Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Higuain to Chelsea FC? Martinez to Arsenal FC? Bamford to Newcastle?

Jose Mourinho is eyeing a £30million move for Argie hitman Gonzalo Higuain
Jose Mourinho is eyeing a £30million move
 for Argie hitman Gonzalo Higuain
The Sun: Jose Mourinho is eyeing a £30million move for Argie hitman Gonzalo Higuain.

Also: Slaven Bilic is now the frontrunner to become West Ham’s new boss.

And: Roy Hodgson accepts England struggle when Wayne Rooney is not on fire.

Plus: Manchester United's hopes of landing Karim Benzema have taken a hit after a withering snub from the player’s agent.

Daily Mirror: Arsene Wenger will make a move for Porto's Colombian hotshot Jackson Martinez - but only if he can clear the decks first.

Also: Raheem Sterling was dealt another blow after Liverpool great John Aldridge made a withering attack on his agent Aidy Ward.

Daily Star: Juventus are plotting a £10m swoop for Manchester United striker Robin van Persie.

Daily Mail: Newcastle are ready to launch a double raid on Chelsea for Marco van Ginkel and Patrick Bamford.

Also: Paul Gascoigne counts himself lucky that he was out with his family in London when England were playing out that desperate 0-0 draw with the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.

Daily Express: Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar admits he wants to play for a bigger club after receiving a new contract offer.

Also: Chelsea have told Newcastle they will have to pay £10million for England Under-21 striker Patrick Bamford.

And: Sami Hyypia has said he would be interested in returning to Liverpool as part of Brendan Rodgers’ revamped coaching team.

Daily Telegraph: Petr Cech is hoping to resolve his future quickly at a meeting with Chelsea next week and has admitted to the added complications for him and his family should he move outside of London.

Also: Liverpool will consider Rene Meulensteen and Pako Ayestaran as potential assistants to Brendan Rodgers with the club ready to focus on rebuilding the Anfield coaching staff following the capture of Burnley forward Danny Ings.

The Times: Arsenal are considering a move to sign Grzegorz Krychowiak, the Seville and Poland midfielder, as an alternative to Morgan Schneiderlin.