Sunday, 26 April 2015

Depay to Liverpool FC? Pogba to Chelsea FC? Sterling to Juventus FC?

Depay to Liverpool
Memphis Depay (credit: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
The Sun: Juventus are willing to pay £50m to sign Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling.

Also: Paul Pogba could leave Juve for Manchester United or Chelsea.

And: Sam Allardyce could make a shock move to America after realising his West Ham days are numbered.

Plus: Jonas Gutierrez had a furious fall-outwith John Carver last week — and is now certain to leave Newcastle this summer.

Daily Mirror: Manchester United stars fear team-mate David De Gea is on his way to Real Madrid this summer.

Also: Jurgen Klopp has turned down an audacious approach from West Ham - but Sam Allardyce is still set to be axed at the end of the season.

Daily Mail: Liverpool face a major rebuilding job this summer following a mass exit from Anfield.

Daily Express: Liverpool will square up to bitter rivals Manchester United in the race for Holland wonderboy Memphis Depay.

Metro: Liverpool have reportedly been given the all-clear to open talks with PSV winger Memphis Depay about a summer transfer to Anfield after boss Brendan Rodgers received assurances about his future with the Reds.

Also: Arsenal may be set to pull out of the race for the signing of Morgan Schneiderlin in the summer, following the emergence of Francis Coquelin in the Gunners’ midfield.

And: Aston Villa are reportedly close to agreeing a deal for Wolves’ winger Bakary Sako.

Daily Telegraph: Manchester City are facing defeat in their attempt to sign the Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne following Bayern Munich’s emergence as rivals for the Belgium international.

The Times: Robin van Persie made his first appearance in a Manchester United shirt for two months last night when he turned out for the under-21 team as the club stepped up their interest in the striker’s Holland team-mate, Memphis Depay.

Also: Gary Bowyer, the Blackburn Rovers manager, has said that Rudy Gestede will not be allowed to leave Ewood Park for less than his market value in a summer fire sale.

The Guardian: Fresh questions have been raised over whether West Ham’s deal to move into the Olympic Stadium contravenes European state aid laws, potentially leaving the club liable for millions in compensation.

Also: Roy Hodgson intends to visit Bradford City this weekend after informing the Football Association he wants a Saturday off watching Premier League football so he can pay tribute to the 56 people who died in the fire at Valley Parade in 1985.

The Independent: The English Football Association will push its Irish counterparts all the way for the services of the dual-nationality Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish who will be eligible for the England Under-21s following this summer’s European championships.

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