March 15, 2024

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Arsenal Captain Martin Odegaard a Summer Target for PSG and Bayern Munich Prepared to Pay £95m for Declan Rice – Paper Talk

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Arsenal Captain Martin Odegaard a Summer Target for PSG and Bayern Munich Prepared to Pay £95m for Declan Rice - Paper Talk

Additionally, James Ward-Prowse of Southampton, who is valued at £40 million, is being chased by West Ham, Roberto Firmino is waiting to see what his future holds at Real Madrid before making a decision, and Mauricio Pochettino wants to speak with Romelu Lukaku about keeping the striker at Chelsea.

Martin Odegaard, the captain of Arsenal, is attracting interest from Paris Saint-Germain, but the Gunners are reluctant to let their star player leave after a stellar campaign in which he was instrumental in their title-winning campaign.

Due to growing concerns that the Borussia Dortmund star needs knee surgery, Jude Bellingham is expected to miss England’s upcoming Euro 2024 qualifying matches.

Everton are stepping up their interest in striker El Bilal Toure following his return to Almeria’s line-up on Sunday.

Before deciding whether to move to Spain, Roberto Firmino is awaiting to see how his talents would fit into Real Madrid’s plans.

Romelu Lukaku is eager to discuss staying at Chelsea for the upcoming season with Mauricio Pochettino.

Crystal Palace is keeping an eye on Chelsea prospect Lewis Hall.

Fulham is showing an interest in Manchester United midfielder Fred.

Newcastle has been keeping an eye on wide players recently, most recently Barcelona’s Ferran Torres. Newcastle has also discussed Torino center-back Perr Schuurs.

After training with them last week, American goalkeeper Brian Schwake of Livingston is in talks to join Brighton.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

After experiencing financial issues this year, the London Irish are expected to receive a suspension from the Rugby Football Union on Wednesday.

In order to complete the manager’s mandated summer roster overhaul, Erik ten Hag is confident he can convince Mason Mount to sign with Manchester United.

THE TIMES

Tyrone Mings, an Aston Villa defender, has acknowledged that he was taken aback by receiving an England call-up for the upcoming month’s matches against North Macedonia and Malta in the European Championship qualifying series.

THE SUN

Despite being relegated, Southampton hopes to secure up to £40 million for captain James Ward-Prowse this summer. West Ham is the front-runner in the race.

Although the two clubs are still negotiating the final price, Jude Bellingham is about to move from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid.

According to reports, Pep Guardiola called Neymar to ask about his plans before the transfer window.

The possibility that Mason Greenwood might decide to remain at Manchester United has received its strongest hint yet from Erik ten Hag.

Roy Hodgson’s replacement at Crystal Palace, Graham Potter, is reportedly in negotiations.

Ivan Toney has posted a bullish seven-word message on social media after his betting ban, telling fans he will be “back soon” following the start of his eight-month suspension.

DAILY MIRROR

Declan Rice will be acquired from West Ham by Bayern Munich for a staggering package worth £95 million.

This summer, James Maddison will captain a 10-player exodus from Leicester as Premier League clubs like Newcastle, Tottenham, and Arsenal line up to sign him.

If Alexis Mac Allister shows up at Anfield, Liverpool appears prepared to give him his much-desired No. 10 shirt.

DAILY RECORD

The appointment of Steven Naismith as Hearts’ permanent manager is getting closer.

For Celtic, winning the treble is too important to take Inverness lightly, according to Carl Starfelt.

SCOTTISH SUN

Only 6,000 spectators will be present for Saturday’s Scottish Cup final to support Inverness.

Levi Garcia, a target for Celtic, is not for sale at any price, according to AEK Athens.

According to a report, Celtic are showing interest in the 20-goal Zan Vipotnik of Slovenia.

Reference: www.skysports.com

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