Paper Talk: United learn Begovic fee

Manchester United have been told Asmir Begovic will cost them £15million this summer, while Jose Mourinho is close to a return to Chelsea.

Last Updated: 05/02/13 at 12:01 Post Comment   

Asmir Begovic: Rated at £15million by Potters

Asmir Begovic: Rated at £15million by Potters

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DAILY MIRROR

Stoke will hold out for £15m from Manchester United for 25-year-old goalkeeper Asmir Begovic this summer.

Spurs are worried striker Jermain Defoe could be out for up to two months with ankle ligament damage suffered in their win over West Brom yesterday.

Coventry boss Mark Robins is being lined up by Championship side Huddersfield Town to become their new manager.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho is ready to quit Real Madrid and return to Stamford Bridge to 'rescue' his beloved Chelsea.

Sunderland have joined West Brom in the race to sign Reading central defender Alex Pearce, 24, who has rejected a new deal and is a free agent in the summer.

Millwall want to re-sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane, 19, on a three-month loan deal.

Blackburn are expected to sign midfielder Lee Williamson and striker DJ Campbell this week.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea have made contact with Jose Mourinho about a potential return to Stamford Bridge as manager.

Blackburn are prepared to listen to offers for former England keeper Paul Robinson, 33, with Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest both interested.

Free agent Nigel Reo-Coker, 28, has rejected the chance to sign for MLS side Portland Timbers and hopes to join West Brom.

Norwich City striker Chris Martin, 24, is wanted on loan by Championship side Derby County.

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Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez's future at the club could be in doubt if the Blues fail to beat Wigan this weekend.

Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has defended the club's spending in the January transfer window and denied he acted recklessly.

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