Real Madrid's pursuit of Kylian Mbappe is set to start again next summer – Paper Talk – Sky Sports

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Plus: Chelsea offered Paris Saint-Germain football advisor Luis Campos; Liverpool attempted a late £86.5m swoop for Real Madrid star Federico Valverde; Preston issue a lifetime stadium ban to a supporter for a derogatory tweet about the Royal Family
Wednesday 14 September 2022 07:31, UK
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Wednesday’s national newspapers…
THE SUN
Real Madrid’s pursuit of Kylian Mbappe is set to start again next summer after full details of his Paris Saint-Germain contract emerged.
Barcelona star Gavi has already agreed to a new contract that includes a €1bn release clause, according to reports.
Chelsea are reportedly set to dive into the transfer market again this January.
Former Barcelona star Miralem Pjanic has hit out at the club after leaving for United Arab Emirates-based side Sharjah FC.
Chelsea offered Paris Saint-Germain football advisor Luis Campos a whopping £7m salary to move to Stamford Bridge and spearhead their next transfer spree, while Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants him to spearhead Manchester United’s future recruitment if he takes over the Old Trafford club.
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DAILY STAR
Liverpool attempted a late £86.5m swoop for Real Madrid star Federico Valverde before the transfer window slammed shut earlier this month.
Wrexham co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have both had potentially dangerous benign growths removed from their colons after Reynolds lost a bet that McElhenney would be able to learn any Welsh during their time at the National League side, with the loser having to broadcast a live colonoscopy, which McElhenney also grudgingly underwent.
DAILY MAIL
Jorginho has admitted that Chelsea’s players were at fault for Thomas Tuchel’s sacking as they prepare to embark on their new era under Graham Potter.
FIFA has summoned Byron Castillo to attend Thursday’s hearing of their Appeals Commission following revelations that the Ecuador international confessed to being born in Colombia in an official investigation four years ago.
Jose Mourinho has demanded more from Tammy Abraham despite the fact the 24-year-old scored Roma’s winner against Empoli on Monday night.
Liverpool’s most famous ball boy Oakley Cannonier has taken another step towards representing the Reds’ first team by scoring a hat-trick against Ajax for the under-19s in the UEFA Youth League.
Arsenal are reportedly confident they won’t have to forfeit their Europa League game against PSV following the game’s postponement after the death of Her Majesty The Queen.
Marcus Edwards is being tipped for a future in England’s senior setup after his starring role in Sporting Lisbon’s Champions League win over former side Tottenham.
Andy Carroll has turned down a move to play in Iran with Tractor SC and continues to instead look at other free agent signing options.
Andy Murray is not expecting to play for Great Britain at the Davis Cup in this week’s playoff round in Glasgow simply because of the strength of other options available to captain Leon Smith.
DAILY MIRROR
Bayern Munich supporters have taken aim at UEFA for their late decisions to significantly alter the arrangements of Champions League and Europa League fixtures following the death of The Queen.
Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has rejected claims that a compromise is being worked on with Barcelona over an end to the situation with Antoine Griezmann, who is yet to start a game this season because of a clause in their loan deal signed in 2021.
Cameron Percy says Open champion Cam Smith and Australian compatriot Marc Leishman are no longer answering his phone calls after he inadvertently broke the news that both players would be joining the rebel LIV Golf series.
THE GUARDIAN
Brighton will step up their efforts to recruit Graham Potter’s replacement as head coach in the coming days after assessing a shortlist of potential candidates that includes the Norwegian Kjetil Knutsen and the former Shakhtar Donetsk manager Roberto De Zerbi.
Preston North End have issued a lifetime stadium ban to a supporter for a derogatory tweet about the Royal Family.
THE TIMES
Senior figures at Women’s Super League clubs want football authorities to consider showing live games during the 3pm Saturday blackout window with the idea potentially being part of Karen Carney’s review into women’s football.
Lancashire have called for county umpires to be made more accountable after describing the two minor transgressions which have seen them docked six championship points as “unduly harsh”.
DAILY EXPRESS
Arsenal director Edu is stepping up his efforts to avoid losing three of his first-team stars by tying them down to new and improved contracts as a matter of priority, according to reports.
Sampdoria chairman Marco Lanna claims Harry Winks is determined to make a success of his loan spell in Serie A to prove Tottenham boss Antonio Conte wrong.
SCOTTISH SUN
Hibs striker Mykola Kukharevych is edging closer to a debut after finally arriving in Scotland.
Gus MacPherson is set to return to top-flight football as new Head of Football Operations at St Johnstone.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Steve Finn and Nick Knight have emerged as the leading contenders for the role of England national selector, which is being reintroduced.
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