Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips Today

  • Marcus Rashford is ready to talk to Real Madrid if he fails to win a regular first-team place at Manchester United.
  • PSG have joined Real Madrid in the race for Tottenham star Christian Eriksen as he stalls over a new contract.
  • Chelsea have joined Manchester United in a race for £70m-rated Inter Milan star Milan Skriniar.
  • Reece Oxford wants to stay in the Premier League if West Ham try and force him out in January.
  • Manchester United suffered a huge share price drop as the price of shares slumped to their lowest point in over a year.
  • Usain Bolt has been linked with a shock move to Diego Maradona-managed Mexican side Dorados.
  • Jack Wilshere has hailed Ross Barkley as a shining example of how he can get back to the top.
  • Manuel Pellegrini has revealed he knew Manchester City wanted Pep Guardiola from his first day at the Etihad.
  • Fernando Llorente can escape his Tottenham torment with a January switch to Championship high fliers Leeds.
  • Manchester City youngster Rabbi Matondo chose Wales over England to play alongside Gareth Bale.
  • Andy Murray can win at least one more Major title if he returns to full fitness, says Tim Henman.
  • Jose Mourinho reportedly doesn’t mind how long it takes for Manchester United to agree a deal for Fiorentina star Nikola Milenkovic.
  • Harry Redknapp has emerged as a potential candidate for the Republic of Ireland job.
  • Sol Campbell wants to grasp his chance to work with the FA after revealing he was overlooked to be Roy Hodgson’s assistant at Euro 2012.
  • Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is in talks over a new £120k-a-week deal.
  • Republic of Ireland legend Robbie Keane could join the coaching set up as assistant manager to Mick McCarthy if the former boss is re-appointed.
  • The PFA have failed to provide a single penny for football’s Rainbow Laces campaign against homophobia.
  • Les Ferdinand is set for an interview with the FA to be their new technical director, with Mark Warburton also on the four-man shortlist.
  • Didier Drogba insists Jose Mourinho remains the Special One – and would have won the title “two or three times” if he was in charge of Manchester City.
  • Barcelona legend Xavi says Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City will rule Europe in the same way their Barcelona side did.
  • Matt Doherty says Martin O’Neill’s exit as Republic of Ireland manager wasn’t too surprising and that the country’s recent dismal run “came back to bite him in the end”.
  • Richarlison has put his success with Brazil down to Everton.
  • Jose Mourinho will still go on a spending spree in the next transfer window despite seeing more than £300m wiped off Manchester United’s valuation.
  • The Charity Commission is to question the PFA after concerns were raised about how chief executive Gordon Taylor’s annual pay of more than £2m was funded.
  • World Rugby says referees must produce more yellow and red cards for dangerous high tackles.
  • Qatar would help Middle East peace by sharing the 2022 World Cup, says Gianni Infantino.
  • The introduction of a winter break into the Premier League next season could see a significant drop in the number of injuries suffered by players in English top-flight clubs, according to new research.
  • Tyson Fury abandoned his mountain training camp because he could not handle the heat and altitude, according to Deontay Wilder.
  • James Anderson said that he was prepared to step aside for Stuart Broad for the final Test against Sri Lanka because, as a seamer struggling to make an impact in this series, he has at times felt like a spare part.
  • Sporting Kansas City want to take Celtic captain Scott Brown to the United States.
  • Beram Kayal always knew James Forrest was destined to become a Scotland great.
  • Scotland boss Alex McLeish insists he will prove all his critics wrong after Nations League success.
  • Joe Worrall insists Steven Gerrard is so classy in training that he could still shine for Rangers at the age of 38.

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