Paper Talk: Arsenal, Tottenham want Man Utd defensive flop; Mourinho to splash out £98m on Inter ace

By | 17th September 2018

Arsenal and Tottenham are on alert after it emerged a Man Utd defender could quit the club in January, while Jose Mourinho is ready to spend £98m on an Inter Milan star, according to Monday’s newspapers.

 

ARSENAL, SPURS CONSIDERING MOVE FOR MAN UTD DEFENDER

Eric Bailly could be ready to quit Manchester United in January with Arsenal and Tottenham interested.

Bailly has been relegated to the substitutes’ bench this season, which has put both north London clubs on alert, according to a report in the Daily Mirror.

Two of United’s main Premier League rivals are reportedly watching developments closely and are keen on the Ivory Coast star.

The 24-year-old, who joined United for £30m in 2016, appears to have become a scapegoat for the team’s defensive frailties in the early stages of the new season and was dropped after putting in a nightmare display in the defeat at Brighton last month.

While other players were forgiven for the shocker on the south coast, Bailly was left out of the squad completely against Tottenham and has been used as a late sub in the wins over Burnley and Watford.

The report goes on to state that Mourinho’s actions could leave Bailly with a decision to make on his future, despite being regarded as one of United’s best defenders.

There would be no shortage of interest and Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is known to be a big admirer from his managerial spell in Spain.

Arsenal could also look to strengthen their defence if Bailly does not get his place back and appears to be out of favour under Mourinho.

 

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AND THE REST

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is ready to fork out £98m to land Inter Milan captain Mauro Icardi (The Sun)

Jose Mourinho has been labelled “extraordinary” and backed to prove his doubters wrong at Manchester United by his former Inter Milan defender Maicon (Daily Mirror)

Harry Winks is ready to play through the pain barrier to ease Tottenham’s injury worries as they prepare to face Inter Milan in the Champions League (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey asked manager Unai Emery to substitute him against Newcastle out of tiredness (The Sun)

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Harry Kane says he is not feeling fatigued despite going four games without a goal at Tottenham (The Sun)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Neymar and Kylian Mbappe have it easy at Paris Saint-Germain (The Sun)

Liverpool are winning the race to sign Italian wonderkid Nicolo Barella (Daily Star)

Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is hoping to return from injury in time for the Manchester derby on November 11 (Daily Star)

Manchester City, Tottenham,Barcelona and Juventus all want Paris St-Germain and France midfielder Adrien Rabiot (Daily Express)

Steve Bruce has called on the Aston Villa fans to give him time after they chanted for him to be sacked during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Blackburn (Daily Mail)

Leigh Griffiths has revealed how he felt like he had been ‘kicked in the teeth’ after being axed from Alex McLeish’s Scotland team (Daily Record)

Villarreal hitman Carlos Bacca insists Rangers will be severely weakened in their Europa League tie in Spain this week because international team-mate Alfredo Morelos is suspended (Daily Record)

Hearts’ on-loan defender Jimmy Dunne has urged fans to strap themselves in for a title challenge at Tynecastle this season (Daily Record)

Ryan Kent insists Rangers can make the knockout stages of the Europa League (Scottish Sun)

Hibs loan star Thomas Agyepong is hoping Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will take notice of him during his time in Scotland (Scottish Sun)

 

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