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Alan 12:15 Sun Jul 28
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers says the club have still not received any acceptable offers for England defender Harry Maguire amid interest from Manchester United and Manchester City, adding both the Foxes and Maguire are "relaxed" about the situation. (Leicester Mercury)

The Foxes want United to pay a greater percentage of an £80m fee up front because they are not convinced they would receive add-ons for Champions League qualification. (Mail)

Manchester United are very close to signing Sporting Lisbon's Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, for 70m euros. (Sport - in Spanish)

Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 25, wants to stay at Juventus and fight for his place under Maurizio Sarri. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku may have dropped a hint he is set to leave Old Trafford in the near future by posting a picture on his Twitter account with his agent. The Belgium international seems to indicate the pair will conducting more business together "soon". (Manchester Evening News)

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson wants the club to sign Aston Villa's Scottish midfielder John McGinn - whose granddad is a close friend of Ferguson. (Sun)

Wales and Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale, 30, will be paid a basic salary of £1.1m a week and will rival Lionel Messi as the highest-paid footballer after agreeing a three-year deal to join Chinese Super League outfit Jiangsu Suning. (Express)

Real Madrid may have to take an £86m loss on Bale if his move to Jiangsu Suning is completed before the Chinese transfer window shuts on Wednesday. The club are unwilling to pay a transfer fee on top of world-record wages for the Welshman. (Mail)

Real Madrid are ready to make a £150m move for Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, after the sale of Bale. (Sun)

Newcastle United are unwilling to match the £20m fee which Hull City are demanding for 22-year-old forward Jarrod Bowen. (Newcastle Chronicle)

The Magpies are also planning a £5m move for Everton midfielder James McCarthy, 28, who is out of favour at Goodison Park. (Sun)
Nicolas Pepe

Everton manager Marco Silva insists a deal has not been agreed with French champions Paris St-Germain for Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye, with the Portuguese boss hoping the 29-year-old will stay at Goodison Park. (Liverpool Echo)

However, Gueye is set to travel to Paris for a medical on Sunday after rejecting a late bid from Manchester United. (Express)

The Toffees have opened talks with Juventus over the signing of 19-year-old striker Moise Kean. The Serie A champions want £36m for the Italy international and are insisting on a buy-back clause in any deal. (Sky Sports)

Wolves have agreed a deal in principle with Italian giants AC Milan for 21-year-old striker Patrick Cutrone. The Premier League club are now trying to convince the Italy international to move to Molineux. (Express and Star)

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is eyeing a move for West Ham's versatile 29-year-old Michail Antonio. (Mirror)

New Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has told midfield pair Tiemoue Bakayoko and Danny Drinkwater - who cost a combined £80m - they can leave Stamford Bridge. (Mirror)

Former Barcelona and Paris St-Germain right-back Dani Alves, 36, is still looking for a new club and has taken to Instagram to help him "find a new job". (AS)

Germany forward Andre Schurrle, who spent last season on loan at Fulham, is set to leave Borussia Dortmund for Russian side Spartak Moscow. (Bild)

Stoke striker Saido Berahino is set to play for French side Nimes in a friendly against Toulouse as the Championship club continue to try to terminate his contract. (Mail)







HITC

Crystal Palace plot move for West Ham winger Michail Antonio, feel they can get him after failed 2018 attempt

Aiden Cusick

The West Ham United winger was reportedly the subject of Crystal Palace interest a year ago.

Crystal Palace are 'plotting a move' for the West Ham United winger, Michail Antonio, according to the Daily Mirror.

The newspaper reports that Palace tried to sign Antonio a year ago, but claims 'there is now a feeling' that the Eagles can convince West Ham to sell.

The Hammers have strengthened their attack through the signings of Pablo Fornals and Sebastien Haller, whose arrivals, it is suggested, could see Antonio's opportunities limited this forthcoming campaign.

And Crystal Palace's need for the 29-year-old could increase if Wilfried Zaha is prised away from Selhurst Park, amid reports of interest from Arsenal and Everton, among others.

The Daily Telegraph reported this time last year that Palace were weighing up a £15 million offer for Antonio.

But how much the Eagles would be willing to pay now, not to mention how much West Ham would be willing to accept, remains to be seen.

The former non-league player still has two years left on what is, according to the Guardian, a £70,000-a-week contract at the London Stadium.



Teamtalk

EXCLUSIVE: West Ham enquire about loan deal for Lyon hitman

West Ham have asked Lyon about Bertrand Traore, but having spent their summer budget already – they could only sanction a loan deal with a view to a permanent deal, we can reveal.

The 23-year-old former Chelsea youngster has been in brilliant form for Lyon, claiming 20-goals in two seasons and the Hammers are keen to add him to bring him alongside their new club-record signing Sebastian Haller.

However, Haller’s deal has meant West Ham’s finances are limited so they are now looking at Traore – but Lyon appear unlikely to sanction a loan move.

Sources close to Lyon believe that both Tottenham and Arsenal are considering a move for Traore – who can play out wide as well as up-front.




...and some old tosh from The Express saying West Ham are reportedly lining up a shock move for Emanuel Adebayor (35).

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Texas Iron 5:33 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers...

Jasnik 4:00 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
15 m ferk off. Proven premier player.

geoffpikey 3:32 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Gratitude, Mr Alan.

Mex Martillo 12:37 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Cicero 12:32 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks, Alan.

Alan 12:27 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Traore story added.

happygilmore 12:22 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan,

Antonio is worth keeping, even if not a regular starter next season. Can't see the appeal of Palace, except maybe paying him more money.

Sydney_Iron 12:17 Sun Jul 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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