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Manchester United have made a £36.3m bid for Monaco forward Anthony Martial, 19, who is also on Arsenal’s radar.

(RMC Sport – in French) 

Schalke have denied reports that Arsenal and Manchester United target Julian Draxler, 21, has agreed to join Wolfsburg.

(Daily Star) 

Napoli midfielder Jonathan de Guzman, 27, is set to join Bournemouth on a season-long loan.

(Daily Mail) 

Chelsea winger Victor Moses, 24, will join West Ham on loan before the end of the transfer window.

(Sky Sports) 

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino could be busy in the next couple of days as he lines up another bid for West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 22, and a move for Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama, 24.

(Daily Telegraph) 

Potentially leaving White Hart Lane is forward Erik Lamela, 23, who is set for a switch back to Serie A with former club Roma.

(Gazzetta World) 

The Sun

The back page of Monday’s Sun newspaper is dominated by the two Manchester clubs

West Brom’s purchase of winger Matt Phillips, 24, could be back on as QPR cut their biggest earners.

(Daily Mirror) 

Sunderland midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini, 30, is on the verge of sealing a loan move to Italian side Bologna.

(Sunderland Echo) 

Fulham have rejected a £10m bid from Sheffield Wednesday for striker Ross McCormack, 29.

(Sporting Life, via Press Association) 

Bookmakers have slashed the odds on Manchester United completing a move for Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin, 26.


Chelsea’s players need to “give themselves a slap around the face” after their poor start to the season, says ex-Manchester United defender Gary Neville.

(Sky Sports) 

Manchester City’s new 24-year-old midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has been hailed as a “game-changer” by skipper Vincent Kompany.

(Daily Mirror) 

Meanwhile, De Bruyne spent Saturday evening in Louis van Gaal’s favourite Manchester city centre restaurant.

(Manchester Evening News) 

Everton fans at White Hart Lane provided a show of defiance after Chelsea’s pursuit of John Stones by singing a modified rendition of The Beatles classic ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’, instead singing “Money can’t buy you Stones”.

(Liverpool Echo) 

It has finally been revealed why there was a man in the St James’ Park press box with a video game controller in his hand… he was collecting player data.


Player data

This man’s secret is out…

Best of social media

Ever wondered what former West Ham defender Paul Konchesky does in his spare time? Probably not… but in case you do,

he opens new pie shops in Brentwood. 

Ex-Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand has his

“fingers crossed” 

that his former club can still fight for the league this season.

And finally…

One unfortunate Manchester United fan was spotted wearing a Pedro shirt, just days after the Spaniard completed a move to Chelsea.