Manchester United are ready to offer a defensive star a new double-your-money deal, while Tottenham have dropped a hint over Christian Eriksen’s future, according to Thursday’s papers.
LINDELOF SET FOR BUMPER NEW DEAL
Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer Victor Lindelof a £46.8m contract, following Barcelona’s summer interest in the defender.
The Sweden international impressed last season, having initially struggled to make his mark following his arrival in 2017.
And Lindelof is set to be rewarded with a double-your-money contract worth a staggering £46.8million after summer interest from the Catalan giants.
The centre-back’s current contract has two years left to run, with the 25-year-old currently earning £75,000-a-week and Manchester United, while United can also extend that deal for a further year.
Lindelof is set to be offered a contract worth £150,000-a-week that would keep him at Old Trafford until 2025, that would mean he would earn an incredible £46.8m over the duration of the deal – as reported in the Daily Express.
The Swedish star impressed alongside new United recruit Harry Maguire last weekend in their Premier League opener against Chelsea, forming what already looks to be a formidable partnership.
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AND THE REST
Barcelona have asked Neymar to prove his commitment to a potential transfer, and want the Brazilian to show it with a public gesture (Daily Express)
Marco Silva says some of the transfer fees Premier League clubs were asking for made it difficult for Everton to get all of their targets this summer (Daily Express)
Dejan Lovren’s potential move from Liverpool to Roma could fall apart, with the Italian side only after a loan move for the defender (Daily Express)
Liverpool have been told they should let Ryan Kent leave the club for Rangers even if it is as part of a loan deal once again (Daily Express)
Marcos Rojo could be set to leave Manchester United for Turkish side Fenerbahce after his Everton transfer fell through (Daily Mirror)
Daniel Sturridge is in talks to replace Wayne Rooney at DC United (Daily Mirror)
Ex-Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony is targeting a return to European football after recently training with League Two side Newport County (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have accepted they will have to fund part of Alexis Sanchez’s £500k-a-week wages, or pay him off if he moves away on loan (Daily Mail)
Luka Jovic could leave on loan after falling out of favour with Zinedine Zidane, just two months after Real Madrid spent £62m on him (Daily Mail)
Sergio Aguero and David Silva have been given permission to play in Vincent Kompany’s testimonial, three days before City’s game against Norwich in September (The Sun)
Donny van de Beek expects to stay at Ajax, despite being linked with a move to Real Madrid (Daily Mail)
Arsenal will receive an unlikely £2.3m when their former midfielder Jeff Reine-Adelaide seals a £23m switch to Lyon (The Sun)
Mario Balotelli is on the brink of joining Serie A side Brescia on a three-year deal after turning down an offer from Brazilian team Flamengo (The Guardian)
Tottenham have dropped a huge hint Christian Eriksen will not be sold this summer by using him in a new kit advert (The Sun)
England left-back Danny Rose, 29, is unlikely to leave Tottenham until at least January, with the defender still part of manager Mauricio Pochettino’s plans (Football.London)
Alexis Sanchez is looking to leave Manchester United before the European transfer window shuts on September 2 (The Times)
Leicester midfielder Andy King is set for a season-long loan move to Rangers (The Times)
Gordon Strachan has backed Neil Lennon to haul Celtic out of their Champions League nightmare as he has a “way of walking through chaos” (Daily Record)
ilmarnock prospect Liam Smith is set for talks at Manchester City next week (Scottish Sun)