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  • Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is under serious consideration to become the next Arsenal manager.
  • Leicester want Eduardo Macia – the man who brought Fernando Torres to Liverpool – to become their next director of football.
  • Jack Wilshere has held talks with Arsene Wenger about signing a new Arsenal contract.
  • Branislav Ivanovic faces a fight for his Chelsea future with boss Antonio Conte plotting a defensive reshuffle.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has stunned his Manchester team-mates by turning up with his own personal physio.
daily mail
  • Manchester United fans have criticised Feyenoord after receiving a heavily reduced ticket allocation for the Europa League clash.
  • Marcus Rashford hopes his hat-trick for England Under-21s has given Sam Allardyce and Jose Mourinho a dilemma.
  • Chelsea new boys David Luiz and Marcos Alonso trained together for the first time on Tuesday ahead of Swansea away.
daily mirror
  • West Brom have approached Roy Hodgson over a return to replace under-fire manager Tony Pulis.
  • Crystal Palace face competition to sign free agent and former Arsenal star Mathieu Flamini.
  • Liverpool’s international stars returned to training on Tuesday ahead of the Premier League clash with Leicester.
  • Joe Hart is not as good as people thought he would be, says former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
  • Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi is poised to face Southampton after shaking off a hip injury.
daily star
  • Joe Allen believes his move away from Liverpool has boosted his form for Wales and Stoke.
  • Hull’s Michael Dawson is set for a shock return from injury earlier than expected.
daily telegraph
  • Tottenham are sweating over the fitness of Danny Rose after he played through the pain for England.
  • Luke Shaw is hoping to prove his fitness to Jose Mourinho so he can play in the Manchester derby.
daily express
  • Christian Benteke rejected a huge-money move to China to sign for Crystal Palace.
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