Paper Talk: Terry offered job; Liverpool to open CM talks

Date published: Monday 14th March 2016 2:50


John Terry will apparently be offered his first managerial job this summer, while Liverpool are to hold talks over a potential summer signing.


John Terry will be offered the chance to become Brondby manager this summer, according to the Daily Mirror.

The 35-year-old is expected to leave Stamford Bridge when his contract expires at the end of the season, alerting Brondby owner Jan Bech Andersen, who is friends with Terry and has apparently already sounded him out about the possibility of a move to Denmark.

Andersen has the funds to make the move happen, it is said, and hopes to lure Terry by offering him a player/coach role, though the Blues captain is also set to have offers from the Middle East.


Liverpool will hold talks next week over the prospective signing of Udinese midfielder Piotr Zielinski, according to the Daily Mail.

The 21-year-old was first linked with Liverpool in January, and the Reds have continued to monitor his progress on loan at Empoli, watching him in action against Genoa last week.

Now the Premier League club are set to start proceedings to buy a player that can play on the wing or as a central midfielder and is expected to be part of Poland’s Euro 2016 squad having scored three goals in 11 appearances so far.


Arsenal have made a move for Roma starlet Umar Sadiq, according to the player’s agent

Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen is wanted in a £4million deal by Borussia Monchengladbach, where the 19-year-old is currently on loan (Daily Mirror)

Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani hopes more than ever he can leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer (L’Equipe)

Kyle Lafferty is desperate for a move away from Norwich as his hopes of a place in Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad are being harmed by not playing (Daily Mirror)

Brendan Rodgers would be interested in a return to Swansea City for the 2016-17 campaign should the club make contact (South Wales Evening Post)

Nigel Clough and Nigel Pearson are the top contenders to replace sacked Dougie Freedman as Nottingham Forest manager (Daily Star)

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