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Paper Talk: Man Utd going all out to land £50m Sessegnon

Manchester United are ready to make a £50m bid for Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon, while Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham all want a £20m PSV attacker, according to Sunday’s papers.




UNITED TO TEST FULHAM RESOLVE WITH HUGE SESSEGNON BID

Manchester United are reportedly ready to test Fulham’s resolve with a £50million offer for Ryan Sessegnon.

The England Under-21 winger, who can also play as a left-back, enjoyed an outstanding campaign with the Cottagers as they won promotion back to the Premier League after beating Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final.

The 18-year-old, who is also a major target for Tottenham, is regarded as one of the brightest young prospects in English football and his versatility is said to have impressed Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho.


For their part, Fulham insist that Sessegnon is going nowhere but United are hoping that they will be tempted into selling if they make an offer of £50m, according to the report in the Sun on Sunday.

Mourinho is on the look-out for at least two new full-backs and midfielders and the fact that Sessegnon can fill both roles would be hugely beneficial to United in the long term.



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AND THE REST
Jose Mourinho has put Paris Saint-Germain’s £75m star Marco Verratti on his list of targets (Sun on Sunday)

Bayern Munich will watch England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at the World Cup – as question marks grow over Manuel Neuer’s future (Sun on Sunday)


Valencia striker Rodrigo is open to a move to the Premier League and could interest Arsenal (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City held further talks with Leicester on Friday as they stepped up their efforts to sign Riyad Mahrez (Sun on Sunday)

West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore is a £10m target for Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace (Sun on Sunday)

Joe Hart has been left in a transfer limbo because of his £150,000 weekly wage at Manchester City, with Sporting Lisbon the latest club to pull out of a move for financial reasons (Sun on Sunday)

Everton’s new manager Marco Silva will make a move for Celta Vigo midfielder Daniel Wass, who is available for £5m because he has only one year left on his contract (Sun on Sunday)


Wolves are weighing up selling striker Benik Afobe to Stoke to take a quick profit on the player they only signed from Bournemouth last week (Sun on Sunday)

Cardiff are set to make a bid for Everton striker Oumar Niasse, looking at a year-long loan with obligation or option to buy (Sun on Sunday)

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is keen on a loan deal for Watford goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon (Sun on Sunday)

Middlesbrough want Switzerland striker Michael Frey in a £2m deal from FC Zurich (Sun on Sunday)

Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all hot on the trail of £20m-rated PSV Eindhoven striker Steven Bergwijn (Sunday Mirror)


Unai Emery wants to make Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi one of his first Arsenal signings this summer (Sunday Mirror)

New Everton boss Marco Silva has been told by Watford to forget about launching a bid for Richarlison (Sunday Mirror)

Leeds waited to sack Paul Heckingbottom to save themselves £500,000 in compensation – he would have been due £1m if dismissed before the start of June (Sunday Mirror)

Norwich and Swansea are keen on Liverpool’s Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester United are preparing to bring Gareth Bale back to the Premier League and combine the Wales international in a forward line with last season’s high-profile attacking signings, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez (Sunday Times)


West Ham will head the chase for Jack Wilshere if he leaves Arsenal (Daily Star Sunday)

John Terry could have banked a £4m bonus if Aston Villa had been promoted last weekend (Daily Star Sunday)



Anthony Martial is pushing Manchester United to indicate whether they want to keep him in the long-term (Daily Star Sunday)

Gareth Bale is prepared to keep Manchester United waiting for a decision on his future until he sees who is going to replace Zinedine Zidane in the hotseat at Real Madrid (Sunday Express)

Jurgen Klopp has emerged as the first choice of Real Madrid fans to be the successor to Zinedine Zidane as manager (Sunday Express)


Brighton are ready to increase their offer to Sunderland for winger Paddy McNair to £5m (Sunday Express)

Wayne Rooney’s move to MLS with DC United could be finalised on Monday (Sunday Express)

West Ham have issued a “hands-off” warning to Manchester United over their pursuit of Marko Arnautovic (Sunday People)

John Toshack is in the frame for a return to international management with Cameroon, being on a four-man shortlist for the job along with Lothar Matthaus (Sunday People)

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has made the loan signing of striker Dominic Solanke his number one priority (Scottish Sun)


Ally McCoist has emerged as a shock contender to be the new St Mirren boss (Scottish Sun)

Livingston want to speak to free agent Kenny Miller about their vacant manager’s position (Scottish Sun

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