Here are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers… Reports are varied over how much Jose Mourinho will be paid in his deal to become Manchester United, with the Daily Express quoting £10million-a-year, while the Daily Mail claim he will earn £15m-a-year in the Old Trafford hotseat. It is also reported the Portuguese coach will get
‘Jamie Vardy’s having a party’ has been one of the most-sung crowd chants of the season. But on Monday night the England striker actually DID, as Leicester celebrated their remarkable Premier League title win. The Foxes star, who has spearheaded the club’s unreal rise from great escape artists to unthinkable champions this season, invited team-mate to
Iceland international Johann Berg Gudmundsson has scored six goals in all competitions for Charlton this season. Johann Berg Gudmundsson scored for the second successive game as already-relegated Charlton overcame Leeds. Gudmundsson struck the post from 25 yards before latching onto Morgan Fox’s cross to put his side ahead. Ademola Lookman fired past Marco Silvestri to
CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE CHARLIE NICHOLAS’ MANCHESTER UNITED V LEICESTER COMBINED XI The Foxes will win the Premier League if they overcome the Red Devils at Old Trafford. But which of Claudio Ranieri’s star men got the nod in Nicholas’ combined XI?
Hugo Lloris has revealed he considered leaving Tottenham before the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino. Lloris has been one of the Spurs’ star performers this season, but his future was uncertain when Andre Villas-Boas, who signed him from Lyon in 2012, and then Tim Sherwood were sacked. Off the pitch, Tottenham were in turmoil, and on
Louis van Gaal hailed Manchester United’s “unbelievable” spirit after they beat Everton 2-1 to reach the FA Cup final – before admitting his continued uncertainty about his chances of still being with the club next season. Anthony Martial struck a dramatic stoppage-time winner at Wembley after Marouane Fellaini’s 34th-minute opener was cancelled out by a
Leeds United are 11th in the Championship table after 43 games The son of Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has been suspended from all football-related activities for three matches and fined by the Football Association for comments he made on social media. Edoardo Cellino, a club director, was fined £5,000 for using abusive and/or insulting and/or
Keeper Elliot was injured early on and replaced in the 16th minute Newcastle keeper Rob Elliot could miss Euro 2016 and his club’s battle to stay in the Premier League after sustaining a knee injury in the Republic of Ireland’s draw against Slovakia. Republic boss Martin O’Neill described Elliot’s injury as “serious”. “It’s a real