Paper Talk: £35m Zaha to replace Sanchez at Arsenal; Mitrovic wants Newcastle exit

Date published: Sunday 12th November 2017 11:39

Arsenal are lining up a Premier League attacker to replace the outgoing Alexis Sanchez, while a Newcastle star wants a move to China, according to Sunday’s newspapers.


Arsenal are reportedly lining up a £35million bid for Wilfried Zaha to replace Alexis Sanchez at the Emirates.

The Eagles are determined to keep the 25-year-old at Selhurst Park as they battle against potential relegation but are aware on interest in their prized asset.

The Ivory Coast winger returned from injury to score Palace’s winner against Chelsea and grabbed a last-gasp equaliser in the recent 2-2 draw with West Ham.

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Tottenham have been the main contenders to land Zaha over the course of the last 18 months but the report in the Sun on Sunday now claims that it is their north London rivals who want the former Manchester United star to replace the outgoing Alexis Sanchez.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is said to be a big fan of Zaha’s attacking style and hopes to beat other suitors to his signature, although at this stage it is not clear if Zaha would arrive in January or the summer given the uncertainty over when Sanchez will quit The Emirates.


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Newcastle forward Aleksander Mitrovic is keen on making a lucrative move to play in China (Sun on Sunday)

Steven Davis says he and some of his Northern Ireland players are in the last chance saloon when it comes to qualifying for a World Cup (Sunday Express)

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Chelsea are facing a fight to hang onto Eden Hazard after Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane made the Belgium playmaker his number one summer target (Sunday Express)

Gareth Southgate has suggested that Chelsea’s first-team players have attempted to halt Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s progress (Sunday Mirror)

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David Moyes will offer his former Everton charge Kevin Mirallas a New Year lifeline at West Ham (Sunday Mirror)

Real Madrid have placed a £85m asking price on Gareth Bale as the Spanish giants prepare to cash in on their injury-prone star (Sunday Mirror)

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David Unsworth and Joe Royle are facing the axe if Sam Allardyce takes control at Everton (Sunday Mirror)

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Joe Hart will start in goal for England against Brazil on Tuesday (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus claims he is still not sure of earning a place in Brazil’s World Cup squad (Sun on Sunday)

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