Paper Talk: Bundesliga suitor emerges for troubled Liverpool youngster

Date published: Sunday 1st September 2019 9:19

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A Liverpool teenager could make an imminent move to Germany, while Man Utd are in the market for a new keeper amid new fears over David De Gea, according to Sunday’s papers.

 

BOBBY DUNCAN TIPPED FOR GERMANY MOVE

Borussia Dortmund are firmly in the running to sign Bobby Duncan, should Liverpool decide to end his contract with the club.

That’s according to the Sunday Mirror, who claim the troubled youngster – whose agent accused the club of “mentally bullying” this week – could be allowed to move on in the wake of the simmering row.

Liverpool defended themselves against the allegations, while Jurgen Klopp took the unusual action of defending the club’s policies ahead of Saturday’s match against Burnley at Turf Moor.

However, the Mirror reckons Dortmund are in prime position to take advantage if Liverpool allow the teenager to move on, with Danish side FC Nordsjaelland and, most recently, Serie A club Fiorentina also linked with a move.

They suggest the Bundesliga side, who have made a play for a number of English youngsters recently, with Jadon Sancho the obvious example – want to take Duncan to the Westfalenstadion and also claim BVB are also in the running to land Birmingham’s Jude Bellingham, who became the club’s youngest-ever player when he made his debut at Swansea City last week.

Liverpool had wanted to retain Duncan but the report indicates they may decide it’s best for all parties if the player is allowed to move on.

 

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Manchester United spies are scouring Europe for goalkeepers – fuelling fears they may sell David De Gea in January (The Sun on Sunday)

England manager Gareth Southgate fears more clubs will suffer the same fate as axed Bury (The Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City are looking for new tenants to take over their old training ground with Salford leading a bidding war (The Sun on Sunday)

Sheffield Wednesday look set to make a second bid to lure Tony Pulis as boss if Lee Bullen slips up (The Sun on Sunday)

Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make a sensational return to European football (The Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham may lose Jan Vertonghen to Bayer Leverkusen before the European transfer deadline on Monday after the centre-back fell out with manager Mauricio Pochettino (Sunday Express)

Mauricio Pochettino has insisted that if Christian Eriksen does not complete a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona by Sunday then he will remain at Tottenham until January (Mail on Sunday)

Javier Hernandez has handed in a transfer request at West Ham as he closes in a move to Sevilla (Mail on Sunday)

Paul Pogba will resist Manchester United’s attempts to give him a new deal so he can seal his dream move to Real Madrid (Sunday Mirror)

Rangers and Roma have failed in bids to take Phil Foden on loan from Mancheser City (Sunday Mirror)

Christian Eriksen is ready to run down his contract at Tottenham in order to get a free transfer to Juventus next summer (Sunday Mirror)

Mauricio Pochettino has pledged his long-term future to Tottenham after a clear-the-air dinner date with Daniel Levy (Sunday Mirror)

Wilfried Zaha will discover in the next 36 hours whether or not a dream move to Paris Saint-Germain will materialise (Sunday Mirror)

Aston Villa are desperate to offload goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic after signing Tom Heaton from Burnley this summer (Sunday Mirror)

Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta is in danger of becoming the next big-name casualty of the Frank Lampard revolution as he faces the axe once Reece James returns from his injury (Daily Star Sunday)

Kilmarnock star Greg Taylor is on the verge of sealing a move to Celtic with the two clubs close to agreeing a deal (The Scottish Sun)

Scott Sinclair will be given the green light to leave Celtic after falling out of favour at Parkhead (The Scottish Sun)

Celtic defender Anthony Ralston is a loan target for St Johnstone (The Scottish Sun)

 

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