Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Khedira to Man Utd? Nathan to Chelsea FC? Sterling to Man City?

Raheem Sterling (credit: PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: James Milner has given Manchester City a huge boost by saying he wants to sign a new deal.

Also: Manchester United are optimistic of beating rivals Liverpool to German World Cup-winner Sami Khedira.

Daily Mirror: Manchester City will launch a £30million-plus bid for Raheem Sterling as soon as the summer transfer window opens.

Also: Manchester United will offer Southampton Javier Hernandez as a sweetener to persuade them to sell England defender Nathaniel Clyne.

And: Theo Walcott will finally open talks about his future in the next fortnight - with Arsenal keen to stop him going to Liverpool.

Daily Star: Daley Blind has warned Chelsea that Manchester United are still gunning for the title.

Daily Mail: Manchester City are planning to table a mega-bid for Raheem Sterling on the day the transfer window reopens.

Daily Express: Liverpool expect Raheem Sterling to remain at Anfield for “a long time” despite his contract stand-off with the club.

Also: manager Mark Hughes insists Victor Moses’ injury problems will not put him off signing the on-loan Chelsea winger permanently in the summer.

Metro: West Ham striker Carlton Cole says he will move abroad if the Hammers do not offer him a new contract to stay at Upton Park.

Also: Manchester United have already agreed a deal to sign Southampton star Nathaniel Clyne, according to reports.

And: Tottenham could move in on West Ham’s deal for Fabian Schar after the Hammers reportedly put their interest on hold while they confirm their manager for next season.

Daily Telegraph: Chelsea are closing in on the signing of Brazilian starlet Nathan who has arrived in London ahead of a medical at the Premier League leaders.

Also: Tim Sherwood is poised to open talks with Tom Cleverley over a permanent deal in an effort to fight off competition from Everton.

The Times: Manchester City have identified Aaron Cresswell, the West Ham United left back, as a potential transfer target in their attempt to bolster the number of home-grown players in their squad as part of a planned reshape this summer.


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