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Alan 11:41 Sun Sep 11
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Barcelona will resume their pursuit of Manchester City's 28-year-old Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva in January after La Liga increased the club's salary cap by £490m. (Sport, via Mirror Online)

Brighton and Hove Albion are ready to discuss a new deal with Moises Caicedo, with Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal all showing interest in the 20-year-old Ecuador midfielder. (Sunday Mirror)

Wolfsburg and Denmark striker Jonas Wind, 23, says a transfer to Arsenal would be a "dream" move in his career. (Bulinews.com, via Mail Online)

Manchester United could have signed United States right-back Sergino Dest, 21, from Barcelona this summer only for a boardroom disagreement to scupper the move. (The Athletic - subscription required)

Bodo/Glimt's Norwegian coach Kjetil Knutsen, 53, and 43-year-old Italian Roberto de Zerbi - the former Shakhtar Donetsk boss - are among the names under consideration to be the new manager of Brighton. (Sunday Telegraph - subscription required)

Paris St-Germain are set to pay 90% of Mauro Icardi's salary while the 29-year-old Argentina forward is on loan at Galatasaray this season. (RMC, via Mirror Online)

Former Leeds United forward Raphinha, 25, has reiterated his decision to snub a move to Chelsea this summer was influenced by the Brazilian's desire to emulate his boyhood hero Ronaldinho. (La Vanguardia, via Metro)

Leeds United are unlikely to revive their interest in Bamba Dieng after missing out on the 22-year-old Senegal and Marseille striker on transfer deadline day. (Express Online)

La Liga president Javier Tebas has criticised Paris St-Germain and Kylian Mbappe following the 23-year-old France striker's decision to reject a move to Spain. (Mirror Online)

Atletico Madrid and Portugal forward Joao Felix, 22, says he knows nothing of transfer interest from Manchester United during the closing stages of the summer window. (Standard)

Carlo Ancelotti could be set for a new deal at Real Madrid, with the club said to be delighted about his impact and keen for the Italian to continue at the Bernabeu. (Marca)

West Ham are to make a £12m move to sign Sheffield United and Ireland defender John Egan, 29, in January. (Sun on Sunday)

Wolves will launch a new transfer bid for Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez after Benfica pipped them to the 21-year-old's signature from River Plate in the summer. (Sun on Sunday)

Chelsea are interested in bringing Luis Campos to Stamford Bridge as the club's sporting director. The Portuguese former manager currently works as a football adviser at Paris St-Germain. (Sunday Times - subscription required)

Manager Brendan Rodgers and Leicester City's new head of recruitment Martyn Glover have held discussions over future transfer windows after the Foxes signed just one outfield player in the summer. (Leicester Mercury)

Newcastle are planning a £2.5m move for Sunderland's 15-year-old English midfielder Chris Rigg - rated as one of the best young prospects in the country. (Sun on Sunday)





Sky Paper Talk

SUNDAY TIMES

Chelsea are interested in hiring Luís Campos as their sporting director to work with the newly-appointed head coach Graham Potter.

Anthony Martial has launched a scathing attack on José Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, accusing his former Manchester United managers respectively of a "lack of respect" and "treachery".

THE ATHLETIC

Premier League clubs are hopeful of returning to action next weekend but there is the potential for disagreement over where fixtures should be played amid concerns over staging matches in London.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Chelsea want to set up a network of feeder clubs to rival Premier League titans Manchester City.

Erik ten Hag has set Marcus Rashford a 20-goal target for the season to help push Manchester City all the way in the title race.

Antony has got the beat going in the Manchester United dressing room - after taking over the role as No 1 joker.

Chelsea want to set up a network of feeder clubs to rival Premier League titans Manchester City.

Jonas Wind has admitted he wants to play for Arsenal, just months after moving to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg.

Arsenal are hopeful that next week's Europa League game against PSV Eindhoven will get the go-ahead.

Wolves are dreaming of signing Benfica's new Argentinian star Enzo Fernandez - at the second attempt.

Chelsea have reportedly received a boost in their pursuit of Rafael Leao.

Lioness star Beth Mead is following in the footsteps of Marcus Rashford by putting pen to paper for two new books.

West Ham will make a £12m move to sign Sheffield United defender John Egan in January.

Bosnia have infuriated their most high-profile players Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic by organising a friendly match against Russia.

Newcastle are planning a £2.5m raid for Sunderland super-teen midfielder Chris Rigg.

Billy Gilmour will be baffled by his switch to Brighton from Chelsea - just days before Graham Potter went the other way.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

The Norwegian coach Kjetil Knutsen and the Italian Roberto De Zerbi are among the names under consideration to be the new manager of Brighton and Hove Albion when the club begins the appointment process in earnest next week.

Worcester Warriors' owners revealed they were selling Morecambe Football Club after one of them failed the English Football League's owners' and directors' test.

THE OBSERVER

The Football Supporters' Association has called for fans left out of pocket by the postponement of matches after The Queen's death to be treated sympathetically.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Brighton are ready to sit down and discuss a new deal with midfielder Moises Caicedo after several clubs registered an interest in taking him over the summer.

Sergino Dest's potential move to Manchester United was derailed by none other than John Murtough during the latter stages of the transfer window.

