To the Papers! Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United, Liverpool and Newcastle feature in Paper talk and transfer news

Here is a roundup of all the headlines, news, gossip and transfer speculation from the National papers.

Legend Scholes has special message for Manchester United star Martial after deal gets signed! ICFOOTBALLNEWS

Spurs are preparing a £50m summer bid for Bournemouth midfield sensation David Brooks Daily Mirror

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he goes for a drink and a chat with Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson. Daily Mirror

Sorry Man United! Chelsea ready to offer £50 million and get Spurs Pochettino deal done and dusted! IcFootballnews

Arsenal are keeping tabs on Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot Daily Mirror

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley feels boss Rafa Benitez should now sign a new three-year ­contract after he delivered the Spaniard’s top January transfer target.

Game-changing Suarez? Arsenal sent transfer warning over new signing from Barcelona IcFootballnews

Ajax are fighting to keep Marc Overmars away from Arsenal after the Gunners stepped up their efforts Daily Star

Chelsea flop Tiemoue Bakayoko has revealed it would be a dream to stay at AC Milan. Daily Star

Chelsea could join the race with Manchester United and Real Madrid at tempting Mauricio Pochettino into quitting Tottenham Hotspur this summer. Sunday Express

Agent tells Chelsea top target Koulibaly will leave Napoli for £87.5 million IcFootballnews

Mesut Ozil’s £350,000-a-week contract at Arsenal, signed only 12 months ago, was a “panic” deal, according to Gunners great Ray Parlour. The Sun

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is considering homegrown pair Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Ben Chilwell The Sun


Liverpool legend Carragher has transfer message for Emery and Arsenal

Courtois wants £100 million Hazard Chelsea deal to happen as Neymar lined up

Gunners boss Unai Emery opens up on new Arsenal signing Suarez


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