Transfer Paper Talk

  • Leicester have launched talks with Sassuolo over a sensational move for winger Domenico Berardi in the January transfer window.
  • Mason Greenwood could be left out of England’s next round of internationals as part of an agreement between Gareth Southgate and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson met up with current Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward at a club luncheon on Thursday afternoon.
  • The mind coach who helped Britain win double boxing gold at this summer’s Olympics has joined Wolves as first-team psychologist.
  • Mikel Arteta has warned his unvaccinated Arsenal players that the club will ‘pay the price’ for them refusing to be jabbed.
  • The scout who discovered Jack Wilshere described new Arsenal midfield sensation Charlie Patino as the best player to ever come through the club’s academy, according to another Gunners talent-spotter.
  • Emerson Royal could be granted a surprise Tottenham debut against Crystal Palace with up to seven Spurs stars set to be ruled out after the international break decimated the squad.
  • Barcelona president Joan Laporta has confirmed the club are set to schedule a meeting with the representatives of Ousmane Dembele in order to discuss a new deal for the Frenchman.
  • Leyton Orient are allowing Oldham fans to pay on the day to watch Friday’s clash, in a slap in the face for officials and a victory for fans of the Lancashire crisis club.
  • Lionel Messi said he now has ‘peace of mind’ after winning the Copa America with Argentina over the summer.
  • England are set to scrap the distinction between red and white-ball central contracts next season as part of a major overhaul that will give coach Chris Silverwood a bigger pool of contracted players to choose from in both formats.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo admits he is nervous ahead of his second Manchester United debut – but not as much as for the first one.
  • Manchester City ace Riyad Mahrez has been hit with a driving ban for doing 120mph on a motorway.
  • Mikel Arteta has offered Jack Wilshere the potential chance to seal a dream return to Arsenal.
  • Manchester United’s clash with Aston Villa at Old Trafford on September 25 has been moved to a lunchtime kick-off – as indie band The Courteeners are playing the nearby cricket ground in the evening.
  • Ronald Koeman says Newcastle reject Luuk de Jong can be more dangerous than Neymar following the Dutch striker’s move to cost-cutting Barcelona.
  • Legendary Chelsea keeper Petr Cech has re-signed for ice hockey team Guildford Phoenix.
  • Juventus are leading the race to sign Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni but could see his price tag go up, reports say.
  • Christian Eriksen will undergo a medical examination in Denmark next month to see if the Inter Milan playmaker can return to action.
  • Barcelona reportedly made a £68m bid to re-sign Neymar during the summer transfer window before Lionel Messi joined Paris Saint Germain.
  • Bayern Munich have sensationally discussed the possibility of prising Timo Werner from his difficult spell at Chelsea.
  • Arsenal have received a welcome boost after the club’s sixth summer signing Takehiro Tomiyasu was reportedly granted his work permit following a successful application, clearing him to make his debut against Norwich in the Premier League this weekend.
  • Liverpool are reportedly preparing a January bid to sign RB Salzburg forward Karim Adeyemi with Barcelona also said to be in contention for the wonderkid.
  • Manchester City and Liverpool target Kingsley Coman is stalling on a new contract at Bayern Munich and would favour a Premier League transfer, according to reports in the French media.
  • Gareth Southgate admits England are still on a steep learning curve on their mission to join the world’s elite.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer joined Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward at a club luncheon on Thursday.
  • Manchester United have made West Ham United star Declan Rice their priority midfield target ahead of next summer’s transfer window, according to reports.
  • Ian Maxwell has insisted that a Stuttgart-style Hampden is not off the table as the Home Nations ramp up their bid to host the World Cup in 2030.
  • Lyon could be without three players for their trip to face Scottish champions Rangers next week thanks to Scottish Government red list rules, according to a report.
  • Former Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod admits he finds himself at a career crossroads – with injury forcing him to consider his future in the game.
  • Celtic fear Kyogo Furuhashi will be out of action for at least a month.
  • Dundee technical director Gordon Strachan has been cleared by the SFA to carry on consultancy work with Celtic.

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