Man Utd ready to make £50m swoop for Netherlands and PSV star Cody Gakpo in January – Paper Talk | Transfer Centre News

All the top stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…

Sun

Manchester United are set to land Netherlands World Cup star Cody Gakpo in January – and are willing to sell PSV for £50million.

Julian Ward is eyeing the top job in Europe after stepping down as Liverpool’s sporting director.

Manchester City are set to sign 15-year-old left-back Christian McFarlane from New York City from their partner club.

It is reported that Real Madrid and Eden Hazard are going to end their relationship due to Eden Hazard’s poor performance in the World Cup against Belgium.

Luis Suarez has slammed FIFA for ‘preventing him from seeing his children’ after Uruguay were kicked out of the World Cup.

Dusan Vlahovic could be on his way to Liverpool in a sensational transfer deal that would see Ibrahima Konate go the other way.

Dusan Vlahovic celebrates scoring Serbia's second goal
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Dusan Vlahovic celebrates scoring for Serbia at the World Cup

England and Wales could launch a race to land Warren Gatland by sacking their bosses this week.

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Daily Express

A wealthy conglomerate including high-profile figures from Saudi Arabia and Qatar is reportedly preparing a massive bid to take control of Liverpool.

Daily articles

The players did not unanimously support Germany’s controversial hand-to-mouth protest ahead of their World Cup opener against Japan, reports say.

Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has admitted it is difficult to call his team a ‘golden generation’ when they have won nothing.

Thibaut Courtois celebrates after saving Alphonso Davies' penalty

Garang Kuwal believes Australia will one day be a major force in international football and revealed rubbing shoulders with Lionel Messi felt ‘like a dream’.

Brentford boss Thomas Frank has spoken to former Oldham manager Dean Holden as he considers new assistants.

South Korean manager Paulo Bento has criticized the lack of time between matches at the World Cup.

A number of World Cup players have complained of odd stains on their sets at the end of games, and some wonder if the groundsmen are using paint to cover the voids on the Augusta fairways and fairways, as they do on the greens at the Masters. .

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Daily Mirror

Argentina team-mate Lautaro Martinez defended Lionel Messi after he missed a pair of big late chances against Australia.

Uruguay defender Jose Gimenez could face a 15-match ban after appearing to elbow a FIFA official following his nation’s controversial exit from the World Cup.

Athletics

Patrick Bamford has been ruled out of Leeds United’s training camp in Spain after undergoing groin surgery.

Jaden Sancho will miss Manchester United’s trip to Spain.

Robert Lewandowski has suggested that the Polish style of play could determine his upcoming World Cup in the future.

the protector

Netherlands will take inspiration from Louis van Gaal’s recovery from cancer at the World Cup, The Daily Blind has said.

Jaden Sancho of Manchester United stands during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Brighton at Old Trafford Stadium on Sunday, August 7, 2022 in Manchester, England.  (AP Photo/Dave Thompson

Daily Telegraph

Arsenal are sweating over the seriousness of Gabriel Jesus’ knee problem after Tite claimed he was aware of the injury before playing against Cameroon with “vicious lies”.

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Cody Gakpo says he will make a decision on his future after the World Cup amid interest from Manchester United and Real Madrid.

England players will have a key input into the review process that could seal the fate of head coach Eddie Jones on Monday – and the appointment of the Australian’s successor if he is sacked.

The Times

Alexis McAllister thinks Aziz Behich, Australia left back, made a big mistake by picking a fight with Lionel Messi in Argentina’s last 16 clash.

Brazilian soccer fans are holding a hunger strike in front of the Albert Einstein Israel Hospital in Sao Paulo, where Pele was admitted last Tuesday with health problems related to his colon cancer, diagnosed in September 2021.

The Scottish Sun

Rangers Croatia left-back Borna Barisic could be set for his World Cup debut in Monday’s round of 16 against Japan.

Sunderland striker Ross Stewart is a target for Olympiakos.

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