Transfer rumours and paper review – Thursday, September 29: England to make Wenger approach, Ozil linked with Arsenal exit and MORE GOSSIP

29 Sep

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

Arsene Wenger is set to be approached by the FA, with a view to the 66-year-old taking over as the new England manager. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is hoping for a move back to Real Madrid, claim reports from Germany. (Bild)

However, the same newspaper also claim the playmaker has provisionally agreed a new contract with the Gunners, on the understanding that he will get Jack Wilshere’s No.10 shirt and that the club make more marquee signings. (Bild)

Arsenal and London rivals Chelsea are readying bids for Spanish striker Alvaro Morata if the 23-year-old asks to leave Real Madrid. (Don Balon)

Charlton are bracing themselves for January offers from Premier League big guns for 18-year-old defender Ezri Konsa, with Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool having all checked on the youngster. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have taken 16-year-old Brazilian defender/midfielder Matheus Marcosi on trial. (Daily Mail)

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Former Chelsea and Liverpool midfielder Raul Meireles set to join Serie A side Lazio

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Chelsea FC news: Five players Antonio Conte must sell to move the club forward

AC Milan ready to pounce for Simone Zaza amid rumours West Ham could cancel loan – Reports

Teen sensation goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to be offered new AC Milan deal amid Manchester United interest

Leicester and Liverpool blow! Leandro Paredes keen to stay with Roma despite Premier League interest


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