Harry Kane’s Tottenham future is uncertain, while Everton hope to sign two Manchester United misfits, according to today’s papers.
SPURS’ KANE CONCERN
Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham is beginning to appear uncertain after contract talks between the club and player’s representatives were put on hold.
According to The Sun, the two parties are “at loggerheads”, with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy refusing to offer the striker a deal on similar terms to fellow England attackers or the club’s highest earners.
Kane is currently under contract until 2020 and earns £60,000-a-week, which is £35,000-a-week less than summer signing Moussa Sissoko.
The 23-year-old has plenty of admirers, including Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
Spurs agreed new contracts with a host of players in recent months, but are now also struggling to agree terms with France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
AND THE REST
Ronald Koeman wants Everton to sign both Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay from Manchester United in January (Daily Mirror)
Juventus could rival Everton for Holland winger Depay if they fail to land primary target James Rodriguez from Real Madrid (Daily Star)
AC Milan remain keen on signing Jack Wilshere, despite the midfielder rejecting a move to the San Siro in favour of joining Bournemouth on loan in the summer (Corriere dello Sport)
Olivier Giroud insists he has “no doubts” over his long-term future at Arsenal
Sought-after West Ham prospect Reece Oxford, who has been linked with both Manchester United and Manchester City, will sign a new long-term deal with the east Londoners (Daily Mirror)
Gareth Southgate is eager for the FA to quickly make a decision on his future as England manager (various)
Laurent Jans could become the Premier League’s first player from Luxembourg amid interest from Sunderland (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle have been told they must pay £8million to land 19-year-old Gent defender Wilfred Ndidi in January (Newcastle Chronicle)