Luke Shaw Nears Old Trafford Exit Shaw fears he has no choice but to leave Manchester United in the summer after Jose Mourinho’s amazing ...
Shaw fears he has no choice but to leave Manchester United in the summer after Jose Mourinho’s amazing verbal attack at the weekend.
According to The Sun, the England left-back who made his name under Poch at Southampton is hoping for a reunion with the Argentine boss at Tottenham.
Spurs fears they will lose £50million-rated Danny Rose to Manchester City in the summer and have lined up Shaw to replace him.
Shaw last night arrived with the United squad at the Lowry Hotel ahead of this evening’s Premier League clash with at Everton at Old Trafford.
But despite the clear-the-air talks with the Special One yesterday, any peace truce will only be a temporary and fragile one until the end of the season.
Bony To Start Afresh In Lyon
Lyon have added Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony to their summer shopping list.
The 28-year-old has been deemed surplus to requirements by Pep Guardiola at the Etihad and he is currently on loan at Stoke City.
The Ivory Coast international is expected to secure a permanent move in the summer and several sides in China have already put forward lucrative proposals.
However, according to reports in France, Bony could have the chance to join Lyon instead.
The Ligue 1 club are fearful of losing star striker Alexandre Lacazette in the summer and are drawing up a list of replacements in the event that he leaves.
Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi is another player on their radar, but they have now added Bony as they prepare to scout a number of targets.
In Other News
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 35, has told the club they must show they are prepared to match his ambition if he is to stay at Old Trafford next season. (Daily Telegraph)
Meanwhile defender Luke Shaw, 21, wants to leave Old Trafford and move to Tottenham, where he would link up with his former Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino. (Sun)
Chelsea want to bring defender Andreas Christensen, 20, back to Stamford Bridge when his loan spell with Borussia Monchengladbach ends, despite the Bundesliga side being keen to sign him permanently. (Daily Express)
Blues boss Antonio Conte wants to add an Italian assistant manager to his backroom staff, but the club would prefer a British appointment. (Times - subscription required)
And Conte has added Southampton's Portugal international right-back Cedric Soares, 25, to his list of playing targets. (Evening Standard)
Everton's Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 23, has played down talk of a summer move away, saying: "I want to create history at the club." (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal are set to open contract negotiations with 25-year-old England midfielder Jack Wilshere, who is on loan at Bournemouth from the Gunners this season. (Daily Mirror)
Wilshere will seek assurances over his first-team opportunities before committing to a new deal at Emirates Stadium. (Daily Telegraph)
West Ham are prepared to make a £16m move for Liverpool midfielder Lazar Markovic, 23, who is currently on loan at Hull City. (Sun)
However, the Hammers' talks with winger Michail Antonio, 27, have stalled after he rejected their first offer. (Sky Sports)
Meanwhile West Ham are close to agreeing a £20m deal with communication giants Vodafone for naming rights to London Stadium
Manchester City are looking to bringing Valencia left-back Jose Luis Gaya, 21, to the club. Valencia want 26-year-old centre-back Eliaquim Mangala, who is already on loan with them, in return. (Daily Star)
City's hopes of signing French defender Theo Hernandez from Atletico Madrid look to have been dashed after Real Madrid stepped in with a £20m offer for the 19-year-old. (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid defender Pepe will turn down a move to the Chinese Super League in favour of staying in Europe. Manchester City and Paris St-Germain are keen on the 34-year-old. (Marca - in Spanish)
Tottenham want to sign 24-year-old French midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia and Colombian defender Jeison Murillo, also 24, from Inter Milan. (Tutto Mercato - in Italian)
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says one of the differences between his Premier League leaders and nearest challengers Tottenham is that "it is not a disaster" when Spurs lose. (Guardian)
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino says his players are more focused on the title race than they were last year, when they were distracted by Leicester's remarkable exploits. (Daily Express)
Craig Shakespeare says there will be no talks over his future as Leicester manager until the end of the season. (Leicester Mercury)
Pep Guardiola says all members of his Manchester City side are playing for their future. (Sun)
Arsene Wenger could not remember on Tuesday who had captained his Arsenal side in the second half of Sunday's 2-2 draw with Manchester City. (Daily Telegraph)