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Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning

  • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is lining up a £20m deal for Atletico Madrid ace Diego Godin.
  • Bayern Munich have sounded out Zinedine Zidane as their new boss to replace Niko Kovac in a major blow to Manchester United.
  • Manchester United have been told they need to dig deeper to land Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, having had a £53m offer rejected.
  • Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has received specialist treatment in Belgium for his hamstring injury.
  • Chelsea and Arsenal have joined the race to sign Brazilian full-back Emerson.
  • Manchester City are keen on Real Betis left-back Junior Firpo.
  • Alexis Sanchez’s arrival at Manchester United has contributed to a 10 per cent rise in the club’s wage bill.
  • Gordon Taylor has ignited a civil war at the Professional Footballers’ Association after trying to oust his own chairman in a bitter power struggle.
  • Leigh Griffiths has given Celtic a massive boost by returning to training.
  • Rangers youngster Aidan McAdams insists he had no problems crossing the Old Firm divide, having joined from Celtic last year.
  • Ricky Sbragia has tipped Scott McTominay to be Scotland’s midfield enforcer for the next decade.
  • Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke has revealed the first conversation he had with Kris Boyd was to convince him not to quit football.
  • Former Aberdeen midfielder Nicky Low is training with Greenock Morton.
  • Rangers are refusing to back down in their battle with the SFA over the Daniel Candeias red card saga.
  • Former Celtic winger Patrick Roberts has revealed he plans to stay with Girona despite speculation linking him with a return to parent club Manchester City.
  • Aberdeen director Dave Cormack has revealed his ambitious blueprint to help make the Dons a smash-hit in the USA.



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