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All the news and rumors transmitted from Tuesday’s newspapers…

the sun

Jordan Pickford has told Everton he wants to stay but the club is not ready to face the wage rise he is asking for.

Chelsea have verbally agreed to sign Joao Felix on loan from Atletico Madrid until the end of the season.

Manchester United remain confident of including Dutch striker Wout Weghorst on loan, despite Turkish club Besiktas insisting there is no agreement.

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Dharmesh Sheth and Café Solhikule discuss Manchester United’s potential loan move for Burnley’s Woweth Wighorst.


West Ham have taken a renewed approach to sign Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri with the hope of signing him on loan for the rest of the season.

Roberto Martinez, the new coach of Portugal, will speak with Cristiano Ronaldo in the coming days to ascertain whether the country’s all-time top scorer wants to continue playing international football.

Emma Raducano said she was recovering from injury “day after day” after a cautious training session that highlighted the race she faces to be fit to start next week’s Australian Open.

daily Mail

Chelsea’s owners remain convinced Graham Potter is the right man to lead them forward despite the team’s poor form.

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A club-by-club summary of all transfer news from across the Premier League.

Manchester United are continuing talks with Burnley about signing Woot Wieghorst until the end of the season, and the Netherlands striker has made it clear he wants a move to Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo and his family are staying in a hotel, one of the tallest buildings in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a monthly cost of more than 250,000 pounds per month.

The Daily Telegraph

Qatar has shown potential interest in taking a stake in Tottenham Hotspur after the country’s most influential sports chief met Daniel Levy. Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who is also the chairman of Paris Saint-Germain, held talks with the chief executive last week as the nation mulls ambitious investments after the World Cup.

Nottingham Forest have launched an £18m deal for Palmeiras midfielder Danilo.

FA Cup VAR matches have relied on significantly fewer camera angles than are available in the Premier League at the same venues. ITV only had 17 camera angles available for the Liverpool v Wolves match compared to the 30 at Premier League grounds Sky used.

An Iranian footballer who took part in protests against his country’s oppressive regime has been jailed for 16 years after escaping the death penalty.


Tottenham must pay the full £36.7m release fee for Pedro Boro if they are to return to the sporting full-back position in January.

Owen Farrell faces a suspension that could force him to miss the start of England’s Six Nations campaign after he was flagged for a dangerous tackle in Saracens’ last-gasp win over Gloucester on Friday.

daily expression

Chelsea ousted Manchester United and Arsenal by meeting Atletico Madrid’s demands to sign Joao Felix on loan this month.

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Chelsea are poised to be close to signing Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix, according to Sky Sports News chairman Café Solhicul.

Daily star

Nickname-chasing Arsenal have recruited ‘Tekkers Guru’ Hussain Issa to help their attacking players get forward.

daily mirror

Diogo Dalot has confirmed he wants to stay at Manchester United amid talks over a new contract.

Cody Jacobo may have joined Liverpool at the wrong time because Jurgen Klopp’s stint as manager is in danger of ending, according to former PSV boss Ad de Moss.

Daily log

An excited Michael Bell says he can’t wait to get his hands on the new Rangers recruits – but admits he’s not sure if he’ll wrap them up in time for Hampden.

Hearts have won the loan race for Australian wonderland Garang Cole at the Australian World Cup.

Lee Johnston insists the Hibs team earned the right to celebrate to stop the putrefaction a week after the slaughter.

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