Transfer rumours and paper review – Friday, October 14: Tottenham plot January move for Real Madrid star, Man United told to pay £450m for Bale and MORE GOSSIP

Here are the top headlines and transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers…

Gareth Bale will cost Manchester United a staggering £450million if they want to snare him from Real Madrid. (The Sun)

Tottenham are lining up a January move for Real Madrid midfielder Isco, who will reportedly be allowed to leave the club for the right price. (ESPN)

Matteo Darmian could be on his way out of Old Trafford after Inter Milan made a £13.5m bid for the Man United defender. (Eurosport)

New Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has been promised he will be given more money to improve his squad in January. (Daily Telegraph)

Steve Bruce is hoping to make Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone one of his first signings as Aston Villa boss in January. (Daily Mail)

It is claimed Gabriel Agbonlahor, 30, and Micah Richards, 28, could still have a future at the club under the newly appointed boss. (Daily Mirror)

Sir Alex Ferguson was so determined not to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid during his time as Manchester United manager that he tried to arrange the Portuguese star a move to Barcelona instead. (AS)

Here are the latest headlines…​

Chelsea dismiss suggestions Antonio Conte could be on way out of club after bookmakers suspended betting

David Seaman tells talkSPORT: ‘I would be delighted if Arsene Wenger signed another Arsenal contract’

Arsene Wenger says he will NOT choose his successor as Arsenal boss

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal will ‘try to extend’ Hector Bellerin’s contract amid Barcelona transfer speculation

‘John Terry’s leadership is KEY to Chelsea’, Blues goalkeeper Asmir Begovic tells talkSPORT

Willian set to miss Chelsea’s Premier League clash with Leicester after being granted compassionate leave

AZ Alkmaar chief insists Vincent Janssen is worth £17million and backs him to succeed at Tottenham

Manchester United news: Fans back Wayne Rooney, demanding more respect for a ‘club legend’

OFFICIAL: Mike Phelan lands Hull City job after weeks of waiting

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