Paper Talk - 04 May 2015

David de Gea: Set to sign new deal

Paper Talk: De Gea to snub Real - for now

David de Gea is set to snub Real Madrid to sign a new deal at Man United, Liverpool remain keen on Petr Cech, while West Brom want Benik Afobe.

Daily Mirror
  • Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal's superb 2015 form has made him rethink his summer transfer plans.
  • Arsene Wenger will hold talks with midfield veterans Tomas Rosicky and Mathieu Flamini over their Arsenal futures.
  • Aston Villa have joined the string of clubs eyeing Hull's Scotland international full-back Andrew Robertson.
  • It will be hard for Aston Villa to keep Christian Benteke this summer admits team-mate, neighbour and close pal Leandro Bacuna.
  • QPR caretaker boss Chris Ramsey is set to be handed the job on a more permanent basis even if - as expected - they get relegated from the Premier League.
  • Robin van Persie has been struck off penalty-taking duties for Manchester United following his spot-kick miss against West Brom.
  • Swansea's Jonjo Shelvey merits an England recall, according to Swans boss Garry Monk.
  • Wolves' £2m-rated striker Benik Afobe could be snapped up by West Brom.
The Sun
  • David de Gea is ready to hand Manchester United a massive boost by signing a new two-year deal worth around £20m.
  • Steve McClaren is reluctant to answer Newcastle's SOS and save the crisis-hit club.
  • Jay Rodriguez will be offered a new deal at Southampton despite not playing for a year.
Daily Star
  • Liverpool are weighing up move for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.
  • John Carver will not walk out on crisis club Newcastle despite slamming his players in public.
  • Steve Bruce has told his Hull players not to take their top-flight status for granted.
Daily Telegraph
  • Fabricio Coloccini could be stripped of the Newcastle captaincy for the final three games of the season after being involved in a bust-up with goalkeeper Tim Krul following Saturday's defeat at Leicester.
Daily Record
  • Kris Commons reckons Ronny Deila has Celtic on course for the Champions League with a better squad than Neil Lennon's last-16 heroes.
  • Stuart McCall has blasted out a defiant message that Rangers can come through three play-off ties to emerge as a Premiership outfit.

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