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One of Manchester United’s main midfield targets is interested in moving to Old Trafford next summer, while the reasons for Newcastle’s failed move to Hamza Choudhury have been revealed, all in Thursday’s Paper Talk.
MAIN GOAL WANTS MOVEMENT OF MAN UTD 2022
United manchester He could reportedly get lucky next summer, with Declan Rice It is expected to seal a transfer out of West Ham.
According to the Manchester evening newsUnited are expected to intensify their search for a defensive midfielder, and Rice sees himself as a realistic option.
the BUT He previously claimed that while Rice was interested in moving to Old Trafford this summer, the Red Devils were really good at making a deal.
Rice is being lined up as a replacement for Nemanja Matic at United, while also being considered an upgrade from Fred and possibly Scott McTominay.
In fact, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was expected to upgrade his engine room this summer. However, the club opted for safe deals for Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
United are expected to push champion Manchester City all the way in the title race this season. But despite that, it seems they already have an eye on their transfer business for next summer.
Solskjaer’s men will face Newcastle at Old Trafford in their next Premier League outings on September 11.
NEWCASTLE IN MIDFIELD MOTION FAILED
Newcastle United’s attempt to sign Leicester City midfielder Hamza Choudhury failed because the club did not match the player’s loan rate and salary. (The times)
Manchester rivals United and City will meet again next summer, over Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland. (Sun)
Manchester United will reportedly receive just £ 5 from each of Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt sales after his return to the club. (Sun)
Chelsea made around £ 38 million in profit this summer despite spending a record £ 97.5 million on Romelu Lukaku. (Sun)
Martin Odegaard is not a fan of the Arsenal documentary All or Nothing, as he admits that he cannot be himself in front of the cameras. (Sun)
Massimiliano Allegri has been enraged at Juventus’ below-average transfer window that saw Cristiano Ronaldo leave for Manchester United. (Daily mirror)
EVERTON CAME IN FROM STREAM SWOOP
Everton were thwarted in a late attempt to sign Donny van de Beek on loan from Manchester United after being told that the Dutch international is still part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans. (Daily mail)
Chelsea defender Malang Sarr has been left in transfer limbo after seeing his deadline for Greuther Furth collapse in recent hours. (Daily mail)
Eden Hazard has criticized claims that he “is always injured” as he says he is determined to prove himself to Real Madrid this season. (Daily mail)
Saúl Niguez has opened up about how Diego Simeone’s refusal to put him in his correct position at Atlético de Madrid led him to sign for Chelsea on loan. (Daily mail)
Virgil van Dijk had a dislocated finger in place during the Netherlands’ qualifying game against Norway on Wednesday night. (Daily mail)
MORE TRANSFER OF Gossip
Yves Bissouma continues to attract long-term interest from three of the Premier League’s greats, despite staying with Brighton this summer. (Daily Express)
Barcelona have refused to give up their search for RB Leipzig’s Dani Olmo despite seeing a £ 50 million offer for the midfielder rejected on the day of the transfer deadline. (Daily mail)
Brazil superstar Willian sealed an emotional homecoming at his childhood club Corinthians and marked the occasion with a tearful moment with his father. (Daily mail)
Leigh Griffiths has accused Neil Lennon of criticizing him because he wants to make himself relevant. (Daily log)
Nikica Jelavic hopes to see compatriot Niko Katic back at Ibrox next season. (Daily log)
Hearts is eager to bring former Scottish ranger and winger Barrie McKay back to Scotland. (Scottish sun)