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Transfer rumors and football rumors: Ilkay Gundogan, Jurrien Timber, Richarlison

17 May 2022 | 08:19


07:19 · TUE May 17, 2022

Read the latest football gossip and transfer rumors from local newspapers with Sporting Life’s Paper Talk.


DAILY LETTER

  • Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is set to leave the club this summer.
  • Arsenal lover William Saliba admits he ‘doesn’t know’ whether he will play at the Emirates next season.
  • Sol Campbell has emerged as a leading candidate to succeed Mark Warburton’ as the next QPR manager.
  • West Ham want to reward Jarrod Bowen with a new contract, which will likely see the England international double his salary.
  • Crystal Palace are planning to stay at a secret location outside Merseyside ahead of Thursday’s clash with Everton to avoid being woken up in the middle of the night by fireworks.

SUN

  • Harry Kane has revealed his future as he revealed he is looking forward to working with Antonio Conte next season.
  • Jurrien Timber will follow Erik ten Hag to Manchester United when the Ajax star refuses to move to Bayern Munich.
  • Newcastle are said to be increasing their interest in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
  • Giorgio Chiellini was given a standing ovation by Juventus fans as he bid farewell to the club emotionally.
  • Benoit Badiashile says he has had ‘contact’ with Premier League clubs amid speculation about a move in the summer.
  • The pandemic and rising cost of living have forced 2,600 grassroots clubs to close in the past 12 months, a report shows.
  • Lionel Messi could be on his way back to Barcelona after his father Jorge made a huge hint about his future.

MIRROR EVERYDAY

  • According to reports in Brazil, Richarlison will leave Everton at the end of this season, as the Toffees battle against a slump.
  • Robert Lewandowski was determined to move to Barcelona despite interest from Chelsea.
  • Sheffield United footballer Sander Berge has £100,000 worth of jewelry stolen – just a day before scoring in the Championship play-off semi-final.
  • Arsenal have received a big transfer boost as Borussia Dortmund star Manuel Akanji will leave Signal Iduna Park this summer.

DAILY STAR

  • Manchester United are said to be showing ‘serious interest’ in Darwin Nunez with a ‘certain expectation’ that he will move on this summer.

JOURNAL

  • Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic has expressed his desire to receive a contract offer from a Premier League club as his current contract at the San Siro is about to expire. The Croatian spent seven years at Inter.
  • Gareth Bale could return to the Premier League permanently this summer after his agent confirmed he will leave Real Madrid on a free transfer when his contract expires next month. Tottenham and Manchester United are in a state of alarm.
  • Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could indirectly benefit the club’s Premier League rivals Chelsea and Liverpool, by joining Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer in the summer. this.
  • Manchester United are said to want Erik ten Hag to make decisions on the likes of Marcus Rashford, Eric Bailly and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

DAILY CELEBRATION

  • Jack Nicklaus revealed he turned down two offers in excess of $100 million to be the face of the Saudi rebel tour.
  • The ATP has risked angering some of the world’s top men’s tennis players by ignoring calls for ranking points to be stripped from events hosted by the LTA this summer.

THE ATHLETIC

  • Kylian Mbappe has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid before a possible free transfer. However, the contract has not yet been signed.

FEMALE TIME

  • Brentford leads the race to sign Aaron Hickey for around £13m.
  • Erik ten Hag has said he wants Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Manchester United next season.
  • Rassie Erasmus will be banned from operating as a water carrier under new World Rugby rules designed to prevent a number of incidents that have had consequences for the British & Irish Lions series.
  • Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australian women’s team, is the surprise choice to lead England’s limited men’s teams – and his appointment could be confirmed as soon as Wednesday.

SCOTTISH SUN

  • Gordon Strachan’s son, Gavin, was the favorite for the Dundee job as the Celtic coach led the race for the Dens Park hot seat.

DAILY RECORDS

  • Hibs hero Darren McGregor is ready to call the time of his career early to prolong his stint with the boyhood club.