Man Utd identify surprise £15m Juan Mata replacement

Manchester United are surrounding a move for Russia's World Cup notice kid, while new Everton manager Marco Silva has reserved his first marking, as per Friday's papers. 


Manchester United are allegedly finalizing in on a negotiations for Russia's World Cup notice kid Aleksandr Golovin.

Red Devils supervisor Jose Mourinho was in Innsbruck on Wednesday night, allegedly observing West Ham assailant Marko Arnautovic as Austria beat Russia 1-0 of every a neighborly.

In any case, a report in The Sun asserts that Mourinho was really looking at 22-year-old Golovin.

The CSKA Moscow midfielder is appraised at £15million and is being tipped to supplant Juan Mata at Old Trafford, as Mourinho hopes to patch up his focal midfield zone.

Mata is being tipped to proceed onward this mid year, alongside Anthony Martial and free specialist midfielder Marouane Fellaini, leaving Mourinho expecting to reinforce his squad.

Shaktar Donetsk's Brazilian midfielder Fred is required to finish a £35million change to Old Trafford however the report expresses that Mourinho would love to get Golovin on board as well.

The Russian whiz inspired when he confronted United in their Champions League amass last season and his esteem could rocket in the event that he sparkles in a home World Cup this mid year.

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Chelsea are arranging Zinedine Zidane to supplant Antonio Conte as supervisor (The Sun)

Liverpool are preparing themselves for a Real Madrid assault for Jurgen Klopp (The Sun)

Fred is set to finish a move to Old Trafford from Shakhtar Donetsk one week from now (The Sun)

Juventus have supposedly offered Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea in their endeavors to re-sign Alvaro Morata in a potential £150m swap bargain (The Sun)

New Everton supervisor Marco Silva could wind up costing Farhad Moshiri a unimaginable £30m (The Sun)

Silva needs to influence Portugal midfield to star William Carvalho his first marking (Daily Mirror)

Laurent Blanc is a prime contender for the Chelsea chief's activity with Avram Grant holding up in the wings (Daily Mail)

Genuine Madrid are prepared to offer another agreement to disrupted Gareth Bale in the midst of enthusiasm from Manchester United (Daily Mail)

Bayern Munich will tune in to offers for Jerome Boateng, Thiago Alcantara, Juan Bernat and Arturo Vidal (Daily Mail)

Diogo Dalot is to experience a Manchester United medicinal as the Porto full-back nears a £17.4m exchange to Old Trafford (Daily Mail)

Scotland manager Alex McLeish is 'energized' by the arrangement of Steven Gerrard at Rangers (Daily Mail)

New Derby manager Frank Lampard has declined to preclude a move for John Terry (Daily Express)

Manchester United target Thomas Meunier has expressed he is glad at PSG, in spite of gossipy tidbits connecting him to Old Trafford (Daily Express)

Roman Abramovich would need £1.17billion back in the event that he chooses to offer Chelsea (The Times)

Tottenham will request £42.5m in remuneration if Real Madrid attempt to designate Mauricio Pochettino to succeed Zinedine Zidane (The Times)

Unai Emery's agreement at Arsenal contains a break condition that can be activated after two seasons, empowering the club to reject him multi year early (The Times)

Chelsea have disclosed to Maurizio Sarri they won't pay his Napoli discharge statement (The Guardian)

Newcastle have been connected with 26-year-old Sassuolo safeguard Gian Marco Ferrari, who spent keep going season on advance at Sampdoria (Newcastle Chronicle)

Marouane Fellaini will choose throughout the following 48 hours whether to leave Manchester United (The Times)

Manchester United are hoping to procure a first-group scout in France as the club proceeds with its redo of the exploring system (MEN)

Uruguayan agent Juan Satori is set to end up a minority investor at League One (Sunderland Echo)

John Hartson has risen as an early contender to supplant David Hopkin at Livingston (Daily Record)

Steven Gerrard is weighing up a stun move for out-of-agreement Scotland star Dylan McGeouch (Scottish Sun)


New Sunderland supervisor Jack Ross needs to be brought together with St Mirren title-winning legend Lewis Morgan (Scottish Sun)

John McGinn demands it will take "something unique" to bait him from Hibs (Scottish Sun)

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