Manchester United have been offered the chance to snatch a top Tottenham target, while West Ham are ready to make a last-ditch bid for a Hull attacker, according to Friday’s Paper Talk.
MAN UTD OFFERED WILLIAN JOSE DEAL
Manchester United have reportedly been offered striker Willian Jose on loan by Real Sociedad, but talks over a move to Tottenham are still ongoing.
Spurs’ move for Willian Jose had stalled because Real Sociedad were asking for around £25m for the attacker.
But while discussions with Spurs are continuing over a possible loan deal, United have also been offered the opportunity to sign the 28-year-old on a temporary deal, according to Sky Sports.
United, along with Tottenham, are desperate to sign a striker before Friday’s 11pm transfer deadline and are seeking a short-term option after Marcus Rashford was injured.
The Red Devils are also believed to have had a bid for their former frontman Josh King turned down by Bournemouth.
Brazilian forward Jose has missed Sociedad’s last three matches after asking to be left out of the squad until his future was decided.
He has scored 46 goals in 113 league appearances for the Spanish club.
AND THE REST
Nemanja Matic has rejected offers to leave Manchester United and is willing to extend his contract at Old Trafford should the club decide to open talks (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United have failed in a late attempt to sign Bournemouth forward Josh King (Daily Telegraph)
Bruno Fernandes’ move from Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United could pave the way for Paul Pogba’s exit from Old Trafford in the summer (The Sun)
West Ham will make a late move to sign Hull City’s English winger Jarrod Bowen, with Crystal Palace also keen on the 23-year-old (The Sun)
Brighton have agreed an undisclosed fee with Chelsea to sign England Under-20 defender Tariq Lamptey (The Sun)
Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate is ready to give Sheffield United’s Ravel Morrison a chance to kick start his career, with the club ready to offer the former Manchester United youngster a short-term loan (The Sun)
Spain midfielder Dani Ceballos has decided to continue his loan spell at Arsenal rather than go back to parent club Real Madrid (Daily Mirror)
West Ham want a striker, a right-back and a midfielder on what is set to be a busy Deadline Day at the London Stadium (Daily Mirror)
Former Watford striker Odion Ighalo is being offered to Manchester United for a last-minute loan move (Daily Mirror)
Nottingham Forest will make a loan offer for Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle, 29, with an obligation to buy the Englishman for £15m if they win promotion from the Championship (Daily Mail)
West Brom will this week urge FIFA to act against Barcelona as the Championship club have still not received compensation for youngster Louie Barry (Daily Mail)
Tottenham are ready to spark a scramble for Victor Wanyama as they look to let him go before Friday’s deadline (Daily Mail)
Arsenal and Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wants to leave the Gunners to join Barcelona (Daily Star)
Brentford are ready to turn their attention back to Charlton’s Lyle Taylor before the transfer window closes on Friday (Daily Mail)
Manchester United are working to try and sign Leicester’s on-loan forward Islam Slimani before the transfer deadline (Daily Star)
Southampton are not willing to allow Denmark midfielder and club captain Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg to leave amid interest from Tottenham (Daily Star)
Chelsea are preparing for defeat in their pursuit of a new striker this transfer window after blocking Olivier Giroud’s departure (Daily Star)
Sporting Lisbon could earn the first instalment of the add-ons from the Bruno Fernandes deal before the end of next month (The Times)
Rangers have made an approach for Hibernian striker Florian Kamberi, as they look for cover for the injured Jermain Defoe (Daily Record)
Hearts are working on a double deal to sign Barnsley’s Mamadou Thiam and Schalke’s Marcel Langer (Daily Record)
Ex-Manchester United striker James Wilson will quit Aberdeen on Friday to sign for Salford City (Daily Record)