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All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…


Newcastle United have asked to be kept informed of a quartet of Chelsea players who may be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge before the transfer window closes.

Cristiano Ronaldo will be allowed to leave Manchester United this summer by Erik ten Hag, but only if he can find a club to buy him.

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Kaveh Solhekol says Chelsea remain keen on signing Wesley Fofana, although Leicester City’s asking price could still be a stumbling block

Manchester United are eyeing a £50million move for Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro as their deal to sign Adrien Rabiot is on the verge of falling apart.


Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is implementing an American-style contract policy for the club’s under-25 players, locking them into contracts of up to seven years.

Manchester United’s dismal August continued with reports that the club’s pursuit of Adrien Rabiot had collapsed.

Bayern Munich striker Sadio Mane has sent boxes containing chocolates and a photo of himself to Liverpool staff members, following his departure after six successful years at the club.

Ajax striker Antony is ‘no longer an option for Manchester United’ this summer, according to Dutch outlet De Telegraaf.

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The Soccer Special panel suggests Chelsea should consider Cristiano Ronaldo, Wilfried Zaha and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as they try to land a striker before the end of the transfer window.

Todd Boehly has reportedly begged Callum Hudson-Odoi not to force a permanent exit from Chelsea.

Manchester United have identified Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro as a potential alternative to Frenkie de Jong, according to Marca.


Anthony Gordon wants to leave Everton and join Chelsea, it has emerged.


Crystal Palace are working on a deal to sign Ismaila Sarr from Watford.

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Kaveh Solhekol provides latest on Chelsea’s pursuit of Everton’s Anthony Gordon, while Dele Alli could be leaving Goodison Park

Nottingham Forest, Everton and Fulham are in a three way fight for Neal Maupay.

Crystal Palace and Bournemouth are interested in signing Antoine Semenyo from Bristol City.

The abandoned World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina will not be replayed.

Watford are in talks with Southampton over the transfer of centre-back Jack Stephens.


Mike Dean will not be in charge of VAR for the next round of Premier League fixtures, following the controversial events of Chelsea’s draw with Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend.

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The Transfer Show’s Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol sum up the latest transfer news from the 20 Premier League clubs

Manchester United have reportedly withdrawn their offer for Frenkie de Jong, with the club turning to other targets.


Manchester United are at war over what to do with Cristiano Ronaldo.

N’Golo Kante faces a month out after the Chelsea midfielder suffered a hamstring injury in an inspirational display against Tottenham.

Chelsea are set to break the record for the biggest spend in a single transfer window this summer.

Manchester United are ready to send an SOS to Anthony Martial – with the striker expected to be fit to face Liverpool.

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Football pundit Julien Laurens believes Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot would be an improvement on what Manchester United currently have

Norwich will not allow children under the age of two in the Carrow Road pits this season amid safety fears.

Manchester United are ready to launch an official offer for Chelsea midfielder Hakim Ziyech, according to reports.


Celtic are on the verge of a £3m bonus after Manchester United entered the hunt for former Hoops star Moussa Dembele.


A group of 35 former amateur rugby union players are due to take legal action against sports authorities next month, claiming they suffer from brain damage and early dementia.


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