All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening (11/06/2018)
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Dele Alli is set to be the next Tottenham star to sign a new long-term contract after Harry Kane penned a six-year deal on Friday.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United scouts are not entirely convinced about Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld and are considering alternatives, according to a high-level source at the club.
Meanwhile, United have no plans to sign Juventus defender Alex Sandro this summer but are in the market for a new left-back if the right option becomes available. Jose Mourinho wants to sign a centre-back, left-back and back-up striker this summer but considers Ashley Young and Luke Shaw to be ‘OK’ options.
David de Gea insists he is not thinking about anything that can ‘divert you or upset you’ ahead of the World Cup after again being asked about his future.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he has no plans to ever return to manage Barcelona.
City can complete a deal for Jorginho ‘in the coming days’, according to Napoli club president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Roma goalkeeper Alisson says he is hopeful of having his long-term future resolved before the start of the World Cup.
Director of football Marcel Brands will hold talks with Everton’s recruitment team this week. One-on-one meetings have been set up at Finch Farm with Brands set to discuss potential transfer targets as well how the Blues’ scouting system has been operating.
Napoli and Real Sociedad are chasing Ayoze Perez – but the player wants to stay on Tyneside and tilt for the Spain squad under Rafa Benitez.
Newcastle United already have a queue of clubs interested in taking England Under-21 star Freddie Woodman on loan next season.
Former Newcastle United midfielder Vurnon Anita is set to leave Leeds United after just one-year in West Yorkshire.
Sunderland target Jason Naismith can leave Ross County if he makes it clear he wants to. That is the message from chairman Roy MacGregor who wants to sit down with the full-back to sort out where his future lies.
Jack Ross is hoping to make a transfer breakthrough this week – after admitting he is ‘quite far down the line’ with targets.
Nottingham Forest manager Aitor Karanka is desperate to boost his striking options at the City Ground and has reportedly made Peterborough’s highly-rated Jack Marriott his top target.
Kristian Pedersen’s move to Birmingham City appears to have taken a step closer now that his current club have signed his replacement.
Keith Wyness has launched legal action against Aston Villa, according to reports. The former CEO is suing Villa for constructive dismissal and that could cost the Championship club up to £6m.
West Brom continue to monitor Stuart Armstrong despite the club’s drop into the Championship, according to reports in Scotland.
Wolves are ready to move for Sparta Prague goalkeeper Florin Nita if their pursuit of Sporting Lisbon stopper Rui Patricio comes to a fruitless end.
Wolves are also keeping a keen eye on Standard Liege’s Edmilson Junior in this transfer window, according to reports in Belgium.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are interested in signing Sunderland midfielder Paddy McNair, according to reports.
EXPRESS AND STAR
West Brom are planning to pursue versatile forward Bobby Reid this summer after opening talks with Bristol City.
Wolves look set to sign striker Raul Jimenez on loan as they eye up a double swoop from Portugal. Jimenez could be the first of two signings this week with Portuguese goalkeeper Rui Patricio believed to have agreed a deal to join Wolves from Sporting.
Goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini is the latest player to leave Villa as the club’s hierarchy attempt to plot a course through their financial storm.