Latest Paper Talk
Saturday August 6
Mauro Icardi's agent is reportedly heading to London to discuss a possible Arsenal deal for the Inter forward.
Everton have emerged as shock rivals to Arsenal for the signature of Wolfsburg's Julian Draxler.
Jose Mourinho has launched a triple-whammy attack on Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp, as well as saying it will be difficult to "change the dynamics" at United after Louis van Gaal's reign.
Leicester's owner has spent £2million on new cars for the club's title-winning heroes.
Jurgen Klopp may have to send 19-year-old midfielder Allan Rodrigues de Souza on loan because he doesn't yet qualify for a UK work permit.
Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko may be off to Paris St-Germain for £35million.
Jose Mourinho has confirmed Bastian Schweinsteiger's Manchester United career is over.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis has been assured his job is safe by the club's new Chinese owners.
Everton have insisted star striker Romelu Lukaku is not for sale with Chelsea's public pursuit ruffling a few feathers.
Paul Pogba has been studying Manchester United performances from last season ahead of his move to Old Trafford.
Real Madrid have agreed to double manager Zinedine Zidane's wages to £90,000-a-week.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is craving a glorious start to the season against Manchester United, but he remains wary of 'champion' Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Bayern Munich are keen to to keep hold of Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, but will not be held ransom over any "crazy" wage demands.
Everton have ditched Tony Hibbert after 25 years with the Toffees legend saying: "'It's no longer the People's Club".
Former Manchester United defender Fabio could return to the Premier League with Middlesbrough targeting the Brazilian.
An unnamed Premier League club has made a £72million bid for Real Madrid and Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez, according to reports in Spain.
Arsenal legend Freddie Ljungberg is wanted by Arsene Wenger to replace Thierry Henry on their U18 coaching staff.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri believes his champions won't crumble like Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side did last season.
Jose Mourinho believes if he had been Manchester United manager earlier, the club could have beaten Bayern Munich to teenage midfielder Renato Sanches.