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Paper Talk: Mourinho sets ultimatum to £53m midfield target

Jose Mourinho has set a deadline for a major Manchester United midfield target to join the club, while a key Arsenal duo are set for talks with new boss Unai Emery, according to Thursday’s papers.




MOURINHO SETS DEADLINE FOR MIDFIELDER DEAL

Jose Mourinho has reportedly given top Manchester United midfield target Fred a deadline if he wants to join the club.

The Shakhtar Donetsk star has been tracked by United for some time, with Mourinho’s men moving ahead of rivals of Man City in the race to land the 25-year-old.

The Red Devils boss is keen to land at least one central midfielder this summer, given that Michael Carrick has retired and Marouane Fellaini’s long-term future at Old Trafford remains uncertain.


Recent reports have suggested that Fred is close to completing a £53million switch to United, but The Sun claims that Mourinho has told the club’s hierarchy that he wants the deal to be done by next week or not at all.

United, meanwhile, appear to have recruited a helping hand in their bid to land another midfield target – Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.



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AND THE REST
Chelsea are ready to enter into the £80m chase for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski (Daily Express)

Jack Butland’s desire to find a top-flight club next season has taken another blow by Stoke’s demand for around £30m for the England goalkeeper (Daily Express)


Jose Mourinho does not want Manchester United blowing his budget on £200m Gareth Bale (The Sun)

Jorginho could seal his move to Manchester City from Napoli after Italy’s Monday clash with Holland (The Sun)

Unai Emery is planning personal talks with Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere next week to convince both players to commit their futures to Arsenal (The Sun)


Arsene Wenger has begged Europe’s best to give him a “test” to cure his boredom (The Sun)

Manchester City are frustrated and baffled that nobody has been punished for the attack on their team bus at Anfield last month (The Sun)

Liverpool will intensify their efforts to bring Nabil Fekir to Anfield, as they attempt to strike a deal in the next 10 days (Daily Mirror)


Jurgen Klopp has been urged to give blundering keeper Loris Karius another chance at Liverpool by former Reds goalkeeper David James (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are set to sign Yacine Adli from Paris Saint-Germain (Daily Mirror)

Claude Puel has avoided the sack at Leicester and will stay on as the club’s manager next season (Daily Mail)

Everton could revive their interest in Crystal Palace’s Dutch defender Patrick Van Aanholt (Daily Mail)


Joe Hart is likely to reject the opportunity to resurrect his career in Portugal with Sporting Lisbon (Daily Mail)

John Terry has left Aston Villa without the club making an offer for him to extend his stay (Daily Mail)

The Football Association have given Tottenham more time to decide whether to renew their occupancy of Wembley amid fears that their new stadium will not be ready for the 2018-19 season (Daily Mail)

Ryan Fredericks is set to join West Ham despite winning promotion to the Premier League with Fulham (Daily Mail)


Frank Lampard has agreed to become the new Derby County manager (Daily Mail)

Gareth Bale spent around 20 minutes in the Liverpool dressing room after the Champions League final rather than with his Real Madrid team-mates (Daily Mail)

Liverpool face the threat of being forced to play a Champions League match behind closed doors next season with UEFA to determine on Thursday what punishment the Merseyside club will face over the attack on Manchester City’s team bus last month (Daily Telegraph)

Bayern Munich are adamant they will not sell Robert Lewandowski this summer despite the striker having told them he wants to leave (Daily Telegraph)


Newcastle have been offered the chance to sign Stoke City’s 28-year-old Welsh midfielder Joe Allen (Newcastle Chronicle)

Gareth Southgate’s attention to detail in his preparations for the World Cup has led him to request a referee from Asia to oversee the friendly against Costa Rica a week today (The Times)

Fulham might have to pay close to £20m to sign Newcastle’s Serb striker Aleksandar Mitrovic (Evening Standard)


Aston Villa may have to sell Jack Grealish to plug a £40m hole in their finances after their owner warned of changes following the failure to win promotion to the Premier League (The Times)

Manchester United are considering paying over the odds to ensure that they sign the Porto right-back Diogo Dalot today before any of their rivals bid for the highly rated 19-year-old (The Times)

Rangers flops Bruno Alves and Michael O’Halloran could be handed Ibrox exits – on the eve of Steven Gerrard’s arrival as boss (Scottish Sun)

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