Date published: Friday 7th December 2018 9:02
Manchester United are ready to part with £ 40million to land Jose Mourinho's successor, while Liverpool has no plans to recall in-form loan star, all in Friday's Paper Talk.
MAN UTD PREPARED TO BREAK THE BANK TO LAND NEXT BOSS
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino's next boss is Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho next summer, according to. The Old Trafford hierarchy have decided the Tottenham boss is the only contender to replace The Sun,
And a clause in Mourinho's contract means it will cost United less if they do not qualify for the Champions League.
United, however, face a battle with Real Madrid over Pochettino but believe they can sell a move to the 46-year-old.
For his part, Pochettino spurs into their new year and signed a five-year, £ 8m-a-season deal only last summer.
Hey so turned down United in 2016 when they fired Louis van Gaal.
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Huddersfield's Alex Pritchard is a £ 15m target for Wolves in the January transfer window (The Sun)
West Ham are lining up for Manchester United right back Antonio Valencia (The Sun)
Newcastle fans postponed a protest planned for Sunday's game against Wolves so they do not jeopardize a potential sale of the club (The Sun)
Steve Bruce is at the end of a post-exam reading Paul Clement was sacked (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have been released Alex Sandro is close to agreeing with Juventus (Daily Mirror)
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Wolves are preparing to offer £ 17m for 24-year-old Japan winger Shoya Nakajima from Portuguese side Portimonense (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle may sign Atlanta United forward Miguel Almiron on loan for £ 15m for a permanent deal in the summer (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool are not planning to recall Harry Wilson from his loan spell at Derby County (Daily Star)
Arsenal fear defender Rob United suffered a season-ending cruciate ligament injury against Manchester United on Wednesday (Daily Mail)
Jean-Michael Seri's move to England is under scrutiny after Fulham was accused of breaching FA agent rules (Daily Mail)
Sergio Aguero is fit enough to play Chelsea this weekend (Daily Mail)
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock watched Nantes striker Emiliano Sala on Wednesday ahead of a potential January bid (Daily Mail)
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has admitted his efforts at the World Cup (Daily Telegraph)
A member of West Ham's newly-formed official supporters' board marched with the Democratic Football Lads Alliance, a group condemned by anti-racism campaigners (The Guardian)
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is at Stamford Bridge (The Guardian)
Manchester United are confident Ander Herrera wants sign a new contract extension in the coming weeks (The Times)
Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira has urged young English players to make more living opportunities (The Times)
Rangers have been boosted in their hopes of keeping on loan defender Joe Worrall until the end of the season after Nottingham Forest said they will not recall him early (Daily Record)
Michael Gardyne is set to boost Ross County to return to a couple of weeks after suffering a broken foot (Daily Record)