Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, September 13: Arsenal and Liverpool stars set for new contracts, Man United’s squad row and MORE GOSSIP

13 Sep

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

Arsenal are ready to open talks with midfielder Mesut Ozil and forward Alexis Sanchez about extending their contracts at the Emirates Stadium. (Daily Express)

Meanwhile, Liverpool could reportedly offer England midfielder Adam Lallana a new contract after his impressive start to the season. (Daily Express)

Manchester United’s head of academy, and ex-midfielder, Nicky Butt, believes there is enough young talent at the club to produce the next ‘Class of 92’. (Manchester Evening News)

Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev says Manchester United and Chelsea “failed” Colombia striker Radamel Falcao, following his two unsuccessful loan spells in the Premier League. (Daily Mail)

Jose Mourinho reportedly allowed his Man United players to argue among themselves in the half-time dressing room during Saturday’s derby defeat by Manchester City(The Sun)

West Ham are concerned they spent too much on left-back Arthur Masuaku, who arrived from Greek side Olympiacos for £6.2million this summer. (Daily Mail)

West Brom manager Tony Pulis wants talks with the club’s new owners to clarify his future. A club takeover set to go through on Thursday, and Pulis is currently the favourite to be first sacked top flight boss this season. (Daily Telegraph)

And here are the latest headlines…​

Jose Mourinho must change or he won’t last long at Manchester United – Champions League-winning former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann

There is a rise in football hooliganism and West Ham must bring in paramilitary police, former criminologist tells talkSPORT

Arsenal and Chelsea-linked Ricardo Rodriguez says God wanted him to stay at Wolfsburg

Gunners enter race to sign 17-year-old Sunderland wonderkid Joel Asoro

Arsenal target Mauro Icardi set to sign new contract to stay at Inter Milan

Axel Witsel: Liverpool join Juventus and Everton in the race for Zenit St Petersburg midfielder

Liverpool and Tottenham lead the race to sign £15.2m-rated forward Lucas Alario

Sporting Lisbon president Bruno De Carvalho urges Cristiano Ronaldo to end career ‘at home’

Agent of Atalanta starlet Franck Kessie reveals summer move to Sunderland blocked by Premier League rules


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