Thu. Feb 22nd, 2024

The top stories and transfer rumours from Tuesday’s newspapers…

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United target Brian Brobbey has played down reports of a move to Old Trafford by confirming his intention to stay at Ajax in the January transfer window.

Arsenal midfielder Declan Rice is expected to be available for the visit to Nottingham Forest next week following his recent injury scare. There is further positive news with long-term absentee Jurrien Timber making pleasing progress towards his long-awaited return to full training.

West Ham are advancing in their move to land Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips on loan.

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Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson speaks about the Eagles’ transfer business during the January window but remained tight-lipped about the rumours surrounding Kalvin Phillips to Selhurst Park

Tottenham may have signed Radu Dragusin but that hasn’t prevented them from maintaining a watching brief on Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite.

AC Milan want to sign Newcastle striker Callum Wilson on a permanent deal this month.

Curtis Jones is in the running for a place in England’s next squad, having received rave reviews from U21 head coach Lee Carsley.

Watford have made a surprise move to try and bring striker Emmanuel Dennis back to the club from Nottingham Forest on loan.

Sheffield United have seen an initial loan offer for Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall knocked back.

Burnley have opened talks with French club Montpellier over a deal to sign left-sided defender Maxime Esteve.

Fulham have expressed interest in Krasnodar striker Jhon Cordoba and are in talks with Bobby Decordova-Reid over a new contract.

Liverpool midfielder Mateusz Musalowski could be on his way to Birmingham City on loan.

THE SUN

Manchester United have turned down an attempt from Inter Milan to land Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Wayne Rooney’s son Kai returned from injury to produce a dominant display for Manchester United’s Under-14s. He claimed to have scored twice and assisted a further pair in a 6-0 win over Leeds.

Celtic’s hopes of signing Liverpool defender Owen Beck this month appear to have been scuppered after he made his Premier League debut against Bournemouth.

Real Madrid are keen on Manchester City youngster Yan Couto, who has impressed in his two seasons on loan in Spain with City’s sister club Girona.

Brighton have completed their deal to sign talented Romania winger Adrian Mazilu and loaned him out to Vitesse Arnhem for the remainder of the season.

Clubs in the Premier League and Saudi Pro League are keeping tabs on Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, who could be made available this month.

DAILY STAR

Former Manchester United star Jesse Lingard has claimed he is “done” with partying and gossip.

DAILY MIRROR

West Ham have been told it would take an offer of at least £21m to land Genoa striker Albert Gudmundsson.

Liverpool are set to enter competition with Atletico Madrid for the signature of Genk midfielder Bilal El Khannouss.

Wolves defender Jonny Otto is in talks to join Greek side PAOK Salonika.

Aston Villa are pushing ahead with their bid to sign Middlesbrough’s Morgan Rogers and have asked their players to try and woo the youngster.

Marseille are interested in signing Arsenal full-back Nuno Tavares on loan, but any deal would require assistance from his current loan club Nottingham Forest.

DAILY EXPRESS

Reports in Germany have suggested Leon Goretzka is becoming increasingly disgruntled at being left out of Bayern Munich’s starting XI, potentially opening the door for an offer from long-time suitors Manchester United.

THE GUARDIAN

Newcastle’s Miguel Almiron is the subject of interest from Saudi Arabia’s Al Shabab. If the Riyadh club comes up with an attractive offer for a player who turns 30 next month it will leave Newcastle’s majority Saudi owners with a dilemma.

English football has no plans to upgrade protocols dealing with racist abuse, despite FIFA president Gianni Infantino calling for the forfeit of games by teams whose fans cause an abandonment because of racist behaviour.

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All Miguel Almiron’s Premier League goals so far this season, as a talk of a move to Saudi Arabia intensifies

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Eddie Howe may soon have to face up to the prospect that his Newcastle United team will need a major rebuild in the summer after Miguel Almiron became the latest big-name star to be targeted this month.

Newcastle could try to replace Almiron with Nottingham Forest’s Morgan Gibbs-White although that deal would be difficult to force through.

Ben Foakes is set to take over the wicketkeeping gloves from Jonny Bairstow when England open their Test series in India later this week. Bairstow is likely to be deployed as a specialist batsman, potentially coming in at No 5.

Domestic violence charges brought in the United States against Marcus Rashford’s brother Dane, who is a registered football agent, have been dropped according to his lawyer.

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Chelsea head coach Mauricio Pochettino says he has no updates on Armando Broja’s potential departure from the club and that incomings and outgoings are both ‘quiet’ at the moment

THE TIMES

Manchester City have been boosted by Erling Haaland’s return to training, but he is unlikely to feature in Friday’s FA Cup tie against Tottenham Hotspur.

Australia batsman Glenn Maxwell is under investigation by the country’s cricket board after an alcohol-related incident on a night out led to him being hospitalised.

Great Britain’s track and field stars will be the subject of a behind-the-scenes documentary on Channel 4 before the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.

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Former Bayern Munich captain Lothar Matthaus has questioned his former club’s transfer policy following their pursuit of Kieran Trippier and the arrival of Eric Dier

SCOTTISH SUN

Buckie Thistle have decided to make their home Highland League game against Banks ‘O’ Dee on Saturday free entry as a thank you to their supporters and the Moray coast town.

DAILY RECORD

A leading figure behind the European Super League says there are 20 rebel clubs willing to kick the project back into gear.

Storm Isha has delayed Mohamed Diomande’s arrival at Rangers as Philippe Clement closes in on his second winter signing.

Adam Rooney reckons Aberdeen face a fight on their hands to keep a hold of Bojan Miovski this month due to their lowly position in the league table.

Bournemouth striker Emiliano Marcondes has sealed a move to Hibs.

THE SCOTTISH DAILY MAIL

Ayr United have made an ambitious move to make Scott Brown their new manager.

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