Friday, 15 May 2015

Bale and Kane to Man Utd? Llorente to Arsenal FC? Toure to Inter Milan?

Manchester United wants to sign Gareth Bale this summer
Gareth Bale (credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
The Sun: Newcastle have scrapped the club’s end-of-season bash because of their relegation battle.

Also: Manchester City have joined the £25million race for Monaco star Geoffrey Kondogbia.

Daily Mirror: Manchester United will off-load Robin van Persie and Angel Di Maria this summer - to make way for the marquee signing of Gareth Bale.

Also: Gus Poyet has been sounded out about the vacant Leeds job.

Daily Star: Andre Ayew is likely to leave Marseille for the Premier League this summer, according to the club's president Vincent Labrune.

Daily Mail: Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has admitted the club will pursue the signing of Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure across the summer.

Also: Arsenal have won the race to sign 11-year-old Luton Town wonderkid Charlie Patino.

Daily Express: Steven Gerrard has urged Raheem Sterling to sign his new contract and help lead Liverpool forward in his absence.

Metro: Arsenal will turn their attentions to Juventus striker Fernando Llorente after missing on top target Paulo Dybala.

Daily Telegraph: Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel has emerged as a transfer target for Arsenal should they fail to land Petr Cech this summer.

Also: Nigel Pearson is set to make a £8million bid for Shinji Okazaki this summer after reopening talks with Mainz.

The Times: Manchester United are considering an ambitious £40 million move for Harry Kane, the Tottenham Hotspur and England striker, this summer.

Also: Liverpool are preparing for Steven Gerrard to return to the club in a coaching capacity after holding talks with their outgoing captain about his future.

The Guardian: Atl├ętico Madrid are attempting to ward off Chelsea’s interest in their forwards Antoine Griezmann and Koke by raising the buy-out clauses to nearer £100m in the new contracts to be offered to both players this summer.

Also: Sam Allardyce has said that only Harry Houdini could have done a better job than him as the West Ham United manager over the past four years.

And: Virgin Trains, sponsors of Preston North End, have apologised after it was confirmed that bank holiday engineering works will leave the club’s fans stranded in London following the League One play-off final on 24 May.

The Independent: Arsenal will receive €4m (£2.8m) if Barcelona win the Champions League due a clause in Thomas Vermalen's transfer, according to reports.

Also: Joey Barton has been frustrated in an attempt to return to Marseille next season due to his wage demands, claim the French club.


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