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All the top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s national newspapers…

THE SUN

Paul Pogba is open to staying at Manchester United – if Ralf Rangnick remains as boss.

Liverpool will send representatives to Argentina this weekend to secure a £50 million move for Porto’s Luis Diaz.

Aston Villa star Matty Cash is in talks with Atletico Madrid over a permanent transfer this summer.

Derby County are going for a fast-track legal decision on the compensation claims of Middlesbrough and Wycombe that threaten their existence.

Jack Wilshere has attracted transfer interest from various Championship clubs as well as teams from abroad after keeping fit with Arsenal.

Jack Wilshere

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle United are closing in on a double signing before the close of the January transfer window with deals for Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah and Brighton defender Dan Burn likely to bring an end to their recruitment this month.

Frank Lampard has been offered the job of the new Everton manager, which should bring to a close the tortuous process to find the successor to Rafael Benitez.

Tottenham Hotspur have hit the panic button ahead of the final three days of the January transfer window after missing out on three of their main targets.

Burnley are in advanced talks to sign Wolfsburg striker Wout Weghorst and Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Mislav Orsic.

THE TIMES

Neither Amanda Staveley nor her firm, PCP Capital Partners, “had the funds necessary” to buy her 10 per cent stake in Newcastle United, according to a lawsuit brought by the club’s former owner, Mike Ashley – in stark contradiction of her insistence that family money and the sale of a hotel was used to buy the shares.

THE GUARDIAN

Brighton are braced for another bid for their central defender Dan Burn from Newcastle before the transfer window’s closure on Monday night.

Brighton and Hove Albion's Dan Burn during the Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London. Picture date: Monday September 27, 2021.

DAILY MAIL

Newcastle United’s trip to Saudi Arabia ended on a shameful note when Ciaran Clark was sent off for punching an opponent during a friendly match.

DAILY MIRROR

Brentford are investigating after a video of star striker Ivan Toney appearing to say “f*** Brentford” leaked on social media.

West Ham are keen on a shock raid on Leeds for their Brazilian star Raphinha.

Tottenham have targeted Juventus pair Dejan Kulusevski and Alvaro Morata in a desperate bid to salvage their troubled transfer window.

Fulham manager Marco Silva has confirmed Fabio Carvalho will not leave the club in January

DAILY STAR

Donny van de Beek has begged Manchester United to let him leave Old Trafford.

Donny van der Beek celebrates after scoring for Man Utd (AP)

Former Newcastle star Geremi has revealed that players heading to Newcastle all have ‘different ambitions’, and it isn’t ‘strange’.

DAILY RECORD

IFK Goteborg are poised to end Celtic keeper Vasilis Barkas ‘ horror spell in Scottish football.

Shaun Maloney is planning on Scott Allan being a Hibs player beyond Monday’s transfer deadline.

Dundee have agreed a pre-contract to sign Ricki Lamie from Motherwell and are trying to seal an immediate deal before Monday’s deadline.

Swansea are facing a fight to sign Scott Fraser as Charlton tabled a £400,000 offer to land the Ipswich Town playmaker.

SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has refused to rule out a stunning derby return for Daizen Maeda and Tom Rogic.

Hibs midfielder Scott Allan is in talks with Kilmarnock over a possible move to Rugby Park.





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