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daily telegraph
Liverpool have made an inquiry to sign Monaco’s Thomas Lemar for a club record fee of up to £55million, according to sources in France.
Southampton are adamant that club captain Virgil van Dijk will not be sold before the transfer window closes on Thursday despite interest from Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal.
daily star
Manchester United have offered £92m for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.
Barcelona want Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford to replace Luis Suarez.
daily mirror
Rafa Benitez has agreed to “shut up and get on with his job” after clear-the-air talks with Newcastle chiefs.
Manchester United defender Phil Jones is a doubt for England’s upcoming World Cup qualifying double-header against Malta and Slovakia.
Mark Noble said West Ham supporters had every right to show their anger at the team’s woeful start to the campaign.
Inter Milan are closing in on capturing £27m Lazio star Keita Balde.
the sun
Valencia have reached an agreement with Manchester United to bring in Andreas Pereira on loan, according to reports.
Manchester City have pipped Real Madrid and Bayern Munich to young Ghanaian winger Aminu Mohammed.
Fulham are trying to beat Middlesbrough to the signing of Brentford midfielder Jota.
daily mail
Jurgen Klopp insisted his shock to decision to drop Simon Mignolet was a one-off and his position as Liverpool’s number one is undiminished.
daily express
Miguel Britos’ Watford future is on the line following his red card shame after boss Marco Silva refused to back him.
the guardian
Frank de Boer’s future as Crystal Palace manager is in serious doubt after only three Premier League games in charge with the club’s hierarchy understood to be deeply unimpressed with the start he has made in English football and increasingly unconvinced he will be willing to adapt his approach and instigate a revival.
Paris Saint-Germain have reached a deal with Monaco to sign Kylian Mbappe on loan for one season with an option to sign the 18-year-old for £143m plus a series of add-ons that could see the transfer cost a total £175m.

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