Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, July 11: Man United to table £100m Pogba bid, Benteke agrees Liverpool exit, Middlesbrough to make another big-name signing

11 Jul

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers and online…


Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce will be interviewed for the England manager’s job by the Football Association this week. (The Guardian)

Meanwhile, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has indicated he would like to manage the England team. (Bein Sports)

Manchester United will lodge a £100million bid for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba now that Euro 2016 is over. (Daily Mirror)

Jose Mourinho will look to trim his Man United squad by selling EIGHT PLAYERS this summer, including 23-year-old full-back Guillermo Varela and 22-year-old central defender Tyler Blackett. (The Sun)

Liverpool striker Christian Benteke has agreed personal terms with Crystal Palace. (Daily Mirror)

Middlesbrough are set to continue their all-star summer overhaul by landing former Manchester City forward Alvaro Negredo on loan from Valencia. (Goal)​

Georginio Wijnaldum will ask Newcastle to allow him to join Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Everton have joined the race to sign 24-year-old Sporting Lisbon defensive midfielder and Portugal international William Carvalho. (The Sun)

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