Paper Talk and Transfer Gossip 14.7.2016

  • Antonio Conte is confident Chelsea will complete the signing of N’Golo Kante within the next few days.
  • Furious Sunderland have told the FA to hurry up and make a decision over Sam Allardyce.
  • Arsenal are facing a potential crisis up front as Alexis Sanchez could miss the start of the season with an ankle injury picked up during Chile’s Copa America campaign.
  • Stoke are preparing a £17m bid for Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina.
  • Southampton are battling Everton and West Brom for Copa America star Arturo Mina.
  • Paul Pogba has agreed terms over a £100m move to Manchester United with Juventus legend Gianluca Zambrotta urging the Italian side to cash in.
  • Albania coach Gianni De Biasi has thrown his hat in the ring to be the new England boss and vowed to deliver success.
  • Manchester City are set to land Everton and England centre-back John Stones after a £53m bid.
  • Real Madrid turned down a £66m bid for Spanish striker Alvaro Morata last week.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo will have his injury treated by ‘placenta doctor’ Marijana Kovacevic, according to reports.
  • Everton will slap a world-record fee for a defender on John Stones’ head in a bid to deter Manchester City.
  • Antonio Conte was given a boost on his first day at Chelsea with £25m Santos striker Gabriel Barbosa confirming his ­interest in joining the Blues.
  • Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has saluted new signing Ahmed Musa and described the club’s new forward as an ‘airplane’.
  • Antonio Conte conducted his first training session at Chelsea on Wednesday and looked in fiery mood at Cobham with his players.
  • Manchester United winger Memphis Depay is interesting Barcelona according to reports.
  • Luke Shaw is hoping to make his first-team comeback for Manchester United in a friendly against Wigan on Saturday, almost 10 months to the day since the England left-back suffered a sickening broken leg.
  • Liverpool’s new goalkeeper, Loris Karius, says he sacrificed his Olympic dream to ensure he is Anfield’s No 1 on the first day of the Premier League season.

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