nine players in their opener against Tunisia.
    Chelsea are chasing a deal for Juventus defender Daniele Rugani.
    Leicester are lining-up Lokomotiv Moscow giant Solomon Kvirkvelia as their third summer signing.
    Borussia Dortmund midfielder Mario Gotze is eyeing a move to the Premier League to revive his career, with Arsenal, Everton and West Ham said to be interested.
    Arsenal manager Unai Emery could use his entire transfer budget on signing Lucas Torreira, Bernd Leno and Sokratis Papastathopoulos.
     
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    16th June 2018

    THE SUN
    Lionel Messi has urged Barcelona to make Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah their big summer signing.
    David de Gea is set to commit himself to Manchester United with a new five-year contract.
    Marcelo Bielsa has been handed a £20m war chest to lead Leeds back to the Premier League.
    Southampton are battling Burnley and Crystal Palace for Toulouse defender Christopher Jullien, who is valued at £9m.

    DAILY MAIL
    Steven Gerrard has revealed England boss Gareth Southgate sent him a congratulatory text after he was appointed Rangers manager.
    Premier League clubs are planning a FIFA video game championship, with all 20 expected to be involved.
    Maurizio Sarri is on the brink of replacing Antonio Conte at Chelsea and is set to bring Gianfranco Zola with him to Stamford Bridge.

    THE GUARDIAN
    England Under-21 head coach Aidy Boothroyd believes there is a shortage of high-quality defenders coming through the system.
    Newcastle United are facing competition from Leicester City in their attempts to re-sign Andros Townsend from Crystal Palace this summer.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Harry Kane has been backed to break his major tournament goal duck in Russia - by Tottenham team-mate Toby Alderweireld.ac
    Wayne Rooney could make his DC United debut on July 14, as the Everton forward edges closer to his MLS move.
    Hector Bellerin has revealed he left Barcelona to join Arsenal as a teenager because he could not see a path to the Nou Camp first team.

    THE TIMES
    Patrick Vieira believes N'Golo Kante is the key to France getting the best out of Paul Pogba at the World Cup.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    FA technical director Dan Ashworth believes England are on the right path under Gareth Southgate.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Gareth Southgate should be under consideration by Real Madrid the next time they search for a manager, says Dan Ashworth.
    Germany legend Michael Ballack has warned his nation not to rely on Mesut Ozil to lead their new-look team to glory again - because it does not suit him.

    DAILY STAR
    Gareth Bale has dashed Manchester United's hopes of signing him this summer, telling friends he is happy at Real Madrid and wants to work under new coach Julen Lopetegui.

    DAILY RECORD
    Aberdeen failed in an 11th-hour bid to sign Jason Naismith before he made a £250k move from Ross County to Peterborough.
     
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    17th June 2018

    SUNDAY EXPRESS
    Manchester United's Anthony Martial is wanted by Tottenham and Chelsea.
    Gareth Bale's Real Madrid career has been given a lifeline because Julen Lopetegui can speak English whereas Zinedine Zidane could not.

    THE SUN ON SUNDAY
    West Ham believe they can complete the signing of Jack Wilshere.
    Southampton are on the brink of pulling off the shock signing of Norwich City's highly-rated 15-goal midfielder James Maddison.
    Callum Wilson wants a £60,000-a-week package to stay with Bournemouth.
    Daniel Sturridge is set to start pre-season at Liverpool - and attempt to fight his way into Jurgen Klopp's plans.
    Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce wants Wigan's Dan Burn to replace John Terry.
    Stuart McCall will hold talks with Doncaster over becoming their new manager.
    Danny Rose says Roy Hodgson's England squad were totally unprepared at Euro 2016.
    Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis will hijack Brighton's move for Sunderland defender Paddy McNair.
    Fulham want to sign goalkeeper Tim Krul on a free transfer from Brighton.
    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe will make a £12m bid for Sheffield United forward David Brooks.

    SUNDAY MIRROR
    Manchester United have slapped a £75m price-tag on unhappy striker Anthony Martial to scare off rival clubs.
    Harry Kane has revealed he wants to be a captain to be remembered - just like David Beckham.
    Roberto Firmino admits he is finding it difficult to forget the Champions League final - but hopes World Cup glory can put that right.
    Michail Antonio is set to leave West Ham with Crystal Palace ready to sign the versatile midfielder.
    Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has banned agents from Belgium's Moscow hotel at the World Cup.

    MAIL ON SUNDAY
    England's bid to go far in the World Cup will include the players wearing battery-powered heated trousers throughout the tournament to combat injury-threatening changes in temperature.
    Jack Wilshere fears he will not be a key player under Unai Emery and is giving serious consideration to leaving Arsenal.

    THE OBSERVER
    Maurizio Sarri is growing increasingly confident agreement will be reached between Chelsea and Napoli to smooth his appointment as head coach at Stamford Bridge, with the Italian likely to be joined by his compatriot Gianfranco Zola in some capacity at the club.

    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
    Boca Juniors are making an impassioned plea to Wilmar Barrios to postpone a move to Tottenham until the January transfer window after Spurs stepped up their interest in the Colombian.

    SCOTTISH SUN
    Slaven Belupo's sporting director Zvonomir Simunovic reckons new Rangers signing Nikola Katic can become the next Dejan Lovren.
     
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