Erik ten Hag angry his plans to sign Declan Rice have suffered because of Man Utd takeover – Paper Talk

Erik ten Hag angry his plans to sign Declan Rice have suffered because of Man Utd takeover  – Paper Talk

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers…


Erik ten Hag is angry that his plans to sign Declan Rice are being foiled by Manchester United’s takeover saga.

Alexis Sanchez reportedly called Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta “begging” for a return to the Emirates.

Newcastle look ready to make a surprise bid for West Brom keeper Josh Griffiths.

Luton have turned to Blackburn’s Belgian keeper Thomas Kaminski – after snubbing the chance to sign promotion hero Ethan Horvath.

Arsenal are confident of wrapping up a £60m deal for Kai Havertz, despite late interest from Bayarn Munich.

Jude Bellingham has hired Lewis Maddison, Wembley’s player relations lead, to help look after things away from the pitch in Spain, after sealing a move to Real Madrid last week.


Arsenal are willing to cash in on Thomas Partey this summer as part of an overhaul of their midfield which is also expected to see Granit Xhaka leave the club.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has admitted his new midfield role could be his best way to become an England regular.


Harry Maguire has been warned he is facing a new threat to his England place by Gareth Southgate.

Arsenal are closing in on a deal for Chelsea striker Kai Havertz – but the fee is still a stumbling block.

Manchester City’s Champions League triumph means six-time Euro kings Liverpool will miss the proposed inaugural 32-team Club World Cup.

Newcastle have added Chelsea’s Spanish defender Marc Cucurella to their list of summer transfer targets as they plan for the Champions League.

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani is willing to welcome Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back to Manchester United if his takeover bid is successful.


Luke Shaw has joked has used England’s end-of-season camp as an opportunity to try and convince some of his international team-mates their futures at club level lie with Manchester United.

Luis Enrique is in advanced talks with PSG about taking over as their new manager.

Swansea are progressing with talks for Michael Duff to become their new manager.


Real Madrid’s proposed signing of Joselu from Espanyol will be an initial loan move with an option to buy.

Sunderland have confirmed they have signed Hemir Silva Semedo on a five-year contract from Benfica.


Arsenal have yet to submit their second bid for Declan Rice with West Ham waiting on their new-and-improved offer.

Chelsea will discuss the structure of a £30m deal for Villarreal forward Nicolas Jackson this week.

The Brazilian Football Association are reportedly confident Carlo Ancelotti will become their next permanent boss, with the organisation prepared to wait until next year for the Italian to leave Real Madrid.

Manchester United will make an improved £50m offer for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount.

Crystal Palace have stepped up their interest in Torino centre back Perr Schuurs.

The Premier League has blocked Chelsea’s shirt sponsorship deal with streaming service Paramount Plus.


Bayern Munich have rejected the previously agreed option Rangers had to land midfielder Milk Tillman, according to reports in Germany.

Rangers are set to face competition from a Serie A club in their hunt for Cyriel Dessers.

Liverpool’s young Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg has caught the eye of Jurgen Klopp’s old German club Mainz.

Brenden Rodgers in line to finally be confirmed as new Celtic boss on Monday.

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