West Ham are ready to slap a £100m price tag on a major Man Utd target, while Tottenham have lined up Mauricio Pochettino’s replacement – all in Sunday’s papers.
WEST HAM SLAP £100M PRICE TAG ON MAN UTD TARGET
West Ham are set to slap a British record £100million price tag on the head of Declan Rice in a bid to price him out of a move to Manchester United, according to reports.
United have being showing a significant interest in the England international, who still has four years to run on his Hammers contract, but failed to tempt the London club into selling last summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been tipped to revive his interest in Rice in the new year, especially with Paul Pogba expected to make another bid to leave Old Trafford – despite talk of the Frenchman penning a new Red Devils deal.
But the Hammers don’t want to sell Rice, who they see as their most prized asset, and are ready to try and price him out of any potential move by placing a £100m price tag on his head, according to a report in the Sunday Express.
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AND THE REST
Tottenham have made Gareth Southgate their top target to succeed Mauricio Pochettino, with chairman Daniel Levy ready to make a move for the England boss if the Argentine leaves at the end of the season (Daily Star on Sunday)
Manchester United have opted against appointing a technical director in the near future – thanks to the success of their summer transfer business (Daily Star on Sunday)
Manchester United’s midseason transfer business depends largely on how Mason Greenwood performs as a first-team player (Daily Star on Sunday)
David de Gea’s coach Emilio Alvarez has left Manchester United (Mail on Sunday)
Paul Pogba has reportedly demanded £30m-a-year in wages from Manchester United, double what he is currently earning (Mail on Sunday)
Barcelona are set to renew their attempts to sign Willian on a free transfer, with his Chelsea contract due to expire in 2020 (Mail on Sunday)
Victor Lindelof’s agent has revealed that Barcelona made a number of offers to secure the services of the Sweden international in this summer’s transfer window (Mail on Sunday)
Derby County have no immediate plans to sack Mason Bennett and Tom Lawrence – despite their drink-drive shame (Sun on Sunday)
Kieran Tierney is in line to feature against Manchester United – but Arsenal look set to be without Hector Bellerin (Sun on Sunday)
Jose Mourinho is reportedly keen on a return to Real Madrid (Sun on Sunday)
Sunderland’s takeover by an American investment firm is on the brink of collapse as owner Stewart Donald is haggling over the price of the club (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City staff ‘wanted’ a transfer ban to force Pep Guardiola to play the kids, according to reports (Sun on Sunday)
Pep Guardiola has the backing of his Manchester City players after ignoring club bosses to launch a staunch defence of Bernardo Silva over allegations of racism (Sunday Mirror)
Liverpool owners are increasingly fearful that Jurgen Klopp could be vulnerable to an approach from Germany (Sunday Mirror)
Bruno Fernandes is at the centre of a fresh storm engulfing Sporting Lisbon, after audio recordings of him blasting team-mates was leaked (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester City are preparing for life after Pep Guardiola after giving Dutch coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst an access-all-areas role at the club (Sunday Mirror)
Wolves are tracking Real Madrid playmaker Martin Odegaard, this season on loan at Real Sociedad (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester City want to sign Leicester City’s Turkey 23-year-old centre-back Caglar Soyuncu (Metro)
Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham is a transfer target for MLS side D.C. United, according to reports (Scottish Sun)