Liverpool considering letting Mohamed Salah out with Sadio Mane this summer – Paper Talk

17 Aug 2022 | 08:50 | Football

All the headlines and transfer rumours in Saturday’s national newspapers…


Liverpool are considering letting Mo Salah follow Sadio Mane out this summer.

Newcastle are reportedly considering a move for Chelsea striker Armando Broja if they fail to sign Hugo Ekitik.

Tottenham Hotspur and Middlesbrough still have a gap in talks over Jed Spencer.

Manchester United have been dealt a transfer blow after new Ajax manager Alfred Schruder claimed he believed Julien Timber would stay.

Manchester United and Chelsea target Anthony was nowhere to be seen as Ajax resumed pre-season training this morning.

Chelsea could land Stuttgart defender Borna Sousa for £21m this summer, according to reports.

West Ham will complete the permanent signing of Alphonse Areola.

Club Brugge have reportedly turned down the chance to sign Andy Carroll on a free transfer due to the results of his medical, according to reports.

daily mail

Arsenal are expected to make a £50m bid for top target Gabriel Jesus in the next seven to 10 days.

File photo of Manchester City player Gabriel Jesus dated April 23, 2022. Gabriel Jesus could step up Manchester City's title race by breaking the deadlock with a 2-0 win over Wolves, who drew 2-2 against Chelsea on Saturday. Release Date: Monday, May 9, 2022.

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boley will personally intervene to ease doubts over Reece James’ future.

Real Madrid are reportedly “concerned” that German star Toni Kroos will leave the Bernabeu for free after rejecting a new contract – and the World Cup winner will assess the progress of the new season before deciding on his future.

Mattis De Ligt wants to leave Juventus after talks over a new contract broke down during an explosive meeting with Juventus, according to reports.

Brighton are interested in Manchester City striker Liam Deapp as they consider a striker option.

daily mirror

Marseille have been given a boost in their efforts to sign Arsenal defender Willian Saliba, with French football’s financial watchdog DNCG sanctioning their summer spending plans.

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The Everton group, led by Peter Kenyon, have pledged to fund the club’s new stadium and, if the takeover goes through, provide substantial transfer funds.

Chelsea’s new owners have pledged Thomas Tuchel to sign as many as six players in the summer, with Champions League qualification as the minimum goal of their first season in charge as they aim to close the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool.

Maggie Alphonsi will run for rugby union president.

scottish sun

Josip Juranovic could leave Glasgow this summer after a season at Parkhead.

Stoke City are lining up for Scotland goalkeeper Zand Clark.

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