Paper Talk: Man Utd star’s rapid exit; Spurs told new Grealish price

Date published: Saturday 11th August 2018 9:38

Aston Villa could still lose Jack Grealish in January after inserting a moderate exit clause in his new deal, while Man Utd are preparing to lose a defender to a European side, according to Saturday’s newspapers.

 

TOTTENHAM PONDER JANUARY MOVE FOR GREALISH

Aston Villa star Jack Grealish is on the brink of signing a new contract to keep him at the club, according to reports.

The 22-year-old saw a summer move to Tottenham collapse after the two clubs failed to agree a deal and the homegrown star is now set to sign a new-and-improved deal, reports The Sun. Tellingly, that new deal will contain a £30m buyout clause, meaning a move to north London could yet materialise in January.

It’s thought Grealish has asked for the clause in his new deal to not be set too high in order to tempt a Premier League club to consider a move in January.

And it’s reported Spurs will continue to monitor the young midfielder’s progress and could yet meet his buy-out clause when the transfer window re-opens.

Mauricio Pochettino didn’t appear too concerned about his lack of signings when questioned on Thursday, but may look to readdress the situation in January.

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AND THE REST

Marcos Rojo has relinquished his No 5 shirt at Manchester United, suggesting at a move away from the club will happen before the European transfer window shuts at the end of the month (Daily Mail)

Joe Hart says he has been set free by a move from Manchester City to Burnley (Daily Mail)

Fabri is set to win the race to be Fulham’s first-choice goalkeeper after they signed Sergio Rico on Deadline Day (Daily Mail)

Bordeaux, Rennes, St-Etienne and Girona are all interested in signing Manchester City’s 21-year-old English winger Patrick Roberts on loan (The Sun)

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Manchester United have been branded ‘beyond arrogant’ over their failure to pay all workers the ‘real’ living wage (Daily Telegraph)

Marco Silva has told Ademola Lookman he will not be leaving Everton and he should fight for his place (Daily Telegraph)

 

Alisson has vowed to ‘do a Mo Salah’ at Liverpool and justify his huge transfer fee (Daily Mirror)

Tiemoue Bakayoko is disappointed he has been axed from Maurizio Sarri’s plans at Chelsea (Daily Mirror)

Wolves have kept the No 1 shirt vacant as a nod of respect to Carl Ikeme (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa hope to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on loan before the end of August (Daily Mirror)

 

Sevilla have joined the race to sign £10m-rated Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata (Daily Record)

Celtic striker Moussa Dembele could be back in time for the Champions League second-leg clash with AEK Athens on Tuesday (Daily Record)

 

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