Arsenal among teams who like ex-Man Utd striker Memphis Depay – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News
All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…
Barcelona flop Memphis Depay is ‘lured’ into a return to the Premier League, with Arsenal among the teams keen on the former Man Utd striker.
Former Liverpool striker Taiwo Awoniyi could make a return to England this summer but, after signing him for just £6m, Union Berlin want £25m for the Newcastle and West Ham target.
Adama Traore’s hopes of a long-term return to Barcelona appear to be dwindling, with the Wolves loanee going through a poor spell of form.
PSV Eindhoven striker Cody Gakpo admits he would love to move to the Premier League, where he enjoys watching Liverpool and Virgil van Dijk play.
Manchester United are spending millions on state-of-the-art upgrades to their Aon training complex in Carrington, which includes a games room.
Arsenal are set to offer young striker Khayon Edwards, who has been dubbed ‘the next Bukayo Saka’, a new contract.
Mohamed Salah will commit his future to Liverpool, according to Egypt’s sports minister.
The Russian Federation has withdrawn its appeal against FIFA’s World Cup ban.
Wimbledon chiefs are in talks with the government to see if stars from Russia and Belarus can compete.
Steve McClaren could return to Manchester United as assistant manager if Erik Ten Hag, who worked as McClaren’s assistant at FC Twente, takes over at Old Trafford.
Trevor Bayliss, who won the World Cup when he was England head coach, has held talks with Cricket Australia over the job left vacant by Justin Langer’s departure after Ashes in February.
Ken Griffin is set to fly to London to hold talks with the Chelsea hierarchy, alongside Tom and Laura Ricketts, and underline his commitment to buying the Premier League club.
Crystal Palace will listen to offers for winger Wilfried Zaha this summer now that they are able to cope without him due to the emergence of Michael Olise and Ebere Eze.
Police are on alert as Liverpool supporters try to buy tickets in the Manchester City sections of Wembley for the FA Cup semi-final.
Ralf Rangnick is expected to work just six days a month when he begins a consultant role at Manchester United this summer.
Real Madrid are ready to let Eden Hazard go on loan this summer after three injury-plagued seasons in Spain.
Newcastle have identified Nottingham Forest’s Brennan Jonson as a summer target after scouting him in recent weeks. The Magpies are open to offers for winger Allan Saint-Maximin.
Manchester City love Le Havre midfielder Ilyes Benlebsir.
Ben Stokes will undergo a knee scan after experiencing pain during the Caribbean tour.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Lainer and, according to reports, could secure his signature with the help of current boss Ralf Rangnick, who brought him to the Bundesliga club in 2017.
Paris Saint-Germain may have done themselves a disservice in their pursuit of Paul Pogba by offering the midfielder less than Manchester United offered in an attempt to keep him.
Newcastle are set to miss out on top summer transfer target Sven Botman as AC Milan strike a deal to land the centre-back from the Netherlands and Lille, but are planning another spending spree.
Cristiano Ronaldo has given Manchester United a big boost by returning to training ahead of his trip to Everton on Saturday.
Wolves will make one last push to tie Ruben Neves down to a new long-term deal before they are potentially forced to listen to summer offers.
West Brom are trying to tie Dara O’Shea down to a new contract after Steve Bruce named the defender as the club’s future captain.
Wimbledon organizers are still in discussions with the British government over the “complex and challenging” participation of Russian players in the championships this summer.
Some of the sport’s wealthiest people are heading to Stamford Bridge this week for face-to-face meetings that will in part determine who will win the battle to buy Chelsea.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
French Open organizers have no plans to exclude Russian star Daniil Medvedev from this summer’s tournament.
Eddie Jones faces further trouble during his consultancy tenure with Suntory Sungoliaths in Japan after Australian Samu Kerevi revealed he had previously asked about some of England’s secrets.
Ken Griffin flew to London on Tuesday to meet Tom and Laura Ricketts over their offer to buy Chelsea, as the group held face-to-face talks with club officials ahead of next Monday’s deadline for shortlisted bidders to make their improved bids.
American businessman Chris Kirchner, who is trying to buy Derby County, has come under heavy criticism over historic social media posts using homophobic and misogynistic language.
Michel Platini has filed a criminal complaint against FIFA President Gianni Infantino, accusing him of influence peddling.
THE SUN OF SCOTLAND
Andy Halliday believes Rangers’ failure to make successful additions to their squad in January was the turning point in the Scottish title race.