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Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning
  • Paris Saint-Germain look set to beat Chelsea in the race for Zenit St Petersburg star Leandro Paredes and will pay £35m for the Argentinian.
  • An attack of bed bugs in the team hotel forced England’s Stuart Broad to move rooms and compound his misery over losing his place in the Test side.
  • There will be no let-up in the ­crackdown by officials on high tackles during the Six Nations, said the tournament’s vice-chairman John Jeffrey.
  • Borussia Dortmund are ready to test Crystal Palace’s resolve to keep Wilfried Zaha with a £44m bid for the winger.
  • Thierry Henry is set to be sacked by Monaco despite being just 15 weeks into a three-year contract.
  • Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is facing a five-match ban after being charged by the Football Association for appearing to make a Nazi salute.
  • Chelsea are keen to sell Michy Batshuayi, who is attracting attention from Everton as well as Italian side Genoa.
  • Manchester United and Atletico Madrid have made contact with Inter Milan over a possible January transfer move for Croatian winger Ivan Perisic.

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  • West Ham have held further talks with Celta Vigo over a proposed deal for forward Maxi Gomez.
  • Huddersfield Town are closing on a £2m deal for Charlton Athletic striker Karlan Grant.
  • Chelsea and Manchester United lead a four-way Premier League chase for Turkish strike prodigy Omer Faruk Beyaz, with Liverpool and Manchester City also interested.
  • Victor Moses is on his way to Fenerbahce as he was spotted on a flight to Turkey on Wednesday evening.
  • Liverpool Montevideo youngster Nicolas Acevedo will have scouts from the Premier League’s top clubs watching him play against Argentina.
  • Callum Hudson-Odoi wants his Bayern Munich move thrashed out early next week after Chelsea confirmed the signing of Gonzalo Higuain.
  • Eddie Hearn claims Dillian Whyte has been offered over £4m to face Anthony Joshua at Wembley on April 13.
  • Arsenal’s interest in Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia could be hijacked by relegation-threatened Fulham, according to reports.
  • Chelsea flop Alvaro Morata will join Atletico Madrid on Thursday on loan for £4.4m with an option to buy for £43.7m.
  • Matthijs de Ligt favours a move to Barcelona now close pal Frenkie De Jong has put pen to paper at the Nou Camp.
  • Sunderland will have to pay £1m to prise Will Grigg away from Wigan Athletic.
  • Juventus are ready to offer goalkeeper Emil Audero to Arsenal in exchange for Aaron Ramsey in a bid to land the Welshman this month.
  • Championship promotion rivals Aston Villa and West Brom are in the hunt to land Tyrone Mings.
  • Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde will not consider selling Philippe Coutinho to Chelsea.
  • Steven Bergwijn is tempted by a move to Old Trafford as Manchester United are eyeing a £25m bid for the PSV Eindhoven ace.
  • Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino held showdown transfer talks with PSG ace Adrien Rabiot on Wednesday night.
  • 16-year-old defender Billy Koumetio has arrived in England to complete a move to Anfield from US Orleans.
  • Arsenal are targeting Juventus star Medhi Benatia to fix their defensive troubles.
  • Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian is in advanced talks to join Juventus on loan until the end of the season, with an option to sign him permanently for £7.1m in the summer.
  • Celtic are on the brink of sealing a £1.75m move for Ukraine international Maryan Shved after his club left him out of their winter training camp to complete the deal.
  • Nice president Jean-Pierre Rivere has criticised club owners for failing to meet the demands for Rangers ace Alfredo Morelos.
  • Celtic are set to miss out on Sunderland starlet Josh Maja as the striker prepares to sign for Bordeaux.

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