Football Paper Talk

A look at the football transfer gossip in Wednesday's national newspapers.

Last Updated: 25/06/14 at 08:57 Post Comment

Luis Suarez: Could face a two-year ban

Luis Suarez: Could face a two-year ban

THE SUN

Luis Suarez could be banned from all football for two years after the third biting incident of his career. The bite may now cost him £24million in wages and scupper a big-money move to Barcelona or Real Madrid.

Everton legend Alan Stubbs has quit Goodison Park to take the Hibernian boss job.

Adam Taggart has joined Fulham from A-League side Newcastle Jets for an undisclosed fee.

Leroy Fer has committed his future to relegated Norwich despite his new status of World Cup hero.

Stoke are in an £8million race for Livorno striker Paulinho.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool will hold crisis talks on Wednesday to discuss the future of Luis Suarez.

Mega-rich Paris Saint-Germain have stepped up their interest in Yaya Toure, who has widened his rift with Manchester City.

Manchester United expect to complete Ander Herrera's £29million transfer in the next 24 hours, making him their first signing under new boss Louis van Gaal.

Bafetimbi Gomis is signing a stunning record contract with Swansea - worth more than £16million.

DAILY STAR

Former Liverpool hero Dirk Kuyt believes controversial forward Luis Suarez will remain at Anfield next season despite interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Rio Ferdinand will take a 75 per cent pay cut to continue his career at QPR.

Barcelona have entered the race to sign Bayern Munich and Germany midfielder Toni Kroos.

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has sensationally revealed that he almost joined Barcelona before moving to the Etihad.

Louis van Gaal desperately wants to bring Arjen Robben to Manchester United according to Ajax youth coach Bryan Roy.

Real Scoiedad have clinched the full rights to Carlos Vela, bringing to an end Arsenal's attempts to re-sign the Mexican forward.

Arsenal are hoping to pip Liverpool and Manchester United to the signing of Barcelona winger Alexis Sanchez.

Manchester United are in advanced talks with Southampton for 18-year-old left back Luke Shaw.

Manchester City are set to win the race to sign Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala ahead of Chelsea and Manchester United.

DAILY MAIL

Atletico Madrid are maintaining an interest in Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo.

Ander Herrera is poised to become Louis van Gaal's first signing at Manchester United for the sum of £28.4million.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool will discuss the future of Luis Suarez today with the striker facing a maximum two-year ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.

Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal is desperate to sign former Chelsea winger Arjen Robben, according to former Dutch international Bryan Roy.

Ander Herrera will become Louis van Gaal's first signing as Manchester United manager in the next 24 hours.

Atletico Madrid are poised to scupper Sam Allardyce's capture of Michu.

Arsene Wenger must make the charmed decision on whether to sign Mario Balotelli or Alexis Sanchez this summer.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal have made an enquiry over signing Chile World Cup star Alexis Sanchez.

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