Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Khedira to Man Utd? Ochoa to Liverpool FC? Isci to Chelsea FC?

Guillermo Ochoa (credit: FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: Wayne Rooney was back in middle England yesterday — increasing his chances of starting against Uruguay in his favored central role.

Also: Frank Lampard has backed Wayne Rooney to light up the World Cup party.

Daily Mirror: Wayne Rooney is set to get his wish of being made England's main man.

Also: Tottenham are willing to listen to offers for Emmanuel Adebayor.

And: Louis Van Gaal has complained he’ll need a bar stool in the dug-out to see his stars play Australia today.

Daily Star: French midfielder Yann M'Vila is set to deal a transfer blow to Liverpool and Arsenal by rejecting the Premier League pair in favor of a switch to Inter Milan.

Also: Chelsea have received a huge boost in their pursuit of Turkish sensation Sefa Isci.

And: Mats Hummels has dealt Manchester United's transfer hopes a blow by ruling himself out of a move to Old Trafford this summer.
Daily Express: Mexico star Guillermo Ochoa claims he is open to a Premier League switch as Liverpool and Arsenal prepare offers after watching him put in a number of superb performances in the Brazil World Cup.

Also: Manchester United's efforts to sign Real Madrid's Germany star and Arsenal target Sami Khedira have received a much-needed boost after it emerged the Champions League winners have deemed him surplus to requirements as they chase Chelsea's Brazil midfielder Ramires.

Metro: Arsenal could be set for a busy summer in the transfer market with boss Arsene Wenger reportedly adding Paris Saint-Germain’s Ezequiel Lavezzi to his list of targets.

The Times: Roy Hodgson is preparing to unleash Wayne Rooney through the middle against Uruguay tomorrow in what could be his last chance to cement his position as England’s main attacking threat during the World Cup finals in Brazil.

The Guardian: Wayne Rooney is set to be restored to a central attacking position behind Daniel Sturridge for England’s critical World Cup group game against Uruguay on Thursday as Roy Hodgson seeks to extract greater involvement from his side’s leading scorer.

The Independent: Wayne Rooney is set to return to the No 10 central role for England against Uruguay, with Roy Hodgson giving the striker a full run-out in the position in training on Tuesday.

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