Transfer rumours and paper review – Saturday, February 11: Wenger’s Arsenal future ‘uncertain’, Chelsea star NOT joining Man United, Man City targeting Spurs defender?

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



Arsene Wenger is still yet to decide whether he will leave his post as Arsenal manager, with even the Frenchman’s closest colleagues unsure on his Gunners future. (The Independent)

Real Madrid could move for Manchester United’s David de Gea or Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois in the summer transfer window, with the Spanish club looking to offload current goalkeeper Keylor Navas. (The Sun)

Anthony Martial’s future at Man United is in doubt again, with manager Jose Mourinho unhappy with the out-of-favour striker’s response to recent clear-the-air talks. (The Sun)

Mourinho has insisted he WILL improve his squad in the summer, but will not make as many signings as in recent transfer windows. (ManUtd.com)

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has played down speculation linking Brazilian winger Willian with a move to Old Trafford. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City could try and sign Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker as a replacement for Bacary Sagna (Daily Telegraph), with the 33-year-old French defender linked with a move to West Ham in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Athletic Bilbao’s 22-year-old Spanish forward Inaki Williams has revealed he feels “very lucky” to be linked with a move to Liverpool. (Sportium)

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says he would “love” to sign Jack Wilshere permanently when the midfielder’s season-long loan from Arsenal ends, but admits he is yet to hold talks with the player. (Daily Mail)

Here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines:

Former Arsenal boss George Graham believes the ‘vulnerable’ Gunners are lacking a quality core but says any managerial change will be down to Arsene Wenger himself

Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has criticised Arsene Wenger’s decision to call for Arsenal fans to be ‘united’ like their White Hart Lane rivals

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has revealed to talkSPORT why he turned down the chance to buy Liverpool

Luis Muriel is poised to snub interest from Chelsea to join Inter Milan

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has denied claims Arsenal and West Ham target Alexandre Lacazette has asked to leave this summer

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte did not watch Juventus in action last week to check in on star striker Paulo Dybala

Bayern Munich look set to beat Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United to the signing of Bayer Leverkusen starlet Benjamin Henrichs

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