Phil Jones asked to leave Man Utd dressing room to make way for new signings – Paper Talk – Sky Sports

  • September 17, 2022

Plus: Crystal Palace are readying a £20m bid for Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher in January, Gareth Southgate was in Italy to watch Tammy Abraham and Roma play Udinese, Newcastle will lodge an official complaint against VAR after a controversial weekend
Monday 5 September 2022 07:19, UK
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s national newspapers…
Injury-prone Phil Jones has been kicked out of Manchester United’s training ground dressing room – to make space for Erik ten Hag’s new signings.
Crystal Palace are readying a £20m January transfer bid for Conor Gallagher if the England midfielder’s Chelsea dream is shattered.
Man City youngster Taylor Harwood-Bellis is wanted by Frank Lampard’s Everton as the Toffees plot a move for the on-loan Burnley centre-back.
West Ham failed with a £1m late loan transfer bid for Bayer Leverkusen defender Odilon Kossounou.
Wayne and Coleen Rooney have raked in £3.75m from the sale of their five-bedroom Cheshire mansion dubbed “Wayne’s World.”
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Manchester United’s wage bill has soared to £385m despite their worst season in over 30 years… and they have been surpassed by arch-rivals Liverpool in revenue for the first time in Premier League history.
Nuno Tavares has hit out at Arsenal and says he wanted his French loan move to Marseille to include an option to buy, as he questioned the game time he would have been given at the Emirates.
David Moyes and Declan Rice will not be punished by the FA for comments about Andy Madley’s decision to rule out Maxwel Cornet’s late goal for West Ham against Chelsea.
Leicester are set to reveal estimated annual losses of £119.5m – the highest in the Premier League – after signing just one player this summer and selling £70m Wesley Fofana to Chelsea.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has demanded an inquest following Yuki Tsunoda’s bizarre retirement from the Dutch Grand Prix which wrecked Lewis Hamilton’s best route to possible victory.
The Glazer family have placed a £3.75bn price tag on Manchester United which might not put off interest from Dubai or Britain’s richest man Jim Ratcliffe.
Liverpool wanted to sign Chelsea loanee Denis Zakaria from Juventus according to reports in Italy before eventually settling for his Serie A team-mate Arthur Melo.
Leeds United are progressing with their quest to redevelop Elland Road with the aim of a capacity of 55,000 and a massive boost to the club’s revenues.
Former Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade is leading a £500m lawsuit over the use of sports stars’ performance data by bookmakers and other organisations including gaming companies.
Hull City could face disciplinary action from the Football Association over allegations Sheffield United defender Ky Gordon was racially abused by a home fan when warming up on the touchline.
England manager Gareth Southgate was in attendance at the Dacia Arena for the Serie A clash between Udinese and Roma to watch Chris Smalling and Tammy Abraham.
Ange Postecoglou says his Celtic side will not sit back when they host Champions League holders Real Madrid.
New York Red Bulls’ Dru Yearwood was shown a red card after hurting a fan with a kick into the stands.
Goalkeeper Connor Maseko was sent off for urinating in a hedge during an English FA Cup first-round qualifying match on Saturday.
Bayern Munich are keeping a close eye on Harry Kane’s contractual situation at Tottenham according to reports in Germany, with a potential offer for the England captain coming next summer.
Chelsea will take another look at AC Milan forward Rafael Leao in January, but the Serie A club are insisting on his £130m release clause being met before they do business.
Carlos Sainz fumes after being slapped with Dutch GP penalty for “saving someone’s life”
Arsenal reportedly had a £26m offer for former Manchester City forward Ferran Torres rejected in the closing days of the summer transfer window.
Newcastle will lodge an official VAR complaint as the Premier League continues to demand answers after a controversial weekend.
Former Burnley striker Wout Weghorst was drop-kicked by a pitch invader during an argument between players from his new side Besiktas and their Sunday opponents Ankaragucu. Besiktas ran out 3-2 winners with Dele Alli among the goalscorers.
The RFU is facing a legal challenge over its decision to ban transgender women from playing contact rugby, with action being taken by Julie Curtiss who was preparing to play for Hove RFC in the second-tier Women’s Championship South this season.
Blackfield & Langley joint-manager Conor McCarthy has defended his goalkeeper Connor Maseko, who was sent off in bizarre fashion for urinating in a bush while searching for a lost football during his side’s FA Cup first qualifying round clash with Shepton Mallet on Saturday.
Impressed Daley Blind has heaped praise on Rangers for providing Ajax with a ready-made star in Calvin Bassey.
David Turnbull has targeted the Celtic history books against Real Madrid and has issued a ‘play our own football’ pledge.
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