Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, September 26: Man United get Griezmann boost, Rooney to see out Red Devils contract and MORE GOSSIP

26 Sep

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


Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is getting ready to see out his contract as a squad player after being dropped by manager Jose Mourinho. The England international has been strongly linked with a big-money move away from Old Trafford but he reportedly has no intention of acting on interest from MLS. (Daily Mirror)

Meanwhile, the Red Devils have been given a boost in their pursuit of Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, with the club now in with a better chance of signing the 25-year-old now he has left his agent.  (The Independent)

Man United’s treatment of Bastian Schweinsteiger is “not right for a player of his stature”, says his fellow Germany legend Lukas Podolski. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City and Chelsea are set to battle for the signing of 29-year-old Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci in January. (Daily Star)

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte turned the heat on his “spineless” Blues players at half-time of Saturday’s defeat at Arsenal. (Daily Telegraph)

Swansea’s American owners reportedly want Bob Bradley to be considered as the next manager, although Man United legend Ryan Giggs remains first choice. (The Sun)

Stoke City are considering bringing in former Hull boss Steve Bruce to replace Mark Hughes(Daily Express)

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