Paper Talk: Like father, like son for Utd?

Man Utd could swoop for Kasper Schmeichel, son of club legend Peter, Arsenal want Matthias Ginter and Liverpool are chasing a Costa Rican star.

Last Updated: 19/03/14 at 06:53 Post Comment

Kasper Schmeichel: Opened the door to United move

Kasper Schmeichel: Opened the door to United move

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DAILY MIRROR

Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel's agent has opened the door for a fairy-tale move to Manchester United - the club where his father Peter Schmeichel was a star keeper.

Bacary Sagna is set for make-or-break contract talks which will decide his Arsenal future. The Frenchman is out of contract this summer and Inter Milan, Monaco and Galatasaray are all keen.

Meanwhile, the Gunners are set to pip Manchester United in the race to sign highly-rated 20-year-old Freiburg central defender Matthias Ginter.

Southampton's French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin is considering switching allegiances to England. He qualifies under the five-year residency rule.

THE SUN

Atletico Madrid are plotting a bid for Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, 29, who left the Spanish club to join Liverpool in 2007.

Meanwhile, the Blues are considering offloading striker Romelu Lukaku when he returns from his loan spell at Everton

DAILY STAR

Manchester United could dash Arsenal's hopes of landing long-term target, 20-year-old Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler, by launching a £37m bid.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez could land Espanyol striker Sergio Garcia for for as little as £3m in the summer, when the 30-year-old enters the last year of his contract.

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in the Costa Rica keeper Keylor Navas.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City are still eyeing Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes as he prepares to leave the Nou Camp at the end of the season

Galatasaray and Inter Milan are interested in signing Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna if he fails to agree a new deal at the Emirates

Arsenal and Spurs lead a host of clubs tracking Charlton midfielder Diego Poyet, the 18-year-old son of Sunderland boss Gus.

DAILY EXPRESS

Spanish giants Real Madrid are the latest club to express an interest in 26-year-old Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.

Manchester United will have to bend the rules for Dutch striker Robin van Persie to be offered a lucrative new contract.

Brendan Rodgers is happy to put off talks on his Liverpool future until the summer.

MLS side LA Galaxy want Chelsea's Frank Lampard to follow in the footsteps of David Beckham and head to America.

Chelsea want to tie 21-year-old goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois - on loan at Atletico Madrid - to a new contract with his current deal expiring in 2016.

THE TIMES

Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood hinted at a summer clear out after saying he has too few world class players in his squad.

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