Former Leeds United winger Raphinha was convinced to turn down a transfer to Premier League rivals Chelsea in favour of a "dream" move to Barcelona after a chat with fellow Brazilian Neymar.

Birmingham City's proposed takeover is hanging in the balance.

Izzy Christiansen is setting her sights on more than just a new Everton contract.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag may have an opportunity to raid more of his old club's assets after Ajax teenager Amourricho van Axel Dongen spoke about a possible reunion with his former boss.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester United transfer target Joao Felix has revealed that he was not aware of any interest in him from the Red Devils during the summer.

Barcelona's win over Cadiz was stopped for an hour when a supporter suffered a heart attack.

SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic have been rocked by the news Carl Starfelt will be out of action until next month.

Dundee United hope to have their new boss in place by the international break.

Duncan Ferguson has rejected an approach from Dundee United to return to the club as manager, according to reports.

Former Ibrox icon Kenny Miller has called on the Rangers board to back Giovanni van Bronckhorst like they once did with Steven Gerrard.

SUNDAY MAIL

Rangers expect to be given the go-ahead to play their Champions League clash with Napoli in Glasgow on Tuesday night.





FLW

West Ham consider launching eight-figure January bid for Sheffield United man

West Ham United are targeting a move for Sheffield United defender John Egan, as per a Patreon report from journalist Alan Nixon.

The report states that the Hammers are considering a £12 million bid for the experienced defender’s services when the January transfer window opens its door.

A report from The Express during the late stages of the recently closer summer transfer window stated that Leeds United were looking into a late deal for the defender, however, nothing materialised.

Alan Nixon’s report suggests that the Blades will hold out for a high figure, but will consider selling him if they do meet a valuation they have within the club.

It is thought that a move for Egan will push Craig Dawson closer to completing a London Stadium exit in the January transfer window.

The verdict

There is no surprise that top-tier interest has surfaced once again for the impressive centre-back who has proven over the years to be of Premier League ability.

Of course, he is currently playing a major role in Sheffield United’s push for a top-flight return, with the Blades currently leading the way in the Championship.

Therefore, the Blades will likely face a big decision in January if this interest continues to be present, and whilst the depth is at a good level at Bramall Lane, Egan is a massive part of their promotion bid.

It remains to be seen if Leeds are continuing to monitor Egan’s situation, with this being a situation to keep a close eye on as the season progresses.




TBR

West Ham United now interested in signing ‘unstoppable’ midfielder

By Ben Evans

The transfer window only closed last week, but West Ham United are already chasing new targets.

A report from Calcio Mercato has identified the latest player the Hammers are interested in.

The Italian source believe West Ham are interested in PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sangare.

Calcio Mercato believe the West Ham may have to battle Liverpool and AC Milan for his signature.

Sangare is no stranger to interest from Premier League clubs.

Newcastle United were interested in the ‘unstoppable’ midfielder in January.

There was also an attempt on deadline day by Chelsea to sign Sangare.

The dynamic midfielder only signed a new contract at PSV in August, which would increase his price tag.
West Ham interested in Sangare

David Moyes’ side spent much of the summer transfer window looking to bolster their midfield options.

Club Brugge’s Hans Vanaken was a long-term target, but ended up staying in Belgium.

The Hammers did bring in Flynn Downes from Swansea City, who made his full debut on Thursday against FCSB.

Sangare is a very impressive young midfielder, who is destined to play at the highest level.

The Ivorian started his career at Toulouse, and became an important first-team player by the age of 20.

The French club’s relegation alerted plenty of clubs to his availability, and it was somewhat of a surprise he chose a move to The Netherlands.

He’s flourished in the Eredivisie and quickly become one of the best midfielders in the league.

The defensive midfielder is a brilliant passer and dribbler, and pops up with the odd goal too.

Out of possession, he reads the game really well, making plenty of interceptions and timing his tackles expertly.

Sangare has played more than 20 times with former West Ham defender Issa Diop while at Toulouse.

The Frenchman has already recommended West Ham to one new signing.

David Moyes will be hoping that he can work his magic again with Sangare.

West Ham’s interest in Sangare makes complete sense, and he could be the perfect partner for Declan Rice in midfield.

Lucas Paqueta shares what Bruno Guimaraes told him about West Ham:-

“Bruno told me the Premier League is a great competition and was very complimentary about West Ham,” he told The Times. “He told me it was a great club and difficult to play against. I just joked and said, ‘They’ll be even more difficult when I am there.’ ”




Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Crassus 4:27 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
All over that Sangare link, we were tentatively in the summer
Agree with Vexed though, looks like a Rice replacement albeit, encouraging if true that we are getting our eyes opened early

happygilmore 2:20 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Egan would be an ideal replacement for Dawson leaving in January.

Kandu 1:37 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Re Egan - would Sheff Utd deal with us given our history ?

Texas Iron 1:14 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
CHEERS...

ted fenton 12:43 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 12:29 Sun Sep 11

Thanks Alan 12:29 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Vexed 11:53 Sun Sep 11
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Egan? Nah.

Sangare? Fuck yeah. Rice replacement though innit?





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