Paper Talk: Italians eye fresh Memphis move; Bakayoko ‘news’

Date published: Saturday 1st October 2016 10:17

Memphis Depay: Wants more chances at United

Memphis Depay: Wants more chances at United

AC Milan are back on the hunt for Man Utd misfit Memphis Depay, while some old Tiemoue Bakayoko ‘news’ has made today’s tabloids.

MILAN PONDER MEMPHIS MOVE

AC Milan want to end Memphis Depay’s Manchester United nightmare, according to a report in Italy.

Tuttomercato claim the 22-year Dutch winger has been made available by Jose Mourinho if they receive the right offer for the out-of-favour player.

Memphis has struggled to recapture his Eredivisie form since moving to Old Trafford for £28.9million last summer. Memphis scored 28 goals and contributed eights assists in 40 games in his final season with PSV and the Holland international was tipped for big things in England.

Mephis though has struggled to adjust to life in England and was reportedly reprimanded by former United boss Louis van Gaal over his attitude and this season he has found himself on the perimeter of Jose Mourinho’s plans.

Serie A heavyweights AC Milan were linked with a summer move for the player and now they are reportedly considering a January move for Depay.

 

UNITED BAKAYOKO ‘NEWS’ RESURFACES

Tiemoue Bakayoko

Manchester United are one of a quartet of Premier League teams chasing Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, says the Daily Mirror via Calciomeracto.

But don’t get too excited United fans. This ‘news’ looks very similar to a Daily Star article, dated August 23. In fact the quotes are identical.

“Juventus saw him play three times this summer,” his agent Michel Boli told Get French Football.

“There’s also interest from Manchester United, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City.

“Leicester City contacted us very recently. Tiemoue’s priority is to stay at Monaco.”

It looks as though Mr Boli is already warming up for the January window or the Daily Mirror have boobed…

 

AND THE REST

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola would consider extending his stay beyond his three-year contract if the club is successful. (Daily Mirror)

Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan claims the terms of his contract keep changing and he is no nearer to taking the job on a permanent basis. (Guardian)

Chelsea’s Serbia defender Branislav Ivanovic, 32, could leave Stamford Bridge as manager Antonio Conte tries to tighten up the team’s defence. (Daily Mail)

West Brom manager Tony Pulis says the club want to offer striker Saido Berahino, 23, a long-term deal to end uncertainty over his future. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea midfielder Oscar, 25, could leave the club in January, with AC Milan interested in signing the Brazil international. (TalkSPORT)

Manchester United wanted Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to replace Sir Alex Ferguson. (Star)

Slaven Bilic admits Dimitri Payet is unhappy at West Ham – just like everybody else. (Star)

Santi Cazorla has confirmed he is yet to receive a new contract offer from Arsenal. (Sun)

Ezequiel Garay reveals he snubbed a move to Chelsea in order to join Spanish club Valencia. (Sun)

Crystal Palace’s France striker Loic Remy, 29, could return to the side in December, according to manager Alan Pardew.(Evening Standard)

Arsenal are interested in signing Ivory Coast and Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie, 19.(Goal)

Ukrainian agent Vadim Shablii attended Manchester United’s match against Zorya on Thursday prompting rumours that his top client – Dynamo Kiev’s 26-year-old winger Andriy Yarmolenko – could be about to move to Old Trafford. (Sun)

Major League Soccer chief Don Barber says Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, 32, would be welcome in America. (Eurosport )

Burnley defender Michael Keane, 23, is not for sale, says manager Sean Dyche, despite interest from Chelsea. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has met Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins and could replace Francesco Guidolin as manager at the Liberty Stadium next week. (Sun)

Red Devils midfielder Juan Mata, 28, has said he has a strong relationship with boss Jose Mourinho and describes rumours to the contrary as “lies”. (Daily Telegraph)

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