Transfer rumours and paper review – Sunday 10 July: Paul Pogba to Man United latest, plus Arsenal to lose academy graduate?

Will they/ won’t they? That’s what Man United fans and every other football fan wants to know about Paul Pogba and the Red Devils. Here, talkSPORT has the latest on that potential transfer and all the other best ones.


Man United have agreed to pay Paul Pogba £11m a year and are ready to make a £100m offer to Juventus for the 23-year-old midfielder. (AS)

Almost a quarter of the United will pay for the France international will go to Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola(Sunday Times)

Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho will sell up to eight players to finance the Pogba transfer, with Marcos Rojo, Morgan Schneiderlin and Bastian Schweinsteiger among those at risk. (Sun on Sunday)

Mourinho will also offload Juan Mata for £20m to free up funds. (Sunday Express)

Mata could go to Juventus as part of the deal to bring Pogba to Old Trafford. (Sunday People)


Joe Hart could be on his way out of Man City with manager Pep Guardiola keen to complete a £20m deal for Barcelona’s 24-year-old goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen. (Sunday Times)

Jose Mourinho is still interested in taking Pogba’s France team-mate, Blaise Matuidi to United. (ESPN)

Man United have sacked head of youth player recruitment Derek Langley, who had been with the Red Devils for 16 years. (Mail on Sunday)

In Spain, it is being reported that Chelsea’s opening offer for Real Madrid’s striker Alavaro Morata has been rejected, with the Liga club keen to hold on to the player. (Marca)

Everton hope to beat Chelsea to the signing of Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly by offering £40m for the 25-year-old Senegal international. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

Bruno Peres will cost Manchester City £17m as Pep Guardiola chases the Torino full-back as well as Everton’s John Stones and Leonardo Bonucci of Juventus to strengthen his defence. (Mail on Sunday)

Guardiola will NOT look to sell City’s Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure this summer. (Sunday Mirror)

However, Toure has been offered a £500,000-a-week deal to leave City and play in the Chinese Super League. (Star on Sunday)

Saido Berahino will reject a new contract offer from West Bromwich Albion with Premier League rivals Stoke City and Watford interested in the 22-year-old. (Sunday Telegraph)

West Ham have turned down a £10m bid from Lazio for their Ecuador striker Enner Valencia. (Sunday Express)

Newcastle are on the verge of signing 21-year-old Arsenal defender Isaac Hayden on a five-year deal. (Sky Sports)

Rafa Benitez also hopes to sign centre-back Grant Hanley from Championship rivals Blackburn. (Newcastle Chronicle)


The FA is intent on an English successor to Roy Hodgson as England manager with Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce and Bournemouth counterpart Eddie Howe the leading candidates for the job. (Sunday Telegraph)

The United States Soccer Federation will not stand in the way of Jurgen Klinsmann if the 51-year-old German coach, currently in charge of the US national side, is offered the position as England manager. (Sunday Mirror)

Dutchman Guus Hiddink, 69, is emerging as one of the stronger contenders for the England job and would be happy to school a young English coach such as Eddie Howe or Gareth Southgate to take over after the 2018 World Cup. (Mail on Sunday)


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