Man Utd have ‘no desire’ to extend Paul Pogba contract and Gabriel Jesus open to Arsenal move – Paper Talk | Transfer Centre News

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Editor April 23, 2022
Updated 2022/04/23 at 11:33 AM

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All the top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s national newspapers…

THE SUN

Manchester United have no desire to extend Paul Pogba’s contract and the injured midfielder has now played his last game for the club.

Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has urged the club to break the bank and bring West Ham star Declan Rice to the Emirates.

Arsenal are reportedly weighing up a shock summer swoop to sign Gabriel Jesus with the Manchester City striker open to a switch to the Emirates.

Didier Drogba’s hopes of becoming the new head of Ivory Coast football look set to be dashed – despite widespread backing by fans.

Gabriel Jesus celebrates his goal (AP)
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Man City forward Gabriel Jesus is reportedly open to a move to Arsenal this summer

Manchester United will rest captain Harry Maguire for Saturday’s clash with Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta was nicknamed ‘Arsene Wenger’s son’ by the Arsenal squad, his former team-mate Emmanuel Frimpong has revealed.

Manchester United youngsters Alejandro Garnacho, Alvaro Fernandez and Shola Shoretire were thrown into the mix of first-team training ahead of Saturday’s clash with top-four rivals Arsenal.

Burnley are looking at Wales interim manager Robert Page as they continue their search for a new permanent boss.

THE GUARDIAN

Declan Rice scored West Ham's second goal of the evening
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Declan Rice has turned down another contract offer from West Ham

Declan Rice has turned down a third offer of a new contract from West Ham and is open to a summer transfer. The terms would have made him the best-paid player in the club’s history at about £200,000 a week.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United have reportedly earmarked Kalvin Phillips and Pau Torres as two top targets for Erik ten Hag heading into the summer transfer window.

DAILY STAR

Marcus Rashford wants to be part of Manchester United’s future under new boss Erik ten Hag.

DAILY MAIL

The Premier League’s top clubs want football’s strict post-Brexit rules eased to prevent the game’s top overseas youngsters becoming too expensive to bring to England.

Todd Boehly’s consortium have grown very confident they will win the fight to buy Chelsea, according to reports.

Chelsea chief executive Guy Laurence may be hoping that the consortium led by Sir Martin Broughton does not succeed in buying the club as he was once sacked by one of their main investors, the Rogers family.

West Ham are facing a defensive injury crisis ahead of their trip to Chelsea on Sunday – with three centre-halves being ruled out through injury.

Everton’s new director of football Kevin Thelwell has made an immediate impact at Goodison Park, with his determination to overhaul the club’s youth set-up behind the departure of long-serving academy director David Unsworth last week.

Derby County’s administrators will charge the club an estimated £2m for their services prompting a furious reaction from Rams fans.

Mike Ashley remains interested in buying Derby County despite losing out to Chris Kirchner in the battle to be named as the preferred bidder by the club’s administrators.

The intrigue and plotting behind the scenes of Spanish football has been laid bare – again – after a conversation between two of the country’s legendary players, Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique, was leaked.

DAILY MIRROR

Man Utd are close to finalising the appointment of Erik ten Hag their new manager
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Man Utd have confirmed the appointment of Erik ten Hag as their new manager

Ajax have made a last-ditch attempt to stop Erik ten Hag from taking Mitchell van der Gaag with him to Manchester United by offering him the chance to be named the Dutchman’s successor.

Arsenal’s decision to keep hold of William Saliba this summer could pave the way for Eric Bailly’s exit from Manchester United.

Marcus Rashford has decided to remain at Manchester United following the club’s decision to appoint Erik ten Hag as their next manager.

Manchester United and Chelsea target Declan Rice is ‘open’ to a transfer after rebuffing a new contract offer from West Ham – but a summer move remains unlikely.

New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has put his players into four groups, including “underperformers” as he plots his Old Trafford overhaul, according to reports.

THE TIMES

Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah
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Arsenal hope to convince Eddie Nketiah his future is with them

Eddie Nketiah is weighing up offers from Crystal Palace and Borussia Monchengladbach despite Arsenal having not given up hope of the striker signing a new deal.

The Football Association’s board is expected to discuss the issue of conflicts of interest next week following disclosures that the Premier League’s interim chairman Peter McCormick’s law firm carries out club takeover checks for the league.

Erik ten Hag will be given more than £120 million to spend on revitalising the Manchester United squad next season.

DAILY RECORD

Cameron Carter-Vickers is in ‘advanced talks’ over a permanent move to Celtic, according to a report in the US.

SCOTTISH SUN

Craig Halkett could delay ankle surgery in a bid to face Rangers in the Scottish Cup final.



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